The fact that we only had a verbal agreement between the partners, and two of they seems to run out with the product and what was left of the 20K; Do we have a case to take to the Oklahome police or to an attorney.
The financial member was requested to register for the group. In fact, it has now come to light the two registered the business only in their name. The bank account the main partner sent the a signed banking document to her, it was torn up and she was the only one listed on the acouunt.
We did draw up an agreement, however both her and the husband did not sign and return the documents to the President of the group.
The President, work the production of the product with a vendor...the vendor was called by the wife or husband and had the product shipped to them and not our first customer.
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