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Colossal Amusements Corporation

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Board Member

Rating: 5

Hi, I'm Frank Cromer, CEO of Colossal Amusements Corporation of Tucson, AZ. I just found out via this site that my listing with the IRS has lapsed. I contacted them immediately. I have moved twice since 2013 and always forwarded my address yet never received any IRS notification about renewing my corporate status.

I have been working as an Animator since 2008 and ALWAYS refer to my corporation as I was proud to have the first (501) (3) (c) TV/Film Production corporation in America. (I know this because my IRS agent Elsie Yee told me when I began a longer than normal application process (2 years plus) because she had nothing similar but a theatre non-profit to go by.

I am posting my IRS certification paper below and my résumé which includes all the work I have done under my corporate banner. I can be reached via my email heycromer@gmail.com if ANYONE has any questions about my non-profit. I intend to revive my IRS asap as Colossal is about to break big time with a nationwide PSA.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

I am fairly sure that this company is not legitimate. If you look on the website at the "IRS papers", you can see that there is no letter head. Everything I have ever received from the IRS has been on official looking letter head. Also, the man running it is in the middle of a civil suit in Delaware county Ohio. Go to the delaware county clerk website and review the dockets for the case. According to the suit, he got his mother to sign a survivorship deed with him on her house. And then when she went to a nursing home and Medicare said she would have to sell the house to qualify, he refused to sign the deed back over to her. So his family had to take him to court. The case is still open, and the poor women died! Doesn't sound very charitable to me.