A Positive Outcome for our Recent Legal Case

XL Results Foundation reached a settlement on March 24th 2008 in the Singapore Courts on the legal case with Linda Ruck with respect to a number of allegations.

Linda Ruck, the defendant in the legal case that XL brought regarding many negative and untrue claims against the company, signed a full written confirmation, retraction & undertaking by a consent court order in the Singapore Subordinate Courts.

The undertaking includes:

1. A confirmation that she has been involved in approaching via email, and/or otherwise including postings on internet forums, blogs, websites and other means, various parties including the media, consumer groups, our members and partners.

2. An unreserved retraction of her allegations against Roger Hamilton, XL, and XL stakeholders and an unconditional acceptance that these are untrue and/or inaccurate. The retracted allegations range from claims of illegal activities, no money going to charity, misappropriation of funds, criminal investigations, fraudulent conduct and a withdrawal of her claim on pyramid sales – which are similar to all the claims found on the various emails and blogs.

3. An undertaking not to conduct or continue with any ongoing campaign against Roger and XL (through herself, anonymously or otherwise) and not to spam, blog or communicate with XL Members, XL stakeholders or the media to make negative comments about XL.

4. An undertaking to cease harassing XL, its members, partners and associated parties.

There is a link on http://www.resultsfoundation.com which will provide the details of this case for all concerned.

XL is glad to put the legal conclusion of this chapter behind itself and to have received vindication against all the claims that have been made through the Singapore Court System.A copy of the Consent Order of Court and full Confirmation, Retraction & Undertaking can be viewed here.



This site has been created by XL Results Foundation to warn you of bogus emails and blogs (about XL) posing as consumer associations, press bureaus and/or as our own Life Members.

March 2008 Update: Please note the court case referred to below, of the case by XL Results Foundation against Linda Ruck, initially submitted in 2006, is scheduled for trial on 24th & 25th March 2008. Submissions and Affidavits from both parties related to this case are available below.

Since March 2004 our members and our partners have been hounded by interconnected bogus emails and blogs, alleging wrongdoing of ever increasing proportion. While the allegations continually change, the pattern of engagement has remained the same.

What these emails and blogs look like

1. The emails are aimed to mislead and confuse. They are targeted at the email addresses of our Life Members and partners – often aimed at new targets who are not aware of the history of these emails. Recent emails have addresses such as “consumer.association@googlemail.com”, “scamalertconsumer@gmail.com”, “xlcomplaints@gmail.com” and have titles such as “Consumer Association – XL Results Foundation Scam” and “Scam Alert – XL Results Foundation Pte Ltd”. At last count, over thirty different bogus Google and yahoo email addresses have been set up to send thousands of such emails over the last 2½ years.

2. The blogs are posted on blog sites such as wordpage, blogger and more recently on a US site called http://www.ripoffreport.com. These blogs have equally alarmist titles such as “Roger Hamilton And XL Results Foundation Pte Ltd, Singapore Community Petition, Scam, Duped, Pyramid Scheme, Charity Scam, Mass Refunds, Deception, Misrepresentation, Cheating Singapore Nationwide” and “Roger Hamilton + XL Results Foundation Ponzi Scheme, Fraudster, Scam, Duped, Conman, Global Fraud, Misrepresentation”. Like the emails, they have numerous links to the same articles, blogs, etc and they are all posted using fictitious names such as “Hilton”, “Logan” and “Singapore Community”.

The contents of these emails, blogs, and our response

1. The emails follow the same themes in the allegations they make. They range from criminal misconduct to fraud to mistreated customers to financial shenanigans. Many of these are similar to the claims made by an ex-employee who left XL employment in March 2002. Some of these claims are now the subject of a legal case that XL presently has with this individual (this is the second such case that XL has with this individual). The history of this case, the claims and our specific responses to each one can be found here: You can view this at www.xlresultsfoundation-legal-file.com

2. On certain occasions, these emails and blogs have been targeted at the press and have resulted in press articles, which in turn are then mass spammed and blogged anonymously, misrepresenting the stories with headlines and editing designed to spread further alarm and distress. You can find our advisory to the media in relation to this pattern of behaviour here: www.resultsfoundation.com/mediaadvisory1 Members of the press are themselves concerned that their articles are being misused and are also keen to know who is distributing these.

