On the one hand Carl Freer is immensely wealthy, and on the other he is an undischarged Bankrupt. It is easy to make sense of it – you just need to think like a criminal.
Carl Freer has boasted that his bankruptcy in Singapore is an attractive preference to paying off his debts. Furthermore, there are suspicions amongst the other Creditors that the Bankruptcy is a technical manoeuvre to shield himself, and his wife Ericka, from the far more serious charges of income tax fraud as they could both face prison sentences upon conviction.
Carl Freer is a contemptible hypocrite who concocts perverted morality and ‘reasons’ to justify any deed. His willingness to withhold information from, and to mislead, the Singapore tax authorities, shareholders, creditors and staff will lead to prosecutions – this site is dedicated to that goal.
The Bankrupt Carl Freer has a long history of making false statements and dishonesty in his criminal endeavours. He has three separate convictions for fraud, has 10s of millions in unpaid judgments, and has an outstanding arrest warrant issued by the French government. To that list of accomplishments Carl Freer can now add a distinguished Singaporean bankruptcy order – it sits well with the United Kingdom bankruptcy order demanding payment of $6 million.
Carl Freer enjoyed easy access to Singapore acquiring EP status, quickly followed by permanent residency status.
We can confirm the information supplied by paid advisors overseeing his applications deliberately denied and misconstrued Carl Freer’s criminal history. The Official Assignee overseeing his bankruptcy will have to make enquiries into dozens of companies incorporated in Singapore by Carl Freer to get a partial understanding of the dirty money machine which he is so expert in operating.
Last year Carl Freer abandoned Singapore and relocated himself in Dubai. His current wife Ericka lives in Sentosa in a luxury apartment, and receives an envelope with cash every month as her bank account has been withdrawn and closed.
This scandal will continue until the Dubai government, or Carl Freer’s Business partners and Dubai Bank’s abandon him.
Nothing destroys a company more quickly or more completely than its top executives lying, cheating, and double-dealing, and Logovision Inc., yet another failed Carl Freer company, is a classic example.
Carl Freer has an unblemished record of exploiting companies for his own greedy and improper purposes. He never fails to do so. His record of fraud is untarnished by any genuine business success or personal benevolence in any direction. Carl Freer makes Scrooge look warm-hearted, generous, and happy. And – with his guard down – he make an orangutang look pretty.
What is interesting is the lengths to which Carl Freer is willing to go with his lying, cheating and double dealing – his actions routinely involving blatantly illegal actions.
In the Logovision scam we have evidence of his sub-rosa scheming with someone, regarded as professionally above reproach, in the defrauding of Luxembourg investors, and the backhanders he paid to that person to cement the treason – among other fraudulent acts.
In this article however we are going to focus on Carl Freer’s willingness to blatantly create false documents – something he routinely does as documented throughout this site.
The Microsoft email, so integral to the execution of the scam, was supposed to be lost in history until we unearth it. Please take the time to read it once again.
We have been advised that the email is fraudulent and that Carl Freer is on a head-on collision with Microsoft’s International legal team.
With the subtlety of a Sherman tank opening fire on a silent moonlit night, Carl Freer claimed his company, Logovision Inc., was valued at $400 million – as evidenced by the Microsoft email.
This was just 161 days from the date it signed its office lease and started operating, implying that in those few months the company had increased in value at the rate of $2.5 million every day.
One might make the mistake of thinking that that performance would qualify him as either a genius, or a fraudster. As our readership is slowly becoming aware, he is in fact both – a genius fraudster.
The Luxembourg investors have always held suspicions of impropriety, but lacked the documentation to take action. We have received a request not to publish all the documentation that our readers have provided on the Logovision Inc. scam, to allow time for attorneys and the authorities to prepare the case – a request we are happy to accommodate.
In fact, to make things easier we are pleased to make the following Public Service Announcement :
Carl Freer’s residential address in Dubai:
Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City District 1 – House number 445. A white Maserati SUV is parked outside.
Watopedia Office address:
Level Five, Unit 507, Index Tower, Dubai International Financial Centre.
An article published in the Scandinavian media on 28th of April 2018 is important as it’s an update on the Danish IT Factory fraud.
The article mentions a company called Logovision – which we checked out.
