My question: is it legal to call a business owner at home?

Of course, you are almost certain to lose your account, rather than get anything resolved so I wouldn’t recommend it! Additionally, according to the BBB, Steven Girsky is a lawyer working for Batson, Nolan, Brice, Harvey, Williamson. However, Steven Girsky is not listed on their web page: Nor is he listed as a member of the Tennesee Bar Association. I don’t dare speculate on this and anyone else inclined to do so should cease and desist!

Looking back at the Tennesee property records, I looked up S. Third St to see who owns the building where Steven is/was a lawyer. It’s owned by BNBWG Realty. Hmm, Could those letters stand for Batson, Nolan, Brice, Williamson, Girsky? Doing a search on google tells me I am correct. However, the BBB doesn’t have a record of this company and the address is the same address as the attorney’s office address. I guess BNBWG Realty doesn’t do much business?

Finally, according to the BBB, Stormpay has “an unsatisfactory record due to a pattern of complaints received. The company has responded to each complaint presented by BBB. However, the company has not eliminated the pattern of complaint. The BBB Definition of pattern: – More than 2 complaints involving the same allegations usually within 12 months that are significant in relation to the company’s size and volume of business. YTD 2006, the company has received 8 complaints; in 2005, the company received 49 complaints; in 2004, the company received 6 complaints.

The proof is in the pudding folks. For all practical purposes, StormPay and NetIBA are the same company. Don’t be ripped off by them!

In the past 36 months, the company has received complaints specifically concerning the company’s failure to inform and follow up with its customers when it suspends accounts, failure to release funds in a timely manner and failure to resolve complaints directly with company management

Additionally, If you are desperate to contact StormPay or it’s owner, I believe you can find enough information here to do so. You might have to think outside the box a bit though.

All the information provided here is a matter of public record. I have provided the links where you can find the same information for yourself. Being a web researcher, I know where to look for these kinds of things.

I wrote to the newspaper this morning, using the link that was available in a Sports Story. Here is the email back I just received:

Thank you for your e-mails. IA?a‚¬a„?ve received several e-mails and phone calls over the past three days regarding StormPay. Because this is no longer a sports story, IA?a‚¬a„?ve forwarded all e-mails and links to our business editor/writer. Our news department will take this story from here. Thank you for your e-mails. Jimmy Trodglen Sports editor The Leaf-Chronicle

A natural association of two enterprises involved in dirt track racing turned into a business alliance Friday when StormPay became the primary sponsor of Clarksville Speedway.

StormPay A?a‚¬a€? a payment processing company for online auctions A?a‚¬a€? and the speedway agreed to a two-year deal, with an option for an additional two-year sponsorship.

Financial were not disclosed, but Steve Girsky, CEO of StormPay, said sponsorship dollars will allow the renamed Clarksville StormPay Speedway to continue its expansion and renovation, while increasing the cash awarded to race winners

Girsky and speedway owners William and Tammy Scogins began discussions about the business venture two weeks ago. StormPay is the primary sponsor of the Crate RacinA?a‚¬a„? USA Series, which has grown from a regional dirt racing event into a national racing series in only one year.