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jinny1985
post Mar 5 2015, 09:35 AM
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QUOTE (Lynndel @ Mar 5 2015, 12:36 AM) *
For now, these 2 checks are all you will receive. The Receiver still has lawsuits for the winners in Australia, New Zealand, British Virgin Islands, Canada and the Class Action lawsuit against the 9,000+ winners from the U.S before any more payments can be made.

You need to be watching the Receivers website to keep up with the next round of payments, but I am sure it will be quite some time before that happens. Remember, you are not going to get 100% of your investment in Zeek back. At this time it is unclear just how much you will get back, but estimates are between 70-85%.

Hope this helped answer your question.


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Lynndel
post Mar 5 2015, 05:46 PM
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The latest group to be sued by the Receiver:

The UK residents believed to be "Net Winners":

12. Shaun Smith is, upon information and belief, a resident of Bridgnorth, United Kingdom. Smith is a former ZeekRewards “affiliate” and was a “net winner” of $262,900.31 under one or more usernames, including “topincometeam.”

13. Peter William Bennett is, upon information and belief, a resident of Wokingham, United Kingdom. Bennett is a former ZeekRewards “affiliate” and was a “net winner” of $257,573.30 under one or more usernames, including “orchard.”

14. Mark Anthony Ferrie is, upon information and belief, a resident of Abergavenny, United Kingdom. Ferrie is a former ZeekRewards “affiliate” and was a “net winner” of $212,072.60 under one or more usernames, including “maferrie.”

15. Gary Bryan Morris is, upon information and belief, a resident of Abergavenny, United Kingdom. Morris is a former ZeekRewards “affiliate” and was a “net winner” of $342,405.01 under one or more usernames, including “everychance.”

16. Kalpesh Patel is, upon information and belief, a resident of Newham, London, United Kingdom. Patel is a former ZeekRewards “affiliate” and was a “net winner” of $140,842.47 under one or more usernames, including “international.”

17. Parvis Parvizi is, upon information and belief, a resident of Macclesfield, United Kingdom. Parvizi is a former ZeekRewards “affiliate” and was a “net winner” of $90,518.83 under one or more usernames, including “globalpartners.”

18. Cathal Lambe is, upon information and belief, a resident of Omagh, United Kingdom. Lambe is a former ZeekRewards “affiliate” and was a “net winner” of $90,311.21 under one or more usernames, including “luckoftheirish.”

19. Adrian John Hibbert is, upon information and belief, a resident of Sully, United Kingdom. Hibbert is a former ZeekRewards “affiliate” and was a “net winner” of $82,103.51 under one or more usernames, including “ade.”

20. John Noakes is, upon information and belief, a resident of Croydon, London, United Kingdon. Noakes is a former ZeekRewards “affiliate” and was a “net winner” of $59,850.62 under one or more usernames, including “syfgroup.”




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post Mar 13 2015, 11:38 PM
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QUOTE (sawan399 @ Mar 10 2015, 08:46 AM) *
Dear Salam apne ye check kaha cash karwayee hia muje be check mila hia lekin abi tak cach nahi kya hia main please thora help karo please

walikum sallam yaar kab ka mila howa hai apko cheque ? iski date hotee hai mujay pehla cheque october 2014 mey mila tha and iskay hisab sey agar hisab lagaya jaya to apka cheque expire ho gaya hoga 6 month date hotee hai cheque and agar apko baad mey mila hai abhi agar apkay pass time hai to HBL mey account open kervao onko kaho USD account open kerna hai PKR Currency account nahi open kerna and jab USD account open ho jayga then osmay cheque deposite ker dayna 40 days mey cash ho jayga

bank account ap Standard charted mey bhi open kerva saktay but onkay nakhray zayada hain is liya ma standard charted nahi gaya apko jo bank suit kerta hai in dono mey sey osmay open karva lo USD account by the way ap konsay city sey ho ?

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post Mar 16 2015, 10:44 AM
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Paul Burks is back in court today on his criminal charges.

Here is the newspaper article providing this information as well as an interview with Kenneth Bell the Receiver:

http://www.journalnow.com/business/busines...fe70cd219a.html

Now the only question is who's next for criminal charges?


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post Mar 16 2015, 01:12 PM
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Well, Paul was scheduled to be back in court today, but it has been postponed again. Here's the article detailing today's events:

http://www.journalnow.com/business/busines...b41890a2d5.html


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post Mar 18 2015, 05:08 PM
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Robert Craddock of Zeek and Fun Club fame, who conned members of Zeek to send him money to obtain a lawyer to sue the pants off the Zeek Receiver and disappeared with the money, was going to get Zeek back in business as he could prove it was not a Ponzi. The same Robert Craddock who tried to intimidate and shut down all those who were exposing Zeek for the Ponzi it was, and who wrote a book about his Ponzi exploits was indicted for wire fraud.

Seems when the Deepwater Horizon rig explosion back in 2010, BP set up a fund to compensate victims of the subsequent oil spill, one of the first in line was Robert Craddock who put in a claim for $135,153, which was allegedly "lost earnings" purportedly related to the impact of the oil spill on his businesses. Only one problem. His invoices were fake. His businesses: 695online and its sister companies, Direct Pop.net Corp. and Mail-Block.com Corp. operated out of an office in Port Orange, Florida. For those of who don't know, Port Orange is on the Atlantic side of Florida not the Gulf. The reason for the federal indictment was for the submission of these fake invoices.

He turned himself in to Federal Marshals and was released on $25,000 bail until his hearing on March 26. Not only is he facing having to pay back the $135,000 but could also receive up to a maximum 20-year prison sentence if convicted. In January he bought a house with an airplane hangar that backs up to the runway at the Spruce Creek Fly-In Park.

Anyone interested in buying an airplane? I think I know of one that will soon be up for sale.


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