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    Tru Dynamics Jim Piccolo / Tim Darnell

    Tru Dynamics was the second of 5 large ticket conference / pyramid schemes that Tim Darnell was involved with. Darnell wrote a glowing testimonial about being his own man and making a fabulous income and his wife being able to stay home with the kiddies and more, but in reality it was another scam that quickly imploded leaving a trail of devastation in its wake and some fascinating testimony under oath by Darnell.

    His downline sued him and Darnell in County Court at Law # 3 in Dallas renounced his citizenship to try to weasel out of that legitimate lawsuit.

    Millionaire Mindsetters - Page 1 - News - Houston - Houston Press
    The first thing you need to know about Timothy Spencer Darnell is that he's not a U.S. citizen. Or at least not when it suits him.


    In 2001, three months after a former client sued Darnell, Darnell filed an affidavit in Dallas County Court claiming that he's not a citizen, that the Dallas County Court-at-Law #3 is "an underling corporate fiction of the State of Texas, a corporation and a fiction," and that the court has no jurisdiction over him. Darnell's renunciation of the United States of America was supplemented by supporting affidavits by other Dallas-area noncitizens who claimed that Darnell "cannot receive a fair and impartial trial by jury of his peers by law in County Court-at-Law #3." When contacted by the Houston Press, affiant Mary Lou Starnater declined to say why she filed that affidavit, then hung up. (Darnell's wife's maiden name is Starnater.)


    Brett Flagg, the Dallas attorney who represented Darnell's disgruntled client, said his client invested several thousand dollars in a company Darnell ran called Tru Dynamics. Flagg said the affidavit signaled a hard row ahead for his client, who decided to just call it a loss and move on.


    Darnell has an entirely different recollection. He says he did not file the affidavit in response to a suit, but as a response to an affidavit filed by someone else that included Darnell's name in all upper-case letters.


    Maybe it's best to let Darnell explain in his own words:


    "The use of my name in upper-case letters...What that does, when you use uppercase letters, it signifies that you are a state-created entity. In other words...you're not a living human being, you're a corporation. And I was disputing that fact by this affidavit."
    Uh, okay. And that stuff about not being a U.S. citizen?
    Darnell offers this clear, riddle-free response:


    "There is a definition of the United States...the specific definition of that is Washington, D.C. and Guam and some of the holdings of the United States -- I think it's a 17-mile radius, if I remember correctly, around the capital: there's a definition that says that that's what the United States is, and I am clarifying that that is not the case. I do not live there."
    Here is his original filing:
    Tim Darnelll (Timothy Spencer Darnell) Non-citizen / Not a Texas Resident / Mary Lou Starnater Affiant
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    Re: Tru Dynamics Jim Piccolo / Tim Darnell

    I archived the website years ago:
    TDI (Travel Dynamics, Inc.) (OTCBB:TDNM) is a Nevada corporation (referred to with its subsidiary as the Company or TDI) does business through a wholly owned operating subsidiary, Tru Dynamics, Inc. The Company's common stock trades on the OTC Bulletin Board under the symbol TDNM.

    TDI, through its operating subsidiary, Tru Dynamics, is an educational and lifestyle marketing Company with a growing emphasis on global electronic commerce. Its products include the flagship Entertainment and Travel Package, tax reduction programs, various marketing, training and motivational conferences, and now e-Commerce website programs and Internet Access Service.

    A rising proportion of the Company's revenues are derived from educational, training and motivational seminars targeted to operators of home-based businesses. The Company charges a fee for attending these seminars, providing an additional income stream to the Company.

    In 1999, Tru Dynamics introduced a new family of tax reduction products. The programs are designed to assist individuals, small business owners and financial managers to fully understand, appreciate and implement all the various special tax breaks available to them. The first two day TruTax Conference was held in Phoenix in January 2000.

    In March 2000, Tru Dynamics announced its new "Tru Commerce System" e-Commerce program. The e-Commerce site will include the "Tru Mall" general merchandise Internet mall, and the "Tru Travel" travel services site. The Tru Mall will offer a wide variety of general merchandise stores and also the Company's travel, lifestyle and entertainment products to visitors. Tru Travel will offer special travel discounts, travel booking and travel and entertainment information. The first phase of the Tru Commerce System was launched at the most recent Executive Conference Experience in Cancun, Mexico June 2, 2000. The Company plans to continuously add new products and services to this dynamic website program.

