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  • singhlion2001 singhlion2001 Sep 19, 2012 9:09 AM Flag

    RED ALERT IN USA: FRAUD LOOT IN BILLIONS AND S.E.C. CRIMINALS STILL PROTECTING CRIMINAL REED HASTINGS SCAM GANG

    First, he needs to do something about the $5 billion in off-balance sheet obligations (just call it "debt"), Netflix owes over the next five years. I understand how Netflix books these costs over time, however, as a show of fiscal sense, the company should make adjustments to ensure investors and make that big number look less ominous.

    Structure your content deals differently. Set aside a pot of money to match some of the due dates for those obligations. If Netflix operated from a position of strength, cash-wise, the debt would be less of a concern.

    Second, increase spending to secure reruns of shows such as Mad Men, Breaking Bad and Louie C.K.. Push the angle that Netflix can be a partner with cable. As I explain in the above-cited article, it has already accomplished that with AMC Networks (AMCX).

    There's another problem here, though. It's theme number three, but it's been around as long as and is equally as important as themes one and two.

    As long as Netflix charges consumers $8 a month, it will have a difficult time collecting premium content. Starz ended its relationship with Netflix for this reason. Simply put, at $8 a month, Starz felt like Netflix devalued its content.
    Before it does anything, Netflix should sell its DVD unit prior to Hastings running it further into the ground.
    Right now, DVD is a death trap, a suicide rap for Netflix. Hastings has to get out while he's young. Put it up for sale. Somebody will be more than willing to overpay for the business.

    From there, raise prices. But do it the right way. Actually use some marketing and customer relations to pull the move off.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • MORE LIES FROM PROVEN CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS SCAM GANG AT NETFLIX: BksyB EXeclusive news hit the wires Update on Netflix scam: Reed Hasting criminal lies , he was suppose to outbid BskyB in Europe for content but what unfolded today and why? Criminal Thug Reed Hastings has no money to outbid competition and will fail to pay current bills. This criminal crook was insolvent in Se pt 2011 and fraud $400M fundingled by EX CFO Barry McArthy wa
      By singhlion2001 . 4 days ago . Permalink
      Update on Netflix scam: Reed Hasting criminal lies , he was suppose to outbid BskyB in Europe for content but what unfolded today and why? Criminal Thug Reed Hastings has no money to outbid competition and will fail to pay current bills. This criminal crook was insolvent in Se pt 2011 and fraud $400M fundingled by EX CFO Barry McArthy was another fraud toe extend scam loot and did loot $100's of millions gain in 2012 with same fraud Manipulation and short squeeze scam: PROVEN CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS AND HIS SCAM GANG SHOULD BE IN JAIL. ..............RED ALERT IN USA
      BSkyB beats Netflix to Warner Bros
      By Chris Forrester
      witIt seems Netflix’s cheque-book isn’t anywhere near large enough to beat BSkyB as far as Warner Bros. is concerned. BSkyB has renewed a multi-year output deal with Warners which gives the pay-TV broadcaster a one-year exclusive window over other pay-TV services – such as Netflix.
      Netflix boss Reed Hastings is on record as saying that his PPV film rental service would be “really aggressive” and confident that Netflix would outbid players such as BSkyB for ‘first window’ pay-TV rights.
      However, the temptations for Sky were simply too good to miss. Upcoming movies from Warner Bros include The Dark Night Rises and The Great Gatsby as well as the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Evidently the Time Warner-owned studio liked the sound of a joint-marketing move with Sky to promote the studio’s output in the UK.
      As part of the deal, terms of which were not revealed, Sky also gets to show the movies on its Sky Go service, as well as on Sky Movies Box Office service.
      “This innovative and ambitious deal presents consumers with myriad ways to enjoy our films, many of which will have been produced here in the UK, and we look forward to working with Sky as it continues to invest in great content,” said Josh Berger president & managing director, Warner Bros. UK, Ireland and Spain.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

      • 1 Reply to singhlion2001
      • BIGGEST ORGANIZED SCAM GANG SYNDICATE OPERATED BY PROVEN CRIMINAL THUG GREED HASTINGS SCAM GANG IN USA ON WALL STREET AND FULL PROTECTION PROVIDED BY ROBERT KHUZAMI/MARY SCHAPIRO/ROBERT COOK SCAM WATCH RATS AT S.E.C.

        PROVEN CRIMINALS REED HASTINGS/BARRY McCARTHY/TECHNOLOGY CROSS VENTURES ARE OPERATING AN ORGANZIED LOOT PONZI SCAM VIA NETFLIX(NFLX) ON WALL STREET
        Organized crime groups are often involved in crimes that are considered white collar offenses. A number of crimes committed by organized groups are done so for the purposes of financial gain. This is called racketeering, which is a felony crime.
        Characteristics of Organized Crime Groups
        Organized crime offenses vary greatly, but, there are some generalizations that apply to the groups as a whole. They are all developed based on a hierarchy of power and importance associated with the individuals in the group. They are stable organizations that usually exist over very long periods of time. They may use violence to defend the interests of the group. They usually have political or social protection that keeps them safe from retaliation from the surrounding community, including law enforcement. Their purpose is to accumulate capital which is then reinvested into the operations and businesses run by the group.
        The majority of organized crime groups operate behind the mask of legitimate businesses. In some cases, their racketeering practices involve the bribery and manipulation of legitimate business owners or public officials. This prevents their racketeering practices from being detected.
        WHERE IS FBI? DOJ?
        White-collar crimes cost the United States more than $300 billion annually according to the FBI.

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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