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Outstanding opportunity for highly motivated, exp. leasing rep. for fast growing tech solutions provider. Unlimited earnings potential, fast paced enviroment. Exper. end-user sales/ tech leasing required.
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About the Company: Located in Atlanta GA. Optimus Solutions is a leading provider of enterprise Information Technology solutions including systems, storage, and software enhanced by a complete range of integration and consulting services.



Tuesday, September 1, 2004




Menkin Goes on Vacation

    Classified Ads---Sr. Credit Officer/Management

        Jim Raeder to Reveal Culprit September 10th

            Placard—If Today Were a Fish

Florida AG Drops Leasing Bomb

    Subpoenas 15 Leasing Companies/Halts Payments

        Other NorVergence Legal Action—

            Telecom Agents Assoc. Move Forward

    List Serve Action Still Hot and Heavy

        Office of the Attorney General Press Release

            New Edition—Power Tools for Small Ticket Leasing

    Semon says "Seller's Market Place"

        Oracle Lands Caterpillar Account

            Classified Ads---Help Wanted

    News Briefs---

        Sports Briefs---

            California Nuts Briefs---

                "Gimme that Wine"

                    Message from Kit


########  surrounding the article denotes it is a “press release”



Menkin Goes on Vacation


Leasing News will be publishing special editions while Kit Menkin

is on vacation on a Duckhorn Winery cruise to Alaska.

E-mail or any inquiries should be directed to during his absence.



Classified Ads---Sr. Credit Officer/Management


“I have recently found a job and would very much appreciate it if you would delete my ad.


“Suggestions for job hunters?  I strongly encourage applicants to differentiate themselves by doing something different.  I took chocolate chip cookies to some of my interviews; those seemed to go better!  Also, I have always been an advocate of the assumptive close; tell them about the business you will be bringing and when.”



Best regards,


Bill Schulte


Senior Credit Officer/Senior Management


Senior Credit Officer experienced in middle- market leasing; structured, vendor and 3rd party to the fortune 1000. Proactive team builder, originations capable with strong work ethic.



Senior Management: Baltimore, MD

25 year veteran of commercial and equipment leasing seeking a senior management position with leasing or asset based financing company in the southeast (Florida preferred)




Senior Management: Denver, CO.

Fortune 500 GM/SVP wants to team up with aggressive lender looking for Western expansion mid-market equip. finance/leasing. 20+ years experience within Rocky Mountain/ Southwest and Ca markets.



Senior management: Hope, NJ.

25 years in optimizing call center operations, collections, billing, and back end revenue generation. Experienced in $7 + billion dollar portfolios. Verifiable achievements.



Senior Management: Irvine, CA.

Credit executive, portfolio manager and syndication facilitator. Extensive business building experience in small and mid-ticket operations. Highly innovative. Fortune 100 audit and technology skills. Bottom-line manager.



Senior Management: Long Island, NY

Degree Banking/Finance. 13 years leasing exp. Now prez young leasing company where promises were not met. Interested in joining established firm with future.




Senior Management: New York, NY, NJ, Ct Tri-State

Top Exec. middle and big ticket, top skills treasury, funding, ops,transaction detail, syndication, ready to max profit, help build quality operation. right now!



Senior Management:

Portfolio Management Consultant; 25+years experience in Collections, Customer Satisfaction, Asset Management, Recoveries, Continuous Process Improvement, Back end Revenue Generation, Cost per Collection Analysis. $5+Billion Portfolio expertise.



Senior Management:

San Francisco, CA., 25 years experience w/global leasing company, sales,marketing,business dev., P&L responsibility, asset mgmt, brokering and re- marketing. Interested in joining an est. firm with a future.



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  also try these sources, some are “free:” (available in many cities now, use scroll feature) Venture County, CA. Newspaper




Jim Raeder to Reveal Culprit September 10th


“Thorough research to uncover the culprit? Don't you mean that Jim Raeder called you and you told him who sent you that email regarding the business tactics he learned from Raeder and McQuitty? Way to protect your source Mr. Journalist!”




