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In return, TSG leadership secretly cut Falkowski into the deal, and made him their “silent partner” – agreeing to pay Falkowski a kickback of fifty percent (50%) on all royalty payments received from QVC, as well as for funds received from a separate deal related to product sold by a QVC competitor. ] You have a better deal [at QVC] than any other rep because of me solely.
After Falkowski was terminated by QVC, Falkowski allegedly sent a private email to TSG’s President and TSG’s General Counsel, stating: “Let’s be clear of a few things: [. [ ] we do not have any contract between us of our deal JUST [TSG President’s] word that we split things 50/50 always.
Falkowski also allegedly used a second QVC vendor, “SPEC Entertainment,” d/b/a “CS Global” (“SPEC”), to fraudulently alter invoices that SPEC submitted to QVC to hide the true costs of Falkowski’s expenses – including by reducing the cost of Falkowski’s luxury hotel charges on invoices submitted to QVC by tens of thousands of dollars, and by artificially inflating an event invoice to cover Falkowski’s personal vacation to the Turks and Caicos Islands.
Separately, the indictment alleges that Falkowski entered into fraudulent kickback arrangements with TSG and SPEC – both of which Falkowski caused QVC to hire, and both of whose relationships with QVC Falkowski controlled.
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We found the press release on the indictment, so we decided to publish it so you could see exacty what the D. Falkowski, a/k/a “Jamie Falkowski,” 42, of Buffalo, New York, was charged by indictment1, unsealed today, with eleven counts of wire fraud, eleven counts of mail fraud, and one count of conspiracy, announced Acting United States Attorney Louis D. According to the indictment, Falkowski – while working as a QVC Director responsible for enhancing QVC’s brand and reputation in the entertainment and fashion industries – engaged in a multi-layered fraud scheme that enabled him to live a luxury lifestyle through fraud.
Falkowski also entered into fraudulent kickback arrangements with two separate QVC vendors, who collectively paid Falkowski approximately 0,000 as his cut of the kickback arrangement.
Allegedly, Falkowski fraudulently abused QVC’s product requisition process to shower his friends and associates with at least tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of QVC products, all at QVC’s expense.
Falkowski did this by causing TSG to reimburse him directly for his personal expenses, but after paying Falkowski in the dollar amounts he commanded, TSG subsequently obtained reimbursement from QVC by issuing fraudulent invoices to QVC often written at Falkowski’s direction and, in certain instances, written by Falkowski himself.
Those fraudulent invoices, by design, did not reveal to QVC the true nature of Falkowski’s expenses.