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    Cash gifter Gail Drayton and Cash App Blessing - Malfeasance in elected office

    Jasmine Lashon Broadbelt

    Sunrise, FL and Garberville, CA

    jasminebroadbelt@yahoo.com
    305-748-8590
    https://www.facebook.com/stupidmusic
    http://sagetravel.inteletravel.com/booktravel.cfm
    https://www.instagram.com/trphywfe
    https://www.facebook.com/stupidmusic...11207375289342


    Two Florida laws applicable to this matter:
    849.091 Chain letters, pyramid clubs, etc., declared a lottery; prohibited; penalties.--
    (1) The organization of any chain letter club, pyramid club, or other group organized or brought together under any plan or device whereby fees or dues or anything of material value to be paid or given by members thereof are to be paid or given to any other member thereof, which plan or device includes any provision for the increase in such membership through a chain process of new members securing other new members and thereby advancing themselves in the group to a position where such members in turn receive fees, dues, or things of material value from other members, is hereby declared to be a lottery, and whoever shall participate in any such lottery by becoming a member of, or affiliating with, any such group or organization or who shall solicit any person for membership or affiliation in any such group or organization commits a misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083.
    (2) A "pyramid sales scheme," which is any sales or marketing plan or operation whereby a person pays a consideration of any kind, or makes an investment of any kind, in excess of $100 and acquires the opportunity to receive a benefit or thing of value which is not primarily contingent on the volume or quantity of goods, services, or other property sold in bona fide sales to consumers, and which is related to the inducement of additional persons, by himself or herself or others, regardless of number, to participate in the same sales or marketing plan or operation, is hereby declared to be a lottery, and whoever shall participate in any such lottery by becoming a member of or affiliating with, any such group or organization or who shall solicit any person for membership or affiliation in any such group or organization commits a misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083. For purposes of this subsection, the term "consideration" and the term "investment" do not include the purchase of goods or services furnished at cost for use in making sales, but not for resale, or time and effort spent in the pursuit of sales or recruiting activities.
    896.101 Florida Money Laundering Act; definitions; penalties; injunctions; seizure warrants; immunity.--
    (1) This section may be cited as the "Florida Money Laundering Act."
    (2) As used in this section, the term:
    (a) "Knowing that the property involved in a financial transaction represents the proceeds of some form of unlawful activity" means that the person knew the property involved in the transaction represented proceeds from some form, though not necessarily which form, of activity that constitutes a felony under state or federal law, regardless of whether or not such activity is specified in paragraph (g).
    (b) "Conducts" includes initiating, concluding, or participating in initiating or concluding a transaction.
    (c) "Transaction" means a purchase, sale, loan, pledge, gift, transfer, delivery, or other disposition, and with respect to a financial institution includes a deposit, withdrawal, transfer between accounts, exchange of currency, loan, extension of credit, purchase or sale of any stock, bond, certificate of deposit, or other monetary instrument, use of a safety deposit box, or any other payment, transfer, or delivery by, through, or to a financial institution, by whatever means effected.
    (d) "Financial transaction" means a transaction involving the movement of funds by wire or other means or involving one or more monetary instruments, which in any way or degree affects commerce, or a transaction involving the transfer of title to any real property, vehicle, vessel, or aircraft, or a transaction involving the use of a financial institution which is engaged in, or the activities of which affect, commerce in any way or degree.
    (e) "Monetary instruments" means coin or currency of the United States or of any other country, travelers' checks, personal checks, bank checks, money orders, investment securities in bearer form or otherwise in such form that title thereto passes upon delivery, and negotiable instruments in bearer form or otherwise in such form that title thereto passes upon delivery.
    (f) "Financial institution" means a financial institution as defined in 31 U.S.C. s. 5312 which institution is located in this state.
    (g) "Specified unlawful activity" means any "racketeering activity" as defined in s. 895.02.
    (h) "Knowing" means that a person knew; or, with respect to any transaction or transportation involving more than $10,000 in U.S. currency or foreign equivalent, should have known after reasonable inquiry, unless the person has a duty to file a federal currency transaction report, IRS Form 8300, or a like report under state law and has complied with that reporting requirement in accordance with law.
    (i) "Petitioner" means any local, county, state, or federal law enforcement agency; the Attorney General; any state attorney; or the statewide prosecutor.
    (3) It is unlawful for a person:
    (a) Knowing that the property involved in a financial transaction represents the proceeds of some form of unlawful activity, to conduct or attempt to conduct such a financial transaction which in fact involves the proceeds of specified unlawful activity:
    1. With the intent to promote the carrying on of specified unlawful activity; or
    2. Knowing that the transaction is designed in whole or in part:
    a. To conceal or disguise the nature, the location, the source, the ownership, or the control of the proceeds of specified unlawful activity; or
    b. To avoid a transaction reporting requirement or money transmitters' registration requirement under state law.
    (b) To transport or attempt to transport a monetary instrument or funds:
    1. With the intent to promote the carrying on of specified unlawful activity; or
    2. Knowing that the monetary instrument or funds involved in the transportation represent the proceeds of some form of unlawful activity and knowing that such transportation is designed in whole or in part:
    a. To conceal or disguise the nature, the location, the source, the ownership, or the control of the proceeds of specified unlawful activity; or
    b. To avoid a transaction reporting requirement or money transmitters' registration requirement under state law.
    (c) To conduct or attempt to conduct a financial transaction which involves property or proceeds which an investigative or law enforcement officer, or someone acting under such officer's direction, represents as being derived from, or as being used to conduct or facilitate, specified unlawful activity, when the person's conduct or attempted conduct is undertaken with the intent:
    1. To promote the carrying on of specified unlawful activity; or
    2. To conceal or disguise the nature, the location, the source, the ownership, or the control of the proceeds or property believed to be the proceeds of specified unlawful activity; or
    3. To avoid a transaction reporting requirement under state law.
    (d) For the purposes of this subsection, "investigative or law enforcement officer" means any officer of the State of Florida or political subdivision thereof, of the United States, or of any other state or political subdivision thereof, who is empowered by law to conduct, on behalf of the government, investigations of, or to make arrests for, offenses enumerated in this subsection or similar federal offenses.
    (4) It does not constitute a defense to a prosecution for any violation of this chapter that:
    (a) Any stratagem or deception, including the use of an undercover operative or law enforcement officer, was employed.
    (b) A facility or an opportunity to engage in conduct in violation of this act was provided.
    (c) A law enforcement officer, or person acting under direction of a law enforcement officer, solicited a person predisposed to engage in conduct in violation of any provision of this chapter to commit a violation of this chapter in order to gain evidence against that person, provided such solicitation would not induce an ordinary law-abiding person to violate this chapter.