The above was received just as the innuendoes and malicious comments about CapitalWerks.


The e-mail being sent around came to Leasing News in two formats, first via AOL at our AOL address ( a personal e-mail)

from a “free e-mail address” and not identified.  The second e-mail  was sent via our on line form where the sender can be anonymous (they do not have to identify themselves.)  It was sent in the same

manner as the accusation.  It may not have been sent by the original person, but one of their recipients.


We don’t know who the “culprit” is, but have been told

Jim Raeder knows.  The foreign legion won’t be far enough

for this person to hide.  He is toast.


The sender of the original “inside” e-mail went to a “store,” paid cash to use the computer, and then went on line to a “free e-mail” address using the store’s computer e-mail address, then sending to a group, including By hiding twice, the sender thought he would not be found.   However, the sender made one “Colombo” mistake; and that is how Jim Raeder found him.


Leasing News will not reveal any source, and have been in both deposition and court and seriously tested on this position.  Only if a source gives us permission to name them would will do so, as it would not only be unethical, but would render others from telling us things with anonymity.


If you are going to do “dirt” to Jim Raeder, be prepared to

pay the consequences.  If he has one reputation that is true,

he does get “even.”









Florida AG Drops Leasing Bomb

Subpoenas 15 Leasing Companies/Halts Payments


Charlie Crist, Florida Attorney General



Press release from Florida Attorney General



TALLAHASSEE- Attorney General Charlie Crist today issued subpoenas

to 12 leasing companies for information and documentation pertaining

to "demand for payment" letters sent to former customers of

NorVergence, a telecommunications company. NorVergence filed for

bankruptcy protection in July 2004, leaving hundreds of Florida

businesses and a total of 11,000 businesses nationwide in debt for

services and equipment that were not delivered or that did not work.

NorVergence sold a box called the "Matrix" to small businesses,

promising to provide telephone and internet services at greatly

reduced prices. Many customers signed 5-year agreements with

NorVergence for the "Matrix," unaware that the box in fact did not

provide the promised services. The box has a retail price of

approximately $500, but NorVergence pressured the small businesses

to sign agreements to pay between $450 and $1,200 per month for use of the "Matrix."


When NorVergence filed for bankruptcy, the leasing companies that

purchased the agreements from NorVergence began demanding payment for service that was never provided. If customers refused to pay the leasing companies for the equipment and services, the leasing

companies accelerated the terms of the contract and demanded full

payment of the agreement within five days. The immediate payments

that were demanded ranged from $10,000 to $80,000.


"Demanding full payment for a device that did not deliver the

promised service, and in some instances was never even installed, is

preposterous," said Crist. "We will work to protect the rights of

small business owners in Florida who were harmed by these leasing



The subpoenas commence a formal investigation into whether the

agreements violate the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices

Act. They seek information regarding the formation of the

agreements, the assignment of the agreements to the leasing

companies, and the companies' demands for payment from Florida



The leasing companies include: CIT Technology Financing Services,

Inc.; Commerce Commercial Leasing; Court Square Leasing Corporation; Dolphin Financial Corporation; Information Leasing Corp.; IFC Leasing, Inc.; Irwin Business Finance; Liberty Bank Leasing; Patriot Leasing Co. Inc.; Preferred Capital, LLC; Sterling National Bank and Wells Fargo Financial Leasing, Inc.


Attorney General Crist is working with other Attorneys General and

federal agencies in this investigation. The Attorney General has

also demanded that the companies agree to immediately desist from

further demands for payment from Florida customers, pending the

outcome of the investigation, and has given the companies five days

to respond to this demand. The companies have five business days, or

until September 9, to respond to the subpoenas.



Samples of the subpoena and accompanying letter are available

through the following links:







List of all Attorney General Offices in the United States





Other NorVergence Legal Action—


26 leasing companies have been named in this class action suit, and

the first is now moving into an additional mode operandi:


“We are now accepting cases that require individual representation for the defense of putative class members that have been sued individually by leasing companies around the country.  As a result of overwhelming demand from putative class members, the Law Offices of Michael Scott Green and Kantrowitz, Goldhamer & Graifman, in conjunction with law offices around the country, will be referring cases to those jurisdictions where individual representation is necessary. 


