October 12, 2010
Ms. Elizabeth M. Murphy, Secretary
Securities and Exchange Commission
100 F Street NE
Washington, DC 20549
Dear Ms. Murphy:
As an officer of a small reporting company which registered two years ago, I am compelled to write you in support of reform to the proxy system currently in place.
I have found my dealings with Broadridge to be unsatisfactory. I was shocked when I found they held a monopoly on basic information we needed to contact our shareholders. It was expensive, time-consuming and cumbersome to work with Broadridge. Furthermore, I found that their methods and processes were out-of-date and they did not have good controls for accurate order fulfillment.
I urge you to enact necessary reforms in the swiftest manner possible to allow small companies like ours to access information about our non-objecting beneficial owners from the service provider of our choice. Only through open market competition can small companies such as ours be protected from predatory pricing practices.
Thank you for considering my view point.
Kendall W. Carpenter, CPA/CMA
Vice President, Finance and Administration and CFO
MacroSolve, Inc / Anyware Mobile Solutions
1717 South Boulder Ave, Suite 700
Tulsa, OK 74119
www.macrosolve.com / www.goanyware.com