Tuesday, September 3, 2013

DJ Legend Apprehended for the Nonpayment of Child Support, and Released After Entering Into a Settlement and Making a Payment

For: Immediate Release

Bounty Hunters of Project Child Support Apprehend DJ Cheese, Who Entered Into a Consent Order, Made a Payment and was Released to Avoid Jail Time.

Tamela Nasim was referred to Project Child Support to assist in the collection of $60,963.13 in unpaid child support that she was owed by Robert E. Cheese, who is also known as Hip-Hop DJ Legend "DJ Cheese".  When Ms. Nasim contacted Project Child Support, she stated that she was receiving welfare and was unable to pay the subscription fee of only 13 payments of $30, plus a onetime fee of $10 to cover the document costs.  Coincidently, on the day Ms. Nasim contacted Project Child Support, a sponsor for Bounty Alert enabled her to receive Project Child Support's Collection Program at no cost.  After conducting an investigation to confirm Mr. Cheese’s address, and determine his ability to pay his child support obligation, Ms. Nasim was provided with additional investigative services, legal services, collection services and apprehension services.

Tamela Nasim's child support order was issued by the Superior Court of New Jersey in Somerset County, and being administered by the Somerset County Department of Probation.  Her child support order required DJ Cheese to only pay $85 per week, and he was issued a subsequent Order on March 7, 2012 to pay $20 per week against his more than $60,000 in unpaid child support arrears.  The weekly arrears payment plan issued in the subsequent Order, would have caused Ms. Nasim to wait more than 63 years and 6 months to receive all of her unpaid child support; assuming Mr. Cheese never missed another payment.  Since Ms. Nasim is currently 46 year old, she would have to live to a ripe old age of 110 before she could collect all of her unpaid child support.  Mr. Cheese is 47 years old, so he would have to continue working until he is 111 years old.

After obtaining a copy Mr. Cheese's arrest warrant issued on August 21, 2013 by the Superior Court of New Jersey for the nonpayment of child support, Bounty Alert contracted one of its more than 43 fugitive recovery agencies (bounty hunter agencies) to apprehend Mr. Cheese.  Since Mr. Cheese lives in Essex County New Jersey, it was unlikely the Somerset County Sheriff's Department would travel across two counties to apprehend him.  Noncustodial parents with arrest warrants relish in the comfort of knowing they typically will not be hunted down by law enforcement for the nonpayment of child support.  States do not benefit financially when a noncustodial parent pays their arrears, unless the custodial parent is receiving state assistance. As a result, the cost of enforcing the nonpayment of child support is becoming overwhelming.  According to the Office of Child Support Enforcement, unpaid child support exceeds $110 billion dollars in the United States, and $53 billion is absorbed by tax payers, which is almost 50%.  According to Ms. Nasim's statement of arrears, Mr. Cheese owes more than $10,000 of his arrears to the State of New Jersey for the state assistance Ms. Nasim receives.

Prior to being apprehended, Mr. Cheese was hospitalized for emergency surgery, where he received an appendectomy.  The surgery delayed the apprehension, because he was given the opportunity to recover.  On the night of August 28, 2013, Mr. Cheese had a welcome home party at his residence in Orange, New Jersey that was attended by numerous guests, and observed by a fugitive recovery surveillance team.  On the afternoon of Thursday, August 29, 2013, at approximately 3:30 PM, Mr. Cheese was apprehended by a team of fugitive recovery agents that consisted of a former agent for the FBI Fugitive Recovery Task Force, and a former United States Marine Corps Infantry Officer.  After Mr. Cheese was handcuffed, he told the agents that he had just returned from purchasing back-to-school clothes for his daughter, and that he recently made a child support payment.  Although the payment was confirmed, it was not enough to satisfy the warrant.  According to the fugitive recovery agents, Mr. Cheese was very cooperative and was very respectful.  As a result of his actions, his recent payment and having recently purchased clothes for his daughter, he was provided with the opportunity to enter into a settlement arrangement to avoid going to jail.  Both parents agreed to the terms negotiated by Project Child Support and executed a Consent Order.