    Management
    Jim Piccolo - President & Chief Executive Officer, co-founded Travel Dynamics, Inc. in March 1998, after a successful career as a nationally recognized after-market sport truck accessory entrepreneur and designer. Piccolo founded and operated many innovative companies domestically, as well as creating several large manufacturing concerns in Mexico under the maquladora program. Piccolo is credited with developing the first training and coop advertising program of its kind for aftermarket sport truck installers nationwide. His warehouse distributor and jobber education and national advertising programs gained Piccolo national recognition as a innovative marketer and merchandiser. Piccolo was the co-founder of the International Sport Truck Association and has been endorsed in national enthusiast publications as being one of the most recognized visionaries and innovators of his time in the mass-market arena. He holds a Business Management degree from the University of Nebraska.

    Richard A. Miller - Chief Financial Officer, prior to joining Tru Dynamics, Inc., Miller served for more than 14 years with rural metro Corporation, a $500 million provider of healthcare and emergency services throughout the United States, Canada and South America. In his most recent position, he was Chief Financial Officer of EMS Partnership and Director of Operational Analysis. In just three years he was instrumental in improving EMS Partnership's operating performance by $10 million, increasing collections by 3-5% and developing and performing training and mentoring programs for senior level managers. Miller is a Certified Public Accountant.

    Dean Robinson - Director of Compliance. Mr. Robinson has more than 27 years of experience in the direct marketing industry. A successful entrepreneur, he began consulting in 1979 after several years as a marketing executive with public and private companies. He has advised more than 80 companies over the past 18 years on matters ranging from startup, to marketing, to sales and commercialization. He is a recognized authority on network marketing, direct sales and compliance and is the author of numerous articles, manuals and marketing materials. He is the co-author of the book Network Marketing.

    Company Contacts
    Auditors
    Hansen, Barnett & Maxwell
    345 E. Broadway, Suite 200
    Salt Lake City, UT 84111

    Corporate Counsel
    Jennings, Strouss& Salmon, P.L.C.
    One Renaissance Square
    2 North Central Ave., Suite 1600
    Phoenix, AZ 85004

    Transfer Agent
    Pacific Stock Transfer
    P.O. Box 93385
    Las Vegas, NV 89193
    (702) 361-3033

    Investor Relations
    To order an Investor Relations Package, contact Betty Peterson at:
    Email - bpeterson@TruDynamics.com
    Phone - (480) 949-9500
    Fax - (480) 627-5428
    For additional information on TDNM, please contact Travis Morgan Securities at:
    (800) 579-9590

    Company's Headquarters
    4150 N. Drinkwater Blvd.
    5th Floor
    Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    (480) 949-9500

    This information contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including, without limitation, statements of the Company's expectations, beliefs, estimates, intentions, and strategies about the future. Information contained in such forward-looking statements is difficult to predict, therefore actual results may differ materially.

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    Re: Tru Dynamics Jim Piccolo / Tim Darnell

    This area is one of the most powerful elements in your Back Office as it allows you to manage many aspects of your business. This cutting-edge technology is provided to Tru Dynamics associates through the Tru Commerce system.
    With the ability to have up-to-date information available on the Internet, you're able to spend more time marketing and supporting your business, instead of shuffling through paperwork and files. The snapshot information will help you see the results of your efforts, almost instantly.
    There are many things you can accomplish within the Business Management section, here is a brief outline of some of the features and reports provided:

    • Manage My TruTeam
      Recruit online, give a tour of your Tru Team organization or email members of your downline.
    • Activation Report
      Monitor your qualifying sales. Check this report to see when you qualify as a Tru Director.
    • Tru Director Sales:
      Once you have met your activation requirements and you are a qualified Tru Director, this report will list all of the Tru Team sales from which you will receive Retail Profit!
    • Tru Team Point Detail
      Review a report of TruTeam product purchases for your organization, identified by Date, Product Type, Customer and Selling Associate.
    • VIP/ISP Sales
      View your monthly VIP/ISP Sales.
    • Purchases in Mall Stores
      See the purchases that have been made in your own Tru Mall.
    • Store Commission Rates:
      View a list of all current stores in the Tru Mall and their corresponding commission rates paid to Tru Dynamics.
    • Manage Subscribers
      Your Tru Travel Deals Subscriber data is at your fingertips. Even build and manage your own ad campaign!
    • Affinity Group Listing
      Take a look at the current organizations registered with the Tru Dynamics Affinity Program, and the groups under consideration.


