NY Company and Google Sabotage Albuquerque Sakura Sushi, LLC

New York company, SinglePlatform, has partnered with Google in what we consider to be a financial scam to extract millions of marketing dollars from unsuspecting restaurant businesses across America. They promise to help businesses “get discovered by more hungry people with SinglePlatform.” SinglePlatform and Google sabotaged the fine reputation of Sakura Sushi, LLC. Beware!

SinglePlatform, without permission, without seeking the consent of Sakura Sushi, LLC, and without notifying Sakura Sushi, LLC, added product information to the large and growing SinglePlatform database and furthered this product information online through numerous publishers. Their action was fraudulent, as the product information was incorrect and the action was taken without permission or knowledge by Sakura Sushi, LLC. For over two years now, Sakura Sushi, LLC, has been peppered with frustrated customers.

Customers have been [rightfully] angry that product information about Sakura Sushi, LLC was incorrect. SinglePlatform has caused conflicts over product pricing. SinglePlatform has caused confusion over product offerings. The fraudulent actions of SinglePlatform has diminished the good name and brand of Sakura Sushi, LLC. And, today, the fraudulent product information about Sakura Sushi, LLC that was posted by SinglePlatform remains online. Representatives of Sakura Sushi, LLC have been forced to invest thousands of dollars of research and investigative time – yet still cannot get the fraudulent information removed.

This image below is a screen capture from October 10, 2016. The source is SinglePlatform. They passed the information to Google and Sakura Sushi, LLC cannot get this removed. For over two years … we have been unable to get this removed. Sakura Sushi, LLC never posted product information online. This information is inaccurate; the action of SinglePlatform is fraudulent; their team has treated Sakura Sushi, LLC with disrespect.


We are uncertain why SinglePlatform engaged in this fraudulent action. Yet after hours of investigation and consultation with SinglePlatform managers, it appears they need to expand their perceived scope of services. SinglePlatform charges over $1,200 per year to add product information to their servers and populate this throughout the Internet. It appears they needed a “critical mass” of clients to become viable. Thus, they simply seek out restaurants and add product information to their system. And, as we witnessed, they do not ask permission or verify the accuracy of the information.

In my conversations with Michael Lucero, Chris McKay and Josh Glantz of SinglePlatform, they informed me their company had over 40,000 clients. At $1,200 per year, this would make SinglePlatform a $40 million per year corporation. I have interviewed and researched many companies over the years. SinglePlatform is not a $40 million per year operation. Their team is inexperienced. The work we observed was unprofessional, sloppy, reckless and negligent. We assume SinglePlatform is not charging everyone $1,200 per year – just those stupid enough to pay their high costs.

Our first contact with SinglePlatform occurred on September 12, 2016. After weeks of research and investigation, Sakura Sushi, LLC determined SinglePlatform was the source of the market confusion. I first spoke with Corey Densing. He identified himself [misleadingly] as the Director of Inbound Sales. SinglePlatform reps told us later this is not his title. Densing refused to remove the inaccurate information unless Sakura Sushi, LLC created an account and began paying $99/month.

This demand was outrageous. I asked to speak with him supervisor. Densing told me his supervisor did not have a phone. I told Densing that was a lie. I said, “Everyone has a phone today. Please let me speak with him.” Densing told me he would not permit this. He refused my multiple requests to speak with someone more senior. When I said I would wait to be transferred, Densing said nothing and perpetuated “dead air” for some seven minutes. He simply wasted my time and hoped for me to hang up. Finally, I broke the silence and demanded to speak to someone else. Densing refused this request and required me to submit my concerns through their general public email account. How infuriating!!! I sent about 20 emails through their online system.

SinglePlatform and Google Collaboration
As we know, Google is a monster money-generating system. SinglePlatform and Google have formed a partnership to extract revenue from companies listed by Google in their massive search engine database. The screen capture below shows how Google lists Sakura Sushi, LLC:


As we also know today, Google takes pictures of your home and businesses across America. They add detailed information about companies. This encourages computer users to “search” their database for business and product information. For people who land on Sakura Sushi, LLC or other restaurants, they find a MENU option in the listing. [see RED circle above] Clicking on the MENU option opens the product information. In this case, the inaccurate information was fraudulently posted by SinglePlatform and picked up by Google. Although Sakura Sushi, LLC has taken ownership of their Google listing, they cannot change the MENU information. This is controlled by SinglePlatform and Google. To make modifications to THEIR OWN product information, Sakura Sushi, LLC must pay money to SinglePlatform and Google! This seems to be a form of extortion.

