Much to my surprise, when I marketed precious metals for Larry Bates’ business, FAMC, in May, 2009, he took customers’ funds and then either took many months to deliver their products or didn’t delivered them at all. When I slowly became aware of this chicanery, I promptly resigned my position with FAMC.
Many customers and I retained a lawyer to help us receive our refunds. Thank God, every person I sold anything to, with the help of my attorney, finally got their metals– but some didn’t obtain them until the 29th day after the 30th day of the attorney’s letter. To this day, he still owes me some cash. Is this Christian behavior? Not at all!
People continually inquire about the status of the class-action law suit that was filed on FAMC late last year. As legal issues often take time, all I can confirm at this point is that the suit is still moving forward in the law courts.
If there are any victims that have actually not received exactly what they ordered or who wound up with inferior items-please contact me immediately. We will certainly include you in the class-action suit.
Anyone who still needs a lawyer to get their cash or metals, contact us as well. Additionally, anyone who lost funds as a result of transaction problems with Bates and FAMC contact us, too. For example, if he refunded your costs but only after the value of what you had bought fell– contact us, too. We will add your name to the list of victims.
Those that have directly worked with my company, Unreported World News, have all received their metals quickly and at a completely fair market price.
Some of you may have seen the defamatory letter that Bates has been circulating about me. It is full of falsehoods. Why doesn’t he just do just what is right, repent, and pay everybody he is obligated to repay?
Sadly, Bates and his radio and TV shows target many senior citizens who do not even have a computer so they cannot access the internet to research him before they buy from him. The least I could do is share my story.
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