This was the due diligence letter I wrote to Shawn. “Hello Shawn, I need more data before I invest thousands of dollars. I need to know the following: How many investors are making money and how much money? What percentage of investors are making money? I need to see actual physical data. Who these offshore online gambling companies are and where? Their background, address, who the owners are? Which or how many of these gambling companies will my website be forwarded to and how many in how many countries? You offer different packages, to make 30% to 40% for Turnkey, 50% to 90% for White Label. Why the variation in commission percentages? What is the address of your company and who are the owners? What would the website look like? A concern I have is when I asked the question to you yesterday, why you closed the Vegas office and your reply was you could not handle the customer service, so you moved to Houston. Doesn’t it make sense to hire more customer service personnel? Is not that the point of going into business is profit, therefore if you have so much interest, hire more people and grow? If you were overwhelmed this would make sense unless it was due to the negative comments I discovered online yesterday about your organization. I am interested. I’m not asking these questions to prove something negative about your company. I just want to make sure I’m not being scammed and there seems to be quite a bit of negatives written about your company. “ On 12/23/14. I spoke to Shawn and he was very rude and told me they have great customer service and was not INTERESTED IN SELLING TO ME if I ask all these questions and would not email me the names of these offshore companies. BASICALLY, THEY WANT PEOPLE TO INVEST BLINDLY.
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