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Mr. James Reynolds T. Sr.

Executive Director

The Breast Cancer Research Foundation

HQ Phone: (646) 497-2600

The Breast Cancer Research Foundation

60 East 56Th Street 8Th Floor

New York, New York 10022

United States

Company Description

Founded by Evelyn H. Lauder in 1993, the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) advances the world's most promising research to eradicate breast cancer. BCRF has raised more than $570 million to fuel discoveries in tumor biology, genetics, prevention, t... more

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The Breast Cancer Research Foundation

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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Cancer

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Brigham Young University

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The civil enforcement case with all ...

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The civil enforcement case with all 50 states plus the District of Columbia, and the FTC, targets Knoxville, Tennessee-based Cancer Fund of America Inc. (CFA), Dearborn, Michigan-based Cancer Support Services Inc. (CSS), and the president of both organizations, James Reynolds Sr., of Tennessee.

The settlement resolves allegations that the bogus charities and their leaders spent the overwhelming majority of donations for cancer patients on their operators, families, friends and fundraisers.
The case involves four fraudulent charities run by Reynolds and his family members that allegedly bilked more than $187 million from donors.


The civil enforcement case with all ...

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The civil enforcement case with all 50 states plus the District of Columbia, and the FTC, targets Knoxville, Tennessee-based Cancer Fund of America Inc. (CFA), Dearborn, Michigan-based Cancer Support Services Inc. (CSS), and the president of both organizations, James Reynolds Sr., of Tennessee.

The settlement resolves allegations that the bogus charities and their leaders spent the overwhelming majority of donations for cancer patients on their operators, families, friends and fundraisers.
The case involves four fraudulent charities run by Reynolds and his family members that allegedly bilked more than $187 million from donors.


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FILE - In this December 2009 file photo, James T. Reynolds Sr., president of the Cancer Fund of America, speaks in Knoxville, Tenn. Reynolds' two Tennessee-based cancer charities have been labeled "shams" by the Federal Trade Commission and have settled a massive fraud case by agreeing to a $75.8 million judgment and the dissolution of the businesses. The settlement with Reynolds, Cancer Fund of America and Cancer Support Services was filed Wednesday, March 30, 2016, in federal court in Arizona.(Adam Brimer/Knoxville News Sentinel, via AP, File) Photo: Adam Brimer, AP / Knoxville News Sentinel

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FILE - In this December 2009 file photo, James T. Reynolds Sr., president of the Cancer Fund of America, speaks in Knoxville, Tenn. Reynolds' two Tennessee-based cancer charities have been labeled "shams" by the Federal Trade Commission and have settled a massive fraud case by agreeing to a $75.8 million judgment and the dissolution of the businesses. The settlement with Reynolds, Cancer Fund of America and Cancer Support Services was filed Wednesday, March 30, 2016, in federal court in Arizona.(Adam Brimer/Knoxville News Sentinel, via AP, File)
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FILE - In this December 2009 file photo, James T. Reynolds Sr., president of the Cancer Fund of America, speaks in Knoxville, Tenn. Reynolds' two Tennessee-based cancer charities have been labeled "shams" by the Federal Trade Commission and have settled a massive fraud case by agreeing to a $75.8 million judgment and the dissolution of the businesses. The settlement with Reynolds, Cancer Fund of America and Cancer Support Services was filed Wednesday, March 30, 2016, in federal court in Arizona.(Adam Brimer/Knoxville News Sentinel, via AP, File) less FILE - In this December 2009 file photo, James T. Reynolds Sr., president of the Cancer Fund of America, speaks in Knoxville, Tenn. Reynolds' two Tennessee-based cancer charities have been labeled "shams" by ... more
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The complaint filed last year accused James T. Reynolds Sr. and others of spending donations meant for cancer patients on six-figure salaries and luxury vacations.
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According to court documents, Reynolds went on a spending spree after he was first advised of the complaint.
"Not only did he sell his house in the fall of 2014, in the months since he has run up tens of thousands of dollars of credit card debt and spent almost all his available cash. He has been on multiple cruises and traveled nationally and internationally, always paying the way for himself and companions. Cash withdrawals from his checking accounts and credit card purchases since January 2015 have exceeded $101,000, not including payments for rent, utilities, insurance, automobiles, boats, or tithes to religious institutions," court documents state.
The settlement with Reynolds and the two businesses was filed Wednesday in federal court in Arizona and must be signed by the judge before it takes effect.
According to the settlement, Reynolds' remaining assets to be sold include 50 collector beer steins, two 9 mm pistols, 15 framed art prints, five Remington statues and a pontoon boat. After Reynolds complies, the judgment against him will be suspended, provided his sworn financial statements are accurate.
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As part of the settlement, Reynolds is banned from profiting from any charity fundraising in the future.


