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.