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posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 01:58 AM
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I'd like to know what industries members of this site would like to hear "inside stories" about, whether it is general information to extreme issues like price fixing, criminal acts, creating artificial shortages, collusion between companies, etc. Think of it as what industry would you want a "whistle-blower" to expose all the dirty laundry of the industry. I'm naming some industries or biz's and some aspects of them. Please list some that you you would be interested to get the "dirt" on.

I know that government would be one of the top ones people would want to see. I'll post some others that I would really like to hear the low down or "get the dirt on"

Pharmacies
Big Pharma (drug manufacturers & medical devices)
Hospital billing
Medical insurance companies
Drug distributors (middle men between manufacturer,
PBM's - Pharmacy benefit management companies
Nursing homes & geriatric care providers

Agenda's in Hollywood (liberal indoctrination, anti-white, NWO symbology, anti-christian, anti-conservative, etc)
promotion of sex, homosexuality, transvestites, pedophilia

Global Human trafficking - child sex trafficking & possibly ritualistic murder

Prison system
Mental health system

ISP's - Broadband providers - DSL, Cable, Fiber-optic & satellite
Cell phone providers
For voice plans
for Data plans (3g, LTE 4g, 4g and 5g)
Cable providers
Telephone companies

Health care - GP's, Nurses, In home care
-Senior care - nursing home, in home pre-nursing home care - Hospice?

Military (Army, Navy, Air force, Coast Guard, Marines)
FBI, CIA, NSA, NRO, DEA, BAFT, CBP/ICE and so many more - etc

MSM & Journalism

Google & everything they touch

Banking – commercial and investment, offshoring, tax shelters

Tesla
Judiciary (from local magistrates, country judges, state superier/supreme court, & all federal judges)

Foster care system
Planned Parenthood
Social Services
Universities - from tuition, R&B, faculty, professors (tenured especially), sports in colleges (esp D1), R&D money, endowment (some havfe $25-40 BILLION endowments and still get $500 million in research grants a year not to mention pell grants for students, financial aid, etc

Pay-day loans

Coputer hardware (Intel, Samsung, AMD, Texas Instruments, etc)
Software companies (OS manufacturers & software) - Microsoft, Apple, Linux (open source community), Anti-virus industry, malware industry, ransomeware industry

Crypto currency

Climate science - look at professors who have been blackballed,


PC in schools - the indoctrination of children with todays teachings

GMO's - crops getting into foods that are supposed to be natural or even organic

Organic - what's the real scoop - why do we find pesticides (non organic)

Weed killers/pesticides - 2,4-D (part of agent orange), glyphosate, etc

EMS, fire, police response - misuse of these systems. calling b/c they want company.
using narcan on people with 4-50 previous OD's.
Who pays for the Narcan

How do teachers feel having to teach sex ed or biology when they introduce "trans" or god only knows what is next).

Social media - Facebook (and all their other sucsidies), linkedin, etc. What else

Google Maps street view going back private roads or peerig over fences

FISA requests - complaints about those who submit these things & why some are completely rejected for vague reasons.

Prosecution teams withholding (or destroying) exculpatory evidence that could free person on trial

Police - what they deal with, reports of corruption, things they don't like, etc

Abuse of government $$, spending lavishly for various things.

End of Net neutrality

Government corruption in any local, state or fed government (give each state a section, then within the state, a region - maybe break it down into congressional districts?

Voter fraud or issues at the polling stations

Media bias (Network news, PBS, Cable news, Radio, print, online)

Facebooks role in manipulating people through keeping them in a bubble to keep them online longer to garner more ad revenue (through clicks)
let's find a way to always click on the ads but send all the data from the ad link to the /dev/null folder

Calculate the # of stories on women vs men, straigt vs gay, minority vs "majority" on NPR. Also listen to the hosts & guests, find out numbers/ratios of these demographics. IS the host gay or trans? Is the guest black, white , Asian, Latino? Are they an illegal or legal US citizen. Do a breakdown of everyone on the shows of race, ethnicity, political affiliation, etc & see if the host acts differently with various guests.

Find out what insiders are hearig about DACA and other current political information.

Steroids in sports - high school (and lower), college, Pro. Is there a need for across the board testing? Prices have come down considerably - let's find a company that can do the testing (or provide kits) for a good price. There must be an un-connected bystander while the sample is being collected (no strap on penis) If a nurse must be there, then so be it.

