Zer01 Sued by Former Partner Global Verge
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Are people really that STUPID!!!
As far as the money goes; If thier incompetence leads them to throw money at a fraudulent company, then they dont deserve to get it back.
The money should be given to me
If Global Verge was dumb enough to give these guys $170,000.00, they're too dumb for the money period.
Neither party is responsible with that amount of money. Basic fact checking would've solved this whole mess to begin with, such as "And what nationwide 3G HSDPA network that doesn't exist do you plan to run this on