In addition, for restaurants who do not wish to purchase the SinglePlatform/Google services or who cannot afford the $1,200 annual package [$30,000 over 25 years], they are “downgraded” to a broken page. See the screen capture below:


Any web developer will warn you about the damage from a broken link. Broken links lead visitors to abandon their search. Google and SinglePlatform encourage visitors to click the MENU option when they come to the page. Yet clicking on the MENU option leads to a dead end. A professional developer would REMOVE the option unless there is product information available to the visitor. A professional would not draw in a visitor simply to show a dead end. This inefficiency and lack of professional design punishes businesses who do not join the SinglePlatform/Google team. This is a system designed solely to funnel money to SinglePlatform and Google. Kind of what we see in movies about New York City and the mafia. “Give us money or we break your knees and diminish your reputation.”

Value Added
For many restaurants, paying an additional $1,200 per year in marketing services is a big deal. Yet for companies who do not have a website or who have not posted their menu online, this might make sense. A good website can range from $1,000 and more. Thus, should they consider SinglePlatform and Google.

Here’s the reality of SinglePlatform. Your company decides to try their services. You pay $99/month; you send text files or pictures of your product information, and SinglePlatform adds your information to their database. Part of their service is to submit your product information to dozens, if not hundreds, of publishers. They in turn send this information to thousands of smaller publishers. In a matter of months, your product information can be found on websites around the world. Cool, isn’t it?

Now, let’s say Year #2, you no longer want to participate with SinglePlatform and Google. You drop your subscription. You instead post your new and updated menu on a $1,000 website that your kid did for a high school project. Unfortunately, since you are no longer part of the SinglePlatform and Google clique, your new and updated menu does not populate around the world. While your website has the correct information, there are thousands of websites and portals around the world that now display your old and outdated information. It may take years and millions of dollars to correct this.

This is how SinglePlatform and Google trap you into remaining a paying client. And, at their current rates of $1,200 per year, you will be forced to pay some $30,000 or more over the next 25 years. We found our experience with SinglePlatform and Google to be a fraudulent exercise. We alert you to what we believe is Internet Robbery. You can create a fantastic website today for less than $5,000 – and you will have complete control over your product information.

Beware the Shiny Suits from New York City. They sabotaged Sakura Sushi, LLC. Don’t let them diminish your fine business and outstanding reputation.


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Facebook Feeds Your Kids Porn

Facebook is full of porn – sick, degrading stuff. It’s designed for young boys ranging from 10 to 85. Facebook reports they have over 1.4 billion users. Facebook’s goal is to make money, not police content and protect your kids. If you have teens and children, this is what they are seeing.

I found this collection of three images posted to my page – without my knowledge or consent. Someone was simply able to post them. I don’t check my page often, so they were there for a number of days for friends and family to see.


Here’s a full page screen capture of two posts that were added to my page without my knowledge or consent. Your kids likely get this all the time as well.


Another example. I was “invited” to friend Cameron Frankie. Just by clicking on the invitation, Facebook routed me to this page. The links in the images were active, which would have allowed me to follow on to more porn – and possible computer viruses and malware. Facebook fails to police their billions of pages and enforce their Community Standards. Your children are highly vulnerable.


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Facebook is RACIST and I’m Leaving

On September 20, 2016, police shot and killed Keith Lamont Scott, a Black man, in Charlotte-Mecklenburg, North Carolina. I was supporting a friend who posted a favorable opinion about Mr. Scott. We believed he had been wrongfully killed by the police officer.

A White male I did not know, Josh Bennett, responded to my comments. He was on the other side of this issue. Initially, his opinion was civil and we respected his right to voice an opposing viewpoint.

After a couple of exchanges, Josh Bennett wrote in a follow up: “And unlike you so eager to believe everyone is a victim or a racist I will take the cops word over that of a scumbag criminal any day of the week.” [emphasis mine]

Calling a dead man a “scumbag criminal” crossed the line to me. Mr. Scott does not deserve to be characterized in this manner. Therefore, I responded:

“As neither you nor I were there, you [sic: your] RACIST attitude is glaring. Scumbag??? I’ve had enough of your uncivil attitude! Done!”

I ended my conversation with him. Although I saw a Facebook notification Josh had responded, I didn’t return to the page to check. My patience with this White male was exhausted.

