The Official Word: Zalman Lives, Survives $3 Billion Moneual Fraud

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LOL that is the worst PR statement as far as believability goes. it's standard practice for the courts to order the liquidation of assets of the main company, subsidiaries are the first to go on the auction block to pay the parent company's debt. this statement was made probably after appealing to the court to let them liquidate their product inventory to return money to the victims of Monueal which is also standard operating procedure. the proof will be in the retailer and e-tailers inventories and any sales promotions. if you see sales promotions of 20% or more it's a liquidation sale for an impatient court judge waiting to render a fast decision allowing for the delay on behalf of the victims trying to recover as much loss as possible.
 

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I would say it would have to be more than 20% to be called liquidation. A 20% discount is average at best in a the computer industry. But yeah, time will tell if zalman lives. I only own zalman fans so if one dies, im out $4 max lol.

LOL that is the worst PR statement as far as believability goes. it's standard practice for the courts to order the liquidation of assets of the main company, subsidiaries are the first to go on the auction block to pay the parent company's debt. this statement was made probably after appealing to the court to let them liquidate their product inventory to return money to the victims of Monueal which is also standard operating procedure. the proof will be in the retailer and e-tailers inventories and any sales promotions. if you see sales promotions of 20% or more it's a liquidation sale for an impatient court judge waiting to render a fast decision allowing for the delay on behalf of the victims trying to recover as much loss as possible.
LOL that is the worst PR statement as far as believability goes. it's standard practice for the courts to order the liquidation of assets of the main company, subsidiaries are the first to go on the auction block to pay the parent company's debt. this statement was made probably after appealing to the court to let them liquidate their product inventory to return money to the victims of Monueal which is also standard operating procedure. the proof will be in the retailer and e-tailers inventories and any sales promotions. if you see sales promotions of 20% or more it's a liquidation sale for an impatient court judge waiting to render a fast decision allowing for the delay on behalf of the victims trying to recover as much loss as possible.
 
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