Youtube - Everything - censorship, pedophilia/sexulaization of teens

Facebook - selling data, profiling people, how are they going to get all the data they have already sold, back from the buyers?
Are they politcally biased

Twitter - banning people

Amazon - working conditions

MLM - inside scoop on pyramid schemes, multi-level marketing, etc

Secondary eduction - where they tell you you will make XXXXX$ (say $100,000 starting salary for XXX degree) and when you get out of school,IF you find a job, maybe you are making $30-45K
sexism within schools - females getting preferential treatment especially by make professors. Sexual advances from professors

Amount of money and resources spent on illegals (talk to local gov's who issue state ID's, driver's licences, etc. Putting them on houseing assistance, SNAP, LiHEAP (winter fuel oil or utility compensation), subsidizing internet services & cell phones, land lines, etc

Grocery stores - amount of food wasted & other things of interest

The real look at solar/wind industry from people working inthe industry (do the products last as long as reported? Have most companies gone bankrupt since purchasing the equipment (this happens very often where a $20.000-100,000 solar install with a 25-30 year warranty - becomes useless when the company goes bankrupt (this happens MUCH more often than you think). Panels meant to last 25-30 years starting to fail at high rate at 4-8 years with to one to hold responsible let alond get a replacement

Department of transportation (all states). Where to begin. Jobs taking 10-15x longer with state employees vs when the same job is contracted out.


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posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 01:59 AM
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Nuclear industry - is the industry not really making a profit anymore, or are they just not making obscene profits as they were before (say previously they were making 30-40% profit a year, they could still be operable and profitable at 5-15% but are they entitled to keep getting the same profits as before, or is it greed - ESPECIALLY after receiving SO MUCH state and federal grants, loans, etc (often interest free IIRC) - so are they spoiled after getting such high returns, or are they TRULY unprofitable.

Inside view of school districts by teachers and staff - We want to hear what they have to say about the current curriculum's, if they work, if the teachers/students like the methodology, or do they hate it - Find out why they think test scores are so bad and kids are learning extremely liberal viewpoints. Ask for suggestions on fixes.

FDA, EPA, CDC
Cyber security within the US

Political Action Committees - what goes on, how much effect do they have on people's opinions,



Racism in politics, police force (and fire/EMS), military, etc

Pricing on pharmaceuticals - especially the expensive ones

Walmart - howthey treat employees (do they pay a living wage?) do they treat people as humans of just a slave todo as they are told?
All other retail (Target, Best Buy, Lowes, Home Depot, Dicks, Bed, Bath & Beyond, etc)

Disney
Largest Hollywood studios
Teh major radio station conglomerates
Consolidation between production studios, ISP’s, Telco’s, TV networks & distribution companies

Whole foods, Wegmans, other big name supermarkets/grocery stores.

Precious metal sellers (especially those who advertise online, on AM radio

Survival preparedness foods, vitamins, etc

Supplement industry (one of the largest unregulated industries in the world). These can do major damage or even cause death.

Well, that's what I got on issues I'd like to hear the perspective from insiders think about this as whistle blowers



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 04:10 AM
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a reply to: DigginFoTroof

You've mentioned just about everything apart from de Beers and the diamond market;

The Cartel Isn't Forever



HOW much turmoil can the diamond industry sustain without shattering? On July 13th (2004) in an Ohio court De Beers, the world's largest producer of rough stones, finally pleaded guilty to charges of price-fixing of industrial diamonds and agreed to pay a $10m fine, thereby ending a 60-year-long impasse.


Great idea for a thread, S&F





posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 04:30 AM
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I would like to hear about Boeing/Lockheed, like how ULA was formed specifically because it would allow them to inflate the prices of the launch market for mutual gain due to creating a monopoly of the US launch market.

www.ftc.gov...
This of course was settled out of court and allowed.

I have been reading into this off an on for some time as when ever I see hit pieces on certain new launch providers, the authors almost always are related to or have worked for Boeing and or Lockheed.



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 04:41 AM
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Well as soon as I started listing things they just seemed to keep rolling out of my head. I really need anyone who has ideas to suggest them, b/c I'm working on a big project where I'm going to try to get information on as many of these topics as possible and hopefully publish them, either in print or at least online.


Another thing I was thinking of is the re-writing of history, the vilinization of European settlers and the industry of racial hatred that has sprung up around this. The attack on CIS white conservative males (esp by the media and it DOES seem like many black & Latino politicians - in addition to normal people).


