It is so incomprehensible to understand how a company (Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing) that claims its mere existence is to help as many as possible, with help of the church, can also be so obnoxiously arrogant to believe they can manipulate the justice system to a point where they can push someone to death. After exposing the truth about Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing (FHTM) the whistleblower was sued in an attempt to shut him up and stifle his rights to freedom of speech.
If the fate of your business model rests at the hands of one individual, (not me) to the extent that you have to spend millions of dollars to try and shut him up then the system is just fatally flawed. Fix the PROBLEM not the SYMPTOM. This is all just a side effect of what you have created. I dont see the worst of the worst companies out there that act like this or have to put up with this nonsense. Whats the common denominator? Stop acting like 3rd graders and run a business for once, says Rob Jenkins.
Not only are they arrogant enough to think they have to the right to destroy Mr. Isaacs financially, but they continue, to this day, the harassment and intentional lies to the Federal courts and American Arbitration Association until he was on his death bed almost gone. Their briefs and motions totally elude any factual statements and are based on unsubstantiated speculation and outright falsities, just like the foundation of their business since 2001. For 10 years they have claimed partnerships with Fortune 500 companies, being 100% debt free, solid enterprise and a money making franchise opportunity.
When you peel the outside off of this lemon one discovers the bitterness and the exact opposite is true. Multiple AGs including North Dakota, Montana (http://spokane.bbb.org/article/kentucky-based-fortune-hi-tech-marketing-%28fhtm%29-agrees-to-settlement-with-mt-commissioner-of-securities-and-insurance-19131), Texas (https://www.oag.state.tx.us/consumer/fortune_avc.pdf) and North Carolina AG offices have investigated, prosecuted and/or fined them for operating an illegal pyramid fraud. They are also on the FTC Operations Empty Promises list of companies being investigated for illegal activities. During the settlement with Texas AG in 2011 they claimed to not have enough money to pay back the 1+ Million in restitution yet they have found the funds to persecute the whistleblower that brought it all to light.
In 2009, USA Today did an article on FHTM which laid out their legal woes and allegations of fraud.