News is breaking that HomeNet, the first iProvo provider that later went belly-up, may have forged a letter of credit to secure the exclusive contract. These charges are in addition to others that allege the company cheated investors out of about $1M during its lifetime. Even more disturbing is that there seems to be a bunch of companies owned by HomeNet principles that are trying to squeeze money out of the failed venture claiming that they are creditors. That sound, ladies and gentlemen, is your Skeeze-O-Meter going off the charts.
HomeNet May Have Scammed Their Way to an iProvo Contract
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