The Maldives and Amilla – paradise for a fraudster

 

Paradise for Carl Freer – Hell for his Victims

Carl Freer is packing his bags for his next break at Amilla Fushi – located in the Maldives.  This  is a little piece of paradise where the rich and famous go to relax and have fun.

Carl Freer has worked his magic and befriended Amilla Fushi’s Chairman, Michael Flynn and its Manager, Mark Hehir as well as most of the senior Staff. With his well rehearsed cordiality Carl Freer swans into the Resort where he is viewed as a well liked and respected Guest due to the frequency of his visits.

Surrounded by the beautiful and tranquil environment, and with the fawning support of duped Staff, the props are in place.  The emboldened Carl Freer sets about finding his new “Investors”.

Trust Me. I’m a Saint. I just happen to carry around a pack of information to prove it . . .

Most people pack their holiday bags to relax – but not Carl Freer.   His laptop is pre-loaded with presentations of the ‘next big thing,’ along with the most important document – his version of due diligence on himself.

In the restaurants he orders food and wine without regard for the price.  The best of the best, cooked to his own standard, no butter, no oil. Over long evenings of lighthearted conversations with other Guests he drops hints of his successes and his wealth.  He prepares the Amilia’s Guests  by confessing that he has enemies and these enemies are jealous of his talents and his successful life.  Stories pour from his lips like sweet syrup with a chorus of name dropping . . . Bill and Hilary Clinton, Michael Milkin, Sting, Leonardo Di Caprio, David Beckham and Paris Hilton will all play their roles in his tales of success.  By the end his listeners will be seduced – he has delivered the perfect narrative and convinced one and all that they have found their perfect friend.  One of the most trustworthy and genuine people in the world, a gifted mind who will share his contacts and his success.  During the day you often see him high-fiving bartender friend SK while enjoying a waterpipe and vodka-based cocktail.  With a warm smile he’s an easy to get on with guy, approachable and friendly – what’s not to like.

Carl Freer – A Liar and a Cheat.

What the Amilla Fushi Guests are unaware of is that when Carl Freer goes on holiday he is there to rub shoulders with the rich and famous, and his primary target is the rich as they may be gullible enough in their relaxed state of mind to unquestionably believe him whilst he is in full flow.  In order to support his narrative Carl Freer carries his own due diligence pack – a compilation of falsehoods and obfuscations designed to confound and confuse those who unearth less than savoury details about the man who just presented himself as their personal saviour.

Carl Freer rails against what he calls “black PR” or “Internet character assassination”.  He claims he is being attacked by people who misrepresent facts, who are jealous of him, who just want to see him fail.

My Mommy Says It Was All A Big Misunderstanding and I Shouldn’t Have Been Convicted.

In his “due diligence pack” Carl Freer has a letter from his mother.  It claims that his first conviction was all a misunderstanding about a student loan.  It was a misdemeanour.  He shows it to people with great pathos on his face – willing them to believe him.  And the gullible do.

The fact is that fraud is not a misdemeanour – it is a crime.  His crime has nothing to do with a student loan.  The judge spelled out very clearly the details of the crime and adjudicated that Carl Freer was guilty of a criminal act.

Why would anyone accept the alleged letter of a mother – who would protect and forgive her son regardless – when this link and this link show the real story of the event as reported in the national papers in Sweden at the time.  It had nothing too to with a student loan  – it was just straight forward criminality.

Newspapers at the time reported on the case – and fact is Carl Freer wrote the letter himself

The gullible guests, already semi-bewitched, are often too spellbound by Carl Freer to realise that it is not the Internet that has assassinated his character.  There are 3 High Court Judges – in Sweden, Germany and France – each of whom, independently of the others, applying due process and looking only at the facts, adjudicated him to be a Criminal.   That is what defines his character.

The Court of Cassation ruled that Carl Freer MUST go to jail

On top of that there is a ruling from the Court of Cassation in France –  the country’s highest appeals court – wherein a panel of judges reviewed his case and determined that, based on the evidence, he is a criminal and MUST go to jail.  Please take the time to read that ruling here.  The translation was done by the French court and it details Carl Freer’s criminal activities, organised crime and Mafia connections, media connections and other salient facts about this would be saviour.

Interestingly, Carl Freer’s “Due Diligence Pack” says nothing about his outstanding arrest warrant – or anything about the many judgements against him.

Instead, it attempts to misdirect people.  For example, by claiming that he was once referenced as the 698th Richest Person in the World with a net worth of US$1.1 billion – achieved by the age of 35.  This would be a marvellous achievement if true – you may note the lack of detail in the reference he provides.  This reference is supposedly provided by Forbes, the list actually says the collective net worth of the World’s 691 billionaires is $2.2 trillion.  There were only 691 billionaires on the 2005 list not 698 as CF claims.  Here is a link and there is no Carl Freer on that list.  To make doubly sure you could check the 2006 list or the 2004 list or even better still contact Forbes, the Author of the 2005 billionaire list, and they will confirm that it only ran to 691.