Had it not been for the threats of extreme violence we received on our initial investigations of Logovision, we may well have let it pass by. After all, we have enough evidence of Carl Freer’s scams and criminality to sink a ship – let alone secure a conviction. Our focus is not uncovering further evidence that Carl Freer is a criminal – our focus has been on assisting the Dubai cops build a bullet-proof case so they can arrest and jail him.
Be that as it may, the reaction we received when we started investigating Logovision was over-the-top, and so we knew we were onto something good. We continued and it has been most revealing.
The Logovision charade was a genuine masterpiece, requiring meticulous preparation, coordination and execution. This was a Carl Freer scam that stood head and shoulders above the regular scams he had heretofore created. With this one he excelled – he shone like few other fraudsters before him have ever done. It was a triumph – a display of magic – quite unlike anything else in its genre – a fraud that will be studied in the most revered schools of skullduggery for ages to come.
Logovision was incorporated on 10 September 2010. Carl Freer was Logovison’s first Director, Chairman, President, Secretary and Treasurer until Carl Freer resigned on 29 March 2012.
Upon inception Logovision was placed into the notorious Carl Freer incubator company, Streamline Ventures Inc., and signed a lease for 54B Snowmass Village, Aspen Colorado.
With its corporate headquarters determined, Carl Freer targeted a small group of investors in Luxembourg, and secured them as its principal investors.
It is an unsolved mystery, and one off the great enigmas of our times, as to how Carl Freer persuaded this group of sophisticated investors to invest millions of dollars in return for minor stakeholding in a totally worthless company.
While we cannot pretend to have discovered all the trickery involved, we did discover this:-
The Luxembourg investors were invited to visit the office, met with the “staff”, discussed the intricacies of the technology Logovision was creating, viewed documents, accounts, websites and other meticulously prepared theatrical props. The attention to detail in orchestrating the scam was masterful.
The climax of their hypnotic tour involved a big-screen presentation in the board room wherein Carl Freer gave them a well rehearsed razzle-dazzle presentation ending with his coup de grace – an email from the hallowed and never-to-be-questioned “Microsoft” which stated that “Microsoft Inc” would acquire 25% of the outstanding shares in Logovision for $100M.
While followers of this site will recognise this ploy – he had faked Microsoft emails in prior scams – several of the unsuspecting and unwitting investors instantly fell for this ruse hook, line and sinker – confidently investing millions of additional funds to get the deal completed.
Never to be second guessed, Carl Freer had arrangements in place for the more cautious investors – a face-to-face with the “Microsoft team.” What could be more convincing than that?
The only hurdle, it transpired, was the scheduling – it became impossibly problematic to schedule all diaries and so, as a compromise, the investors were treated to a conference call with the “Microsoft Team.”
Unsurprisingly, the “Microsoft Team” enthusiastically endorsed Logovision and its unique technology, reiterated the intention to purchase the 25% shareholding for $M100, and informed the awestruck investors that the only delay was a mandatory 60 – 120 day requirement for due diligence.
Finally convinced, the now salivating previously cautious investors capitulated and capitalised the project. They’d been thoroughly duped and they dumped millions to prove it.
Other details of this scam are still unfolding and we are requesting assistance from our readers – especially those who were previously associated with Logovision.
If you have useful information, please contact us in the manner outlined on the site. We are particularly interested in documentation around the Microsoft transaction, but any information would be welcome. You are assured that your communications will be treated with the strictest of confidence.
Carl Freer is an extremely wealthy man. In fact, we would go so far as to say that as a one-man-band he is probably the wealthiest criminal in the world, having personally amassed $178 million over the last 13 years.
His immense wealth is something Carl Freer actively hides from his creditors, staff, current investors and potential investors. We therefore would like to thank the readers that have sent us documents highlighting his wealth, and the readers who directed us on where to look.
Carl Freer will seed-fund creating a new company, located in a temporary office, hire a few staff to put some presentation and marketing material together and get local accountants, lawyers, and PR firms to make introductions – it is viewed as the shop window and allows for new investors to visit the office, to look at the hard-working staff, see the ancillary professionals that have been engaged, and enter into discussions about the new cutting-edge piece of technology he claims to be bringing to the market.
Carl Freer’s modus operandi is to then present himself as someone who’s made investors a great deal of money in the past and can do so in the future due to the unique skill set he has built – he claims that he has temporary financial difficulties and will provide an excellent commercial opportunity if the investors help him immediately – he litters the conversation with “this company is a startup” and “I already have a purchaser in the hundreds of millions once we get through the beta test” and his favorite classic quote “calm seas do not make for good sailors.”
