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Mr. Richard V. Snow

Owner and President

Maine State Library

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Maine State Library

64 State House Station

Augusta, Maine 04333

United States

Company Description

MAINE ELEVATOR SPECIALIST, INC. are elevator contractors in Windham, Maine, that provide elevator maintenance, modernization, repair, and installation services. We pride ourselves on personal and professional service for each and every customer. Incorpo ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President

Portland Regional Chamber

Candidate for House District 47

Maine Legislature

Director, Bureau of Labor Standards

State of Maine Department of Labor

Club President

Portland Rotary

Associate Vice President

Morgan Stanley & Co.

Affiliations

Board Member
Maine Tourism Association

Tactical Advisor
Royal Saudi Navy

Financial Associate
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc

Education

Greely High

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A phishing scam slammed entrepreneur ...

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A phishing scam slammed entrepreneur Rick Snow, who testified before Congress last week. Snow is the owner of Maine Indoor Karting, a go-cart racing business in Scarborough, Maine ."When I started my business, I had the naïve expectation that I would be able to follow my passion and race go-karts with the help of my wife and a few close friends," testified Snow. "Phishing can happen to anyone, phishing attacks are meant to scare you and make you act without thinking, given the right circumstances, anyone can be lured by them. I am certainly no exception."

"I logged into our bank accounts, and to my utter horror, I found that my balance was zero," explained Snow. "This was a pay day, and I was terrified that the paychecks that were issued that day would not clear. We were supporting a number of families, many of which live paycheck-to-paycheck and could not have made it without the paycheck we issued them that day. I was also very worried about our business' reputation since a restaurant nearby had just bounced their paychecks and the company never recovered from the bad publicity they received from not making their payroll."
Snow then asked the Small Business Committee: "If the federal government cannot protect its networks and data from cyber-attacks with almost unlimited resources at its disposal, how can we expect America's small businesses to do so?


Board of Directors | Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce | Portland, ME 04101 - Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce

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Past President: Rick Snow, Maine Indoor Karting


HBL Insurance Agency

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A phishing scam slammed entrepreneur Rick Snow, who testified before Congress last week. Snow is the owner of Maine Indoor Karting, a go-cart racing business in Scarborough, Maine .“When I started my business, I had the naïve expectation that I would be able to follow my passion and race go-karts with the help of my wife and a few close friends,� testified Snow. “Phishing can happen to anyone, phishing attacks are meant to scare you and make you act without thinking, given the right circumstances, anyone can be lured by them.

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Snow then asked the Small Business Committee: “If the federal government cannot protect its networks and data from cyber-attacks with almost unlimited resources at its disposal, how can we expect America’s small businesses to do so?� Kevin Dunn, technical vice president for NCC Group Security Services, also testified that cyber-attacks on small businesses can lead to cyberhacks into government.


Franchise Benefit Solutions | Healthcare Reform

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Rick Snow, owner of Maine Indoor Karting, bumped up the annual employee deductible for his company's health plan three times since its inception in 2003, to $9,000 for family coverage (selected by two of his 18 employees) and to $4,500 for individual worker coverage, which none of his employees selected.

He did so, he says, because premiums were rising and he thought it was important to keep his employees' monthly contributions from reaching a level they couldn't afford. He pays most employees less than $15 an hour and hasn't been able to give many raises recently due to weak sales. He consulted with his workers before moving to a high deductible plan, he adds: "The general consensus was that it would be better to keep the premium amount lower because they didn't think they would get sick enough to hit that deductible."
Eventually, Mr. Snow concluded that the extremely high deductible plan was still too costlyâ€"and of little value to anyone except those who might suffer a catastrophic illness or injury.


Rick Snow, owner of ...

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Rick Snow, owner of Maine Indoor Karting, bumped up the annual employee deductible for his company's health plan three times since its inception in 2003, to $9,000 for family coverage (selected by two of his 18 employees) and to $4,500 for individual worker coverage, which none of his employees selected.

He did so, he says, because premiums were rising and he thought it was important to keep his employees' monthly contributions from reaching a level they couldn't afford. He pays most employees less than $15 an hour and hasn't been able to give many raises recently due to weak sales. He consulted with his workers before moving to a high deductible plan, he adds: "The general consensus was that it would be better to keep the premium amount lower because they didn't think they would get sick enough to hit that deductible."
Eventually, Mr. Snow concluded that the extremely high deductible plan was still too costlyâ€"and of little value to anyone except those who might suffer a catastrophic illness or injury.

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