Originally Posted by Hale59
Here is the new owner
Disclaimer: I did business with FCPU back around 2004-2006 (possibly even as early as 2002) and never had issues with them during that time. I've also seen the same images of the results of the so-called meltdown that a lot of others have seen, as well as the anecdotal evidence of what went on. I wouldn't be against ordering from them today, especially if they had something I needed and it wasn't readily available via the places I've shopped these past few years.
What follows is merely an fyi for everyone's benefit:
That said, on the face of things (meaning what's available via the Internet), Lori seems like a nice person. According to what I've found on the net though, she's been with FCPU as the CFO from 2004-2014, and since 2017 owns both Liquid Assets Bookkeeping, LLC
(incorporated as an LLC per NYS), as well as Liquid Cooling
(which operates the FCPU web site; note the lack of any incorporation). That info was gleaned by way of her LinkedIn profile
The BBB also currently lists her
as the Principal (as CFO) for FCPU, through the business is not BBB accredited. It does currently have an A+ BBB rating.
Lastly, NYS does not currently recognize "Liquid Cooling" as a corporate entity, though it could be registered in Monroe County as a DBA (Doing Business As), which I didn't bother to check. OTOH, per current NYS records as of yesterday, Mark Friga is still CEO of FCPU.
If Lori is now the owner of FCPU, it might behoove her to get that spelled out in the official records, which could help put the entire episode of what happened in the past at FCPU to bed.
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