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  • 07-02-2016, 02:34 PM
    Maybee

    Re: Celebrity Galleries International

    testing 123
  • 07-09-2008, 02:34 PM
    skyvoyager

    Re: Celebrity Galleries International

    STANLEY A. LEITNER
    (Owner/ founder of MEGAFUND and International Galleries, Inc)
    SENTENCED TO 17 ½ YEARS IN FEDERAL PRISON
    FOR RUNNING INVESTMENT FRAUD SCHEME

    More than 100 Victims Defrauded of Approximately $15 Million
    http://www.usdoj.gov/usao/txn/PressR...er_sen_pr.html
  • 04-11-2008, 10:05 PM
    Quintek

    Re: Celebrity Galleries International

    WARNING!!!!!!!
    DO NOT TRUST BRUCE BISE.
    I have dealt with this man as a product for GMT The man if you wish to call him that still owes me 180 k dollars from enrollments to my product. He is a SCAM ARTIST in every sense of the word.
    I have audio recordings of conversations with him, he is a LIER and a CHEAT . RUN AS FAR AWAY FROM THIS THING AS POSSIBLE.
  • 02-03-2008, 12:52 AM
    skyvoyager

    Re: Celebrity Galleries International

    Quote Originally Posted by doc-ch-777 View Post
    I am Clyde Houston, a Christian businessman from Texas. [/SIZE][/COLOR][/B]
    IGI's owner and founder Stanley A. Leitner is convicted on all counts for his Megafud Ponzi Scheme. Could spend the rest of his life in prison when sentenced in April.

    FBI Report

    http://dallas.fbi.gov/dojpressrel/pr...raud013008.htm

    Argyle man convicted in $15 million investment scam
    http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/...s/5499499.html

    Megafund rep hit with $9.4 million judgement
    http://dallas.bizjournals.com/dallas...l?jst=pn_pn_lk

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...tner+convicted

    LaRaza Loses
    Meanwhile, attorneys representing the IGI bankrupcty trustee have won their case against the spanish newspaper La Raza. More than 3 million dollars has been awarded. The lawyer will take approx 1.4 million. The rest, along with another 1 million in credit card money sitting in a Dallas bank will soon be paid out to those owed until the money runs out.
  • 06-28-2007, 07:22 PM
    fren

    Re: Celebrity Galleries International

    Can someone stop this Clyde Houston, please?
  • 06-28-2007, 06:30 PM
    doc-ch-777

    Re: Celebrity Galleries International

    I am Clyde Houston, a Christian businessman from Texas. It has come to my attention that a “hacker” has placed a statement in red in the signature area of my recent post stating,

    “I am a Spammer”.
    This is obviously not true, because spam applies to unsolicited email and definitely don't send any solicitations or promotional emails to ANYONE who has not requested such information!! And posting a reply to a forum about home based businesses, is not spamming.

    I just wanted to set the record straight and notify everyone so you can make sure the hacker has not done the same thing to you....

    If you wish to find out more about an amazing home business vehicle, that I feel is the opportunity of the decade, with a 17 year old company, that is NOT OFFERING AN MLM compensation plan, or some type of scam, visit my website. This is a REAL business with a six figure income potential, within your 1st year!!

    As for the people with malice intent, and have nothing better to do than to attack a hard working person's character, I can only say that I will "PRAY FOR YOU".

    May your day be blessed and prosperous,
    Dr. Clyde Houston,
    Houston Companies
    Home Business Consultants/ Internet Marketing Professionals




    For the Doc:

    SPAM: the term "spam" has today come to mean network abuse, particularly junk E-mail and massive junk postings

    HACKER: is a person who illegally breaks into computer and network systems.

    MODERATOR: A forum moderator is someone granted special powers to enforce the rules of an Internet forum

    SIGNATURE: This is set up in the "profile" area of the forum

    RULES: prescribed guide for conduct or action

    BAN: A ban is barring access to specific network resources for a specific user either indefinitely or for a specific time period. Typically, a ban is levied by the administrators of the resource as punishment for abuse or attempts to abuse the resource
  • 06-03-2007, 07:11 AM
    36rrb54

    Re: Celebrity Galleries International

    Woohoo look at me I'm a spammer
  • 06-01-2007, 12:43 PM
    Big Kahuna IYF

    Re: Celebrity Galleries International

    Quote Originally Posted by skyvoyager
    FYI: Bruce Bise has merged CGI with Eddie Vakser's ArtChannel.tv and Artchannelgalleries.com scam. This is the latest feeble attempt to revive the rotting IGI carcass... read all about it here:

    http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=23819

    You're an idiot.
  • 05-26-2007, 12:16 AM
    Houston Biz Inc

    Re: Celebrity Galleries International

    As a Christian Businessman, it was important to me to find a legitimate home business that has a real, quality product that is under priced and is NOT: (not over priced lotions, potions and energy drinks that can purchased anywhere for less…I have not heard much about this company.

    When I began my search for a home business, I began to get a clear picture of what I did not want. What I found is a company I would recommend to any one. A company that IS NOT MLM, and actually offer a turnkey business solutions with amazing on-line educational products, world-class training held via conference calls daily and a very lucrative compensation plan!

    The team of online entrepreneurs that I was introduced to, are some of the most compassionate, caring people I have ever come into contact with personally or professionally. They allowed me to take a complete look at this business without any pressure or hype what so ever.

    For a FREE NO OBLIGATION look at a real home business that will earn you a minimum of $1,000 per transaction and if the thought of develop 100K your first year in your own business is appealing to you go to my website below:

    Clyde Houston
    Home Based Business Consultant




    For the Doc:

    SPAM: the term "spam" has today come to mean network abuse, particularly junk E-mail and massive junk postings

    HACKER: is a person who illegally breaks into computer and network systems.

