Complaint Review: GARTH HUMBERT
GARTH HUMBERT Garth Humbert, Enline, Inc. Hellomay.com, Murrieta, CA, Web Page Designer, IamGarfth, Enline, Inc., pluuck.com, Dwell, amanda Ashcrsaft, Martt Simo,Aron, Isnari, Kyle steed, Dan Collins, Dwell, Design GHARTH HUMBERT STOLE THE UNIMUNDOTV WEB SITE, HE IS A FRAUD, A LIAR AND A SCAM ARTIST, Internet
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: MARCUS FONTAIN ESTAFADOR
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Slanderous Attack
*Author of original report: GHARTH HUMBERT IS A FRAUD, A LIAR AND A SCAM ARTIST
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GHARTH HUMBERT IS A FRAUD, A LIAR AND A SCAM ARTIST
Unimundo Corporation v. Garth Humbert: (((link redacted)))
Attorney for Plaintiff
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA EASTERN DIVISION
v. [continued below]....
GARTH HUMBERT, ENLINE, INC. AND MAY
Case No: 10-CV-07011-DDP (JCGx)
COMPLAINT FOR TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER; FOR FRAUD AND DECEIT; FOR CONVERSION AND FOR COPYRIGHT INFRINGMENT
Facts and Memorandum of Points and Authoritie. This Court is referred to the attached declaration of Marcus Fontain, President of Unimundo Corporation in support of this application for a Temporary Restraining Order, who entered into the Confidential Retainer Agreement on May 21, 2010, with Garth Humbert (Mr. Humbert) and ENLINE, INC., DBA MAY, and signed by Garth Humbert, CEO as owner of MAY, on behalf of the Defendants, who as an independent contractor was to provide web design work for Unimundo TV WebTV. A copy of Mr. Fontains Declaration is attached herein as, Exhibit 1. 9. Plaintiff has filed a civil complaint with the Clerk of this Court, alleging Copyright Infringement, Declaratory Relief, Breach of Contract, Intentional Fraud, and Intentional Interference with a Prospective Economic Advantage, Unfair Competition and Conversion. The filed Complaint is part of this request. 10. Plaintiff alleges that Plaintiff and Defendants entered into a Confidential Retainer Agreement, attached as Exhibit 2 to the complaint, on May 21, 2010, whereby Plaintiff was to retain, and did retain, the professional services of Mr. Humbert of MAY to design the WebTV for UnimundoTV and to provide front-end and back end work. 11. The work by Mr. Humbert and MAY under the Agreement was to begin on May 21, 2010, to launch on June3, 2010, and to finish as a fully functional WebTV by October 15, 2010. 12. When the Agreement was entered into, Mr. Humbert of MAY claimed that he and his team were knowledgeable enough to carry on and finish the work and launch the UnimundoTV WebTV with full functionality equal to or better than the other three (3) competing Web TVs www.hulu.com, www.vimeo.com and www.revision3.com. 13. By June 3, 2010, Unimundos Chief of Systems Technology, Mr. Richard Gatewood found that MAY was not qualified for the job and began to make inquiries as to their capabilities and progress and began to notice negative performance by Mr. Humbert and the staff at MAY. 14. At the same time, Mr. Humbert began to make demands, outside of the letter of the Agreement, to be paid additional moneys. 15. After Mr. Humbert was not able to provide Timelines and Milestones as per the Agreement, i.e. to provide Unimundo with a definite work-schedule, Plaintiff sent a Notice of Termination on June 11, 2010, demanding that Mr. Humbert and the staff at MAY stop all work and provide the work-schedules. 16. It should be noticed at this time, that Unimundo had already placed UnimundoTV WebTV on the Goddady server, a private hosting company, that permitted Unimundo to work on the UnimundoTV WebTV, providing design, programming and technical support. 17. On May 21, 2010, prior to June 11, 2010, when the notice of termination was issued, Mr. Humbert was already in possession of the codes and passwords from Unimundo, to be able to access the GoDaddy account to be able to work on the WebTV, as per the Agreement. 18. Unbeknown to Unimundo, on June 3, 2010, and prior to June 11, 2010, Mr. Humbert had already transferred the entire Unimundo WebTV to a different host, Media Temple, and had placed it under Defendant Garth Humberts own name.
19. Mr. Humbert did the transfer from GoDaddy to Media Temple without the consent and or authorization of Unimundo. It was a hijacking of the entire UnimundoTV WebTV, beyond the reach of Unimundo. 20. After Mr. Humbert was notified of its termination on June 11, 2010, Mr. Humbert began to claim that the UnimundoTV WebTV no longer belonged to Unimundo but belonged to Mr. Humbert and MAY. 21. After Unimundo demanded the return of UnimundoTV WebTV, Mr. Humbert refused to return the website to GoDaddy, the original host or to any other server. 22. Mr. Humbert then made a demand to Unimundo to be paid an amount of money that Mr. Humbert nor MAY was not entitled. Unimundo refused to pay it. 23. Mr. Humbert then informed Unimundo in writing that if Unimundo did not pay the ransom, that Mr. Humbert would destroy the UnimundoTV WebTV. 24. When Unimundo did not pay the ransom, Mr. Humbert deactivated the website on September 16, 2010, thus extinguishing UnimundoTV WebTV from the World Wide Web, and thus irreparably damaging the Plaintiff.
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