On April 13, 2015, the Receiver filed a lawsuit in federal court against two defendants seeking the return of nearly $2 million. The Receiver’s lawsuit is based on the Florida Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act ("FUFTA") and for Unjust Enrichment. A copy of the complaint is available under Lawsuits Filed.
Frequently Asked Questions (Taxes) is available here.
The Receiver filed his Second Report to the Court, which is available here.
Receiver to hold Town Hall Meeting on September 19, 2014.
List and Description of Assets of JCS Enterprises, Inc.; T.B.T.I., Inc., and My Gee Bo, Inc. for Court-Approved Sale is now available
On July 31, 2014 the receiver filed his First Report with the Court, which is available here.
On April 22, 2014, the Receiver filed a Motion to Stay Lawsuits and Expand the Stay. Currently, there are at least six pending lawsuits by creditors in various state courts...Read more.
As background, on April 7, 2014, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") filed an emergency action alleging that JCS Enterprises, Inc., d/b/a JCS Enterprises Services, Inc., T.B.T.I. Inc., Joseph Signore, and Paul L. Schumack II (the "Defendants") were violating the federal securities laws by, among other things, engaging in a Ponzi scheme. As part of the action, the SEC filed a Complaint and sought emergency relief from the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, including an Ex Parte Motion for a Temporary Restraining Order to freeze assets and an Emergency Motion Seeking the Appointment of a Receiver over both JCS Enterprises, Inc., d/b/a JCS Enterprises Services, ("JCS") and T.B.T.I. Inc. ("T.B.T.I.") (collectively, the "Receivership Entities"). Specifically, the SEC's Complaint alleges that, from at least 2011 through the present, the Defendants fraudulently raised at least $40 million from hundreds of investors nationwide through the ongoing sale of investments in virtual concierge machines.
On the same day, the Honorable Donald M. Middlebrooks, United States District Judge for the Southern District of Florida, granted the SEC's Emergency Motion Seeking the Appointment of a Receiver and issued an order entitled Amended Receivership Order, which appointed James D. Sallah, Esq. as the Receiver over both JCS and T.B.T.I. This means that the Court ordered Mr. Sallah, in his capacity as the Receiver, to "take immediate possession of all property, assets and estates of every kind of JCS and T.B.T.I., among numerous other things." On April 14, 2014, the Court expanded the Receivership Entities to include a company named My Gee Bo, Inc. On December 11, 2014, the Court again expanded the Receivership Entities to include two companies named JOLA Enterprises Inc. and PSCS Holdings, LLC. On December 12, the Court reappointed Mr. Sallah as Receiver.
Since his initial appointment as Receiver, Mr. Sallah and his engaged professionals, including accountants, lawyers, and investigators, have been working to identify and secure assets of the Receivership Entities. This web site was created to provide information to investors regarding the efforts of the Receiver to discover, marshal, and preserve for the benefit of all investors the funds and assets of the Receivership Entities. As this web site will be updated frequently with selected Court filings, investor letters, and other materials, we encourage all investors and interested persons to visit frequently. Any interested person may review all of the publicly-available court filings for the instant matter by creating an account and accessing the federal court system’s "Public Access to Court Electronic Records," or "PACER," which is located at https://www.pacer.gov. In the event that any investor or individual concern is not addressed within this website, please contact the Receiver by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.