Unlike the terms and provisions provided in a typical Child Support Enforcement Order, the Consent Order included enforceable terms that will cause an arrest warrant to be reissued if Mr. Cheese fails to comply with the payment terms of the Order.  Mr. Cheese is responsible for the payment of the fees, which he politely agreed to do.  The requirement of Mr. Cheese to pay the fees saves the State of New Jersey and tax payers the costs of enforcing Ms. Nasim's child support order.  The terms of the Consent Order have reduced the payments of arrears from 63 years and 6 months to 14 years and 6 months.  If Mr. Cheese did not agree to a Consent Order, he would have been taken to the Somerset County Jail, a Motion for an Enforcement Order would have been filed.  The Motion would have requested that Mr. Cheese be required to pay all of his arrears within 2 weeks.   Project Child Support has posted an Enforcement Order on its website that contains the terms the Court previously has granted to enforce the payment of arrears.  Mr. Cheese's wanted profile has been modified in Bounty Alert's Deadbeat to Released.  The Bounty Alert mobile phone and desktop applications enable users to receive deadbeat parent alerts, which contain the profiles of noncustodial parents with child support warrants.  Should Mr. Cheese fail to comply with the Consent Order, the arrest warrant will be reissued, he will be hunted down and immediately arrested by fugitive recovery agents. Also, Mr. Cheese is required to pay for his own apprehensions.  "Since Mr. Cheese was polite, cooperative, acted like a gentlemen, and had just purchased clothes for his daughter, Ms. Nasim agreed to allow his driver's license to be restored to enable Mr. Cheese to obtain more DJ opportunities", said Founder Kai D. Patterson.
Mr. Cheese just has to comply with the terms of the Consent Order, and he no longer has to worry about any enforcement actions, or being arrested.  Now he can focus on what he does best, which is being a DJ.  In 1986, Robert Cheese won the DMC DJ contest, and his YouTube Video confirms he is extremely talented.  His skills enable him to perform at night clubs, summer park jams, and concerts to generate substantial earnings.  The number of people that attended his welcome home party when he was released from his surgery, also confirms that he has a fan following.  He also has an interview posted on thefoundation.com, which is a website that contains profiles of Hip-Hop music legends.

Bounty Alert, and the Custodial Support Foundation were founded by Kai Patterson in honor of his late mother Brenda Patterson West, who raised Mr. Patterson as a single parent mother, without receiving child support.  Project Child Support was also founded by Mr. Patterson, and consists of an initiative between Bounty Alert and the Custodial Support Foundation.  It is an initiative provided by Bounty Alert and the Custodial Support Foundation.  Bounty Alert provides investigative, and apprehension services to assist custodial parents owed child support arrears.  The Custodial Support Foundation assists parents in acquiring discounted legal services to assist parents in obtaining Enforcement Orders, Consent Orders and obligation modifications.  "I founded Bounty Alert on the anniversary of my mother's birthday, which was on October 16, 2009, in honor of her and all parents who raise children in  America without receiving adequate child support", says Patterson.

Last year, Cablevision sponsored the Custodial Support Foundation's weekly talk show called "the Custodial Support Forum".  Several episodes were required and aired on Cablevision to teach parents how to deal with child support collection and payment problems.  Included are an Apprehension Episode that describes the effective use of bounty hunters to assist in the apprehension of noncustodial parents with arrest warrants. A Collection Episode, an Enforcement Order Episode and a Noncustodial Parent Assistance Episode were also produced and aired.
To date, forty eight (48) fugitive recovery agencies have been contracted by Bounty Alert to provide apprehension services for noncustodial parents with child support warrants, for the Project Child Support initiative.  Custodial parents who are owed arrears and where arrest warrants have already been issued, can receive expedited enforcement services by calling Project Child Support 24-Hour Call Center or by enrolling on the Project Child Support website.

