The news, broken exclusively on this blog, that Mark Noss had been making monthly payments to Steven Ingersoll and Ingersoll-controlled entities between April 2014-March 2016 eventually made it to local media.
However, although Noss attempted to explain away the cash gusher as payment for "intellectual property and consulting services", you have to wonder if the "financial and management experience" Noss boasted about in April 2014 wasn't really as impressive as he'd claimed. Stated as a percentage of Full Spectrum Management's $70,456.95 monthly fee, the results are stunning.
Bled dry, squeezed, or gouged...almost sounds like organized crime.
Or, in this case, disorganized crime!