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    EarthQuest Park / Don Holbrook / Contour Entertainment / Frank McCrady of EMCID

    Christopher with Multi-Billionaire Founder of Evolv Mr. Trey White.jpgThe first posts in this thread are drawn from Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center. I believe investors and citizens need to know the facts about Trey White and Marlin Atlantis. EarthQuest I had hoped would really be the brainchild of "Dino Don" Lessem. It could have been an incredible place for families. It will never get off the ground or be properly if these buffoons are allowed to continue running wild with this. 7.5 million in bond money has been spent and investors are throwing money at this thing. The business background and qualifications of these folks should have been looked at much more carefully before this thing got this far.
    Christopher with Multi-Billionaire Founder of Evolv Mr. Trey White.
    Hello, my name is Christopher Paul Mitchell. I'm a part of Team T.O.P.G.U.N. EXP in Evolv. I created this website to show everyday, normal people just like myself how to get rich in a home based business. I don't care if you're black or white, young or old, male or female, a high school dropout or a college graduate, my team and I can help you become wealthy with Evolv.

    I grew up in what some people would say is a challenging life. My parents divorced when I was just four years old. My mom died of radiation and chemotherapy when I was nine years old. My abusive father kicked me out of the house at the age of fifteen. I used my life savings ($550) to buy a plane ticket and I moved to California at the age of eighteen.

    I've lived in my car; I've lived in a motel with roaches in the bathtub; I've lived in a friend's garage on the concrete floor; and I've even been homeless before. So, if you've been through a lot in your life, trust me, I can relate to you.

    I was dead broke for the first twenty five years of my life. One unforgettable day in Santa Monica, California I met an amazing man by the name of Sal Williams who changed my life by introducing me to Network Marketing.

    Not only is Evolv going to become the fastest growing Network Marketing company of all time, Evolv is also going to grow faster than ANY company of all time! Evolv is no joke! Founded by Multi-Billionaire Trey White it is our goal to make Evolv into a Billion dollar company within our first two years in business.

    The time to get envolved with Evolv is right now! As of March 26th Evolv is a brand new start up company on the ground floor. Timing in business is everything! The timing for Evolv is absolutely crucial. Now is your chance to become a part of a life changing, Billion dollar company before it hits critical mass.

    Join me and my mentor Robert Dean Jr. and let us welcome you to our Team T.O.P.G.U.N. EXP. Our goal is to create 500 multi-millionaires within the next few years with Evolv. We have a proven system in place that guarantees success if you can simply follow directions. Evolv is predicted to create more millionaires than Microsoft. Join our team and let us help you change your life.

    Pick up your phone and give me a call RIGHT NOW!



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    I assume you boys can verify Trey's / Roscoe Frederick White's multi-billionaire status. I sure wouldn't want to have to prove that up in court! And, if those earnings claims don't pan out it could get very ugly!

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Contact Team Inspirit for event and ticket information.
    Evolv Team Inspirit Awards & Leadership Training Event
    Saturday, July 17, 2010 from 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM (CT)
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    But wait! Something is missing. The lying scammers had posted about 9 multi-million dollar earners and a billion dollar earner and then they removed that fraudulent solicitiation when I e-mailed the Evolv scammers and informed them that all that was in the hands of the Texas Attorney General's Office.

    They also should clarify the million dollar prize is not being given out until this fall and not at this TeamInScamming meeting.

    Obviously, it isn't any problem to get tickets to this MLM scammers' gathering. I wonder if they will discuss the suit MD Anderson has filed against these goons? Using their name to promote a product of dubious value promoted pyramid style seems like grounds for a winning suit to me. We should see a lot more very scathing news coverage related to that!

    I demand the scammers substantiate those multi-million dollar earner claims. Who are these multi-million dollar earners. Folks that want more info about one of the named multi-millionaire earners are welcome to e-mail me and I will provide much more enlightening information!

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Testimonials, testimonials, and more testimonials. And, I am sending them to the FTC.

    Let's read Dr. Stephen Barrett http://www.quackwatch.com/01Quackery...opics/mlm.html:
    The Mirage of Multilevel Marketing
    Stephen Barrett, M.D.
    Don't be surprised if a friend or acquaintance tries to sell you vitamins, herbs, homeopathic remedies, weight-loss powders, or other health-related products. Millions of Americans have signed up as distributors for multilevel companies that market such products from person to person. Often they have tried the products, concluded that they work, and become suppliers to support their habit.

    Multilevel marketing (also called network marketing) is a form of direct sales in which independent distributors sell products, usually in their customers' home or by telephone. In theory, distributors can make money not only from their own sales but also from those of the people they recruit.

    Becoming an MLM distributor is simple and requires no real knowledge of health or nutrition. Many people do so initially in order to buy their own products at a discount. For a small sum of money—usually between $35 and $100—these companies sell a distributor kit that includes product literature, sales aids (such as a videotape or audiotape), price lists, order forms, and a detailed instructional manual. Most MLM companies publish a magazine or newsletter containing company news, philosophical essays, product information, success stories, and photographs of top salespeople. The application form is usually a single page that asks only for identifying information. Millions of Americans have signed up, including many physicians attracted by the idea that selling MLM products can offset losses attributable to managed care.

    Distributors can buy products "wholesale," sell them "retail," and recruit other distributors who can do the same. When enough distributors have been enrolled, the recruiter is eligible to collect a percentage of their sales. Companies suggest that this process provides a great money-making opportunity. However, it is unlikely that people who don't join during the first few months of operation or become one of the early distributors in their community can build enough of a sales pyramid to do well. In July 1999, the National Association of Attorneys General announced that complaints about multilevel marketing and pyramid schemes were tenth on their list of consumer complaints.

    A recent analysis of Quixtar's reported income figures indicates how poorly most MLM distributors do. In a declaration filed in a suit by two former Quixtar distributors, he concluded:

    A statistical sample of distributors revealed that 99.4% of the IBOs [independent business owners] earned on average just $13.41 per week—before product purchases, all business expenses, and taxes. This average income is far less than the costs of the business, resulting in 99% of victims of Quixtar making no net profit. Fewer than 1 person in 10,000 are at the "Diamond and above" levels, the upper ranks of the Quixtar chain that every new recruit is urged to aspire to. . . .

    The massive loss rates among Quixtar victims that are revealed in Quixtar's own data are the inevitable mathematical result of the endless chain business model. In this model, the success of the IBO is based on continuous recruiting of additional distributors (IBOs), who are induced to make monthly purchases for their own consumption, rather than on making retail sales in the open marketplace. In the recruitment model, only those participants at the top levels of the pyramid can earn true profits, since the source of a participant's real income is the expenditures of individuals below them on the pyramid, and only a small percentage can be in those top positions. The untenable model result in approximately 70% of IBOs quitting Quixtar within the first year. The mission of this deceptive business model is to continuously enroll losing investors (IBOs) and replace them as they suffer losses and quit the program.

    Many distributors who stock up on products to meet sales goals or increase their hoped-for commissions get stuck with unsold products that cost thousands of dollars. Some companies permit direct ordering of their products, which avoids this problem, but the risk of failure is still high.

    Dubious Claims

    More than a hundred multilevel companies are marketing health-related products. Most claim that their products are effective for preventing or treating disease. A few companies merely suggest that people will feel better, look better, or have more energy if they supplement their diet with extra nutrients. When clear-cut therapeutic claims are made in product literature, the company is an easy target for government enforcement action. Some companies run this risk, hoping that the government won't take action until their customer base is well established. Other companies make no claims in their literature but rely on testimonials, encouraging people to try their products and credit them for any improvement that occurs.

    Every company I have looked at has done at least one of the following.

    Made misleading statements that could frighten people into taking dietary supplements they do not need.
    Made misleading statements of product superiority that could induce people to buy products that retail stores sell more cheaply.
    Made unsubstantiated claims that their products would prevent or remedy health problems
    Uses research findings to promote products without noting that the findings are not sufficient to substantiate using the products.
    Uses deception by omission by making statements about the biochemical properties of various substances without placing them in proper perspective. An example would be stating that a certain nutrient is important because it does this or that in the body but omitting that people who eat sensibly have no valid reason to take a supplement.
    Exaggerated the probability of making significant income.

