FICO G.O.A.T. David Howe to NBA G.O.A.T. LeBron James: Our Children Need Your Help and Advocacy

David Howe, SubscriberWise founder and the world’s highest achieving
credit scoring consumer since the invention of computing, asks NBA’s
greatest-ever player LeBron James to join the effort to protect children
from identity theft

MASSILLON, Ohio–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#Cavaliers–SubscriberWise®, the nation’s largest issuing consumer reporting agency
for the communications industry and the leading protector of children
victimized by identity fraud, confirmed today that the company founder
had a conversation with the LeBron James Family Foundation on behalf of
all children victimized by identity fraud, past and present.

“Today I had a very engaging discussion with a representative at the
LeBron James Family Foundation,” acknowledged David Howe, president of
SubscriberWise. “We talked about Mr. James and his philanthropy. We
talked about Mr. James’ commitment to the people of Ohio and the nation.
We talked about child identity fraud and its very serious consequences.
We also talked about Mr. James’ advocacy for this cause. I respectfully
asked Mr. James to join SubscriberWise’s effort to protect our nation’s
children – including Mr. James’ own kids. At the request of Mr. James’
foundation, I provided the following statement and information:”

Dear Brenan: Thank you for taking my call today and expressing your
genuine concerns about the serious issue of child identity theft. I
really do appreciate the time and conversation!

At your request, I’d like to provide you with my contact information,
including the published news that we discussed, for Mr. James to
consider. I also want to reiterate my invitation for Mr. James to visit
our offices in Massillon, OH, to have a first-hand demonstration of
child identity theft and to understand our most diligent efforts to
protect children across the nation.

We’re actually in close proximity to Mr. James’ home area. If it’s more
convenient, it would be my pleasure to arrange transportation to our
office. It would even be my pleasure to personally pick up Mr. James and
return him after the meeting.

SubscriberWise (
is the nation’s largest issuing consumer reporting agency for the
telecommunications industry. We’re also the leading protector of
children victimized by identity theft nationwide. Our goal is to
accomplish a legislative change at the federal level to mitigate child
identity theft through technology and education. And it’s critically
important that Mr. James understand that even his own children are at
risk of victimization because of the failure of lawmakers to address
this problem.

Frankly Brenan, we need the help and advocacy of LeBron James to solve
this problem once and for all. Please be sure Mr. James hears this plea!

SubscriberWise (located at Massillon Cable TV (
– MCTV):

814 Cable Ct NW
Massillon, OH 44647
330-880-4848 x137

Below are the links that I’d like your organization and Mr. James to
review and carefully consider:

Thank you again. I look forward to the possibility of working with Mr.
LeBron James.


David Howe
330-880-4848 x137

P.S. I know hardly anything about basketball and sports in general. I’m
definitely no world-class athlete like Mr. James and I was never good at
basketball either. However, I’m willing to play a game with Mr. James if
he’s interested or insists on a friendly match to ensure the meeting.

“Mr. James is not only among the greatest athletes the world has ever
known, he’s also a businessman, philanthropist, Ohioan, and neighbor,”
stated Howe. “Most importantly, he’s a father. And tragically – like
children everywhere in this nation – Mr. James’ children are also at
risk of identity fraud since Congress has been asleep at the wheel.
Today I asked Mr. James to help me solve this problem once and for all.

“Yes, I’m convinced that if Mr. James invests just 1 percent of the
energy he devoted for the people of Ohio and the Cleveland Cavaliers,
then children everywhere can finally breathe a sigh of relief. The cycle
of victimization and suffering-in-silence can finally be a tragedy of
the past,” concluded Howe.


David Howe, 330-880-4848 x137