Beverly Trca-Kitchen stands accused by the Zeek Receiver of stealing $314,228 from Zeek Rewards victims. In the wake of Paul Burks receiving jail time for masterminding the scheme, Trca-Kitchen approached the Zeek Receiver with a $2801 settlement offer. Seeming not impressed, the Receivership rejected the offer. In a letter dated March 23rd, Trca-Kitchen has asked the [Continue reading…]
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With a securities violation already under his belt, Keith Laggos wasn’t in a position to contest his involvement in the Zeek Rewards Ponzi scheme. The SEC saw Keith Laggos as a Zeek insider and sued him for securities fraud on March 22nd. Based on a Statement of Financial Condition Laggos provided last December, a settlement was submitted [Continue reading…]
Keith Laggos was involved with Zeek Rewards almost from inception. Laggos joined Zeek Rewards as a paid consultant around June 2011 and shortly after, the company switched from guaranteeing a 125% ROI on every bid purchased, to paying a variable ROI over 90 days. Laggos publicly credited himself as the prime instigator of the change [Continue reading…]
Remember when Zeek Rewards’ net-winner affiliates were running around telling the people they scammed the US government and Receiver were just looking to keep invested funds for themselves? In a March 15th press-release, the Zeek Receiver has announced that, following a third distribution, Zeek victims have now received back up to 75% of their losses.
On February 14th the Zeek Rewards Receiver filed his Status Report for the fourth quarter of 2016. Nothing much new in the report, but it does give us a current status update as to where everything’s at. I’ve included the more interesting parts of the report below under respective headings.
Late last year the clawback trial for Canadian net-winners of the Zeek Rewards Ponzi scheme was rescheduled for February 13th. Last month the trial was rescheduled again for May 15th. Simultaneously, the Zeek Receiver has also filed a Motion for Summary Judgement.
Following a lengthy sentencing hearing today, Paul Burks has been sentenced to fourteen years and eight months in prison. The sentence will likely see Burks spend the rest of his natural life behind bars, as acknowledged by Judge Cogburn during the hearing.
Following a proposal submitted last month by the Receiver, an order has established how much Zeek’s Rewards’ net-winner class will have to pay back. The order makes no amendments to the Zeek Receiver’s initial proposal, which had already been signed off on by attorneys representing the 9000 strong net-winner class.
Last November Summary Judgement was granted against Zeek Rewards’ net-winner class in the US. The Zeek Receiver has been working on a plan to claw back illegitimate earnings from over 9000 net-winner affiliates. On January 17th the Receiver submitted \a proposal to establish how much each Zeek Rewards net-winner will have to pay back.
Victims of Zeek Rewards looking for some final closure are entitled to be heard at Paul Burks’ sentencing. Burks, mastermind of the $850 million dollar Zeek Rewards Ponzi scheme, is scheduled to be sentenced on February 13th.