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This letter is available in pdf at: goo.gl/W8GB5f

The dialogue, communication, considerations are solving problems, discrepancies, inconsistencies and removing obstacles.

In that letter sent from the office of the President and CEO of Citigroup it was stated that Citigroup contingent situation in 2008 convincing the Government to shoulder Citigroup losses and injected new capital of $306 billion, making exceptions to all rules in place, to avoid hurting many people was a good program and that “…The infusion of capital through the TARP; however, does not allow us [Citigroup] to lend money to a loss.” I have provided scientific reasons and proofs with references to scientific articles and to over 40 articles published within the last six months, addressed to the general public (goo.gl/XtMkJc), that my work for the past 18 years without a salary, including working most weekends is a good program to avoid hurting many people justifying to respectfully asking Citigroup to consider making exceptions to all rules in place as the government did for Citigroup in 2008.

I have been trying to explain the value of my work and inventions beneficial to humanity in advancing science with the potential to save 16 million lives from premature cancer deaths in the next 30 years and reducing cancer deaths by over 50% thereafter with my breakthrough technology for an effective early detection in a table at goo.gl/4vEEW6 and how it compares to other approaches in another table goo.gl/FdAGvu.

 

I have listed some of the obstacles that I am facing in the letter to U.S. Senator John McCain and all cancer patients goo.gl/bTDJ81 such as destroying official documents of my proposal and correspondence at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), preventing to discuss my invention with any officer at DOE, etc.

 

Among others, one of the obstacles is also due to a lack of communication with Citigroup officers to address specific arguments. There have been instead over 800 phone calls from Citigroup to my cell and home phone, hundreds of emails and still the statement made by them in their letter dated March 28, 2017 has not been addressed.

 

In that letter sent from the office of the President and CEO of Citigroup it was stated that Citigroup contingent situation in 2008 convincing the Government to shoulder Citigroup losses and injected new capital of $306 billion, making exceptions to all rules in place, to avoid hurting many people was a good program and that “…The infusion of capital through the TARP; however, does not allow us [Citigroup] to lend money to a loss.”

 

I have provided scientific reasons and proofs with references to scientific articles and to over 40 articles published within the last six months, addressed to the general public (goo.gl/XtMkJc), that my work for the past 18 years without a salary, including working most weekends is a good program to avoid hurting many people justifying to respectfully asking Citigroup to consider making exceptions to all rules in place as the government did for Citigroup in 2008.

 

I also addressed the second statement in Citigroup’s letter that TARP does not allow Citigroup to lend money a loss, answering that I am not asking to lend money to a loss, because I paid all my services and goods charged to my credit card ending 9449 and I am just asking to reduce Citigroup profit in fees and interest on my account from $11,006 to $1,390 that I have already paid (goo.gl/AlWHvC).

 

Although Citigroup promised in several letters that they will address my concerns, they never did and gave this case to a collection agency. I received letters and I have been speaking a few times the Mr. Bradley Martinez form the United Collection Bureau, Inc. He gave me the deadline of October 6, 2017 at 7:00 pm ET to provide my reasons to dispute the charges of about $9,000 in Citibank fees and interest.

 

I provided 58 pages of explanation and call back Martinez on Tuesday, October 10, 2017 to learn about my case, asking him to inform me in advance before someone will show at the doorstep to take my computers, oscilloscopes, logic state analyzers, my table and chair, etc. to impede me to carry on my research.

 

He explained that my 58 pages were sent to the appropriate department at Citigroup and the case was back in their hands. He stated that United Collection Bureau Inc., does not have anymore my case and will not take any actions. If they will receive back this case from Citigroup he would contact me.

 

Although $9,000 may be irrelevant for Citigroup compared to the $306 billion they received from the government, it is important to me. I am using every dollar since many years to try to accelerate the transfer of my inventions and I feel unfair to cancer patient to give such high profit requested by Citigroup that I could use to advance the cause.

 

I have used most of my time and resources to inform the leaders in the world about my breakthrough invention to benefit humanity. If I would not have spent money for a Business Wire Press Release, the Director of MIT TLO who answered on behalf of MIT President Prof. Rafael Reif could not cite it in their response letter goo.gl/8oRkGc.

 

Reviewers, such as Alberto del Guerra, opposing my invention that makes cost-effective to build my 3D-CBS device (an advanced PET -Positron Emission Tomography) with 1.5m detector in length would continue to repeat what they stated in the year 2000 that we need only a PET with a 16 cm detector because the largest organ in our body is approximately 15 cm, and that the radiation dose to the patient is not important because a cancer patient is receiving anyway radiation during treatments.

