This is a comment I wrote on the last post from Joshua for better exposure. I think it is important to bring more facts to the table.
"In view of the information that is evident in Joshua's letter to Mr. Grover, it seems quite interesting that a small group around Mr. Grover and Andy Sajani of Think Latitude, which is holding the majority of the shares of this small group, is challenging the current management although:
This small group has contributed $ 0,00 to support the company..!!
Think Latitude is to blame that the company has lost close to 3 years of operations ( I will leave the amount of damage to your imagination)
As I have stated on many occasions, I have been following the developments at PTOP/MobiCard very closely and can see absolutely no reason not to have confidence in Joshua Sodaitis and his team.
In the difficult times the company has faced, especially this past year, Joshua has kept the company afloat and the product alive, working for us shareholders mostly w/o direct compensation.
As I understand, the company is picking up momentum right at this moment and will achieve important goals in the course of this year to secure business development and increased share value."
This is true. From Feb 2022-to-Feb of 2023 CEO Sodaitis did not take a single penny in cash compensation. Not 1 penny in cash compensation. In fact CEO Sodaitis loaned the company roughly $8,000 from some inheritance money he had received.