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'Remove BVI liquidation petition against Spartan Capital or we sue for $2M,' writes 'reputation manager'

February 06, 2019 by Business Image Lift;Francis Michael Santa


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Dear Webmaster,

We are respectfully at this time contacting you on behalf of our client Spartan Capital, with respect to your URL posting as listed hereinbelow. We are at this time making a respectful request for you to REMOVE the URL as its content contains slanderous, defamatory material against our client. We have a Copyright provision below regarding these matters (see below for ease of reference).

We appreciate this initial opportunity to work with you and request your amicable cooperation in the resolution of this matter. This is especially in light of the fact that we will be filing a suit in New York if the post is not removed. We will be seeking two million dollars in damages

Not withstanding [sic] any of the foregoing, however, please allow this correspondence to serve as formal notice that our legal counsel has already commenced the preparation of a Complaint to be filed in a Court of Competent Jurisdiction against other webmasters who have chosen to irresponsibly post the above-listed URL. Please understand that at this time our client has absolutely no desire to add you as additional named Defendant in said lawsuit. We think your website gives valuable information and we do wish you NO HARM.

As such, our client is not presently interested in engaging you in protracted expensive litigation, but is more interested in an amicable resolution by having you remove the offending URL as listed hereinabove. We are sure, however, that you also understand that it is our client’s absolute intent and unwavering resolve to zealously take any and all steps necessary and require protect and preserve their reputation. We are therefore requesting your assistance in this matter as we believe that it is not your intent to recklessly cause damage to our client. We thank you for your anticipated cooperation in this regard.

Alternatively, however, please be also so advised that you will receive no further notice from this organization prior to action being taken on behalf of our client against you. in this matter consistent with the foregoing. We, therefore, trust that you will govern yourselves accordingly.


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