As you have no doubt already read in a recent ROR posting, the US Department of Justice has recognized that business owners do not seem to get what they have bargained for when they contract for services with a company associated with Ted Solomon, Strick Hullender, and company. If you haven't read it, I urge you to type in NBCS and note recent postings to do with Ted Solomon, NBCS and his friends. The Dallas Companies of Great Western, GW Equity, NBCS and now Transition Companies have too much in common, namely, the same cast of characters have been involved in all of them. Hullender bought Great Western, Gene Sartin worked for Great Western and was an executive at GW Equity. Ted Solomon has been involved in all of them. He trained most of the NBCS independent representatives and is listed on the company organizational chart for Transition Companies. These guys look smooth, dress smooth and talk smooth. Make sure if you are approached to do business with NBCS, GW Equities or the Transition Companies, that you look very, very, did I say very long and hard at their list of promises. Make sure that the time line of their existence makes sense. Carefully check the references for exactly their involvement in any transaction. Transition Companies seems to be the latest and greatest addition to list list of Dallas Companies who are experts in the sale of privately held small to medium companies. Their website and collateral materials indicate that they have been around for many years. The BBB in greater Dallas represents that Transition Companies has been a member since October of 08, WHEN THEY WERE FORMED. Further investigation has connected, Succel, Inc. and a Mergers and Acquisition company as combining to form The Transition Companies. The time line on this places Gene Sartin who is the listed principal of Succel, in a position of being Sales Manager of GW Equity, while at the same time actively running Succel. If they seem too smooth, if it sounds too good to be true, and they want you to write a check on the spot- be extra, extra did I say extra careful.
Shadow Hills, California