It's a new year and I want to take this opportunity to welcome back an old (cough) friend to my blog....
Yep. The one and only.
Seems he had some time yesterday to pay us a visit. Perhaps his time would be better utilized by ensuring his customers receive the items in which they paid for instead of taking time to read my blog.
Here's a few projects that should be on his "To Do" list:
The following are in date order by project:
1. Reimburse Frank Parker the outstanding monies owed him for the order you placed for custom made Opus Bookstands. If this went to court, I suspect you would be in breach of contract and also subject to penalties or damages.
2. Reimburse approximately 100 customers (or more) the $2,100.oo each they paid for the Prince 21 Nights Opus which begain April 2009. I suspect if this went to court, Karl would also owe these customers interest on their money back to April 2009. Perhaps even penalties or damages.
3. Arrange with Sony or MJ's Estate the delivery of the outstanding The Official Michael Jackson Opus that were purchased beginning in August 2009 since your site is showing "Sold Out" stock. Your committment to me was in March 2010 to have all deliveries resolved in 10-14 days. Clearly, that committment (while reduced from outstanding Opus numbers in March) has not been met.
3b. Facilitate the precendence your company set for all MJ Opus customers who purchased the MJ Opus through Ticketmaster or Kraken Opus and will never receive the falsely advertised Opus Augmented Reality technology, by making a $20 donation for EACH customer to either a charity of their chosing OR to the same original organization, SaveJapanDolphins.org Using pre-order figures of 20,000 sold by early December 2009, this would be a minimum of $400,000.oo USD. Both issues of 3 and 3b, if they were to proceed in court, would leave the customer possibly due interest, damages, and fines/penalties lodged against Kraken Media Group (aka Kraken Opus, Opus Media Group, et al).
4. Promptly audit and address the outstanding MLB Opus deliveries which are outstanding. To date one customer has attempted to contact Kraken Opus via email AND phone, with silence returned on both accounts. They have now received a more direct means of communication with your company from me and we are all awaiting to hear the outcome. Of course, as a backup, I have provided them with additional contact information for assistance from the Major League Baseball (MLB) head offices. In the meantime I will be searching for other MLB customer who still have not received their PRE-ordered MLB Opus.
So instead of worrying about what is being posted here about yourself, let's get down to business Karl, and get these issues resolved. While I am not the law, I do know that each of these groups above have the law on their side and collectively paint a very disturbing pattern. You may be able to fool some people, but not those of us you have left in your wake. It is amazing how many people (customers and former business associates alike) find my blog and send information my way. You're not a very liked person Karl. That's sad. Your original vision was outstanding. Too bad you decided to squander it away.
But Karl, I'm not going away any time soon. In fact, I just dug my heels in deeper.