    The conferences have been a very successful part of the Tru Dynamics family of products and services. They have brought incredible life-changing experiences to thousands of people.
    Here's a brief overview of what the various conference experiences offer:
    Senior Conference Experience

    The Senior conference was developed to assist individuals, small and home-based business owners and financial managers to fully understand, appreciate and implement all the various special tax breaks available to them. Tax breaks that can result in saving from $5,000 to $20,000 every year, depending on their income level and expenses.

    Executive Conference Experience

    The Tru Dynamics Executive Conference Experience is a three-day business building, life-enhancement symposium. As a Conference attendee, you will enjoy expert sales trainers and motivational speakers (many of them internationally acclaimed) as they assist you in increasing your personal effectiveness, learn new business and marketing techniques and sharpen your personal motivational skills.

    Presidential Conference Experience

    This event is for those who are ready to take their business, their finances and their lives to a new level! Absolutely nothing is spared in the way of luxury with respect to this event. Financial and Legal experts will present powerful, proven strategies to assist you in managing revenue. You will obtain a close look at global opportunities in real estate, equity and mutual funds, tax reduction, estate planning and asset accumulation.

    As more information becomes available on upcoming conferences, you'll be able to return here to gain detailed information, forms, marketing materials, and more.

    Tru Dynamics occasionally hosts a National Conference which gives Tru Dynamics associates the opportunity to gather and receive the latest and greatest information, motivation, and training available.
    Past National Conferences have drawn thousands of attendees and have helped propel many associates success as they have had the opportunity to rub shoulders with leaders and build effective business relationships.
    Information is available on the next National Conference, in Denver, Colorado, March 16th & 17th, 2001. You'll be able to find all the details and you can register ONLINE for this event.
    When placing an announcement for a meeting, only the following information will be provided. Submit announcments to TruMail@TruDynamics.com. Please look at the sample below as a guideline for submission:
    Sample Presentation
    Meeting Type: Opportunity (or Training)
    Date: Every Thursday at 7:30pm (MST)
    Location: Some Hotel
    City: Anytown
    Contact: Jim Smith; (801) 123-4567 or
    jsmith@samplemail.com
    *These meeting notices are given as a courtesy to the sponsoring Associates and all other Associates who desire to participate. Posting these events does not imply company sponsorship or endorsement.



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    This is where Darnell got more ideas for the 3 conference scams he founded after this clunker imploded.

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    Re: Tru Dynamics Jim Piccolo / Tim Darnell


    REGION 1 MEETINGS


    Arizona

    California

    LA Area Business Presentation
    Meeting Type: Opportunity (Business Attire Please)
    Date: Every Wednesday at 7:00pm (PST)
    Location: Home of Eli and Jillina Dafesh
    City: Oak Park
    Contact: Jillina or Eli Dafesh; (818) 879-5161

    Hawaii

    New Mexico

    Nevada


    When placing an announcement for a meeting, the following information will be provided. Submit announcments to TruMail@TruDynamics.com. Please look at the sample below as a guideline for submission:
    Sample Presentation
    Meeting Type: Opportunity (or Training)
    Date: Every Thursday at 7:30pm (MST)
    Location: Some Hotel
    City: Anytown
    Contact: Jim Smith; (801) 123-4567 or
    jsmith@samplemail.com
    *These meeting notices are given as a courtesy to the sponsoring Associates and all other Associates who desire to participate. Posting these events does not imply company sponsorship or endorsement.





    REGION 2 MEETINGS


    Alaska

    Colorado

    Super Saturday Event
    Meeting Type: Sales Presentation and Director Training
    Date: February 24, 2001
    Time: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
    Attendance: $25/person or $35/couple
    Location: DoubleTree Hotel in Aurora, 13696 E. Iliff Place (I-225 & Iliff)
    (Overnight accommodations available for $59.95 incl. breakfast)
    City: Aurora
    Contact: Mike or Lisa Coyne @ 303-838-1338

    Idaho

    Boise
    Guest Presentation
    Meeting Type: OpportunityDate: Every Thursday at 7:00pm (MST)
    Location: Rodeway Inn; 1115 Curtis Rd.
    City: Boise
    Contact: Bart & Yvonne Wood; vonwood@trufamily.com

    Montana

    Oregon

    Utah

    Super Saturday Event

    Meeting Type: Business Presentation & Training
    Special Guest: JIM PICCOLO, CEO & Founder of Tru Dynamics
    Host: Bob Snyder, Presidential Advisory Board Spokesperson
    Attendance: FREE Business Presentation from 10:00-10:30 am;
    __________$25/person or $35/couple for Training 10:30-5:00 pm with break for lunch
    Date: February 10, 2001
    Location: Holiday Inn, 999 S. Main Street
    City: Salt Lake City
    Contact: Bob Snyder; http://web.archive.org/web/20010207034119/http://www.trudynamics.com/BackOffice/Events/Regional/region_2/mail%20to:%20bobsnyder@TruFamily.com

