At this time, most investors have been called into a meeting with management. If you don’t have anyone at the office or you have someone else you've depended upon for a long time, consider it important that you call them. You shouldn’t have an investor call you and then throw this new directive out there.
Is everyone keeping their nose clean and receiving critical information and instructions from their attorney?
Team members are communicating and keeping in touch with the operating company and its St. Louis divorce attorneys.
All of the attorneys are sending out their papers and presentations to the operating company and every team member is expecting to receive the same documents and language so they can educate their team members.
What can I do if I need more information or has something changed since I was last in office or at other times?
You can call your family law attorney St. Louis and see what the status of your issues and request that they follow up with you. You should receive updates at least quarterly
There is one other important thing you should do before we go to press:
Important thing to know about all of this:
As of today, your claims have not been paid. Remember that it has been two months since your last check or wire to ACH?
There is no recording of your last conversations with ACH. How could they possibly believe what you told them during those conversations they never heard? The non-payment mess we are facing today is not the result of bad times, but the result of timing of payments by a few parties inside ACH. These few people may be from your operating company, but plenty of other church and state entities also owe money to ACH. You should be calling the state/church entity and demanding that it reimburse you. Similarly, ACH is in a very tight financial place right now. They never should have allowed this much time without extraordinary cash reserves to operate. Now is not the time to cut consulting sentences!
So, here is what we recommend:
Multiple phone calls, if necessary, to the underwriters at ACH. You should call three of the underwriters at a time, informing them of your situation. Some of those underwriters have equity in an LLC or trust, but not in the operating company. So be sure to give the investors who have equity in another entity specific examples of what you are asking for and what you are willing to negotiate in order to receive their equitable interest back from the underwriter.
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