So y’all have been paying attention to this more than I have, but we need a new thread and you are good at filling in the gaps. Long story short: there was a lengthy thread on Ali Shitty’s Facebook page on a post where she was promoting her upcoming book about how bankruptcy can be a brave and noble endeavor one can undertake that involves or the only victims are large banks or something. So after a link was posted to an earlier Ali Shanti post on here, her own followers asked her pointed questions about the nature of her $800,000 in debt and her misrepresentation of her financial responsibility. She refused to elaborate on what the hell she was talking about, suggest that people should wait to buy her book (BUY MY BOOK!) to get a full explanation of her twisted reasoning regarding why she should be sainted for racking up massive amounts of consumer debt that she had no intention of paying off.
When shit got real and the truth was uncovered, Ali ran to Facebook to say that she would respond on Monday because she didn’t have time to go on Facebook. Now that it’s Monday, the post is completely gone, just like the debt she racked up. But not before some of her followers asked for some serious calls for truth time:
Jared Kane Ali, the fact that you have followers who may be willing to purchase your book on bankruptcy is the answer to “what’s underneath all of this” for Greg and others. You have said three times that you tell the truth and you will answer Greg, but you have completely avoided Greg’s original question. Here it is again. Are the figures posted on the blog site regarding your bankruptcy accurate? Did you really default on $800K of consumer debt, including $13K owed to Nordstrom’s? That was the question posed to you which you said you would answer today.
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Greg Habstritt Actually I unfriended you and tried to UNfollow you Ali.
I fixed that. Thanks for letting me know.
Why you feel compelled to post screen shots and everything else – man, I don’t know.
The drama is breathtaking.
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Ali Shanti Because otherwise Greg Habstritt, you would call me a liar.
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Jared Kane Greg asked, “Is the list of debts correct?” You replied that you would happily respond today. You have still not responded to that question. Take your time, of course, only pointing out you said you would respond. Surely you would agree that it would be sensible to research public records related to a person’s bankruptcy before purchasing that person’s book about bankruptcy. That is what happened here.
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Jason Lowen Ali, you are on the record saying that “always knew” bankruptcy was going to be in your future. My question is did you take out all these loans and run up these credits cards and not pay them back because you were planning to bail on this debt and file bankruptcy down the road?
I mean when I look at the list of debts you filed with the bankruptcy court, I’m shaking my head. It’s incredible. How does someone who claims to have been making millions not pay her debts? This isn’t something that happened over night. Where did your millions go Ali? You either lied about what you made or stashed everything into the trust you set up, out of reach of creditors.
You accumulated over half a million dollars in unsecured debt, mostly credit cards and business loans and lines of credit. It looks like you borrowed all this money, ran up all this debt with absolutely no intention of paying back a cent.
Last, according to bankruptcy records and court documents, you had clients who were suing you for malpractice and fraud, did you tell these people before or after they accepted your offer to settle about your impending bankruptcy?
AmEx I- 18k
AmEx II – 32k
BBVA line of credit – 17k
BBVA business debt – 33k
BBVA business debt – 47k
Beach Business Bank SBA loan I – 99k
Beach Business Bank SBA loan II – 59k
[name omitted] damages – 25k
Chase credit card – 22k
Citi card I – 56k
Citi card II – 36k
Discovery card – 16k
Frontier Airline credit card – 24k
Home Depot – 1800
Nordstrom – 13k
US Dept of Ed (student loans) – 40k
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