One of two things... either they did not deliver the Gen V as it will lead to jail time (illegal charity auction) while they figure out what to do OR they paid off the winner to go radio silent (to prevent said jail time).
I looked over a member's shoulder when he was on the VCA members' section today. Only one person viewing. Almost no posts in the last 4 weeks. No answers to the questions that have been out there for months. They are toast.
The gentleman that posted in the thread I put up several weeks ago about the raffle said the guy that won hasn't posted since the day he found out he won the car. I see he is online right now, so maybe he'll respond to the pm I sent.
Location: I live just north of the Pacific Northwest.
Rep Power: 14
I would assume that it's only fraud and mail fraud (international) unless they actually give up the car, the RSI TT kit was second prize? Will?
Any further word on the criminal investigations that were reported as ongoing?
Any further word on the Tax forms?
Anyone get an answer if a "Not for profit" corp is allowed to own a "For Profit corp"? I hold with the common opinion that it's probably illegal. I do wonder if CM/VPoA never paid anything to the VCA ( or at least never paid as much as the forgivable $50,000 loan he started his business with) it's possible it could be legal?
215mph on pumpgas in about .8 miles TT . 181mph Roe blown GTS mile.
For the record: it is perfectly legal for a NP to own a FP business. The 50K is an investment in VPoA, not a loan. Difference? There is no recourse for a bad investment. There are legal remedies available to collect on a loan.
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