    Most multilevel companies tell distributors not to make claims for the products except for those found in company literature. (That way the company can deny responsibility for what distributors do.) However, many companies hold sales meetings at which people are encouraged to tell their story to the others in attendance. Some companies sponsor telephone conference calls during which leading distributors describe their financial success, give sales tips, and describe their personal experiences with the products. Testimonials also may be published in company magazines, audiotapes or videotapes. Testimonial claims can trigger enforcement action, but since it is time-consuming to collect evidence of their use, government agencies seldom bother to do so.

    Government enforcement action against multilevel companies has not been vigorous. These companies are usually left alone unless their promotions become so conspicuous and their sales volume so great that an agency feels compelled to intervene. Even then, few interventions have substantial impact once a company is well established.

    Motivation: Powerful but Misguided

    The "success" of network marketing lies in the enthusiasm of its participants. Most people who think they have been helped by an unorthodox method enjoy sharing their success stories with their friends. People who give such testimonials are usually motivated by a sincere wish to help their fellow humans. Since people tend to believe what others tell them about personal experiences, testimonials can be powerful persuaders.

    Perhaps the trickiest misconception about quackery is that personal experience is the best way to tell whether something works. When someone feels better after having used a product or procedure, it is natural to give credit to whatever was done. However, this is unwise. Most ailments are self-limiting, and even incurable conditions can have sufficient day-to-day variation to enable bogus methods to gain large followings. In addition, taking action often produces temporary relief of symptoms (a placebo effect). For these reasons, scientific experimentation is almost always necessary to establish whether health methods are really effective. Instead of testing their products, multilevel companies urge customers to try them and credit them if they feel better. Some products are popular because they contain caffeine, ephedrine (a stimulant), valerian (a tranquilizer), or other substances that produce mood-altering effects.

    Another factor in gaining devotees is the emotional impact of group activities. Imagine, for example, that you have been feeling lonely, bored, depressed or tired. One day a friend tells you that "improving your nutrition" can help you feel better. After selling you some products, the friend inquires regularly to find out how you are doing. You seem to feel somewhat better. From time to time you are invited to interesting lectures where you meet people like yourself. Then you are asked to become a distributor. This keep you busy, raises your income, and provides an easy way to approach old friends and make new ones—all in an atmosphere of enthusiasm. Some of your customers express gratitude, giving you a feeling of accomplishment. People who increase their income, their social horizons, or their self-esteem can get a psychological boost that not only can improve their mood but also may alleviate emotionally-based symptoms.

    Multilevel companies refer to this process as "sharing" and suggest that everyone involved is a "winner." That simply isn't true. The entire process is built on a foundation of deception. The main winners are the company's owners and the small percentage of distributors who become sales leaders. The losers are millions of Americans who waste money and absorb the misinformation.

    Do you think multilevel participants are qualified to judge whether prospective customers need supplements—or medical care? Even though curative claims are forbidden by the written policies of each company, the sales process encourages customers to experiment with self-treatment. It may also promote distrust of legitimate health professionals and their treatment methods.

    Some people would argue that the apparent benefits of "believing" in the products outweigh the risks involved. Do you think that people need false beliefs in order to feel healthy or succeed in life? Would you like to believe that something can help you when in fact it is worthless? Should our society support an industry that is trying to mislead us? Can't Americans do something better with the billion or more dollars being wasted each year on multilevel "health" products?

    Physician Involvement
    Many any physicians are selling health-related multilevel products to patients in their offices. The companies most involved have included Amway (now doing business as Quixtar), Body Wise, Nu Skin (Interior Design), Rexall, and Juice Plus+. Doctors are typically recruited with promises that the extra income will replace income lost to managed care. In December 1997, the American Medical Association Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs (CEJA) advised against against profiting from the sale of "non-health-related products" to their patients. Although CEJA's policy statement does not mention products sold through multilevel marketing, CEJA's chairman said the statement was triggered by the growing number of physicians who had added an Amway distributorship to their practice.

    Recommendations

    Consumers would be wise to avoid health-related multilevel products altogether. Those that have nutritional value (such as vitamins and low-cholesterol foods) are invariably overpriced and may be unnecessary as well. Those promoted as remedies are either unproven, bogus, or intended for conditions that are unsuitable for self-medication.

    Government agencies should police the multilevel marketplace aggressively, using undercover investigators and filing criminal charges when wrongdoing is detected. People who feel they have been defrauded by MLM companies should file complaints with their state attorney general and with local FDA and FTC offices. A letter detailing the events may be sufficient to trigger an investigation; and the more complaints received, the more likely that corrective action will be taken. If you possess a distributor kit that you no longer need, I would be pleased to add it to my collection. If you would like to help Quackwatch gather information on MLM companies on the Internet, click here.

    This article was revised on January 21, 2008.
    Evolv reps have encouraged and recorded numerous such testimonials on their calls, webpages and ads. These fraudulent health claims are what a company like this depends on to sell the product. Even Trey White, the multi-billionaire who owns the company is in on the act.
    He is totally exaggerating the testing done at MD Anderson. And the reps are telling some incredibly fantastic stories to sell the stuff. Of course, they have a financial incentive to do so. Who would have known that milk protein, alfalfa and 5 enzymes would totally change modern medicine??? Let's get those complaints in to the FTC!!!

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    White Energy, One of the Largest Ethanol Producers in the U.S., Files for Bankruptcy in Delaware : Delaware Bankruptcy Litigation
    White Energy, One of the Largest Ethanol Producers in the U.S., Files for Bankruptcy in Delaware
    Posted on May 27, 2009 by Jason Cornell, Esq.
    White Energy, One of the Largest Ethanol Producers in the U.S., Files for Bankruptcy in Delaware


    Introduction

    White Energy, Inc. ""White Energy" or the "Debtor"), one of the largest ethanol and gluten producers in the United States, filed for bankruptcy in the United States Bankruptcy for the District of Delaware on May 7, 2009. According to its Declaration in Support of First Day Motions (the "Declaration"), White Energy generated over $500 million in revenue in 2008. Based in Dallas, Texas, White Energy operates three ethanol production facilities in Kansas and Texas.

    White Energy produces both ethanol and gluten (an ingredient used by food producers) at its Russell, Kansas facility. As stated in its Declaration, the Debtor processes wheat to make gluten. White Energy uses starch, a byproduct from gluten production, in its ethanol production. By doing so, White Energy is able to reduce its overall costs to produce ethanol.

    Debtors' Financials

    In July of 2006, White Energy entered into a $298 million senior secured loan with WestLB as administrative agent. Leading up to bankruptcy, White Energy's lenders declared several events of default under the secured loan, including (i) a failure to pay property taxes, (ii) failure to make payments under construction contracts and (iii) failure to pay franchise taxes. White Energy tried unsuccessfully to get its lenders to agree to restructure its debt. Unable to reach an agreement with its lenders, White Energy soon filed for bankruptcy.

    According to White Energy's bankruptcy petition, the following entities hold the ten largest unsecured claims against this debtor:

    1.ADM ... $2.9 million
    2.The Scoular Co. ... $1.8 million
    3.Novozymes NA ... $608,526
    4.Nexen ... $379,113
    5.City of Hays ... $346,056
    6.Oneok Energy ... $317,000
    7.Russell County ... $290,457
    8.Milbank Tweed ... $208,731
    9.Univar USA ... $134,385
    10.Occidental Chemical ... $114,170
    White Energy entered into the ethanol industry in 2006. Since then, commodity prices have become exceptionally volatile with corn prices reaching double their normal price per bushel. At the same time that commodity prices reached historic highs, the oversupply of ethanol has kept prices low. The resulting low profit margins strained White Energy's cash flow, which in turn led to loan defaults and bankruptcy.

