Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 07, 2012
JT Foxx is taking aim against extortion and attorney harassment to help entrepreneurs and small business owners fight against litigious individuals who file “quick hit lawsuits” to coerce settlements to avoid embarrassment or bad press from false accusations.
JT Foxx has launched a large online campaign to raise awareness of these vital issues where clients can actually read real reviews from satisfied clients who don’t normally go online to post reviews. At all live events, JT Foxx will be teaching entrepreneurs exactly how to protect their brand through effective marketing and strategic thinking, denouncing those who abuse the legal system.
Extortion and contingency attorney harassment is vastly becoming one of the biggest threats to small business in this country. As JT Foxx explains, “Nothing is worse than getting extorted when you’re not guilty. Rather than building wealth on their own, there are people out there who want to achieve their riches by taking it away from other people.”
JT Foxx is the syndicated weekend radio personality of the “J.T. Foxx Show” in the U.S. and Canada. His radio program features celebrity guests as Senator John McCain, Rudy Giuliani, Gene Simmons, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Trump, George Ross, Kevin O’Leary, Newt Gingrich and Dennis Hastert, Governor Pataki and celebrated authors like Robert Kiyosaki, Jack Canfield, and David Bach.
JT Foxx started investing with nothing more than a rusted out Ford pick-up truck, $974 dollars and 1 cheap suit. Now just 6 years later, he has acquired and sold over 500 properties, closed over $40 million in real estate deals. He is a serial entrepreneur and started several multi-million dollar companies all over the world, became one the most sought after motivational speakers and recognized as one of the top wealth coaches in the world all by mastering the Art of partnering, branding, networking, and marketing. To find out more about JT Foxx and his stance against frivolous lawsuits, visit http://www.twitter.com/JTFoxx