Farmacy – Farmacy Michael Omaha, JoAnna LaForce Do Not Honor…

We entered into an financial agreement with The Farmacy as of July 2010 where we agreed to provide a promissory note of $25,000 to “The Wellness Foundation” (a subsiduary type S corp of The Farmacy.The Farmacy itself is a type S Corp where the two sole signees are Michael Ommaha & JoAnna LaForce.We received 3 payments totalling 15,000.00. One payment came directly from Ms. LaForce of $5,000.00 cash exactly a year ago; that was our final payment sadly.We are still owed $12,500.00 as of this writing. Numerous calls have been made to rectify the situation.I do not believe The Farmacy is operating in good faith along the lines of their stated mission. They are leaving investors holding the bag for their compassionate care; up to including their former legal council who when contacted as of last week informed me that they no longer represent The Farmacy and better yet, has not paid their outstanding legal fees to the Buynak Law firm.I am hoping this post might begin the process of shaming them publicly for taking advantage of our financial resources to further their own ends & leave investors, lawyers & patients out in the cold.

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