Rooster....well said. The Unibomber was turned in by his brother. Both raised by the same parents.
October 30, 2013 at 1:50 p.m.
What about the toxic fumes from the toxic chemicals in the the toxic ponds that are now part of the toxic air everyone breaths?
October 15, 2013 at 2:03 a.m.
UselessShrimp....great post, very informative. You know who else posts informative comments....TAXEDOFF. The Vindy. ran an article a while back about deadbeat slumlords and TAXEDOFF left a comment. I enjoyed it so much I thought I would cut and paste it, you know just to share.
------------------------------------------------TAXEDOFF(118 comments)posted 2 years, 11 months ago
Ron Eiselstein is one of the biggest tax deadbeats in Mahoning County one check on the Mahoning County Clerk of Courts website. under his name shows hundreds of lawsuits and unpaid liens for taxes. This is the kind of scum that should not be allowed to own property in Youngstown
Ron Eiselstein has 50 records of lawsuits on the Mahoning County Clerk of Courts website, all but one in which he is the defendant. Many are judgements for money that remain open. He owes money to the city of Youngstown for demolition in the thousands according to the Clerk of Courts website.
He is also affiliated with Firepearl, which has 20 records listed, again as the defendant, and many are judgements for money that remain open.
Aside from numerous tax LIENS under his name. He also has many listed under this name Caraga Ltd.the following pages from the Ohio Secretary of State shows his name as the statutory agent.
Some back ground on Ron:
Aside from his shrimp farms scheme, which by the way he's looking for investors.
I realize Ron must be upset at me for exposing his facts. But they are, what they are, court records
VINDY ARTICLEYOUNGSTOWN — A magistrate rescheduled the sentencing date for a Youngstown man found guilty of a first-degree misdemeanor for cutting trees without the city's permission. Magistrate Anthony Sertick Jr. of Youngstown Municipal Court on Wednesday postponed the sentencing until next Wednesday for Ron Eiselstein, 46, of Fifth Avenue. Eiselstein pleaded no contest Nov. 27 to harvesting timber without a permit and was found guilty by Judge Robert A. Douglas Jr. Eiselstein cut trees on an East Side property in October with the owner's permission, but without a city permit to harvest timber.
Also Wednesday, Eiselstein was arraigned in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court on a fifth-degree felony theft charge. He is accused of cutting down trees without authorization in August from a Boardman property.
RON ALSO OWNS PROPERTY IN TRUMBULL COUNTY
Stay away from any project that he's involved in!!
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WOW! Now that's what I call an informative post. I'm guessing a tiny little short guy like yourself would be pretty popular in the joint because....well you know. Do you have any prison tattoos? Do you have to wear one of those ankle bracelets so they can keep track of you?
October 12, 2013 at 12:29 p.m.
UselessShrimp....some interesting reading from a past Vindy thread. I got such a kick out of comment 21 so much I thought I'd share it. Enjoy!
October 11, 2013 at 11:11 p.m.
walter....here is an article about a wheat farmer harvesting his field when he found an oil spill on his property the size of seven football fields after an underground pipeline on his land ruptured. Do you want wheat from those fields in the food chain?
October 11, 2013 at 3:37 p.m.
walter....if you're looking to buy a new home for your family are you going to buy one that has a rig, injection well, containment pond or pipeline in the back yard? Do you want your family drinking the well water on that property? Do you want your family eating produce or livestock raised on land with a rig, injection well, containment pond or pipeline on it?
October 11, 2013 at 12:39 p.m.
stateline....$3,500 a month is what it would cost me to rent the house I live in. Since I own it I only pay $450 a month in property tax and insurance before tax credits. My property tax is a little over $4,500 a year and my house insurance is $827.
If you want to know why my property tax is so low you can look of "California prop. 13".
If you take a reverse mortgage you make no payments on the principal of the loan or the interest until you sell or die. I have no intention of selling so I can make a part of my equity work for me as investments.
As far as if you believe me or not I couldn't care less. Believe what you want.
October 10, 2013 at 5:35 p.m.
stateline....I bought my house in 1984 for $165,000 and paid it off in twenty three years. If I put it on the market today I would receive multiple offers and would be accepting an offer in the neighborhood of 1 million in less than three weeks.
My property tax and insurance combined are around $450 per month and the property tax is deductible.
If I rented my home today it would be a minimum of $3,500 per month instead of the current $450 before deductions.
I can pull a ton of money out of my house using a reverse mortgage and use that money for another investment with no obligation to pay that money back until I sell my home which I have no intention of doing or until I die.
Please explain how my home is a liability because I'm missing something.
October 10, 2013 at 2:44 p.m.
UselessShrimp....The term "up side down" in the real estate market refers to property that has a loan on it that exceeds it's value.
I can pay a title company to do a title search that proves that there are no loans or leans on my home and I own it free and clear. I can pay an appraiser to determine the market value of my home.
You don't get to pick and choose which of my assets I use that proves my net worth.
As much as I enjoy watching you make a fool of your self, your obsession with me is actually getting kind of creepy.
You should just go back to trying to pass off that polluted ditch shrimp "Ron the UslessShrimp Farmer" or you could even go back to sneaking on other peoples property and cutting their trees down so you can sell it for firewood. Really, how desperate do you have to be to cut other peoples trees down and sell the wood? After reviewing your court records the answer would be pretty desperate.
October 6, 2013 at 9:24 p.m.
UselessShrimp....I would have a title company do the title search and an appraiser do the appraisal. What I'm not going to do is leave you a way out. You're a lowlife scammer and I'm not going to give you a back door where you can check out at the last minute. Put that money in the account and it will be the last time you see it.
Don't worry though, I'll throw you a bone. I'll have a party and invite 76, ABC and BigBen but I'll buy the party hats from you. That way you'll feel like you made a couple bucks.
October 3, 2013 at 9:13 p.m.