    This bankruptcy proceeding is before the Honorable Christopher S. Sontchi.

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    Jason Cornell is a bankruptcy attorney at the law firm Fox Rothschild LLP in Wilmington, Delaware. If you have questions regarding this, or any other Delaware legal proceeding, you may contact Jason at (302) 427-5512 or jcornell@foxrothschild.com.
    Where Trey White / Roscoe Frederick White III made his money is indeed a good question. His business background is quite a story.

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Quote Originally Posted by Soapboxmom
    Where Trey White / Roscoe Frederick White III made his money is indeed a good question. His business background is quite a story.

    Soapboxmom
    According to Forbes magazine, there are 403 billionaires in the United States.

    I just looked at the list, and one thing is for sure . . . Trey White is not on it.

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Wolf View Post
    According to Forbes magazine, there are 403 billionaires in the United States.

    I just looked at the list, and one thing is for sure . . . Trey White is not on it.
    Awesome find my friend!

    The World's Billionaires Page 39 of 41 - Forbes.com
    Special Report
    The World's Billionaires
    03.10.10, 06:00 PM EST
    Page 39 of 41

    ABEL - ALBRALBU - ARNAARNO - BASSBASS - BLACBLAN - BUFFBURD - CHAOCHAR - CONNCONW - DEICDEJO - DRUCDU S - FETIFILO - FUNGGABE - GOREGOTT - HANHAPP - HECTHEIS - HUGHHUI - JAINJAMA - KAHNKAIS - KIMMKIND - KRAVKRIS - LAURLAUR - LI KLI S - LOWYLU G - MANSMANT - MERIMHAI - MORIMORI - OBEROCH, - PEREPERE - PRITPRIT - RALERAO, - ROSSROVT - SANDSANT - SCHRSCHU - SIEBSIMM - SPANSPER - TAKITAN, - TISCTISC - VARGVEKS - WEEWEI - XIANYAMA - ZHOUZHOU - ZYUZ
    Rank Name Citizenship Age Net Worth ($bil) Residence
    937 Wei Ing-Chou Taiwan 57 1.0 China
    937 Wei Yin-Chun Taiwan 53 1.0 Taiwan
    937 Wei Yin-Heng Taiwan 51 1.0 China
    937 Wei Ying-chiao Taiwan 55 1.0 China
    488 Cher Wang & Wenchi Chen Taiwan 52 2.0 Taiwan
    93 Alain & Gerard Wertheimer France NA 7.5 NA
    258 Stef Wertheimer & family Israel 84 3.5 Israel
    100 Galen Weston & family Canada 69 7.2 Canada
    421 Leslie Wexner United States 72 2.3 United States
    582 Dean White United States 86 1.7 United States
    773 Margaret Whitman United States 53 1.3 United States
    616 John Whittaker United Kingdom 68 1.6 United Kingdom
    655 Arne Wilhelmsen & family Norway 79 1.5 Norway
    400 Oprah Winfrey United States 56 2.4 United States
    189 Karl Wlaschek Austria 92 4.4 Austria
    258 Aloys Wobben Germany 58 3.5 Germany
    880 Allan Wong & family Hong Kong NA 1.1 Hong Kong
    197 Peter Woo & family Hong Kong 64 4.3 Hong Kong
    463 William Wrigley Jr United States 46 2.1 United States
    232 Wu Yajun & family China 46 3.9 China
    132 Reinhold Wurth Germany 74 5.7 Germany
    937 Samuel Wyly United States 74 1.0 United States
    616 Stephen Wynn United States 68 1.6 United States
    121 Hansjorg Wyss Switzerland 75 6.1 United States
    937 Xian Yang China 36 1.0 China
    There is the list where White would fall alphabetically. So, I am sure ol' Trey ain't no multi-billionaire either! More fraudulent MLM claims for the FTC and Attorneys General to enjoy!

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Trey isn't on this list of the Richest Americans either. MLM solicitiations are some great fiction writing, aren't they???

    The 400 Richest Americans 2009 - Forbes.com
    Special Report
    The 400 Richest Americans 2009
    09.30.09, 06:00 PM EDT
    The Forbes 400 Richest Americans 2009

    John E. Abele - Carl Edwin BergNicolas Berggruen - S. Truett CathyJohn Catsimatidis - Bharat DesaiRichard DeVos - Gerald J. FordTheodore Forstmann - Donald HallBruce Halle - Martha IngramJames Irsay - Brad KelleyPeter R. Kellogg - Ralph LaurenNancy Walton Laurie - Bernard MarcusJ. Willard (Bill) Marriott - Manuel MorounCharles Munger - T. Boone PickensJeffry Picower - David A. RichMarc Rich - Steven SchonfeldRichard Schulze - Jerry SpeyerSteven Spielberg - Todd WagnerAlice Walton - Mortimer Zuckerman

    Rank Name Net Worth ($mil) Age Residence Source
    6 Alice Walton 19,300 60 Fort Worth Wal-Mart
    4 Christy Walton & family 21,500 54 Jackson Wal-Mart
    5 Jim C. Walton 19,600 61 Bentonville Wal-Mart
    7 S. Robson Walton 19,000 65 Bentonville Wal-Mart
    158 Roger Wang 2,000 60 Nanjing retail
    94 Ty Warner 3,200 65 Chicago Beanie Babies
    289 Kelcy Warren 1,350 53 Dallas Pipelines
    61 Dennis Washington 4,200 75 Missoula construction, mining
    147 Bruce Wasserstein 2,200 61 New York Wasserstein Perella, Lazard
    347 Charlotte Colket Weber 1,100 66 Ocala inheritance
    158 Leslie Wexner 2,000 72 New Albany Limited Brands
    202 Dean White 1,750 86 Crown Point lboards, hotels
    326 Margaret Whitman 1,200 53 Atherton Ebay
    141 Oprah Winfrey 2,300 55 Chicago television
    154 William Wrigley Jr. 2,100 45 Lake Forest chewing gum
    399 Sam Wyly 950 74 Dallas investments
    141 Steve Wynn 2,300 67 Las Vegas casinos, hotels
    317 Jerry Yang 1,250 40 Los Altos Hills Yahoo
    371 Charles Zegar 1,000 61 New York Bloomberg LP
    77 Samuel Zell 3,800 68 Chicago real estate, private equity
    65 Daniel Ziff 4,000 37 New York inheritance, hedge funds
    65 Dirk Ziff 4,000 45 New York inheritance, hedge funds
    65 Robert Ziff 4,000 43 New York inheritance, hedge funds
    158 Mark Zuckerberg 2,000 25 Palo Alto Facebook
    236 Mortimer Zuckerman 1,500 72 New York real estate, media

    John E. Abele - Carl Edwin BergNicolas Berggruen - S. Truett CathyJohn Catsimatidis - Bharat DesaiRichard DeVos - Gerald J. FordTheodore Forstmann - Donald HallBruce Halle - Martha IngramJames Irsay - Brad KelleyPeter R. Kellogg - Ralph LaurenNancy Walton Laurie - Bernard MarcusJ. Willard (Bill) Marriott - Manuel MorounCharles Munger - T. Boone PickensJeffry Picower - David A. RichMarc Rich - Steven SchonfeldRichard Schulze - Jerry SpeyerSteven Spielberg - Todd WagnerAlice Walton - Mortimer Zuckerman
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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Let's take a look at Trey White's companies. He is said by Evolvers to be a multi-billionaire.

    Hoovers says:
    Marlin Atlantis White Ltd Dallas, TX, United States $1.20M in sales
    White Ventures, Ltd. Dallas, TX, United States $2.60M in sales
    To that list we can add White Energy

    Trey White, aka Fred White III, aka Roscoe F. White III is not Warren Buffett or Donald Trump.

    He was responsible for the homestore.com, which was a very successful company during the dot com bubble and then faced with a nose dive in the stock prices. Trey / Roscoe bailed out right before the dung hit the fan. There were several class action lawsuits and dishonest financial statements associated with that fiasco.

