- Report: #921048
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Tigerdirect.com CompUSA Systemax.com
Tigerdirect.com CompUSA Systemax.com7795 West Flagle Internet United States of America
Tigerdirect.com CompUSA Systemax.com Tigerdirect/Retail-CompUSA parent company Systemax (public trade company NYSE: SYX www.tigerdirect.com, www.systemax.com) A Public Trade Company employee take bribe (systemax NYSE: SYX,tigerdirect) Internet
*General Comment: Legal Notice to Consumersanonymous
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Diablotek- Jerry Lin- Responding to malicious defamation
From the rumors I have heard--one of the Senior Purchaser Mr. Howard Wu (Howard.Wu@syx.com)
from Tigerdirect/Retail-CompUSA parent company Systemax (public trade company NYSE: SYX www.tigerdirect.com, www.systemax.com) along with Devana Johnson, who handles power supplies and cases, takes a bribe from the owner of Diablotek International name Mr. Jerry Lin (email@example.com (Diablotek.com) According to the rumors, Mr. Howard Wu purchases Jerry Lins company product brand (Diablotek/MSI chassis) to combo most of the Tigerdirect/Systemax top system
build SKU, which is for high quantity. The combine bribe estimate amount is $97,000 US dollar within a period of 2011 to 2012.
FBI is considering an investigation of both party member Howard Wu of Systemax/Tigerdirect and Jerry Lin of Diablotek international for Unfair Business Practices of bribery through Tiger Direct and Systemax NYSE: SYX, Retail CompUSA. [continued below]....
Jerry Lin of Diablotek International is paying Howard Wu of Tiger Direct NYSE: SYX half-a-dollar, per-unit under the table,
every time he places an order. All dollar amount paid under the table goes directly to Mr. Howard Wus personal bank account. All we know that this is against our law and has to be consider as illegal bribes.
Mr. Howard Wu bribes required of placing an order and bundling with a system with following brand, which is Jerry Lins company:
Diablotek international -case and power supply- brand name Diablotek
Pro-Com is an indirect company of Mr. Jerry Lin, which also bought Licenses to use MSI brand name for chassis.
To confirm this rumor ask Tiger direct/Systemax NYSE: SYX to show history when Howard Wu was handling Tiger direct/Systemax account as a Purchaser , and see if he has been placing large order from Diablotek International and MSI chassis.
At that time no one was willing to carry large quantity of MSI case especially if products/item does not have any sales history and consumers price is high. But since there is a bribe involved with Tiger direct/Systemax NYSE: SYX, they are motivated to take a risk.
This email has been sent to: other Tiger Direct/Systemax Member, FBI, local news, and consumers, for investigation to see what is really going on.
If you are a consumers and feel a public trade company Tiger Direct/Systemax NYSE: SYX and other big company is wrong on hiring these employee that sell unfair products to us the consumers, base on how big the bribe.which is illegal
Forward this mail to your friends and let the people know!!!
Unfair Business Practices of Bribery is Wrong and unfair for consumers and is illegal
Information has been submitted to https://tips.fbi.gov/
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/01/2012 03:29 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Tigerdirectcom-CompUSA-Systemaxcom/internet/Tigerdirectcom-CompUSA-Systemaxcom-TigerdirectRetail-CompUSA-parent-company-Systemax-p-921048. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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