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ABC SYSTEMS Equals Success 520% - 130% - 65% Without The Risk Of Failure!

ABC SYSTEMS Equals Success 520% - 130% - 65% Without The Risk Of Failure!ABC SYSTEMS Equals Success 520% - 130% - 65% Without The Risk Of Failure!ABC SYSTEMS Equals Success 520% - 130% - 65% Without The Risk Of Failure!

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This is PAGE ONE however if you are new you can bypass a lot of this page because it is here for our 1000 Plus Star Directors Who Experience The ABC Company Website Go Down. But wasback up at 8:58pm 5 Days Later and Below Is The Story Of What Happened!

ABC Software Suppliers Lawsuit In Federal Court 2/10/2020

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SUCCESSFUL WEBINAR

SOME GOOD NEWS - JUST IN at 1:58 PM on 2/11/2020 - 136 Billion Dollar Company contacted OWNERS of our software supplier and says they found everything and it could be up in less than 48 hours! You still may want to take the time to read all of the below information regarding WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED!


Last night at 8:15 PM on 2/10/2020 we had a very successful honest, truthful, emotional webinar about the current status of the ABC Systems Website and the story behind it going down at 8am on 2/7/2020. Of course if you were on the webinar last night you have no doubt in your heart that all is good and that ABC is not only OK but while they work on a new website the future is not only bright it is better with the introduction of PHASE III System schedule to launch on 02/20/2020.

Some People Are Ignorant

This morning I woke up to a very IGNORANT email from a Leader not on last night's webinar. Who had this to say: "what is going on with the website and money. This story about IBM doesn't hold water. I am in the computer business and know better. The website is offline but letsgoabc.com is not. I would bet they are on the same server. Kindly give some straight answers."   All I could do when I read this was laugh at the ignorance of such a statement. Especially since the Let's Go ABC website belongs to Todd & Felix and is a simple GO DADDY cookie cutter website at a cost of maybe $300 a year. WHEREAS the ABC Systems . IO website cost tens of thousands of hosting and millions of dollars of programming with it's own servers hosted at Verizon/IBM facilities. However if he was on the webinar he would have seen and heard proof of the truth of everything said. His ignorance is forgiven. They say the difference between ignorance and stupidity is you can claim ignorance when someone does not have the facts. However it turns to stupidity if someone continues after they have the facts. So below you will see the actual facts as filed in Federal Court. This means no one after reading such can claim ignorance. LOL.

Legal Warns Todd And Felix - No More Webinars About This

This morning after legal reviewed our webinar recording they reach out to us and said while their is legal action going on you can not speak publicly about the case. With regret this means I can not share with you the 90 minutes fantastic webinar we leaders had last night. What we can do is share with you proof of everything we said last night by sharing with you a PUBLIC DOCUMENT that you could look up yourself in the Federal Courts filed on 2/10/2020. What I can share what is not listed in the Federal Filing is that within hours of filing such lawsuit the 136 Billion Dollar Market Cap company contacted ABC Systems . IO Software providers and changed their story from "SORRY EVERYTHING IS LOST" and there is "NO WAY" of getting your 22 years of DATA and PROGRAMMING back "TO CALLING AND SAYING" "WE FOUND IT". So we at ABC are waiting for both companies to put it all together. Days, Weeks over a Month nobody know. But ABC, Todd and Felix and many ABC Leaders are moving on in FAITH & CONFIDENCE. Below is a copy of the FEDERAL LAWSUIT FILED. Pay attention to the part that says: As a direct and proximate result of Defendant’s conduct, Plaintiff suffered substantial damages estimated at this time to be – at minimum - $75 million - $150 million, the full amount of which will be established at trial of this matter. 

HERE IS THE FEDERAL COURT FILING

 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mqaO23f7o1fEmJiEn-q6M7MDWmDcMeDCtlEdbrgAYb8/edit?usp=sharing


 

Case 0:20-cv-60272-XXXX Document 1 Entered on FLSD Docket 02/09/2020 Page 1 of 11 

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA 

Case No. 0:20-cv-60272 


INNOVATIVE WEB VENTURES, INC., Plaintiff, v. 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION, Defendant. 


COMPLAINT 

Plaintiff Innovative Web Ventures, Inc. (“Plaintiff”) sues defendant International Business Machines Corporation (“Defendant” or “IBM”), and alleges as follows: 


THE PARTIES 

1. Plaintiff is a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Florida with its principal place of business located in Broward County, Florida. 


2. Defendant is a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of New York with its principal place of business located in Armonk, New York. Defendant’s agent for service of process is CT Corporation System, 1200 S. Pine Island Road, Plantation, FL 33324.