    Since then, he’s run a number of different companies out of one office which must have one very confused receptionist to be sure.

    Looking at the estimated annual sales for these companies as listed by Hoovers there isn't a snowball's chance in hell this clown Trey White is a billionaire, much less a multi-billionaire.

    Those companies have employees to pay, rent, taxes, company insurance, business supplies, electric, phone, marketing, wining and dining clients and much more. After all that his companies can't be generating him much profit with those paltry sales figures.

    And yet the tales of him being a multi-billioinaire persist. I am shocked Trey would continue this ridiculous scam with MD Anderson suing. It looks like lemmings over the cliff to me!

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    http://www.marlinatlantis.com/co_pro...TreyWhite.html
    Trey White
    Chairman, Marlin Atlantis White

    In his role as Chairman of Marlin Atlantis White, Mr. White guides the control and management of the companies’ interests in real property and real estate development. In addition to real estate investing, his philosophy is defined by investing in forward-thinking solutions with an eye toward technology and first to market advantages.
    He was born a third-generation entrepreneur in Dallas. Understanding that being first to market is a huge advantage, he directed energy toward achievements that positioned him ahead of competitors in emerging markets. To date, he has placed capital of more than $1.5B into companies he founded or co-founded.

    Mr. White co-founded NewHomeSearch, a revolutionary electronic real estate listing service for Realtors® and new home builders, gained 100% penetration in the Dallas market within two years of inception and grew to ten markets with an innovative client-server-based application, NewHomeSearch, renamed HomeBuilder.com in 1996, created the first Internet portal for searching real estate listings, quickly expanded to seventy-five markets and became the official Web site of the National Association of Homebuilders. Mr. White oversaw the merger of HomeBuilder.com with Realtor.com and participated in taking the two companies public as HomeStore.com, raised $800M in two offerings, drove stock to $160 per share and resulted in an $11B market cap at its peak.

    In 2002 Mr. White began investing in multi-phased, single-family, residential developments and, in 2003, provided the start-up capital to form Marlin Atlantis. This new entity, under the direction of an outstanding management team, took advantage of low interest rates and strong residential housing markets in Texas. To date, Marlin Atlantis has entitled and/or developed eighteen residential communities, including five master-planned developments in major Texas markets. The enterprise has deployed more than $200M in capital and is one of the largest residential community developers in Texas, with more than 20,000 single family lots in inventory.

    Also in 2003, Mr. White founded White Energy, a company funded to take advantage of the high cost of oil, reduce dependence on foreign oil, and reduce carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels by building destination, fuel-grade, ethanol plants. In 2005, White Energy received its air permit to build in Texas, the first new facility created a destination plant trend that continues today in Texas, California, New York, Colorado, Kansas and Florida. White Energy produces 250M gallons of ethanol in three facilities, is the fifth-largest US producer and the largest Texas producer of fuel grade ethanol. To date, White Energy has deployed over $500M into renewable energy investments.

    Mr. White has created and pioneered markets using a best-of-breed management team methodology as he leads several organizations, charitable as well as for-profit, against which other companies and efforts are measured. His mental and physical cornerstones for success include surrounding himself with smart, experienced, respected individuals at the top of their industries. He and his associates possess the ability to take measured risks, cultivate instincts for emerging markets, and demonstrate the acute market-awareness necessary for properly timed exits. He considers these aspects of business acumen “simple rules for a complex world, instrumental in stacking odds toward the probability of success.”

    Home | Our Company | Communities | Offerings | Contact Us | PRIVACY | DISCLAIMER | Web Sitemap
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    Can Homestore restore its tarnished image and rebuild? - Free Online Library

    The article tells of the accounting scandal in 2001. Trey / Roscoe White talks of going into residential development in 2002. So, it appears he was bailing from homestore.com just as the dung hit the fan.

    Homestore.com Class Action Settlement - Current Developments
    12/19/03: NOTICE OF OBJECTIONS filed by The Roscoe F. White Jr
    I notice he fails to mention that White Energy imploded into bankruptcy despite claims that he is a multi-billionaire.

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    I have a question.....White Ventures

    estimated annual sales (not profit, sales) of $2.5M, which would require 400 years to become $1B
    White Ventures, Ltd | Banking & Finance > Banking, Lending & Credit Services from AllBusiness.com


    estimated annual revenue less than half of white ventures, $1.1M, or 910 years to hit $1B
    Marlin Atlantis White Ltd - Dallas, Texas (TX) | Company Profile

    Also, employee estimates:

    25 for white ventures; 12 for marlin atlantis white

    What am I missing????

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    Caprock Dev, LLC Business Relationships

    White Ventures Energy, LLC Business Relationships


    It is high time we check out multi-billionaire Roscoe Frederick (Trey White) and see just where these alleged multi-billions of dollars of which Forbes has no knowledge came from.

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    Searching the names in those relationship charts linked above shows most of the LLCs listed don't even exist as viable businesses. They may be registered in Texas or Delaware, but searching Company Profiles & Company Information on Manta results in no hits. That suggest they are not active and generating any significant revenue. So, the question remains as to where the billions of dollars in Trey's name that qualify him and his reps to classify him as a multi-billionaire came from.

    No doubt the FTC, SEC, Texas Attorney General's office and many other agencies will be responding to the many reports I and others have made. I am sure they will be able to pinpoint where these billions came from!

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    Who is Roscoe F. White? He is listed as an "officer" and tied to many of the "businesses" names on one of your links, Mom. Is he a relative?

    Roscoe F White - Profile on CorporationWiki.com

    I have never sen so many LLC's taken out in my life, by the same entities and many (not all) of them lead to nowhere. lol (inactive)

    Deborah A Thomas.....same question...she is listed at the same address as Roscoe and ties to the same conpanies.

    What is this lawsuit about? Security Pacific Credit Corp v. White Ventures Energy, LLC et al :: Justia Dockets & Filings

    The only reason I can see having so many LLCs and not Corporations is because of taxes, and shuffling of monies and tax write offs on "business" which are not really businesses and the liability is much smaller than with a legit Corporation. Something really strange about all of this. Funny there are no Corporations in all of this convoluted mess, just dozens and dozens of LLCs. For a quick breakdown of the difference between an LLC and a Corporation:


    LLC owners report business income and losses on their personal tax returns.

    An LLC is not a separate tax entity like a corporation; instead, it is what the IRS calls a "pass-through entity," like a partnership or sole proprietorship. All of the profits and losses of the LLC "pass through" the business to the LLC owners (called members), who report this information on their personal tax returns. The LLC itself does not pay federal income taxes, but some states impose an annual tax on LLCs.
    Income Taxes

    The IRS treats your LLC like a sole proprietorship or a partnership, depending on the number of members in your LLC. If you've already done business as a sole proprietorship or partnership, you're ahead of the game because you know many of the rules already. If not, here are the basics:
    Single-Owner LLCs

    The IRS treats one-member LLCs as sole proprietorships for tax purposes. This means that the LLC itself does not pay taxes and does not have to file a return with the IRS.

    As the sole owner of your LLC, you must report all profits (or losses) of the LLC on Schedule C and submit it with your 1040 tax return. Even if you leave profits in the company's bank account at the end of the year -- for instance, to cover future expenses or expand the business -- you must pay income tax on that money.
    Multi-Owner LLCs

    The IRS treats co-owned LLCs as partnerships for tax purposes. Like one-member LLCs, co-owned LLCs do not pay taxes on business income; instead, the LLC owners each pay taxes on their lawful share of the profits on their personal income tax returns (with Schedule E attached). Each LLC member's share of profits and losses, called a distributive share, should be set out in the LLC operating agreement.

    Plus an LLC, unlike a Corporation allows you to limite your liability and cover your ass. Hmmmmm

    A Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a business structure allowed by state statute. LLCs are popular because, similar to a corporation, owners have limited personal liability for the debts and actions of the LLC. Other features of LLCs are more like a partnership, providing management flexibility and the benefit of pass-through taxation.

