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Ligatt Security, LLC Files Lawsuit Against Camelback Consulting, Inc. dba Camelback Web Architects

Ligatt Security, LLC Files Lawsuit Against Camelback Consulting, Inc. dba Camelback Web Architects

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 04/21/08 -- LIGATT Security files lawsuit against Camelback Consulting dba Camelback Web Architects, for Breach of Contract, Unjust Enrichment and Attorney fees in the State of Georgia on April 17, 2008. Camelback was the hosting company for LIGATT Security's website, www.ligattsecurity.net "When we first got a demo of their software around September of 2007, they gave us the dog and pony show. After we leased the software, which includes the hosting service, the dog and pony show was over. Their software did not include a manual or directions. If you called in for technical support they charged $100 an hour, even though we were paying $100 a month for the service," says Gregory Evans, Director of LIGATT Security, LLC. "They claim on their website 'Free Support,' but they do not mention that it is email support only. Every time we called their office we could not ever speak with anyone without paying first."

"Camelback charges a monthly fee of $49.95, $99.95 and $199.95, which includes Livesite software and hosting space on their servers. This is a month-to-month contract that can be cancelled at any time. All payments are due on the 1st of the month and are late by the 10th of the month. After LIGATT Security had placed over 500 pages and spent thousands of man hours building www.ligattsecurity.net, Camelback then told us that they wanted us to pay them $1097.00 for 1 year of service in advance. Even though Camelback sells their software for $499 and an Enterprise Edition for $999, they were asking us for more than if they sold the software to us outright," says Evans.

"We have consulted on over 100 cases involving cyber crimes and extortion. I just couldn't believe that we were being extorted," says Evans. "There is nothing different in what Camelback did than a hacker calling a company and saying give me $1097.00 or I will take your website offline," says Evans.

Although LIGATT Security has filed in state court, we are currently talking with federal prosecutors about criminal charges.

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LIGATT Security has placed copies of the lawsuit and exhibits at their website, www.ligattsecurity.net


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LIGATT Security is a world premier computer security, CCTV Technology and Hi-Tech Crime investigation company.

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