Only about five days after dutifully exposing a contest scam perpetrated against my sister and I in my post, “Contest Scam Perpetrated By Colorado-Based ‘A Mile Higher Marijuana” Company‘,” the following correspondence, between the company owner, Benn Dunn, and myself, took place through Facebook private messenger…
Contest Scam Perpetrator, Ben Dunn, and his company, “A Mile Higher Marijuana”
On April 23, at 11:16 pm (EST), Benn Dunn sent me the following private message through Facebook:
“You have no right first to use my company logo for your.personal use second.use my personal photo with,no permission.,my lawyers have been contacted and youwill be getting sued for as much as my lawyers think.we.can get. Keep harassing me. Its all good that was also told,to stoo,multiple times.and hasn’t. Maybe you should read up on laws. Im,gonna get ya for.everything i can as of,now”
At 11:34 pm (EST), I replied to Ben with the following private message through Facebook:
LOL. You took advantage of me, and now you want to whine about the law!? Grow a beard! Truth is an absolute defense against your whiny complaints. You MUST be exposed so that I can protect the public from your scams.
The next day, on April 24th, at 3:47 am (EST), Ben sent me the following reply through private messenger on Facebook:
Keep on keepin on by all,means,my lawyars will be in contacts soon just for breaking privacy laws and using LLC logos from companies and people personal info without permission. At this point i dont care if i get 50 from you and nothing more then the satisfaction that the harassment will be ended
At 3:48 am, Ben continued his reply to me through private messenger on Facebook:
And so you know its call pergery
At 6:47 am (EST), I sent Ben the following reply through private messenger on Facebook:
I don’t need your permission to expose you and your company for fraud. You’re a criminal, and the only right you have is to remain silent.
At 6:58 am (EST), Ben sent me the following reply through private messenger on Facebook:
Say whatever words.you want. It is illegal to use our logo and my personal picture. Look into the law if.youd like my lawyats already have you have your freedom of speech so say what you want thats legal by all,means but,by using an LLC logo and Personal picture without permission is pergery harassment and my lawyats are looking into everything else i can sue.you for
At 6:59 am (EST), Ben continued his reply to me through private messenger on Facebook:
And unlike you i do have the funds and means to take you to court and.sue you.for.this
At 7:50 am (EST), I sent Ben the following reply through private messenger on Facebook:
Spare me the whining about your image. If you really had as much concern for it as you now pretend, you wouldn’t have sullied it by scamming my sister and I. Rest assured that the truth won’t be bullied into silence by the likes of some credibility-free, amateur scam-artist like yourself. And, don’t bother explaining the system to me, Mr. Law Expert. You should know well that I don’t need funds to sue you in court, as I have a perfectly legitimate small claim against you, which is an action that requires no lawyer, and just a tiny filing fee. I choose to expose you, instead of suing you just yet, because I believe in the social justice of shame. However, I’d be very amused if you brought me to court on any issue regarding this dispute, because it would hand me yet another stage with which to bring to light your criminality upon, while you would also finally be held financially liable for the prize you chose to breech on awarding my sister and I upon my dispute of your case! So, go ahead and spend money on a lawyer, in lieu of rectifying what became a contest scam that was hosted by your company. With you being the only guilty party involved, you’ll find yourself in dire need of such legal services as soon as you start out on your fantasy-based court case!
After my last reply, Ben did not write back to me, again.