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From: zardiw9/4/2014 11:00:28 AM
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Sleazy Court Tactics on PTOI:

So Seneca files this motion stating the company is out of money....blah blah blah.....And what is his motive pray tell?

Why to scare any potential investors of course, and to drive the SP down............and WHY does he do that?

Cause his blackmailing attempts FAILED.

What a sleaze ball.

Now here's some actual documentation to prove this:

Response to so called Discovery papers that were NEVER SENT.

2. On July 30, 2014, I received an email from Plaintiff's counsel, Rebecca Fuller,
transmitting Plaintiffs request for production, request for admissions, and first set of
interrogatories. (A copy of that email is attached to Plaintiff's motion [D.E. 33-5]) This was the
first time I, or anyone else at Carlton Fields Jorden Burt, P.A., learned that Plaintiff had issued
written discovery in this matter.
3. As a result, on July 31, 2014, I caused to be reviewed every fax transmission
received by Carlton Fields Jorden Burt, P.A.'s Miami office on June 26, 2014, which are
maintained on Carlton Fields Jorden Burt, P.A.'s network, and can confirm that no fax was
from or on behalf of Plaintiff on June 26, 2014. (Due to the sensitivity of the June 26,
2014 faxes reviewed, they are not attached to this declaration.)

4. I also caused to be reviewed the electronic file maintained for this matter, and can
confirm that Plaintiff s June 26, 2014 discovery requests were also not received at Carlton Fields
Jorden Burt, P.A.'s Miami office by U.S. mail. It is Carlton Fields Jorden Burt, P.A.'s regular
Case 0:13-cv-61809-RLR Document 35-2 Entered on FLSD Docket 08/28/2014 Page 1 of 2
business practice to image all incoming mail and load it to the corresponding electronic file.
Based on my understanding of this business practice, the absence of any record from the
electronic file
indicates that the discovery requests had not been received by U.S. mail.
5. In fact, as of the date this declaration is being signed, neither I nor anyone else at
Carlton Fields Jorden Burt, P.A. have ever received Plaintiff's discovery requests by fax or U.S.
I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the United States of America that the
foregoing is true and correct based on information in my possession and information provided to

LYING response of attys that 'supposedly' sent these Discovery Papers.....

My question is....instead of 'recovering the transmission reports'........why didn't they just INCLUDE them in this response?

You know why they're not included.............cause they DO NOT EXIST:

While we are certain that the discovery requests in question were sent to your office on June 26, 2014, and are recovering
the transmission reports
to indicate the same, we are willing to agree to an additional 30 days to respond, until August 30,
2014; provided, however, that we will schedule mediation in this matter for mid-September of 2014.


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To: zardiw who wrote (682)9/4/2014 11:39:55 AM
From: Reseller Mike
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That dog won't hunt....

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To: Reseller Mike who wrote (683)9/4/2014 1:14:26 PM
From: Rawnoc
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LOL if faxes counted as service most of the processor-serving industry would be out of business.

Woof, woof.

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To: Rawnoc who wrote (684)9/4/2014 1:19:42 PM
From: Reseller Mike
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Seeing as they have been using facsimile for all there other process documents it's fair to say they agreed to it,
therefore it is an acceptable delivery for this one as well....


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To: Reseller Mike who wrote (685)9/4/2014 1:46:59 PM
From: Rawnoc
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Doubtful. We're talking about an attorney's office that said it didn't receive the fax. What are the odds that the attorney's office is lying AND it can be proven it is lying?

A receipt on the sender's end of a Fax isn't good enough. Most faxes are electronic these days anyway and any number of things could have gone wrong. I speak from frustrating experience how many times I've had to resend electronic faxes and vice-versa. You should ALWAYS follow up with a phone call and verify receipt of the fax. It's a pretty simple procedure that two attorney firms are more than capable of doing. If that wasn't done, the Plantiff is attempting to play dirty and it won't fly.

But what do I know....I only called every legal thing accurately from day 1.

I'll take a biscuit.

