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    NEW ex Inernational Galleries, IGI -

    INCREDIBLE things are going on! Stay tuned for details on how Paul Myer is trying to steal more money from ex IGI members. Don´t get caught !
    Check back for more!

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    MYER & FRIDD ARE AT IT AGAIN!!!


    On May 12, 2006 a publicly traded corporation called ClickPay Solutions, Inc. (a "pink sheet" penny stock currently trading at $.15 cents per share http://www.clickpaysolutions.com ) issued a press release announcing their agreement to purchase the infamous Networking Investors Club, Inc. (http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/060512/nef010.html?.v=50) You may recall that Networking Investors Club, Inc. was IGI's top "earner." In reality it is a Nevada corporation and the only two officers are Paul Myer and Robert Fridd (Steven Marvin was a member of this club though his name no longer appears on official documents).

    So what exactly were Myer and Fridd "selling"... and was it legally theirs to sell?


    In their announcement Clickpay stated:

    "Networking Investors Club, Inc. utilizes a direct sales business model with sales generated through a network of "members." The network is expanding operations on a global basis, with members currently located in the U.K., Mexico and Hong Kong. Members in the US total approximately 100,000."

    "The Networking Investors Club, Inc. network produces reproductions of fine-artworks that it owns. Networking Investors Club, Inc. acquires artworks from artists and other sources. In most cases, the network compensates the artists for the purchases through a royalty arrangement based on the amount of revenue generated from sales of reproductions of the piece. In a few limited circumstances, the network purchases the art with an upfront payment. Sales of prints from a particular piece are limited with the maximum number of prints to be sold determined at the time the piece is acquired from the artist."

    "Networking Investors Club, Inc. uses a digital reproduction method called Giclee. This is a high quality, cost effective reproduction technique utilizing digital scanning technologies and high-resolution inkjet printers. The process also incorporates an exclusive, proprietary “pre-coating” process that enhances the quality of the prints."

    "Networking Investors Club, Inc. has established a substantial, defensible market position through technologies and the scale of its member network. The demand for the Networking Investors Club’s art reproductions is strong. Independent market research indicates that the demand for digital reproductions of fine art is increasing at a substantial rate (over 20% per year) and the market for Giclee reproductions are forecasted to grow at 60% per year."

    "We are excited to acquire Networking Investors Club, Inc. to expand our sales organization to a global level,” said ClickPay CFO David Logsdon. “Clickpay will benefit substantially from a relationship with Networking Investors Club, Inc. by expanding our method of distributing products ClickPay Solutions has to offer..."


    # # #


    In January of 2006 Paul Myer signed the documents putting International Galleries Inc. in Chapter 11 bankruptcy. In those documents and many subsequent documents Paul Myer claimed the art, the reproductions and the members list were assets of IGI. The lawyer for IGI and Paul Myer often claimed in court documents that these very assets were cause >not< to convert this bankruptcy to a Chapter 7 liquidation and to allow IGI to be sold as a going business.

    In April the Trustee appointed to manage IGI by the bankruptcy court filed to convert this case to a Chapter 7 liquidation.

    In May 2006, ClickPay announced the agreement to purchase Myer & Fridd's Networking Investors Club, Inc.

    In June 2006 Paul Myer and Robert Fridd filed an amendment to the corporate documents for Networking Investors Club, Inc. with the Nevada Secretary of State. Prior to this June 8, 2006 amendment the stock has no par value, there were 75,000 shares of stock and the authorized capital was $0.00. Four weeks after the announcement by ClickPay the Network Investing Club, Inc. stock had a value of $.01, they now had 50 million shares and authorized capital of $50,000.00.

    Did ClickPay Solutions, Inc. buy Networking Investors Club, Inc. basing the value on assets in the possession of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court as part of the International Galleries, Inc. estate?

    Did Paul Myer and Robert Fridd sell IGI assets they did not legally own ????????????



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    BREAKING NEWS...

    Sources report that people involved in the International Galleries, Inc. bankruptcy case are considering referring the facts of this case for a criminal investigation of Paul Myer for bankruptcy fraud. On July 1 Paul Myer was personally served with subpoena ordering him to testify in this case on September 12 at 10:00 AM.

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    What possible reason could Clickpay have in purchasing "Networking Investors Club" from Paul Myer and Robert Fridd? Inquiring minds want to know!!!

