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Friday, April 27, 2018

THE RIPPLE EFFECT: Enormous Impact Of Steven Ingersoll's Fraud, Corruption Reverberates In Bay City; Roy Bradley's Center Avenue Home Tax Forfeiture Foreclosure Action

MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY BITCH SLAPS STEVEN INGERSOLL WITH TAX LIEN, WHILE PATTING HIS REAR CHEEKS AND MAINTAINING FINANCIAL LIFE-SUPPORT FOR HIS BAY CITY ACADEMY: The Ripple Effect Reverberates In Bay City As Co-Defendant Roy Bradley's Center Avenue Home Slides Into Tax Forfeiture Foreclosure 


The teat giveth...and the teat taketh away, per the King James version of the Holy Bible.

According to a notice filed on March 13, 2018 in Bay County's Register of Deeds, the Michigan Treasury slapped a $31,798.47 state tax lien on the Center Avenue home owned by Steven and Deborah Ingersoll. 

Ingersoll's Traverse City home avoided a similar action, as the property is now owned by a trust registered in Deborah Ingersoll's name.
But Deborah Ingersoll didn't escape the slippery clutches of the Michigan Department of Treasury—the Bay City bed & breakfast she operates, the Historic Webster House, was hit with a lien on February 26, 2018 for $24,890.34 for delinquent Michigan use tax and sales tax.

In 2017, Roy Bradley was ordered to pay a $54,235.52 fine to the United States as a result of his criminal tax fraud conviction. The feds placed a lien on Bradley's home in that amount on June 12, 2017.

And on April 18, 2019, Roy Bradley's Center Avenue home officially slid into tax forfeiture foreclosure for failing to pay $3,844.07 in delinquent 2016 property taxes.

But don't cry for them, Argentina.

Ingersoll's Bay City Academy, currently operated by Brian Lynch's Mitten Education Management, has managed to pull in nearly $8.0 million from the Michigan Treasury since Ingersoll drove it into a nearly $1.5 million deficit in 2015. 

Now that's a real "Ripple" effect! 

1 comment:

  1. She'd make a great poster child for fraud, just like her husband. So many people can't believe that there wasn't enough evidence to convict her too.

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