Project Child Support at (855) 851-HELP or (855) 851-4357
or via e-mail at support@projectchildsupport.com

Thursday, May 16, 2013

C-Team Investigations Launches its Website With Project Child Support Services!

For Immediate Release
The licensed private investigators of C-Team Investigations,  have launched their new website to assist custodial and noncustodial parents with the services provided by Project Child Support.
Custodial and noncustodial parents can have the comforts of receiving the services of Project Child Support through the investigative and fugitive agency of C-Team Investigations, which are provided by Bounty Alert, and the Custodial Support Foundation.  Kai Patterson who is the CEO and President of Bounty Alert, Inc., as well as the Founder of the Custodial Support Foundation, worked with Karl Ryans and the partners of C-Team Investigations to establish the child support advocate initiative between the organizations.

Custodial Parents owed child support arrears may subscribe to Project Child Support's Collection Program on C-Team Investigation's Child Support Enforcement webpage.  C-Team Investigations appeared on the Project Child Support's Custodial Support Forum - Weekly Talk Show to discuss how they assist in the fugitive recovery efforts of apprehending noncustodial parents who owe arrears.  Custodial parents who wish to acquire the services provided by Project Child Support's Filing Program, as well as noncustodial parents who wish to subscribe to the services of the Amnesty Program may subscribe through the C-Team Investigations website.

"When arrest warrants are issued against noncustodial parents, and the custodial parents have subscribed to Project Child Support's Collection Program, I can count on C-Team Investigations providing apprehension services", says Kai Patterson.  "Many times we receive cases where noncustodial parents already have warrants issued for their apprehension, and I want to call C-Team Investigations before we get an enforcement order, but it's better that we wait", says Patterson.  The enforcement orders we obtain enables a noncustodial parent's assets to be seized at the time of apprehension, and liquidated if child support arrears are not paid within 30 days. 
Fugitive recovery agencies are paid $3,500 once the court grants the order to apprehend a noncustodial parent with a child support warrant, through the Project Child Support initiative.  A reward of $500 is offered to the general public, for assistance in the apprehension of the noncustodial parent with the arrest warrant.  Rewards are paid to individuals for assisting in the apprehension of the noncustodial parents who are posted in the Bounty Alert application.  Information to assist in an apprehension and payments can be provided anonymously, without a caller providing their name.  Bounty Alert has also launched a website formatted for iPhone and Android Smartphones. 

Requirements to Become an Advocate

Organizations that wish to assist in providing the services offered by Project Child Support, may subscribe to the Advocate Program.  Upon subscribing to the Advocate Program, completing an agreement and providing the required documents, Project Child Support will develop webpages to match the Advocate's website to enable subscribers to enroll in each program an Advocate desires to offer.  Organizations are required to only pay a onetime $100 processing fee, and a $10 document fee to become an Advocate.  Organizations are also required to provide proof of insurance, and must have a operating website that enables Project Child Support screens to be added to their website.  The screens added to an Advocate's website will send an e-mail to the organization with each transaction, to enable an organization to track that status of their accounts.  "We have modified our requirements to protect our clients by insuring Advocates provide proof of any licenses they are required to obtain to provide the services their organization's provides", say Patterson.  C-Team Investigation is an example of an Advocate that has met all of the requirements to provide all of the programs offered by Project Child Support. 

Project Child Support at (855) 851-HELP or (855) 851-4357
or via e-mail at support@projectchildsupport.com

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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Bounty Alert Launches an Online Deadbeat and Fugitive Apprehension Application for Smartphones, PC and Mac!

