Zeek Rewards News: FAQ Surrounding The Subpoenas Sent By Receiver Kenneth Bell

Lat week Kenneth Bell the Receiver for Rex Venture Group, LLC aka Zeek Rewards issues 1200 subpoenas. Since then there has been all types of half truths, propaganda and down right lies swarming around the net on what former Zeek Rewards affiliates should do if they receive one of the voluntary subpoena packets. One group has even propagated that the Receiver acted above his authority so affiliates do not need to respond. And several people have been told the subpoenas were served illegally and are not valid. Well here is the most current info from the Receiver.

Kenneth D Bell

Subpoena FAQ

  1. Why have I received a subpoena for documents?
  2. What if I have “profits,” “commissions,” or “winnings” from ZeekRewards but have not received a subpoena?
  3. Do I need to hire an attorney to respond to the subpoena?
  4. Should I send the originals or copies of the documents requested? Where do I send the documents?
  5. Do I have to send you all the documents requested? What if I don’t have all the documents you have requested?
  6. Do I have to send you electronic documents and communications? How should I send electronic documents / communications?
  7. What if I believe the amount of my “winnings” stated in the cover letter to my subpoena is not accurate?
  8. What if I need more time to provide all the documents requested?
  9. What if I want to reach an agreement with the Receiver on the amount of my winnings and pay that amount back to the Receiver without having to go through the legal process?
  1. Why have I received a subpoena for documents?The ZeekRewards Receiver has been authorized by the Court to recover money and pursue claims for the company. You are receiving this subpoena because you have been identified as an “affiliate,” participant, agent or employee in the ZeekRewards operation who may have received significantly more money from ZeekRewards than you put into the operation. The so-called “profits,” “commissions,” or “winnings” that you received were really just money put in by the victims of the Ponzi and pyramid schemes described in the Securities and Exchange Commission Complaint. The subpoena you received is the legally authorized means for the Receiver to gather information from you in connection with the legal process to recover your “profits,” “commissions,” and “winnings” to compensate victims.


  2. What if I have “profits,” “commissions,” or “winnings” from ZeekRewards but have not received a subpoena?The Receiver’s goal is to recover all victim money won by all participants. The first group of subpoenas has been sent to those who the Receiver currently believes may have won the most money. Additional subpoenas will be sent to many others in the future. If you had “profits,” “commissions,” or “winnings” from ZeekRewards and would like to avoid a subpoena by reaching agreement on repaying money to the company see FAQ # 9 below.


  3. Do I need to hire an attorney to respond to the subpoena?The decision whether or not to hire an attorney is entirely up to you. The subpoena asks you to produce documents which the Receiver intends to use in seeking the recovery of money from you if you received more money from ZeekRewards than you put in. You are welcome to use an attorney to assist you in responding to the subpoena, but you are not required to do so.


  4. Should I send the originals or copies of the documents requested? Where do I send the documents?You should be careful to retain all originals of requested documents and not destroy or delete any documents or information requested (or any documents or information related to ZeekRewards). You should send copies of the requested documents to the Receiver and retain the originals so that they are available to be reviewed at a later time. All responses and documents should be sent to:

    McGuireWoods, LLP
    ZeekRewards Subpoena Response
    P. O. Box 31247
    Charlotte, NC 28231


  5. Do I have to send you all the documents requested? What if I don’t have all the documents you have requested?Yes, you are required to fully respond to the subpoena. If you do not have possession, custody or control of any of the documents requested simply say so in responding to the subpoena. However, you are required to make a full reasonable effort to locate all documents requested, including electronic documents and email. If you have special circumstances that prevent you from providing the documents requested, please send an email to zeeksubpoena@mcguirewoods.com explaining your situation.


  6. Do I have to send you electronic documents and communications? How should I send electronic documents / communications?Yes, you are required to produce the documents and communications requested whether they are in written form or kept electronically, including email and electronic documents. You should send emails and electronic documents preferably in a storage disc or device that contains with the data in native format (for example, .pst or .msg for emails or .doc for Word documents). If, however, you cannot send the electronic information on a disc you should still print it out and send a hard copy. In all cases, you should keep the original electronic copy and not delete or destroy any information. We are sorry but will not be able to return electronic media to you.


  7. What if I believe the amount of my “winnings” stated in the cover letter to my subpoena is not accurate?If you do not believe that the stated amount of your “winnings” is accurate, you should tell the Receiver what you believe to be the correct amount when you respond to the subpoena and provide all the documentation that supports your calculation.


