Rules for posting at the John Galt Program for Investigative Studies

We at the John Galt Program for Investigative Studies (JGPIS) thank you for reaching out to us for help.  In order to keep the portal professional in appearance and content, we have developed some simple rules.  If you wish JGPIS to assist you, we ask that you send a one-page explanation of the problem with which you need our assistance.  JGPIS will read the one pager and if we feel that you have a problem we can help with, we will reply to your one-pager within 24 hours.  If we cannot assist, we will also send you an email so that we don’t leave you hanging.  Please make sure your contact information is either on the one-pager or in the email that you send to us.

After accepting the person’s request for assistance, a staff member will schedule a Go-to-Meeting (Webinar) so that the staff at JGPIS can further understand the complaint.  During this meeting, JGPIS will ask the requestor to show any evidence that he/she may possess that validates their accusation(s).   From the testimony of the requestor and the evidence that is submitted, JGPIS will begin to build a common law case for that requestor.  Please know and understand that the staff at JGPIS are not lawyers.  We are solely good citizens attempting to assist a fellow citizen with a problem and have that problem viewed by others on our portal.  All services performed by the staff at JGPIS are Pro-Bono, but we do ask, if it is within the wherewithal of the requestor to make a donation to assist in JGPIS efforts to do so.

The John Galt Program for Investigative Studies is a program offered by the Institute of Complexity Management, a 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization.  Our Taxpayer Identification Number is: 43-2057175.  We do not support any political affiliation and we will assist those who have a problem that we believe we can assist with no matter race, creed or color.

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