Sunday, June 16, 2013

It Must Be The Gold and Diamond Encrusted Model IPads

Organizers of the Charlotte, N.C., convention have filed a police report for lost and stolen electronics, some of which they appear to have valued at as much as 62 times the listed market prices. A reportedly stolen 13-inch MacBook Pro laptop? $75,537. The price listed on the Apple website is $1,199. A lost iPhone? $30,503. A lost Blackberry? $54,250.
...Other items reported to have gone missing at the convention included two iPads worth around $15,000 each, laptops listed at $40,000, $34,000 and $25,000 each, and other miscellaneous items worth far more than their list price. The report claimed that 40 items were reported lost and one item – the most highly valued one, the $75,000 MacBook Pro – was stolen.
The report was filed almost eight months after the convention, when the losses supposedly took place. The cost of the 41 missing electronics totaled $465,142.97, according to the police report. That averaged $11,344 per item.
I see two possible explanations; either the democratic party is running an insurance fraud scam on the insurance companies, or the insurance companies are complicit in a scheme to funnel donations back to the party under the guise of insurance pay offs.

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