While reading HuffingtonPost the next morning, I wanted to comment on the article. I discovered Facebook had blocked my account. Not only was I blocked on Facebook, I was unable to post on HuffingtonPost. I cannot use my Facebook Messenger service. I am blocked from all other functions as well. Facebook blocked me for 30 days. There is NO appeal process. Here is the notice from Facebook:

Facebook BLOCKED me, not the racist White Guy

Facebook BLOCKED me, not the racist White Guy

As we know, Facebook is staffed primarily by White males. Generally, young people are tolerant and disapproving of racist attitudes. Apparently, the person who reviewed this conversation isn’t that way. Facebook protected a Racist; and penalized the writer who was demanding more civil behavior.

Facebook is RACIST and I’m Leaving … I urge you to do the same.

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The CORRUPT Thin Blue Line

To: Bill Buley, Editor-in-Chief, The Garden Island
Bernard Carvalho, Kaua’i County Mayor
Darryl Perry, KPD Chief
Lt. James Miller, KPD Internal Affairs

About a year ago, I emailed a series of warnings to KPD and Kaua’i County leaders. I had a number of unfortunate encounters with KPD officers. Initially, they refused to assist when I tried to clear drug dealers from our residential compound. Officers told me, “boys will be boys.” As I worked harder to get authorities to take action, the thugs learned of my efforts and turned on me. The incompetence of KPD emboldened them. I filed three complaints with KPD Internal Affairs. The department still refuses to answer my concern filed December 2014.

Attempting to get my matter reviewed, I warned Chief Perry his silence represented corruption. He is covering up BAD cops in the department. Americans are monumentally frustrated with police across our nation. Law enforcement forms a Thin Blue Line. Citizens are urged to TRUST the uniform. Thus, when just ONE officer is corrupt, and when departments cover up their corruption, Americans lose faith in the entire Line. We begin to FEAR the Thin Blue Line. Its appears two Black Americans were “assassinated” by police this week. As a result, a sniper opened fire in Dallas and murdered many GOOD officers. I warned Chief Perry his failure of leadership would lead to more violence. I told him “blood would be on his hands.” Over and over and over, we see examples of BAD cops … yet nothing changes. Only good cops can weed out bad ones. The public is not allowed to provide oversight. KPD Internal Affairs and Chief Perry are failing the Thin Blue Line across America.

About 20 years ago this month, my wife and I were living in Albuquerque, NM. We rented an apartment in a seedy area around the university we were attending. Due to the 4th of July holiday, we were accustomed to pops and loud bangs of fireworks. A series of bangs caught my attention. I told my wife, “That wasn’t fireworks. Those were gun shots.” I ran outside to investigate. My wife followed with our “cordless” phone. We didn’t have cell phones back then.

The sounds led me across the street to watch a young Black man stumble out a side door of a neighboring home. He fell down 3-4 stairs, landed on his face with his head on the ground. I rushed to him. He had a gun shot wound in his upper back; another lower near his spine. He was bleeding badly. I cradled him, pulled off my shirt to use as a compress and applied first aid. He was slipping in and out of consciousness. When I could, I urged him not to move. The wound near his spine was concerning, but he told me he was in great pain.

I held the man until paramedics and police arrived. Another man had been in the house. He was flushing something down the sink — illegal drugs. This is the violence of drug crime. The first police officer to interview with me was “official looking.” I learned later he was Albuquerque’s Chief of Police. He helped wipe the blood off my arms. He praised my courage and action. Over the next few years, I worked closely with Albuquerque Police, courts and corrections, probation and parole. As a university researcher, I wrote a series of reports about the criminal justice system in New Mexico. When Gary Johnson became governor in 1998, he used my research as the basis for his policies to reform our drug laws. He was the first governor in the nation to call for marijuana legalization.

This was a time of Community Policing where citizens worked together with law enforcement to take control over thugs on our streets. Funding soon dried up for these programs. Governor Johnson was ridiculed for his “extreme views.” Darren White, the governor’s director of Public Safety, resigned in protest. (Ironically, White now serves on the board of a Medical Marijuana company.) Public money was funneled to bigger, badder weapons for the police. Community Policing evolved into Tactical Response. Police today are similar to our national troops in war zones. Police are scared of the people; people are scared of the police. Fear runs rampant through our communities.

Americans have LOST FAITH in their leaders and institutions. This is reflected by those on both the Right (Trump supporters) and Left (Berniecrats). As a result of FAILED LEADERSHIP in this country, Americans do not LIKE each other; Americans do not TRUST each other; Americans FEAR each other. The blood of brave officers and innocent civilians is now the Currency of Corruption.

