Of course, moving assets and changing names of businesses is a time-consuming business, but when you have a lot of experience in this area, it must become mundane and commonplace.
Ken Lynge Primby’s latest ruse is to rename his new Enkeltsfirma, hitherto known as “Connekt v/ Ken Lynge Primby”, to “Connect v/ Ken Lynge Primby”, so yet again the Connect Connection comes to the fore. Is that just something he thought of, or was it the plan all along?
Sorry, forgot to finish of the last entry by mentioning the change in text at the bottom. Whereas he used to say “Connect Resource Agency er en virksomhed…………..”, it has mysteriously changed to “Connect er en virksomhed…………..”.
Thanks to the magnificent Web Archive site, we can get even more of an insight into the past history of Ken Lynge Primby and Connect/Connekt.
Way back in 1999, Connect looked like this. First thing to note is that the address is Connect – Klamsagervej 14 – DK-8230 Åbyhøj. But the telephone number is still in use today, as is the domain name itself. So was the company an Enkeltsfirma back then, or some other lost Aps that never traded and was dissolved by a “friendly” liquidator?
By 2001, the site has progressed to the site we all know so well. It is unknown if the original developer ever got paid for it or whether he became a creditor of the Connect incarnation of the period. Note the reference to “Connect Resource Agency”, though. Still, he’s now at the Soren Frichs vej 38 address most of us will recognise.
By early 2008, Ken was obviously too busy to keep his site updated, and it was transfered back to Dandomain (is the other host company another creditor?). Later on, he managed to bring it back up, although if you fiddle around with it now you’ll find quite a few missing links.
Interesting to note that at no time is a CVR number visible, which is illegal. Who do I report it to?
As time goes on, it is inevitable that more stories about Ken Lynge Primby and Connect appear and, with the power of the internet, the information tends to become readily available these days.
So, interesting to see more on this subject from someone else who has lost a load of cash through his dealings here http://www.comon.dk/news/konkursrytter.faelder.it-forhandler_37415.html
Well, I wonder who the mysterious “business partner” could be? Does he mean Annette Norgaard, the sleeping partner of Connect last time round? And during the entire time I had a business relationship with Connect, the only person I ever spoke to was Ken Lynge Primby himself.
Also, as for none of the creditors losing any money……….