|To: MorningLightMountain who wrote (19932)||3/7/2012 6:08:49 PM|
|From: scion||Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 34538|
20. Up to and through the September 30, 2009 filing, JBI did not employ an in house accountant to assist with accounting and financial reporting. Instead, the company hired an outside accounting consultant (“the consultant”) to assist with accounting, financial statement preparation, and public filings with the SEC. The consultant hired by JBI was not a certified public accountant (“CPA”) nor did she have a formal degree in accounting. In total, the consultant had six credit hours at a community college in two introductory accounting courses. The consultant had begun doing accounting related work for 310 Holdings in the 2002-2003 timeframe. Her relationship with 310 Holdings continued when JBI was merged into it.
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My involvement with JBI was with the Canadian entity and I assisted in the early P2O projections.
Re: Gately & Associates
By: ecfocorp in FAKE | Recommend this post (0)
Wed, 07 Jul 10 2:36 PM
Boardmark this board | Franklin, Andrews, Kramer & Edelstein Msg. 23907 of 23913
(This msg. is a reply to 23022 by scion)
Hi, my name is CASEY WALKER. My company is ECFO Corporation. I do not own or have any portion of ownership in Armada Capital. ECFO is no longer a subsidiary of Domark as of October 2009.
ECFO has had many mutual clients with Gately & Associates over a span of 8 years. Mr Gately's license and business address were that of ECFO's because he was relocating and needed an address where he could reliably get his mail, etc Mr Crowder was hired as an employee of Gately & Associates to assist Mr Gately in his transition and work load. Mr Crowder is a reputable CPA and is PCAOB registered. I have never been a part of Gately & Associates as that would violate independance rules and I am not licensed to perform audits. I essentially specialize in providing auditable financial statements.
ECFO has also been entrusted to receive mail on behalf of other clients, providing use of our address as a business mailing address. This is not uncommon as many of our clients have principles who travel extensively worldwide and wish to have their financial information processes centralized.
ECFO is not currently retained by JBI. My involvement with JBI was with the Canadian entity and I assisted in the early P2O projections. JBI's issues would seem to be symptematic of growth (possibly too fast), but I am certain that JB will take whatever steps are necessary to make JBI the HUGE success it should be and JB will protect the shareholders in every way possible.