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Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Stocks in 2005 from WebTrends Inc

I run a small company in Singapore and have been trying very hard to collect payment for the stocks we returned to WebTrends in July 2005.
We were asked to return the stocks. We returned promptly. Here is what I have done so far:

Between July 2005 to July 2006
1. I wrote several emails to different people at WebTrends. No reply on the payment.
( The stocks plus money owing to us was estimated at $30K )
2. I wrote letters to WebTrends CEO and Francisco Partners, owner of WebTrends for help. No reply

Aug 2006 to 28 Aug 2008
1. D & B local office was engaged to help collect.
2. They failed to convince WebTrends and even aborted a hearing in 2008 for which they asked for an est $5K fee in 2006.
3. I insisted that they continued since they asked for the money and took it. Instead they refunded and stopped.

I lost 2 years with D&B and am very angry. We are small. Only two people. We get bullied.

I hope you, the readers can help me.

Of course it would be great if you can advise me if there is any way in Portland that I can use to further my cause. Blogs ( respectable ones )? Government

Getting a lawyer for a court hearing is certainly not within my reach.

Please help.

Thank you.

1 comment:

  1. This is a frustrating situation for a small business owner


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