Free Wanted Deadbeat & Fugitive Mobile Phone
and Internet Application at BountyAlert.com

Breaking News:       
·         Deadbeat and Fugitive Database Search Tools
·         Setup Deadbeat and Fugitive Alerts for Up to 5 Regions
·         Free Smartphone Deadbeat & Fugitive Application
·         Special Formats for iPhones, Androids & Desktops
·         Automatically Formats to Smartphones or Desktops
·         No Downloads Required

Website: BountyAlert.com
No longer can noncustodial parents who owe child support arrears take comfort in knowing their arrest warrants are only being stored in police databases. 
To enable the general public to assist in the collection efforts of Project Child Support, Bounty Alert has launched a mobile phone website to compliment the Bounty Alert website.  The website currently determines if a user is accessing the site via a mobile phone or personal computer.  The mobile phone modules within Bounty Alert's website dynamically access application screens formatted for Android and iPhone users.  Bounty Alert's mobile phone and internet application was created to assist in the collection of over $110 billion dollars currently owed in child support arrears within the United States (See:   110 Billion Dollars Is Owed). 

Nearly half of that figure (49%) is paid by tax payers to support children on public assistance (See: Taxes Pay Half of Child Support Arrears).  Now the general public can receive deadbeat alerts, assess their profiles, and assist in their arrests.  Bounty Alert's application enables each user to setup up to five (5) regions, by zip codes and mile radiuses to receive text message and e-mail alerts.  Each alert contains a hyperlink to access the fugitive's profile, with pictures, last known address, and the police department to assist in their apprehension.  User who provide information to assist in the apprehension of deadbeats and fugitives whose profiles are displayed, can receive rewards provided by law enforcement agencies or the Custodial Support Foundation.

Project Child Support's Collection Program provides custodial parents who are owed arrears with investigative services to locate noncustodial parents, their assets and income (See: The Collection Program).  Program also provides legal services to enable custodial parents to obtain a child support order.  Once the order has been issued, collection services and apprehension services are also offered at no cost to custodial parents.  When custodial parents are granted Child Support Enforcement Orders, many times judges will require payment of the arrears within two weeks before issuing arrest warrants.  Any custodial parent who is owed child support or spousal support arrears can obtain Enforcement Order though the Collection Program.  Once an Enforcement Order is obtained by a custodial parent through the Collection Program, a noncustodial parent is provided with an opportunity to pay their arrears to prevent an arrest warrant from being issued and their profile from being listed in the Bounty Alert database.  To avoid the embarrassment of being listed in a application that is accessible to anyone with a wireless phone or computer, many noncustodial parents immediately pay their arrears.  Once their arrears are paid, their arrest warrants are discharged, but some noncustodial parents will only pay their arrears after being arrested and forced to pay through the penal system.   

Noncustodial parents with arrest warrants, suspended driver's licenses, revoked passports, and levies can subscribe to Project Child Support's Amnesty Program, which provide cost effective legal services, credit restoration services and free job placement services (See: The Amnesty Program).  Noncustodial parents may also receive legal services to obtain a downward modification of their child support obligation, if their circumstances have changes to prevent the payment of their obligation.  The Collection Program and Amnesty Program were created to assist in the payment of child support by helping both custodial and noncustodial parents.  "We are not just looking to provide services to apprehend noncustodial parents who owe arrears", said Kai Patterson, who is Project Child Support's Founder and Bounty Alert's CEO.  "We understand that sometimes it's necessary to assist in a noncustodial parent's arrest to prevent custodial parents from waiting years to collect their arrears, if ever", says Patterson.

Bounty Alert's 24-Hour Call Center enables the general public provide anonymous tips to assist in the apprehension of deadbeats and fugitives with arrest warrants.  Callers may choose to not provide their name, and will be notified via a text message and e-mail alert once the arrest has taken place.  Callers who provide information to assist in arrests can receive rewards paid at over 44,000 Western Union locations, once they are provided with a password to receive their reward.  Custodial parents who are owed arrears, and noncustodial parents who owe arrears can receive the services of Project Child Support by visiting the website at ProjectChildSupport.org.  Anyone who wishes to view deadbeat and fugitive profiles, or receive alerts can visit Bounty Alert's website at BountyAlert.com.

Media Contact Information:

Kai D. Patterson
CEO and President
Project Child Support, Inc.
James E. Dow.
Project Child Support

Project Child Support at (855) 851-HELP or (855) 851-4357
or via e-mail at support@projectchildsupport.com