    This subsection does not preclude the defense of entrapment.
    (5) A person who violates this section, if the violation involves:
    (a) Financial transactions exceeding $300 but less than $20,000 in any 12-month period, commits a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.
    (b) Financial transactions totaling or exceeding $20,000 but less than $100,000 in any 12-month period, commits a felony of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.
    (c) Financial transactions totaling or exceeding $100,000 in any 12-month period, commits a felony of the first degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.
    (6) In addition to the penalties authorized by s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084, a person who has been found guilty of or who has pleaded guilty or nolo contendere to having violated this section may be sentenced to pay a fine not exceeding $250,000 or twice the value of the financial transactions, whichever is greater, except that for a second or subsequent violation of this section, the fine may be up to $500,000 or quintuple the value of the financial transactions, whichever is greater.
    (7) A person who violates this section is also liable for a civil penalty of not more than the value of the financial transactions involved or $25,000, whichever is greater.
    (8)(a) If a person is alienating or disposing of monetary instruments or funds, or appears likely to or demonstrates an intent to alienate or dispose of monetary instruments or funds, used in violation of this section, chapter 560, s. 655.50, or any crime listed as specified unlawful activity under this section, or monetary instruments or funds that are traceable to any such violation, the petitioner may commence a civil action in any circuit court having jurisdiction where such monetary instruments or funds are located or have been deposited for a temporary injunction to prohibit any person from withdrawing, transferring, removing, dissipating, or disposing of any such monetary instruments or funds of equivalent value. The temporary injunction will be obtained pursuant to Florida Civil Rule of Procedure 1.610. This section governs all temporary injunctions obtained pursuant to this section and supersedes all other provisions of the rule that may be inconsistent with this section. The court shall take into account any anticipated impact the temporary injunction will have on innocent third parties or businesses, balanced against the petitioner's need to preserve the monetary instruments or funds.
    (b) A temporary injunction must be granted without bond to the petitioner. However, the court may authorize a respondent to post a bond equal to the amount to be enjoined and to have the injunction dissolved.
    (c) A temporary injunction is to be entered upon application of the petitioner, ex parte and without notice or opportunity for a hearing with respect to the monetary instruments or funds.
    (d) Such a temporary order expires not more than 10 days after the date on which the order is served, unless extended for good cause shown or unless the party against whom it is entered consents to an extension for a longer period.
    (e) If at any time the petitioner discovers that the funds sought to be enjoined total less than $10,000, the petitioner shall immediately inform the court and the court shall immediately dissolve the temporary injunction.
    (f) At the termination of the temporary injunction or at any time before the termination of the temporary injunction, the petitioner may:
    1. Obtain a warrant or other court order and seize the monetary instruments or funds and initiate a civil forfeiture action;
    2. Obtain a warrant or other court order and seize the monetary instruments or funds for any subsequent criminal prosecution; or
    3. Petition the court to extend the order for a period not longer than 10 days from the original order's termination date. At the end of the termination of the 10-day extension, the petitioner may take either of the steps outlined in subparagraph 1. or subparagraph 2. However, the petitioner may not be granted any additional extensions.
    (g)1. Upon service of the temporary order served pursuant to this section, the petitioner shall immediately notify by certified mail, return receipt requested, or by personal service, both the person or entity in possession of the monetary instruments or funds and the owner of the monetary instruments or funds if known, of the order entered pursuant to this section and that the lawful owner of the monetary instruments or funds being enjoined may request a hearing to contest and modify the order entered pursuant to this section by petitioning the court that issued the order, so that such notice is received within 72 hours.
    2. The notice shall advise that the hearing shall be held within 3 days of the request, and the notice must state that the hearing will be set and noticed by the person against whom the order is served.
    3. The notice shall specifically state that the lawful owner has the right to produce evidence of legitimate business expenses, obligations, and liabilities, including but not limited to, employee payroll expenses verified by current unemployment compensation records, employee workers' compensation insurance, employee health insurance, state and federal taxes, and regulatory or licensing fees only as may become due before the expiration of the temporary order.
