I no longer have the lawyer assigned to my case with Global Electrolysis Supply(GES). He was too timid with respect to finding an "entity" to prosecute. I am in the process, though, of choosing better prosecutorial representation.
So far, we have concluded that in my case(when I ordered GES' merchandise) I can seek legal action against two "known" conspirators:
One is the technical contact for GES' web site and owner of NetSolution, which hosted GES' web site, known as Anthony Santen. The other is Chris Williams, a.k.a. Chris Limon(then GES' sales rep.), who is currently head of Sales/Marketing at a San Diego, CA company known as Extreme Web Development.
My previous attorney did mention that a class-action lawsuit against GES would be more appealing(in the lucrative sense!) and promising.
Why not hold liable all the UPS Store locations across the U.S. and Canada that are being used by GES to distribute their "junk" merchandise and further perpetuate this scam?
My GES merchandise was shipped from The UPS Store #0937 in Albuquerque, NM.
Other "victims" could give me the UPS Store location where their GES merchandise was shipped(in addition to what is in the hairfacts website).
If anyone out there can give me advice on these suggestions or information, please let me know?
(It would also be great to hear from someone who has already taken legal action against these scum.)