A STORM IS COMING … you have been warned.

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J David Carey, MD Left Me With Cancer

I have skin cancer. I put my trust in J David Carey, MD, and his High Desert Dermatology clinic located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. My request was simple: please remove the small (8.0mm) Squamous Cell Carcinoma from the back of my right hand. Dr. Carey’s team failed to do this. Although they charged me over $680.00 for CPT 17271: Destruction of the malignant lesion and related services, they intentionally did not “go deep enough” to remove all the suspected carcinogenic tissue. They promised to notify me of results within two weeks. They lost my records and failed to contact us until more than six weeks had passed. In a panic, they urged my return.


A couple days later, I received an invoice for services – the clinic had failed to notify me that my insurer had declined payment over a month earlier. Upon review with my insurance reps, I learned they required a referral from my primary care doctor. To do this, I needed to speak with Dr. Carey. The clinic refused my wife and my multiple requests to meet with the doctor. When I tried to reach their billing agent, I found she did not take phone calls. When I tried to email her, I discovered their email system did not work properly.

I no longer trust J David Carey and his clinic. While searching for another provider, I learned Dr. Carey had worked for Albuquerque Dermatology Associates. The rumor is they asked Dr. Carey to leave the practice for “sloppy, unprofessional behavior.” I definitely found Dr. Carey’s clinic to be sloppy and unprofessional. I still have skin cancer.

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Chronic Pain Patients Prefer Marijuana To Opiate Painkillers

A study of patients with chronic pain has demonstrated, yet again, that for many people, cannabis is a more than feasible alternative to opioid pain medication like OxyContin and Vicodin.

The new study, published this month in The Journal of Pain, conducted a retrospective survey of 244 chronic pain patients—all of whom were qualified medical cannabis patients under Michigan law.


BigPhRMA v. Nature: Which is Better For You?

The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor researchers found that among patients with chronic pain who have access to legal cannabis, cannabis use was associated with a significant decrease in opioid use, an increased quality of life, and fewer side effects and medications used.

“This study suggests that many chronic pain patients are essentially substituting medical cannabis for opioids and other medications for chronic pain treatment, and finding the benefit and side effect profile of cannabis to be greater than these other classes of medications,” the study authors concluded.


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Prince: America’s Latest Opioid Death

The music world and fans around the planet were devastated Thursday, April 21st, to hear Prince had died. The sexy, erotic singer was 57. Prince was a quiet, reserved man — a hero actually. Since his death, the world has learned much about his generosity and compassion. The world is also waking up to the fact Prince suffered addiction to opioid pain medications. This is what killed the amazing artist.


Prince Rogers Nelson: June 7, 1958 – April 21, 2016


New reports suggest Prince was taking high levels of the painkiller Percocet, which is believed to have led to him overdosing on his private jet five days before he died. The Star-Tribune reported Prince was given a shot of the opioid antidote Narcan by first responders on the tarmac. Prince’s sister Lorna Nelson and brother Duane Nelson reported Prince not only abused the painkiller Percocet, but cocaine as well. [1]

“Doctor D” claims Prince would spend up to $40,000 on six month supplies of highly addictive Dilaudid pills and Fentanyl patches.

“Doctor D” claims he first met Prince in 1984 while he was filming the movie Purple Rain and he was already majorly addicted to opiates.

“Doctor D” claims Prince needed anti-anxiety drugs because he was so nervous — he could be nervous in a room with just five people in it. [2]

Benzodiazepines are the most common class of anti-anxiety drugs. [3] They include:

  • Xanax (alprazolam)
  • Klonopin (clonazepam)
  • Valium (diazepam)
  • Ativan (lorazepam)

Opioids and benzodiazepines … America’s MOST DEADLY cocktail.

Many recommend Medical Cannabis as a substitute for anxiety and pain issues. Some 24 states have legalized the medical use of marijuana, Pennsylvania being the latest, and if one is lucky to live in a state like New Mexico, they can even apply online at New Mexico Brief Relief to find out if they qualify.

[1] http://www.startribune.com/prince-death-investigation-focusing-on-drugs/377060521/
[2] http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/prince-cause-of-death-insomnia-painkillers_uk_571db9bee4b0727e4fe7a71d
[3] http://www.helpguide.org/articles/anxiety/anxiety-medication.htm


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