Hey Ryan – that is terrible. First, I would try and get in touch with the bank, to remove his/her authorities and access to the account. 2nd (sounds stupid) I would get on the phone to your trusted advisor and send him a note. 3rd (thinking about this) I would be looking at my cashflow around what I can pay and when – if I have none, then think about the employees and suppliers – can you negotiate some time with the suppliers ie get a holiday for 60 or 90 days, and then I think you need to be honest with the employees and front up that you have had a situation with money being stolen. Then you need to explore how you can generate some cash to pay your obligations. This does not really help does it. Legally, I would thinking about a note going to your advisor that you expect to be repaid immediately and the position that it has put you in. Any thoughts?