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Zeek Ebook

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Some research will be required to do this writing project as well as writing the story.........I have the title for the ebook already and I would like to know how long it would take you to do the research required to give the required substance/information to the content and to finish the write? And, of course how much the charge will be? It is important to get this written as soon as possible since this is now a very big topic.

I am wanting to publish an ebook related to the recently shut down ponzi scheme known as Zeek Rewards : Related to Zeekler - the Penny Auction site, owned by Paul Burks and his fully paid up/debt free company of 15 years (so we were all told) Rex Venture Group. I believe this is the biggest ponzi scheme (in terms of the sheer number of people involved) ever.

Some have been devastated by this situation - the entire scheme was so cleverly orchestrated, setup and operated that it appeared to even some very experienced MLM people and to Troy Dooley (USA's apparently most knowledgeable and respected MLM Watchdog) to be a real business. The back office, reporting systems, training systems and the repeated advice that they have one of the USA's most experienced MLM Lawyers on staff to ensure they are completely compliant at all times....gave much assurance to those who chose to join Zeek Rewards.

On August 17th, 2012 however, the company which had by then apparently accumulated an estimated 1,000,000 (one million) 'affiliates' from around the world who were being paid a daily reward in exchange for posting one free ad every day to an online advertising site recommended by Zeek and listed in each affiliates back office along with a selection of ads to copy and paste - directing people to the Zeekler Penny Auction Site. Payments were made every 24 hours after they had calculated the income made by the company at the Auction site that day. The payments were averaging out in the past 5-6 months anyway 1.5% a day (based on the points you an affiliate had accumulated) in their back office eg: if we had started with $5,000 purchase of free bids which we were obliged to give away to get people to the site - and it was 1.5% that day we would earn 1.5% on that - to increase our balance $5,[url removed, login to view] and tomorrow the same again.

Maximum affiliates could begin with US$10,000.00. Monthly fees to be in the highest grade and therefore earn the most return $99.00.
Payments went in and out (for those lucky enough to get any out and there are a lot who got in early who were earn enormous sums) went through one of 3 online ewallets such as SolidTrustPay, Payza, NxPay.........

All funds in any of the ewallets and in Zeek Rewards accounts which are I believe scattered around the world are now frozen pending investigation and organization before those who have not yet taken out more than they first put in will be 'apparently' repaid their initial funds.

The sudden shutdown of Zeek Rewards, Zeekler and associated company websites on August 17th shattered many people......I would like to include a bit about the type of people affected....some cashed in 401Ks, some cashed in their childrens' college funds etc. etc.

Some people invited every family member they could fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, cousins, aunts & uncles - and thereby have devastated entire family groups not just their own spouse and children's lives ........

The last or 2nd last chapter should deal with the process now to be followed by those affected by the Zeek shut down....and I would like to infuse the story - perhaps at the head of each chapter or section with some words of wisdom related to the feeling of loss and devastation, looking ahead and not allowing this to bring you down etc. I can probably do those myself as long as you as researcher and writer can do the rest.

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