    ClickPay Solutions, Inc. operates as a sales and marketing organization in the United States. It provides ‘Cashless-Check-Cashing’ services to retail locations, which enable consumers to cash paychecks and have the funds loaded onto a stored value card, such as an ATM card. The company also offers check guaranteed services, which includes both personal and payroll check guarantee; prepaid wireless services; and TeenCard.net, which is a prepaid MasterCard for teens that can be purchased and loaded by parents through the Internet, enabling them to track a teen’s expenditures.

    Why Cashless Check Cashing? - It is estimated that 43% of US residents are “un-banked”. This remarkable statistic has led to the creation of a new industry where banks are issuing prepaid cards to capture this enormous marketplace. While card companies struggle to market product to the masses without focus, ClickPay has chosen to market services to specific audiences using methods that directly apply the card to specific services. Un-banked consumers don’t have bank accounts. Our Cashless Check Cashing service allows them to utilize a prepaid stored value card as an inexpensive bank account. By turning convenience stores and grocery store chains into risk-free check cashing locations, we have given the un-banked a place to safely cash a check and receive a free stored value card without any risk to the merchant. The specific audience is the US and Latino consumer.
    http://www.clickpaysolutions.com/pro...?link=cashless

    BINGO!!!!!!!!!

    Apparenty Myer & Fridd sought out a buyer for the IGI membership network which is largely Latino!!!!!!!!! This member network listed as an asset of IGI... and NOT the personal property of Myer & Fridd's Networking Investors Club!!! It appears they have sold something they stole from IGI. If true, this illegal sale of assets belonging to IGI (and the creditors who are owed money) constitutes BANKRUPTCY FRAUD!!!

    ATTENTION PAUL MYER & ROBERT FRIDD!!!

    IN FY 2005 93.3% OF THE BANKRUPTCY FRAUD CASES PROSECUTED RESULTED IN INCARCERATION FOR AN AVERAGE OF 39 MONTHS!

    http://www.irs.gov/compliance/enforc...118207,00.html

    If you were an IGI member, Paul Myer and Robert Fridd have sold your personal, confidential information... without your consent... to someone else! I suggest you contact the U.S. Bankruptcy Trustee and file a complaint ASAP.

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    (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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    Reports are that former IGI Diamond "Morris Hicks" died last week. Can anyone confirm?

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    (Just another piece to the bizarre puzzle of a con-man and his wife)
    Stan & Jan Leitner publish...

    "THE ULTIMATE WOMAN"

    featuring
    Kelly "I Strip for God" Everts
    Former Playboy Miss Nude Universe, Body Builder and "Stripper for God"
    http://kellieevertsistripforgod.com/


    It was 1980, for the third time, Kellie Everts decides to write her story of bodybuilding. She hasn't been able to pull it together, but will try again. She decides to call it, "Building the Temple," a reference to Our Lord's speaking of the body as a Temple of God. She likes all things relating to God. She understands religion. She sees how suffering leads to victory. But she can't get the ideas right. What she CAN get right are the pictures. She fasts and trains one to two hours a day and starts taking pictures; some up on the roof of her Brooklyn apartment, some by the Hudson river with friend Nat Riesenberg, some taken by the manager of Woolworth's, whose name she can't remember (they only took ONE nude photo, and it was Kellie's idea, and at that very moment, the man's wife walks in. She was very nice about it, and the man was an angel, no pig at all.) She works very hard. But alas, three months have gone by and she can't get it together and has to go back to work - stripping for God. She goes to Philadelphia and while there receives a phone call.

    A man will pay her $5,000. on the spot to pick up and fly to Illinois because he and his wife want to do a book with her - a bodybuilding book. They saw her in Esquire five years ago, then on Real People. It is Stan and Jan Leitner, an entrepreneurial couple. Later they up the price they'll pay Kellie to $10,000. She is thrilled with the entire thing and has a new lease on life.

    It is a wonderful experience. Mr. and Mrs. Leitner have Kellie in their home, and set up a weight lifting system in their living room. She is also taken to a gym often to train with a coach. She loves every minute of it. Kellie rarely has any partners or helpers, she usually struggles through things alone. This, to her, is the gravy train. This is luxury. This is not work, it's fun.

