His Most Recent Scam 2.18.11…..

Wow! Someone who is in the red with their own business and is stealing from others is try to charge $1,000 to write business plans for other entrepreneurs??? Really??? Looks like someone called him out big time……

http://osdir.com/ml/coworking/2011-02/msg00293.html

On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 12:56 PM, <Yperez@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Dear “The Orchestrator”

Hello Orchestrator,

I have a lot going on in my personal life that needs my immediate
attention, which is why I resigned from XXX XXX. I was not asked to
resign, this was my choice. The XXX XXX is a subsidiary of the parent
company which I am CEO and Co Founder. When I joined this group last
year, I enjoyed sharing my thoughts and ideas and the professionalism
shared amongst fellow founders and coworkers. I don’t know who you
are, but there are always two sides to every story and you shouldn’t
believe everything you read. I am dealing with vindictive individuals,
who resort to publishing false, misleading, and altered information
about me. These allegations are unsubstantiated by individuals who
wish to spread negativity and lies about me. It is clear that you do
not know the facts about my life, and I am deeply disappointed that
you have participated in sharing a slandering website with this entire
community instead of emailing me directly. The people behind this site
lack professionalism and integrity and there will be serious
consequences for their behavior and I do not wish to subject other
individuals to this.

I am here to do good work, help others grow, and continue to help
forward the green movement. I can assure you, that those who do know
me and know the facts stand behind me.

