On November 22, 2008 this company was hired to do Incorporation and 501(3)(c) for JLB Caring & Sharing Medical Group. Information was given to a hired employee to insert for the purpose of starting the process. He made himself as the contact person, but never made it clear that I was the CEO/Founder of this company, which should have allowed me to correct any information I needed. I paid $1,162.00 from my checking account and paid this employee $700.00. After several days, I contacted Legal Zoom and wanted to know the progress of my application. Legal Zoom informed me I could not be given this information because the employee that was handling the process needed to contact them for changes in the process. From November 22, 2008 I have tried to make the appropriate changes to no avail. Legal Zoom will not return my calls. Time has elapsed and I have since called the State Attorney General and was instructed that I could in fact change any information in my file with an addendum. I have contacted the employee and ask him to remove himself from the position he had placed himself. He refused to comply with my request. I have since sent him a certified letter requesting his presence at a board meeting being held on May 2, 2009. He mentioned he did not receive the letter, therefore did not attend. During this Board meeting we have officially discharged this employee from our company. I also discharged Legal Zoom and requested a refund of monies paid to them. To date I have not heard anything regarding the refund. Per a conversation with a police officer he informed me that I would have to take Legal Zoom to court to retrieve my funds. I do not have money to file this matter with the courts and therefore am reporting this company of fraudulent activities.