3. While the many general claims are addressed in the two links above, we would also like to address some of the more recent claims here. The first is language conjuring up the image of mass discontent, action by consumer associations, government departments, legal actions and the like. These are all entirely false. XL has never been approached by any consumer association and has not been involved in any investigations by any government department in any country. The only legal case we are involved in at present is the one mentioned above. Apart from the two legal cases (one that is currently ongoing) with this ex-employee, the only other legal case that has ever existed was one between XL’s Chairman, Roger Hamilton and the same ex-employee when in January 2007 she personally filed a magistrate’s complaint for criminal defamation against Mr Hamilton. Significantly, she subsequently withdrew that complaint in April 2007 (after she appointed a lawyer to represent her in these matters against the company and Mr Hamilton, and presumably after receiving legal advice that her claim of criminal defamation was clearly unsustainable).

4. The second recent claim – of XL being an illegal ‘pyramid sales’ company – first appeared as a defense by the defendant’s new lawyer in this case in March 2007 (The argument being that the breach of contract claim against the defendant could be defended if XL could be shown to be operating illegally). XL was issued with interrogatories from the defendant demanding detailed accounts on the basis that it was operating illegally. XL applied to the courts for the interrogatories be withdrawn and the Singapore Court ruled in XL’s favour, ordering the interrogatories to be withdrawn in August 2007. Even so, the emails and blogs continue with these same spurious claims that XL is a ‘pyramid sales’ company and also that we are “blocking legal attempts for full disclosure of the company accounts”. You can read our affidavit on the matter, detailing our responses on exactly why XL has no similarities to pyramid sales and the court’s ruling here at www.xlresultsfoundation-legal-file.com

5. The third recent claim – that there is some kind of ‘scam’ and thousands of customers ‘duped’ are all part of the language used to incite alarm. We operate with full disclosure, a satisfaction guarantee on all our major events and XL membership is transferable. XL Results Foundation operates in over 50 cities around the world with members meeting monthly. As with all large companies, we respond to customer requests on a daily basis. We have service centres in Singapore, London and Los Angeles and anyone with legitimate requests, complaints and suggestions have the ability to connect with us freely and easily.

6. The fourth recent claim – a repeat of earlier claims that XL either does not contribute to charities or is not honouring its commitments to charity are, again, entirely false and absurd. XL’s mission is World Wide Wealth, and the many charity activities within XL, by XL companies and XL Life Members, are documented every month in our various updates, on the website and in XL Magazine and XL Radio. The progress of our XL SEA Program – our accreditation program for Social Enterprises and a full history of charity activity by XL Companies can be found here: http://www.resultsfoundation.com/index.php?id=66

What you can do

The legal case is due for court hearing sometime in early 2008. In the meantime, we request that you take all these anonymous or bogus emails and blogs with a big pinch of salt. We have also found that a reply to sender requesting that your name be removed from the spam list usually results in one or more personal retorts followed by an end to the spam.

We will continue to be transparent in all aspects of our company, which is dedicated to growing the power of social entrepreneurs to create and contribute throughout the world. For verification or inquiries on all aspects of our global commercial and charitable activities, please contact XL at: xl@resultsfoundation.com

For the lighter side of XL, visit our website at www.resultsfoundation.com and we look forward to seeing you at any one of the 2,000+ events we will run in the coming year.

You can also listen to us on XL Radio at www.xl-radio.net

Posted by XL Group Management

Last updated on 19th November 2007






XL Results Foundation Pte Ltd vs Linda Ruck

Breach of Agreement Case:

XL Results Foundation Pte Ltd vs Linda Ruck

This site provides a summary of the case between XL Results Foundation (“XL”) and Linda Ruck (“LR”), together with XL’s responses to various claims regarding, including claims made by LR against, XL. This summary is provided by the Management of XL.

Posted on 8th November 2006. Updated on 5th November 2007.


1. Purpose of this Site
2. Background of XL vs Linda Ruck
3. Linda Ruck’s Claims and Our Responses
4. History of the Legal Case

1. Purpose of this site

This site is for any individual who has received emails or phone calls aimed to damage our reputation or the reputation of Roger Hamilton, and related to the claims below. We have decided to post this site following an apparent ongoing campaign of calls, blogs and emails against the company, which have now lasted over 20 months, to direct recipients of such claims to the proper facts.

2. Background of XL vs LR

LR was an employee of XL Results Foundation from April 2002 to March 2005. She was in a relationship with Roger Hamilton until late 2004. After this relationship ended, Roger reconciled with his wife and LR agreed to leave the company in January 2005. Matters then deteriorated and LR was escorted from the office premises in March 2005 by the police in disruptive circumstances. Since leaving the company, she has made multiple defamatory, false and/or inaccurate claims against XL and Roger, which subsequently led to legal actions.