    4. Upon determination by the court that the expenses are valid, payment of such expenses may be effected by the owner of the enjoined monetary instruments or funds only to the court-ordered payees through court-reviewed checks, issued by the owner of, and the person or entity in possession of, the enjoined monetary instruments or funds. Upon presentment, the person or entity in possession of the enjoined funds or monetary instruments shall only honor the payment of the check to the court-ordered payee.
    (h) Only the lawful owner or the account holder of the monetary instruments or funds being enjoined may request a hearing to contest the order entered pursuant to this section by petitioning the court that issued the order. A hearing must be held within 3 days after the request or as soon as practicable thereafter and before the expiration of the temporary order. The hearing must be set and noticed by the lawful owner of the monetary instruments or funds or his or her attorney. Notice of the hearing must be provided to the petitioner who procured the temporary injunction pursuant to the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure but not less than 24 hours before the scheduled hearing. The court may receive and consider at a hearing held pursuant to this subsection, evidence and information that would be inadmissible under the Florida Rules of Evidence. A proceeding under this subsection is governed by the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.
    (9)(a) The petitioner may request issuance of a warrant authorizing the seizure of property, monetary instruments, or funds subject to civil forfeiture in the same manner as provided for search warrants in chapter 933.
    (b) Any financial institution that receives a seizure warrant pursuant to paragraph (a), temporary injunction, or other court order, may deduct from the account the funds necessary to pay any electronic transaction or check presented for payment where the electronic transaction was initiated or the check deposited prior to the time the seizure order was served on the financial institution.
    (10) Any financial institution, licensed money transmitter, or other person served with and complying with the terms of a warrant, temporary injunction, or other court order, including any subpoena issued under the authority granted by s. 16.56 or s. 27.04, obtained in furtherance of an investigation of any crime in this section, including any crime listed as specified unlawful activity under this section or any felony violation of chapter 560, has immunity from criminal liability and shall not be liable to any person for any lawful action taken in complying with the warrant, temporary injunction, or other court order, including any subpoena issued under the authority granted by s. 16.56 or s. 27.04. If any subpoena issued under the authority granted by s. 16.56 or s. 27.04 contains a nondisclosure provision, any financial institution, licensed money transmitter, employee or officer of a financial institution or licensed money transmitter, or any other person may not notify, directly or indirectly, any customer of that financial institution or licensed money transmitter whose records are being sought by the subpoena, or any other person named in the subpoena, about the existence or the contents of that subpoena or about information that has been furnished to the state attorney or statewide prosecutor who issued the subpoena or other law enforcement officer named in the subpoena in response to the subpoena.
    (11) In any prosecution brought pursuant to this chapter, the common law corpus delicti rule does not apply. The defendant's confession or admission is admissible during trial without the state's having to prove the corpus delicti if the court finds in a hearing conducted outside the presence of the jury that the defendant's confession or admission is trustworthy. Before the court admits the defendant's confession or admission, the state must prove by a preponderance of the evidence that there is sufficient corroborating evidence that tends to establish the trustworthiness of the statement by the defendant. Hearsay evidence is admissible during the presentation of evidence at the hearing. In making its determination, the court may consider all relevant corroborating evidence, including the defendant's statements.
    California's main law applied against such schemes:
    2016 California Code
    Penal Code - PEN
    PART 1 - OF CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS
    TITLE 9 - OF CRIMES AGAINST THE PERSON INVOLVING SEXUAL ASSAULT, AND CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC DECENCY AND GOOD MORALS
    CHAPTER 9 - Lotteries
    Section 327.
    Universal Citation: CA Penal Code § 327 (2016)
    327. Every person who contrives, prepares, sets up, proposes, or operates any endless chain is guilty of a public offense, and is punishable by imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding one year or in state prison for 16 months, two, or three years.