Carl Freer is a convicted fraudster.  He has been tried and found to be a criminal by a panel of judges in the highest court in France, and by 3 other courts.  He lies about his wealth – something that he was doing in his teens as described in the very first judgement against him.

With the actual evidence available, why would anyone believe the other “evidence” in his “due diligence pack?”

After all he has a history for exaggerated claims.  He states that the UK Liquidators of Gizmondo Europe Limited sold the intellectual property of the company to him (Carl Freer), and even boasts about the press release, issued on 13th May 2008, and asks the reader to accept this as a complete story.

What he fails to disclose is the money given to the Liquidators came directly from the largest fraud in Danish history – the IT Factory fraud.

The truth is the truth.  It is an exact thing – there cannot be variations or versions of the truth.

You are invited to contact Mark Fry of Begbies Traynor, the Liquidator for Gizmondo Europe Limited.  They hold a bankruptcy demand against Carl Freer for US$6 million – which he has failed to pay – for the so-called sale of intellectual property as mentioned in the press release he uses in his “due diligence pack.”  (Mark Fry contact details Call: 020 7516 1500 Email: mark.fry@begbies-traynor.com)

The IT Factory Liquidator is Boris Frederiksen and he has an active investigation into Carl Freer.  He can be contacted on: +45 72 30 72 22 or bor@kammeradvokaten.dk or via the contact page at www.kammeradvokaten.com.

Another red herring that amuses us is how he spends a great deal of time highlighting the “defamation” he suffered at the hands of the Law Firm Patton Boggs.  We have even heard tales that his claim for five hundred million, when settled, will go straight to charities as he wants no personal benefit.  How laudable – he surely picks up a few points to support his halo which such a statement.  The sticky problem is that the settlement was a walkaway as Patton Boggs also had a substantial counter claim so not one single dollar found its way to the Charity.

The “due diligence pack” goes on to detail other similarly irrelevant events.

The bottom line is that if Carl Freer honestly disclosed:-

that he had been arrested in 5 countries,

convicted for fraud in 3 countries,

has an outstanding warrant for his arrest with a 2 year prison term awaiting him,

has defrauded previous investors of hundreds of millions,

has resoundingly failed in every endeavour,

has tens of millions in judgements against him, (See the top 2 entries in 2014 which alone total $M3+)

Swedish Mafia – Carl Freer. He is mentioned at least 20 times.

still maintains links to the Mafia who are beneficiaries in his scams,

would Guests at the Amilla queue up to invest in him and his companies?

The most damaging things done to his character have been all the criminal activity, the fraud, the theft, the violence, the organised crime, the cheating, the lies.  That is what defines his character.  People pointing out the truth about him are not guilty of assassinating his character.

To assassinate Carl Freer’s character you would have to say that he was honest, clean living, cared for others, was as good as his word, honourable, never cheated anyone – and there is no one saying that on the Internet at all (except for Carl Freer himself).

As for the numerous businesses he says he has has sold, ask for a list, the price paid and if they are still in existence now.  Again if he is so successful ask for half a dozen investors to provide references.  Should be easy – if it is real.

So whilst you are sitting on the beach or swimming in the pool be aware that danger lurks – there really is a malevolent force at the Maldives.

He also claims that the FBI and SEC have not investigated him.  We would like to comment on this but unfortunately there are tipping off rules in America and we cannot make any comment.

We can however mention the management for the resort, now armed with the above information, and ask what action are they going to take to safeguard the interests of their guests –  or are they ok with having fraudsters and gangster commingling with their quests?

It may be in their best interests to ensure that Carl Freer’s bellowing laughter that echoes through the restaurants and bars is never heard there again.

Other links you should check

http://www.thedrive.com/news/2559/the-weird-wild-saga-of-gizmondo-part-1

www.thedrive.com/supercars/2576/the-weird-wild-saga-of-gizmondo-part-2-too-much-money-for-normal-business

http://www.thedrive.com/news/2611/the-weird-wild-saga-of-gizmondo-part-3-following-the-money-over-a-cliff

http://www.thedrive.com/news/2654/the-weird-wild-saga-of-gizmondo-part-4-retribution-for-a-thief

http://www.thedrive.com/news/2673/the-weird-wild-saga-of-gizmondo-part-5-coming-to-america

http://www.thedrive.com/news/2690/the-weird-wild-saga-of-gizmondo-part-6-in-with-the-new

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2012-08-06-a-horse-named-gizmondo-the-inside-story-of-the-worlds-greatest-failed-console

http://www.vice.com/read/notorious-gangsters-and-no-games-the-gory-story-of-the-gizmondo-656

http://moneyweek.com/carl-freer-the-entrepeneur-who-ran-through-150m-then-went-spectacularly-bust/

https://techcrunch.com/2008/12/02/the-extraordinary-rise-and-fall-of-denmarks-it-factory

http://www.wired.com/2006/10/gizmondo/

http://www.latimes.com/local/la-fg-ferrari15may15-story.html

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