Online Wine Auction House Owner Jailed For Embezzlement

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Hes going to pay for this for the rest of his life, Pharr said of the money owed. Krummenoehl filed for bankruptcy in May 2013, according to court records., also known as Bridgeview Enterprises LLC, had an office in San Francisco, according to court records. He used a warehouse on North Kelly Road in south Napa County, said Carl Chapman, supervising inspector for the Northern California Computer Crimes Task Force, a multi-county effort based at the Napa County Sheriffs Office. Chapman began investigating the case in May 2012 when a client reported never paid him more than $41,300 for sales and unsold wine. Other consignors said they were in the same situation. The companys operating expenses exceeded its profits from the beginning, Chapman wrote in a court filing. Former employees said Krummenoehl solely controlled all the money generated and made all the financial decisions, according to Chapman.
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It’s like a garage sale without the early wake-up call. Stanton says, “it’s a wonderful way of making a little extra cash.” Stay-at-home Mom Erica Dugger agrees, “You can sell just about anything.” We found cars, cribs, appliances and purses; Campers and cookers and clothing for all. You can choose your group. We found: Memphis Area Man Caves , Plus Size , and Pregnant , sale sites for virtually every town and community. Others offer free stuff. And it’s immediate gratification. Dugger says, “It’s just like a yard sale and people like to come in and make a deal.” This is how it works. You ask to join a group. An administrator will check out your Facebook profile and if you look legit, you’re in. Then you can start shopping or selling. Stanton says, “We get to look at their profile, we dig deep.
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