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post Jul 16 2014, 12:27 PM
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QUOTE (steelkid @ Jul 16 2014, 10:58 AM) *
American Capitalism at Best. Someone who got lucky and got a huge return on investment. Imagine someone bought 100 IBM shares back in 1960. They probably would be worth htens of thosuans or hndreds of Thousands with Splits and Dividends .Big Gains on Capital.THE AMERICAN DREAM


Lets not forget the banking executives who've ruined literally countless lives because of their greed coupled with their incompetence. How many of those guys went to jail again? Funny stuff.


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post Jul 16 2014, 09:38 PM
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http://www.businessforhome.org/2014/06/zee...or-100-million/

The above article talks about the height of unbridled arrogance and the ultimate in out of control abuse of power. The reason why these attorneys for Zeek did not recognize that there was a ponzi is because they did not see a ponzi because the system was not set up to be a ponzi. If there was clearly a ponzi then the attorneys for Zeek never would have supported Zeek and become involved. Good attorneys do not involve themselves in something that could sully their reputation.

The reason why the opponents of Zeek see a ponzi in Zeek is because if they can claim that there was a ponzi in the payout system of Zeek then they can legally grab more and more money. It is all about the money that they can make and they are not doing this aggressive pursuit of money out of the goodness of their hearts for those who lost in order to make people whole. It is all about the money that the opponents of Zeek can make out of this whole out of control pursuit. They make their money in going after projects like this.

If they would instead contribute to society through some valuable service or something valuable that they can create then perhaps they would have a clear conscience and they could sleep well at night.

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post Jul 16 2014, 09:46 PM
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Please read my previous post first and then read the additional information below:

It does not make any difference morally if a federal judge rubber stamped the opinion of the Zeek opponents anymore than the rubber stamping of the Roe vs. Wade decision made killing unborn life morally right in 1973. Corrupt man does not decide what is right and wrong.

If these opponents of Zeek would instead contribute to society through some valuable service or something valuable that they can create then perhaps they would have a clear conscience and they could sleep well at night.

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post Jul 17 2014, 11:09 AM
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QUOTE (HerculesUnchained @ Jul 16 2014, 10:46 PM) *
Please read my previous post first and then read the additional information below:

It does not make any difference morally if a federal judge rubber stamped the opinion of the Zeek opponents anymore than the rubber stamping of the Roe vs. Wade decision made killing unborn life morally right in 1973. Corrupt man does not decide what is right and wrong.

If these opponents of Zeek would instead contribute to society through some valuable service or something valuable that they can create then perhaps they would have a clear conscience and they could sleep well at night.

Hercules Unchained


I sleep very well with a very clear conscience knowing we assisted in helping shut down one of the largest Ponzi's in the US. Every real company can have a member invest $766 dollars and get back $1.9+ Million Dollars. I'm sure they paid you the same percentage return on your investment dollars as they did for Darryle Douglas, right? If not why not? After all, according to you, Zeek was a real company.



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post Jul 17 2014, 03:54 PM
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QUOTE (HerculesUnchained @ Jul 16 2014, 11:38 PM) *
http://www.businessforhome.org/2014/06/zee...or-100-million/

The above article talks about the height of unbridled arrogance and the ultimate in out of control abuse of power. The reason why these attorneys for Zeek did not recognize that there was a ponzi is because they did not see a ponzi because the system was not set up to be a ponzi. If there was clearly a ponzi then the attorneys for Zeek never would have supported Zeek and become involved. Good attorneys do not involve themselves in something that could sully their reputation.

The reason why the opponents of Zeek see a ponzi in Zeek is because if they can claim that there was a ponzi in the payout system of Zeek then they can legally grab more and more money. It is all about the money that they can make and they are not doing this aggressive pursuit of money out of the goodness of their hearts for those who lost in order to make people whole. It is all about the money that the opponents of Zeek can make out of this whole out of control pursuit. They make their money in going after projects like this.

If they would instead contribute to society through some valuable service or something valuable that they can create then perhaps they would have a clear conscience and they could sleep well at night.

