Originally Posted by NicolasKL
Yes, it would have been poetic justice, but it never ever would have happened
and from your posts on the subject (not just in this thread) it doesn't seem like you understand that.
On another forum you said:
If av666 hadn't crashed and burned, and MLS had
remained at the helm, there still
wasn't a chance in hell the charities would have been repayed, for the reasons I've already outlined.
Ok Nick.... again, I understand where you are coming from and really don't disagree with you all that much. I think you're nit-picking over symantics. Once again, my sympathies lie with the stolen charity monies and the folks that didn't
get helped. Let me try and be a little more clear as to what I personally feel would have been the best outcome in this mess....
- Liquidate all of MLS' assets to pay back every single penny stolen from the charities first, then any pre-pays or refunds due.
- Assuming that AV123 was able to stay in business and the above actions didn't cover everything, there would have been some sort of court order or supervision over the business (without MLS at the helm or involved in any way obviously), where by a percentage of all sales would have been diverted to paying back the raffles first, then any pre-pays that have never received product or refunds - with all parties involved receiving interest.
That's it.... that's all I'm saying. Now, the way things stand, no one will receive a dime. The business itself doesn't have any assets. Unless you count the domain name which might be worth a few bucks, any office equipment left like computers, phones, copiers, printers etc. and whatever beat up, open box, scratch and dent inventory was left. Maybe all of the parts and pieces they had in DEEP STORAGE
if anyone actually found where that was.... well, they might be worth a little cash. But honestly, there just didn't seem to be much of the business left after selling off cubicle partitions on their B-Stock page a few weeks back.