    As used in this section, an endless chain means any scheme for the disposal or distribution of property whereby a participant pays a valuable consideration for the chance to receive compensation for introducing one or more additional persons into participation in the scheme or for the chance to receive compensation when a person introduced by the participant introduces a new participant. Compensation, as used in this section, does not mean or include payment based upon sales made to persons who are not participants in the scheme and who are not purchasing in order to participate in the scheme.
    What she tells her victims.
    broadbelt-evidence1.jpg

    Some banking evidence from her account, connecting her to her followers.
    broadbelt-evidence2.jpg

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    One of the two lieutenants Jasmine designated to help her develop her gifting pyramid/loom. An elected court official. Hmm.
    Her "Inbox me for details" Facebook post of Dec. 15 and sharing of Vincent Myers' description of the gifting pyramid made
    it plain that she is knowingly involved with promotion of it.

    Gail Taylor Drayton

    gail4clerk@gmail.com
    229-256-3061
    229-391-3967
    https://www.facebook.com/gdrayton?fref=ufi&rc=p
    http://www.tiftongazette.com/news/dr...3fd7f2491.html
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/gail-drayton-8086b53a/
    https://tiftonga.governmentwindow.com/notify.html
    http://georgiacourts.gov/judicial-ne...ts-new-hires-3

    And oh, she knew what she was doing was against the law.
    broadbelt2-gail-malfeasance-evidence.jpg

    2010 Georgia Code
    TITLE 16 - CRIMES AND OFFENSES
    CHAPTER 12 - OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC HEALTH AND MORALS
    ARTICLE 2 - GAMBLING AND RELATED OFFENSES
    PART 1 - GAMBLING
    § 16-12-38 - Pyramid promotional schemes; prohibition; exceptions; penalties
    O.C.G.A. 16-12-38 (2010)
    16-12-38. Pyramid promotional schemes; prohibition; exceptions; penalties


    (a) As used in this Code section, the term:

    (1) "Compensation" means a payment of any money, thing of value, or financial benefit.

    (2) "Consideration" means the payment of cash or the purchase of goods, services, or intangible property, and does not include the purchase of goods or services furnished at cost to be used in making sales and not for resale, or time and effort spent in pursuit of sales or recruiting activities.

    (3) "Inventory" includes both goods and services, including company produced promotional materials, sales aids, and sales kits that the plan or operation requires independent salespersons to purchase.

    (4) "Inventory loading" means that the plan or operation requires or encourages its independent salespersons to purchase inventory in an amount which unreasonably exceeds that which the salesperson can expect to resell for ultimate consumption or to use or consume in a reasonable time period.