It has also come to our knowledge that various bogus Yahoo and Gmail emails have been circulated to our members repeating the same and/or similar claims as those previously made by LR. At the time of posting, we are aware of several thousand emails sent from over thirty different bogus addresses over a period of 21/2 years. These bogus emails are designed to appear as emails sent either from consumer associations, press bureaus, the media, or our own partners, customers or members. Bogus blogs have also been posted with the same content on Blogger, WordPress and more recently http://www.ripoffreport.com and similar emails and blogs have been targeted at the media. We have posted a separate media advisory relating to this at: www.resultsfoundation.com/mediaadvisory1

The addresses include: consumer.association@googlemail.com, scamalertconsumer@gmail.com, xlcomplaints@gmail.com, press_services@yahoo.com; hub_media@yahoo.com; Roger.Hamilton_exposed@yahoo.com; members_xl@yahoo.com; xl_members@yahoo.com; bangkok_members@yahoo.com; hongkong_members@yahoo.com; xlmembers_hongkong@yahoo.com; alex_l_low@yahoo.com; jamestan_singapore2@yahoo.com.sg; davidlusingapore@yahoo.com.sg; yap80_anthony@yahoo.com; jones_peter04@yahoo.com.sg; davidlee_sing@yahoo.com; davidtan_sing@yahoo.com; frankiecinhongkong@yahoo.com; vinnyhudson@yahoo.com; stjames_susan@yahoo.com.sg; david.woodwood@yahoo.com; andrewtan_tanandrew@yahoo.com.sg; boonmee_bangkokg@yahoo.com; peters_dave60@yahoo.com.au; leerichard_rl@yahoo.com.sg; gopi_reza@yahoo.com; mark_slater62@yahoo.co.nz. New emails continue to be generated with the same content, recycled in different forms, on a regular basis.

In addition, three police reports have been lodged against LR, for trespass, defamation and theft. Following the third report for theft of the company computer, LR returned the computer from which defamatory emails purportedly sent by LR were recovered by computer forensics. These emails were filed in court as part of the legal case against LR. The suit was subsequently settled in April 2006 when LR signed a full retraction of the defamatory, false and/or inaccurate claims she had made and undertaking not to contact our stakeholders in the future.

Despite the undertaking, LR continued to contact our stakeholders, including XL Life Members, Country Partners and Partners. Three of these phone calls were recorded in June and July 2006 and contained the same and/or similar defamatory claims. We provided LR with the opportunity to focus her efforts elsewhere but when, in October 2006 LR’s defamatory activity continued to increase, we took the breach of agreement case back to court. At present the case is in process.

3. Linda’s Claims and Our Responsess

Below are our responses to the claims that LR has made, most recently in a series of telephone conversations with two of our licensees in June and July 2006.

The claims below are quotations taken verbatim from the phone calls::



LR CLAIM: “It’s all bullshit. Roger hasn’t given any money…. Money was promised to charity, and it was never given ….We always promised that ten percent of charity, ten percent of all the Life Membership funds would go to charity.”
XL RESPONSE: XL Results Foundation operates as a Social Enterprise as part of the XL Social Enterprise Accreditation Program and gives over 10% of profits to charity. A full schedule of charity activities and donations made is available here. Roger’s definition of a Social Enterprise is available here, and the XL2020 describes in detail our commitment and vision for social entrepreneurship and World Wide Wealth here.



LR CLAIM: “Roger and the company are under Criminal Investigation.…. Its’ completely out of everyone’s hands now. This, this has gone to the fraud squad and it’s a government department. There’s only six investigators in this squad, and if they look at you, or a company, you’re in absolute, deep shit….”
“It’s going to hit the fan, if there’s a, if, um, Commercial Affairs Department gets four serious complaints about a company doing business in Singapore, they’d look into it and it’d take them up to a year to investigate and it would take a year for them, unless you know, someone’s been killed, that it would take a year for them to come to your door. And I believe they’ve come to Roger’s office in the last two months and taken files out…. If you got CAD coming to your office taking away files I mean you should run for the hills.”
XL RESPONSE: XL and Roger Hamilton have not been under Criminal Investigation and CAD has never visited the company’s office. Following claims by a bogus Yahoo Email that CAD was investigating us in April 2005, CAD supported us in an email to members in April 2005 denying this. Linda claimed in phone conversations that she had visited CAD herself in relation to XL and an email recovered from her company computer encouraged a Life Member to make a complaint to CAD.