    St. George Presentation & Training
    Meeting Type: Opportunity and TrainingDate: Thursday, January 18, 2001 at 6:00pm (MST)
    Location: Four Points Sheraton, 1450 S. Hilton Dr.
    City: St. George
    Contact: Claudia Cawley @ (520) 875-2307
    or
    Elizabeth Knudson
    @ (520) 875-8170

    Salt Lake City
    Business Presentation
    Meeting Type: Opportunity
    Date: Every Tuesday at 7:30pm (MST)
    Location: Holiday Inn Downtown; 999 So. Main Street
    City: Salt Lake City
    Contact: Bob Snyder;
    bobsnyder@trufamily.com
    Utah
    Valley Presentation
    Meeting Type: OpportunityDate: Every Thursday at 7:30pm (MST)
    Location: Home of Doug & Toni Banks
    City: Orem
    Contact: Doug & Toni Banks; (801) 226-6065 or banksusa@trufamily.com

    Southern Utah Presentation
    Meeting Type: OpportunityDate: Every Tuesday at 7:30pm (MST)
    Location: Home of Susan Goodell
    City: Leeds
    Contact: Susan Goodell; (435) 879-2691 or sprez@sginet.com

    Kaysville Business Presentation

    Meeting Type: Opportunity
    Date: Every Wednesday at 7:30 pm (MST)
    Location: Home of Steve & Lori Errigo
    City: Kaysville, Utah
    Contact: Lori Errigo; (801) 593-8747 or http://web.archive.org/web/20010207034119/http://www.trudynamics.com/BackOffice/Events/Regional/region_2/mail%20to:%20d2errigo@TruFamily.com

    Washington

    Wyoming




    REGION 3 MEETINGS



    Arkansas

    Iowa

    Kansas

    Louisiana

    Minnesota

    Mississippi

    Missouri

    Nebraska

    North Dakota

    Oklahoma

    South Dakota

    Texas

    Note Eli Dafesh, Claudia Cawley and Elizabeth Knudson. They are the scum that formed All Star Entreprenuer with Darnell in September 2001 after this deal went straight down the commode.

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    Re: Tru Dynamics Jim Piccolo / Tim Darnell

    They promote the usual BS for brainless MLMers:

    One of the greatest things you can do in your business efforts is to build for events - and what better way to keep tabs on those events than this section of your Back Office! Whether the event is a Super Saturday or the Executive Conference, you’ll find the necessary details within these pages.
    The conference info page will give you details on the upcoming Conference Experiences. The regional meetings page will give you descriptive details about larger regional or local meetings. You’re more than welcome to submit details of your meeting and we can post it on the site for you.
    The national events page is where you can find out about our National Conferences, such as the one coming up soon in Denver, Colorado.
    These are some of the best books out there in regards to finding success, both in life and within this business. If you’d like to purchase these items, simply take a visit to your own Tru Mall, and purchase them through one of the bookstores such as Borders.com!

    Your First Year in Network Marketing: Overcome Your Fears, Experience Success, and Achieve Your Dreams!
    by Mark Yarnell, Rene Reid Yarnell


    Network marketing's continuing boom attracts millions of people. But too many beginners, daunted by initial obstacles, give up in those first twelve, crucial months. This, the ultimate beginner's guide from two of the industry's best-known and most successful people, will help neophytes not just survive, but thrive! Also includes strategies for transitioning to network marketing from other professions.



    Wave 4 : Network Marketing in the 21st Century
    by Richard Poe

    From the moment it was released in 1994, Richard Poe's Wave 3 was an instant classic. The book that foretold the network marketing revolution went on to become a bestseller of legendary proportions. Now, the award-winning journalist and New York Times-bestselling author returns with his long-awaited follow-up. In Wave 4, he reveals the next and most spectacular phase of network marketing--the coming transformation of this $90-billion industry by the power of 21st-century technology. Instant communication and a wired world are making it more possible than ever to offer network marketing's opportunities to an almost limitless number of people. Wave 4 also profiles the industry's emerging stars and their organizations, introduces ordinary men and women who are achieving success beyond their wildest dreams, and describes why blue-chip corporations are turning to network marketing to boost their profits.



