After my mother-in-law, Peggy Smith, confirmed her suspicions that she was being deceived by Stan Cottrell, she began contacting others who have business or personal relationships with him to alert them about the deception. Some revealed that they, too, had been deceived.
She learned that Mr. Cottrell is associated with Platinum Business Group, so she contacted them on Friday, July 30, 2010 to alert them, as well.
The following Monday she received a response from the President and CEO of the firm, who claimed that a preliminary investigation had been completed – over the weekend.
The response also contained unfounded accusations besmirching my mother-in-law’s character, without revealing the source of the accusations. It also indicated the firm had “turned this matter over to our corporate legal counsel.”
It has been two weeks since the false accusations were made against my mother-in-law. I wonder what their investigation has turned up so far? I wonder how long it takes lawyers to initiate legal action?
The response also said they “expect to receive a complete retraction of your email and its implications.”
You can’t retract the truth.
I can’t wait for all this to get to court so I can swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.