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  • truthwantsout truthwantsout Aug 2, 2014 4:50 AM Flag

    CARNES SCAM REALITY

    Joe,

    You wrote:

    "But Carnes knew this...as his kid investigators surely learned (and was available on FAB's web page you just had to look...it's not like they were hiding the fact) those pre 2012 Kiosks were not the same as the ones that applied to the PROXY."

    The post containing the above quote is particularly illuminating to me, as I have wondered the last 9 months or so how dense could Carnes be not to understand from PRs and other publicly available information where the "missing" FAB kiosks were.

    But a light went off after I read your post, and especially the quote above.

    Carnes does know where the kiosks are. That's the scam of the scam. However, he continues to exploit what he perceives as a vulnerability in FAB by acting as if he does not know. Moreover, Carnes has always acted as if he's entitled to know, even if FAB has legitimate reasons for not posting his sacred list of kiosks.

    Carnes is a typical short trader... just look at Carson Block.... wicked to the core and greedy for money while professing making the world a better place.

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    • =Carnes does know where the kiosks are. That's the scam of the scam.

      That would be pretty stupid of him to make a major allegation on something he KNEW the company could refute. It is even more stupid of FAB to NOT issue the kiosk locations to discredit him and raise doubt about EVERYTHING he said. Pretty basic when you look at it logically.

      Which is more likely... Carnes based a whole thesis on something he KNEW to be incorrect that he KNEW could be easily refuted or after speaking with the manufacturers of the kiosks he KNEW there was no way FAB had DEPLOYED the number of kiosks they claimed.

      By the way... "it's not like they were hiding the fact) those pre 2012 Kiosks were not the same as the ones that applied to the PROXY"

      They stated in the marketing materials dated September 30, 2013 that the "approximately 16,000 kiosk locations were of the 5C type. Blows that theory.

      This will all be settled in Discovery of the court case. They have 40 agents for 40 different cities to license kiosks. The Beijing agent will be deposed and will not confirm she sold 3,954 licenses for Beijing or will say they were sold but not deployed. They can depose each of the 40 agents and we will see who is lying.

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      • "This will all be settled in Discovery of the court case."

        Are you nuts? This will be settled for a couple million paid by FAB's insurance just like ONP.

        None of those two bit lawyers working on a contingency basis are going to spend their money deposing anyone.

        They'll settled as soon as the insurance company gets around to making an offer.

      • Ibcb321

        You wrote:

        "That would be pretty stupid of him to make a major allegation on something he KNEW the company could refute."

        Remarkable that you think Carnes is not stupid, I guess. The kiosk scam was a short-term set up for the bond, nothing more. Carnes knows very little about FAB, period.

      • Ibcb321

        You are dreaming, or lying:

        "This will all be settled in Discovery of the court case. They have 40 agents for 40 different cities to license kiosks. The Beijing agent will be deposed and will not confirm she sold 3,954 licenses for Beijing or will say they were sold but not deployed. They can depose each of the 40 agents and we will see who is lying."

        The term is deposition, and this will never happen.

        Oh, sure, I can write here that Carnes' "investigators" will be depositioned.... but they will never show up...

        You are really out there in fantasy land these days....

 
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