RedFlag, Allegation and/or Complaint against DANNY CLINTON FORT
Disclosure #1 for DANNY FORT
- Event Date: 4/10/2017
- Disclosure Type: Financial
- Disclosure Resolution: Final
- Disclosure Detail :: Type: Bankruptcy
- Disposition: Discharged
- Broker Comment: My prior filing for personal bankruptcy is a result of four major factors. First, I lost significant personal liquidity in the stock market declines of 2008-09. Second,in 2014 I lost approximately $1.5 million in market value of a major private equity investment as a result of the fraudulent activities of its CFO, who has since pled guilty to bank fraud and is serving time in a Federal facility. Third, in November 2016 a second major private equity investment filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy as a result of the inappropriate activities of its general manager over the course 12 to 18 months. This filing caused some of the company’s creditors to pursue claims against me personally because I was the largest shareholder. Fourth and finally the Department of Justice pursued needlessly aggressive and inappropriate collection activities against me regarding a tax judgment which I had attempted, through professional advisors, to settle over five years ago. DOJ never responded either to my advisors or to me. The DOJ efforts included garnishments, bank account holds, and endless documentation requests. An agreement with DOJ has now been reached.
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Originally reported on November 17, 2022 @ 8:59 pm