-The lack of detailed collection of disappearances of people in state and national parks (very high numbers)

-The medical marijuana industry, especially by those who are established like in Ca and Co - in addition to black market suppliers. The issue that these companies can't get accounts with banks due to interstate commerce laws (federal) which means assets could be seized at any time.

-The dumbing down of our children with K-12 curriculum

-Teachers teaching in inner city schools, especially cross race relationships

-Cost of college - inflating the estimated salary which they tell students to expect upon graduation (they don't even tell them there are few jobs, if any for people with no experience).
-The entire college loan repayment issue
-The true quality and qualifications of college professors (are they so bad that they couldn't make it in the business world?)

programming
-The reports that blacks and Latinos claim racial discrimination when applying for loans to buy houses or fix up a house. banks say it is 100% based on credit score & previous financial history - there isn't even a race question on the questionnaire (they still get declined when applying online when people can't see their race).

-Addiction counseling, counseling of millennials Y gen Z

-Write to repair - Apple & other companies - not allowing people to fix their own devices - along with built in backdoors (publicly known) and the real deal behind the "patches/upgrades" that slow down the devices to force upgrades

-Healthcare in Canada, UK, Denmark, Sweden, Norway & other socialized countries. Just watch the show "999 what's your emergency" (UK show). They are SEVERELY understaffed for ambulance drivers (could use 2-3x as many). People calling 999 (US 911) for things like needing a massage, stubbing their toe, can't reach the remote - but they lie about these reasons and give other reasons to get people out there. The UK system is SO severely under-budgeted for the current strain - people using 999 instead of going to the primary care doctor (or even driving/walking 2 blocks to the hospital!!). This should/can't EVER happen in the US or 911 would be completely useless.
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posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 04:47 AM
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a reply to: DigginFoTroof

This is a joke, right?

Honestly, you have just written a list of the sins of all human beings, including yourself as an accountable voter. I wonder what naughty things you have done in your life and if you were in the position where you had all that responsibility for workers and wanted to get on in life would you have behaved any differently?

I don't believe you would have behaved any differently. None of those who are blaming everything else for their woes would behave any differently. The evidence suggests to me they would behave a hell of a lot worse. I believe they would behave so savagely and do stuff like castrate child abusers even before appeals (ho ho), I think they would bring back capital punishment and be no better than ISIS at their worst when there is no law to stop you being a depraved monster.

I do not think like you in terms of looking for somebody to blame. I look at myself and deal with that because that is plenty to be getting on with. This blame game and judgement that is so in vogue right now is inspired by a very nasty little demon indeed who has a big hot pitch fork. It will of course lead to you being held as accountable as you hold others accountable. Those stones will come flying back at you, I assure you.

Yes, we keep an eye on operations and deal with breakers of the law. If you examine nearly all industry, their past too, you will discover they are not actually breaking any laws. They might be breaking your laws, but it is not all about you.

Say industry was a woman who committed adultery and all you lot were standing around her with stones I would ask you the same question as the Teacher asked you before - well then you who is without sin throw the first stone!

It is a tough world, not yet civilized because of the human tendency to act like a brute as in judging everything like a regular little inquisitor. Let the magistrate judge, who we employ to make our decisions. I trust that well enough for now, but I will never trust the lynch mob with this. They would be hanging people in the streets, Jews first, if you let them - within a matter of days!


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posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 06:23 AM
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Nice idea.

I think when we look around pretty much all industry is corrupt and bending the laws to suit in some way.

Generally, in my experience, any EU industry governed by a Regulation or major Directive has corruption right at the top. That's how big market players gain an advantage in many areas, not all but many.

A post above has suggested you are in the wrong and that these industries are working within laws. It's funny how educated and informed perspectives differ from emotional opinions.

Here is some evidence to back up your OP:

Pay Day Loan Companies Break Competition Laws

Prison Workers Break the Law and Enable Corruption

UK MP Expense Scandal

I could go on FOREVER.

Ooh I just remembered VolksWagen breaking the law BIG TIME with their emissions nonsense.



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 07:28 AM
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a reply to: DigginFoTroof

You mentioned medical insurance, but what about property, casualty, & life insurance?

This is a great idea for a thread... I'm intrigued about the project you're working on. Please keep us posted!



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 08:25 AM
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originally posted by: and14263
Nice idea.

I think when we look around pretty much all industry is corrupt and bending the laws to suit in some way.

