League Investors Victim & Recovery Group are a group of League victims as are many of you. Even though the mortgages on the buildings were paid, employees were not fully paid in some cases. There are now more than 200 members in our group: which is impressive considering we have been denied access to the full investor list citing “privacy concerns” Many investors have made contact through this blog, one and two members at a time. If you are a League Victim you can email the group to join at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ironically, we know that the full list is floating around, and some of you have some or all of the list in your possession. We know this because Emmanuel Arruda reached out to the investors in an email and another ex employee sent out an email blast to try to sell the recently decimated League Victims an investment.
The League Investor’s Victim & Recovery Group needs the list because the more members we have the more strength and impact we will have. Our goals are simple and transparent.
1 – Recovery of Funds
2 – Punishment of Perpetrators
3 – Prevention of Similar Crimes
We have a strategic plan to work on all the above goals.
The truth of what happened wants to come out and play. We know that many League ex-employees have information that is essential to our investigation. We also know that you cannot give out this information without great personal risk. In some cases you could lose your job, you could lose your exempt market dealer license, you could be sued and you could be “black balled” and lose your entire career. There is no whistleblower law that would protect you.
The League Investors Victim & Recovery Group knows that most of the employees did nothing wrong except do their job and earn a few bucks to feed their families. Many of you invested right along with “member partners” and believed in the company. Having said this, some of you may have been witness to events or information that seemed mysterious or unexplained at the time, but make perfect sense now in light of new information. You may have documents or emails that need to be “liberated”. You may need to speak to a person in confidence.
We need your help, but we do not want you or your career to be risked. For this reason we have come up with several ways you can make anonymous submissions. You can fax to 1-647-724-1619 from any number of corner stores or Staples. Pay cash. You can use regular mail and mail to 228 Scarborough Golf Club Road, Toronto, Ontario, M1J 3G6. This is my personal home address, so if you come over bring beer.
You can make a fake email address and email our group email@example.com. This is less secure but easy.
After our investigations our group has come to the conclusion that 99% of League employees did not know what was going on. As soon as League Employees figured out what was going on and objected in any way, they were fired by any means necessary. This is one of the major reasons why there was incredibly high staff turnover at League including the rotating door of CFOs. One of our questions is how the money was moved around and concealed.
Any little detail might be extremely important, the prizes are investor list and we would love to see the Altus Helyar valuations on League properties. I’m sure if you’ve been holding something back for a while it’s probably important. I think we can all agree that scams like League are bad for investors and bad for business in general.
Many thanks, Ex League Employees.