Carl Freer will often “confidentially” show a potential investor a current valuation of one of his watches, pretending that he has had to pawn it to cover his operating expenses. It is all part of the act.
He will use the latest jargon talking about his cutting edge invention that will change the world and make millions.
If challenged Carl Freer uses this site as a example of ‘jealous competitors’ and dismiss any questions raised by referring to a letter from his attorneys which state Carl Freer is an all-around good guy. (It is ironic that the lawyers that falsely created the letter are among those he never paid.)
On this site we have covered the intricacies of his scams many times, showing the lawyers, PR firms, banks, staff, investors and ‘friends’ he has taken for a ride. There is no need to go into further details of his techniques.
Let’s look instead at his wealth.
INCOME – AKA Proceeds of Crime
Please note that with Carl Freer there is no return on investment for anyone. The money detailed below was not used to create or deliver products to anyone beyond those needed to give the scam credibility. This is 99% profit – the expenses are minimal – and it is all his personal gain.
Between the years 2005 and 2018, Carl Freer has been the central figure in multi-million dollar scams.
$21 million removed from the Palestinian investment fund.
$26 million received in exchange for a personal guarantee with two investors in Gizmondo.
$10 million received for the purchase of a luxury yacht through shares.
$7 million received through fake invoices.
$20 million received from IT Factory.
$50 million received for patent applications.
$31 million received from Singapore investors into numerous Carl Freer companies
$5 million received from investors in Vietnam.
$5 million received from Hong Kong investors
$3 million received from investors in Dubai.
This adds up to $178 Million.
Dubai should have been the best watering hole – however it has proven to be dry, thanks to our exposure of this criminal.
Carl Freer is now considering moving to Canada but has recently stated that he would be equally happy in Brazil – regardless of the location we will be monitoring and reporting.
There is no mention below of the cash hoards he has in accounts around the world. These will be identified in due course.
Not included in the list below is “Erica’s Villa” in Barbados – another multi million dollar property from which both Carl and Ericka receive rental income. This property is one the IRS have shown particular interest in.
Staff: If you are staff in one of his scam businesses, do not buy his lies that he is waiting on a big investment coming in. He has more than enough cash to pay all extant and past bills for all companies – without needing to liquidate any asset.
Investors: Do not buy the lies. Ask why he does not invest in his own business. If you catch him by surprise he will tell you that he is not that stupid.
Creditors: Never ever work for this man unless he has paid the bill upfront. If he owes you money, expose him broadly and warn others. Do not be fooled into think he will pay you soon. Read this site and see all the many creditors just like you who eventually filed suit and who still have never received a penny.
One of the most frequent questions we are asked is, “How does Carl Freer make money?”
The simple answer – the thing we have been trying to tell people all along – the whole point of this blog – the bottom line truth – is that Carl Freer doesn’t make money, and never has made any.
“Making money” as a concept suggests the existence of a product or service that is provided to others as an equitable exchange for their money.
Carl Freer does not have, and never has had, any genuine product or service to provide to anyone.
Carl Freer does not make money – he steals money. Carl Freer is a thief.
One does not think of a thief as being someone who “makes money”, any more than one thinks of a beggar as being gainfully employed in his chosen occupation of begging.
Thief is not a legitimate occupation. It does not have a Tax Code. One does not add Sales Tax or VAT to Thieving. There are no ads saying, “Thief wanted – $35 per hour base rate plus commission.” Thieves do not make money – they steal money.
It is an empirical fact that Carl Freer has never made money
Look at the facts. And here we are not just talking about the courts all around the world that have convicted Carl Freer for being a Thief (Fraudster, ConMan, Cheat, Swindler, Racketeer – call it what you will, it is essentially the same) – we are talking about his record as a businessman.
Over the years Carl Freer has formed companies in America, United Kingdom, Sweden, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Brazil, Singapore and Dubai to name but some of the locations.
Every one of those has failed. Not one of those has ever had a legitimate product or service to provide to others.
Of course Carl Freer will insist that they did have – but let’s look at that.
He might for example point to Unicorn Labs Pte Ltd, incorporated on Sept 8th, 2015, trading as ULab. On iTunes and Google Play ULab claims ownership of 17 mobile apps.
Surely ULabs, with 17 ‘products’ it sells to the public was legitimate.
