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Complaint Review: French Price Tower Copper Tree Management - Oklahoma Bartlesville

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Cynthia Diane Blanchard Price Tower Copper Tree Management Stole Precious Artifacts Frank Wright Museum Failed to pay Employees Lied about Govt. Contracts Bartlesville, Oklahoma

*UPDATE Employee: Cynthia Blanchard aka Cindy French and Anthem Blanchard conspired to defraud Bartlesville's relocation assistance program

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Cynthia Diane Blanchard, originally known as Cynthia Diane French, of BARTLESVILLE OKLAHOMA has grifted and stole art work and real estate from the City of Bartlesville, Oklahoma.   

Cynthia Blanchard is a known criminal who has stolen investors money across the United States and the across the world. She is coached by her evil cunning mother Carolyn Kay French and Gilbert French of Bartlesville Oklahoma, this criminal family has been stealing 100's of millions of dollars from victims across the planet for decades. Cynthia Diane French is now known as Cynthia Diane Blanchard and her husband is Anthem Hayek Blanchard, now there is are many employees demanding payment, with judgments against them. Carolyn French living in her trumped up trailer is giving Cynthia Diane Blanchard the advice how to steal the artifacts from the City of Bartlesville.

Here are the articles and the obsecentiy filled mouth of Cynthia Diane Blanchard raised by Carolyn and Gilbert French to swear and yell and scream obscentities when she is caught RED HANDED stealing the cultural history of Bartlesville Oklahoma.  


The Price Tower owners confirmed Thursday that they sold the few remaining artifacts from Shin'enKan, Joe Price's Bartlesville home designed and built by architect Bruce Goff, which burned down on Dec. 26, 1996.

The centerpiece of the collection, the Shin'enKan gate that has stood outside the Price Tower for more than 20 years, was sold — cut from its pillars, dismantled and loaded on a truck Thursday morning.

The Shin'enKan gate was put on display outside the Price Tower by the Friends of Shin'enKan in 2002.

The EE learned through an anonymous tip on Wednesday that two men were loading up a box truck with artifacts. Upon arriving Wednesday evening, the EE reporter was accosted by Price Tower owner Cynthia Blanchard.

"Andy, what the f*** are you doing here? What the f*** are you doing?" Blanchard yelled from across the parking lot. "Are you trying to kill the Tower?"

{This is the sort of speech that Carolyn French of Bartlesville Oklahoma teaches her children to yell and scream across distrances in Bartlesville Oklahoma!  What sort of family raises a child to yell and scream obscenities at news reporters?  That is a family that should forever hang their head in SHAME!   Shun them at local businesses, demand they never leave their home and move to Russia or some country that allows this sort of horrific terrible horrible behavior.  Carolyn French is to blame for this horrible behavior by Cynthia Diane French - Blanchard.}

At the time, Blanchard initially reported that the gate was being sent off to be restored and wasn't being sold, but confirmed that other pieces from storage and the museum were sold to keep the Price Tower afloat.

The EE observed multiple items, such as furniture and pieces of art, loaded into the box truck on Wednesday. At the time, Blanchard didn't confirm which items were sold.

"These people offered to help, and they are restoring it for us," Blanchard said. "It's long overdue."

When pressed for further information Thursday, she confirmed that the gate had been sold to save it.

"In truth, the community should be thanking us for saving the gate," Blanchard replied in a text when asked if the gate had been sold. "Yes, someone has offered to help."

Mary Winn Dills, the former curator and caretaker of Shin'enKan, told the EE she was sick about what was happening.

"It's like we are reliving the loss all over again," Dills said. "The gate, phoenix and ashtray were all loaned to the tower by the Friends of Shin'enKan, and now they are gone."

Dills said the Price Tower told her they sold the artifacts and that they would have the first right of refusal once the gate was restored.

"I'm skeptical we will get it back; if it's gone, what difference does it make?" Dills said, "They don't have any money; how can they pay for the gate to be restored?"

Now Cynthia Diane Blanchard also known as Cynthia Diane French has a husband she uses and abuses as the front guy to her orchestrated frauds, his name is Anthem Hayek Blanchard, she makes up stories that he is super wealthy, yet they are being sued in court by the lawn care guy, the window cleaner, the maids, they are being sued by a handful of employees, they even have tax liens and American Express Business credit card chasing them.  Now the story of HeraSoft, Hera Soft a crypto token, Hercules HERC a fake crypto currency, Anthem Gold a fake crypto currency backed by magnetic gold, that should never be magnetic.

Anthem Blanchard, CEO of both Herasoft and Anthem Vault Inc., declared in court documents dated April 1 that his company is financially insolvent and unable to fulfill any monetary claims, including significant back pay owed to former employees.

According to the documents obtained by the EE Friday, Blanchard was ordered in February 2023 to pay a settlement of $90,000 in a back pay claim from former employee Jason Carstensen. Carstensen, who was initially owed $126,000, had agreed to a reduced settlement.

