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Lynndel
post Dec 9 2015, 01:38 PM
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This is just the beginning of those who will be charged criminally for their role in Zeek. You can be sure the other "insiders" of Zeek will be next. This is far, far, far, far from being over.

Now it remains to be seen how this criminal charge will play out in the civil case that Trudy has been named in by the Receiver. It sure won't help her and those named with her in the civil trial in their defense Zeek wss legal and was illegally shut down by the authorities. Not to mention her claim that she "worked" for her money and shouldn't have to give it back blather she spouted.


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Lynndel
post Dec 15 2015, 11:21 AM
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And the hits just keep on coming. NxPay (NXSystems) has agreed to pay back $3.5 Million Dollars of the $9 Million Dollars they took in from Zeek. In reaching this deal with the Receiver, NxPay had to acknowledge that the total amount of ill-gotten gains from Zeek was $9 Million Dollars.

Darryle Douglas had an arrest warrant issued for him for failing to appear on December 3 in court in North Carolina. The court had allowed him this extended time to appear, and once again Darryle put his head in the sand and ignored the court order. Of course he has also ignored the Receiver to return over $2 Million Dollars he was paid in Zeek, so the Receiver filed a default judgment against him. This was the purpose of the December 3 hearing before Judge Mullen. The US Marshals Service will arrest him and then he will be extradited back to North Carolina to appear before Judge Mullen. I would not want to be in Darryle's shoes when he appears before Judge Mullen.

Katherine Parker, from Canada, another Zeek winner who is fighting to keep her ill-gotten gains, filed another "Sovereign" response claiming the court did not have jurisdiction over her, and all of her other nonsense. This is the 3rd time she has tried to avoid having to pay back her ill-gotten gains. Ms. Parker is about to get a rude awakening as to just how much authority the court really does have over her.

As I said, this is far, far, far, far from being over.


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post Dec 15 2015, 05:11 PM
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Chalk up another one for the Receiver. He had sued Gerald Nehra and Richard Waak for $100 Million Dollars for their role in Zeek Rewards. A settlement agreement has been reached in which Gerald Nehra and Richard Waak agree to pay $100,000 and admit to a judgment of $100 Million Dollars. They also had to acknowledge that Zeek Rewards/Rex Venture Group in fact operated an unlawful Ponzi and pyramid scheme.

According to the documents submitted with the settlement agreement, the $100,000 represented all of the assets of Nehra & Waak, both in cash and physical assets, literally bankrupting the firm. So much for Gerald Nehra being hailed as the Guru of MLM Attorneys as he was portrayed by Zeek, TelexFree and ASD Cash Generator.




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post Feb 18 2016, 12:14 AM
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Trudy Gilmond is trying the "if I ignore it, it will go away" defense in her case with the SEC. An attorney conference was scheduled for February 1, with the SEC attorneys not being able to reach Trudy on that day. A follow-up attempt to contact Gilmond (right) was made on February 3rd, with SEC attorney John Bowers claiming ‘Gilmond was unable or unwilling to respond regarding the issues presented‘.

As such, the SEC alone filed a proposed trial schedule on February 10th. Judge Mullen signed off on the schedule on February 17th, ordering a five-day trial to kick off on September 11th.

Perhaps in anticipation of Gilmond’s continued non-cooperation, Mullen stressed in his order that: the deadline indicated on the published trial calendar may not be extended for any reason. Failure to comply with this deadline WILL result in sanctions.


Get the feeling the judge is none to happy with her ignoring the courts hearings? I doubt she will even bother to show up for her trial, and then Judge Mullen can toss her sorry rear end in prison for contempt.






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post Mar 3 2016, 06:55 PM
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QUOTE (Lynndel @ Dec 15 2015, 12:21 PM) *
And the hits just keep on coming. NxPay (NXSystems) has agreed to pay back $3.5 Million Dollars of the $9 Million Dollars they took in from Zeek. In reaching this deal with the Receiver, NxPay had to acknowledge that the total amount of ill-gotten gains from Zeek was $9 Million Dollars.

Darryle Douglas had an arrest warrant issued for him for failing to appear on December 3 in court in North Carolina. The court had allowed him this extended time to appear, and once again Darryle put his head in the sand and ignored the court order. Of course he has also ignored the Receiver to return over $2 Million Dollars he was paid in Zeek, so the Receiver filed a default judgment against him. This was the purpose of the December 3 hearing before Judge Mullen. The US Marshals Service will arrest him and then he will be extradited back to North Carolina to appear before Judge Mullen. I would not want to be in Darryle's shoes when he appears before Judge Mullen.

Katherine Parker, from Canada, another Zeek winner who is fighting to keep her ill-gotten gains, filed another "Sovereign" response claiming the court did not have jurisdiction over her, and all of her other nonsense. This is the 3rd time she has tried to avoid having to pay back her ill-gotten gains. Ms. Parker is about to get a rude awakening as to just how much authority the court really does have over her.

As I said, this is far, far, far, far from being over.


Can you tell us what we should do as victims of Auction Addicts from DD? A lot of money was taken in, and no one has answers. We have heard some are calling the receiver. How can
someone continue to scam and get away with it with so much legal trouble already?
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post Mar 10 2016, 01:17 AM
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QUOTE (cardsfan80 @ Mar 3 2016, 06:55 PM) *
Can you tell us what we should do as victims of Auction Addicts from DD? A lot of money was taken in, and no one has answers. We have heard some are calling the receiver. How can
someone continue to scam and get away with it with so much legal trouble already?


You are asking questions that are very difficult to answer. Here's why:

First, the Feds did not shut down AuctionAtticsAddicts. Darryle just ran with the money. So no Receiver will be appointed for AuctionAttics/Addicts. The Receiver in the Zeek case would not have jurisdiction in AuctionAattics/Addicts. All he is able to do is collect the $2+ Million Darryle received in Zeek he was not entitled to keep through the clawback action.

I would recommend that you contact the payment processor and ask for a charge back/refund for failure to receive the products promised that you paid for, if bank wire, get the bank to reverse it if you can. It is you only hope of getting anything back. It will depend on how long ago you sent DD the money.

As for how can he get away with it? Very simple, he has not been charged with anything yet, and people willingly joining AA. In the eyes of the law he did not commit any crime in starting up a new program. If he had been charged in the Zeek case, then all of you would not have joined in the first place. We were warning people not to join this as it was a blatant Ponzi, even more so than Zeek. But as always most people refuse to believe our warnings.

We can only hope that the victims in this will pay attention to our warnings the next time before they rush to join. As I said your only hope is filing a complaint with the payment processor, or asking your bank to reverse the wire if you paid through a wire transfer. I hope as many as possible can file a complaint and get as much money back as possible. I see this as your only hope of ever getting anything back.

The only good news is that DD was apprehended by the Riverside County Sheriff's office and is now in custody waiting to be returned to North Carolina to appear before the judge to answer to his refusal to appear in his two previous court dates. This is just the beginning of his legal problems.


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post Mar 10 2016, 09:55 AM
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I should have added if you paid by credit card do a charge back as well. But no matter if bank wire, credit card, payment processor, you need to file a charge back/wire reversal IMMEDIATELY.


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