Well folks, it seems as though controversy can find Mr. Samblis, CEO of IC Places, Inc. just about anywhere. Coincidence or deserved… you be the judge.
We came across this bit of information by happenstance. Please refer to the 2 graphic illustrations below. It appears this has been an ongoing situation for some time, dating back to what appears to be 2007. However, if you notice the rebuttal date, its August 7, 2014, a little over a month ago. (click to enlarge) Here is the link to the original info.
Now, if you look at the graphic which lists the 4 complaints, you may notice a pattern in the geographical area the complainant indicated they were from. See anything familiar? It seems to lend credence to the rebuttal poster’s claim that it is the same person. Which leads us to another “coincidence”. It is the opinion of many that Mr. Samblis has been using false aliases on investment message boards since his company’s stock value has plummeted to next to zero. If the rebuttal poster is correct in their assertions that it was the same poster that posted the 4 individual complaints… it appears the use of bogus aliases is something Mr. Samblis may be familiar with as far back as 2007. Interesting, right?
Now, you need to ask yourself… is the rebuttal poster creditable? Well, it appears they are intimately familiar with the situation, and Mr. Homer Gray. Someone who has no first-hand knowledge of the situation would unlikely go into such detail in such a rebuttal. It would appear the rebuttal is creditable by most standards.
Although this appears to be an old situation, it appears it is ongoing judging by the latest complaint date of 8/29/10, and the rebuttal dated 7/7/2014. Also its interesting to note that in the complaints, the amount keeps increasing, as if the complainant needed to aggrandize the amount in relation to the vindictiveness they are apparently exhibiting.
So folks… you have the information… you be the judge. Perhaps either the rebuttal author, or Mr. Samblis, will contact us to set the record straight. We would welcome the input from either.