Well, no. Not even ULab – which out of all of his companies came the closest to seeming like it had legitimate products – made any money.
First of all, the apps are freebies – they are given away. Secondly, in 3 years of ‘trading’, ULab has only managed to give away 141 total downloads of all apps combined. That is dismal.
This leads us to the real point here, which is – what is a product or service?
As we all know, people love freebies. If something with even a small value is offered free, stocks will be depleted in minutes. The only free stuff that doesn’t move off the shelves is that which is worthless – or worse than worthless.
A stand by the side of the road loaded with fresh tasty apples and a sign that said they were free would be empty of apples before long. The same stand loaded with rotten apples would not empty. Some stuff is just so bad that it cannot even be given away.
It is the same with service. If some tramp came to your car with a filthy bucket of muddy water and a dirty rag and offered to clean your windows free, you would tell them – politely or probably impolitely – that you did not want their free service.
This introduces the idea that to be worthy of being called a ‘product’ or ‘service’ an item must be something that people actually want.
It is not just ULab that could not give away its products. Look at the Watopedia scam that we highlighted in its infancy and warned people of. This has 2 apps – Hotstock and Anywear – both of which supposedly make use of cutting edge AI technology to give their users the upper hand.
With just 14 downloads between them since their launch a year ago, it is clear that the consuming public can see exactly where Carl Freer is at. What is amazing is that the investing public do not have the same ability to perceive.
Carl Freer does not have and never has had, any genuine product or service to sell. He can’t even give his inventions, apps, services or amazing insights into AI, away.
What Carl Freer does sell is amazing stories of how successful you will be if you follow his advice and guidance – he can produce an app which will allow you to increase your profits.
For instance, if you had a car hire company, imagine how profitable the company would be if everybody in the UAE could download your app!
And therein lies the problem. ”IF.”
Because even dim witted people know that the public do NOT download apps – especially not those created by any Carl Freer Company. The general public seem to have a sense about Carl Freer enterprises. They somehow smell a rat. Not surprising really – he is a rat.
Think about it – would you give a thief your financial details in order to hire a car?
You should also look out for the Carl Freer ‘AI assisted App’ which will help you decide what Horse to bet on in a Horserace, and even encourage you to place your bet through the app. Again why would anybody use an app created and provided by a thief? People are just not that stupid.
But How Does He Keep Going?
Despite his companies never making any money, despite all the court cases awarding the staff their unpaid wages, and investors and institutions the return of their fraudulently stolen money, it is clear that Carl Freer does end up with a lot of money.
His current lifestyle – supporting wives and mistresses and useless staff/kids in expensive apartments in expensive cities – having to pay continually for reputation management to hide his criminal past from people while he scams them – having to take constant evasive action and the cost of security to avoid the Palestinians – having to constantly appease the Russian Mafia – is estimated to cost close to $500,000 per month.
We have explained in many articles on this site the ways in which he steals, defrauds, cons, or otherwise separates fools from their money.
And yet, it seems, he continues to bring the money in, which in turn could imply that he MUST be selling something of value.
In the interests of finally getting some of the investors to understand what is going on, we have decided to give this ‘product’ or ‘service’ a name.
What Carl Freer Does to Make Money
Throughout history, there are famous examples of people using their position for personal gain.
Prominent among those, and one that most people know of, is Papal Bull 1455 in which the Pope decreed that all lands and all the people South of Portugal – i.e. All of Africa – belonged to Portugal; and thereby set up the slave trade that was to result in mass human trafficking to the Americas – which he decreed, in the less known Papal Bull of 1493, belonged to Spain and Portugal.
The Holy See, God’s representative on Earth, responsible for the souls of all men, was simply seeing to his own personal gain, and through series of Decrees and Bulls, stole not only all property people owned but their lives as well.
People lived in terror of Papal Bulls. When a new one came out the population would, in unison, moan, “Oh Shit!”
And that, of course, is the origin of the term, “Papal Bull – Oh Shit.” Abbreviated now to just “Bull-Shit.” And Bullshit is what our man Carl Freer sells. It stinks of fraud. It stinks of manipulation and personal vested interest. It stinks of deceit.
Carl Freer pontificates endlessly about AI and what a genius he is and the apps he can make that will transform people into millionaires – an endless stream of bullshit. And people buy it.