    These beautiful people make Kellie feel she belongs. They center some of their lives around her for a time, because of the project. Their little daughter Stacy, eight years old, admires Kellie and she helps her exercise.

    They also have a male friend, Ed, who resents Kellie. He and Kellie are given to arguments because Ed doesn't like strong women. They all go to a fancy eatery. Ed has to leave and shakes hands with them all. When he takes Kellie's hand he puts the squeeze on it. It's the same kind of squeeze she has seen in a movie with John Wayne and this big dork (set in Ireland where John Wayne marries this man's sister), where the big dork who hates John Wayne, tries to break his hand. This Ed guy begins to squeeze Kellie's hand with all his might, but instead of crying out she squeezes back. It begins to hurt, but she shows no sign of this to him. Ed gets redder and redder and is near heart attack range when Jan cries out, "Oh, Ed, stop. You're getting so red!"

    When the Leitners find out Kellie has a beautiful daughter, she is also flown in to take part. It's a great book. The only thing Kellie doesn't like is the wig. The super short wig is supposed to make Kellie look more like a suburbanite rather than a glamour doll. She hates it and thinks it spoils some of the book, but she's still grateful for the opportunity.

    One of the amazing things about the book is that the Leitners paid to create a commercial for television, and spent $16,000. in one week playing this commercial on the Phil Donohue Show.

    A psychic told Kellie, "You will win. You will be called The Ultimate Woman. You will laugh and drink champagne."

    She tells this to the Leitners and Stan orders a bottle of champagne. They drink and laugh and now have the title for the book, "The Ultimate Woman." It feels good to win
    http://www.kinky-kellie.com/progenitor.php

    :D :D :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyvoyager
    Reports are that former IGI Diamond "Morris Hicks" died last week. Can anyone confirm?
    LOCAL
    MORRIS ADRON HICKS
    Thursday, August 3, 2006




    Morris A. Hicks, 91, of Plano, Texas, went to be with his Lord on Monday, July 31, 2006. He was born in Belmont, Miss., on Nov. 29, 1914, and moved to Bay County in 1984 from Gainesville, Fla., then moved to Plano, Texas, in 1991. Mr. Hicks was a retired salesman for Quaker Oats and Goldkist, Baptist by faith, and a member of Gideons International for many years. He is survived by his wife, Kay Parker of Plano, Texas; two sons, Jim Hicks of Stonington, Conn., and Paul Hicks (Judy) of Birmingham, Ala.; three daughters, Sherrill Bondeson (Bob) of Panama City, Carol Lankton of Pensacola, Fla., and Virginia McCormac (Chuck) of Gainesville; brother, B.L. Hicks of Memphis, Tenn.; grandchildren, Ruth Magee (Terrell) of Panama City, Ben Bondeson (Kimberley) of Suwanee, Ga., Anna Price (Rusty) of Charlotte, N.C., Rebecca Purifoy (Shane) of New Bern, N.C., Jason Hicks of Massachusetts, Diana Hicks of Atlanta, Shawn Lankton of Atlanta, Alicia Lankton of Tallahassee, Fla., David McCormac of Gainesville, and Aaron McCormac of Gainesville; and 14 great-grandchildren. Graveside services for Morris Hicks will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 5, 2006, in Lynn Haven Cemetery with the Rev. Tim Moffett officiating. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 4, 2006, at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions be made to Gideons International (Memorial Bible Chairman, P.O. Box 685, Panama City, FL 32402). Expressions of sympathy may be submitted and viewed at our online obituaries link: www.southerlandfamily.com.

    Southerland Family

    Funeral Homes

    Panama City, Fla. 32405 785-8532 100 E. 19th St.

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    In July 2006 while investigating MEGAFUND I ran across the following report:
    http://home.att.net/~fcwriter/news104.htm#mcduff051506
    It said that the "SEC announced on March 14 that it has filed an application in Dallas federal court seeking a court order to enforce document subpoenas issued to Gary Lynn McDuff of Deer Park, Texas in January." It went on to say, "McDuff had neither supplied the requested documents, appeared for a deposition, or offered an explanation for his noncompliance.