“If you require individual representation for the defense of an action against you, please submit or resubmit your form on our website and indicate that you would like individual representation and in which state you have been sued.


“Please note, the class action is being represented on a contingency fee basis and there is no retainer or up-front fee to putative class members.


 “If we are successful in the class action litigation, we will make an application to the Court for attorneys fees and expenses.  Individual representation in the defense of an individual claim against you will require the signing of a retainer and a retainer fee.”





Law Offices of Michael Scott Green

14 Easton Ave., #340

New Brunswick, New Jersey  08901

Tel:  (732) 390-0480

Fax: (732) 390-0481

Cell: (732) 690-2093


On the web@:





Telecom Agents Assoc. Move Forward


“The Leasing Companies are also suing many of the companies who are current in their payments,” Dan Baldwin, Executive Director of

Telecom Agents Associations said on the Yahoo Listserve.


Leasing News has been told that many leasing companies, banks,

mortgage companies have postponed payments, and announced

so, to victims of the Florida hurricane.  News that lessees are

being sued while they continue to make payments has not

been verified.


Telecom Agents Association has issued the latest announcement;





“The Norvergence Customer Legal Co-op or "NCLC" has issued an urgent recommendation to all ex-Norvergence customers as a courtesy. The  complete recommendation can be read at the following web page:


“The recommendation is made urgently due to the information the NCLC  has learned over the past several days about the nature of the ever-increasing lawsuits the leasing companies are quickly filing against the ex-Norvergence customers who have decided not to pay their lease payments.


“The recommendation also includes instant access to the audio

recording the NCLC made yesterday, August 30th, of the NCLC's weekly members only audio conference call. Anyone can listen to the audio recording of the conference call for free and without obligation to

join the NCLC.


“The subject of the conference call was a direct comparison of the

Weir & Partners' group legal action with all other known available

options. In the conference call, co-op administrator Dan Baldwin

interviews an ex-Norvergence customer who elected not to join the

NCLC but instead started her own legal co-op of sorts for ex-

Norvergence customers in Texas. The Texas co-op hired their own

lawyers and paid them about $7,000 independent of the NCLC to

discover the legal options that best suited their needs.


“The long and short of it is the Texas legal co-op's lawyers also

endorsed the Weir & Partners group legal action. The audio

conference call recording also includes an interview with one of the

Texas co-op's attorneys. To learn more about Weir & Partners group

legal action, please visit “




Dan Baldwin, Administrator

Norvergence Customer Legal Co-op




List Serve Action Still Hot and Heavy


by Christopher Menkin


Two new "NorVergence" seems to have appeared.  One is from a former group of NorVergence employees, as noted on another list serve site.


There is a second company, hat some readers are telling Leasing News, is just the same as NorVergence, meaning same premise, cost of equipment, etc.


There is no doubt that the NorVergence customers are victims. The

great majority of customers blame leasing companies using all types of names as if the leasing companies are equally to blame with NorVergence.


They believe the leasing companies are the “villains” and “enjoying

all the profits.”


Those on the list serve who appear not as in a “panic” believe

they should have been better protected by the leasing companies

as they relied on the those financing as to be more knowledgeable, more protective in helping their customers "chose" the right equipment and "value" of what they are "financing."  Furthermore, they cite, if the leasing companies had done their "due diligence" and not trusted NorVergence with their "representations and warrants," they as lessee would not have entered into the financial transaction let alone be in the predicament they now face.


Those that signed NorVergence “private label” contracts believe

they were misrepresented and the companies who “purchased”

the leasing contracts should have none better and not financed

the transaction, therefore they should not be made to make

payments as the value they received did not exist.


There is also large group who believe the leasing companies were partners in the profits, and note Eastern Association of  Equipment Lessor’s past president Robert J. Fine’s involvement.