Generally, in my experience, any EU industry governed by a Regulation or major Directive has corruption right at the top. That's how big market players gain an advantage in many areas, not all but many.

A post above has suggested you are in the wrong and that these industries are working within laws. It's funny how educated and informed perspectives differ from emotional opinions.

Here is some evidence to back up your OP:

Pay Day Loan Companies Break Competition Laws

Prison Workers Break the Law and Enable Corruption

UK MP Expense Scandal

I could go on FOREVER.

Ooh I just remembered VolksWagen breaking the law BIG TIME with their emissions nonsense.


Is this a joke? Seriously. I'm not necessarily talking about 100% illegal things, but also VERY unethical things as well, or things which are not yet regulated but most everyone would agree that regulation would be a good idea (think of those synthetic drugs like Spice, bath salts, etc, as well as MANY other things.)

Do you really think that the UK healthcare system isn't about to be on the breaking point? Are you serious? Do you watch/listen to BBC, watch panorama or about 10 other British news programs? I take notes while I watch them, often word for word, and I can tell you that over the last 18 moths I would say that about 10% of people like the NHS (and none of those are care providers or politicians). I wonder if you aren't stuck in some kind of propaganda bubble created by your own country. The reason I say that is b/c the same thing happens to lots/most of the people in the US where they are not aware of the truth b/c it isn't represented accurately ad even outright lies (or by omission) on TV/radio/newspapers at times


I was also pointing out industries where there are major problems from either corruption (bribes/kickbacks/dark money), quid pro quo, and a LONG range of other things.

Maybe in the US Payday loans arent illegal (even though they charge 242.9% APR!) that is a morality issue, especially when they offer loan after loan to people who could NEVER afford to pay it back, and they know that - many help the customer cheat on the application.

For all those you say "aren't illegal", well that is your opinion, and there are many industry insiders who say people are actively breaking the law to entrap people into becoming wage slaves.



I should have added San Francisco Trauma center (Zuckerberg General) who has refused all private insurance, only accepting medicade/care so people are stuck with HUGE bills ($5-10,000 for a 90 minute ER visit with just BP, and brief physical and a check-in with the doctor), even though they have very good private insurance. The goal of the hospital is to fleece the "middle class" to pay for the indigent and illegals who walk out on bills. So they stop taking normal insurance so you have to pay 100% out of pocket (which can be 20-90% more than what the insurance company would be charged). This money goes into their coffers to pay for people who aren't supposed to be there in the first place. On top of that Zuckerberg Gen is the ONLY trauma hospital in San Fran - so they get the vast majority of people in critical condition (ICU) and those bills can be $200,000 to $500,000 after their 1-3 day stay ICU is over - and that has to be paid of pocket!

Now that might not be illegal,but it is something that an insider needs to speak up and tell others how they feel.

Another case is that some insurance companies (usually through their employers) are being forced to use specific pharmacies (some 30-50 mins from where people live - if not more). If they choose "out of network pharmacy" they pay full price out of pocket!.. Supposedly that isn't illegal, but this is another thing that people need to come forward and tell the public what the F^ck is going on with this.

I've got about 100+ others somewhere in my notebook (yes I still write in notebooks - it's easier to take shorthand notes.

If you think I listed something that isn't correct, please spell it out clearly, why you think this, what I said about it, and why it isn't true - then give me some links. Otherwise I'll just think you got your feelings hurt about your precious NHS (which is HUGELY subsidized by US pharmaceuticals (many of your drugs are 1/16 to 1/3 of the same drug, from the same company, sold in the US). This was allowed because of the ACA, which was partly created to prop up the socialized medicine countries while american's prices have gone through the roof (even cash prices for drugs, some are 4-15x higher than 9 years ago! THANKS OBAMA!!!)


***Another thing we need to find out is the prices other countries are paying for the same drugs being sold in the US (by the same manufacturer - so they are identical). Are we subsidizing European socialized healthcare so they can get reduced drug rates?
Why is the cash price for drugs higher ( by A LOT) than the price the insurance company pays - sometimes it is 50% to 3-400% higher if paying cash!!. Why have drug prices increased so much since the ACA was implemented also at the same time co-pays went up (the first 2 years they were low, they they skyrocketed along with premiums (220% premium increase for single white "pretty healthy" early 30's male".


