Nice job, Phillip Bennett

Thanks a bunch for screwing things up for the hard-working employees at Refco who are left wondering what the hell is going to happen to them because you’re an ass. So glad you could afford the $50 million bond to get out of jail, while the employees you left behind wait and wonder for the next shoe to drop. And why should I care, you ask? Because it is affecting someone I love, who is currently employed with the company you single-handedly stripped of credibility. Unfortunately, losing a job is a fact of life. But when that fact of life bops you and your co-workers on the head, out of nowhere, because some greedy CEO billionaire wants to play hide and seek with $430 million, and not tell anyone? That’s hard to swallow.

So THANK YOU Phillip Bennett, for thinking of no one but yourself. Dumbass.

3 Comments so far

  1. Jerry (unregistered) on October 26th, 2005 @ 1:42 pm

    What does Steve know? Let’s hang the guy and then get round to looking at the evidence. Look at this way. Your loved one has had employment and probably well paid at that out of Refco so stop whining

  2. Doh (unregistered) on November 10th, 2005 @ 3:57 pm

    Had he come clean about the debt when it happend (1998) Refco would have been closed then. So thank Bennet for letting you have a job for 7 years more than you otherwise would have DUMB ASS!

  3. steven (unregistered) on November 10th, 2005 @ 8:05 pm

    Hold on a sec…nope, not April Fools Day…huh…

    Anyway, the fact that I need to respond to these comments…So let me get this straight…you’re defending a guy who single-handedly took down a company because of his deceitful ways? And if I hear you correctly, I have no right to complain because my wife was actually employed for a period of time? And I should thank Mr. Bennett for being a tight-lipped liar?

    First off, I’ll whine if my wife loses her job. She and I have every right to do so. Everyone ever affected with job loss, if not self-induced, has the right to do so. Then we’ll get on with our lives and deal with it. If I go with Jerry’s rationale, I have no right to complain because she was employed in the first place. I’m sorry if people don’t have jobs, but I’m still going to bitch if I lose mine.

    And Doh, well, your comment matches your name all too well. Whether it’s 7 or 6 or 756 or 3, it doesn’t matter. She’s still probably going to lose her job. If it was 7 years ago, I assure you I would have bitched then, then moved on.

    If anyone wants to berate or yell or scream at me because I or someone I know bitches about losing their job, go for it. I’m not going to apologize for being upset with corporate greed and CEOs who ruin things for everyone, especially if it affects people I know.

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