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In February of 2003, Neil Shlomo Liebich, along with 17 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy to commit extortion.  Investigators believe that Liebich and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Fugitive
11.16.2023

In February of 2003, Yuval Perez, a/k/a "Israel", along with 7 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy, extortion, and making a false bill of lading.  Investigators believe that Perez and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Fugitive
11.16.2023

In February of 2003, Eyal Malul, a/k/a "Ben Levy", along with 7 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy, extortion, mail fraud, wire fraud, and conspiracy to commit money laundering.  Investigators believe that Malul and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Fugitive
11.16.2023

In February of 2003, Shai Oren, along with 6 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy to commit extortion and making a false bill of lading.  Investigators believe that Oren and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Fugitive
11.16.2023

In July of 2003, Edmond Ben-Ami, along with 6 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy, extortion, mail fraud, wire fraud, and conspiracy to commit money laundering.  Investigators believe that Ben-Ami and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Fugitive
11.16.2023

In July of 2003, Moshe Bachar a/k/a “Mike”, along with 6 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy, extortion, mail fraud, wire fraud, and conspiracy to commit money laundering.  Investigators believe that Bachar and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Fugitive
11.16.2023

In February of 2003, Choni Aloul a/k/a “Sean”, along with 19 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy, extortion and making a false bill of lading. Investigators believe that Aloul and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Fugitive
11.16.2023

In February of 2003, Guy Ashkenazi, along with 19 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy and extortion. Investigators believe that Ashkenazi and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Fugitive
11.16.2023

In February of 2003, Eddei Benita a/k/a “Eddy”, along with 19 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy and extortion.  Investigators believe that Benita and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Fugitive
11.16.2023

In February of 2003, Oshri Cohen a/k/a “Osheri”, along with 19 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy, extortion and making a false bill of lading.  Investigators believe that Cohen and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Fugitive
11.16.2023