Quoted from Nibbles:
How about $500,000+? And that's being conservative. I get a lot of people on here are extremely afraid of confrontation and actively go out of their way to avoid it, but overlooking the total amount here and trying to boil it down to $4500 is a level of metal gymnastics that is amazing.
OK, are you out more than $4500? Nope. So no mental gymnastics needed.
250 games at $4500. If 100% collected thats 1.125 Million.
Was NEVER 100% collected.
How many actual refunds?
How many were just $250 deposits?
We know he bought the house, the trailer, computers, camera equipment. OK $50 grand? The trailer was never $25K, sorry.
He bought art for 250 machines
he bought parts for 250 machines
he paid for machinery and equipment for 250 cabinets
He paid for being at Expo's and other various shows
The only part that was a scam from the word go was the license. It turned into a complete scam when the no license was revealed. But for those of you think that you are going to ever recover anything more than a few pennies on the dollar are daydreamers.
How much do you really think he had left over to play with? Some of these numbers are really outrageous.
Does not excuse anything or any one of the characters in this Predator Pinball charade.
But any individual who is out $4500 is 100% not entitled to $500K worth of flesh.