    (5) "Participant" means a person who joins a plan or operation.

    (6) "Person" means an individual, a corporation, a partnership, or any association or unincorporated organization.

    (7) "Promote" means to contrive, prepare, establish, plan, operate, advertise, or to otherwise induce or attempt to induce another person to be a participant.

    (8) "Pyramid promotional scheme" means any plan or operation in which a participant gives consideration for the right to receive compensation that is derived primarily from the recruitment of other persons as participants into the plan or operation rather than from the sale of goods, services, or intangible property to participants or by participants to others.
    (b)(1) No person may establish, promote, operate, or participate in any pyramid promotional scheme. A limitation as to the number of persons who may participate or the presence of additional conditions affecting eligibility for the opportunity to receive compensation under the plan does not change the identity of the plan as a pyramid promotional scheme. It is not a defense under this subsection that a person, on giving consideration, obtains goods, services, or intangible property in addition to the right to receive compensation.

    (2) Nothing in this Code section may be construed to prohibit a plan or operation, or to define a plan or operation as a pyramid promotional scheme, based on the fact that participants in the plan or operation give consideration in return for the right to receive compensation based upon purchases of goods, services, or intangible property by participants for personal use, consumption, or resale so long as the plan or operation does not promote or induce inventory loading and complies with the cancellation requirements of subsection (d) of Code Section 10-1-415.

    (3) Any person who participates in a pyramid promotional scheme shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of a high and aggravated nature. Any person who establishes, promotes, or operates a pyramid promotional scheme shall be guilty of a felony and, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by imprisonment for not less than one nor more than five years.

    (4) Nothing in this Code section shall be construed so as to include a "multilevel distribution company," as defined in paragraph (6) of Code Section 10-1-410, which is operating in compliance with Part 3 of Article 15 of Chapter 1 of Title10.
    If you are in Prosper With Integrity, and do not like that your personal information has been published here, please talk to these good people: http://www.attorneygeneral.gov http://www.ic3.gov http://www.fbi.gov

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    re: Cash gifter Gail Drayton and Cash App Blessing - Malfeasance in elected office

    Jasmine's other designated lieutenant.

    Danielle Patrice James

    Albany, GA

    https://www.facebook.com/djc0688

    Some of the nuggets of dung that fall from Danielle's mouth on Facebook:
    ..I just want to say this before bed... the screenshots floating around about those people going to jail behind the cash app were literally taking money from people. They were lying to people in order to get money so that’s why they’re in jail... People who invest in this cashapp board are those who have the mindset of business and understand the benefit of investing something small to turn over something big. This thing requires patience, integrity and an honest mindset. You can lie to people about the turn around time. You have to be honest. People please know that on this earth, it is NEVER going to be illegal to invest your money wherever you want it to go.... Please stop believing every post and screenshot you see. I am so confident in this CashApp board that I will sow a seed of $100 into someone who believes this to be an App....
    Yalll.... who wants to make $800 within the next few days by doing NOTHING?? You need to sow a seed of $100 and your seed will make you $800!! There’s no risks involved, there’s no scam... YALL!!!!! Listen people are making $800 over and over and over again!!!! Inbox me for details!!! Seriously!!!!!
    Hmm. Not very bright, are these women, if anyone can wander past their social media and see poor thinking like this.

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    Mya Simmons

    Richmond, VA

    https://www.facebook.com/mya.simmons.75
    https://www.facebook.com/BreakingOuttaBasic/?pnref=lhc

    She talks on Jasmine's page about needing help, about how her team isn't moving and having investors waiting. Has she ever heard of the Howey Test? She certainly hasn't seen her state's rules regarding gifting pyramids.

    Let us compare. First, Mya's dungheap of social postings.
    So y’all lost if you don’t wanna join. We aren’t pressuring no one. You think it’s illegal or a scam so be it. I know a lot of you who have giving out your debit card numbers expiration and cvv to somebody to free band and they destroyed your acct left you in the negative owing messing up your credit leaving you with nothing but a claim to file. We don’t need none of that! We’re a team we’re legit and legal just use the cash app. Serious inquiries only.
    I'm a huge believer in giving back and helping out in the community. No one becomes successful without lots of hard work support from others and little luck. Today make someone happy by joining my group and sending 100.00 then making it back in double your blessings will increase with a little patience let me know if your interested and need more details! Serious money so I need serious participants!
    They only say it’s a scam because they don’t have the $100 to invest. It’s okay my team can put you on to this come up cash #thegiftofgiving #werolling #joinoworforeverholdthatchumpchange