    The New Professionals : The Rise of Network Marketing As the Next Major Profession
    by Charles W. King, James W. Robinson


    Every year, thousands of men and women leave established, lucrative careers to pursue new opportunities in the booming network marketing industry. The New Professionals is the first book that examines this trend and how it's changing forever the face of multi-level marketing. James W. Robinson, bestselling author of The Excel Phenomenon, and Charles W. King, Ph.D., prominent professor who teaches the nation's only college-level course on network marketing, introduce you to the new professionals who have overcome their initial skepticism to enthusiastically embrace the rewards of network marketing. Here you will meet men and women who have exceeded the income and prestige of their previous careers, such as the Air Force flight surgeon who, after years of working multiple jobs to support his family, became a distributor and tripled his previous income; the physician who found incredible success as a part-time distributor--and also the freedom to keep practicing medicine; and the hard-working college professor who found that as a network distributor he could finally give his family the attention they deserved--and enjoy a comfortable income.


    Rich Dad, Poor Dad : What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor & Middle Class Do Not!
    by Robert T. Kiyosaki, Sharon L. Lechter (Contributor)


    Personal-finance author and lecturer Robert Kiyosaki developed his unique economic perspective through exposure to a pair of disparate influences: his own highly educated but fiscally unstable father, and the multimillionaire eighth-grade dropout father of his closest friend. The lifelong monetary problems experienced by his "poor dad" (whose weekly paychecks, while respectable, were never quite sufficient to meet family needs) pounded home the counterpoint communicated by his "rich dad" (that "the poor and the middle class work for money," but "the rich have money work for them"). Taking that message to heart, Kiyosaki was able to retire at 47. Rich Dad, Poor Dad, written with consultant and CPA Sharon L. Lechter, lays out his the philosophy behind his relationship with money. Although Kiyosaki can take a frustratingly long time to make his points, his book nonetheless compellingly advocates for the type of "financial literacy" that's never taught in schools. Based on the principle that income-generating assets always provide healthier bottom-line results than even the best of traditional jobs, it explains how those assets might be acquired so that the jobs can eventually be shed.



    Permission Marketing: Turning Strangers Into Friends, and Friends into Customers
    by Seth Godin


    Seth Godin, one of the world's foremost online promoters, offers his best advice for advertising in Permission Marketing. Godin argues that businesses can no longer rely solely on traditional forms of "interruption advertising" in magazines, mailings, or radio and television commercials. He writes that today consumers are bombarded by marketing messages almost everywhere they go. If you want to grab someone's attention, you first need to get his or her permission with some kind of bait--a free sample, a big discount, a contest, an 800 number, or even just an opinion survey. Once a customer volunteers his or her time, you're on your way to establishing a long-term relationship and making a sale. "By talking only to volunteers, Permission Marketing guarantees that consumers pay more attention to the marketing message," he writes. "It serves both customers and marketers in a symbiotic exchange."
    Stupid A$$ Theories of Robert Kiyosaki

    Robert Kiyosaki - Rich Dad Secrets

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    Re: Tru Dynamics Jim Piccolo / Tim Darnell

    Oh what a tangled web we weave
    When first we practice to deceive.
    - Sir Walter Scott (Marmion, 1808)
    The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing

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    Re: Tru Dynamics Jim Piccolo / Tim Darnell

    The Web provides us a wealth of information on virtually every topic, including Network Marketing and Home-based Businesses. We’ve found a few sites that you may find useful in your quest for additional knowledge, insights and more. We’ll also tell you a little about the site and why it might be useful to you in your efforts.

    Brilliant Compensation
    www.brilliantcompensation.org
    An excellent site and program which offers educational information about Network Marketing. The site is created by Dr. Charles King and Tim Sales, who help you understand and present the primary benefits of Network Marketing as the business model for the future.
    MLM Insider Magazine
    www.mlminsider.com
    A resourceful site which contains Industry News, offers, discussion forums and chat rooms, classified ads, and other useful information. Leans a little towards “old school” Network Marketing, but still helpful. There are lots of advertising and banners within there so keep your eyes open for the good stuff.
    The Duplicator
    www.theduplicator.com
    This is a great site with some good information and some pretty solid services that they offer. There are a couple of great articles in there including “The Seven Principles of Passive Wealth”. They also have a free email newsletter which is worth subscribing to.
    Network Marketing Lifestyles Magazine
    www.nmlifestyles.com
    Probably the most popular newstand magazine when it comes to the industry, this site lets you find and read some of the recent articles. The magazine is definately worth subscribing to, but until then you can use their web site.
    Direct Selling Association
    www.dsa.org
    The DSA is the national trade association of the leading firms that manufacture and distribute goods and services sold directly to consumers, and there are a lot of Network Marketing companies who are members. (In fact, they make up the majority.) The site has some interesting facts and information, including a list of member companies and the types of products they sell. Also check out the section entitled “The Direct Selling Industry” for some great research about the industry.
    Six Figure Income
    www.sixfigureincome.com
    There is an underlying sales pitch for the magazine and a number of other services at this site, but if you can endure that then there is some good information to be found through their newsletter and other articles.
    Upline Magazine
    www.upline.com
    This magazine is published more as a big newsletter than anything because there are few advertisements. They have a couple “special reports” which are excellent, but most of the other articles are password protected for subscribers. Their articles and information are first class - another one you may want to add to your subscription list mainly because it’s hard to find in bookstores.
    Multi-Level Marketing Directory and Links
    www.mlmdir.com
    Simply put, this site is kind of like Yahoo!, but for Network Marketers and has links to about every resource under the sun. They have a classified ad area in their where you market the opportunity, but the effectiveness is unknown.