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To: Reseller Mike who wrote (685)9/4/2014 2:04:04 PM
From: Rawnoc
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I just saw this on pacer:

The attorney signed under penalty of perjury that he didn't receive the Fax until July 31. I doubt the lawyer would take that huge of a risk and lie to a judge under penalty of perjury and risk jail time. Furthermore, even if he did lie (yeah right), the odds of proving he lied are astronomically low.

Finally, since it's been 30 days from July 31 anyway, who gives a shit? As long as the attorney has already filed the necessary responses by the time the judge rules next, the judge won't give a shit at the attempt to nitpick let alone prove the nitpick is even valid.

If this is the bow-wow crow, it's not looking too good for Seneca.

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From: algood4025811/20/2014 3:30:28 PM
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Current Report Filing (8-k)
Date :11/20/2014 @ 11:29AM
Source :Edgar (US Regulatory)
Stock :Plastic2oil, Inc. (QB) (PTOI)
Quote : 0.068 0.006 (9.68%) @ 3:05PM

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From: donpat4/13/2015 5:43:36 PM
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Lockheed Martin likes this:

Concord Blue’s Reformer technology is feedstock-flexible, converting nearly any kind of organic waste into clean, sustainable energy. Unlike other available waste-to-energy processes, Concord Blue’s unique process employs a patented technology called steam thermolysis to convert waste material using heat transfer instead of incineration.

I'm impressed - and I do not think this one is as scam!!

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From: scion7/24/2015 9:55:31 AM
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Procter & Gamble to use more recycled plastic

By Jim Johnson, Plastics News
Posted 24 July 2015

Household product giant Procter & Gamble expects to use more recycled plastic in more fabric care product packaging – in some cases going from zero to 50% – in a move that will affect hundreds of millions of containers.

And the company is liaising with plastic recyclers around the world to push use even higher.

The decision will affect an expected 230 million HDPE and PET bottles annually starting next year, the US-based company said. Brands, primarily sold in Europe, such as Ariel, Dash, Lenor and Unstopables, all are covered by the increase.

The global consumer packaged goods giant already uses some recycled content in packaging for some of the affected brands, but others will see recycled plastics for the very first time.

The push toward using more recycled plastics in the company’s fabric care unit is part of a larger overall environmental effort by the company that also includes the announced end of phosphates in detergents.

“We’re making huge steps in improving the sustainability of our products,” the firm said. “We were already using PCR [post-consumer resin] in a number of our bottles and this increase we are going a step further.

“This increase alone will take Lenor bottles from 0 to 50% PCR, Unstopables will go from 35% PCR to 50%, and Ariel, Dash, Simply, Ace, Bold and others will go from 0 to 25%.”

Gianni Siserani, group president of global fabric and home care for P&G, said the company was looking for more recycled plastics suppliers around the world to provide more material.

“This will allow us to increase the amount of recycled plastic in more brands and geographies,” he said.

Accounting for the increase in recycled content, the company said it expected to use a total of 7.6 million pounds (3.4 million kg) of recycled plastic in the 230 million bottles.

Brands covered under the latest announcement include the Unstopables line of products that are sold in both the UK and North America, where P&G said it has been using post-consumer content for more than a quarter of a century.

“In terms of the number of bottles currently containing PRC, we use PCR in many categories including laundry detergents, fabric softeners, hard surface cleaners, and others in North America and the bottles contain at least 25% PCR,” a P&G spokesman said.

“This has been the case for over 25 years. We are very excited to announce the increase in PCR use in North America as well as the expansion of PCR in Europe.”

P&G said it planned to roll out the increased recycled content in different markets as soon as possible rather than waiting for a unified introduction in every market at once, allowing for the benefits of using recycled plastics to be realised as soon as possible.

The 230 million containers impacted by the additional recycled content would, if laid end-to-end, stretch from the North Pole to the South Pole, it added.

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From: donpat7/8/2016 8:20:54 AM
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Hey Rawnoc, I'm as bullish as it gets on the prospects here.


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