 

JURISDICTION AND VENUE 

3. This Court has subject matter jurisdiction pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1332(a) because the matter in controversy exceeds $75,000.00, exclusive of interest and costs, and is between citizens of different States. 


4. This Court has jurisdiction over Defendant because it has maintained sufficient minimum contacts with Florida such that the exercise of personal jurisdiction over it would not offend traditional notions of fair play and substantial justice. Further, Defendant is registered to and is doing substantial business in the State of Florida and maintains a registered agent in the State of Florida. 


5. Venue of this action is proper in this district because a substantial part of the events or omissions giving rise to Plaintiff’s claims occurred in this district. 


BACKGROUND 

6. Plaintiff is an information-technology and web development company that provides licensed software and consulting services to its various clients. Plaintiff is the owner of a software set that has been 15+ years plus in its evolution at a cost that exceeds more than $5 million to date. 


7. In its current implementation, the software set contains numerous features that allow customers/licensees to conduct and automate various aspects of their business functions 

such as (but not limited to) registering new customers, rewarding/incentivizing users, and 

establishing promotional/marketing modules. 


8. Plaintiff modifies and licenses the software set to its customers to tailor the software to customer needs. In its current implementation, the software set is licensed/utilized by several commercial entities who in turn use the software to service tens of thousands of individual customers. 


9. Defendant is a multinational information technology company with operations in over 170 countries. Defendant produces and sells computer hardware, middleware and software, and provides hosting and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology. 


10. Defendant provides a cloud hosting service to Plaintiff for the Software. In basic terms, that means Defendant hosts the Software on its own high-power servers such that when Plaintiff licenses the Software to its customers, an actual copy of the Software is not transmitted to customers but rather they access the Software through Defendant’s servers. 


11. Plaintiff does not retain a physical copy of the Software itself as development is performed through remote access to Defendant’s servers. Plaintiff’s developers make changes and updates to the Software in this manner which allows several developers to work on the 

Software at any given time and generally results in greater security as there is one central 

database (Defendant’s servers) hosting the Software. 


12. On or about November 21, 2019, Defendant sent a letter to Bluebeam Holdings, LLC (Plaintiff’s predecessor) stating that Defendant was in the final stages of transitioning out of 

legacy Verizon data centers (which is where the Software and data was hosted at the time). 


13. That letter stated that Defendant would cease to provide hosting services for the Software beyond January 31, 2020. The letter requested that Plaintiff make arrangements to migrate its software and data prior to January 31, 2020, but also recommended that Plaintiff utilize Defendant’s own “IBM Cloud” service for its hosting. 


14. Both prior to and immediately following receipt of the November 21, 2019 letter, Plaintiff was working closely with Defendant’s sales and development team to develop a solution for migrating the Software and data to Defendant’s “IBM Cloud” service and for hosting thereon.


15. In connection therewith, on or about November 25, 2019, Defendant sent Plaintiff 

a quotation for migration to and hosting on the “IBM Cloud” service. The quotation provided a 

quote of approximately $19,968.00 annually for the aforementioned services. 


16. The next day – on November 26, 2019 – Plaintiff signed Defendant’s “Firm Order Letter” which confirmed Plaintiff’s agreement to the migration and hosting services. 


17. After signing the Firm Order Letter, Plaintiff was in constant communication with 

Defendant’s sales and development team to ensure that the migration process was moving 

forward according to schedule. Plaintiff was repeatedly assured – in both written and oral 

communications – that everything was moving ahead according to schedule and that there were no issues with the migration. 


18. By mid-January 2020, Plaintiff was becoming increasingly worried about the January 31, 2020 deadline set forth in Defendant’s notice of non-renewal. Plaintiff repeatedly reached out to Defendant’s sales and development team to obtain an update on the migration status. 


19. On January 15, 2020, Defendant – through its representative Christian Ludtke – responded to Plaintiff via text message as follows: Got the code, request submitted And just got notification the data centers extension was pushed to end of feb and your account has been marked as “migrating” so we should have no issues 


20. Defendant represented that the migration deadline had been extended to end of 

February 2020 and that there were no issues with the prior January 31, 2020 deadline. 


21. Following the January 15, 2020 text message, Plaintiff stayed in communication 

with Defendant to make sure the migration process was still proceeding accordingly and that 

there were no issues with the migration. Plaintiff was repeatedly assured everything was 

proceeding as scheduled. 


22. For example, on January 27, 2020, Defendant’s representative assured Plaintiff that the “migration team was being assembled” and that “all [was] progressing forward.” 


