A canadian businessman had forged documents to the court, but made a mistake with the font

A canadian businessman had forged documents to the court, but made a mistake with the font

Just had to choose something simpler.

Entrepreneur from Canada Gerald Macho may boast the epic judicial failure of modernity.

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The fact that in 2017, the company Macho Look Communications went bankrupt and he still owes creditors about 5.6 million dollars.

All this time he refused to pay their debts, but now he had no choice. In mid-January, the businessman came to the next meeting with the documents that supposedly proved his innocence: he claimed that his personal assets are not connected with the bankrupt company and cannot be used for payment of debts.

And Makhai managed to avoid problems, if not for one small but insidious error. During the review of treaties, the experts drew attention to the fine print, which was printed on the documents.

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During the download an error has occurred.It turned out that the paper that supposedly was made back in 1995, printed fonts Cambria and Calibri, which was developed in 2004 and appeared in Microsoft Office 2007 only.

Thus, the cunning plan of the entrepreneur, failed miserably and now he has not only to pay all debts to creditors, but also to answer to the law for forgery.

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