    Some of the resources and tools come from third-party vendors who have created a relationship with Tru Dynamics in order to provide you with services and products that assist you in your efforts. Within this page you will find information about our approved vendors, along with ordering details and links.

    Pro-Step Inc.:
    They provide pre-qualified leads, training and support and communications technology. Be sure and get with your Director for a referral number first! Call Pro-Step at Office: (850)-654-4444 / Fax Brochure: (850)-654-8999 / Website: www.prostepinc.com.
    Target Mail Services:
    Target Mail Systems provide full service postcard mailings. The postcards are personalized with your name and 800# on beautiful four-color templates. They are printed, addressed and mailed for you to the best opportunity seeker lists available for maximum response. Contact Target Mail at (909) 275-9646. All order placement documents are available on their 24-hour Fax-On-Demand at (314) 516-2913.
    DAY


    Brilliant compensation with Dr. King and Tim Sales (or not) is really scraping the bottom of the barrel! Pro-Step was also tangled up in the Advantage Conferences Titanic.

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    PST
    Monday
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    10:00 am
    9:00 am
    8:00 am
    7:00 am
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    8:00 pm
    7:00 pm
    6:00 pm
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    9:00 pm
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    10:00 pm
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    11:00 pm
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    Thursday
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    8:00 pm
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    9:00 pm
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    10:00 pm
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    Giving a Business Presentation Master's Series w/ Larry Morris
    11:00 pm
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    1:00 pm


    Harpers Graphics:
    Ron & Ann Harper provide beautiful full color scenic business cards with a powerful sales message and your personal 800# right on the card. Several selections to choose from such as a tropical beach scene and more! Contact them at (480) 325-9500 or fax them at (480) 325-9499.
    Golden Mastermind Seminars:
    Jeffery Combs, Tru Dynamics Mindset and Success Coach provides a diverse array of self-empowerment audio and video training and motivational materials to increase your personal growth and financial outlook. Call (800) 595-6632 or 24 hour Fax-On-Demand (850) 654-8829 Doc. #2240.

    Occasionally during various types of training we talk about concepts that are best understood when seen. That’s why on this page you’ll find supporting documents and files for some of the training that’s been provided. Feel free to print these out and review them anytime.
    If you have any problems viewing or printing the Adobe Acrobat documents, you may need to download the latest version of the free Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is available in our downloads section.

    3 Steps to Yes
    File: 3steps2yes.pdf (64KB)
    Created: 09/25/00

    To best understand the magic of the e-letter subscriptions as a marketing tool, take a look at the three simple steps necessary to turn subscribers into customers and associates.

    Click on the Preview Image to Download the Acrobat Document


    Back Office Guide -
    New!
    Files: back_office_guide.pdf (209KB)
    Created: 01/08/01

    This seven page document contains screenshots and descriptions of the main features and functions of the new and improved back office.

    Power of One
    File: power_of_1.pdf (97KB)
    Created: 10/03/00

    The Power of One gives you an exciting way to understand the income potential by getting one associate a month as well as building your customer base, and teaching others to do the same.

    Phone and Subscription Lead Scripts
    Files: phone_script.doc (23KB); subscription.doc (25KB)
    Created: 11/20/00

    These two Microsoft Word documents are the phone scripts used by Marc Gleeman and talked about in his System Training Master’s Series call.

    Affinity Group Program Overview
    File: affinity_info.pdf (32 KB)
    Created: 11/10/00

    If you need details on the Affinity Program, you can find it within this multi-page document. With this information, you will be better able to talk to organizations about this exciting program. There are even sample marketing letters for your use!
    (This file is also available as Fax-On-Demand Doc #50.)


