Word from our founder Val DeVine

GEA Inc. going forward

Important message about GEA Inc.


GEA Inc. is not currently operational and will not be until we regain exclusive and complete control of all our Intellectual Property including its proprietary work processes and exclusive database residing in its Salesforce account, use of its trademarks and any of its derivatives. 




We hope to be operational in order to deliver the outstanding results that GEA Inc. has delivered since 1999. Click here to see what our clients say about us.


Be advised that our database and all of its work processes and Intellectual Property residing in its Salesforce account or in any other CRM, is not to be accessed and cannot be sold by anyone except GEA Inc, sole owner of its proprietary database and all of its work processes. 


GEA Inc. will seek any and all legal remedies  against any individuals or companies who transfer or attempt  to transfer our database and or data,  Intellectual Property, work processes or trademarks without the express written permission of GEA Inc.  




Let us be clear: 


GEA Inc. has never sold any of its IP to anyone and it's been determined by Judge Eric Levinson that GEA Inc. is the exclusive owner of its database in November 2016.


 


See download section below for details including a letter from attorney John Hanzel confirming that GEA Inc. never sold any of its IP including its database residing in a Salesforce account. 




If you're approached by anyone, including Jeremy LeClair aka Jeremy Wyatt LeClair  who just petitioned the courts for a name change to Jeremy Wyatt the same day he filed bankruptcy, or any of his companies, claiming that they "purchased the company" or have rights to anything related to GEA Inc. please know this is a false statement and they're marketing illegal copies of our database, Intellectual Property etc. 




Click here to see a list of Jeremy Leclair's companies and his history. Click here for his name change petition from Jeremy Wyatt LeClair to Jeremy Wyatt. 




Val Devine


President of GEA Inc. (a Nevada Corporation)




GEA Inc. is the exclusive owner of all registered trademarks related to Grand Estates Auction Company including Grand Estates, PPP, Grand Estates Auction Company, Come Prepared to Bid and Buy under the US Trademark and Patent office. See link here  for  GEA Inc's trademarks.  


 GEA Inc. will seek any and all legal remedies  against any individuals or companies who transfer or attempt  to transfer our database and or data,  Intellectual Property, work processes or trademarks without the express written permission of GEA Inc.  




Salesforce is a registered trademark of SalesForce.com



Fraud Judgments, lawsuits,Vs Jeremy LeClair

PLEASE NOTE:


Jeremy Wyatt LeClair signed  a name change petition in California  on June 12th, 2018 the same day he filed  a $63 Million bankruptcy in North Carolina. 


Proposed name is Jeremy Wyatt


Click here for details. 



The following public records are decisions rendered by the Mecklenburg County Superior Court , Western District of NC Federal Court denying LeClair  preliminary injunctions, dismissals  rendered against LeClair.  Included are fraud judgments, stayed lawsuits due to LeClair's $63 Million Bankruptcy filing in NC on June 12th, 2018, California Dept of Insurance fraud accusations etc in July 2015. 


GEA Inc. and its principals are the plaintiffs in a lawsuit, which is stayed due to LeClair's bankruptcy filing, where all of LeClair's defenses against our claims of conversion, voidable conveyance, breach of licensing agreement etc....have been thrown out by a court order in July, 2017.  Said order was appealed by LeClair and his companies and denied by the NC Court of Appeals on May 15th, 2018 a month before his bankruptcy filing.


Please note defendant LeClair has been denied on several separate occasions, in Florida, California and NC state courts and Federal court, injunctions against GEA Inc and its principals. Several times he has failed to appear in court regarding his own complaints.


Jeremy LeClair or Jeremy Wyatt as he now wants to be known professionally was also  denied an appeal by the NC Court of Appeals in May 2018 which upheld a ruling which threw out all of his defenses due to a failure to comply with a court order.  


Mr. LeClair surrendered his NC Insurance license in Nov 2017 in lieu of regulatory action for 25 years and surrendered his NC auction license in January 2017. 

 All of these documents are public records readily available.

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