  8. What if I need more time to provide all the documents requested?We ask that you provide as many of the requested documents as you can on or before the due date on the subpoena. If there are particular circumstances that cause you to need additional time to fully respond to the subpoena please send an email to zeeksubpoena@mcguirewoods.com explaining your situation, and we will try to accommodate requests for short extensions of time to finalize your response.


  9. What if I want to reach an agreement with the Receiver on the amount of my winnings and pay that amount back to the Receiver without having to go through the legal process?The duty and goal of the Receiver, as directed by the Court, is to seize all recoverable assets and distribute them to victims as quickly, fully and fairly as possible. The Receiver believes that it is in everyone’s best interests to arrange by agreement for the “winners” to return their “profits” without the necessity of lengthy and expensive legal action. If you would like to discuss reaching an agreement on returning “winnings” (the victims’ money) to the company, send an email tozeeksettlement@mcguirewoods.com, and the Receiver will communicate with you about how to reach a prompt settlement.

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24 thoughts on “Zeek Rewards News: FAQ Surrounding The Subpoenas Sent By Receiver Kenneth Bell”

  1. @Edward,

    Let me correct you… “I was one of, if not the BIGGEST advocate that the corporate staff at Rex Venture Group, wanted to run a legit business and was working in that direction.”

    That is far different than “advocating they were legitimate.” Think about it for a second. For months all I talked about was the fact they were moving in the right direction. I never stated EVER that they had arrived. Had the qualifications and changes to the compensation plan been allowed to take effect on August 22nd at the Red Carpet Day, I do believe, they would have eliminated the “Unregistered Security issue” The “Pyramid issue”, and possibly “the Ponxi issue.”

    However, I do think that if all the changes had been allowed, that the NC DOJ would still have leveled a civil fine for the 18 months the company would have been out of compliance. And I would guess that the SEC would have also sought some form of civil penalty also.

    Now to the victim issue and the closure. First we need to remember, Rex Venture Group, LLC. close voluntarily. Greg Caldwell sent the employees home, and changed the locks on the door. No feds from the Secret Service, FBI or the SEC were there. The next day, after Paul Burks delivered the signed consent, did the SEC step foot inside of Rex Venture Group.

    Based on those facts, and what we read in the consent, Paul Burks after reading through the complaint, talking with his legal team, did not deny any of the allegations raised in the complaint. And based on the complaint, the company had $235 million dollars in their possession. And although that figure was low, the fact that the company was paying out on the low side $160 million per month in commissions and other expenditures, and were still not able to get all the funds deposited due to the extra hoops that they were having to jump through to continue to have banks work with them, eventually the math would have caught up with the company and commissions would have slowed down then stopped.

    And, if the financial interments that were still being sent into the company rose about the average of 20% of fraudulent paper, then there is real possibility that the incoming money would not have been enough to continue paying out the RPP. Yet, with all this already happening, banking issues credit card issues etc. The average RPP conversion was still 1.5%. But… The net daily numbers were not correct.

    So, it is clear who the victims would have been… you and other affiliates. But, if the company just closed its doors, then no one would have received anything. Just close the doors bankrupt the company, and the winners take he money and run. Although I figure Paul Burks would have done his best to refund as many folks as he could. And I am pretty sure he would not have cashed the funds just laying around. But who truly knows….

    Now, I am ot sure where you got the idea there has been no judgement. I assume you mean there was not a trail where a Judge or Jury rendered a decision. And if that is the case you are correct. Instead Paul Burks, consented to the complaint, paid the $4 million dollar fine, and surrender without a trail his assets. The judge then accepted his consent and the consent of RVG, signed off on the SEC taking control of the assets for liquidation. A Receiver was appointed and now that part is over.

    Now, as to the criminal side of things. Well, that is the $1.2 billion dollar question. Based on the past track record of other ponzis, I would guess the DOJ is building the criminal case, especially since all the top players have hired high-level attorneys. I would also guess there might be a Grand Jury that has or soon will be brought together to review the DOJ case and that in the first quarter of 2013, we will see search and arrest warrants served in North Carolina, Arkansas, Florida and maybe a few states and/or countries no one ever dreamed of.

    So, since no one has claimed a criminal offense at this point all we are dealing with is a civil case. A very large civil case, but civil still the same. In most cases criminal follows the civil issues in white collar crime.

  2. @Edward,

    To make it easier and to go into detail let me just write it here.

