I'm happy for you, but my opinion is that there are enough red flags on the website that I would stay away because in my opinion there are better options. For cautious consumers, there are service providers out there which are fully licensed and regulated, and have a provable history. If someone wanted to look up for example Ogier, they can easily go on regulator websites in many (if not all?) jurisdiction where they are active, and find that Ogier is licensed and regulated. They can also find news articles from reputable sources mentioning Ogier. If you go to LinkedIn and look up Ogier, you can find hundreds of people working there and you can look up each and everyone's profile.I told you for what you have put it as if they are deceiving people and do not need to contact them. I just pointed out to you that you shouldn't say that, because, for example, I am their client and everything went well with me. Therefore, without proof, it is not worth saying that I would not work with them or something like that, beacause many clients have positive reviews on them
Can you tell me more about where and how I can independently verify the licensing and regulatory status of Eternity Law and show they have a proven track record?
You're telling people to not share their assessments of a business. Keeping people from openly and freely sharing their thoughts is something I find quite unsettling, Mr. Miller.
Anyone reading this is free to make their mind up about whether they would like to work with Eternity Law.