How do healthcare providers guarantee that their systems aren't going to be hacked and they loose all their patient files (or at least a hacker would have full access to them) What would be the recourse for the patients? How are they protecting this data within their networks? Can we demand to not have any of our records digitized?


All rights reserved, lol



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 08:47 AM
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I did think about them, but am pretty ignorant on most of them besides medical. Can you maybe post some of your concerns about these?



Let's take home owners. At the Malibu fire, I know someone who had a "nice house" (it's not typical high end Malibu, it's older style, almost farm-like, but they made it beautiful inside and it is an amazing house. But they have fire insurance and everything that goes a long with it. These people have the belongings of a family of hoarders (much of it was from both of their works - movies, TV, research & kids/family stuff). They weren't hit by the fire, but they complained about "smoke damage" which made it "unlivable" for months (even though my family who visited 4-5 days after the fire) barely notices a smoke smell. Well the insurance which was for a very large amount to cover all the hoarded materials (things people would never user/wear again, and much of it was old, in questionable condition, etc) and the insurance company is obligated to pay for cleaning of ALL the materials in this house (every wall has shelving floor to ceiling plus lots of deep closets of Stuff, huge walk-in closets STUFFED full of stuff, etc, etc ,etc). The estimate for the removal of smell was well over $1million not counting other issues like hotel stay (of equal housing accommodations - VERY expensive due to location) and so many other ways to milk the insurance companies out of vast sums of $$. I'd bet if you sold their stuff at a yard sale if you collected $2000-4000 you would be VERY lucky, so how can they pay $1 million to clean it. I guarantee there is fraud going on here.

Look at the company that stated back in late 70's early 80's called "Zeeee Best cleaners" it started just south of LA I think and the guy, Barry Minkow - ended up creating a ponzi scheme while also committing insurance fraud on a daily basis (on building rehab after fire & floods. he did cleaning like this (after fires or water damage) where they billed for work not done - or absolute minimum, pocketing many millions a week. The film is called "Con Man" (released 2018) and I think this is what is happening in Malibu as we speak - they are all getting millions for the "smoke damage" from the fires. So many of these people were having financial difficulties, were upside down in their mortgage payments, etc. There needs to be a special investigator to look into all of this. There is one VERY big bombshell I'm withholding about this whole situation, complete with video's and pictures from people who live in the community and I'll only release this if I find someone who is really digging into the situation. Everyone on this site dismisses others so quickly, so I'm not wasting this on the people on this board (no offense to the "good guys" / non trolls).

I'm not going to accuse family, but last time I was there they were having large fights about $$, wife spent like it grew on trees among taking extended vacations around the world, not working, and everything else (while husband slaved away paying for daughter's college - very pricey as well).



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 09:00 AM
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Every industry has it's dirty under belly....

It isn't so much the industries but that individual people can be greedy and unethical.

No industry is perfect and without fault.



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 09:01 AM
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originally posted by: DigginFoTroof
I did think about them, but am pretty ignorant on most of them besides medical. Can you maybe post some of your concerns about these?



Let's take home owners. At the Malibu fire, I know someone who had a "nice house" (it's not typical high end Malibu, it's older style, almost farm-like, but they made it beautiful inside and it is an amazing house. But they have fire insurance and everything that goes a long with it. These people have the belongings of a family of hoarders (much of it was from both of their works - movies, TV, research & kids/family stuff). They weren't hit by the fire, but they complained about "smoke damage" which made it "unlivable" for months (even though my family who visited 4-5 days after the fire) barely notices a smoke smell. Well the insurance which was for a very large amount to cover all the hoarded materials (things people would never user/wear again, and much of it was old, in questionable condition, etc) and the insurance company is obligated to pay for cleaning of ALL the materials in this house (every wall has shelving floor to ceiling plus lots of deep closets of Stuff, huge walk-in closets STUFFED full of stuff, etc, etc ,etc). The estimate for the removal of smell was well over $1million not counting other issues like hotel stay (of equal housing accommodations - VERY expensive due to location) and so many other ways to milk the insurance companies out of vast sums of $$. I'd bet if you sold their stuff at a yard sale if you collected $2000-4000 you would be VERY lucky, so how can they pay $1 million to clean it. I guarantee there is fraud going on here.

