Global Verge Investigators Discover Chris Greco MLM Wireless Activation King Dead!
After 9-months investigating Chris Greco, the self-proclaimed Saddam Husein of MLM Wireless, Global Verge attorney, Brian Hardy notified me late last night, that Global Verge investigators found Chris Greco died on August 29, 1989.
The Complete Global Verge Report can be found at the bottom of this article.
without a doubt this has been one of the craziest weeks in the MLM Wireless Niche. Here is a small recap:
1. Chris Greco, Debbie Holton and Steve Christman break from Kevin Sipes and TechSoft due to unpaid commissions, purported fraud and questionable business tactics which include displaying the following purported proprietary Panther Mobile documentation and other companies such as GiConnect.
3. Brian Hardy, Global Verge’s Attorney announces final Settlement Agreement with Panther Mobile, Inc. And notifies MLM Help Desk that the individual who calls himself Chris Greco, the owner of Activation King Wireless is not the real Chris Greco. That the real Chris Greco died at age 14 in California.
If you have information pertaining to the real identity of the individual who calls himself “Chris Greco” please contact:
Brian R. Hardy, Esq.Marquis & AurbachOffice: 702-207-6096Fax: 702-856-8908Email: email@example.comRe: File No. 11429-2
Well, I thought I would share a little update I received this week on the MLM Wireless Niche.
Here are a few videos from Chris Greco and TechSoft which I found very interesting.
This first video, Chris announces that He and Kevin Sipe founded TechSoft Mobile. Although the official documentation states only Kevin Sipe, it seems Chris has been there from the very beginning. Not sure if this was planned while Greco and Sipe were still with Aston at Panther, but it does seem to clear up the ownership factor.
Now this second video Greco shows documentation where it seems “His company” not TechSoft has a wholesale account with Verizon.
In this third video Greco talks about how TechSoft Mobile is now the first MLM company to be their own Telecommunication company. I think there may be a couple of companies who will disagree.
Let’s switch gears to Freedom Communication aka Freedom Marketing Group. This new MLM Wireless Player should be very interesting. One issue I found is they use the word “Investment” in their compensation video. This is a no, no and does concern me, that the leaders may not have consulted with a good MLM Attorney before launching.
Well it truly has been an interesting week in the MLM Wireless Niche. I talked to all the principles involved in this strategic alliance, Candice Kealy Smith, CEO of Excel Cellular Global, Chris Greco and Kevin Sipe of TechSoft Mobile. Each of them gave me their views on the strategic alliance and what it means for the distributors of both companies.
I still have concerns with all the pending legal issues on the Greco side of things, and the fact Global Verge could amend their civil complaint to include TechSoft and Kevin Sipe.
Distributors need to understand ANY company with legal issues during their start-up phase had better have deep pockets, because at the end of the day it is the company with the most money to pay their legal team which will survive.
Well, since the very beginning everyone has assumed Chris Greco was the real power behind Excel Cellular Global. However, when he teamed up with Kevin Sipe of TechSoft, and former founding partner of Panther Mobile, some distributors began to wonder if we had gotten out information wrong. Whether Greco was just a wireless consultant, or 1/3 owner as it has been reported, either way, he now controls the company through TechSoft.
Here are a few questions distributors from both companies should be asking.
1. Are the Excel Cellular Global Reps exempt from paying the monthly TechSoft fee?
2. Did these two companies merge to give the founders more money to fight the Pending Global Verge lawsuits?
3. Will TechSoft be merged into another company costing the distributors even higher monthly fees?
Well, let’s see if Chris will shed some light on this issue.