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    Getting Started Outline
    Files: get_start.pdf (86KB)
    Created: 11/15/00

    This is an excellent document that compliments the initial training conference call. You should download this and print it out before you attend the "Getting Started" training call. It is also a helpful checklist as you begin your work as an Associate.
    (This file is also available as Fax-On-Demand Doc #12.)


    Jeffrey Combs was a scumbag speaker for Advantage Conferences. I believe Jack Weinzierl dragged him to the first conference.

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    Re: Tru Dynamics Jim Piccolo / Tim Darnell

    Let's look at a deliriously happy former rep's comment. Notice how Tru Dynamics claims the computer does it all and the sales rep talks to no one. Advantage Conferences slung the same bull suggesting the system does all the work and the sales rep talks to no one.
    There Is Nothing True About Tru Dynamics

    Seminar attendee is scammed by Tru Dynamics
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    Jim P along with Bobbie Stratman of Denver scammed me for 20Gs along with a number of other people who lost similar money in their travel, tax seminar and supposedly bankrupt company Tru Dynamics. Beware.

    This was a pyramid scam and Jim, Mary, and Bobbie and the others involved all presented themselves as deeply religious and willing to help until they had your money. Then they don't know you. I hope they all feel really good about themselves. These kind of people give independent business a bad name.
    Promotional Offer - Make $1000, $3200, $9705 From Your Home Computer and Talk to No One
    Tim Darnell and Catherine / Cathy Starnater Darnell both sent to IRS Hell

    Advantage Conferences Sued the Dallas Better Business Bureau and Lost in Summary Judgment / Tim Darnell / Jack Weinzierl

    Jack Weinzierl Multi-million Dollar Earner or Destitute Ding-a-ling???

    Tim Darnell / Jack Weinzierl / Advantage Conferences and One of the Heroes That Helped Shut Them Down -- Judy S.

    Jack Weinzierl Threatened and Tim Darnell Sued Soapboxmom / Heather Dobrott in District Court & Lost in Summary Judgment

    http://www.realscam.com/f11/tim-darn...starnater-773/

    Jack Weinzierl / Tim Darnell Fabrications of Receiving Death Threats and Being Stalked By Soapboxmom / Heather Dobrott

    Jack Weinzierl is an EVIL Rat! Liar and Scammer! Stephanie Weinzierl of Coram Deo Academy

    Advantage Conferences Implodes into Bankruptcy just as Its Predecessor All Star Entrepreneur / Tim Darnell

    Insurance Agents Held to High Standards / Tim Darnell's Insurance Escapades

    http://www.realscam.com/f16/coram-de...nces-reps-303/

    http://www.realscam.com/f14/tim-darn...backfired-769/

    Jerry Weinzierl / Aaron Weinzierl Religious Scammers Who Threaten Consumer Advocates with Lawsuits Using Google Ads

    Tim Darnell / Jack Weinzierl and Their E-mails Straight From Purgatory

    Notice how Darnell has devoted his life to pyramid scams. He wrote the comp plan that got United Sciences in Dallas deemed an illegal pyramid before he promoted the 5 big ticket conference scams we are discussing.

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    Cult Help and Information - Millionaire Mindsetters
    So where did Darnell get his training? Why should you feel comfortable giving him your $10,000? Let's take a look.

    After graduating Texas Tech, Darnell toured with his gospel group, Dreamer. He was drawn into the business world of multilevel marketing. He cut his teeth at companies like Amway, and, he says, "I became fairly adept at compensation plans and actually wrote the compensation plan for a company called United Sciences of America in 1986. And that was a big program here in the Dallas area."

    Carrollton-based United Sciences sold a nutritional plan that included something called the Fiber Energy Bar. By eating said bar and others in the United Sciences family, the company claimed, one could protect oneself against AIDS, cancer, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, PMS, acne and dandruff. This was one motherf*cking candy bar.
    The company relied on reps to sell the product, promising big rewards if they signed on with the United Sciences team. It hired William Shatner to narrate a promotional video. It paid New York Mets pitcher Gary Carter $50,000 to say in the tape, "Join me and hit a financial grand slam."

    In January 1987 the Texas Attorney General's office sued United Sciences for allegedly running an illegal pyramid scheme. Attorneys general in New York and California filed similar suits. At the time United Sciences filed for bankruptcy, it claimed to have 140,000 reps. (In October 1987 a permanent injunction against United was issued in a Dallas district court. Under the terms of the agreed settlement, United did not admit any wrongdoing or liability.)

