While engaging in some personal due diligence, based on numerous postings across several websites (over the course of only a few days) it would seem that Bill Smith/Bobbob/Shmike/Orenthall
are the same person. You have copied and pasted the same statement but have used different aliases. Why is this?
Then in one of your posts: Posted by shmike
on Thu Apr 16, 2009
â€œHere's another one. I had to change some info so as not to blow the cover of my identityâ€
Why are you changing information?
Interesting that upon further investigation in two correspondences obtained, a Mr. Orenthal Withers <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Bill Smith <email@example.com>
(Bill S. from Madison, Wisconsin?) trying to elicit similar information; used email addresses with domains that come under the same parent company 822 Media, owners of army.com, Activv llc, and Bulldogs.com. http://www.822media.com/
Again, why the need to use aliases?
In your correspondence that you posted:
â€œNo problem, see attached. Hahah, photoshop does wondersâ€ Bill S.
Why the use of Photoshop to do â€œwondersâ€?
Additionally, I am confused to as why you put referencing links: myassuredcapital.com which does not go anywhere and tried to legitimize your claims by utilizing the popular social network of Facebook and a generic upload site filesanywhere (?) . Why couldnâ€™t you cite specific occurrences of fraud?
In this readerâ€™s opinion, this would be the M.O. of a scammer or someone with an ulterior motive. I have read that sometimes competitors post blogs, to try and boost ratings or take customers. How does the public know you are not doing this?
Where is the fraud? Where is the deception? Your links make no direct reference to the company you hold a personal gripe and tiff with.
Surely a reputable person with the utmost highest standards, solid morals and a sense of ethics will have some transparent answers for the public.