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    Virtual Fan Video is proud to be recognized as a Preferred Partner with the International Dance Entrepreneurs ... Melanie Bunkowske Cruse
    Brandon Cruse and his wife seem to have bailed from this scammer's Titanic. The Cruse's Facebook posts and likes for Virtual Fan Video have vanished following me sharing them to the Realscam Facebook page and linking numerous court docs and news articles. This cached version is all that is left of that little love fest.

    Ptak has been traveling once again and has paid his property taxes. Where did the money for this come from? The mandate in his harassment suit against me case is supposed to be issued today. He owes me tens of thousands, the Ohio judgment is imminent, the criminal case is going forward and there are still many leagues out tens of thousands of dollars. I intend to do everything in my power to see that justice is served!

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    My decimation of scammer Daniel Ptak and his Jevin Sports Management software in court is complete. The Fifth Court of Appeals has issued the mandate. He owes me tens of thousands of dollars and I intend to make his life a living hell until he has paid all of his many victims out thousands or tens of thousands and the judgments piling up against him including mine. Ripping off charities for kids is beyond despicable. He is responsible for all costs of court, attorneys fees and possible sanctions as to be determined by the original trial court where he filed this disgusting harassment suit against me and all his innocent charity member victims.

    Dobrott vs. Daniel Ptak Jevin Mandate Dobrott Decimates Scammer Ptak.pdf

    Dobrott vs. Daniel Ptak Jevin Bill of Costs.pdf

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    If you have kids who participate in anything (sports, dance, band, theater, etc.) you have undoubtedly seen the dreaded “Fundraising Flyer”. This colorful document comes home with your child very early in the season and explains the products that you (and the YOU usually means YOU – not your child) are going to have to buy and try and sell to your neighbors. Most people aren’t in sales because it makes them uncomfortable…and the last thing a professional sales person wants to do is sell something in his/her ‘spare’ time that doesn’t generate any commission. The net results are that mom/dad end up buying the product themselves.
    That’s how we have done things for years… what’s wrong with that – you ask? Just about everything if you really think about it. Let me explain.
    · The vicious left pocket/right pocket cycle – The parents are the ones who already pay the registration fee. So, the team is asking those same parents to spend more of their personal time and money to sell a product for the benefit of the team. And so the circle continues…masking the real out of pocket expense to the parents.
    · The money the team makes is almost always very small – How much can you really make selling a candy bar? A dollar? You have to sell a lot of candy bars to have an impact. If your fundraising program sells higher cost items, the same fundamental concept is true..the team will make a small percentage of the sale but sell fewer items because of the cost. Most of us probably still have the cookie dough we bought 2 seasons ago buried in our freezer somewhere.
    · In most cases, there is risk to the team. The risk comes in the form of an advanced order or in the distribution/collection of pre-orders. Either way, you are asking parent volunteers to be experts in forecasting and product distribution. With pre-purchases, your team runs the risk of over purchasing (stuck with a garage full of chocolate) or limiting their upside of the fundraiser by not pre-purchasing enough product to meet demand.
    · The shoe is too small – with every food or item product, the area in which you can sell that product is limited to your backyard because it does not make sense to sell a candy bar to an uncle in the next state if it going to cost you more to ship the candy bar than you profit from the sale. Thus, the geographic footprint is confined to your small area that is already competing with similar fundraising programs….in a school environment the spring sports don’t have a chance.
    This series is not meant to be a bashing of traditional fundraising. Most of the programs are reputable and do help teams raise money. Rather, this article is intended to help parents truly understand the fundraising landscape. As kids/parents pass through organizations, most times the next set of parents does the Christmas Wreath Fundraising simply because “that is how it has always been done”. There is no thought into the amount of risk and work required for the return.
    The next article in our series will break down some of the traditional fundraising programs by listing pros and cons of each along with suggestions for improving them.
    About the authors. As parents, the Virtual Fan Video team has led and served on many booster club boards. In addition, the team has over 20 years of involvement working with software companies that work directly with youth sports organizations. This experience has allowed the team to talk with thousands of people across the country. The combination of personal and product experiences gives this team an unique view of the youth sports fundraising landscape. Virtual Fan Video was spawned as a result of these experiences with products that are designed to help teams breakout from the rut of traditional fundraising.



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    Dan Ptak


    Founder/CEO at Virtual Fan Video
    Fund-raise with a guy that steals money from the youth sports charities he claims he wants to serve and sues the parents after he has paid them weeks late?????

    What is this fool smokin'?

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