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Former QVC executive gets 2 years in prison for embezzlement, fraud scheme


A former QVC executive was sentenced Tuesday to 30 months in federal prison for perpetuating a $1 million fraud scheme that enabled him to live a luxury lifestyle.

James D. Falkowski, 42, of Buffalo, N.Y., worked as a director for QVC, where he was tasked with enhancing the West Chester, Pa.-based television shopping networks brand and reputation in the entertainment and fashion industries.

But federal prosecutors said that without QVCs knowledge or approval, he instead used his role to embezzle and fraudulently obtain from the company over $1 million worth of money, goods and services, such as hundreds of thousands of dollars of first-class travel, hotel and resort stays, spa treatments.....Read More

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    hi all was thinking of getting this as a xmas pressie just wondered if anyone has had this or see anything like it

    Enjoy precision, accuracy and simplicity with the ultimate power tool 79.99

    would apprietate any comments, thanks mags

    http://www.jmldirect.com/Exakt-Saw-PE2299/

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    I bought one (different model I think) from QVC about a year ago. We used it to cut down hardboard which we lay on floorboards before carpeting. It did make our job a lot easier than using a Stanley knife, however you do need to press down quite hard in order expose the cutting blade and cut.

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    is the Exakt saw easy to use? it looks so in the demo video, but I'm not sure. Has anybody used this exaktsaw to cut laminate flooring?

    also the price has gone up to 89.99 and I wish I had bought one earlier at the lower price

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    I'd be interested to hear how people get on with the Exakt Saw too. I'm thinking of getting OH one for his birthday next month. Is it worth the money?

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    I bought the Ezact saw a few months ago but had to send the first one back as it certainly was not accurate. The depth gauge was way out.

    I received a replacement and it was a little better, so decided to keep it. It is very hard to push down to start the cut, as is the start switch itself. Weeker springs would have been so much better.

    The saw is very useful but the need to have a vacuum cleaner attached is also a pain. The sawdust etc cant get out unless sucked out.

    Would I buy it now? Probably not.

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