Look at the company that stated back in late 70's early 80's called "Zeeee Best cleaners" it started just south of LA I think and the guy, Barry Minkow - ended up creating a ponzi scheme while also committing insurance fraud on a daily basis (on building rehab after fire & floods. he did cleaning like this (after fires or water damage) where they billed for work not done - or absolute minimum, pocketing many millions a week. The film is called "Con Man" (released 2018) and I think this is what is happening in Malibu as we speak - they are all getting millions for the "smoke damage" from the fires. So many of these people were having financial difficulties, were upside down in their mortgage payments, etc. There needs to be a special investigator to look into all of this. There is one VERY big bombshell I'm withholding about this whole situation, complete with video's and pictures from people who live in the community and I'll only release this if I find someone who is really digging into the situation. Everyone on this site dismisses others so quickly, so I'm not wasting this on the people on this board (no offense to the "good guys" / non trolls).

I'm not going to accuse family, but last time I was there they were having large fights about $$, wife spent like it grew on trees among taking extended vacations around the world, not working, and everything else (while husband slaved away paying for daughter's college - very pricey as well).



People like that are why insurance is expensive and insurance companies are hesitant to pay claims...



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 10:03 AM
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originally posted by: Edumakated

originally posted by: DigginFoTroof
I did think about them, but am pretty ignorant on most of them besides medical. Can you maybe post some of your concerns about these?



Let's take home owners. At the Malibu fire, I know someone who had a "nice house" (it's not typical high end Malibu, it's older style, almost farm-like, but they made it beautiful inside and it is an amazing house. But they have fire insurance and everything that goes a long with it. These people have the belongings of a family of hoarders (much of it was from both of their works - movies, TV, research & kids/family stuff). They weren't hit by the fire, but they complained about "smoke damage" which made it "unlivable" for months (even though my family who visited 4-5 days after the fire) barely notices a smoke smell. Well the insurance which was for a very large amount to cover all the hoarded materials (things people would never user/wear again, and much of it was old, in questionable condition, etc) and the insurance company is obligated to pay for cleaning of ALL the materials in this house (every wall has shelving floor to ceiling plus lots of deep closets of Stuff, huge walk-in closets STUFFED full of stuff, etc, etc ,etc). The estimate for the removal of smell was well over $1million not counting other issues like hotel stay (of equal housing accommodations - VERY expensive due to location) and so many other ways to milk the insurance companies out of vast sums of $$. I'd bet if you sold their stuff at a yard sale if you collected $2000-4000 you would be VERY lucky, so how can they pay $1 million to clean it. I guarantee there is fraud going on here.

Look at the company that stated back in late 70's early 80's called "Zeeee Best cleaners" it started just south of LA I think and the guy, Barry Minkow - ended up creating a ponzi scheme while also committing insurance fraud on a daily basis (on building rehab after fire & floods. he did cleaning like this (after fires or water damage) where they billed for work not done - or absolute minimum, pocketing many millions a week. The film is called "Con Man" (released 2018) and I think this is what is happening in Malibu as we speak - they are all getting millions for the "smoke damage" from the fires. So many of these people were having financial difficulties, were upside down in their mortgage payments, etc. There needs to be a special investigator to look into all of this. There is one VERY big bombshell I'm withholding about this whole situation, complete with video's and pictures from people who live in the community and I'll only release this if I find someone who is really digging into the situation. Everyone on this site dismisses others so quickly, so I'm not wasting this on the people on this board (no offense to the "good guys" / non trolls).

I'm not going to accuse family, but last time I was there they were having large fights about $$, wife spent like it grew on trees among taking extended vacations around the world, not working, and everything else (while husband slaved away paying for daughter's college - very pricey as well).



People like that are why insurance is expensive and insurance companies are hesitant to pay claims...


IDK if you are saying "people" as singular or not, but how about an entire 2.5sq miles of homes making the same claim. When I heard of this issue and they were telling me the stuff that they were so upset about (think of a Halloween costume from the mid 1970's - maybe valued at $10,000, because it is made up of parts of a really old designer dress/clothing - something that will NEVER be worn again and they probably got it for free when the movie shoot was done - then cut it up for a costume..) Now multiply that by 30-50 items and then "rare books" which people buy for $.25 each at library sales, but since they are old, well you know, they are CRAZY valuable - they had an intimate relationship with those items!!!!



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 09:06 PM
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... I used to work for insurance companies researching cases of possible fraud.

I would "volunteer" to ... help ( read get paid extensively), and get a paid vacation in Hawaii.

But really, I left that line of work for a reason. Pay wasn't really all that good, weird hours, high stress, high liability. But if I could be a legitimate Magnum PI all bets are off.



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