Just_the_facts_Jack Monday, 11/09/20 09:01:15 PM Re: surfkast post# 45684 Post # of 45727 Surfkast...I've been reading your post for quite some time, well done on updating us; and thank you and all those who have been doing such. I'm quite surprised no one shareholder publicly went the legal route yet. I will keep screen shots from your post, as I have been collecting data on this investment. The most clear path I currently see for shareholder clarity possibly begins with uniting (teaming up) those of us willing to attain legal council, subsequently I have a solid Legal advisor in CA who could better direct us to a CA lawyer who practices such law, unless one of the SIGO shareholders is a practicing attorney with such specialty, and if so, then why haven't they moved on forwarding this issue. Seeking a "legal on record" face to face could be a great way of better understanding the "why, what and who" behind the scenes which seem to be the result of either a set of folks who are total business failures, or true scammers. I sincerely hope the latter is not the outcome. Regardless, cost sharing such legalities could expedite this unfortunate situation and escalate the inevitable: SIGO success or gross failure. More then likely some folks will be facing some serious legal repercussions if the latter outcome is confirmed. 1) First question begins, which SIGO shareholders would be willing to pitch in on such legal services? I'm in for my fair share of that cost. If shareholder passivity continues, then we are at their mercy; and quite openly, this investment as a loss does not change my quality of life, so it would only be an added win for me in deriving whole truth. 2) What well defined outcomes are we the "team" seeking? Transparency is the given variable.