Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 13, 2013
The leading cell tower lease company in Georgia, Com-Serve is now warning Churches and other Non-Profit Organizations to steer far away of those companies approaching them as a so-called “Goodwill Ambassador”, by trying to help out in their organization. This is a frequent occurrence, and is an immediate “Red Flag”. The opposite is really the truth- a bad will ambassador attempting to take advantage of a Church or a Non-Profit.
David Espinosa, owner of Com-Serve (a Cell phone tower lease company) explains that with the explosion in the use of Cell Phones, Wireless Carriers are seeking out all alternatives to provide coverage. Churches, Synagogues, Schools and other Non-Profit Organizations offer a great solution. These types of organizations are usually looking for additional revenues, and in steps the predators.
Com-Serve reports that the Cell Phone Companies can avoid costly zoning hearings and neighborhood upheavals, by locating their cell sites and cell antennas in existing church steeples. Com-Serve has assisted many non-profit organizations in the past, and understands the workings of boards and trustees. David Espinosa, owner of Com-Serve, has earned their respect for his ability to guide the organization through the complex process, and deliver optimal results.
Espinosa explains that it would be a huge mistake to attempt to become a self-appointed representative of a Church or other Non-Profit, and sit-down and negotiate with a Cell Phone Carrier. Anything that becomes a contract will be set in stone, and affect the revenues of the organization for decades. A firm like Com-Serve has consistently proven the ability to raise revenues just by being present, let alone level a barrage of tactics to increase the revenues, and limit the risks to the organization.
Having reviewed over 1,000 Cell Tower Agreements has given Com-Serve a unique insight into the fine details of these documents. The companies that promise a “Win-Win” Situation, usually have no such intentions. It is like a wolf in sheep’s clothing, and this is why Com-Serve should be called-in at the beginning of any such discussions within the Religious Organization or other Non-Profit Organization.
Com-Serve was founded in 1997 after the passing of the Telecommunications Act of 1996. Its main purpose was to assist clients nationwide in negotiating more fruitful contracts with all major cell phone carriers. Com-Serve has been successful in increasing revenues, and protecting landowners from signing agreements that restrict their rights. Even those people who have already signed contracts can benefit from a no-cost consultation. David Espinosa is an expert in all phases of Cell Tower lease negotiations.