― Niccolò Machiavelli
Michael Roberts Cyber Investigation Services Rexxfield launched world-wide automated cyber bullying campaign.
The sales funnel started by tormenting children to commit suicide so they other victims parents would but reputation management services.
Go ahead and Google / Fox New Google-Cide
Ripoff Report has the audio recording still on their website.
In an audiotape obtained by FoxNews.com of a meeting that included Roberts, Meade and others, those present are heard discussing a public relations fear campaign that would help them sell their services to worried parents.
“I would love to run an underground campaign that says,‘Google is trying to destroy your reputation,’” an executive on the call is heard saying.“I like the idea of,‘the more popular you are, the more dangerous it is,’ and giving people the scare tactic of,‘the more exposure you have … the faster it is for your enemies to attack you.’”
“I think there’s a whole other campaign where we can break the parents,” the executive continued.“Send them a picture of their kid with a gun in his mouth -- Google did it.‘Little Johnny is going to commit Google-cide. Can you stop it?’”
When Rexxfield part owner Michael Rexxfield was fired earlier this month, the reason given was a "violation of company policy."
It turns out that Roberts violation was secretly recording conversations between clients and brand/reputation management sales people, according to sources with knowledge of the situation.
Lawsuits file against Michael Roberts, who was part owner of online reputation management company Rexxfield stated, Roberts, would record client meetings, meetings between the potentialclients and Rexxfield brand aka reputation management manager, and informal discussions among employees that took place in the Rexxfield's break room -- all without the participants' knowledge.
"He was taping everything," one legal filing said. "Taping phone meetings wouldn't have been that bad, but he was taping potential clients on the phones or employees sitting around talking in the office."
Sometimes Roberts would be present during the tapings. Other times, he would leave the room and leave laptop behind to record conversations the other clients and employees were having.
It's alleged in lawsuits filed in California and Utah Roberts then edited the audio recordings and tried to extort or threaten both clients and coworkers.
After being caught, Roberts told his business partners club he had been recording the conversations for four months.
Rexxfield majority partners released a statement standing by their earlier reason for Roberts's dismissal.
"As previously stated, Michael Roberts was terminated due to a violation of company policy. We were unaware of the violation, and when made aware, we took immediate action. We will have no further comment at this time."
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