 

After presenting my invention and discussing the value of my approach at IEEE-NSS-MIC-RTSD scientific conferences, now these statements are reversed and scientists who rejected my articles and my approach such as Joel Karp who was the general Chairman of the IEEE-NSS-MIC conference in 2002 and rejected all my articles (and many others in the following years), now is among the authors of the Explorer that are copying my ideas (although building devices such as the Explorer, less efficient and ten times more expensive). Although this is proving the validity of my ideas/approach/inventions, we are still far from providing their full benefits to humanity to achieve results of the table at goo.gl/4vEEW6.

 

Citigroup is making exception to the general rules in many other occasions such as for the credit cards Citi Simplicity and Citi Diamond. Instead of charging interest and fees is giving zero interests for the first 21 months on purchase and balance transfer, at zero annual fee.

 

I am confident that if this case is getting to the attention to Citigroup leaders listed below, there will be several of them who would consider the work that I have been doing for everyone, including them and for future generations valuable and would agree to make an exception in reducing their profit from my account from $11,006 to $1,390 that I have already paid (goo.gl/AlWHvC).

 

I will do my best to contact as many leaders as possible listed below at Citigroup, with the confidence that through the dialogue we could resolve this issue. However, because the communication is sometimes difficult, it would be beneficial to everyone if you could bring this case to the people in the list provided below that you might know or have a contact.

 

Please ask them to answer the question related to their statement in their letter dated March 28, 2017 that Citigroup contingent situation in 2008 convincing the Government to shoulder Citigroup losses and injected new capital of $306 billion, making exceptions to all rules in place, to avoid hurting many people was a good program and why in their opinion mine with the potential to save millions of lives is not. Also please point out that I am not asking Citigroup to lend me money at a loss, but to reduce their high profit in my compelling case,  “…The infusion of capital through the TARP; however, does not allow us [Citigroup] to lend money to a loss.”

 

Thank you,

 

Sincerely,

 

Dario Crosetto

President of the Crosetto Foundation for the Reduction of Cancer deaths

900 Hideaway Pl.

DeSoto, TX 75115

Email: crosettodario@gmail.com

 

List of Citigroup leaders:

 

Citigroup Board of Directors;

Michael Corbat, Chief Executive Officer, Citigroup; Ellen M. Costello, Former President, CEO, BMO Financial Corporation, and Former U.S. Country Head; Duncan P. Hennes, Co-Founder and Partner of Atrevida Partners, LLC; Peter Blair Henry, Dean, New York University, Stern School of Business; Franz B. Humer, Former Chairman, Roche Holding Ltd; Renée J. James, Operating Executive, The Carlyle Group; Gene McQuade, Former Chief Executive Officer, Citibank, N.A. and Vice Chairman, Citigroup Inc.; Michael E. O’Neill, Chairman, Citigroup Inc.; Gary M. Reiner, Operating Partner, General Atlantic LLC; Anthony M. Santomero, Former President, Federal Reserve, Bank of Philadelphia; Diana L. Taylor, Vice Chair, Solera Capital LLC; James S. Turley, Former Chairman and CEO, Ernst & Young; Deborah C. Wright, former Chairman of Carver Bancorp, Inc.; Ernesto Zedillo, Director, Center for the Study of Globalization and Professor in the Field of International Economics and Politics, Yale University; ;

 

Citigroup Operating Committee:

Francisco A. Aristeguieta, Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific; Stephen Bird, Chief Executive Officer, Global Consumer Banking; Don Callahan, Head of Operations & Technology Mark Carawan, Chief Compliance OfficerMichael Corbat, Chief Executive Officer, Citigroup; James C. Cowles, Chief Executive Officer, Europe, Middle East & Africa; Barbara Desoer, CEO, Citibank, N.A.; James A. Forese, President, Citigroup CEO, Institutional Clients Group; Jane Fraser, Chief Executive Officer, Latin America; John C. Gerspach, Chief Financial Officer, Citigroup; Bradford Hu, Chief Risk Officer; Jud Linville, Chief Executive Officer, Citi Cards; William J. Mills, Chief Executive Officer, North America; Michael Murray, Head of Human Resources; Edward Skyler, Executive Vice President, Global Public Affairs; Ernesto Torres Cantu, CEO of Citibanamex Francesco Vanni d’Archirafi, Chief Executive Officer, Citi Holdings; Rohan Weerasinghe, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Citigroup; Paco Ybarra,  Global Head of Markets and Securities Services

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