To all of the above respondants...Once deals have been preliminarily screened, it is a usual course of action to seek additional financial information for further review. Usually, when further interest is warranted, additional financial statements are required and needed to further explore the level of intent. If a party responds, it is an appropriate and polite course of business practise to be transparent and forthcoming with the utmost professionalism;
this I and my client have been from the get go.
I found neither to be apparent with Euro Asia.
1. Referral contact information was a dead-end (Mr. Brian Olsen included).
2. Principals-Katherine Li, never personaly responded to my e-mails which included requested financial information.
3.Mr. Livingston was less than curtious when failing to call my client at appropriate scheduled times.
4. It is amazing that a "principal" would respond to my complaints on a web page, instead of contacting me directly as requested on numerous occasions ...prior to my post on this site.
5. I signed a non-disclosure agreement with the Trust's USA associate - Dennis Alexander- so there is no back-room dealings here.
My intent was and is to secure equitable funding for a very solid company. Getting on a plane to Manilla or Atlanta without having resonable communications first is a bit absurd. You have to break bread first in order to apply the butter.
If I am wrong in my evaluation of this outfit, it is only because of their most unusual way of conducting business, poor communication, referrals that don't respond, and lack of transparency once NDA's are completed. Code of ethics are questionable to say the least!
...show me otherwise- PAT requires a better interest and follow-through. You guys could be winners too!
President, Reovest Financial