zeekrewardsFor his part in stealing $1,971,374.27 from Zeek Rewards affiliate investors, the Receivership initiated clawback litigation against Darryle Douglas back in March.

For reasons unknown (“the money is mine!”), Douglas failed to respond to the clawback litigation served on him, leaving the Receivership no option but to request default judgement.

Default judgement was granted against Douglas in early July, with a Western District Court of North Carolina yesterday specifying the amount the Receivership is now entitled to collect.

darryle-douglas-sales-director-zeek-rewardsOn top of the $1.97 million Douglas (right) stole from investors, he’s also required to pay $299,864.93 ‘in prejudgment interest from August 15, 2012 to July 10,

Postjudgement interest will also be added to the amount Douglas now owes, and will accrue from the date of judgement (September 4th) until the amount has been paid back in full.

From the Receivership’s earlier clawback litigation,

Darryle Douglas is, upon information and belief, a resident of Orange, California and was part of Zeek’s senior level management involved with affiliate communications and relations.

Prior to Zeek, he worked with Burks in other multi-level marketing businesses. Mr. Douglas received more than $1,975,000 from Zeek under one or more usernames, including “dd.”

Officially credited as Zeek Rewards’ “Sales Director”, Douglas was a prominent figure within the company until he abruptly disappeared a few weeks before the SEC shut Zeek down in August 2012.

The official reason cited by Zeek management at the time was that Douglas went into hiding due to “health reasons”. He has to date not been seen or heard from publicly since.


Footnote: Our thanks to Don@ASDUpdates for providing a copy of the Darryle Douglas “Default Judgement Order”.