PART ONE –
As we enter the 10 year anniversary of the largest fraud in Danish history – the IT Factory A/S Fraud – we join with Carl Freer, the Master Scammer, in raising a glass to what has to be one of the most audacious scams in modern history.
Carl Freer raises his glass in celebration. 10 years on he has still never been charged in relation to the IT Factory scam, and still continues to receive payment from it. No wonder that it, of all the many scams he has been involved in, is the one that most fills his heart with pride and his pockets with cash. It is the scam that keeps on paying and the one he boasts about the most – money stolen in Denmark launched the public company in America.
As for us – we raise a glass to signify the launch of a new impetus to the investigation as we release documents that shed new light on what actually happened. Astonishing documents. Documents that by rights should finally result in Carl Freer’s apprehension and incarceration in either America or Denmark.
First a little recap
The cast of characters that set up and managed the key corporations are all convicted felons and needless to say – but worth pointing out – are hardly like to have planned a legitimate undertaking.
Carl Freer – needs little introduction on this site as we have already detailed his many arrests and convictions and have provided evidence to show that he is – to this date – a fugitive from justice; a man on the run.
Mikael Ljungman – previously involved in the Gizmondo saga with Carl Freer. Had been convicted of fraud in Sweden and later received a 7 year sentence for his part in the IT Factory fraud – and a luxury apartment.
e-Commerce paid for the incorporation of LCM Lombard Capitol Management GmbH. This company received shares in Madero/Getfugu and was used a year later to convince the Board headed by Mr. Sandstrom of Sodermalm Tenants Association in Stockholm that it had real income of SEK7million a year to assign a residential lease to Mikael Ljungman from its previous leaseholder the Head of the Swedish Mafia Roland Bjuhr. His apartment on Strandvagen 41 was transferred into Mikael Ljungman’s name due to the stated income from LCM Lombard Capitol Management GmbH.
If LCM Lombard Capitol Management GmbH was an honest company it wouldn’t have been incorporated using money laundered from the IT Factory scam. If LCM Lombard Capitol Management GmbH was an honest company it wouldn’t have been used to launder shares in Madero/Getfugu. If LCM Lombard Capitol Management GmbH was an honest company it would have had a website, telephone number and business activity apart from being conceived and used to channel IT Factory funds through.
Bjorn Hoglund – He has three convictions in Sweden – In 1995 he received a suspended sentence for forging documents – in 1999 he received a 10 month sentence for accounting fraud, tax evasion and forging documents – 2007 he received a sentence of 2 years and six months for serious tax evasion, fraud and accountancy fraud.
The companies involved
IT Factory A/S – set up in Denmark and leasing and utilising Media Power and IBM technology. Had it been an honest operation rather than a scam it would have been one of the largest tech companies in Denmark and a national success. Instead it crashed with DKK 1.1 Billion in debt – Media Power’s subsidiary e-Commerce received multi millions of dollars from the fraud.
Media Power – 100% owned subsidiary called e-Commerce. Media Power Inc. claimed to be at the forefront of augmented reality technology and might have been an amazing success had it not been conceived by a criminal cabal. Carl Freer and Mikael Ljungman were its founders and Bjorn Hoglund was its Executive Vice President. It “Partnered” with IT Factory.
Madero Inc (Later became GetFugu Inc.) – A shell company created to receive stolen funds – it continues to trade on the stock market to this day, a fascade of legitimacy concealing a dirty truth revealed below for the first time.
Much has been written in the Scandinavian media about the IT Factory fraud and if you so choose you can do further research through Google and the Scandinavian media. ( Google “IT Factory + GetFugu” and click “translate this page” on the results).
We will not rehash the information that you can find by looking up what the media have written. Rather, by adding the missing pieces to the IT Factory puzzle we will show you how the stolen millions were washed through Media Power and its subsidiary e-Commerce and used to purchase assets which have produced even more millions for the participants of the IT Factory fraud for almost a decade.
When investigating any fraud one follows the money. Bank accounts, emails, corporate brochures, US Patent Office and the Securities and Exchange Commission all provide key data, and demonstrate that Carl Freer was, and still is, the primary beneficiary of the audacious IT Factory fraud.
We will show you that the funds from this fraud were money laundered through technology patents and shares in Madero Inc. renamed Getfugu Inc. which is still trading shares in America today.
August 29, 2008: A Public Statement issued by Media Power said that Media Power Inc. had purchased 48% of Madero, Inc. for $264,000, and received 4 million shares of common stock (non-tradable).
Madero’s sole Director was Mike Lizarraga, manager of the restaurant “El Lenador” located in Los Mochis, Sinola, Mexico. (see SEC link) https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1398667/000114420408056679/v128375_8k-a.htm
Madero was a shell corporation. This statement was false. The truth that Carl Freer, Mikael Ljungman were hiding was that e-Commerce purchased 100% of Madero, Inc. stock utilising the funds stolen in the IT Factory fraud. So sure were they of their ability to muddy the facts that e-Commerce even paid for the office lease for Madero Inc in Rowayton $38,833.50
The documented evidence clearly demonstrates that e-Commerce purchased Madero,Inc with two payments:-
(1) $100,000 on the 1 August, 2008.
(2) $286,000 on the 28 August, 2008.
Not satisfied with the public lie about the purchase, Media Power Inc compounded the felony by withholding the fact that the remaining 52% of Madero Inc had ALSO been purchased by e-Commerce. This 52% was the unrestricted stock.
The 52% of unrestricted stock was transferred into companies paid for with e-Commerce funds and incorporated by Sovereign Corporate Services located at PO box 62201, Dubai, United Arab emirates, on e-Commerce directions. (For evidence of this check these three links. LCM Lombard Mandalay and Stone Harbour Lynx)
Further proof of Carl Freer involvement is the email he sent on 23 December to Latham Stearn (who was later appointed Chairman) saying approximately 51% of Madero’s shares are free trading, currently held by a group of “friendly” non-affiliated shareholders (Part of email by CF)
Several months later the unrestricted stock was secretly transferred from these companies into accounts owned by the immediate family of Carl Freer, and thereby put under his control and ownership. The funds used to purchase these shares came directly from the fraud in Denmark’s IT Factory.
So you can see why we said Carl Freer can be characterised as the largest beneficiary of the IT Factory fraud. The monies from this fraud were money laundered through the shares in Getfugu Inc. (previously Madero Inc.)
Unrestricted shares in Getfugu Inc, are still being traded to this day. What shareholders have not known is that all the unrestricted shares were purchased using stolen funds, that the unrestricted shares were placed in offshore companies located in Dubai (see linked data above) and later transferred into Carl Freer’s control through his family members.
In keeping with his dreams of grandeur Carl Freer’s family were registered to the “Paradise Foundation” – no doubt another of his great humanitarian and philanthropic endeavours. Match the Certificate number on this with the number listed on page 2 of he transfer document above.
The documents we have acquired provide the missing evidence of how this fraud was orchestrated. Media Power’s audited accounts are false; Media Power’s statements to the SEC are false; and Madero Inc (renamed Getfugu Inc.) statements to the SEC are false.
We will pass all the data collated on to the SEC, the IT Factory investigation team, American tax authorities and the FBI. We will explain to the authorities in Dubai the role they played in the fraud.
Finally, if there are shareholders in Getfugu Inc who decide to take a class action, all of our information and sources will be made available to you.
So, Raise Your Glass: –
and – especially for Carl Freer – Skål !