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Country: United States of America
State: NV
A large operation to acquire IP addresses for spammers. Dozens of "hosting" companies that are merely shell corporations registered to PO Boxes, pumping out large volumes of spam.


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LEGAL: Infolink Panama Corporation v. CoreSpace, Inc.


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Parties Involved

Main Plaintiff Infolink Panama Corporation
Plaintiff Fortatrust USA Corporation

Main Defendant CoreSpace, Inc.
Defendant Liana Dunlap
Defendant Mark Wulff

Filing Information

Case Number 1:2014-cv-22099
Date Filed 2014-06-06
Federal District Count FLORIDA SOUTHERN

Nature Of Suit

Category CONTRACT
Nature Of Suit Other Contract

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http://www.law360.com/cases/5391fa6f8951743164000004

https://www.pacermonitor.com/public/case/3734552/Infolink_Panama_Corporation_v_CoreSpace,_Inc

https://dockets.justia.com/docket/florida/flsdce/1:2014cv22099/443043

http://www.lawsuitdata.com/lawsuit-data/natures-of-suit/contract-lawsuits/other-contract/florida-southern-district-court/0000646773/infolink-panama-corporation-v-corespace-inc/officially-filed-court-documents/

https://www.courtlistener.com/docket/4235928/infolink-panama-corporation-v-corespace-inc/

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Note: "Voyage Technologies" and "Ace Colocation" are Big Sky Services shell corporations

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https://www.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.flsd.443043/gov.uscourts.flsd.443043.1.0.pdf

Docket 1, Page 9:

GENERAL ALLEGATIONS

9. Infolink Panama is in the business of providing cloud computing services. In late-
2013/early-2014, Infolink Panama desired to sell its assets, and engaged the firm of Cheval
Capital, Inc. in order to do so. Cheval Capital introduced Infolink Pamana to Defendand Wulff,
one of the principals for Defendant Corespace.

10. Infolink Panama then entered into extensive confidential negotiations with
Defendents Wulff and Dunlap (also a principal of Corespace) regarding the potential purchase of
Infolink Panama's assets by Corespace. These negotiations included Fortatrust and Corespace
entering into a Mutual Confidentiality Agreement (attached hereto as Exhibit A). The product
of these negotiations was the Letter of Intent (attached hereto as Exhibit B).


Docket 1, Page 10:

12. The Letter of Intent was not in the name of Corespace, but rather, it was in the
name of Voyage Technologies, Inc. with a Reno, Nevada address. Notably, there is a Minnesota
corporation with an identical name, and which advertises similar services to Corespace.

13. When Plaintiff's principal, Prieur Leary, asked Wulff and Dunlap about the name
of Voyage Technologies being on the Letter of Intent, Wulff and Dunlap represented that
Voyage Technologies was one of Corespace's companies, and that Leary should not worry about
it.

14. To consummate the deal, Plaintiffs entered into a co-location agreement whereby
certain of Plaintiff's assets would be moved from Doral, Florida and Panama to Dallas, Texas,
where Corespace is located. Documents comprising the Co-location Agreement (attached hereto
as Composite Exhibit D). Defendants induced Plaintiffs to transfer these assets by promising an
immediate payment upon the completion of the transfer.

15. Plaintiffs entered into the Co-location Agreement with a company called Ace
Colocation, Inc. When Leary asked Wulff and Dunlap why this agreement was in the name of
Ace Colocation, rather than Corespace, Wulff and Dunlap they again told Leary not to worry
about it, and that Ace Colocation was another of Corespace's companies.


Docket 1, Page 11:

16. Plaintiff's servers were transferred to Corespace's facility in or about January,
2014. To date, Plaintiffs have received on payments in exchange for the server, despite
Defendants Wulff and Dunlap's representations of immediate payment.

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