Email to Steve Easterbrook and the Board of Directors of McDonald’s Corporation
Subject : Phone call about McDonald’s Monopoly frauds
Date sent : May 31, 2019 at 23:36（Beijing time）
To : Steve Easterbrook <Steve.Easterbrook@us.mcd.com>, Board of the Directors of McDonald’s Corporation <email@example.com>
THIS EMAIL IS ALSO ADDRESSED TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF MCDONALD’S CORPORATION.
I AM FORMALLY ASKING THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF MCDONALD’S CORPORATION TO IMMEDIATELY START AN OFFICIAL INQUIRY INTO THE MCDONALD’S MONOPOLY FRAUDS WHICH HAVE HAPPENED ACROSS EUROPE AND ACROSS THE WORLD FOR THE LAST FEW YEARS.
I believe McDonald’s Corporation is currently bankrupt if the rule of law is upheld in Europe.
I therefore believe Steve Easterbrook is currently defrauding investors in the McDonald’s Corporation stock by failing to disclose a profit warning, proving warning which should warn investors that McDonald’s France is currently virtually bankrupt.
I believe the corporate veil might be pierced due to the seriousness, and the obviousness, of the frauds. It doesn’t require profound judicial skills to understand McDonald’s has committed multiple counts of fraud. That’s why I believe you can’t hide behind your lawyers’ mistakes, because of the obviousness of the frauds.
I therefore strongly encourage the Board of directors of McDonald’s Corporation to start investigating now rather than later.
ATTN : Mr. Easterbrook and the Board of directors of McDonald’s Corporation
I’ve tried to call you on this phone number : +1 630-[***\ REDACTED]-9612
I can’t confirm for certain it was you since the person who answered hanged up rather abruptly.
But according to the American white pages, I am reasonably confident it might have been you, Stephen James Easterbrook, CEO of McDonald’s Corporation.
If you were the person who answered the phone, it’s a mistake to hang up so abruptly since I am soon going to formally notify you through certified mail. Sooner or later, you won’t be able to pretend you weren’t aware of what was going on.
That’s why I am publicly asking you whether you are willing, yes or no, to have an honest conversation about the frauds McDonald’s Corporation and its affiliates have committed worldwide during the last few decades.