On Feb 17, 6:57 pm, The Orchestrator <ray…@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Yeves Perez,
>
> Thanks for your reply and clarifications. During my due diligence, I hear
> that you are no longer involved as the President/CEO of XXX XXX San Diego?
>
> In addition, I located this online, I guess some people are pretty upset
> with you?
>
> Via Google:  http://yevesperez.com/referencing the “mini-madoff”??
>
> Your business plan services for $1,000 is a lot of money to spend for a
> business plan, especially when it doesn’t outline the pro forma-financial
> strategy to break-even and profitability, even if the place is donated,
> someone has to operate the coworking place to keep the community together.
>
> To me, for coworking, marketing is marketing, by developing a community of
> users and providing a quality product/service with recognized and
> sustainable value, people will spread the word “Good or Bad”.
>
> Thanks for your time.
>
> And good luck!
>
>
>
> On Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 1:21 PM,  <Ype…@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Wow – these are all great questions. Although I cannot disclose
> > certain information as we are a privately held, C corporation, nor do
> > I have clearance to do so, I can clarify a few details. I also support
> > your statement that a pro forma is really important. Please note: I
> > wrote this off the cuff, so please forgive me in advance.
>
> > Just be clear, XXX XXX’s pro forma is placed in the business plan under
> > section titled, “Business Model”, and I would advise any space owner
> > to do the same. We called our chart a “Model Hub” which included:
> > ideal office square footage, dedicated space square footage
> > (breakroom, lounge, etc.), monthly revenue or $/ sq. ft. assumptions,
> > then additional revenues to total monthly gross revenues, then
> > calculated COGS in order to total net revenue, etc. (so we could
> > entice a property owner to invest in the company and defer rent for a
> > period of time). If I were to write your business plan, you could
> > expect me to ask you many questions to do the same.
>
> > This plan of enticing the property owner worked for us, because today,
> > he is a share holder, and our initial 1400 square foot space did
> > receive a deferred rent deal for a undisclosed period. I am also
> > allowed to summarize that we opened our doors in April 2010 and inched
> > into the black late July. Then in Oct 2010 and again in Jan 2011 we
> > expanded into two additional suites and pay rent a rent for an
> > undisclosed period. We also have a second investor that wrote the
> > checks to fund the up start costs, so the article is not 100 percent
> > correct. Now, for our first expansion, we did ink a donation/
> > strategic partnership with Steelcase and bkm Officeworks.
>
> >http://www.prlog.org/11259532-steelcase-and-bkm-officeworks-advance-s...
>
> > And, our beautiful Kirei Tables were custom made, most materials were
> > purchased, and labor costs were a struggle. However, we did what most
> > space owners did, which was to put a old pair of jeans, roll up your
> > selves and get to work (Pics Here –
> >http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=217433&id=357577790096).
> > So going back to our business plan, the majority of the description
> > for our business model went to clearly stating what business we were
> > and weren’t in, and introduce a enticing model to for the landlord-
> > turned-investor.
>
> > I hope this (maybe too lengthy) response helps. I will also say that
> > regardless of what your advantages and disadvantages you may face
> > (i.e. free, deferred, donated, paid, found at the dump, or whatever)
> > and regardless of what xxx xxx achieves or does not achieve, a recent
> > study says that a business plan doubles your chance for success.
>
> >http://smallbiztrends.com/2010/06/business-plan-success-twice-as-like...
>
> > So, if anyone finds value in what I am offering, please email me at
> > yevesperez (at) gmail (dot) com if you need a good plan. I prefer to
> > use paypal and will email you a payment request in order to get
> > started. I am offering to write your plan for $500 down and $500 after
> > completion.
>
> > P.S. – If anyone needs want detailed examples from other spaces, net
> > revenues, operating expenses, etc., there are several who have
> > contributed their data to this forum for educational purposes. Just
> > type in the key words into the search bar and lots of great data will
> > pop up.
>
> > Thx for the opportunity.
>
> > On Feb 15, 11:18 am, The Orchestrator <ray…@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > > What I didn’t see in your proposed business plan outline is your pro
> > forma?
> > >  As in any business, the numbers have to make sense, otherwise, who is
> > > paying the bills?
>
> > > Can you provide some high level numbers on xxx xxx? What was your startup
> > > costs, as I understand from the articles is that your space was donated
> > to
> > > you by the xxx xxx landlord, and what kind of revenues/numbers are you
> > > getting, since you really didn’t need much capital for xxx xxx since the
> > > furniture and space, equipment, etc. were initially provided/donate by
> > the
> > > landlord, correct, per the article.
>
> > > What is your sqft. for your entire space, monthly operating expenses,
> > > revenues per sqft that you are achieving, how many members do you
> > > consistently have paying per month. If you can provide just high level or
> > > rough numbers, ranges, that would be great. Thanks!
>
> > > Unlike the others who are probably not working with a “donated space”,
> > > they/we will have startup costs that have to achieve a break even and
> > ROI.
>
> > > So, your pro forma will really be important, beyond the “typical”
> > business
> > > plan “marketing” outlines that you are highlighting and providing.
>
> > > Thanks again!
>
> > > Cheers!
>
> > > On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 1:49 PM, <Ype…@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > > Hey Hey!
>
> > > > I received three inquiries over the weekend — all are new spaces
> > > > that will soon!
>
> > > > Does anyone else need a decent business plan? Call me if you have any
> > > > questions…
>
> > > > Cell: 862.324.1463 <+18623241463>
>
> > > > On Feb 11, 3:32 pm, Yeves Perez <ype…@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > > > Hi everyone,
>
> > > > > I wanted to reach out to all the existing Space Owners and startup
> > owners
> > > > as
> > > > > I understand the difficulties you all face. I am a Co-Founder of
> > > > > xxx xxx<http://www.facebook.com/xxxxxx> and
> > > > > I sincerely attribute our success to sticking to our business plan.
> > > > Besides
> > > > > our media coverage and membership trending up every quarter since
> > > > launching,
> > > > > we’ve enjoyed seeing revenues spike after diversifying our revenue
> > > > streams
> > > > > to include xxx xxx PR (for example). Understanding the core
> > competencies
> > > > of
> > > > > the founders is easy, however realizing the revenues require a plan.
> > And,
> > > > if
> > > > > membership trends down for consecutive quarters… well then you’ll
> > need
> > > > you
> > > > > business plan to lead you out of trouble.
>
> > > > > I will also point out that a plan makes your business more attractive
> > to
> > > > > purchase down the road.
>
> > > > > So, this weekend, I’m preparing to write the plan to open our next
> > space
> > > > in
> > > > > San Diego County and if you need help, I am offering to write your
> > plan
> > > > for
> > > > > $500 down and $500 after completion. What can you expect me to
> > deliver:
>
> > > > >    – Executive Summary
> > > > >    – Business Model
> > > > >    – Market Opportunity
> > > > >    – Competition
> > > > >    – Competition Matrix
> > > > >    – Go-To-Market Structure Options
> > > > >    – Marketing Strategies and Tactics
> > > > >    – Use of Funds
> > > > >    – Exit Strategy
>
> > > > > You can learn more about me here:
> > > >http://www.google.com/profiles/yevesperez
> > > > > Here’s a recent mention of xxx xxx on the Sundance Channel website:
> > > >http://www.sundancechannel.com/sunfiltered/2011/01/coworking-spaces-s.
> > ..
>
> > > > > *NOTE:* I* *am limited to how many plans I can help write, so please
> > > > email
> > > > > me at yevesperez (at) gmail (dot) com if you need a good plan. I
> > prefer
> > > > to
> > > > > use paypal and will email you a payment request in order to get
> > started.
>
> > > > > *MY CORE COMPETENCIES *
>
> > > > > **
>
> > > > > Market Research and Competitive Analysis
>
> > > > > Strategic Planning and Implementation
>
> > > > > Budget Development and Administration
>
> > > > > Productivity and Efficiency Improvement
>
> > > > > Relationship and Team Building
>
> > > > > Training and Development
>
> > > > > Financial Analysis and Cost vs. Benefit Analysis
>
> > > > > Creative Thinking and Writing
>
> > > > > Preparation For Proposals and Request For Information
>
> > > > > Business Plan Writing
>
> > > > > Keynote Presentation Development and Delivery
>
> > > > > —
> > > > > Sincerely green, Yeves R. Perez Co-Founder, xxx xxx, Inc.
> > > >http://twitter.com/frshprnzcleantc
> > > > > 4542 Ruffner Street, Suite 170 San Diego, CA 92111 f.
> > > > > 1-888-277-6304 <+18882776304> lc.
> > > >http://loosecubes.com/workspace/99yt.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C.
> > ..
> > > > > w.

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