A motion was filed in the Federal Bankruptcy case filed by Mr. Harold Jeffreys legal team for Alyssa Franklin to turn over a business laptop. Franklin claims that the laptop is her own personal laptop. We are going through our records we found at the Hartselle and Priceville Title Marts while dumpster diving to see if we have a copy of the receipt for such laptop.
Franklin claims that Greg Steenson came to her and asked her if she had the Frazier software on her "personal" laptop yet she didn't question why she should have the software on her personal computer? That is a strange question for Steenson to ask Franklin. We know the dealership provided Alyssa Franklin with a needed laptop to perform her job. We know she had a desk, business cards, and a laptop on her desk during our visits to the Title Mart office in Hartselle and Priceville.
Why would Steenson want the software installed on Franklin's personal equipment and did he consult Jeffreys before having the software installed on a laptop that didn't belong to the company? The next shady question is why did Steenson go to Franklin's house to print information out, and why did Franklin accept that as normal? The software houses sensitive personal information such as the name, address, and social security number of the people purchasing vehicles from the dealership. That is not information a business is normally willing to place on an employees personal laptop.
Franklin certified she witnessed signatures of at least two people for Greg Steenson who did not sign the documents. Why would you certify that you witnessed signatures of specific people when you didn't?
The Frazer software is a car dealer software capable of printing needed forms for the sale of vehicles, manage inventory, accounting and reporting options, the capability of customizing the dealerships unique needs such as vehicle history, valve guides, and marketing according to their website.