Tharpe Fraud
Donald R. Tharpe of Warrenton Virginia is attempting to do the same Insurance Fraud scheme as another collector recently did. As co-conspirators to defraud Insurance companies in a collectibles Fraud scheme . . . See my Federal lawsuit against Donald R. Tharpe for $10 million dollars. See Entire Federal Lawsuit Against Donald R. Tharpe - Pacer case # Read

Gary Hendershott has written Million Dollar checks to Donald Tharpe, with a total of over $8 million dollars + paid by Hendershott to Tharpe see the below checks. Last document is where Tharpe started borrowing money from me Oct. 6, 2014 until he ran me out of money. See Entire Federal Lawsuit Against Donald R. Tharpe - Pacer case # Read

Donald Tharpes Debts written in his own handwriting, he owed everyone including his High School sweet heart "Phyllis T. Scott" of Warrenton, VA who he borrowed $350,000 from. He fails to mention paying these 3 Virginia banks he owed $5 million dollars to Middleburg/Sona and Fauquier Bank who had liens on all of of his collection/sales.
Donald Tharpes list of assets, which he printed from his own computer where he proclaims $9 million in assets, including items that belonged to Robert Lang where he claims Lang owns nothing. Lang just sued Tharpe for Federal Rico and won a $4 million dollar judgement against for Fraud. Different sales contracts with Tharpe to his many different entities, many times I did not know who to make payment too. See Entire Federal Lawsuit Against Donald R. Tharpe - Pacer case # Read

Donald Tharpes dictated notes to me where I was trying to determine how much he owed and to who exactly. I never could determine how much he actually owed as he has Middleburg bank being owed 3.4 million on his home, but then a 2nd mortgage on his home from his cousin for $600,000 then Toll brothers has a judgement against his home for $5.8 million. Middleburg Bank finally foreclosed on his home at $2 million and lost money as did all the others.

Middleburg Bank also had Liens on everything in Tharpes collection which he failed to pay them - Middleburg Bank was cheated out of Millions of Dollars by Tharpeā€™s failure to pay them for the collectibles he borrowed money from Middleburg Bank for and then secretly selling them and pocketing the money for himself, without telling the Bank they lost $5 million or more on Tharpe and his many schemes.

See Entire Federal Lawsuit Against Donald R. Tharpe - Pacer case #
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Donald R. Tharpe list of some of the lawsuits that have been filed against him and his alias companies. See Entire Federal Lawsuit Against Donald R. Tharpe - Pacer case # Read

Donald Tharpes Bill of Sale of a car to me where he clearly states that it was Paid in Full by me on December 2014, and he also signed the Title to me and I paid tax to register in my company name. Tharpe now claims I did not buy the car from him. Tharpe was paid in full in for this car in 2014.

The last item I sold for Donald R. Tharpe was a Photograph of Mosby for $9,500 to a Civil War Museum, it was Lot 35 in my December 2014 catalog he was paid in April 2015 over 4 years ago and I have not done anymore business with him since then whatsoever. See Entire Federal Lawsuit Against Donald R. Tharpe - Pacer case #
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Donald Tharpes Inventory of odd collectibles he gave to me on consignment to sell for him August 5, 2014. Now 5 years latter he claimed he did not give me the supposed cardinals ring, it was only a religious ring Tharpe elaborating it to a cardinals ring, and it sold for $750 in 2014 and he was paid in full in 2014, now he claims it was worth $15,000. See Entire Federal Lawsuit Against Donald R. Tharpe - Pacer case # Read



Donald R. Tharpe- Federal RICO charges for Fraud, with a recent $4 million Dollar Judgment against him in Federal Court. The charges against Tharpe mirror my own charges that he did not have clear title in the items he was selling, that the bank owned and had Liens on everything Tharpe was selling and inturn keeping the money for himself and not paying Middleburg Bank or Sona Bank or Fauquier Bank. These Virginia banks lost over $5 million dollars of their depositors money because of Donald Tharpes fraudulant schemes. See Entire Federal Lawsuit Against Donald R. Tharpe - Pacer case # Read



Line Item list from the above complaint of Donald R. Tharpes scheme of $4 million dollars in 'Monetary Thefts' from the Lang Family of Wisconsin. See Entire Federal RICO Lawsuit Against Donald R. Tharpe - Pacer case # Read


Donald R. Tharpe - Fraud/Theft charges against Tharpe for taking the General Ulysses S. Grant uniform coat and then selling it for $1.6 million and not telling the co-owners, Tharpe has a $380,000 judgement against him for Theft of property from his business partners. See Entire Federal Lawsuit Against Donald R. Tharpe - Pacer case # Read





Donald R. Tharpe Stolen property from Brown University. Union General presentation sword Tharpe purchased for $35,000 and then tried to sell for $750,000. Until he was caught and Brown University replevined the sword from Tharpe. See Entire Federal Lawsuit Against Donald R. Tharpe - Pacer case # Read



Tharpe claims to Toll Bros that he has a Chinese Investor named Victor Xie wiring him $2 million dollars from China, which was a Fraudulent financial lie by Tharpe. Read Lang's recent lawsuit against Tharpe where Lang clearly states Victor Xie refused to even meet or discuss a loan to Tharpe and he wanted nothing to do with Donald R.Tharpe. Donald R. Tharpe Real Estate Fraud/Foreclosure default on $5.8 million dollar loan from Toll Brothers Real Estate Developers. See Entire Federal Lawsuit Against Donald R. Tharpe - Pacer case # Read





Donald R. Tharpe made over $10 million dollars from his Title 10 exchanges with the United States Army for their Military Museums in Carlisle Barracks, PA and their newest museum at Fort Belvoir, VA. Tharpe had shill appraisals done at grossly inflated values as much 5 to 10 times Fair Market Value which he traded for Military Surplus from Desert Storm from the US Army who valued their surplus at below market.

"The Huey UH-1 cost the US Government $20 million dollars fly away price each originally, and they currently now sell for $2 million dollars each in today's market. Tharpe traded the US Army out of 67 Huey Helicopters ( 67 x $2 million = $135 million dollars ) along with 839 US Army Trucks that sell for $10,000 each ( 839 x $10,000./ = $8 million dollars), versus Tharpes 84 military items that he had Cost Basis Value of less than $1 million.

Tharpe then sold these 67 Huey helicopters and 839 Military trucks for over $100 Million Dollars through his alias companies including Bala Cynwyd, Ltd. This is just one example of Tharpe's many transactions with the US Army". See Entire Federal Lawsuit Against Donald R. Tharpe - Pacer case #
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Tharpe Insurance Frauds - Tharpes failure to pay back a $400,000 loan to Greg Martin Auctions and then Tharpes additional attempt to fraudulently claim $1,162,800.00 in Insurance and not pay the $400,000.00 he owed Greg Martin this would of netted Tharpe over $1.5 million dollars (One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars) all in one transaction. Tharpe also fraudulently claimed $350,000.00 in Insurance on a shipment of swords from Butterfields Auction under exactly the same Insurance Fraud scheme. Donald R. Tharpe has made numerous Fraudulent Insurance Claims over the past decade from numerous dealers, auctions and Chubb Insurance. "Where Tharpe crafts inflated values; note his list of items on pages 7-11, in most cases he wanted 10 to 20 times the actual value of the items, Tharpe then crafts fraudulent damages and theft of these items at a false inflated value to commit Insurance Fraud." See Entire Federal Lawsuit Against Donald R. Tharpe - Pacer case # Read