23. Despite Defendant’s repeated assertions, on Friday, February 7, 2020, all of Plaintiff’s websites and access to Defendant’s servers suddenly went offline/became unavailable. This included all of Plaintiff’s customers’ access to the servers and all implementations of the 

Software. 


24. Plaintiff spent the day on February 7, 2020 trying to get an answer from various representatives of Defendant. While Plaintiff was repeatedly assured that Defendant was trying 

to figure out what happened and would get back to Plaintiff, no explanation was provided. 


25. As it turns out, Defendant’s representatives lied to Plaintiff when they represented that the migration deadline had been extended through end of February 2020. In reality, Plaintiff’s account with Defendant was deactivated on or about February 1, 2020 and subsequently “decommissioned” on February 7, 2020. 


26. The “decommissioning” on February 7, 2020 was not an automated feature – a representative of Defendant had to enter the command which then resulted in the permanent 

deletion of all of Plaintiff’s Software and data that was hosted on Defendant’s servers. This was 

done intentionally notwithstanding numerous representations, statements, and written 

communications from Defendant that the migration process was ongoing and had been extended through the end of February 2020. 


27. Plaintiff is now left without another copy of the Software or its associated data as Defendant’s actions resulted in the permanent deletion thereof. This means that approximately 15+ years of development were erased in an instant and tens of thousands of end-users are now wholly unable to utilize the Software as all access thereto has been cut off. 


28. To date, Defendant has been completely silent in responding to Plaintiff with respect to the deletion and instead appears to be focusing on damage-control through an ever-growing internal e-mail chain pondering who specifically at Defendant is to blame for Defendant’s conduct in deleting the Software and associated data. 


29. As a result of Defendant’s intentional and/or grossly negligent conduct and reckless disregard for Plaintiff’s property, Plaintiff has incurred staggering losses. These include the loss of all access to and use of the Software which itself has a development cost of over $5 million. Between development costs, current losses of license fees/customers, and future losses, Plaintiff estimates its total direct losses to be, at minimum, $75 million - $150 million.

 

30. All conditions precedent to the filing of this action have been performed, occurred, or been waived. 


COUNT ONE – BREACH OF CONTRACT

 

31. Plaintiff re-alleges and incorporates paragraphs 1 through 30 as set forth above. 


32. On or about November 26, 2019, Plaintiff and Defendant entered into a valid, legally enforceable contract (as evidenced by Defendant’s November 25, 2019 quotation and 

Plaintiff’s November 26, 2019 signature of Defendant’s Firm Order Letter). 


33. Pursuant to the parties’ November 26, 2019 contract, Plaintiff agreed to pay to Defendant approximately $19,968.00 annually and Defendant agreed to migrate Plaintiff’s Software from its then-hosting on Verizon legacy servers to Defendant’s “IBM Cloud” server. 


34. Plaintiff fully performed each of its obligations under the parties’ contract.

 

35. Defendant materially breached the parties’ contract by failing to migrate the Software from its Verizon legacy servers to its “IBM Cloud” server and by deleting the Software/associated data entirely. 


36. As a direct and proximate result of Defendant’s breach of contract, Plaintiff has sustained substantial damages estimated at this time to be – at minimum - $75 million - $150 million, the full amount of which will be established at trial of this matter. 


WHEREFORE, Plaintiff demands judgment against Defendant for compensatory damages, an award of costs and reasonable attorneys’ fees where applicable, and such other relief as the Court deems just and proper.

 

COUNT TWO: FRAUD IN THE INDUCEMENT 


37. Plaintiff re-alleges and incorporates paragraphs 1 through 30 as set forth above. 


38. On January 15, 2020, Defendant (through its representative Christian Ludtke) made a materially false representation as to a presently-existing fact to Plaintiff. That representation was that Defendant had at the time extended the deadline for migration of the Software and Plaintiff’s associated data until the end of February 2020. 


39. At the time Defendant made this misrepresentation, Defendant knew the misrepresentation to be untrue as Defendant had not, in fact, extended the deadline for migration or otherwise updated its own system to note the extension.

 

40. Defendant made this misrepresentation as a result of multiple communications/inquiries from Plaintiff about the January 31, 2020 deadline and whether the Software would be migrated to the “IBM Cloud” service within such deadline. 


41. As Plaintiff was openly questioning the timeliness of Defendant’s compliance with the deadline and seeking other hosting solutions at the time, Defendant made the misrepresentation to induce Plaintiff to keep its hosting solutions with Defendant. Had Plaintiff 

known the truth that Defendant had not put proper measures in place to avoid deletion of the 

Software and its associated data, Plaintiff would have migrated the Software/data to another 

hosting service prior to the January 31, 2020 deadline. 