The comments from Equipment Leasing News President Michael Fleming made to the New Jersey Star Ledger were quoted often,

specifically, “"’ If I were a small-business person, I would say this was an expensive lesson and I would pay it’."


Simply, they don’t want to pay. The list serve participants believe leasing companies are anti-small business, or at least, have no sympathy for their plight.  Many point out, as did this e-mail: 


“Keep in mind when reading comments that:
The ELA and Mike Fleming:
Allowed Norvergence to join the Equipment Leasing Association
Advertised Norvergence almost daily on ELA's daily newsletter
Ate, drank and entertained with Norvergence exec's.”


The internet has become a source for sharing information,

in addition to venting  angry and hard feelings. Much of

the information is passed on to each of the participants,

questions asked and answered, and a general sharing

of both good and bad news.


In addition to the “leads” toward legal representation

and action, other information is passed around, including

this from the Attorney General of Vermont from one

year ago:


### Press release #####################

Office of the Attorney General Press Release


ATM Leasing Companies Agree to Refund Payments to Local Businesses


Contact: Elliot Burg, Assistant Attorney General


September 30, 2003 - Attorney General William Sorrell announced today that eight companies that leased automated teller machines (ATMs) to some 100 small businesses in Vermont have agreed to refund a total of over $700,000 to those businesses, because of deception by an unrelated firm that initially solicited the local businesses to enter into the leases.


The settlements are contained in Assurances of Discontinuance filed with the Washington Superior Court and signed by the following companies: Advanta Leasing Services of Draper, Utah; Carlton Financial Corporation of Wayzata, Minnesota; CIT Financial USA, Inc., of Livingston, New Jersey (formerly Newcourt Financial USA, Inc.); Information Leasing Corporation of Cincinnati, Ohio; Liberty Leasing Company of West Des Moines, Iowa; Marcap Vendor Finance Corporation of San Diego, California; Patriot Commercial Leasing Company of Pottstown, Pennsylvania; and Preferred Capital, Inc., of Brecksville, Ohio. (No settlement has been reached with a ninth company, Frontier Leasing Corporation of Urbandale, Iowa.) The company that solicited the leases was Philadelphia-based JRA 222, Inc., doing business as Credit Card Center (“CCC”), which is no longer in business.


According to the Assurances of Discontinuance:


CCC “guaranteed” small businesses an amount of income from the onsite operation of the ATMs that would more than offset their lease payments—which payments totaled as much as $18,000 over the five-year lease term. In fact, the “guaranteed” income stopped once CCC experienced financial difficulties, and the local businesses were left having to continue paying off their leases.


CCC claimed it had an “advertisement program” under which outside companies would pay to advertise goods and services via ATM transactions. The program turned out to be non-existent.


All of the leasing companies except Advanta and Liberty failed to provide a three-day right to cancel to the local businesses that leased the ATMs.


Although the leasing companies denied any wrongdoing, under the settlements they will send a letter to all the businesses in Vermont with which they have CCC-solicited leases, offering an unconditional right to have the lease canceled and receive a full refund of all lease payments made (usually about $300 per month), minus some (but not all) of the income received by the local business from ATM transactions. Local businesses will have 30 days from receipt of the letter to send a written request for lease cancellation and refund. They must also make their ATM available to be picked up by the leasing company.


Some refunds may be as high as $18,000 per ATM. The estimated total of offered refunds exceeds $700,000. If a lease is canceled, there will be no further obligation; any negative credit information (in cases where the local business did not make all of its lease payments) will be withdrawn; and any related lawsuits will be dismissed.


The eight leasing companies will also pay a total of $67,000 to the State of Vermont to cover the costs of investigating and settling the matter.


Commenting on the settlement, Attorney General Sorrell commended the eight leasing companies for “stepping up to the plate” and providing an effective remedy for the small businesses that were misled by Credit Card Center. “As between the country store and the large leasing firm,” he said, “the leasing company was in a better position to investigate the activities of Credit Card Center before deciding to enter into the leases.” “These settlements achieve substantial justice for many local businesses in Vermont,” he added.


