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Complaint Review: Restaurant Solutions Group - Phoenix Arizona

Reported By:
Juan - Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Restaurant Solutions Group
4415 S 32nd Street Phoenix, 85040 Arizona, United States
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So John Hurban aka Marcus Bramhall is at it again. He organized new companies in Phoenix to keep doing business despite his troubles with the law. His latest venture is www.rsgarizona.com He is installing restaurant equipment without a contractor's license or bond. Thinking of buying his equipment? Check out his pending litigation:


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Hurban is being sued for $22000 for breach of contract. Hurban only sent 6 of the 9 ovens ordered, and the 6 were missing parts, motors, conveyors and other necessary components to function.

Another pending case:


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This is an active case accusing John Raymond Hurban aka Marcus Hurban of theft.

Corporate History:

2010 Shimmer LLC https://ecorp.azcc.gov/CommonHelper/GetFilingDocuments?barcode=03619757

2014 Parts Depot LLC https://ecorp.azcc.gov/CommonHelper/GetFilingDocuments?barcode=04500365

2016 Restaurant Solutions Group https://ecorp.azcc.gov/CommonHelper/GetFilingDocuments?barcode=05776531

Additional settled criminal history is now available online here:

The defendant, John Raymond Hurban a/k/a Marcus Bramhall was indicted on July 18, 2012, for allegedly making false statements in a passport application in 2008, using a fraudulent Social Security number to obtain a passport, and committing aggravated identity theft. (Doc. No. 9: Indictment).

The defendant was detained by a magistrate judge after a hearing on July 12, 2012. (Doc. No. 7: Order). At the hearing, the 1 government proffered that the defendant had lived under an assumed identity since 1988, often traveled internationally, and owned real estate in China. Defense counsel noted the assumed identity was not a vehicle for fraud and that the defendant operated a legitimate business that required international travel.

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The government provided sworn deposition testimony by the defendant in a civil case which contradicted some of counsel’s proffered information. The magistrate judge found that the defendant had lived under an assumed identity since 1988 and falsely claimed the identity was approved by the United States government.

According to the Complaint Affidavit, (Doc. No. 3), the defendant assumed the false identity after he was charged in 1988 in Tennessee with concealing stolen property and carrying a concealed weapon, demonstrating both the ability and willingness to avoid prosecution. 18 U.S.C. § 3142(g)(3).

Additionally, his alleged false statement to law enforcement in May 2012 that he was in the witness protection program weighs against the effectiveness of conditions to assure his appearance as required. His strong family ties in China and alleged use of false identity information increase the chances that he could successfully leave the United States.


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For instance, the evidence indicated that Defendant John Raymond Hurban a/k/a Marcus Bramhall broke into the place of business of his former wife and business partner (Plaintiff), stole her computer and credit card, and attempted to convert her funds to his own foreign bank account using the stolen credit card.


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