    First we have to look at the fact this is a “voluntary” subpoena package. You and anyone else who received it, does not have to answer each question. You can just write back and say “I’m not responding/” Now to the issue of service.

    Rule 45 (b) Service.

    (1) By Whom; Tendering Fees; Serving a Copy of Certain Subpoenas. Any person who is at least 18 years old and not a party may serve a subpoena. Serving a subpoena requires delivering a copy to the named person and, if the subpoena requires that person’s attendance, tendering the fees for 1 day’s attendance and the mileage allowed by law. Fees and mileage need not be tendered when the subpoena issues on behalf of the United States or any of its officers or agencies. If the subpoena commands the production of documents, electronically stored information, or tangible things or the inspection of premises before trial, then before it is served, a notice must be served on each party.

    Troy’s Thoughts: As you can see above, anyone 18 or older can delver the subpoena. It is my understanding all US mail carriers are over the age of 18.

    (2) Service in the United States. Subject to Rule 45(c)(3)(A)(ii), a subpoena may be served at any place:

    (A) within the district of the issuing court;

    (B) outside that district but within 100 miles of the place specified for the deposition, hearing, trial, production, or inspection;

    (C) within the state of the issuing court if a state statute or court rule allows service at that place of a subpoena issued by a state court of general jurisdiction sitting in the place specified for the deposition, hearing, trial, production, or inspection; or

    (D) that the court authorizes on motion and for good cause, if a federal statute so provides.

    (3) Service in a Foreign Country. 28 U.S.C. §1783 governs issuing and serving a subpoena directed to a United States national or resident who is in a foreign country.

    (4) Proof of Service. Proving service, when necessary, requires filing with the issuing court a statement showing the date and manner of service and the names of the persons served. The statement must be certified by the server.

    Troy’s Thoughts: Notice that under (4) Proof of Service, it states “when necessary” It does not say “mandatory”

    (2) Command to Produce Materials or Permit Inspection.

    (B) Objections. A person commanded to produce documents or tangible things or to permit inspection may serve on the party or attorney designated in the subpoena a written objection to inspecting, copying, testing or sampling any or all of the materials or to inspecting the premises—or to producing electronically stored information in the form or forms requested. The objection must be served before the earlier of the time specified for compliance or 14 days after the subpoena is served. If an objection is made, the following rules apply:

    (i) At any time, on notice to the commanded person, the serving party may move the issuing court for an order compelling production or inspection.

    (ii) These acts may be required only as directed in the order, and the order must protect a person who is neither a party nor a party’s officer from significant expense resulting from compliance.

    Troy’s Thoughts: Here those subpoenaed are required to file their objections within 14 days. But it does not say you can blow it off. And if you do blow it off, and the Receiver is granted a Summery Judgement, your life just got turned upside down and everything you own will be attached now and in the future, until the judgement is paid in full.

    (3) Quashing or Modifying a Subpoena.

    (A) When Required. On timely motion, the issuing court must quash or modify a subpoena that:

    (i) fails to allow a reasonable time to comply;

    (ii) requires a person who is neither a party nor a party’s officer to travel more than 100 miles from where that person resides, is employed, or regularly transacts business in person—except that, subject to Rule 45(c)(3)(B)(iii), the person may be commanded to attend a trial by traveling from any such place within the state where the trial is held;

    (iii) requires disclosure of privileged or other protected matter, if no exception or waiver applies; or

    (iv) subjects a person to undue burden.

    (B) When Permitted. To protect a person subject to or affected by a subpoena, the issuing court may, on motion, quash or modify the subpoena if it requires:

    (i) disclosing a trade secret or other confidential research, development, or commercial information;

    (ii) disclosing an unretained expert’s opinion or information that does not describe specific occurrences in dispute and results from the expert’s study that was not requested by a party; or

    (iii) a person who is neither a party nor a party’s officer to incur substantial expense to travel more than 100 miles to attend trial.

    Troy’s Thoughts: Unless you respond the court will not know if your subpoena falls under this sub-topic or not.

    (d) Duties in Responding to a Subpoena.

    (1) Producing Documents or Electronically Stored Information. These procedures apply to producing documents or electronically stored information:

    (A) Documents. A person responding to a subpoena to produce documents must produce them as they are kept in the ordinary course of business or must organize and label them to correspond to the categories in the demand.

    (B) Form for Producing Electronically Stored Information Not Specified. If a subpoena does not specify a form for producing electronically stored information, the person responding must produce it in a form or forms in which it is ordinarily maintained or in a reasonably usable form or forms.