    Owners of an LLC are called members. Since most states do not restrict ownership, members may include individuals, corporations, other LLCs and foreign entities. There is no maximum number of members. Most states also permit “single member” LLCs, those having only one owner.

    A few types of businesses generally cannot be LLCs, such as banks and insurance companies. Check your state’s requirements and the federal tax regulations for further information. There are special rules for foreign LLCs.

    The federal government does not recognize an LLC as a classification for federal tax purposes. An LLC business entity must file as a corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship tax return.



    Where's Wserra??? lol

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    13455 Noel Rd Lbby Dallas, TX 75240

    There are gobs of LLCs at that same address that Roscoe / Trey has his name or that of his close associate, John D. Marlin such as:

    Entertainment Ventures, LLC Company Profile - Located in Dallas, TX - Deborah A Thomas, James R Baker, John D Marlin, Roscoe F White

    Eq Ventures Gp, LLC Company Profile - Located in Dallas, TX - Deborah A Thomas, James R Baker, John D Marlin, Roscoe F White

    Forefront Consultants, LLC Company Profile - Located in Dallas, TX - John D Marlin

    Global Earthquest Ventures, Lp Company Profile - Located in Dallas, TX - Eq Ventures Gp, LLC

    Jdmarlin Real Estate, LLC Company Profile - Located in Dallas, TX - John D Marlin

    Ma Annuity, LLC Company Profile - Located in Dallas, TX - Deborah A Thomas, James R Baker, John D Marlin, Roscoe F White

    Ma Boerne Partners Holdings, LLC Company Profile - Located in Dallas, TX - Wv Holdings LLC, Jdmarlin Real Estate, LLC, Deborah A Thomas, John D Marlin

    Ma Boerne Partners, Lp Company Profile - Located in Dallas, TX - Ma Boerne Partners Holdings, LLC

    Ma-Bp Holdings, LLC Company Profile - Located in Dallas, TX - Wv Holdings LLC, Jdmarlin Real Estate, LLC, Deborah A Thomas, John D Marlin

    Masl, LLC Company Profile - Located in Dallas, TX - Deborah A Thomas, John D Marlin

    Sedona Lakes Homeowners' Association Company Profile - Located in Dallas, TX - John D Marlin, Neal Heckel, Steve Maglisceau

    Wv Holdings LLC Company Profile - Located in Dallas, TX

    There was also a Scandirect at that same address years ago.

    I sure as heck don't see the deal that garnered anyone billions of dollars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unsaved Trash View Post
    Doesn't "Trey" sound a little better than Roscoe? Here is a little bit more:

    Trey White, aka Fred White III, aka Roscoe F. White III ......He’s a guy who (alongside his dad) set up homestore.com, which was a big successful company during the dot com bubble and then fizzled into very little in the midst of plummeting stock prices, DOJ investigations, class action lawsuits, misleading financial statements and etc.

    Since then, he’s run a number of different companies out of one office, the only one of them that shows up often in third-party sources is White Energy, which as you’ve acknowledged, went bankrupt.

    Trey White and Evolv have done a great deal of work to make sure that their sites (or link to their sites, or postings made to point to their sites) are the only things that show up on web searches. Once you get beyond those self-generated hype pieces, there’s almost nothing about White or any of his companies online. There’s no independent verification of just about any of his claims, and when third parties chime in, they are generally — like MD Anderson — contesting White’s claims.


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    He's also known as Fred??? ROTFL!! Seriously?? Good Grief!!! lmao Interesting info about his business past also. Really interesting. These people have bullshit down to an exact science don't they? I think I'll change my name to Lance or Dalton or Biff or something now. Gerry just doesn't cut it anymore. lol

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    NAME
    DPS NUMBER
    SEX
    RACE
    DATE OF BIRTH
    CCH
    SOR
    NBF
    WHITE,ROSCOE F III
    03501841
    MALE
    WHITE
    05/09/1967
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    WHITE,ROSCOE F III (SID: 03501841)

    SEX
    RACE
    ETHNICITY
    HEIGHT
    WEIGHT
    EYES
    HAIR COLOR
    DL NUMBER
    FBI#
    DLU
    MALE
    WHITE

    602
    185
    BLUE
    Blond or Strawberry


    12/8/2005
    NAMES
    WHITE,ROSCOE F III (Primary)
    WHITE,ROSCOE F
    WHITE,ROSCOE FREDERICK
    BIRTHDATES
    05/09/1967 (Primary)

    Arrest Summary (TRN)
    DATE OF ARREST
    SEQUENCE CODE
    TRACKING NUMBER
    AGENCY DESCRIPTION
    11/06/1996
    A
    9002966768
    HOUSTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
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    Arrest Date: 11/06/1996


    DATE OF ARREST
    11/06/1996

    SEQUENCE CODE
    A

    TRACKING NUMBER
    9002966768

    AGENCY DESCRIPTION
    TXHPD0000 ( HOUSTON POLICE DEPARTMENT )


    CHARGE

    TRACKING SUFFIX
    A001


    OFFENSE DETAIL

    INTERNAL AGENCY CASE NUMBER
    127271396

    ARREST OFFENSE
    13990001 ( ASSAULT CAUSES BODILY INJ )

    ARREST OFFENSE CITATION
    22.01(A)(1)

    LEVEL AND DEGREE OF OFFENSE
    MA ( MISDEMEANOR - CLASS A )

    DATE OF OFFENSE
    09/29/1996

    ARREST DISPOSITION
    206 ( BAIL/RELEASED ON OWN RECOGNIZANCE )

    ARREST DISPOSITION DATE
    11/06/1996

    PROSECUTOR ORI REFERRED TO
    TX101015A ( DISTRICT ATTORNEYS OFFICE HOUSTON )


    PROSECUTION DETAIL

    AGENCY DESCRIPTION
    TX101015A ( DISTRICT ATTORNEYS OFFICE HOUSTON )

    PROSECUTOR ACTION FIELD
    A ( PROSECUTOR ACCEPTS THE CHARGE )

    PROSECUTOR OFFENSE
    13990001 ( ASSAULT CAUSES BODILY INJ )

    PROSECUTOR OFFENSE CITATION
    22.01(A)(1)

    LEVEL AND DEGREE PROSECUTED
    MA ( MISDEMEANOR - CLASS A )


    COURT STATUS

    COURT SEQUENCE
    a

    AGENCY DESCRIPTION
    TX101393J ( COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT AT LAW NO 9 HOUSTON )

    COURT OFFENSE
    13990001 ( ASSAULT CAUSES BODILY INJ )

    CITATION
    22.01(A)(1)

    LEVEL AND DEGREE OFFENSE
    MA ( MISDEMEANOR - CLASS A )

    COURT DISPOSITION
    310 ( CONVICTED )

    COURT DISPOSITION DATE
    02/07/1997

    DATE OF SENTENCE/STATUS
    02/07/1997

    CAUSE NUMBER
    964311301010

    FINAL PLEADING
    C ( NO CONTEST OR NOLO CONTENDERE )

    COURT CONFINEMENT
    4D

    COURT FINE
    400

    AGENCY RECEIVING CUSTODY
    TX1010000

    MULTIPLE SENTENCES CODE
    CC ( CONCURRENT )

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    A Fred / Roscoe White Jr. (Trey / Roscoe Frederick White III's dad) is mentioned in the SEC filing relating to taking the homestore.com public. It got him tangled up in this lawsuit which is referenced therein.

