The Order below originates from a posting on Facebook. I have no idea why people post things on the internet without realizing that one day, it may come back to haunt you, and never goes away even if you delete it. Sometimes, braggadocio doesn’t work out so well. And, it’s a bit silly to think the Feds are not watching the serial promoters. Here’s what the receiver had to say:
“It has come to the attention of the Receiver that Mr. Douglas has begun promoting a new investment scheme known as “Auction Attics” and intends to use a copy the ZeekRewards affiliate database to solicit investors into this new scheme.”
In addition, the Facebook page contains a long statement from Mr. Douglas which reports he will use his “business database” which contains “over 2 million plus contacts,” of which “[o]ver 90% . . . have already bought bids before!”
Judge Mullen agreed with the Receiver and issued the Order:
THIS MATTER is before the Court on the Receiver’s Motion for Order Requiring Return of Receivership Property, Deposition, and Production of Records. The Court has considered the Receiver’s Motion and finds in its equitable discretion that the measures requested are appropriate.
It is, therefore, ORDERED, that Darryle Douglas shall:
1. return the ZeekRewards affiliate database along with all copies of such database to the Receiver and cease using it;
2. submit to a deposition by the Receiver at a mutually convenient time and location no later than September 24, 2015; and
3. produce to the Receiver all financial records from November 1, 2011 to the present for his personal and business-related accounts prior to such deposition.