Obviously “Carl Freer Bullshit” is a genuine commodity wanted by some. Some people like that stinky stuff. And THAT is how he “makes money.”
We have been contacted by an auction house, 2 galleries, 5 people claiming to be private collectors, 2 insurers, law enforcement in 2 countries, and many holders of judgement, creditors, investors and past and present employees. All in all we have so far received 32 communications regarding Carl Freer’s claimed “art collection” and in particular his ownership of a piece by Marc Chagall.
We have been informed that the painting featured in the picture has been previously put up for sale – the private buyer refused to continue with the purchase without the proper ownership paperwork, stating that his enquiries led him to believe that the artwork was fake and linked to the legendary art fraud incident committed by the New York art dealer Ely Sahkai who created Chagall’s fake paintings for the Japanese and Taiwanese art markets.
Chagall’s paintings are highly valued in the world art market, so when a three-time convicted fraudster, currently a fugitive at large, provides documentary evidence along with a photograph of the picture with his family, the global art market takes notice.
Their enquiries are ongoing. Predictably, however, there are claims that the art collection is fake – which leaves Carl Freer in an unusual position.
On the one hand he can provide the Providence and insurance documentation and claim legal ownership of this multi-million dollar work of art, and the other pieces in his collection.
If he did that it would leave his first wife, Anneli, in a precarious position as she is the 50% owner of Juanita (the company holding the art collection), and the collection, including the Chagall’s existence and value were not disclosed in her bankruptcy.
It would also be of interest to his current wife, Ericka Freer, who he is currently divorcing. She naturally would have an interest in the value of assets by her husband.
And naturally it would be of interest to the many ex-employees, investors and others who have judgements against Carl Freer that have yet to be satisfied.
Proving the Chagall to be genuine could be very expensive for Carl Freer.
So his other option would seem to be to claim that it is indeed a fake and of no value.
The problem with that approach is that it shows him yet again to be a liar, scammer and fraudster. After all, he used his art collection, and this very piece, to scam banks into financing his House in Stone Canyon, Beverly Hills.
What will Carl Freer do? Prove it is genuine and that he has the wherewithal to discharge his debts; or claim it is worthless and nothing more than a prop in a scam?
We will be providing further information on this ongoing expose as it unfolds.
In the meantime we pass our genuine gratitude on to Carl Freer for providing us with this excellent story in the first place.
“I have decided to silence my critics and show that I am indeed a man of honour,”Carl Freer told this stunned reporter last week.
I received a telephone call from Carl Freer who said he was calling from his hospital bed where he was receiving treatment for an old back injury. After 11 minutes of complaints regarding some of the sites articles he astonished me with the following statements.
“Critics point to the fact that in the past, in just about every one of my companies and ventures, my staff have gone unpaid and instead been left with fistfuls of shares and court judgements against me – both of which are unredeemable and therefore worthless.”
“I am tired of being touted as a criminal,” complained Carl Freer, his voice racked with grief. “It’s not my fault that all those companies failed – but people don’t see that. They blame me – all of these people have entitlement issues.”
A Most Amazing Mind and a Man of Honour
“I want to be recognised for what I truly am – one of the most astounding minds of the 21st century; a visionary entrepreneur who revolutionised the world of handheld electronics, spearheaded proper medical care for burn victims, and who is single-handedly ensuring that the development of AI is toward improving the human condition rather than another means of further increasing the power and wealth of a selected few.”
“I am sick to the core of people who only think of themselves and what they can personally get out of any given situation. I will no longer be such a person.”
Carl Freer seemed genuine as he told me this. This was not the man I expected – he was very convincing, and he seemed very open and honest. Carl Freer hates the lies spread by envious people on the internet and in the press – people who claim that he, the great Carl Freer, is a deceitful, multi-convicted, felonious scammer plying his trade in an ever shrinking environment as his criminal past catches up with him and funnels him toward life a cage where his undoubted persuasive skills will be fully tested in a portentially futile endeavour to preserve some sort of dignity and not end up as Big Baba’s bitch.
I will sell my art collection to protect my honour
I asked Carl Freer what he planned to do to ensure that his current staff would be taken care of. His raucous laugh used all the bandwidth before he explained, “Look . . . in the past, I would simply have employed delaying tactics against the staff.”
“I would have strung them along for months with promises of pay just as soon as some investor money came through – and I am good at that one. I can make it seem like the funds are just around the corner.”
