This is a copy of the Verified Creditor List in which addresses of non-business creditors (the majority of whom are ex-Hellerites) have been redacted.
I know that this list is a matter of public record and many have commented or emailed that I should post the entire thing since it is public record. But paying money to download it from PACER is very different than being able to Google this information. I do not want to place anyone – shareholder or staff member – in any danger or compromised position by posting this information. I can only assume that unless I email each every person individually that I can’t post information to which they are entitled some level of control.
That being said, I have made my best efforts to redact all personal information and if there are errors please contact me. And the redacting was not easy but, hey, as they say: “Mad secretarial skillz. I haz them.”
As Mr. Sugarman has indicated in his previous email, do not email him with updates to the list. He did indicate that if your mailing address has changed or your email has changed, that you should communicate such information to Carol Budinger (email@example.com).
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On a side note, Mr. Sugarman has stated that the Dissolution Committee will verify the list of creditors against Heller’s “employment records and supplement it as necessary in a later court filing,” but do you really trust anyone on the Dissolution Committee at this point? Or at least trust them to handle a task such as keeping an updated list of employees to whom they owe money because they renegged on promises to pay WARN Act monies, accrued vacation, and more?
And then, as reported by several ex-Hellerites, Mr. Sugarman had the nerve to be rude and condescending in his emails – emails which were polite and civil in tone and merely requested information. Basically if Mr. Sugarman is going to send out email communications under his own e-mail address then he needs to realize that he may – just might – receive replies. That’s how email works Mr. Sugarman in case there was any confusion.
There is no reason to be rude to the very staff that worked for you especially at this time. I highly doubt Mr. Sugarman that you are scrambling for health benefits or looking at a foreclosed mortgage. And if one of your former underlings has the audicity to simply send you information or ask for clarification, I think it is your duty to either provide the information or pass the request on to someone who can assist. Perhaps that isn’t in your duties as a member of the Dissolution Committee but maybe it should be.
Over and out,