    (C) Electronically Stored Information Produced in Only One Form. The person responding need not produce the same electronically stored information in more than one form.

    (D) Inaccessible Electronically Stored Information. The person responding need not provide discovery of electronically stored information from sources that the person identifies as not reasonably accessible because of undue burden or cost. On motion to compel discovery or for a protective order, the person responding must show that the information is not reasonably accessible because of undue burden or cost. If that showing is made, the court may nonetheless order discovery from such sources if the requesting party shows good cause, considering the limitations of Rule 26(b)(2)(C). The court may specify conditions for the discovery.

    Troy’s Thoughts: Again, I do not see anywhere, that states “if you do not think the subpoena was delivered correctly you do not have to respond.”

    (2) Claiming Privilege or Protection.

    (A) Information Withheld. A person withholding subpoenaed information under a claim that it is privileged or subject to protection as trial-preparation material must:

    (i) expressly make the claim; and

    (ii) describe the nature of the withheld documents, communications, or tangible things in a manner that, without revealing information itself privileged or protected, will enable the parties to assess the claim.

    (B) Information Produced. If information produced in response to a subpoena is subject to a claim of privilege or of protection as trial-preparation material, the person making the claim may notify any party that received the information of the claim and the basis for it. After being notified, a party must promptly return, sequester, or destroy the specified information and any copies it has; must not use or disclose the information until the claim is resolved; must take reasonable steps to retrieve the information if the party disclosed it before being notified; and may promptly present the information to the court under seal for a determination of the claim. The person who produced the information must preserve the information until the claim is resolved.

    (e) Contempt. The issuing court may hold in contempt a person who, having been served, fails without adequate excuse to obey the subpoena. A nonparty’s failure to obey must be excused if the subpoena purports to require the nonparty to attend or produce at a place outside the limits of Rule 45(c)(3)(A)(ii).

    Troy’s Thoughts: If you do not respond within 14 days, then you are freely giving up your rights to fight the subpoena… Is that really what you want to do! Or worse yet be found in contempt?

    In closing, anyone who truly thinks that in a case that has been profiled as the “world’s largest ponzi based on the amount of people” that the receive would just half assed do is job, is not thinking correctly.

    Whatever you do, protect your RIGHTS, and have your day in court! Prove your case, don;t just rollover and die, because of your pride or listening to some half truth someone is propagating. Get legal counsel who will fight for you. It will not be cheap, but if you are willing to spend $15k to $40K to fight then do it.

  3. I have read it over and over again… what do you see in there that waives the ‘Service’ of a Subpoena? Receiving a subpoena in a PO Box is not ‘Serving’ a Subpoena in any State, and I am in NC, less than 100 miles from the receiver that was to have issued said subpoena.

  4. Troy, you were one of the biggest advocates on the legitimacy of this company and spent many hours with the ZR Corporate Staff.

    It is very clear that there were NO VICTIMS in this case until ZR was shut down…and Kenneth Bell is trying to expedite a witch hunt for those who simply worked a legitimate network marketing business.

    There has, as of yet, been no judgement made by the court system, and there has been no charges brought forth to prove that a crime was even committed. Paul Burks is not on bail or in a jail cell. Dawn is not out on bail or in a jail cell… who are the criminals in this crime?

  5. (d) Service. A marshal, a deputy marshal, or any nonparty who is at least 18 years old may serve a subpoena. The server must deliver a copy of the subpoena to the witness and must tender to the witness one day’s witness-attendance fee and the legal mileage allowance. The server need not tender the attendance fee or mileage allowance when the United States, a federal officer, or a federal agency has requested the subpoena.

  6. If you received a subpoena how can you even question whether or not to pay back the money you profited? That money is not yours!! It has been proven that the money you received was from new people coming into Zeek. How can you sleep at night knowing that you didn’t earn that money and it came straight out of somebody elses pocket? Think of the hunreds of thousands of victims instead of yourself.

  7. @Brian,

    I sure understand your anger and frustration, but I would love to ask you a few questions.

    1. Do you have any idea exactly who much Kenneth Bell gets paid as a receiver?

    2. Have you read all appointment of the Receiver and fully understand the Judge is the one who approves and disapproves his actions? By the way to date the Judge has denied a few things.

    3. Since the Receiver is a private attorney who was appointed as a 3rd party to make sure the governments hands are out of the pie, and who had also hired three additional 3rd party consultants to get all the facts and figures in order because of missing, damaged and destroyed hard drives and documents, does this sound like someone who is just trying to collect a big paycheck? Logically it seems he would not want to spend any money for other 3rd party consultants, and would save the funds.