“Then I could add in some personal situations – like maybe going to a hospital for a health issue or something like that. I have done that several times and it works every time.”
“And then I offer them stock in the company as evidence of my good faith. That shows them that I value the company and that I do not believe it is failing. They always go for that option.”
“There are all kinds of things I can do. I have often given people things – like watches or cars or whatever that are bought with a small down payment and ongoing financing. That one is great. They think they have something – until the repo and debt collectors come round and they realise all they actually have is a shit load of trouble . . .”
“All of the above are legitimate strategies for a start-up company pre-revenue – if you don’t like the environment of a start-up company then the staff should work for multinationals. I am tired of their whining.”
“What is different this time?” I asked persistently. “How do they know that this time you will actually pay them and not screw them?”
Carl Freer’s laughter grew louder.
“This time I am going to sell my art collection and raise the cash to pay them!”
The revelation was astonishing. But I knew his critics would just say that he does not have an art collection to sell, and this is simply another Carl Freer ploy. I asked him to provide some evidence.
Within seconds Carl Freer sent me this picture.
“Here,” he said, “are the three loves of my life. My painting by Marc Chagall called ‘La Concert’, my wife Ericka and my daughter Isabella.”
“That painting alone is worth more than ten times all the money owed to my staff / investors. In fact, a Chagall painting sold at auction last year for $28.5 million.”
Carl Freer forwarded a document and explained it to me. “This is a valuation created by independent experts of some of the art I have collected and own. Together these pieces were all worth more than $21 million – and that was at that time. I have added to the collection since, plus its value has risen substantially.”
I must have sounded surprised because Carl Freer then forwarded me other documents that proved the existence of, and his ownership of, Juanita – the company that holds all of this artwork.
Carl Freer asked me not to support his detractors and doubters, but instead to relay to them that he is an honourable man, a true humanitarian, a genuine philanthropist and that he is as good as his word.
He insisted that no one should doubt him – he will liquidate his art collection through auction houses and private sales – funds will be readily available to pay all the outstanding bills and past judgements against him. He said if his word was not good enough, he also needed to take care of everything so he could relocate his family and businesses to Vancouver, Canada.
I declined his invitation to join him in Dubai to meet with the auction house overseeing the sale of the picture La Concept. I cannot be sure if Carl Freer’s statements were genuine, or simply a delusional concoction resulting from pretended back-pain, too many drugs, and his natural propensity for dis-honesty. Time will tell.
But – always the optimist – I say that we should all give Carl Freer the benefit of the doubt once again and all hold our breath in anticipation of his, for once, doing the honourable thing. And may we all Rest In Peace!
To our friends in Dubai, “Thank You!” We are always grateful for the information sent – we would like to verify the sale of the collection.
What’s the difference between Whattopedia and Watopedia?
They sound just the same.
They both have convicted criminals as their mouthpieces.
Whattopedia is associated with convicted fraudster Stein Bagger. He received seven years imprisonment for his involvement in the IT Factory Fraud in Denmark.
Watopedia is associated wth convicted fraudster Carl Freer. He was involved in the IT Factory Fraud – the stolen funds were allegedly funnelled to him. He has been subpoenaed by the Danish authorities for his part in the fraud.
Stein Bagger’s response to the similarities in the names and spelling was, “Is that right – that is annoying! Freer is an idiot!”
Carl Freer’s response to the similarities in the name and spelling was, “I plead the 5th!”
When its was pointed out to him that he is in Dubai and not America he responded, “Is that right – that is annoying! Freer is an idiot!”
We had to agree.
So . . . what is the difference?
The difference is in the spelling. Whattopedia and Watopdedia.
It is very subtle. It is one of Carl Freer’s greatest accomplishments. If you don’t see it then we suggest that you invest all your life savings in any Carl Freer company.
Might as well bring about the inevitable as rapidly as possible, and earn yourself a Darwinian award.
Watstock, a Carl Freer company, has publicly announced that it is establishing a Hedge Fund. Only in Dubai would a known and documented liar and serial fraudster be allowed to announce the launch of a Hedge Fund. And, presumably, only in Dubai would a Government Official charged with maintaining the good name of Dubai and the King, be allowed to partner with him in the venture.
