Nope, sorry, the original post/thread was deleted by the moderators. It was the most entertaining thread of the season. The Lhcf detectives were out in full effect. Some other boards have almost equally as entertaining threads as the 1st and have not erased theirs. I thought I was over the topic too, but, um, where's the popcorn.OOOOH!!! Ima catch this one from the beginning! I haven't even read the OP yet!
I no I no why you gotta come up in the thread with popcorn stfu and carry on lol
MHM... SourceTo answer this question, it is important to understand what a fictitious name is and how it is used. Simply put, a fictitious business name is one that does not use the business owner’s name. Corporations are generally exempt, as are businesses that use the individual proprietor's own name. If you are doing business as (d/b/a), John Doe or Widgets Incorporated, then you don’t need a fictitious name. However, American Widget Partnership run by John Doe will need to comply with fictitious business name rules.
Filing a Fictitious Business Name Statement
Complying with these rules includes filing a fictitious business name statement. This filing is required by law in order to connect the name of a business to the business owner. This protects consumers because it allows them to get information about the owner of a company if they have consumer problems or need to file a lawsuit. Depending on your state law, most businesses that operate under a fictitious name are required to complete a fictitious business name statement, publish the statement in a newspaper of general circulation, and then record this information with the county recorder where the business is located.
Filing is also required to open a business checking bank account in the name of the business. Banks will generally not open a business account without your filed copy of your DBA registration certificate. Note that some banks may also ask you for your business license.
For the business owner, it allows the person to set up a single entity to operate multiple businesses without creating a new entity for each or undergoing the expense of forming a corporation. For example, you can sell your widgets in a brick and mortar location and have a sales website using the same fictitious name.
nikole crowe is moptopmaven. a few weeks ago someone received an order confirmation from enso, but the email said it was sent by nikole crowe. ppl dug up a bunch of other evidence that pointed to her being the owner. enso threatened to sue the person who got the email/made the thread (on naturallycurly), mtm reappeared on twitter and said that she wasnt the owner of enso. all the threads were locked, and the one on lhcf was poofed i believe. that's the cliffnote version lol. you can probably find the thread on nc if you search.I have no idea what this is about. Who is Nikole and why is this a GATE?
Yeah...I try to sympathize with people but um...she saw all the drama and STILL ordered because she ASSUMED they'd be professional?someone else hasnt received their order...
and lmao at whoever dayna is