e-Business calls in fraud squad?

It gets worse...

The crisis surrounding appeared to worsen today after the Times reported that the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has been called in to investigate the irregularities at the British dotcom.

Yesterday, confirmed that CEO, Stephen Laitman, had been dismissed amid allegations that he inflated usage and financial figures.

Laitman - who owns almost half of the company - has also been served with a writ for damages and his assets frozen.

Perversely, all this could work in e-district's favour.

With so much interest in the case it just might prompt people to take a look at e-district to see what all the fuss is about. Who knows, if enough people pander to their curiosity, it might even generate the high usage levels allegedly misreported by e-district. Then again... ®

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