Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Andrei Talk about a dirty scam

Interesting article
Talk about a dirty scam.

US prosecutors in Florida say at least three people working for a septic tank company duped customers into buying about US$1 million (NZ$1.33m) in unnecessary products — in some cases enough toilet paper to last more than 70 years.

Voters in New Zealand say about 120 people working in a debating chamber duped citizens into buying $NZ105 billion in unnecessary products - carbon credits

More than a dozen customers were told they needed special toilet paper to avoid ruining their septic tanks because the federal government changed regulations on toilet paper. The federal government does not regulate septic tank products.

More than four million citizens were told they needed carbon credits to avoid ruining the planet because the government says so. The government regulates the sale of unnecessary products.

The trio pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiring to commit wire fraud

The 120 pleaded to be reelected

The Miami Herald reported that they worked for FBK Products.

New Zealand Conservative reported that they worked for National, Labour and the Greens.

The trio face up to two decades in prison when they are sentenced in February.

The majority of the 120 face another 3 years of guaranteed employment at salary well above the average National income working on refinements to their scheme

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