LR CLAIM: “He said ‘the money’s gone’. It’s been siphoned out of the country. I think it’s off shore in an off shore bank account. It’s certainly not in Singapore. No one can claim it. It’s, it’s gone – unless the government intervene…. It’s, um, he’s got massive debts, I’m not sure whether he’s paying someone off to keep them quiet, I don’t know. But he’s not, he doesn’t have the money.”
“That’s why we’re not going to hit him with the defamation suit, because my lawyer says he’s got no money…. I don’t know where the money’s gone… I often would ask him…. and I think it’s just been siphoned out of Singapore…. I saw the accounts before I had left and the company was in debt two hundred and fifty thousand dollars…”
XL RESPONSE: No money from XL has ever been ‘siphoned out of Singapore’. Our last three years’ accounts are open for public view. The company accounts have never been in debt by $250,000 or otherwise. Every year the company has been profitable and with a positive net value, which amounted to $1,141,119 in May 2006. All profits since the company was founded have been retained in the company.



LR Claim: “There’s a community petition in the , in the market, in Singapore and the region, it’s being consoli, consolidated by an independent media representative, her name is Ann Phua…. So she’s got fifty complaints and there’s probably two hundred that’s been launched…. Community based petition alleging fraud about the director who runs it, Roger Hamilton…Charity fraud, fraud of changing the company name when there were shares in the company, and misrepresentation to the consumer, serious allegations….
There are a lot of people who have taken legal action against Roger. There is a community petition. Now, that is not the work of one individual. It’s a lot of pissed off people…. It’s like a template, and I did not write it, I swear on a stack of Bibles, I did not write it.”
XL RESPONSE: A series of bogus yahoo emails sent to Life Members over a six month period claimed a community petition against XL. These included an “official complaint” template, which was subsequently found to be in a word document purportedly authored by LR. Ann Phua is a contact of LR. She is not a Life Member and has never been to an XL event. XL Management met with Ann Phua and said that if she had any legitimate complaints we would be happy to address them. Ann Phua eventually presented XL with names of Life Members in November who were seeking to transfer their membership and XL is now facilitating those transfers as we will for any Life Members. The various allegations of fraud, which is a criminal offence, are entirely baseless and have not been supported by any of our Members.We take great pride in the service we provide, and if any genuine complaints were to arise, which every company would expect from time to time, we would be the first to address them.



LR CLAIM: “He had investors who were trying to bankrupt him by taking him through the court system so he had to raise cash very quickly… Any Life Member can take legal action. He just sells in Australia and New Zealand, he’s got a cash cow, it pays for all the legal fees to wipe out everyone. People cannot stand up to him financially…. I also want to protect the Australian community and, um, that’s why Roger has kept me in litigation for a year and a half so I haven’t been able to speak…. Roger doesn’t know what the truth is anyway. He, he can blatantly lie, look at people in the eye and blatantly lie. And that’s the most disturbing thing, and you know, that’s obviously why we have a harassment case against him.”
XL RESPONSE: We have never been involved in any court case with any investors or Life Members in our history. XL did not keep LR in litigation. On the contrary, it was LR who began the litigation. We offered the opportunity to settle at any time by simply signing a retraction, and LR’s refusal to do so prolonged the litigation by nine months. In addition, there is no ‘harassment case’ against Roger as LR claims.



LR CLAIMS: “Any man or any business man that files four police reports against a business person in the community and an ex-staff member and an ex-woman that he’s been involved with, when that comes out, that will be absolutely explosive… I had five, five false police reports filed, filed against me. All because I said the money should go to charity.”
XL RESPONSE: We issued three police reports against LR in March and April 2005. The first was for criminal trespass, submitted by Dave Rogers on the recommendation of the police after LR entered the company office (without permission) one day after being escorted out by the police and warned not to return without permission. The second was for defamation, submitted by Roger and recommended by the CAD to pave the way for a court order to Yahoo for the bogus email sent claiming CAD was investigating XL. The third was for theft after LR refused to return the company computer after a series of warnings and a final warning from our lawyers. On the computer’s return, it was not operational and was sent to computer forensics, who recovered defamatory emails subsequently presented in court. None of the three reports were false, and none had anything to do with money or charities.



