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UDR, Inc.udr bullies pr-inside to delete bad biz finder press releases to hide the truth the night befor its 2q earnings conference call

UDR Bullies PR-Inside to Delete All 16 Bad Biz Finder Press Releases to Hide the Truth the Night Before Its 2Q Earning Conference Call

On the day before UDR's 2Q Earnings Conference Call, Bad Biz Finder was notified by its press release distribution company, PR-Inside, that David Berstein, UDR's lawyer at Burkhalter, Kessler, Goodman & George LLP, had severely threatened them unless they removed all 16 Bad Biz Finder press releases about UDR from the world wide web no later than the night before the earnings telephone conference call.

So, PR-Inside did what they said. However, Berstein had no court order nor any foundation based in law to request such an action. This was straight up intimidation tactics in violation of Bad Biz Finder's constitutional right to report the truth without fear of prior restraint.

But since when does UDR care about the law, they don't even list the legal name of their properties on tenant leases nor the agent for service of process as required by law to to virtually eliminate any chance of tenant-based litigation.

UDR wanted Bad Biz Finder's information out of the way so they could have unfettered access to lie, cheat and carry out a devious plan to pump up the volume and price of the NYSE:UDR stock. Bad Biz Finder had researched and reported on every single claim and lie that UDR reported for the past 4 months. One of the most glaring manipulations was when UDR CEO, Thomas W. Toomey bought 60, 000 share to manipulate the stock price and volume and to hide operations defect that were dragging the company down.

The 2Q earning conference call went on as scheduled and was a pack of lies from start to finish. But where was the evidence to the contrary? Deleted, no longer visible on the internet, removed by a corrupt law firm in Irvine, California, that believes that bribes and threats are the way to best represent its client's interests.

The links to the press releases are there but if you click on them, you get "error occurred." How convenient for this despicable company, Colorado-based Landlord/REIT, UDR, Inc (NYSE:UDR) that has systemically neglected every property it owns and spent the $200 million note receivable it collected in May on a GPS iPhone system and website bells and whistles instead of addressing the dilapidated condition of its properties making most uninhabitable according to state regulations.

They also go forward without concern to cheat tenants out of money on illegal lease clauses, security deposit withholding, and unlawful fees and fines. We know that UDR is afraid of Bad Biz Finder otherwsie they wouldn't have forced the removal of our news stories. Imagine the damage control they would have to deal with in reimbursing tenants for illegal early terminated fees 2.25 times the base rent, or the fact that they charge 10% per month (not per annum) or late fees, or that they defer liability for injury on their property sites or fail to maintain workers' compensation insurance on their employees?

We will be reposting all of our reports in several different locations, including this fantastic site, so if by chance you missed the news, you can at least read both sides of the story and judge for yourself the truth of the matter.

If you have any comments for David, here is a link to his California State Bar record:

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