It cannot possibly be by accident to overstate the number by some 12 times reality. That's contemptable.
The March 14, 2007 press release is a mess, filled with so many inaccuracies it makes the truth is impossible to recognize.
You’ve said I cheated “more than 100 consumers” in the matter of overage plays.
I call BULLSHIT, Rob.
Here’s a quote from that press release now posted on your site:
The money will be used to provide refunds to consumers who would have received proceeds from the sales of their homes or land had the defendants not diverted the proceeds for their own use. Based on current information, more than 100 consumers may be entitled to receive restitution. — March 14, 2007 Press Release
Office of the Washington State AG
More than 100 consumers?
I only wish we had done a hundred overage plays, because I’d be driving a much nicer car today if that were true.
Is this sort of distortion of the truth permitted within your office?
Good grief, Rob, fight fair.
I’m looking at the updated spreadsheet right now, and the exact number?
We collected on a measely eight overage plays.
but hey, who’s counting?
I’d have to double-check with my ex-partner, but it appears that of the overage plays we completed and actually collected our profits, the number is eight, not 100.
How could your office be this far off?
It cannot possibly be by accident to overstate the number by some 12 times reality. That’s contemptable.
Get your facts right
It begs the question, if this press release is so completely and intentionally distorted, what about all the other information that comes from your office?
Can’t we assume the degree to which your office values accuracy and truthfulness is demonstrated in the March 14, 2007 press release about my case?
Scary, if true.
Your press release is nothing short of recklessness. I expect much more from the Office of the Washington State Attorney General.
The story it conveys is an ugly, blatant lie and as long as this press release remains on your site, under your signature, it’s YOUR lie, Rob.