LR CLAIM: “Around ten licensees have been financially wiped out. All the other licensees apart from the New Zealand and Australia team, everyone got financially wiped out…. There are dozens of franchisees who’ve been basically wiped out financially… Ah, yeah, they get wiped out. All the licenses have gotten wiped out…. He’s wiped out all the markets, he cannot get licensees anywhere in Asia. He cannot sell his license. And none of them exist.”
XL RESPONSE: We currently have thirteen country licensees operating in thirty cities in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong, China, India, Dubai, United Kingdom, Mexico and United States. While four of the first operational license teams chose not to continue in the first two years these territories were taken by subsequent teams, and contrary to LR’s claims all current teams are enjoying growth in their countries. We continue to open in new countries and cities, and continue to receive requests for new licenses, most recently for Japan, Taiwan, Korea, France, Spain and Holland. XL continues to double in size each year as a result of the efforts of our licensees.



LR CLAIM: “When I came into the company it was ‘Roger pay the bills, pay the vendors, pay the staff. He’s had 100% staff turnover. He’s screwed the staff down. Around ten staff didn’t get paid when they left. And I said ‘Roger, pay the staff. This is wrong’. The only person who got paid was the accountant.”
XL RESPONSE: There has never been any staff of XL who has not been paid in full. Even in the case of LR, we were happy to pay the final $10,000 of her settlement when she finally signed the retraction.



LR CLAIM: “Life Members, even to last month, have actually asked for proof of donations, amounts, where they’ve been donated, phone numbers, and none of them have got them… members could never get what they wanted from Roger, whether they wanted to know where their funds were, if their funds were protected, where the money had gone to charity, when some of them started legal action. They were wiped out…. I believe at least twenty life members have been paid off… basically to go away. Pay them off to go away, not to not to speak out about the company and to go, he hasn’t paid off any women which is very interesting but he’s paid off Italians, Indians.”
XL RESPONSE: In any event where Life Members have requested for any information, we are the first to give it. No Life Members have been ‘wiped out’ or ‘paid off’.



LR CLAIM: “I called him a liar, and a cheat, and a con man and I said he deceived me, and members, and he was only doing it to steal people’s money, he didn’t give a shit about members, he didn’t give a shit about licensees, he didn’t care about his family, you know everything just came out when you have resented someone for a long, long time…. I said ‘Roger, be true to yourself. Be what you are. You are a very ruthless and shrewd business man. And that’s not a problem, but be that. Don’t be anything that you’re not because you cannot sustain it. You cannot get up and say you’re a philanthropist, and you care about children and animals ‘cause basically you don’t give a fuck.”
XL RESPONSE: Roger is the co-founder of our company, and has received many testimonials for the good work that he does. These comments never happened, and LR’s comments to Roger at the time of her departure were quite different.



LR CLAIM: “I’ve had to keep a very low profile because Roger is out to break me and he has to break me. He has to destroy me because if I go, if I come forward at some stage, which I certainly will, and I say to like the Sydney Morning Herald or Australian’s Woman’s Day I was involved with this man, we built up this company, I believed in philanthropy, in giving, and when I questioned him, you know I was physically removed from the office, I had four false police reports against me, he’s terrorized me over a year and a half, he’s slurred my character from New Zealand to the United Kingdom, it’s going to blow people away…. I’d much appreciate it if you don’t mention me because I’m just hammered to the point of bankruptcy because Roger’s got to destroy me.”
XL RESPONSE: Roger has no interest in destroying LR, and has never discussed LR and her activities unless in response to those affected by her activities. We would all prefer to focus on the growth of XL than on this matter. We all wish LR the best in moving forward and while this site has been posted to provide concerned individuals with the facts of the case, it will be removed once LR chooses to stop her activities against the company such that there is no further need for it.



LR CLAIM: “The media, ah, there are two journalists at the moment. One who has recently finished writing about a massive charity fraud in Singapore, the National Kidney Foundation, so there’s two journalists who are actually on it. And he will be exposed. There’s absolutely no doubt it about it. It’s just a matter of when…. I have a strategy that, that, I would really like to get to the press in Queensland, that’s my last resort. And then sending them a copy of the petition.
“You’re much better off then the people in Dubai or India. Can you imagine what would happen to them, they’d probably be killed. This is Asia, you screw someone over for a thousand dollars, they’re going to come after you. You might just get screwed tonight in your office and you know that’s, you know, that’s unfortunate but that’s basically it…. Asian’s have been very direct with me, I’ve met them walking up the street and they’ve said ‘Linda, you’re taking this guy on toe-to-toe. We do not operate that way. When we hit Roger from the side, he will never get up again.”
XL RESPONSE: From LR’s comments, her intent is to continue with this activity. We welcome any one who has been exposed to these comments to take them in context. We are also happy to speak to any concerned parties, whether the press, organizations or members of the public and provide further information or reassurances if necessary.



