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Thanks Jane for twice exposing the “Real Bold.” What kind of company goes to media and brags about suing a small business or cries publicly that they are filing for bankruptcy. All this is for your ego and publicity.
This all started from negotiations. Jane was very unprofessional and changing things, many more things that aren’t mentioned here. We sent Jane a check for $3,943.65. This was 25 percent of net profit. We gave our lawyer the remaining tickets and all of the proof - the same information we had in November that she never showed.
Jane, show my last e-mail to you from November. “Cash the check or whatever.” “If we have to hire a lawyer, it will probably be for bankruptcy.” I couldn’t be any clearer. We hired a lawyer, showed the facts and made three separate offers - all were rejected.
Check $3,943.65. She never tried to cash this check. It was not bad; it expired. Does anybody think we wouldn’t be in court for issuing a bad check? It is a felony.
1. We would pay 25 percent, less beer cost - forget our other costs.
2. Twenty-five percent of total gross. This is what they wanted from the start, only they wanted projected sales - not actual sales.
3. The only reason for the third offer was because we had already spent $3,000. Lawyer needed another $2,500 to get through depositions. Another $2,500-$3,000 to get through court. Total $12,000 to go to court to pay $3,943.65. Even our lawyer was frustrated. He told us to check out debt relief. We filed.
Bold’s lawyer called our bankruptcy lawyer and asked if this could be resolved. Really?! All Bold based this off, in their own words, was “They had a big truck!” She wants to be a politician. Lord help us!
Lloyd R. Meis
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