STOP PRESS – Professor Huang Guangbin Saved From Falling Foul of Carl Freer’s Lies – Quick Action Saves His Well Earned Reputation – Due Diligence Saves the Day – STOP PRESS
We want to congratulate Professor Huang Guangbin for taking quick action – performing due diligence when alerted to the fact that his good name was being associated with a serial fraudster and scammer – and then taking robust action to sever ties and safeguard and protect his assets and position.
When we first started this site Carl Freer was touting his new brainchild – Watstock. With unique perspicacity Carl had figured out that if he could just accurately predict the future, he could become a trillionaire.
Carl Freer stated on his website that 8 years previously he had teamed up with Professor Huang Guangbin of the Singapore University to develop an Artificial Intelligence program that would predict market movements with better than 85% accuracy.
Freer stated on his Watstock website that the Professor, in addition to providing the Intelligence engine and technology (Extreme Learning Machines – ELM), was also a co-founder of the business.
Carl Feer’s website and extraordinary claims gave rise to many questions – two of which are:
- If his claims were true, why was he trying to get people to invest millions, when in just a few days he could make millions by simply using his technology, and,
- If ELM was really that good at predicting things, why had it not advised all involved that they were dealing with a crook?
We contacted the Professor who stated that he was NOT a co-Founder of the company – a fact we were able to verify through BIZFILE.
Why did Carl Freer publish a lie on his website?
How can anyone trust someone who can lie so easily? If Carl Feer has some credible answer he is invited contact us directly and explain himself.
We are grateful to Professor Huang Guangbin for taking the time to explain the true facts. We note the professor’s picture and biography have been removed from Carl Freer’s new business website Watstock.
We further note that Carl Freer’s own website has been taken down, along with his LinkedIn Page.
And we note that simultaneously he is creating a multitude of new sites claiming to be a humanitarian, a philanthropist, the perfect businessman . . .
We have a direct message to Carl Freer. Try telling the truth in the future – to employees, to investors, to contractors, to lawyers . . . That way you might start earning the respect you so badly crave.
In Summary – we are delighted that this site has done its job – It has saved a Professor’s reputation – and possibly – career.