Re: Frauds in the Computer security industry [Stupid IdeaSeries]

Gregory Alan Bolcer (
Tue, 28 Sep 1999 09:44:21 -0700

That's a good start, but spin it out, end-user customize it and promote
it through hiring professional jurors. Have them register with your service,
provide "juror education" and certification, pay them per case. Think of all
the potential jurors out there that for a little time would more than happily
do supplemental pickup juror service, turn it into a money venture. Better
yet, do it pro bono and charge a 3-5% settlement fee that you receive
either way. Front the whole thing with Susan Estrich or Greta Van Sustren--
sort of a cross between eBay and You could start and launch the
whole thing for about $800k-$1.2M in less than 4 weeks with the majority
of costs going to advertising and marketing. Piece of cake.


"B.K. DeLong" wrote:
> At 07:57 AM 9/28/99 -0700, you wrote:
> >I woke up this morning for some reason thinking of Court TV. Two parties
> >essentially agree to binding arbitration overseen by a retired judge. Here's
> >my stupid idea for the day, rather than turn to vigilante justice, you pay
> >a serving fee to or, who gurantees that a notice
> >is sent either electronically or on paper a notice and information packet
> about settling their
> >issue at the site.
> You can also find something similar at and
> --
> B.K. DeLong 360 Huntington Ave.
> Suite 140CSC-305
> Boston, MA 02115
> 617.642.7149

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