    MODERATOR: A forum moderator is someone granted special powers to enforce the rules of an Internet forum

    SIGNATURE: This is set up in the "profile" area of the forum

    RULES: prescribed guide for conduct or action

    BAN: A ban is barring access to specific network resources for a specific user either indefinitely or for a specific time period. Typically, a ban is levied by the administrators of the resource as punishment for abuse or attempts to abuse the resource
  • 04-01-2007, 04:15 AM
    skyvoyager

    Re: Celebrity Galleries International

    Quote Originally Posted by HonestyFirst
    As a Chrisitan Businessman, it is very important to me that I to do mis-represent my knowledge of this opportunity.



    YOU MAY THINK YOURSELF HONEST ED BUT YOU AREN'T TOO SMART. APPARENTLY YOU NEED TO TAKE A READING COURSE. NO ADVERTISING YOUR LINKS, WEBSITES HERE.

    LADY MOD
    Claims of Christianity (like patriotism) is the last refuge of a scoundrel :cool:
  • 04-01-2007, 04:13 AM
    skyvoyager

    Re: Celebrity Galleries International

    FYI: Bruce Bise has merged CGI with Eddie Vakser's ArtChannel.tv and Artchannelgalleries.com scam. This is the latest feeble attempt to revive the rotting IGI carcass... read all about it here:

    http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=23819
  • 03-31-2007, 08:44 PM
    HonestyFirst

    Re: Celebrity Galleries International

    As a Chrisitan Businessman, it is very important to me that I to do mis-represent my knowledge of this opportunity.



    YOU MAY THINK YOURSELF HONEST ED BUT YOU AREN'T TOO SMART. APPARENTLY YOU NEED TO TAKE A READING COURSE. NO ADVERTISING YOUR LINKS, WEBSITES HERE.

    LADY MOD
  • 11-30-2006, 11:31 AM
    exwife

    Re: Bruce Bise

    Trust me he will pop up with some new SCAM, just give it time. :eek:
  • 11-02-2006, 07:03 AM
    skyvoyager

    Re: Celebrity Galleries International

    Quote Originally Posted by skyvoyager
    Rumor has it that CGI is dead, defunct, DOA, demised, disbanded, etc.

    Can anyone confirm? (if anyone is still out there)

    Bruce Bise felon prison convict
    I guess 5 weeks of total silence answers that question. Bye-bye CGI :rolleyes:
  • 09-25-2006, 06:45 PM
    skyvoyager

    Re: Celebrity Galleries International

    Rumor has it that CGI is dead, defunct, DOA, demised, disbanded, etc.

    Can anyone confirm? (if anyone is still out there)

    Bruce Bise felon prison convict
  • 07-21-2006, 11:03 PM
    skyvoyager

    Re: Celebrity Galleries International

    (TV news report on IGI's founder & owner Stanley A. Leitner which aired July 20, 2006. Video available)

    Bogus Program Targeted Christian Ministries
    http://cbs11tv.com/local/local_story_201195618.html

    Ginger Allen Reporting

    (CBS 11 News) NORTH TEXAS Two north Texas businessmen are under federal investigation for allegedly running a bogus investment program. Officials say their targets were Christian ministries.

    Court documents claim the men made themselves known in north Texas churches and convinced some 300 investors to contribute to a high yield investment program that rarely yielded any return.

    The church is generally a place where you typically believe you can ‘trust thy neighbor’.

    Now federal investigators are telling hundreds of trusting investors that the businessmen they may have met in church didn’t invest their money... they spent it.

    According to investigators the men spent the cash on cars, fancy art, and fine jewelry.

    One investor said, “I just felt cheated and betrayed because you know they played on my friendship. I just feel like they used me.”

    The north Texas man, who does not want to be identified, says, “I just know that someone has my money, and it's probably gone.”

    He is one of more than 300-people the Securities and Exchange Commission claims were duped by Bradley Stark, a felon from California who allegedly operated the investment program while on probation for other counterfeit investment schemes.

    Investigators say the two north Texans in on the scheme are - Stanley Leitner, a businessman who owned Megafund Corporation...once operating out of a Flower Mound address, and James Rumpf, who owned CIG and Dallas-based Cilak International.

    Investors say Cilak is an acronym for ‘Christ is Lord and King’ and CIG stood for, ‘Christ is God’.

    Gospel songwriters Levon and Nelva Dewey, who spent much of their ministering years in Texas, say they trusted Leitner enough to invest in several funds. The couple had hoped to pay ministry and medical expenses.

    The Securities and Exchange Commission appointed Dallas attorney Michael Quilling to track down the missing money. He says the men collected about $21,000,000 by operating a pyramid scheme.

    “You take money in for your own personal use. You give some if it back to prior investors to make it look like they're getting a return. You send a little bit to a charity to make everybody feel warm and fuzzy, but in all instances they make sure that they live a lavish lifestyle,” Quilling said.

    According to Quilling, Rumpf spent nearly one and half million on three north Texas houses, Leitner spent about one million on the production of a movie, and Stark spent about a quarter of a million dollars on art, collectibles, and custom made jewelry – including a $19,000 money clip.

    Stark's attorney did not return calls made by CBS 11 News. James Rumpf shut the door at his Flower Mound house as soon as CBS 11 News Investigator Ginger Allen identified herself. Stanley Leitner's attorney said he could not comment right now.

    The items seized by the government from these men are now being sold on e-Bay to generate funds to return to the investors.

    Most of the investors CBS 11 News talked with said once attorney’s fees are paid they aren’t expecting to see any of their money.

    (© MMVI, CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.)
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