April 30, 2002
To: Whom It May Concern
RE: National Brotherhood Of Fathers Rights
Dear Sir or Madam:
Please accept this letter of recommendation concerning my view of
the business run by The National Brotherhood Of Fathers Rights through
its principal, Mr. Gac. I have performed accounting services
for Mr. Gac for approximately ten years. During the course of
the ten years I was consistently impressed at the business acumen
possessed by Mr. Gac, and his ability to act in a prompt and orderly
fashion with his clients.
A majority of my practice is devoted to representing business clients
that perform services via the internet, particularly consulting businesses
and self-publishers. I represent several clients that have had
difficulties due to IRS and child support issues. My experience shows
that most men end up frustrated and without hope. Not so with the
clients that have worked with Mr. Gac. The National Brotherhood
Of Fathers Rights is generally able to solve complex legal problems
related to child support, divorce, and property settlements within
short periods of time. Mr. Gac regularly and willingly spends
the time it takes to services clients; whether it's from his simple
office in Seattle, Washington or on the run using his cell phone in
The National Brotherhood Of Fathers Rights has had the ability to
clear up problems for non-custodial fathers where others could not.
Most fathers either end up broke or living second class life-styles
because of divorce and child support problems.
The fathers whom I've met after court cases have all seemed genuinely
happy with the results they've gotten after working with the National
Brotherhood Of Fathers Rights.
If I can be of any further assistance, please feel free to contact
me. Thank you.
Very truly yours,
FENWICK M. MOORE