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Sep 6, 2016 1:57 EST

First Orion d/b/a PrivacyStar is dedicated to providing privacy, preference and protection to all phone users in the world.

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First Orion d/b/a PrivacyStar

Conway, AR 72032, US
Communications Services – General
www.privacystar.com

PrivacyStar is dedicated to providing privacy, preference and protection to all phone users in the world. PrivacyStar allows users to block unwanted callers (i.e. telemarketers, debt collectors, ex-spouses, etc.), Caller ID (PrivacyStar tells you who is calling when the phone rings on mobile phones), perform Caller look-up after a call is received (PrivacyStar tells you who called), file complaints directly with the Federal Trade Commission for potential Do Not Call and Debt Collection practices, block entire groups of numbers such as all 888 numbers, be protected from the most blocked # as determined by over 600,000 users and also a Do Not Disturb Feature which allows customized text messages to be sent to callers when users are unavailable. PrivacyStar is available on Android and Blackberry smartphones and soon on VOIP platforms.

Products / Services

PrivacyStar

PrivacyStar is the ultimate privacy application that gives phone users the ability to control who can call them, report violations of DNC and FDCPA laws, caller ID and many other features giving the user complete control of their phone.

 

Management

Chief Executive Officer
Jefferson Stalnaker

Mr. Stalnaker graduated from the University of Central Arkansas in 1987 with a BBA-accounting. He passed the CPA exam and worked in public accounting in Little Rock, AR for several years. Mr. Stalnaker accepted a position with the Arkansas Public Service Commission as an auditor, performing audits on utility providers, ensuring compliance of rates and prudence issues, including accounting. This included telecommunications providers. Mr. Stalnaker accepted a position with Acxiom Corporation (ACXM: NASDAQ) in 1996 as a financial analyst. He was promoted to Chief Financial Officer in 2001 and then assumed the Division President role for the financial services vertical that represented over $400 million in revenue and consisted of over 1,200 associates.

Chief Technology Officer
Joshua Smith

Mr. Smith is a seasoned veteran in developing, implementing and managing very large complex databases. He served his country in the Navy for 6 years being deployed in Desert Storm. Mr. Smith was classified as a “high” security for various clearance requirements while serving in the Navy. Mr. Smith accepted a position with Acxiom (ACXM: NASDAQ) as a senior software developer and led the development of one of the largest marketing database solutions used by Chase Bank. He has led numerous development initiatives involving over several hundred associates which resulted in significant financial success for Acxiom and his customers.

Executive Vice President Business Development
James T. Womble

Mr. Womble graduated from the University of Arkansas with a degree in Civil Engineering. Mr. Womble started his career with IBM and in 1973 accepted a position with Acxiom (ACXM: NASDAQ) as a software engineer. Mr. Womble is credited as a founder of Acxiom, building/transitioning a very small company into a billion dollar, a leading marketing services provider in the world. He led the Financial Services Division from less $3 million in revenue to over $450 million in less than 7 years. He served as a member of the Board of Directors for Acxiom for over 20 years.

Summary

Prior Year Revenue Current Year Revenue Next Year Revenue

 

Company Age Employees Sub-Industry
9 years, 1 month 35 Other Communications Services

 

Company Type Stock Exchange Stock Symbol
Privately-Held
Contact Information:

Jefferson Stalnaker

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