t the guarantee period and subsequently either fees were not paid or refunded to the client. Eagle recruiting failed to refund their portion of the fee earned. The fee for the third candidate was applied to the outstanding refund and therefore it was a wash, actually we took a hit for part of it. In 2007 a letter was received from an attorney office requesting information, which was provided by our attorney. Our attorney provided the specifics and there was no subsequent correspondence. The files are archived and I have no intention of paying any further attorney fees to have the case reopened.
Now 3 years later, Donna Zhao apparently wakes from what I can only assume is a drunken or drug induced stupor or whatever, with the sole intention of extorting money.
Her posting suggests that we have changed phone numbers and that she was unable to reach us. We have had the same phone number since 2004.
Her company, according to the State of Tennessee, was dissolved in 2008, though she still represents herself and an LLC.
Yesterday, she provided me with the name and address of an attorney who she says represents her. I contacted the attorney at the number provided, only to find that this law firm, with multiple offices in multiple states does not know Donna or Eagle Recruiting and there is no such attorney. Furthermore, there is no attorney by the name provided listed with the State of Tennessee, or any other state, except for a Corporate attorney in New Jersey who has never practiced anywhere else.
Donna makes harassing phone calls multiple times a day, usually hanging up. The caller ID shows the calls come from Donna Zhao in Salinas California and other calls from other phones.
I have turned this matter over to local Law Enforcement and multiple other agencies, both State and Federal. There will be no further responses from our firm regarding this matter, rather to allow the authorities to do their job.…
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