    According to the SEC's March 14 statement, the subpoenas issued to McDuff were part of its investigation of a scheme based in Texas called Megafund (see "Financial Crime News" story SEC CASE CLAIMS CONVICTED FRAUDSTER HELPED LOOT A HYIP CALLED MEGAFUND: August 3, 2005) Previously, McDuff had been identified as a principal of the Overseas Development Bank & Trust, an entity based in Dominica which was used in a large international prime bank scheme called Vavassuer (see "Financial Crime News" Special Report "The Hammersmith Connection: The International Prime Bank Racket" December 2004).

    This week I get a tip from someone stating, "here is a link to the receiver's site on the "Horizon Establishment" a $390+ million dollar Ponzi scheme.
    http://www.haysconsulting.net/correllhorizon.html

    My source went on to say, Mr. Harry Robinson "Robbie" Gowdey, (Frisco, Texas) who appears in the headline of the SEC main release, was touted as the biggest earner in IGI for some time. I don't know if you ever heard of him (I haven't). My tipster further revealed,

    "I just heard last Friday that IGI is getting ready to start again, some entity has "bought their database" I was told. And the person that told me said they were going to do art again." A second informant reports "Robbie Gowdy was a big $$$ maker at IGI, but only because Myer signed him up right at the beginninh. He never had to recruit because people were placed under him. He is a scum bag!"

    Now here's the kicker... The following link is a U.S. District Court document filed by the SEC against various individuals including Robbie Gowdey operating a huge Ponzi scheme called "Horizion Establishment." This scam was nothing less than "Megafund on Steroids." The list of attachments shows the extent the perpetrators went to to spread money among various bank accounts, shell companies, investments, etc.

    Then.... on page 26, under "Exhibit B" listed as an "asset"... something VERY interesting pops out...


    "MEGAFUND/ INTERNATIONAL GALLERIES, INC - INVESTMENT"

    Apparently, both these scams (Megafund and IGI) are directly tied to and owned by this larger scam... and... the SEC considers these two scams run by Leitner & Myer were essentially the same, single investment!!!

    The smaller Megafund Ponzi scheme gets busted in July 2005

    The much larger Horizon Establishment Ponzi scheme gets busted 6 months later (December 7, 2005).

    Two months later IGI is bankrupt.

    [B]People... this is a major nest of criminals. These liars profess to be Christians while fleecing anyone who comes in contact with them. They are seriously sick, demented, evil, soulless, wicked men! Just read the SEC reports... tens of thousands of people have lost HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS because of these creeps!!!

    "By their fruits shall ye know them"... this was a teaching of Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount. It tells us that we are able to distinguish between false and genuine prophets by the things they do and say. In the same passage, Jesus calls false prophets wolves in sheep's clothing.

    HARRY "ROBBIE" GOWDEY CAN NOT BE TRUSTED... EVER!!!
    If you have more dirt on him let me know!

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    For those of you keeping score on the attempts of others to reincarnate IGI, check out this one involving the unholy alliance between the mad Russian Eddie Vaksar & family, some ex-IGI'ers, Bruce Bise and his failed Celebrity Galleries International... aptly entitled:

    Artchannel´s Eddie Vasker arrested
    http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=23819

    The old IGI suckers (members) list has been bought and used more times than a $5 hooker. I give this one a month, tops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyvoyager View Post
    For those of you keeping score on the attempts of others to reincarnate IGI, check out this one involving the unholy alliance between the mad Russian Eddie Vaksar & family, some ex-IGI'ers, Bruce Bise and his failed Celebrity Galleries International... aptly entitled:

    Artchannel´s Eddie Vasker arrested
    http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=23819

    The old IGI suckers (members) list has been bought and used more times than a $5 hooker. I give this one a month, tops.
    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.

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    Sounds like the type of program that Jeanne Basso, Athena Costas and Sandra Gant should enroll into

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    Quote Originally Posted by California Surfin View Post
    Sounds like the type of program that Jeanne Basso, Athena Costas and Sandra Gant should enroll into
    People like them are either too stupid or too blinded by sheer greed to question the integrity and past history of the people they get in bed with.

    Leitner ran his Megafund scam by first proclaiming his "Christianity" and targeting pastors. The pastors then endorsed him and his plan to their congregations. In the end all were fleeced by this lifelong con man.

    People have simply got to realize that crooks use "Christianity" as nothing more than a marketing ploy. Christians are often so gullible and accepting of anyone who professes their belief they wind up getting screwed... over and over.

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    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

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