October 26, 2009 09:15 ET

SPOOFEM.COM Appoints New Interim President & CEO, Ericka Holman

World's Largest Caller ID Spoofing Service, SPOOFEM.COM, Announces New Interim President & CEO, Ericka Holman

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - October 26, 2009) - CEO of LIGATT Security International and creator of SPOOFEM.COM (PINKSHEETS: SPOF), Gregory Evans, announced today that SPOOFEM.COM has appointed Ericka Holman Interim President, effective October 26, 2009. Holman will oversee all aspects of SPOOFEM.COM's operations as well as its technology function. With over 14 years of corporate and military experience, Holman has built a solid reputation for helping companies of all sizes increase revenue, visibility and create a competitive advantage.

"We are delighted to welcome Ericka to our executive team," says Evans. "Ericka has demonstrated strong financial leadership and an operational focus throughout her career, and we believe she will be a valuable asset in building upon our financial strength and operational efficiency across the organization to support our objective of generating long-term profitable growth."

Lakesha Wilson resigned as President and CEO of LIGATT Security International to become the Interim President and CEO of SPOOFEM.COM, until a more than suitable President and CEO could be found. As President of SPOOFEM.COM, Holman will be responsible for the development of strategic business units, global sales initiatives and the overall growth of the company. Holman will be responsible for the day-to-day operation and improvement of the systems that create and deliver SPOOFEM.COM's products and services. While working closely with leaders across all divisions to align teams with SPOOFEM.COM's overall business strategy, Holman will drive the fiscal and sales agenda to deliver performance benefiting clients and investors alike. Holman will become the official President and CEO in 90 days.

Prior to joining SPOOFEM.COM, Holman was a Contract Portfolio Manager for the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, where she managed oversight responsibility for a product category, directly effecting Medical Surgical and Research Departments. Holman developed comprehensive portfolios, contracts and agreements to meet business needs for clinical practice, research and education. Collectively, as a contract portfolio manager, Holman managed and supported an annual consolidation sum in excess of $1 billion.

"I am excited to join SPOOFEM.COM, which is uniquely positioned in the expanding caller-id spoofing industry. I look forward to being an integral part of the SPOOFEM.COM team, working together to leverage our strong financial position, maintain our standing in the caller-id spoofing industry, wisely manage costs and continue to seek growth opportunities," says Holman.

SPOOFEM.COM's core service is caller ID spoofing, which allows users to call any number and have any 10 digit telephone number show up in the recipient's caller ID. SPOOFEM.COM began as a premier caller id spoofing service, but has now expanded with a successful spy shop and popular entertainment blog. Although it's most frequently used for caller ID spoofing, FBI and law enforcement officials across the nation utilize SPOOFEM.COM services to aid in the search for fugitives and criminals. SPOOFEM.COM is also used by women in shelters nationwide who are often plagued by the fear of being located by an outside boyfriend or mate.

For more information regarding SPOOFEM.COM's new Interim President and CEO, Ericka Holman, and for additional information about SPOOFEM.COM, visit

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