42. As set forth herein, Plaintiff relied on Defendant’s misrepresentations in allowing the January 31, 2020 deadline to pass (believing the deadline had been extended through end of 

February 2020). 


43. As a direct and proximate result of Defendant’s conduct, Plaintiff suffered substantial damages estimated at this time to be – at minimum - $75 million - $150 million, the 

full amount of which will be established at trial of this matter. 


WHEREFORE, Plaintiff demands judgment against Defendant for compensatory 

damages, an award of costs and reasonable attorneys’ fees where applicable, and such other 

relief as the Court deems just and proper. 


COUNT THREE: GROSS NEGLIGENCE 


44. Plaintiff re-alleges and incorporates paragraphs 1 through 30 as set forth above. 


45. Defendant owed a duty of care to Plaintiff to perform the migration of the Software and its associated data in a reasonable manner ensuring the integrity and security of the data. Defendant knew and understood that it hosted the only version of the Software and that the 

Software was implemented in several commercial environments such that it was relied upon by tens of thousands of end-users. 


46. Defendant breached its duty to Plaintiff when Defendant allowed the Software and its associated data to be deactivated on or about February 1, 2020 and when one of Defendant’s representatives physically and intentionally entered a server command to ‘decommission’ (delete forever) Plaintiff’s data. 


47. In acting to deactivate and decommission Plaintiff’s data, Defendant acted with reckless disregard for Plaintiff’s rights and essentially bordered on intentional wrongdoing. For nearly two months, several members of Defendant’s sales and development team repeatedly

assured Plaintiff that its data was protected, that the migration period had been extended through end of February 2020, and that Plaintiff’s data would not/could not be deleted due to Defendant’s enhanced security features. 


48. As a direct and proximate result of Defendant’s gross negligence, Plaintiff suffered substantial damages estimated at this time to be – at minimum - $75 million - $150 million, the full amount of which will be established at trial of this matter. 


WHEREFORE, Plaintiff demands judgment against Defendant for compensatory damages, an award of costs and reasonable attorneys’ fees where applicable, and such other relief as the Court deems just and proper. 


COUNT FOUR: CONVERSION

 

49. Plaintiff re-alleges and incorporates paragraphs 1 through 30 as set forth above.

 

50. Plaintiff owns and/or had the right to possess and control the Software at the time that Defendant ‘decommissioned’/deleted the Software and its associated data. 


51. Defendant intentionally interfered with Plaintiff’s property (namely, the Software and its associated data) by physically and intentionally entering a server command (which was not automated) that resulted in the deletion of the Software and associated data. 


52. Defendant’s conducted has permanently deprived Plaintiff of the Software and its 

associated data as the only copy of such existed on Defendant’s servers. 


53. As a direct and proximate result of Defendant’s conversion, Plaintiff suffered substantial damages estimated at this time to be – at minimum - $75 million - $150 million, the full amount of which will be established at trial of this matter. 


WHEREFORE, Plaintiff demands judgment against Defendant for compensatory 

damages, an award of costs and reasonable attorneys’ fees where applicable, and such other 

relief as the Court deems just and proper. 


COUNT FIVE: PRIMA FACIE TORT 


54. Plaintiff re-alleges and incorporates paragraphs 1 through 30 as set forth above.


55. Defendant intentionally inflicted harm on Plaintiff when one of Defendant’s representatives physically and intentionally entered a server command (which was not automated) that resulted in the deletion of the Software and its associated data. 


56. Defendant’s conduct in deleting the Software and its associated data resulted in special damages – Plaintiff lost the entirety of the Software (which itself was developed over 15+ years at a cost of more than $5 million), is unable to fulfill licensing obligations to tens of thousands of end users, and has lost the entirety of its current and future income stream. 


57. There was no excuse or justification for Defendant’s conduct – Defendant repeatedly assured Plaintiff over nearly two months that the Software and its associated data would not be deleted and that the migration process had been extended through end of February 2020. The migration and hosting of data such as the Software is the precise business that Defendant offers to its customers and purportedly specializes in – there is no excuse for one of Defendant’s representatives deleting Plaintiff’s data given that it was Defendant’s task to protect such data from deletion. 


58. As a direct and proximate result of Defendant’s conduct, Plaintiff suffered substantial damages estimated at this time to be – at minimum - $75 million - $150 million, the full amount of which will be established at trial of this matter. 


WHEREFORE, Plaintiff demands judgment against Defendant for compensatory damages, an award of costs and reasonable attorneys’ fees where applicable, and such other relief as the Court deems just and proper. 


Demand For Jury Trial Plaintiff demands a trial by jury on all issued so triable. 

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