FILE - In this December 2009 ...

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FILE - In this December 2009 file photo, James T. Reynolds Sr., president of the Cancer Fund of America, speaks in Knoxville, Tenn. Reynolds' two Tennessee-based cancer charities have been labeled "shams" by the Federal Trade Commission and have settled a massive fraud case by agreeing to a $75.8 million judgment and the dissolution of the businesses. The settlement with Reynolds, Cancer Fund of America and Cancer Support Services was filed Wednesday, March 30, 2016, in federal court in Arizona.(Adam Brimer/Knoxville News Sentinel, via AP, File) Photo: Adam Brimer, AP / Knoxville News Sentinel

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FILE - In this December 2009 file photo, James T. Reynolds Sr., president of the Cancer Fund of America, speaks in Knoxville, Tenn. Reynolds' two Tennessee-based cancer charities have been labeled "shams" by the Federal Trade Commission and have settled a massive fraud case by agreeing to a $75.8 million judgment and the dissolution of the businesses. The settlement with Reynolds, Cancer Fund of America and Cancer Support Services was filed Wednesday, March 30, 2016, in federal court in Arizona.(Adam Brimer/Knoxville News Sentinel, via AP, File)
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FILE - In this December 2009 file photo, James T. Reynolds Sr., president of the Cancer Fund of America, speaks in Knoxville, Tenn. Reynolds' two Tennessee-based cancer charities have been labeled "shams" by the Federal Trade Commission and have settled a massive fraud case by agreeing to a $75.8 million judgment and the dissolution of the businesses. The settlement with Reynolds, Cancer Fund of America and Cancer Support Services was filed Wednesday, March 30, 2016, in federal court in Arizona.(Adam Brimer/Knoxville News Sentinel, via AP, File) less FILE - In this December 2009 file photo, James T. Reynolds Sr., president of the Cancer Fund of America, speaks in Knoxville, Tenn. Reynolds' two Tennessee-based cancer charities have been labeled "shams" by ... more
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The complaint filed last year accused James T. Reynolds Sr. and others of spending donations meant for cancer patients on six-figure salaries and luxury vacations.
...
According to court documents, Reynolds went on a spending spree after he was first advised of the complaint.
"Not only did he sell his house in the fall of 2014, in the months since he has run up tens of thousands of dollars of credit card debt and spent almost all his available cash. He has been on multiple cruises and traveled nationally and internationally, always paying the way for himself and companions. Cash withdrawals from his checking accounts and credit card purchases since January 2015 have exceeded $101,000, not including payments for rent, utilities, insurance, automobiles, boats, or tithes to religious institutions," court documents state.
The settlement with Reynolds and the two businesses was filed Wednesday in federal court in Arizona and must be signed by the judge before it takes effect.
According to the settlement, Reynolds' remaining assets to be sold include 50 collector beer steins, two 9 mm pistols, 15 framed art prints, five Remington statues and a pontoon boat. After Reynolds complies, the judgment against him will be suspended, provided his sworn financial statements are accurate.
...
As part of the settlement, Reynolds is banned from profiting from any charity fundraising in the future.


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FILE - In this December 2009 file photo, James T. Reynolds Sr., president of the Cancer Fund of America, speaks in Knoxville, Tenn.

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FILE - In this December 2009 file photo, James T. Reynolds Sr., president of the Cancer Fund of America, speaks in Knoxville, Tenn.
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The complaint filed last year accused James T. Reynolds Sr. and others of spending donations meant for cancer patients on six-figure salaries and luxury vacations.
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The settlement with Reynolds and the two businesses was filed Wednesday in federal court in Arizona and must be signed by the judge before it takes effect.

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