    Case Information Summary for Case Number
    1999-CH-04265
    Filing Date: 3/19/1999Case Type: GENERAL CHANCERY Division: Chancery DivisionDistrict: First Municipal Ad Damnum: $0.00Calendar: 01


    Party Information
    Plaintiff(s)Attorney(s)MOLINARE JOHN DJOHNSON BELL LTD
    33 W MONROE#2700
    CHICAGO IL, 60603
    (312) 372-0770

    Date of ServiceDefendant(s)Attorney(s)NETSELECT INC
    MULTISEARCH SOLUTIONS INC
    NEW LIST CORPORATION
    NATIONAL NEW HOMES CORP
    WHITE JR ROSCOE F


    Case Activity
    Activity Date: 3/19/1999Participant: MOLINARE JOHN DGENERAL CHANCERY FILED (JURY DEMAND) Court Fee: 420.00Attorney: JOHNSON BELL LTD
    Activity Date: 3/19/1999Participant: MOLINARE JOHN DCASE SET ON CASE MANAGEMENT CALL Date: 9/21/1999Court Time: 0915Court Room: 2510Judge: GETTY, MICHAEL B.Microfilm: CH000000000
    Activity Date: 8/18/1999Participant: MOLINARE JOHNCASE MGMT CALL NOTICE MAILED Date: 9/21/1999Court Time: 0915Court Room: 2510Judge: GETTY, MICHAEL B.
    Activity Date: 9/21/1999Participant: MOLINARE JOHN DGENERAL CHANCERY - DISMISSED FOR WANT OF PROSECUTION Court Room: 2510Judge: GETTY, MICHAEL B.Microfilm: CH990451856

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    The Opportunity
    The Evolv Story

    So what about our company? Our company is led by Trey White; he is a venture capitalist out of Dallas, Texas. He made his first mark on the business community back in the 90’s when he founded HomeBuilder.com. Now he merged that with Realtor.com and took it public from HomeStore.com with a $10 Billion dollar market cap — a pretty good day at the office! That led the way to Marlin Atlantis, which is 3rd largest residential land development company in the state of Texas with over 20,000 properties. Now that gave Trey the ability to invest $500 Million to create the 4th largest ethanol manufacturing facility in the country. So how did he do this? Trey has got the unique ability to spot the “disruptive technology” then align himself with the best of breed in management. And he has done exactly that with Evolv.
    The SEC filing about that is quite interesting. We can paly a rousing game of where is that White --- Trey / Roscoe Frederick White III.

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    Agreement and Plan of Reorganization - NetSelect Inc., National New Homes Co....

    THIS AGREEMENT AND PLAN OF REORGANIZATION (this "Agreement") is made and
    entered into as of June 20, 1998 (the "Effective Date") by and among NETSELECT,
    INC., a Delaware corporation ("NetSelect"), NATIONAL NEW HOMES CO, INC., a
    Delaware corporation and a wholly-owned subsidiary of NetSelect ("NNH"),
    MULTISEARCH SOLUTIONS, INC., a Texas corporation, and FRED WHITE, an individual,
    and R. FRED WHITE III (TREY), an individual (collectively, the "Shareholders")....


    2. PLAN OF REORGANIZATION

    2.1 The Merger. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement and
    ----------
    the Agreement of Merger, MSS shall be merged with and into NNH in accordance
    with the applicable provisions of the laws of the States of Delaware and Texas
    and with the terms and conditions of this Agreement and the Agreement of Merger,
    so that:

    (a) At the Effective Time (as defined below), MSS shall be merged with
    and into NNH. As a result of the Merger, the separate corporate existence of
    MSS shall cease and NNH shall continue as the surviving corporation (sometimes
    referred to herein as the "Surviving Corporation") and shall succeed to and
    assume all of the rights and obligations of MSS in accordance with the laws of
    Delaware.....

    IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement as of
    the date first above written.

    NETSELECT, INC. MULTISEARCH SYSTEMS, INC.
    a Delaware corporation a Texas corporation



    By: /s/ Stuart Wolff By: /s/ Fred White
    ----------------------------------- -------------------------------
    Stuart Wolff Fred White, President
    Chairman and Chief Executive Officer


    NATIONAL NEW HOMES CO, INC. SHAREHOLDERS
    a Delaware corporation
    FRED WHITE


    By: /s/ Stuart Wolff /s/ Fred White
    ---------------------------------- ----------------------------------
    Stuart Wolff Fred White, individually
    Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

    R. FRED WHITE III (TREY)

    /s/ R. Fred White III
    ----------------------------------
    R. Fred White III, individually

    So Trey White is nothing more than a shareholder in his dad's stuff. That hardly makes him the guy that took the Homestore.com public. The whole sordid mess ended up in the hands of Stuart Wolff who is now in prison.

    Wolff sentenced to 4.5 years in prison | Inman News

    Former Homestore.com chairman and CEO Stuart Wolff was sentenced to 4 1/2 years in prison Monday after a judge rejected a plea by his lawyers for a lighter sentence.
    A plea agreement Wolff signed in January called for him to spend between three and five years in prison for his role in a scheme that artificially inflated Homestore's revenue in 2001. Wolff pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit securities fraud.
    Wolff's attorneys maintained that he should receive the lightest possible sentence possible under the agreement because he signed off on the scheme but did not initiate it.
    Homestore, which operates Realtor.com, rebranded as Move Inc. after other top executives were convicted of engineering circular advertising deals that the company later admitted inflated the company's revenue by nearly $200 million.
    In sentencing Wolff, U.S. District Judge Gary Feess said the Homestore scheme caused "widespread injury to untold numbers of people in the stock market," and was a "calculated deception of the public."
    Former Homestore executive vice president Peter Tafeen was previously sentenced to 27 months in prison; former Homestore chief operating officer John Giesecke received 12 months; and chief financial officer Joseph Shew 6 months.
    Before Monday's sentencing hearing, Wolff's attorneys argued that he was merely in a position to "green light" the fraud, while Tafeen was "the admitted master-mind and architect of the scheme" and Shew "the day-to-day implementer."
    Prosecutors said the relatively lenient sentences handed down to Shew, Giesecke, and Tafeen reflected their willingness to cooperate with the government in efforts to prosecute Wolff and others. Shew and Giesecke, they noted, entered guilty pleas and accepted responsibility for their actions eight years ago.
    A total of 11 defendants had previously been convicted in the case, including executives at companies that participated in the circular advertising deals that helped Homestore inflate its earnings.
    At a previous trial in 2006, Wolff, now 46, was convicted of more than a dozen criminal charges and sentenced to 15 years in prison.
    An appeals court reversed the conviction, saying the judge presiding over the trial should have recused himself because he owned stock in America Online, one of the companies that allegedly served as third-party intermediaries in the circular advertising deals.
    In the leadup to Wolff's retrial, his new defense team claimed it had uncovered evidence that employees of Homestore's accounting firm, PricewaterhouseCoopers, modified or destroyed evidence in the case.
    The accounting firm has said its employees "complied with professional standards," but prosecutors acknowledged "inconsistencies" in statements by the accounting firm and dropped four counts of the 23-count indictment pending against him (see story).
    The eight-year investigation and legal battles have "been draining emotionally and physically and will almost if not entirely wipe (Wolff) out financially," his attorneys said in a March 31 filing outlining their case for a light sentence.
    The notoriety and length of the case mean a three-year sentence would be a sufficient deterrent to others considering similar crimes, Wolff's lawyers argued, and also provide the punitive punishment called for by the law.
    Wolff's criminal conviction, "reported in the press and forever available in this Internet age, effectively brands him a pariah for the rest of his life," his attorneys said.
    Wolff's defense team submitted letters from relatives, colleagues and friends describing his conduct as "out of character" with his values and his "humble and caring upbringing."
    Wolff, who founded the company that would become Homestore at age 33, "is truly sorry for his actions, takes full responsibility for his conduct, realizes and feels devastated by the harms caused, and knows that he likely will live the rest of his life making amends for his misconduct," his attorneys said.

