Instead of posting here, why don't you get a hold of a lawyer and chew his behind out?
There are any # of lawyers who'd take up your case unless u r posting #$%$!
Make big money fast IMO
See the volume increase and many catalysts.
We have paid million into usaa and robles has scammed millions out of usaa
our poor daughter suffers day and night and only got 2k from robbles
If IAC is unable to finance their expenditures using ill-gotten gains, then IAC will be forced to cut investment in areas like other segments which will further reduce growth and apply pressure on their growth thesis. Like Babylon, IAC is at risk of losing three-quarters of its market cap overnight.
We anticipate that IAC's most-favored nation status as a Google partner will come under intense scrutiny once the true nature of IAC's business practices come to light. Shareholders may also want to consider the possibility of action taken by Hollywood movie studios against P2P programs like Ares and FrostWire and their financial backers such as IAC. While it would surely be difficult to enforce a judgment against the developers of FrostWire, the same could not be said for a US conglomerate like IAC that does business with file sharing programs and movie pirates. We see only two outcomes for IAC: either IAC is forced to shut down its illegal distribution partnerships, or IAC loses its Google deal entirely. In scenario one, IAC's revenue from search will drop from $1.6 billion to $1.36 billion. In scenario two, IAC loses its deal with Google entirely. There will also be knock-on effects from slowing cash flow that will affect other lines of business that are funded by their search division.
A customized "Movies" toolbar by Ask is included with iLivid, indicating that IAC knows very well where the traffic is coming from. To illustrate the scale of P2P toolbar distribution, we examined the P2P software Ares, which had almost 4 million downloads in October 2013, according to SourceForge. We noted during our investigation that IAC directly hosts the Ares installer on its server. If we assume, conservatively, that only 25% of downloaders accept the Ask toolbar, then Ares contributes at least 1 million Ask toolbars per month. If we further assume that Ares, BearShare, FrostWire, iLivid, and iMesh all average 1 million toolbar installs/month, then over 60 million toolbars/year are delivered through the channel. IAC also has deals with other partners who promote via pirate sites which we have not included in this analysis. One would think that these respected industry figures would be providing independent oversight of the company, but IAC is literally robbing Mickey Mouse to pay movie pirates. That is IAC's plan, as long as Google is willing to tolerate their creative toolbar distribution practices.
file sharing software. This is not an isolated incident. FrostWire is not the only P2P software that IAC is working with. IAC also has direct deals with Ares Galaxy, BearShare, and iMesh to distribute Ask toolbars. IAC may claim that BearShare and iMesh are "Legal" P2P programs with RIAA legal settlements behind them, but the same cannot be said for FrostWire and Ares, which are still rogue P2P programs. IAC can be thought of as the PayPal of piracy and essentially launders the profits from piracy with Google being the financial backer. These Google powered deals amount to IAC's "Organic" toolbar distribution through copyright infringing channels.
During our investigation, we also noticed the parallel distribution of IAC/InterActiveCorp's Ask toolbar through copyright infringing channels with products like iLivid, which buys so much traffic from questionable sites that they are top 500 website, and FrostWire, a popular program with millions of users.
IAC's search division makes about $400 million in revenue/quarter so this channel drives almost one-quarter of a billion dollars in revenue/year. IAC categorizes search revenue into two segments: application and website revenue. Given IAC Chairman Barry Diller's investment in Aereo, which is being sued by content creators for copying television programs without rights, it is perhaps not too surprising to see a track record building with IAC's permissive attitude toward other people's intellectual property.
Robles has taken USAA down a new "lower and cold-hearted" path--
The Mafia of "Generals" will come back to him in the long run....