Storage Battles: When storage units go into default in the ATL…

By Eddie Childs

A flurry of sparks flies, and a padlock is cut loose with a handheld circular saw. The locker’s rolling steel door thunders upward, and the group of bidders collected outside crowds closer, peering hopefully into the darkness. It’s a scene with all the trappings and theatrical value of a syndicated Geraldo Rivera special — except it happens over and over again, and each time, there exists a chance that Al Capone’s vault could be stocked with proverbial gold.

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Protecting Yourself from Bad Business Practices

By Eddie Childs

Like so many other small businesses these days, Cynthia’s company has been struggling. Even worse, the numbers haven’t been adding up lately, and a large amount of money seems to be missing. In fact, she has begun to suspect someone might even be stealing from her, but who? Surely it couldn’t be trusty Angela in accounts payable, could it? The woman is so dedicated to her job that she hasn’t taken a vacation in almost two years! It could all just be a mistake, right?

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