Beware of Joseph Esephan. He e-mailed me out of the blue. I asked him where he saw my script and he mentioned a website to which I had never been. But I thought since he knew the name of script, he must have seen it somewhere, so what did that prove? Well, then he calls me (during weird, non-business hours) and asked if I was all ready to send my script with the $20 fee (he sort of skimmed through that part). I said, "Wait, hold up, back the truck up... What fee?" He said they have to charge a fee to pay their offices, blah, blah, blah. I said "Well, I'm not gonna pay any fee." He said, "Well, okay, good luck with your script and in the future..." I hung up on him in mid-sentence. In retrospect, I wished I had cussed him out and I still may via e-mail. Anyway, this guy's website is called screenwritersale.com and he claims to have connections to the Christian writing commnunity, to represent several writers on major TV shows, and to have been a WGA signatory for 14 years. Well, as we all know, agents that charge reading fees are not allowed to be WGA signatories. So, my next step is to call WGA, although I'm not sure if he really is on the WGA list or he just lied about that. Just a heads up. Definitely a scam artist.