- Report: #951211
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Complaint Review: WECOSIGN Inc
WECOSIGN Inc3400 West MacArthur Blvd Internet United States of America
WECOSIGN Inc Response from Wecosign re: The Following False and Misleading Postings regarding our corporate officers and the company WECOSIGN intentionally and maliciously being damaged by former employees Internet
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October 4, 2012
Investor and Public Update
From The Corporate Office of WECOSIGN
Ladies and Gentlemen
Over the past 6 months, several letters of a defaming nature under the false pen name of "John Justice" have been sent to our share-holders. The letters have asserted that Mrs. Jakubaitis and I have been "stealing corporate funds" to enhance our own lifestyle. Most recently the same author "of the letters, has now brought their defamation campaign to the un-popular Internet site "RIP OFF REPORT" further damaging the companys reputation, and your investment as a share-holder.
Most recently, the writer has attempted to make it appear as though the articles originated from WECOSIGN. These false postings have extended to include attorneys and individuals that have little to do with, or want nothing to do with this matter. Letters from the WECOSIGN legal library have been previously stolen by a former employee and posted on the Internet. Confidential matters and IP have also been posted and disclosed on the Internet.
The five year reputation of the company "WECOSIGN" that we have worked so tirelessly for has been severely damaged as a result of these false postings, in as many days. This was the result of the "John Justice" letter-writing campaign whereby "John Justice" stated he and he alone could and would "bring back value to the shareholders stock" Unfortunately, I can freely admit that in deed your investment is now in jeopardy as a result of the John Justice letters and these false postings. Such postings can never be removed.
The true facts regarding WECOSIGN's finances are very simply explained (a) The books and records have been examined by a third party public P.C.A.O.B accounting firm and given a clean bill of health, from all perspectives. (b)The previous reputation of the company has been in perfect condition for 4 years, remaining free of any "rip off" reports, except for the false reports posted over the past 5 days (c) My personal tax liens, and or personal judgments from 10 years ago, or 10 minutes ago, have little to do with the direction, or the pace in which WECOSIGN advances.
What should be important to you as an investor is that the writer of these letters is accusing the P.C.A.O.B public accounting firm that has done our audits, and (WECOSIGNs CFO) of being in conspiracy with the alleged "inappropriate use" of investor funds, which of course is "rubbish".
Finally it should be noted that "Jeff Padilla" WECOSIGN's CFO is the brother of one of the employees that was discharged, and Jeff has remained with us for the past three years doing the books and records for the company.
Please know that I will take whatever steps necessary to protect the business from further harm from these "despicable human beings " on your behalf as a client, vendor and investor. WECOSIGN has placed a lot of families that were previously homeless with the help our partners, lets not allow such nonsense to thwart all of the good that we have done.
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