    4. I do not disagree on the fact this administration would rather have 43 million on Food Stamps, Bell is not part of this administration, he was hired by them.

    5. Outside of the propaganda you might have read or heard from both sides, have you taken time to review all the public court documents, all the comments in this community and all the videos I have done form day one? Because if you have then you would realize that for 11 months I have been focused on telling affiliates to STOP shooting videos about investing money, and sharing spreadsheets on ROI.

    If you or anyone else believes the SEC or any regulator just picked Zeek, then you are either very new to Zeek Rewards, or have been blind to what had been going on. I was asked to speak at each Red Carpet Day on compliance and each time made it clear to those there, “If the out of compliance crap did not stop, the regulators would come down on the company and they would be in part to blame.” The critics hit me hard on this issue, but as we see today the SEC calls this an investment, just like tens of thousands of former Zeek Rewards Affiliates promoted it, and prospects joined thinking the same thing.

    This is sad for everyone, but to just point at the SEC like they want Zeek’s money, don’t hold water.

  8. Bell just wants to build his bank account!! Many checks were cashed AFTER Zeek was shutdown?? Ummm, I wonder who is profiting from the Victims!!! Just another way the government suppresses people from making it ON their own!! The government would rather have 43 million on Food Stamps than people making money with Zeek!!

  9. @Chase,

    Well first of all you will not be paying Craddock you will be paying the law firm.

    I do believe anyone served should get some legal counsel as to their own individual situation. I have listed an attorney who is not affiliated with any of the current players, but who has followed the case since the beginning. He has dealt in ponzi cases in the past and is well verse in helping you and others.

    Although Craddock’s attorney all look very capable of handling this situation, I don’t know if there is anything positive or negative in using him.

    I can understand wanting to get this behind you. But, I would suggest you at least talk to an attorney before just writing a check. Make sure you fully understand your rights and responsibilities.

    Living An Epic Adventure,

  10. Troy, do you think it would be a good idea to pay the $300 for Robert Craddock to rebuttal the subpoena?

    I am somewhat inclined to just comply with the subpoena and get things over with. Do you think I would be wasting money to acquire Craddack’s services?

    Thanks for your help.

  11. @James,
    At this time there is no way to make a claim. If you go to the Zeek page here at MLM Help Desk you can read the current letters from the Receiver along with the court docs to better understand.

  12. @Zeek Freak,

    I agree with you that hundreds of thousands or millions mis-represented the business model of Zeek… Or did they? If all we see is the duplication of what is taught from the top down (which is network marketing), then we need to look back to 2011, when the disclaimer you are talking about was never published. Once it was published, it was published in very light colored font at the bottom of the front page of the main website.

    But, from all the videos and spreadsheets which have spread across the net, from the top promoters of Zeek Rewards over the last 18 to 24 months. I am not sure the disclaimer would even hold up in court.

    Now if you add to the disclaimer all the terminations that Greg Caldwell and his team made over the same period of time, then you might now have a leg to stand on. But, what the SEC will more than likely show, was the none of very few of the very top promoters were ever terminate for violating this policy. And due to that fact alone, they may show that the company leadership and founder allowed illegal activity to continue throughout the last 18 months.

    Now, had the company made mandatory months ago, the video marketing system as the ONLY approved system, and then terminated anyone who was using anything else, no matter how high in the company they were, then they may have protected themselves better.

    But, just because a website has a disclaimer doesn’t mean the company isn’t promoting an illegal activity. Once such company is out of Canada and has a No Money Laundering Disclaimer. This doesn’t mean they are not laundering money.

    And just because a company has a policy that states Do Not make money claims, doesn’t protect the company from regulators who charge them with allowing money claims.

    If the company can’t prove they did everything in their power to stop the illegal sales of unregistered investments, and if they can’t prove the revenues they made and paid commissions out on, were not from the sales (not giving free bids) of products and services to folks outside of the compensation plan on real products, then there is an issue.

    In this case because the company was slow to act, and they did not make it mandatory that ALL affiliates worldwide take the compliance course and fully understand the U.S. Laws, this has become a travesty for all parties involved.

  13. @Zeek Freak,

    As always a great thought. Let’s look at a couple of things.

    1. The Judge has Ruled! He signed off on both the Complaint and the Consent. He read them both as he does everything and he signed them. Had he questioned anything in them as he has in some of the other motions filed, he rejects the questionable items.