LR CLAIM: “I did not retract my affidavit. I retracted, I said that I did break confidentiality, I spoke to a few people and what is confidentiality, saying that the charity didn’t exist?… I do not retract that no money went to charity and the members are misrepresented and I do not retract that Roger is a dishonourable person, and has, does not honor his word. I don’t retract that in the least. I just feel I don’t retract anything…. I do have documents but obviously I’m not going to send them to you, I have to be careful, cause I don’t want a paper trial to me and one of the clauses is I’m not even supposed to be speaking to you, which I, to be frank, I don’t really care about.”
XL RESPONSE: LR’s comments are a contradiction to both the letter and spirit of the retraction she signed. This matter is now in the Courts, and we shall keep you updated on the progress of our claim against LR for breach of the Settlement Agreement entered into between XL and LR.

4. History of the Legal Case

All legal documents linked to below are a matter of public record and lodged with the Subordinate Courts of the Republic of Singapore.

1. On 1st Feb 2005, a Severance Agreement was signed between XL and LR. This agreement included clause 8: “CONFIDENTIALITY: From this day onwards both you and Roger Hamilton agree to keep the conditions of this agreement, your history within the company and all information related to your history, including financial details and company information confidential. You and Roger Hamilton also agree not to discuss or disclose any information which could be deemed detrimental, negative or harmful to the other party.
2. Between February 2005 and April 2005, we issued a number of warnings to LR for breach of this clause. On May 31, XL withheld LR’s final payment as a result of continued breaches.
3. In June 2005, LR submitted a claim for breach of contract for S$10,000.
4. In June 2005, we submitted a counter claim for breach of contract for S$50,000.
5. In August 2005, LR submitted her first affidavit on the case, focused at how we had breached contract by canceling an issued cheque for S$10,000.
6. In September 2005, Roger submitted his first affidavit on the case, focused at how LR had breached contract and her disruptive behaviour.
7. In September 2005, LR submitted her second affidavit on the case, introducing various new allegations against Roger and XL.
8. In November 2005, Roger submitted his second affidavit on the case, with documentation disputing the various allegations by LR.
9. In November 2005, Roger submitted his third affidavit on the case, introducing the various emails recovered from LR’s company computer.
10. Between October 2005 and March 2006, LR’s lawyers made a total of five offers of settlement. Each time, our lawyers replied that we would settle only on the basis that LR signs a full retraction of her baseless, false and/or inaccurate allegations and an undertaking not to contact our partners and members further.
11. On April 2006, after our lawyers served on LR a list of interrogatories requiring LR to state on oath her position and/or to provide answers to a series of questions which may be relied on in Court at the trial of the action, LR signed the retraction. As a result, the claim and counter claim were withdrawn.
12. In October 2006, we sent LR a writ of summons for continuing to breach the settlement agreement.
13. In January 2006, after LR began to represent herself, she took out a separate criminal case against Roger for defamation. This was later withdrawn by her.
14. In March 2007, following the appointment of a new lawyer, LR submitted a new affidavit introducing the defense that XL may be an illegal pyramid sales company, thus making a breach of contract by her legally permitted.
15. In April 2007, LR submitted interrogatories requesting detailed financial information from XL, on the basis that this would prove the claim in her affidavit regarding XL’s illegality.
16. In July 2007, Roger submitted an affidavit requesting withdrawal of LR’s interrogatories on the basis that XL was not a pyramid sales company and LR had ulterior motives for filing, together with documentation of the emails sent out by her and by anonymous / bogus emails.
17. In August 2007, the court ordered in XL’s favour and LR’s interrogatories were withdrawn.
18. The case is currently in process. When LR repays the company’s money of S$50,000 paid to her in the breached settlement, we will donate the money to charity.

To read the latest comment from XL to our Life Members on this matter, see here.

For further information or clarification please email XL Management: members@resultsfoundation.com

XL Results Foundation, 30 Robinson Road, #02-01 Robinson Towers, Singapore 048546

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