LifeFuels Moonshot

In 1962, a young, charismatic President Kennedy announced an ambitious plan. "First, I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the Earth." John F. Kennedy, September 12 1962 Seven years later, Kennedy was not with us to hear these famous words. "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." Niel Armstrong, July, 20 1969 It was an ambitious plan. In fact, to this day, ambitious plans are often called moon shots. By setting an ambitious goal, American scientists and engineers pushed the envelope of science. Kennedy's dream was realized. In 2014, a bombastic, charismatic, buffoonish "entrepreneur," Jonathon Perrelli announced his slightly less ambitious Moon Shot. "First, I beleive that this company should commit istelf to acheiving the goal, before this decade is out, of making a water bottle and avoid the hoots and howls of Mr. Cranky." Jonathon Perrelli, April Fools Day, 2014 More than Five years later, just nipping under the wire of the end of the decade, LifeFuels Announces, "We're kicking off our Pilot Program on June 12th." LifeFuels Yes according to an email from LifeFuels, Dear LifeFueler Subject: Pilot Program Details You will be provided with a Bottle,...

AdvisoryCloud Review

When I first wrote an AdviosryCloud review, the company had recently changed its name from ExecRanks to AdvisoryCloud. Why would a company that had spent time and money building a brand, change that name and run away from that brand? Because according to every legitimate advisory cloud review I ever read, the company is a dumpster fire. When I wrote this my first post on these Bozos, there were only reviews available under the ExecRanks name. Now the AdvisoryCloud reviews are in. AdvisoryCloud Review on Trust Pilot Joel oskin 1 review 1 star: Bad Aug 11, 2019 Title: Very poor experience and unprofessional Very poor experience with a couple of their recruiters who reached out to me. The first introduction was a complete “no show” on a call that was confirmed. I emailed the person and never heard back. The second contact was from another recruiter a few days after. No acknowledgement when I mentioned my prior experience, just wanted to move forward with their process. After the first call I was bombarded with calendar invites daily for the next meeting despite the fact I had requested on “four” separate occasions that I had some pressing priorities and “I would get back to them in a few days”. They did...

Communiclique’s Andy Powers Thinks He’s Tinkerbell

Communiclique (AKA Clique, CliqueAPI) is dead. A judge declared it so (see post). Like the story of Peter Pan, Communiclique was always a fantasy story. Now, that the story has ended, Andy Powers keeps putting out press releases in an attempt to convince potential investors that Communiclique exists and Andy is a businessman instead of a common criminal. Remember that part of Peter Pan where Peter implores anyone who will listen to declare their belief in fairies? That was the only way to bring Tinkerbell to come back to life. Andy Powers thinks he's Tinkerbell and if he keeps asking for applause his company will not die and he will not find himself in Prison. Andy thinks he's a Fairy and he needs an audience to show they believe in fairies. Now before I go on, I want to give a message to Andy Powers children's classmates. I hear that you are teasing his kids mercilessly because of the crimes of the father. I know you kids are reading this. Please lay off. The Powers kids are not guilty of the crimes of the father. In fact, they are innocent victims. Help them don't hurt them. Show that you have compassion. Now...

Communiclique Data Details

Before Communiclique was exposed as a giant Ponzi scheme, the company Andy Powers and Ram Reddy were telling anyone who would listen that it was a Billion Dollar Unicorn. Now we know it is practically worthless. A group of investors recently won a judgment to put the company in receivership. The Bankruptcy lawsuit shed light on the murky details of this company (first story on this dumpster fire company and Andy Powers here) Here are just a few facts recently made public thanks to the bankruptcy proceedings. The Cap Table and how much each investor would have realized if the company exited at a billion dollar valuation. Shareholder Shares Percentage Value Empower LLC/Andy Powers 6,389,000 27.61% $ 276,149,974 Srin Reddy 5,000,000 21.61% $ 216,113,612 Devasena Reddy Irrev Trust 1 2,042,687 8.83% $ 88,290,493 Parva Reddy Family Trust 2 2,042,666 8.83% $ 88,289,586 Parva Reddy Family Trust 1 1,242,750 5.37% $ 53,715,038 Ram Reddy 720,000 3.11% $ 31,120,360 Jason Donahue Trust 526,000 2.27% $ 22,735,152 Kamakshi Radha Reddy 500,000 2.16% $ 21,611,361 Jai Gupta 476,191 2.06% $ 20,582,271 Jason Donahue IRA 400,000 1.73% $ 17,289,089 New Angel Capital LLC 333,334 1.44% $ 14,407,603 Diwakar Nagula 272,728 1.18% $ 11,788,047 Sam Medile 260,000 1.12% $ 11,237,908 Tim Gentry 250,000 1.08% $ 10,805,681 Federal Express Investments 238,096 1.03% $ 10,291,157 Barique Holdings 173,612 0.75% $ 7,503,983 Most Holdings 152,000 0.66% $ 6,569,854 Justin Connor 120,000 0.52% $ 5,186,727 Janardhan Nukalapati 100,000 0.43% $ 4,322,272 Ram Gupta 100,000 0.43% $ 4,322,272 Tim Lee 90,000 0.39% $ 3,890,045 Seetaramayya Nagula 90,000 0.39% $ 3,890,045 Andrew Schwartzman 89,960 0.39% $ 3,888,316 Gemma Medile 80,000 0.35% $ 3,457,818 Stephen Clune 80,000 0.35% $ 3,457,818 Satish Nagula 68,183 0.29% $ 2,947,055 Kishor Nagula 68,183 0.29% $ 2,947,055 Chuckie Reddy 60,000 0.26% $ 2,593,363 John Carleton 55,753 0.24% $ 2,409,796 Shapur Bashar 53,334 0.23% $ 2,305,241 Shankar Ram 50,000 0.22% $ 2,161,136 Robert and Carole Donahue Family Trust 50,000 0.22% $ 2,161,136 Dean Catino 45,000 0.19% $ 1,945,023 Carolyn Lee IRA 43,333 0.19% $ 1,872,970 Ashok Patel 43,000 0.19% $...

Morally Bankrupt Communiclique Declared Financially Bankrupt

This Morning, in a Deleware Court, Communiclique declared financially bankrupt by a judge. Communiclique (AKA Clique & CliqueAPI) CEO, Founder and Board Member, Andy Powers did not show up in court as the judge had ordered. Based on the fraudulent evidence, the judge referred Andy Powers to the US Attorney's office on criminal charges. Game On! Or Game Off! Or where the hell was Andy Powers? Let the Games Begin! In addition, the judge declared Andy Powers, big shot, big-time business guy, master of the universe, financially bankrupt...

DCTech Startup Crime Update

It's that time again for the DCTech Startup Crime Update. Lots of little movement with the Crooks and Criminals of DCTech but not enough to warrant a single subject blog and therefore I'm going to provide a general DCTech Startup Crime Update on multiple happenings around DCTech. DCTech Startup Crime Update -Existing Projects Andy Powers and Communiclique (Clique, CliqueAPI) - Every month that Andy doesn't live rent-free on the federally funded 3 hots and a cot program, costs his investors a ton of evaporating capital including the $35 thousand per month rent on his home (see home and court details).  On Monday 4/29, Andy Power's lawyer showed up just prior to the 4 PM deadline with the data to prove that the company was a legitimate business. The invoices submitted were obviously fraudulent...