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  • ccniinvestor ccniinvestor Jul 28, 2010 8:28 PM Flag

    Senior Command Center Manager Bankruptcy

     

    I've obtained a copy of the voluntary Chapter 13 bankruptcy petition of a certain Command Center senior management team member. The petition was originally filed on May 5, 2010.

    In the filing she claims to have assets totaling $21,043.96 and total liabilities of $115,170.34. In scrutinizing her assets I found that she had $3.81 in her Wells Fargo checking account, $324.00 in cash on hand and a $500.00 wedding ring among other things. Nowhere did she list any Command Center common stock.

    Among her liabilities were $10,824.41 owed on a Chase credit card and $3,842.90 owed on a second Chase credit card.

    She reported average monthly ordinary income from wages of $6,000 per month and extraordinary bonus payments of $7,500 in January 2010 and $10,000 in April 2010. I wonder if Command Center was paying bonuses to their other employees at that time.

    If anyone would like to see a copy of the voluntary petition email me at ccniinvestor@yahoo.com.

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    • justine is right...

      The only way this pig survives is as follows:

      Step 3 of the “RELOADED” ABBREVIATED 12-STEP “...PRACTICAL SOLUTION…” to this colossal failure as you requested.


      "3. Eliminate the entire executive management team that directed this colossal blunder. This means anyone with a title that oversees a Branch Manager and their title starts with a “C” (CEO, COO, CFO, CIO, etc.) and everyone including the officers with titles that start with names such as President, Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary, Treasurer, etc., any exempt employee in the Corporate Office and any exempt employee with ties to the current team that brought about this financial disaster. I would bring back the old franchise owners who were successful and put them in the areas they know best. People like Mike Moothart in Washington, Idaho and add Oregon, Tom Hancock as CEO, John Woods in Oklahoma and Arkansas, JD in Texas, K.S. as COO and D.W. back in Fargo (with his bonus intact). In affect, I would reexamine anyone who has been fired from the original group of successful franchise owners."

    • justine,

      You are right! The only way to fix this pig is to remove the infestation or cancer that resides at the top.




      justineincase wrote:

      currentccni,

      History is SO important. Research!!!!

      The only way this pig survives is as follows:

      Step 3 of the “RELOADED” ABBREVIATED 12-STEP “...PRACTICAL SOLUTION…” to this colossal failure as you requested.


      "3. Eliminate the entire executive management team that directed this colossal blunder. This means anyone with a title that oversees a Branch Manager and their title starts with a “C” (CEO, COO, CFO, CIO, etc.) and everyone including the officers with titles that start with names such as President, Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary, Treasurer, etc., any exempt employee in the Corporate Office and any exempt employee with ties to the current team that brought about this financial disaster. I would bring back the old franchise owners who were successful and put them in the areas they know best. People like Mike Moothart in Washington, Idaho and add Oregon, Tom Hancock as CEO, John Woods in Oklahoma and Arkansas, JD in Texas, K.S. as COO and D.W. back in Fargo (with his bonus intact). In affect, I would reexamine anyone who has been fired from the original group of successful franchise owners."

      "These are but a few of the changes that could save this company."

      “Do not take my word for it. Believe your own eyes. The numbers do not lie.”

      CCNI.OB is now more than 4 years and 7 months into this executive managements “colossal failure” and things are worse now than they were 2 years ago.

    • Wow Jules, 4 year old cut and paste information-AGAIN. ONE big problem with your cut and paste BS. Having Command valued at over $8/share is like Microsoft trading at $400 dollars per share and now that it is back to reality from stupid speculators and back to today's $25/share value. Guess if that happened you would be blaming Bill Gates for that also! WHAT DORKS you all prove yourselves to be blaming the management for a SPECULATORS price bubble of over $6 MILLION per open store when in the History of Temp Companies anything over $1.5 to $2 million is nothing but nose bleed prices. Don't forget to also consider the deepest recession in 60 years that convinced all you Dorks to vote for Democrates in 2006 and Obama in 2008 to really drive the economy down the toilet! Stick with the funny pages in your local newspaper, as you will see yourself.

