Cloudband.com never went back online, which was no surprise to RK. That's why we saved this screenshot, to remind rugDumB how dumb it truly is.
Once upon a time there was a rich fool who believed what the charlatan told him: "Invest your money with me and great things will happen".
So he invested over $500,000.
But he was not alone, the charlatan went to family and friends with the same pitch.
They chipped in almost a $1,000,000 and cloudband.com was born.
Birthing was easy for the charlatan, all that money made it so.
Expenses were expensive, especially the charlatan's salary -- as RK has heard it $10,000 a week plus expenses.
The charlatan was living high on the hog. But then the wicked witch of reality showed up and while expenses were mounting no revenue was accruing.
So the charlatan took a salary cut to $5,000 a week but that had little effect and the losses kept a comin' but no revenue did.
Things were not going well in cloudband.com land but the charlatan played it like any minute things would improve.
But they didn't, so the charlatan started working for no salary, but it was too little too late and one day all the money was gone, and clouband.com was just a memory.
However, before the virtual doors were shut many little people who were suppliers and vendors to cloudband.com came looking for payment on their invoices.
No dice there, as there was nothing left in the kitty other than the charlatan's promises.
The rich fool lost his 1/2 million$, and the charlatan's friends and family lost every penny they invested as well.
Moral of this story?
Never trust a chalatan and never, never allow the charlatan to pull the wool over yer peepers while he is cashing weekly checks that are anything but weak.
PS: for those of you who don't know who the charlatan was, let RK tell you: mr alan marcuson. And the rich fool: mr doug curtis.
Where are they today?
Belgium is where marcuson, the twice bankrupted scoundrel, hangs his hat today and present are whereabouts unknown for mr. curtis.
Easy come, easy go for them but for all the little people who went down with the cloudband.com ship? Doubt they've had it as easy.