Pay By Touch's $50,000 internal investigation came up empty

Eula Adams, who's returned to trouble payments company Pay By Touch as its COO, said during a conference call for investors today that at least two independent investigations into alleged illegal acts by officers of the company came up empty:

When issues were raised, we spent $50,000 hiring a firm to interview people and try to determine whether allegations were valid or invalid. And we were prepared to take action.
Nothing turned up, claimed Adams. A surprising outcome, considering what we've heard about the company and the man who ran it.

We've chronicled allegations of sexual harrassment, wrongful termination, drug use in the office, property destruction, more wrongful termination and threatening emails. Makes us wonder who, exactly, did these investigators speak to, and did they hear the truth? Let us know.