The investigation is completed using real world (non-computer) techniques. When the investigation is completed, the result of that investigation is input back into the computer system. This input’s primary purpose is to release the amounts locked up in escrow pertaining to this investigation. The input would apportion the fraction of the amount to the challenging party and the submitting party. If the submission was deemed to be fraudulent, the challengers get all of the deposited amount. If the submission was deemed to be correct, the submitter gets all, or some, of the deposited amount. As with other escrow systems, a portion of the deposited amount will go to neither the submitter nor the challenger, and this is used to pay for the investigation.