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Topic - Dirk Engling
Engling said Schmitz ended up putting club members in legal jeopardy through his recklessnes, but some wanted to work with him anyway because he radiated the social ease they lacked.
He told reporters his company was worth $200 million and that he was rescuing the struggling online startup company "LetsBuyIt" with an initial cash injection of up to four million euros ($5 million) and a promise of another 50 million euros ($65 million).