Read your letter with interest. Would characterise your assessment of Zeemax International as pretty much on the mark. Having had business dealings here in the UK with Zeemax International, I'm able to shed some light on to how this company conducts its business. After losing a lawsuit here in the UK, Zeemax International liquidated the company, and re-opened as Zeemax International Design Ltd. Why do this? Quite simple really. Zeemax Internationally basically closed the company, (listed as having virtually no assets /property) which in turn meant that all the people owed money by Zeemax were unable to collect. Under English Law they were able to slightly change the name, re-opening as Zeemax International Design Ltd, leaving behind a whole bunch of people who were all owed money as well as the money owed from the law suit which they lost. If you look around the UK you will find that they have very little in the way of a dealer network. This is largely due to the manner in which they conduct their business. A lawsuit against this company is pretty much useless as they will simply fold the company and move on. If you wish to verify this information simply go to www.companieshouse.gov.uk Click on 'company information', 'Company details' and search for Zeemax International Ltd. Case no 02882299 shows that the company liquidated on 06-09-2000 as indicated by the 'L' beside their name. Hope this info saves someone from future losses with this company. Cheers .