Vermont businesses that were solicited by Credit Card Center to enter into an ATM lease may call the Attorney General’s Consumer Assistance Program for more information, at 1-800-649-2424 (656-3183 in Chittenden County). CAP’s address is Morrill Hall, UVM, Burlington, VT 05405.




109 State Street, Montpelier VT 05609-1001

Phone: (802) 828-3171 Fax: (802) 828-5341


  Website consulting provided by The National Association of Attorneys General.


### Press Release ##############################



New Edition—Power Tools for Small Ticket Leasing


“Our newest title is at the printers--Power Tools for Small Ticket
Leasing.  If you are interested, you can view the contents at


It is 299 pages, and contains over 350 review questions at the end of each chapter.  Authors are Rick Galtelli, myself and Barry Marks. 


Best wishes.

James Johnson




### Press Release ##############################



Semon says "Seller's Market Place."


A survey of event participants indicates $3.9 billion in funding

resources are chasing only $1.1 billion in opportunities



ATLANTA, GA - - Twice each year, the Lessors Network provides networking events where industry professionals, representing primary and wholesale equipment leasing funding sources, come together to showcase their buy/sell investment strategies. In the past, these events have facilitated just over $1 billion in total buy/sell investment resources; however, this year, more than $5 billion was presented.


John Semon, CEO for the Lessors Network commented, "There was actually more than $5 billion represented as two of the largest funding source participants declined to disclose their buy/sell investment strategies."


While reported buy/sell investment resources for this event represent a substantial increase over past events, it is also clear that even with interest rates on the rise, we have a seller's market. A survey of event participants indicates $3.9 billion in funding resources are chasing only $1.1 billion in opportunities.


The Lessors Network 2005 Spring Showcase is scheduled for March 30-31, 2005. Detailed updates are published from




The Lessors Network is a sales & marketing network facilitating new business development opportunities within the corporate and municipal equipment leasing markets. Networking showcases are traditionally held from the Ritz-Carlton in Atlanta each spring and fall. Website programs and services provide free access to news, events and important resources facilitating funding/syndication, technology and outsourcing services exclusive to the equipment leasing & finance markets.


Additional information can be viewed at


### Press Release ############################



Oracle Lands Caterpillar Account



Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc., has signed agreements with

software developer Oracle Corp., Oracle Consulting and BearingPoint, a business systems consulting firm, to implement a core operating system worldwide during a multi-phase, three-year process.


The initial phase of the implementation will focus on the deployment of Oracle Lease Management that will integrate Cat Financial's global processes.


"This project is an essential step in the continuation of our business excellence journey," said Caterpillar Vice President and Cat Financial President Jim Beard. "Customer satisfaction is essential to the continued success of our business, and the project will enable our employees to deliver better quality services to our customers with greater efficiency."


Among the expected key benefits of the implementation are:


Replacement of fourteen versions of Cat Financial's previous leasing system and eight other different country- specific leasing systems.

Increased efficiency and speed of current business processes such as loan origination, customer services and reporting.

Reduced spending to maintain and support worldwide applications.


Cat Financial Global Program Director Tom DePauw said, "We have offices in over thirty countries. By creating a singular standardized business model and best practice for our key core processes, we will improve the enterprise view of our business, reduce costs related to process support, provide greater flexibility in customer interaction, and provide processes that will enable future growth in both traditional and non-traditional markets."


Cat Financial, recipient of the 2003 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc., provides a wide range of financing alternatives for Caterpillar machinery and engines, Solar gas turbines, as well as other equipment and marine vessels. The company also extends loans to customers and dealers. Cat Financial has offices and subsidiaries located throughout the Americas, Asia, Australia, and Europe, with headquarters in Nashville, TN.


For more than 75 years, Caterpillar Inc. has been building the world's infrastructure and, in partnership with its worldwide dealer network, is driving positive and sustainable change on every continent. With 2003 sales and revenues of $22.76 billion, Caterpillar is a technology leader and the world's leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, diesel and natural gas engines and industrial gas turbines. More information is available at


### Press Release ############################



Classified Ads---Help Wanted



Credit Analyst: Seeking an energetic and organized Credit Analyst. At least one to two years of experience as a Credit Analyst in financial services (banking, insurance, leasing, or mortgage) is required.

