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Andy Esquivel brags about stealing $175,000!!!

Posted on April 11, 2013 in Andy's Threats Trial Updates

Andy Esquivel

As we get closer to trial, it helps to understand the scale of the scams Andy Esquivel has been perpetrating for the last three years.  In order to help the readers of this blog understand the extent of Andy’s crimes, I’d like to share the following email [PDF] which Andy sent in April of 2011.  In this email, Andy Esquivel actually brags about having stolen $175,000 from “investors” in Xtagged.  Note, Andy does not call them “owners”, but INVESTORS!  That is an important thing to observe because up until now the main argument in Andy’s purported legal defense has been the notion that he “never took no investors” and “never sold no securities” and that in fact all of the people who gave him money for shares in Xtagged were “owners”…which is effectively another way of saying the exact same thing.

Here’s an excerpt from the email:

The day I took you to Leonard Shar
remember… and Leonard didn’t want to talk to
you and you just went back and met him. Why
would he not want to hear your testimony bro
look what happened to you Shar when your
colleagues found the blogs about the S.E.C and
Andy the scammer. I only had $175,000 in
investors big deal that was my budget for
three years www.bump.com has put 1.1 million
in to bump in one year bro!!! Shar that day you
went to Leonard’s office he had told me that
the S.E.C did not even start a investigation…
Seven moths later!!!!!

If you ask me, it looks like Andy needs to get his story straight before he tells it to the judge.  Were these people ‘investors’ or were they ‘owners’ or does it really make a difference?  If Andy has any hope of getting this case thrown out before May 14th, then he probably needs to review his email and make sure he hasn’t spammed anything to the world that is going to contradict his witness testimony on June 12th.

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