Not a problem. Have nothing to hide.
If you read the post I put in what is going on in the real crooks head.
Dont you re-read a post you are going to slam?
If you think that my feeling is that WMI employees, Enron employees and all of the folks that lost tens of thousands (each) is good, acceptable behavior - - you are friggin nuts. We all have been effected by corporate americas BS on the public. Most of us know people that have been directly effected by the corporate mistrust that followed closely behind those scandles. I am damned surprised that they (old WMI employees) walked with such little punishment, essentially they were paid very handsomely to conduct business both unethically and illeagally. That sends the wrong message IMHO. How you all took my post is not the way it was intended.
Good. It has been posted before.
My sentiments on what I post under have been posted before. No guessing when its in print now is there?
$3.7 million out of his pocket and probably another half million in leagle expenses......... Leaves him about 13 mil - - Ill tell you what goes through his head each time he sees a WM container, THANK GOD I DID IT WHEN I DID IT, IF I ONLY DID IT A FEW WEEKS BEFORE I WOULD HAVE ANOTHER 1.6 MIL IN THE BANK!
Hope you all are happy you get paid fast now, now if you can give us more money we will leave well enough. Check out the nerve on this letter.
Dear Valued Vendor
On behalf of OAKLEAF Waste Management, we want to thank you for the dedicated service you provide to our customers. Working together, we have made OAKLEAF a supplier of choice and alternative for waste management services to large and small multi-location customers. Customers value our 24 hour a day, 7 day per week, 365 day per year customer service, along with our on-line, web based management reporting. As a result, our combined, value added service has made OAKLEAF the largest National Account Program in the U.S.
We are positioned for further significant growth, but we cannot achieve our vision without significant improvements in our cost structure. In this economic environment there has been and continues to be significant pressure from existing and prospective customers to reduce pricing in order to retain or gain their business. OAKLEAF itself is taking necessary and dramatic steps to improve its cost structure through improved productivity, technological solutions and other expenses. As a valued vendor, you have the opportunity to share in our success and the responsibility to share in our challenges.
To that end, we are asking you to evaluate your pricing and to make voluntary reductions in line with the competitive marketplace. We are requesting that you complete and return the enclosed vendor commitment form. Please do not limit your response based on current contractual terms since we will amend the agreements as necessary. The revised pricing should be made effective as of August 1, 2003.
With your continued support, together, we will be able to grow and prosper our business by providing cost effective waste solutions for existing customers and new prospects.
Executive Vice President
One OAKLEAF Center
800 Connecticut Boulevard
East Hartford, CT 06108
Telephone: (860) 290-1250 Facsimile: (860) 290-1251
Dont like spell check, makes one seem like they are perfect when we all know none is.
I will discuss with him as soon as I have his email address.
Really confused on the last part of your post. I would not imply or pretend that I am someone that I am not, you have the wrong guy.
If anyone has any information regarding a pending class action lawsuit against WM regarding fradulently charged fuel surcharges, please post information.
Thanks in advance!