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Alp
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Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 8/19/2002 8:04:14 PM

By: Lisa A Arden

I would strongly guess that Huck is no longer part of Diligizer as I KNOW FOR A FACT, he slowly, slowly, slowly became aware of what was going on, and was not willingly participating in anything crooked. He knows who Alp is.

As I have said repeatedly, I believe Alp used the alias Michel Kupfner, and was in business with Ian Burns in K & B Securities.

BTW, I am really not scared of anyone coming and murdering me in the night, but, I'm not comfortable either.



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Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011
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Posted: 8/19/2002 7:42:05 PM

By: David Marchant

Someone has sent me the link below and suggested that the 'Michel Dreyfus' mentioned in the documentation for a dubious investment prodyct is the person who posts messages as 'Alp' and who, until recently, was part of the Diligizer 'team'.

If anyone has any knwoledge of this or, indeed, of Alp's identity, please send it to me at info@offshorebusiness.com.

David Marchant


 

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