    2. I have not left the affiliates behind on either side. I have continued to cover the issues. I will state there is just as much propaganda rolling around now for folks personal financial gain as there was during the height of the Zeek Reward buzz.

    It is due to this continual misstatements of the law and facts that I have at times become very passionate in protecting affiliates from just hearing one side of issues.

    Prime example is the current Subpoena issue. The first words our were how “illegal or out of compliance” the Receiver was in sending the subpoenas through US Mail. Yes the Federal Rules for Subpoenas 45 sub-title (c) make is very clear he was well within the acceptable methods for sending these Subpoenas.

    Add to that the fact, NOT ONE of the Attorneys for any of the groups yelling about how Zeek was legal, charged forward to file motions on behalf of their clients or even a motion requesting that the Judge replace the Receiver for any wrong doings. As a matter of fact we did NOT hear from any of them.

    Yet, the propaganda that was going around, was that NO one needed to worry about anything. And instead of providing just a little free legal advice to those who have donated their hard earn money to help support the legal fund for others, they are now told to fork over $300 more to protect their own interests.

    No, I have not abandoned the affiliates on either side!

    3. Now as for 1 Corinthians 4:5, Paul is referring to the “inter motives, thoughts, and attitudes that only the Lord himself can see. In this current situation, I do not see where the principles of this verse applies, sine the the motives (fighting clawbacks and getting others to donate money) has been publicly broadcast for months. And the fact the thoughts of those involved on both sides have been published here and across the internet. And the attitude is very loud and clear. Once side believes the Receiver is working to protect the governments control over the liquidation of Rex Venture Group LLC, while the other side believes they are doing all they can to get as much liquid assets as possible to refund the “victims” of Zeek.

    Again you always add value to the conversation.

    Living An Epic Adventure,
    Troy Dooly

  14. Hey Troy, Whether there are Affiliates for getting there money back or ones who support bringing back Zeek, you should stay behind and support the affiliates… because there hasn’t been an official word from the judge that ruled Zeek a ponzi.

    We, the affiliates love network marking just as you. The Truth will surface soon. You and I both know that a “Bid” is NOT a security…like I said the truth will prevail over a lie.

    1 Corinthians 4:5 says:

    “Therefore judge nothing before the time, until the Lord comes, who will both bring to light the hidden things of darkness and reveal the counsels of the hearts. Then each one’s praise will come from God.”

    Be Blessed.

  15. This is just optional for the 1200 that earned big profits by there hard work of building a business. Like you said we will see when the Claims Form goes public or try to go public.

    “The Suspense is killing me….I hope it will last.”

  16. uh..Didn’t you read the Disclaimer ? You didn’t Invest in anything, You purchased bids. Troy, here is a prime example of an uneducated affiliate who mis-represents an honesty company, could be any company.

    People just don’t read the Disclaimer.

    IMPORTANT: The following paragraph MUST BE READ ALOUD whenever the ZeekRewards compensation plan is presented verbally or by telephone, or included in it’s entirety when communicating in writing:

    “If you make a purchase from ZeekRewards you are purchasing a Premium eCommerce subscription or you are purchasing bids to give away as samples. You are NOT purchasing stock or any other form of “investment” or equity. You MUST actually use the bids that you purchase or give them away as samples to help grow your business. Affiliates who present our products to others in a misleading manner or in a way that leads the buyer to believe he or she is making an investment or purchasing equities will be terminated and all commissions and awards will be forfeited. Buyers MUST read the entire How It Works and Get Paid pages on the ZeekRewards website and the Legal Disclaimers.”

  17. James,

    I guess you are talking to me. First why would you feel I have a relationship with Bell?

    The short answer is I nave never met the man at all. But I love Network Marketing and the people who are the backbone of this great profession.

    And I am willing to make sure that all the info we can find gets published and in the hands of folks so they can take all the info they find and make an informed decision no matter if they fight the subpoena or decided to cut a deal.

    Hope that answers your question. WOuld still love to know why you feel there is a relationship.

  18. @Zeek Freak,

    Well this is interesting. So let me get this right. Robert Craddock and the chosen 12 as there are now called my some, have been collecting funds for months from folks telling them that “we are all in this together fighting the Evil Receiver Kenneth Bell and the SEC!” And now, these folks have to come up with additional funds to pay the attorney to represent them?

    What if they have already sent the last of the hard earned money so Craddock and his crew can have their legal fees paid?

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