    The letters included pleas for a lenient sentence from Wolff's mother and father, his sister, his wife, and one of his sons.
    In their response, prosecutors said they did not dispute "the sincerity of the moving letters submitted by Wolff’s family and friends."
    But Wolff has displayed "selective memory" about his involvement of "the pervasive misconduct of his key lieutenants and their subordinates," prosecutors said, and was in fact "a key player in this significant financial scandal."
    Prosecutors were also unmoved by Wolff's claim that he was unable to pay more than $5 million in restitution.
    Wolff netted more than $8.6 million from sales of Homestore stock between April and August of 2001, prosecutors said. Until recently, Wolff has "consistently reported assets" of greater than $8 million, prosecutors said, but now claims the value of his Westlake Village home has fallen by 20 percent and that his hedge-fund investments are worth 60 percent less than previously reported.
    Judge Fees put off a decision on how much restitution Wolff will be required to pay.
    Prosecutors estimate Homestore investors lost $1.6 billion after the fraud was discovered -- a claim Wolff's attorneys say is based on an oversimplified analysis of the decline in the company's share price.
    There is no evidence as to how many shareholders sold how many shares after the fraud was revealed, Wolff's attorneys said, and the government made no attempt to determine how much of the underlying value of the stock due was artificially induced through fraud.
    Prosecutors countered that the law does not require them to prove the precise loss that each shareholder incurred during the period of the fraud.
    "It is obviously not possible for the government to interview all of the Homestore shareholders who bought or held the company’s stock during 2001 regarding the losses caused by the fraud scheme," prosecutors said.
    In a separate civil suit, attorneys for Homestore investors have collected more than $120 million in damages through settlements with Homestore, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and others (see story).
    Wolff is the final defendant in the civil case, with proceedings suspended pending the outcome of his criminal trial.
    Wolff's plea agreement stipulates that he should receive credit for any payments he makes in the civil suit and in another case brought by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
    "I'm glad he's finally taking responsibility for at least a portion of the fraud of Homestore," said Nancy Fineman a Burlingame, Calif.-based attorney representing Homestore investors. "It's kind of too bad he didn't 10 years ago when this all broke, like some others did."
    A scheduling conference in the civil case is set for May 11.
    "We are interested in seeking all from him that we can get," Fineman said before Wolff was sentenced Monday. "Whatever prison sentence he has, he will still be a fairly young man."
    Wolff has requested to serve his time at a federal prison camp in Santa Barbara County, Calif. -- the Federal Correctional Institution, Lompoc. He was ordered to begin serving his sentence by June 21, 2010. He will be about 51 when he is released.
    Obviously, homestore.com did fabulous thanks to Trey White. Keep bragging Trey and I will keep digging!

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    WHITE VENTURES - ABOUT US - Team
    Trey White, CEO
    As Chairman and CEO of White Ventures, Ltd., Mr. White guides the control and management of the company's interests in real property, real estate development, manufacturing, oil and gas, and technology. He is also committed to investment in the production of renewable fuel sources, both domestic and global. His philosophy is defined by investment in forward-thinking solutions that technology will accelerate, creating exponential benefits and new markets in global economies.
    He was born a third-generation entrepreneur in Dallas. From young adulthood he devoted time and effort to long-term projections for business success. Understanding that being first to market is a huge advantage, he directed energy toward achievements that positioned him ahead of competitors. To date, he has placed capital of more than $1.5B into companies he founded or co-founded:
    NewHomeSearch, a revolutionary electronic communication tool for Realtors® and new home builders, gained 100% penetration in the Dallas market within two years of inception and grew to ten markets with an innovative client-server-based application.
    NewHomeSearch.com, renamed HomeBuilder.com, the first portal for searching real estate listings, quickly expanded to seventy-five markets and became the official Web site of the National Association of Homebuilders.
    The merger of HomeBuilder.com with Realtor.com took the two companies public as HomeStore.com, raised $800M in two offerings, drove stock to $160 per share, and resulted in an $11B market cap.
    Mr. White liquidated his equity position in HomeStore.com in the year 2000 and founded White Ventures, an enterprise created to invest in angel rounds, start-ups, emerging markets, and real estate development opportunities.
    In 2002, White Ventures began investing in multi-phased, single-family, residential developments and, in 2003, provided the start-up capital to form Marlin Atlantis. This new entity, under the direction of an outstanding management team, took advantage of low interest rates and strong residential housing markets. To date, Marlin Atlantis has entitled and/or developed eighteen residential communities, including five master-planned developments in major Texas markets. The enterprise has deployed more than $200M in capital and is one of the largest residential community developers in Texas, with more than 20,000 single family lots in inventory.
    Also in 2003, Mr. White founded White Energy, a company funded to take advantage of the high cost of oil, reduce dependence on foreign oil, and reduce carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels by building destination, fuel-grade, ethanol plants. In 2005, White Energy received its air permit to build in Texas - and the first new facility model created a destination plant trend that continues today in Texas, California, New York, Colorado, Kansas and Florida. White Energy will be the fifth-largest US producer and the largest Texas producer of ethanol when the 200M gallons of Texas production are online in 4th quarter, 2007.
    Mr. White has created and pioneered markets using a best-of-breed management team methodology - and he leads several organizations, charitable as well as for-profit, against which other companies and efforts are measured.
    His mental and physical cornerstones for success include surrounding himself with smart, experienced, respected individuals - at the top of their industries. He and his associates possess the ability to take measured risks, cultivate instincts for emerging markets, and demonstrate the acute market-awareness necessary for properly timed exits. He considers these aspects of business acumen "simple rules for a complex world, instrumental in stacking odds toward the probability of success."
    Trey White

    <H1>Trey White — Founder & Chairman

    </H1>


    Mr. White’s philosophy is defined by investing in forward–thinking solutions with an eye toward technology and first-to-market advantages. He was born a third–generation entrepreneur in Dallas. Understanding that being first to market is a huge advantage, he directed energy toward achievements that positioned him ahead of competitors in emerging markets. To date, he has placed capital of more than $1.5B into companies he founded or co–founded.

    Mr. White co–founded NewHomeSearch, a revolutionary electronic real estate listing service for Realtors® and new home builders, gained 100% penetration in the Dallas market within two years of inception and grew to ten markets with an innovative client–server–based application. NewHomeSearch, renamed HomeBuilder.com in 1996, created the first Internet portal for searching real estate listings, quickly expanded to seventy–five markets and became the official Web site of the National Association of Homebuilders. Mr. White oversaw the merger of HomeBuilder.com with Realtor.com and participated in taking the two companies public as HomeStore.com, raised $800M in two offerings, drove stock to $160 per share and resulted in a $9B market cap at its peak.

    In 2002 Mr. White began investing in multi–phased, single–family, residential developments and, in 2003, provided the start–up capital to form Marlin Atlantis. This new entity, under the direction of an outstanding management team, took advantage of low interest rates and strong residential housing markets in Texas. To date, Marlin Atlantis has entitled and/or developed eighteen residential communities, including five master–planned developments in major Texas markets. The enterprise has deployed more than $200M in capital and is one of the largest residential community developers in Texas, with more than 20,000 single family lots in inventory. Marlin Atlantis is currently in the process of designing a $500M theme park in Houston, Texas named EarthQuest. EarthQuest will be the first mega theme park built in the US since DisneyWorld. Its unique position in the Houston market is projected to attract over 3M visitors per year and raise the bar in entertainment while delivering an eco conscious message.

    Also in 2003, Mr. White founded White Energy, a company funded to take advantage of the high cost of oil, reduce dependence on foreign oil, and reduce carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels by building destination, fuel–grade, ethanol plants. In 2005, White Energy received its air permit to build in Texas. The first new facility created a destination plant trend that continues today in Texas, California, New York, Colorado, Kansas and Florida. White Energy produces 250M gallons of ethanol in three facilities, the fifth–largest US producer and the largest Texas refiner of fuel grade ethanol. To date, White Energy has deployed over $500M into renewable energy investments.

    Mr. White has created and pioneered markets using a best–of–breed management team methodology as he leads several organizations, charitable as well as for–profit, against which other companies and efforts are measured. His mental and physical cornerstones for success include surrounding himself with smart, experienced, respected individuals at the top of their industries. He and his associates possess the ability to take measured risks, cultivate instincts for emerging markets, and demonstrate the acute market–awareness necessary for properly timed exits. He considers these aspects of business acumen “simple rules for a complex world, instrumental in stacking odds toward the probability of success.”
    9, 11, 10 billion??? Which is it Trey? Is it hard to keep those stories straight.
    The listed management includes:

    http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/da...-99-000946.txt
    MANAGEMENT

    Executive Officers and Directors

    The following table sets forth certain information regarding our executive
    officers and directors as of March 31, 1999.