Someone who was there throughout the pitch for funds event described Carl Freer’s presentation as, “Entertaining, skilful, slick and seductive, but . . .”, he added, “. . . empty”. If he had NOT conducted his due diligence on Carl Freer he may well have been added to the list of losers that were taken in by the latest Carl Freer scam. Although it was not stated during the event, the fund has been set up as a “Two and Twenty” so that Carl Freer, no matter how much money he loses everyone else, will always be a winner. No surprise there – It’s the same basic premise as every one of his scams; and when exposed he will leave the country and relocate somewhere else – Out of reach of his business partners – Out of reach of the authorities – Out of reach of investors.
Only in Dubai . . .
So confident is Carl Freer of his chances of success in Dubai that he has lunched a new company, Intelligentia Artificial Intelligence Solutions Ltd, with new business partner Abdulla Al Mansoori.
Abdullah Al Mansoori is perfectly capable of assessing the evidence and taking a measured view. If he were able to be Carl Freer’s Business partner in isolation that would be a matter for himself.
However, he is obliged to safeguard both the integrity of his Family name, and, due to his position, that of Dubai. His judgement in this matter will come under scrutiny.
Abdullah Al Mansoori – love bombing victim
Abdullah Al Mansoori is Carl Freer’s meal ticket in Dubai. He is the one that gives Carl Freer the wasta he needs to stay out of jail, and the support he needs to pull off his scams in Dubai. We wondered who it was – now we know.
Abdullah Al Mansoori represents Dubai – the showcase for the Arab world. He is entrusted with, among other things, an important aspect of Dubai’s PR – he is Director for Corporate Support at the Government of Dubai Media Office (GDMO), and responsible for managing the Finance, Procurement, IT & Information Security, Legal and Human Capital departments of the organisation.
One would think that someone in his position would minimally do a simple google search of anyone he was going to go into business with, let alone someone he was endorsing. And with the incredible volume of documentation about Carl Freer’s scams, criminality, and convictions it is implausible that anyone who endeavoured to find the truth could fail to find that Carl Freer is untrustworthy.
Our source has told us that Abdullah Al Mansoori is not a bad man – he is just not the sharpest tool in the box. If he is unable to do the needed due diligence himself, or make sense of what he finds, he should at least get one of his staff to do some. We recommend Malek Al Malek, his Boss. Or, Abdullah Al Mansoori is more than welcome to contact us directly using the protocols we have, and we would be more than happy to provide additional, as yet un-released, information on Carl Freer.
Abdullah Al Mansoori could even contact Rachael (firstname.lastname@example.org) who is reported to have disagreements with the constant duplicity in the Carl Freer camp.
Abdullah Al Mansoori should feel no shame for having fallen for the Carl Freer love bombing he will have been subjected to. Better men than he have fallen for the wily ways of Carl Freer and believed they were his best friend, honoured to have given him the last chance he needs to make a success of life, and guaranteed a place in paradise for their generosity.
But Abdullah Al Mansoori should know for a fact that there are no happy ex-Carl Freer partners – other than Mafia connections who continue to profit from his thieving.
Think about it. What does a criminal bring to the table in Dubai? A criminal with no formal education; a criminal who has been smooth talking and scamming money out of people since he was 16; a criminal who has an unmatched and spectacular list of failed endeavours to his name; a criminal who has never made an honest dollar in his life. (Link to previous article).
Does anyone honestly think he brings a deep understanding of artificial intelligence? Or that he is someone that should be entrusted with other people’s money?
If he were a private citizen, Abdullah Al Mansoori could do what he liked. However, he is obliged to safeguard both the integrity of his Family name, and, due to his position, that of Dubai. His judgement in this matter will come under scrutiny.
Abdulla Al Mansoori is obliged to give an honest account of his business partner’s previous criminal history before seeking investment or attracting clients; and he must know that when they get scammed and seek redress for their losses, his association with a known criminal will become an issue – even in Dubai.
If common sense doesn’t work, perhaps Abdulla Al Mansoori will be saved by the Intervention of senior members of the Al Mansoori family – They could point out that a signed promissory note from Carl Freer means nothing – Having the intellectual property transferred into your name as security means nothing – Holding his share in trust until the company is profitable means nothing – These are the make-up points of the fraud – Previous partners and business associates have been given the same security and still got cheated out of millions.
We suggest he updates his linkedin page in order that Seven Capitals LLC, Savola Group, Mubadala, Audax and Quilvest Private Equity know exactly who they are dealing with.
Once again, special thanks to our growing circle of friends in Dubai.