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Date Posted: 22:56:02 12/06/05 Tue
In reply to: WiseMan 's message, "Re: Tukatech not so bad...- Very bad" on 07:55:01 02/15/05 Tue
Our wrighting here is not going to shed any light to the court of Law. Mr. Sareen may also be having an attorney at law who has the licence to practice law in the US. Let them take care of their problem. Any way due to Mr. Ram's business tactics, we in USA are not living in fear like our present situation of any terror attack for which the root cause goes back to the greedy Shylock like people,as expressed by Shakespeare in The Merchat of Venice.
>>You say "they used to be business partners"...well,
>>usually that means each partner has the legal right of
>>ownership to the software and products involved,
>>unless there is something specific in writing that
>>states otherwise. I would not call a man a thief and a
>>liar just because a business partnership didn't work
>>out. This happens in business all the time!
>>Sometimes people go into business together and have
>>different ideas about how things should be handled,
>>and arguments may follow, and if issues are not
>>resolved, the partnership ends, and the parties
>>involved go their separate ways. What's wrong with
>>that? Why should one partner be labeled as the good
>>guy and the other partner as the bad guy??? What
>>exactly did Mr. Ram Sareen do that would make him a
>>There is nothing wrong with reselling HP products.
>>Many companies do that including Lectra. Many people
>>think of Lectra as being a good company, and they are
>>not. The bad things Lectra has done far exceeds any
>>bad things that Tukatech has done. Lectra has stolen
>>thousands upon thousands of dollars from its
>>employees. It buys up companies, and misuses their
>>employees. They take advantage of others, sometimes
>>causing great personal injury and hardship for those
>>unlucky enough to have ever gotten involved with those
>>bastards at Lecta. Yet Lectraís reputation is squeaky
>>clean and Tukatech is under attack.
>>Tukatech is not stealing any products! They are buying
>>them and reselling them. Nothing wrong with that! Most
>>customers have no idea how to setup an HP Plotter on
>>their system, so buying it from a middle man gets you
>>additional support that you otherwise normally would
>>not have. For many people it is worth it to pay a
>>little extra money in return for the added technical
>>support that goes with it. Itís much better to deal
>>with Tukatech than it is to deal with those SOBís from
>>Lectra! We should commend Mr. Ram Sareen for all the
>>good work he has done and not insult him!
>OK lets try and make somethings clear here.
>Tukatech USED to be a legal reseller. but is not
>anymore. we are no longer talking about a legitimate
>business but about stolen property
>it *CRACKED* Optitex version after the legal OEM ended
>rapped it up and put thier own name on it ILLEGALLY!!
>it put their name on HP Hardware ILLEGALY! they sell
>this stuff ILLEGALY and steal money on the back of the
>they created their own ILLEGAL version of Optitex
>(8.94 i believe) and they SELL IT!!! its Illegal. its
>optitex version below 8.94 were legal though...
>its not that their products are bad but it is not
>their to sell anymore... you might as well download or
>buy an illegal crack from the internet...
>I hope this sheds some light on things...
>Happy Valentine everybody...
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