I’m going to use this use this MLM Wireless update to set the record straight on a couple of things and to try stop a pending legal action.
One of the things I truly appreciate about Zoom Mobile is they run their operation like a business. When they have issues or concerns, they don’t pussy foot around, Matt Foreman reaches out, and schedules a call. Today was one such call.
I met with Zoom Founder, George Burton, Founding Distributor, Matt Davis, and Chief Legal Counsel, Matthew Foreman to discus the following items of interest.
Is Matt Davis still with Zoom Mobile? The answer is YES! Like any team who has come together to form a new venture, it takes a little time for each team member to figure out where they can thrive. Matt made it clear today, after crisscrossing the country in the Zoom Bus, he realized his real passion is team building in the field, not running a company from the inside.
His passion for the whole Zoom family, and is unwavering loyalty to George Burton personally was truly refreshing.
Zoom VOIP Network – George Burton was stoked when I brought up this question. He shared how this new Zoom VOIP Network will work with traditional landlines and mobile phones. Zoom had a special application designed to use with their wireless phones, and is one more service which George had promised to the field and have now delivered.
He is sending me a phone to text this new platform, so be watching for an upcoming article on this new ZOOM VOIP Service.
Is the rumors of a pending lawsuit against ZRT Mobile true? George Burton addressed this first. He made it very clear he will protect the Zoom brand, and the Zoom distributors privacy at all cost!
“I am not going to set by, and let anyone damage our business. We have invested over a million dollars to launch this company and deliver on our promises.”
Matthew Foreman, made it very clear, he will be filing a civil complaint against ZRT Mobile and several individuals who have made it clear they are the founders of the company.
Matthew was also very clear, that at least one ZRT Founder, had been a former employee of Zoom Mobile, and had copied they distributor database before leaving the company and has made it available to ZRT Mobile for cross solicitation.
Now, if this turns out to be true, and I have no reason to question Matthew Foreman’s then at least one ZRT Founder, may be looking at criminal changes, not just a civil complaint. And if it is proven that ALL the founders of ZRT knew the database was stolen then we may have a criminal conspiracy on our hands.
Launching a competing company in the same niche is Free Enterprise aka Capitalism and I am a proponent of this type of business.
However, when a company is launched by stealing confidential and proprietary information, then I draw the line.
I have received several emails from the founders of ZRT Mobile, along with reading through all the comments on the last Zoom article. Based on what I have read to date, I will be writing an article next week after I have submitted a list of questions to the founders of ZRT Mobile and have received their responses live or in written form.