We have received FOMO Worldwide’s various demand emails and letters. On behalf of Peer To Peer Network aka Mobicard (PTOP), I have taken the time to respond herein. For the record almost all of the information contained in your letters was inaccurate.
Your special shareholder meeting demand letters are from FOMO Worldwide. According to our stock transfer agent www.empirestock.com as of the date of your demand letters, FOMO WORLDWIDE was not a shareholder of PTOP. Further, your special shareholder demand letters do not meet the statutory requirements of WY law as they are not signed by the syndication of shareholders purporting to be acting together calling for the meeting.
Moreover, you have sent a variety of demands for shareholder inspection rights. The first from FOMO, which is not a shareholder, and even if your personal shares are imputed to FOMO, there is not a requisite shareholding under WY law to qualify for this right. Under a second demand letter, you purport have proxy for Andy Sajnani as managing partner of PTOP shareholder Think Latitude, however PTOP has nothing from Andy Sajani validating this.
Furthermore one of the shareholders you claim to have participating in your group is actually deceased.
In light of the above, at this point, you have not provided to PTOP any compliant demands under WY law.