Court documents reveal Blanchard failed to meet his obligations and was sued again in Washington County Court this year. In response, Blanchard said he doesn't have the money.

"Unfortunately, Anthem Vault, Inc. is currently unable to meet its financial obligations and is in the process of winding down its operations," Blanchard stated in his April 1 written response to the court summons. "As such, we regret to inform the court that the company does not possess the means to fulfill any monetary claims presented in the petition."

In the response, Blanchard even asked Court Clerk Jill Spitzer for advice on proceeding "in light of the company's financial circumstances," the documents say.

Carstensen claims Herasoft owes a handful of employees back pay.

During his employment with Herasoft Inc., Carstensen received his paychecks from Anthem Vault Inc. He claims that the two companies are, in fact, the same.

Herasoft moved its operations to Bartlesville in 2021 with a reported $5 million round of series-A funding and a growing client list. Blanchard claimed they had offices in Houston and Sao Paulo, Brazil, at the time.

He also was the executive officer of two now-defunct crypto-blockchain companies, Hercules SEZC and AnthemGold, both of which are facing multiple online accusations of fraud from customers.

Blanchard is also linked to 38 other companies, such as AMAGI Metals LLC, Anthem Bank Inc, Anthem Coins Ltd, Anthem Crypto, Anthem AU, AnthemDerivatives, AnthemDollar Ltd and AnthemGold Inc.

Further complicating matters, Herasoft Inc. is selling the building housing its Bartlesville headquarters, the historic and former Washington County Courthouse, for $1.2 million.

Meanwhile, Anthem's wife Cynthia, owner of Price Tower and former president of Herasoft, is selling museum artifacts to address the tower's financial shortcomings.

Cynthia Blanchard previously said that Herasoft employees were part of the team taking ownership of the Price Tower.

Anthem Blanchard and Herasoft were unavailable for comment and phone numbers associated with Herasoft are no longer in service.

This article originally appeared on Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise: Herasoft unable to fulfill monetary obligations, seeks to sell historic building

Complaint in Cayman Enterprise City Ltd. v. Hercules SEZC, of the Cayman Islands, and AG Herc Inc., of Delaware, at the Summary Court of the Cayman Islands. Editor's Note: On their website at, the defendants claim to offer blockchain-based "decentralized supply chain management software". The group's "Key Management" is identified as Anthem Hayek Blanchard, CEO; Cynthia Blanchard, President; Paul Aubert, Vice President, and Josh Gunter, Director of Client Services.

Oh and Cynthia Blanchard denies knowledge of being sued by American Express Credit Card.  She denies any knowledge but she is the person who is served.  Why does she deny knonwledge simple she is raised by evil theieving criminals Carolyn and Gilbert Blanchard of Bartlesville Oklahoma who are responsible for the ethics and immoral thought process instilled in this criminal Cynthia Diane French, the child of foodstamps and welfare checks who now goes by Cynthia Diane Blanchard.  Carolyn and Gilbert French claim they are God fearing good christians but in reality they raised a MONSTER, a little girl that has wreaked havoc upon the lives of everyone she encounters.  Cynthia Diane French now Cynthia Diane Blanchard has destroyed the childhoods of children, she has destoryed the lives of others through her lies and has stolen countless millions in her pursuit of perfection.  One look at this specimen you will see she is a plastic surgery addict who is constantly attracted to little boys less than half her own age.  Carolyn French and Gilbert French of Bartlesville Oklahoma should hang their heads in shame for the MONSTER they have unleashed on the world and the hell she has wrought against all who she encounters.

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#1 UPDATE Employee

Cynthia Blanchard aka Cindy French and Anthem Blanchard conspired to defraud Bartlesville's relocation assistance program

AUTHOR: Jess - (United States)

POSTED: Monday, June 17, 2024

I have information about a fraudulent real estate transaction orchestrated by Cynthia Diane Blanchard who is actually in her maiden name Cynthia Diane French. 

Cynthia orchestrated a real estate scam in order to steal $40,000 in cash payments from the city of Bartlesville and the State of Oklahoma.

This entire scam was designed and orchestrated by Cyntia D. French's parents who transferred property from themselves through a trust to Cynthia Blanchard and Anthem Hayek Blanchard, in order to take $20,000 each in relocation assistance.  After the city of Bartlesville paid out the the $20,000 to each for a total of $40,000 they then transferred the same property back to the family trust.

I provide direct screen captures of the transfer back and forth over the course of 9 months for no other reason than to STEAL $40,000 from the city of Bartlesivlle, not any different than the more than $80,000 Cynthia Blanchard stole from the city of bartlesville through the Bartlesville Development Authority under the guise of restaurants that one opened for 53 days and the other has never materialized.  None-the-less Cynthia Blanchard took meaning RIPPED OFF the citizen of Bartlesville for the more than $88,000+ for the now non-existent restaurants.   

In total we believe Cynthia D. Blanchard used to be Cindy French has taken more than $3,874,500.00 from the City of Bartlesville through various schemes to defraud the city and all the tax payers!

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