Notice of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

bankruptcyA chapter 7 bankruptcy case concerning the debtor(s) listed below was filed on October 2, 2013:

Geraldine Grace Miller

Jecel Celedonia Maniscalco

What a surprise. Both of these worthless trashlickers have the same address listed, which conveniently maps to an A PLUS Storage facility.

Somehow I doubt these scumbags are living in storage. To object to this blatant end-run attempt around justice, I suggest reading this article: Objections to the Bankruptcy Discharge

In most Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases, most or all of the debtors’ debts are discharged (wiped out) at the end of the bankruptcy. But a creditor or the bankruptcy trustee can challenge the dischargeability of a particular debt in your bankruptcy case or challenge your entire bankruptcy discharge (meaning all of your debts). These challenges are called objections to discharge.

From Nondischargeable Debts in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Debts Not Dischargeable If a Creditor Successfully Objects
There are other types of debts not deemed automatically excepted from discharge. For these debts, creditors must ask the court to determine if they are dischargeable or not. The court will ordinarily require motions to be filed and hold a hearing when making its decision. If the creditor does not raise the issue of dischargeability or the creditor raises the issue but the court does not agree, these debts will be discharged.

These types of debts include:

  • credit card purchases for luxury goods owed to a single creditor and aggregating to more than $650 and incurred within 90 days of filing for bankruptcy (the creditor must present the facts to the court, if you prove that you intended to pay the charges back  or that the  goods aren’t “luxury” items then the debt will be discharged)
  • cash advances aggregating to more than $925 obtained by debtor within 70 days of filing for bankruptcy (again, if you can prove that you intended to pay this money back, then the debt will be discharged)
  • debts obtained by fraud or false pretenses, and
  • debts incurred as a result of willful and malicious injury to another or to the property of another.

For those of you who have posted on this website (and have most likely read the same letter by now), please file an objection to the discharge of the debt. Don’t make it easy for this ugly hag and her tennis-loving troll to skate.

Procedures for Objections to Discharge
In order to object to the discharge of one or all of your debts, the creditor or trustee must file a written objection with the bankruptcy court.

Any questions or information related to bankruptcy fraud or abuse should be addressed to:

Fraud Complaint Coordinator
Office of the United States Trustee
411 West Fourth Street, Suite 9041
Santa Ana, CA 92701

6 comments

  • Just found out that the scumbags are SISTERS!!! And are living in Newport Beach, Ca. Must be nice living there while they stole peoples monies.

  • If I might pick your brain for a moment here – do you believe those people who received credits from their credit card companies can still be considered creditors? Or does the credit card company now become the creditor? One victim on the ‘master list’ informed me that her lawyer told her that they were told they can no longer ‘object’ and that Fieselman told their lawyer there is absolutely nothing left to ‘get’ anyway. I had a tough night’s sleep after hearing that… can anyone else confirm that may be true? Thanks.

    • Bankruptcy laws are mind-numbing but it would make sense that if one was reimbursed by the credit card company, then one would no longer be considered a creditor. However, for those who were not fully reimbursed, such as myself, then an objection to the discharge makes sense. If nothing else, it helps establish further proof of conviction for the DA. I don’t expect to get any money back at this point, but feel morally compelled to object.

      • MRG,
        I agree wholeheartedly. Geri HAS our/credit card co. money. I sure hope the credit card companies are as interested in putting her behind bars as we are. My communication with the Clayton’s attorney in Utah give advice that ALL should file the objections regardless of c.c reimbursement for the purposes of showing her criminal intent here. I equally hope that those who were reimbursed will find the time to object as well… let’s not forget just how p_ssed off you all were when you found out what she had done to you. I, for one, will simply give any money I might get back to my c.c. co – if I see a credit reversal on my card that sticks.
        Anybody out there know exactly when she filed bankruptcy with Wholesale Discount Travel? I should have it somewhere here, and will search… but my 3 foot stack of papers looks daunting right now.

  • I can’t figure out if this is the same Geri Miller:

    Bankruptreport.com/ca/dana-point/miller-geri

  • You can only file bankruptcy every 8 years. It’s not her. If it is no discharge is allowed. I’m sure the attorney would not have filed a bankruptcy if one was recently submitted

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