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Rick Dane Moore & Associates

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Complaint Posted 5/11/2019
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Moore's website listed here had a big big lie that "if you called their office or they called you, you will be speaking to a licensed experienced attorney (and all of them had been through a divorce, in fact.). And that you would not be speaking with a paralegal or secretary and then have to tell your story again when you get a lawyer on the phone. Well the truth be told is that the people answering the phone at Moore's office were never attorneys, but Oklahoma University law Students participating in an unlicensed practice of law scheme. This is just one of the more recent "schemes" of Moore's, but not the latest. His schemes include more than one Not-For -Profit scheme, and one of his strategies is to get someone's property in his hands and then create the Not-For-Profit as a result of misappropriation of the property. I am not sure what the dates are for his acquiring junk gemstones and the use of them to defraud a bank, but the provider of the stones sent him a cease and desist letter. Moore of course had the junk gemstones in hand, and so he told the President of the Davis First National Bank that he has the $4.2 Million U.S.D. worth of gemstones that he would use as collateral on a $240,000 nominee loan. Well of course the loan defaulted, and the bank seized the collateral and had it appraised. It appraised at $350-1500 tops. You can find that the Department of Treasury knew of this and his $.6 billion U.S.D. precious metals mining scheme, but still they did not make the effort to protect the public, but strangely just as the IRS was revoking Moore's charitable 501(c) status, they discovered an ongoing nominee loan conspiracy at Davis First National Bank, exactly as was the legal advice given by Moore to benefit himself. W.A. "Dub" Moore (no relation) the bank president went to Federal Correctional Institute, and it is a serious question as to whether Rick Dane Moore was given an immunity deal as he provided the nominee loan advice that caused the investigations. Moore has been involved with so many shady deals that the ones described in IRS bulletin 201037039 (available online by searching) are clearly just the tip of the ice-burg. If you are already involved in a scam and are needing representation. Fraud is an addictive thing and Moore will gladly condescend for a nominal fee of everything he thinks he can get. I would highly recommend you find Rick Dane Moore and Associates, and get them to represent you. Then you can finally go to the proper authorities, explain your crime, and ask to have a reduced sentence if you testify to Rick Moore's agreement to knowingly hide your crime by fraud upon the court. Other than that, not recommended. Do your due diligence on his cases involving Barton Gleave, or Davis First National Bank before you have anything to do with these people. Be wary of the 15 minute consultation, that free consultation is a way for Moore to get clients, but that client will be your adversary who may even be a criminal. I know it's unethical, but who is going to do anything? Certainly not the Oklahoma Bar Association. Also don't be afraid to post any honest reports of your bad experiences with Rick Dane Moore Associates here or anywhere. If these are honest reviews, they are completely legal and it is illegal to retaliate for posting honest reviews under the FRCA.
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