    In his deposition for the Dallas BBB suit, Darnell said he also worked for Global Prosperity Group and NuSkin Enterprises.

    Global Prosperity reps pitched $1,200 worth of tapes and a $6,200 conference (in "tropical locations") designed to teach recruits how to get rich via tax loopholes. By 1999, authorities in six states filed cease-and-desist orders against Global. Quatloos.com, a fraud watchdog web site run by California attorney Jay Adkisson, states: "The slimy-est of the slimy, Global Prosperity marks the absolute rock-bottom low of the MLM [multi-level-marketing] programs. There simply is no MLM program which is more of a scam, or has such a disreputable background, as Global Prosperity and its many equally-sordid spin-offs ... Global Prosperity's reputation is so bad that other network marketers will often add a disclaimer to the bottom of their own spams and advertisements which says 'Not Global Prosperity.'" (Adkisson is an asset protection attorney who has testified as an expert witness before the U.S. Senate Finance Committee on matters of charity oversight and financial fraud.)
    Global later operated under different names, including the Institute of Global Prosperity, whose offices were raided by the IRS in 2001. In 2003, two former Institute administrators pled guilty in federal court for tax evasion. (Darnell was only a representative with these companies and was not part of any legal actions.)

    As for NuSkin, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission fined the nutritional supplements company $1.5 million in 1997 for violating an earlier order requiring the company to have "competent and reliable scientific evidence to support benefits claims for any product they sell." Under the terms of the payment, NuSkin did not admit any wrongdoing. Today, NuSkin is a thriving company, claiming 820,000 representatives. It also runs two charities which provide food and education for needy children worldwide.
    Created by Mormons, NuSkin is based in Utah, which is ground zero for multilevel-marketing companies. Jeffrey Ressner examined Mormons' ties to nutritional supplement multilevel marketing for Time in October. "More than 100 supplement companies dot the terrain alongside I-15 snaking through Salt Lake City, Utah, generating $4 billion in annual sales — four times the revenue of the state's more famous ski trade," he wrote. Such companies are popular not only among mainstream Mormons, but among their polygamous fundamentalist offshoots just across the border in Arizona as well. Enter Darnell's next business partners.

    Darnell met his polygamous buds in 2000, when he was with an Arizona-based multilevel-marketing company called Tru Dynamics, which sold an "Executive Conference Experience." By 2001, Darnell and a handful of coworkers left Tru Dynamics and formed a company called Liberty League International, which sold its own conference. The head of Tru Dynamics sued the defectors in an Arizona court for conspiring to hijack Tru Dynamics' customers. The Liberty Leaguers filed a counterclaim accusing Tru Dynamics of breach of contract.

    The suit was eventually dismissed and Liberty League went on to do huge sales. In May, the company paid $115,000 in a settlement with the Arizona Attorney General's office, amid customer complaints. A statement issued by the AG's office indicated that "the majority of participants did not earn enough to cover the amount they paid to buy the products sold to them."

    The money, according to the statement, would be used to pay for "consumer education, attorneys' fees and investigation costs, and victim restitution to be determined at a later date."
    While Liberty League promised not to make "unsubstantiated income claims" and to "refrain from making any false or deceptive statements in their marketing materials," the company did not admit any wrongdoing.
    It is one scam after the next for these clowns.

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    Re: Tru Dynamics Jim Piccolo / Tim Darnell

    Here is the historic case that drove Tim Darnell to denounce his United States Citizenship and Texas Residency and declare the courts had no jurisdiction over him:
    Register of Actions
    Case No. CC-01-00890-C
    OWENS MORRIS R vs. TRAVEL DYNAMICS INC ETAL§
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    Case Type:DEBT/CONTRACTDate Filed:01/24/2001Location:County Court at Law No. 3Party Information

    Lead Attorneys
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    TRAVEL DYNAMICS INC ETAL



    MAINFRAME CONV PARTY
    Legacy Financial Management



    PLAINTIFF
    OWENS, MORRIS R


    BRETT B FLAGG
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    972-248-4111(W)Events & Orders of the Court
    DISPOSITIONS05/25/2001
    MISCELLANEOUS JUDGMENT
    Converted Disposition:



    OTHER EVENTS AND HEARINGS01/24/2001 ORIGINAL PETITION (OCA - NEW CASE FILED)Case Petitioned
    01/24/2001 County Court - Mainframe exceptionFLAGG BRETT B(P) | EventAmount:293.0
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