    <TABLE>
    <CAPTION>
    Name Age Position
    ---- --- --------
    <S> <C> <C>
    Stuart H. Wolff, Ph.D... 36 Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
    Michael A. Buckman...... 51 President and Chief Operating Officer
    John M. Giesecke, Jr.... 38 Chief Financial Officer, Vice President and Secretary
    Catherine Kwong Giffen.. 34 Vice President, Human Resources and Administration
    David M. Rosenblatt..... 34 Vice President, Marketing and General Counsel
    Joseph J. Shew.......... 33 Vice President, Finance
    Peter B. Tafeen......... 30 Vice President, Business Development
    Michael C. Brooks....... 54 Director
    James G. Brown.......... 34 Director
    L. John Doerr........... 49 Director
    Joe F. Hanauer.......... 61 Director
    Richard R. Janssen...... 50 Director
    William E. Kelvie....... 51 Director
    Kenneth K. Klein........ 55 Director
    </TABLE>

    Stuart H. Wolff, Ph.D. joined HomeStore.com in November 1996 as Chairman
    and Chief Executive Officer. From September 1994 to September 1996, Dr. Wolff
    was Vice President of Business Services at TCI Interactive and at AND
    Interactive, subsidiaries of TCI Communications, Inc., a cable company. Prior
    to his tenure at TCI Communications, Inc. Dr. Wolff was an engineer at IBM and
    a research scientist at AT&T Bell Labs. In 1986 he was recognized by the
    Japanese Ministry of Education and awarded the Monbushu Fellowship at the
    Tokyo Institute of Technology. Dr. Wolff received a B.S. in electrical
    engineering from Brown University and an M.E.E. and Ph.D. in electrical
    engineering from Princeton University.
    Where is our boy Trey / Roscoe Frederick White III????

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    Evolv MLM Review - What Do Billionaires Trey White, Donald Trump and Warren Buffet Have in Common?
    Evolv Distributors Are Licking Their Chops
    Evolv distributors have never been at a better place in this industry than today with Trey White coming on board as an investor. They will be able to use his billionaire status to support their argument that Evolv is well capitalized and is going to be around for a very long time. The last thing a distributor wants is to waste their precious time promoting a MLM company only to have it go bankrupt from lack of cash flow and management. This will be the crucial selling point that Evolv distributors should capitalize on when giving their business presentation to a prospect or a group of people at a meeting.
    Think how well capitalized White Energy was. All Trey's bragging and it imploded into bankruptcy and the multi-billionaire Trey White didn't swoop in to the rescue??? MLMs are fly by night ventures by their very nature and the industry seems to acknowledge a 97% failure rate for its independent contractors / reps. Why would the zero water be any different?

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    Brookville Estates
    Price:From $132,990 to $167,990iNest Rebate:From $1,330 Builder:Holiday BuildersHome Type:Single-Family HomeSquare Footage:2,003 to 3,178Bedrooms:3 to 4Bathrooms:2 to 2.5 Take coupon with you on your first visit.
    I don't think a handful of cheap tract homes in Forney made Trey his billions.

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    History Maker Homes
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    Not the stuff billions are made from either.

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    Residents To Bowen Homes: Clean Up Your Mess!

    http://www.dallasobserver.com/2009-03-19/news/dallas-wants-to-be-a-green-city-so-why-not-save-some-trees/

    Dallas Wants to be a Green City, So Why Not Save Some Trees?



    AAA Comments (10) By Alexa Schirtzinger Thursday, Mar 19 2009
    On a windswept rise in southwest Dallas, Frank Bracken squints into the late-afternoon sun and sweeps his wiry, flannel-clad arm across the empty expanse of chalky white caliche. This ridge used to be thick with 30-foot jade-green cedar and oak trees, the only species tenacious enough to cling to the rocky ground, their roots holding the soil in place. Today, it resembles the nihilistic work of some profiteering strip miner. Bracken, who owns a farm just south of here, and his neighbors call this land "the moonscape" for its lack of vegetation and stark, white rock. The developer's Web site, though, calls it Grady Niblo Estates—"a peaceful and serene family retreat."
    Four years ago, development company Marlin Atlantis bought this land, a verdant hill near Duncanville, planning to build a high-end subdivision with homes priced between $250,000 and $500,000. In a series of community meetings in late 2004, Bracken and his neighbors heard promises about preserving old-growth trees and directed the developer to a nearby subdivision—gorgeous, winding streets shaded with ancient oak and pecan trees—that neighbors hoped would be the model for Grady Niblo.
    Mark Graham
    A plastic fence separates shady, wooded yards from a once-forested lot that developers of Grady Niblo Estates clear-cut to make room for a new subdivision (above). Trees, apparently, weren’t on the list of things the developers wanted to preserve in the development, which neighbors describe as a moonscape.

    But in the summer of 2005, a plume of ominous white dust rose from the Grady Niblo site, and before long, every tree was gone. The last to go, says Bracken, was a row of cedar trees that blocked the view from the street; no one could tell what was happening until it was too late. Hundreds of semi trucks carted away the mulched trees. The developer did not return Dallas Observer calls seeking comment.
    For three years, the land stood empty. Erosion washed silt and rocks into ruts left by the bulldozers, carving deep furrows in the land and choking storm sewers. Today, Phase I of Grady Niblo Estates remains unfinished, with only a handful of imposing brick houses rising from the apocalyptic landscape. There are no sidewalks, just streets and a few driveways. A lone metal street sign, oblivious to its own irony, marks the corner of "Nature's Way" and "Preservation Lane."
    After the bulldozers left, Marlin Atlantis could hardly make good on its promise to preserve old-growth trees, and Bracken and his neighbors were relegated to demanding that the developer at least fulfill its city-mandated obligation to replant trees equivalent to what it had cut down.
    The city of Dallas' tree ordinance requires that when a landowner cuts down protected trees—trees of certain species that are more than 8 inches thick—he or she has must "mitigate" for the cut trees in one of three ways: replanting, paying into a reforestation fund or donating trees to the city. The landowner, however, can claim a "special exception" to mitigation if he or she can prove to the city that replanting "will unreasonably burden" the property's use and that taking the exception won't harm neighboring property.
    Marlin Atlantis sought an exception based on what it said was a prior agreement it had reached with the Dallas city attorney to satisfy its mitigation obligation by donating to the city as parkland a wooded ravine on the western edge of Grady Niblo.
    Bracken and his neighbors, sick of dealing with silt in their sewer system and the dust rising from the empty land next door, hoped the city would see it their way and deny the developer an exception.
    In November 2007, the Dallas Zoning Board of Adjustment rejected Marlin Atlantis' bid for an exception from the replanting requirement. In 2008, Marlin Atlantis' lender, Graham Investments Inc., foreclosed on the property, and that August, Graham brought a similar case before the board, whose ruling created a unique mitigation arrangement that attempted to satisfy the residents and the lender. According to Joe Graham, president of Graham Investments, his company has "spent a tremendous amount of time and money trying to do the right thing," including paying out "over $450,000 so far" to bring the property into compliance.
    The tangible effects of that half-million seem scant: a thin layer of black dirt seeded with grass has been spread to cover the white caliche and slow erosion, and a pitiful line of oak and ash trees has been planted atop a levee at the far end of the property. Several of these trees tremble at rakish angles, their thin trunks no match for the wind that now buffets this treeless plain. Their roots—some of them still coiled in the ball like those of an unplanted tree—are unable to penetrate the hard, white rock and have done little to stanch soil erosion. Bracken says that dirt and rocks still fill the roads and clog the sewers when it rains, and city officials who might monitor compliance with the ruling are a rare sight at the moonscape.

    Marlin Atlantis ain't the billion dollar special either it seems. Go hug a tree today Trey!

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