    • julestat,

      You are quite correct. Nearly 5 years and 5 months later these idiots have still managed to lose more than 94% of stock value.

      07-Mar-2011 $0.50 <94.35%> LOSS since NOVEMBER 2005

      31-Dec-2010 $0.39 <96.59%> LOSS since NOVEMBER 2005
      29-Dec-2009 $.050 <99.44%> LOSS since NOVEMBER 2005
      31-Dec-2008 $0.17 <98.1%> LOSS since NOVEMBER 2005
      31-Dec-2007 $1.85 <79.1%> LOSS since NOVEMBER 2005
      29-Dec-2006 $5.05 <42.9%> LOSS since NOVEMBER 2005
      30-Dec-2005 $8.00 <9.60%> LOSS since NOVEMBER 2005

      16-NOV-2005 $8.85 STOCK HIGH

    • GREAT Post Jules: We have only seen 9 to 10 dozen times! Way to add to this information board that is zeroed in for what will happen over the next 4 business quarters. Your 3 year old opinions are sure helpful. Most of them talked yourselves into NOT buying this stock at 10 CENTS/share and Now it is 50 CENTS and going MUCH HIGHER! Do the simple math. Economy is turning around and this business has turned the corner. Get over your hate for any company that will provide work for just about anyone, regardless their work skill level!

    • justine,

      You wrote the following below. History does seem to have a way of repeating itself.



      And this is why "History" and "Research" is so important!

      osu wrote this in April 2008 and it is as true today as it was when it happened about 10 years ago.

      About osu “He has a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting and has been an independent auditor preparing certified financial documents such as P & L’s, balance sheets, cash flow statements and footnotes.”

      "I would elaborate a bit as follows:

      Really I think the way most of the former franchise owners have been swindled by Glenn is pretty pathetic. I know it is likely that he has been promising you your stock "within 90 days" or " within 60 days". These times will get shorter all the time but it will not reach zero. Glenn is able to pull off a very compelling performance as a victim. Only the alleged perpetrator knows it is not true. Seriously, have you ever know him to fail and it not be someone else's fault? Not likely.

      Roll your problems forward one day at a time and you will never have to deal with them. Do not let him convince you he was the hero that made Labor Ready what it is today. He wasn't, he didn't. When Labor Ready was in the financial position that CCNI is in today, Glenn did the one thing that saved the company, he Left. It took a year or a little more after that to swab out the rest of the infection that was FOG - a year after that the company started turning a steady profit that has grown ever since - all without Glenn Welstad.

      Bottom line, if HE stays, YOU loose. Right now you are seeing what would have happened at Labor Ready if he had NOT left. I was there watching it all real close up.

      I was there for the decline:

      I saw the branch closings, layoffs, 200%/yr field staff turnovers, stock prices down 94%, and delisting from the stock exchange. This is where ccni.ob is right now.

      I was there for the departure:

      Then, when all appeared to be lost, a miracle happened - Glenn got caught with his hand in the cookie jar all the way up past his elbow, snagging the last bit of what Labor Ready had to take. He was forced to return it immediately, forced to resign, and he left, but not quietly. Even as he was being basically dragged kicking and screaming out the door, he was blaming the board and other officers and claiming that every single one of them had conspired to frame him for something he did not do.

      I was there for the recovery:

      Everything that marked the decline began to reverse itself - it took almost 2 years. Branch closings slowed to a stop, staff turnover dropped to less than half its previous 200% rate, regained its 3 letter ticker symbol, and began its financial recovery into the solid and profitable company it is today.

      All thanks to Glenn ........ because he left."

    • And this is why "History" and "Research" is so important!

      osu wrote this in April 2008 and it is as true today as it was when it happened about 10 years ago.

      About osu “He has a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting and has been an independent auditor preparing certified financial documents such as P & L’s, balance sheets, cash flow statements and footnotes.”