Funding Manager: Seeking a very organized, detail oriented Funding Manager. Minimum two years experience in brokering and discounting commercial equipment transactions is required.

Operations Manager: Seeking an experienced Operations Manager with knowledge of all sides of operations. Must have a minimum of five years related experience.

Send email or fax to Ryan Johnson, Corporate Recruiter.
Fax: (888) 462-4305

We are ready to hear from you and field any leasing questions that you may have.
Five Point Capital
10525 Vista Sorrento Pkwy
San Diego, CA 92121


Leasing Sales Leader: Atlanta GA.
Outstanding opportunity for highly motivated, exp. leasing rep. for fast growing tech solutions provider. Unlimited earnings potential, fast paced enviroment. Exper. end-user sales/ tech leasing required.
Full description here

CFO: Atlanta, GA.
CPA/10yrs exp. required. Direct/oversee all financial activities and manage leasing operations. Full description here.

About the Company: Located in Atlanta GA. Optimus Solutions is a leading provider of enterprise Information Technology solutions including systems, storage, and software enhanced by a complete range of integration and consulting services.

Controller / Vendor Sales Specialist/ Entry Level Accountant

Broker/Lessor looking for CFO/Controller w/ a solid accounting background. Exp. working in Leasing industry a must. LeasePlus knowledge a plus.

Vendor Sales Specialist: Experienced in developing relationships & vendor programs. Will need to establish/head our new vendor division. Must be knowledgable in all aspects of leasing from the broker lessor perspective.

Entry Level Accountant: Entry level position, accounting background req., leasing exp. a plus, must be organized individual w/ strong work ethic.

Please E-mail resume to:

About the Company: Nationwide Funding, Irvine, CA. With its prime location in Southern California and offices in Chicago's downtown financial district, Nationwide Funding, LLC has been able to secure specialized credit facilities and create funding partnerships with a wide variety of financial institutions. This diversity allows Nationwide Funding, LLC to be a complete funding partner for your business.








News Briefs—


Corruption innuendos probed in final stage of leasing inquiry




Drop in Consumer Confidence Unexpectedly Steep in August


Housing economists raise yellow flag over San Diego



Hollinger report says execs siphoned millions



Tyco Attorney Found “Not Guilty”

 (this was sent to us by reader John Winchester—Go Titans!)


Tom Brokay’s  Last Hurrah


3 Former Invesco Fund Executives Settle U.S. Case


Philly Considers Wireless Internet for All


World's Caviar Faces a Ban


Monterey Aquarium Top Draw





Sports Briefs---



Breakdown in Bronx as Yankees Set a Record



Canada nips U.S. in World Cup of Hockey


Woodson reports to Raiders camp





California Nuts Briefs---


Governor fires up GOP faithful

Crowd-pleaser: Schwarzenegger cheers for Bush, says 'America is back'








“Gimme that Wine”



Oregon Winery Grows as Tourist Attraction in Eugene

(also watch the Ducks, too )



TTB approves latest California “appellation”-oldest in state


South American Celebrities Launch Their Own Wine Labels,1145,2581,00.html


Auction of Washington Wines raises $1.6 million during weekend activities


Pesticides 101: Harmful insect control keeps local crops healthy



Wine flows freely, but many glasses still half empty in California


Anderson Valley, California, Comes of Age




Top Pinot Noir from Carneros




Sorry, no “This Day in American History” or “Baseball Poem,”

need to finish packing---but when I return, a new feature on our web site will be ready to be posted: a complete listing of all “Day in American History” by choosing month and date.

  For previous baseball poems, please go here:


   Looking forward to getting away from a while. If I get on a dog

sled, will share the picture with you.  Certainly will enjoy the

Duckhorn wine on the trip and the chance to buy some more

big bottles.


  Bon Voyage,  

           Kit Menkin


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