Hercules Unchained


The attorney for Zeek is in deep trouble and will be lucky to not get disbarred. Reading his emails with Dawn, its going to be hard to talk his way out of it. He knew what Zeek was from day 1.

You uderstand the recievers are on a salary? They dont get a % of Zeek left overs.
100,000s were ripped off when it tanked. Its better to get them a % then zero. Most had no idea it was a $ game & to get your $ out ASAP.

This was a ponzi from day one. As testified by the founders. THERE WAS NO SYSTEM 'CEPT A PONZI.
If every member has tried to withdraw instead of compound, it would of last a few months.

I loved Zeek, but to try to pigeonhole it into a broader free market/American Dream discussion is foolish.


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post Jul 17 2014, 07:17 PM
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QUOTE (bpc1234 @ Jul 17 2014, 07:54 PM) *
The attorney for Zeek is in deep trouble and will be lucky to not get disbarred. Reading his emails with Dawn, its going to be hard to talk his way out of it. He knew what Zeek was from day 1.

You uderstand the recievers are on a salary? They dont get a % of Zeek left overs.
100,000s were ripped off when it tanked. Its better to get them a % then zero. Most had no idea it was a $ game & to get your $ out ASAP.

This was a ponzi from day one. As testified by the founders. THERE WAS NO SYSTEM 'CEPT A PONZI.
If every member has tried to withdraw instead of compound, it would of last a few months.

I loved Zeek, but to try to pigeonhole it into a broader free market/American Dream discussion is foolish.


It never tanked though. It was shut down....and please explain what makes the American economy a "non-ponzi". How many times has that tanked again? rolleyes.gif


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post Jul 17 2014, 10:35 PM
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QUOTE (munnymachine @ Jul 17 2014, 09:17 PM) *
It never tanked though. It was shut down....and please explain what makes the American economy a "non-ponzi". How many times has that tanked again? rolleyes.gif


Zeek had started delays in pay and the excuse train was rolling long before it was shut down.
Simpletons use revisionist history to look less crackpottish.

I'll leave the USA Government ponzi talk to a genius like yourself.







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post Jul 18 2014, 02:46 AM
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QUOTE (bpc1234 @ Jul 17 2014, 06:54 PM) *
The attorney for Zeek is in deep trouble and will be lucky to not get disbarred. Reading his emails with Dawn, its going to be hard to talk his way out of it. He knew what Zeek was from day 1.

You uderstand the recievers are on a salary? They dont get a % of Zeek left overs.
100,000s were ripped off when it tanked. Its better to get them a % then zero. Most had no idea it was a $ game & to get your $ out ASAP.

This was a ponzi from day one. As testified by the founders. THERE WAS NO SYSTEM 'CEPT A PONZI.
If every member has tried to withdraw instead of compound, it would of last a few months.

I loved Zeek, but to try to pigeonhole it into a broader free market/American Dream discussion is foolish.



I believe you are wrong about the receiver being a salaried employee. He bills out at around $600/hr (I forget the exact hourly rate, but I do know it is EXORBITANT). A little steep, wouldn't you say? $600/hr from funds that were supposedly "stolen" from the victims. ohmy.gif


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post Jul 18 2014, 10:03 AM
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$600/hr from funds that were supposedly "stolen" from the victims.


$600 an Hour? Sounds like theft to me
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QUOTE (steelkid @ Jul 18 2014, 11:03 AM) *
$600 an Hour? Sounds like theft to me


Not as much as Darryle Douglas making $4,737+ per hour and that was stealing.


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post Jul 18 2014, 09:48 PM
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QUOTE (mmgcjm @ Jul 18 2014, 04:46 AM) *
I believe you are wrong about the receiver being a salaried employee. He bills out at around $600/hr (I forget the exact hourly rate, but I do know it is EXORBITANT). A little steep, wouldn't you say? $600/hr from funds that were supposedly "stolen" from the victims. ohmy.gif

Where is the link to that ?Id like to see it.

If thats the going rate for the top tier securities attorney in charge of $100s of millions, I'm alright with it.
Would you prefer a public defender or a flat fee $500 DWI guy?


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