      "I would elaborate a bit as follows:

      Really I think the way most of the former franchise owners have been swindled by Glenn is pretty pathetic. I know it is likely that he has been promising you your stock "within 90 days" or " within 60 days". These times will get shorter all the time but it will not reach zero. Glenn is able to pull off a very compelling performance as a victim. Only the alleged perpetrator knows it is not true. Seriously, have you ever know him to fail and it not be someone else's fault? Not likely.

      Roll your problems forward one day at a time and you will never have to deal with them. Do not let him convince you he was the hero that made Labor Ready what it is today. He wasn't, he didn't. When Labor Ready was in the financial position that CCNI is in today, Glenn did the one thing that saved the company, he Left. It took a year or a little more after that to swab out the rest of the infection that was FOG - a year after that the company started turning a steady profit that has grown ever since - all without Glenn Welstad.

      Bottom line, if HE stays, YOU loose. Right now you are seeing what would have happened at Labor Ready if he had NOT left. I was there watching it all real close up.

      I was there for the decline:

      I saw the branch closings, layoffs, 200%/yr field staff turnovers, stock prices down 94%, and delisting from the stock exchange. This is where ccni.ob is right now.

      I was there for the departure:

      Then, when all appeared to be lost, a miracle happened - Glenn got caught with his hand in the cookie jar all the way up past his elbow, snagging the last bit of what Labor Ready had to take. He was forced to return it immediately, forced to resign, and he left, but not quietly. Even as he was being basically dragged kicking and screaming out the door, he was blaming the board and other officers and claiming that every single one of them had conspired to frame him for something he did not do.

      I was there for the recovery:

      Everything that marked the decline began to reverse itself - it took almost 2 years. Branch closings slowed to a stop, staff turnover dropped to less than half its previous 200% rate, regained its 3 letter ticker symbol, and began its financial recovery into the solid and profitable company it is today.

      All thanks to Glenn ........ because he left."

    • CCNI - This is simply amazing. I had to post. This is truly a sad statement of affairs at the helm of this ship. Now clouds of deception and dog and pony shows are parting to show the real strings being pulled here. Thank God I did not invest serious money into this organization. It makes for great penny stock right now but for real $ investment…no way. I feel bad for those that placed their livelihoods into this company.

    • She will be the next STOOGE that Erectoid Won (aka Dunce) will be asked by Daddy Grifter Won to reach around the back of the head GRIFTERS desk, grab the next Stooge off the Stooge shelf, and toss her under the bus.

      NEXT STOOGE PLEASE!!!!

      AND, there will be some other poor sucker who thinks they can win Grifter Won's loyalty and step up to the plate and be tossed under the bus next.

      Notice how it is ALWAYS someone else’s fault? Even after the theft of $3,500,000.00 in 2000 that got Grifter Won fired from Labor Ready of face criminal prosecution.

    • currentccni,

      History is SO important. Research!!!!

      The only way this pig survives is as follows:

      Step 3 of the “RELOADED” ABBREVIATED 12-STEP “...PRACTICAL SOLUTION…” to this colossal failure as you requested.


      "3. Eliminate the entire executive management team that directed this colossal blunder. This means anyone with a title that oversees a Branch Manager and their title starts with a “C” (CEO, COO, CFO, CIO, etc.) and everyone including the officers with titles that start with names such as President, Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary, Treasurer, etc., any exempt employee in the Corporate Office and any exempt employee with ties to the current team that brought about this financial disaster. I would bring back the old franchise owners who were successful and put them in the areas they know best. People like Mike Moothart in Washington, Idaho and add Oregon, Tom Hancock as CEO, John Woods in Oklahoma and Arkansas, JD in Texas, K.S. as COO and D.W. back in Fargo (with his bonus intact). In affect, I would reexamine anyone who has been fired from the original group of successful franchise owners."

      "These are but a few of the changes that could save this company."

      “Do not take my word for it. Believe your own eyes. The numbers do not lie.”

      CCNI.OB is now more than 4 years and 7 months into this executive managements “colossal failure” and things are worse now than they were 2 years ago.

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