According to Team Leader Nance Larson, “$100 is just a share of how many?”
This is of major interest as during a period of financial duress, admitted to by Brand Manager Admin Lynn O’Connell, Empire Avenue advertised and sold the package.
Clearly the leaders have some form of intangible asset even if it’s not a traditional stock, bond or other asset.
How were Leaders interests represented and protected during the sale?
If at all?
When will Kred STOP being secretive and address these issues?
Empire Avenue sold over 800 such leaders packages, even if Team Leader Nance Larson thinks that’s not worth much.
At least offer to refund the $100.00 to all purchasers if you wish to proceed forward in good faith, but unemcumbered by people that feel the product wasn’t delivered…
Nance Larson had her fun abusing customers and telling leaders to only post once a day in the EaV Elder’s forum set up after Empire Avenue restricted use of the Leaders forum.
It’s time that all that be addressed.
Volunteers don’t pay $100.00 to run things. That’s called a transaction. Not volunteering.
Lynn O’Connell is the must abusive brand manager I know of.
Team Leader Nance larson is nearly equally abusive, participating in the doxing of her own customers and abuse of customers in the Empire Avenue forums.
People that are empowered equally cannot kick others out of the forum they paid to belong to. But Team Leader Larson could, and did.
And a question for Team Leader Nance Larson.
Did her startup funds ever come in?