    Now what does Virginia say about it?
    https://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/...ction18.2-239/

    § 18.2-239. Pyramid promotional schemes; misdemeanor; definitions; contracts void.
    Every person who contrives, prepares, sets up, operates, advertises or promotes any pyramid promotional scheme shall be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor. For the purposes of this section:
    (1) "Compensation" means the transfer of money or anything of value.
    "Compensation" does not mean payment based on sales of goods or services to persons who are not participants in the scheme and who are not purchasing in order to participate in the scheme;
    (2) "Consideration" means the payment of cash or the purchase of goods, services, or intangible property;
    (3) "Promotes" means inducing one or more other persons to become a participant; and
    (4) "Pyramid promotional scheme" means any plan or operation by which a person gives consideration for the opportunity to receive compensation a majority of which is derived from the introduction of other persons into the plan or operation rather than from the sale or consumption of goods, services, or intangible property by a participant or other persons introduced into the plan or operation.
    All contracts and agreements, now existing or hereafter formed, whereof the whole or any part of the consideration is given for the right to participate in pyramid promotional scheme programs, are against public policy, void and unenforceable.
    Any violation of the provisions of this section shall constitute a prohibited practice under the provisions of § 59.1-200 and shall be subject to any and all of the enforcement provisions of the Virginia Consumer Protection Act (§ 59.1-196 et seq.).
    Code 1950, §§ 59.1-67.1, 59.1-67.2; 1970, c. 450; 1975, cc. 14, 15; 2008, cc. 791, 842.
    The chapters of the acts of assembly referenced in the historical citation at the end of this section may not constitute a comprehensive list of such chapters and may exclude chapters whose provisions have expired.
    She's fortunate that her state is so mild in their treatment of such scams. Many are far harsher. So is history.

    http://www.greensboro.com/officers-a...efa490fea.html
    Three Danville police officers were among 52 people indicted Monday by a grand jury on charges that they participated in an illegal ``gifting club' pyramid scheme, Danville police said.
    ``This is pretty widespread in both the city and (Pittsylvania) county,' said Danville police Chief Neal Morris. ``Participating in a pyramid scheme is in violation of Virginia statute.'Lt. Samantha Luck and patrol officers Samuel Bray and Matthew Walker were taken off their road patrol duties Monday and placed on administrative assignment, Morris said. Their futures with the department will be decided after the case is settled in court, Morris said.
    Those indicted are accused of taking part in a scheme requiring them to give a $2,000 ``gift' to ``The Winners Team' club members with the promise they would eventually receive $16,000, Morris said.

    Informational fliers given to new recruits claimed the club was legal, saying the system followed both the U.S. tax codes and ``God's law of reciprocity: 'Give and it will be given unto you.' '
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    Vincent Myers

    Fort Lewis, Washington

    https://www.facebook.com/vincent.myers.12

    His dung:
    Y’all trying to get some extra Christmas money or nah. This is the easiest way to get paid without doing nothing but getting your friends to invest with you. The plan is so straight forth with real time updates. You get 800 you get 800 everybody gets 800. On my life if everyone tagged would invest in on this you will 800 strong by 5pm est.

    Seeing as he's one of the big proponents of this scheme, lives in Washington and is from Philadelphia in Pennsylvania, let's be reminded of another
    Washington resident who got in dire hot water with Pennsylvania law over "gifting."
    Meet sovereign citizen and convicted felon David Russell Myrland. Copied from http://articles.mcall.com/2001-02-15...-internet-site article by reporter David Slade.
    Man sued by state for "gifting' Web site
    Attorney general alleges Washington state resident posing as lawyer giving scheme advice.
    February 15, 2001|By DAVID SLADE Of The Morning Call

    Pennsylvania's attorney general has sued the operator of an Internet site who allegedly sold "professional legal opinions" incorrectly telling state residents that gifting clubs are legal.
    Gifting clubs are illegal pyramid schemes, according to the attorney general's office, which last year sued participants in scams known as Sharing Equally and World of Giving, which remains under investigation in the Lehigh Valley region.

    David Myrland of Kirkland, Wash., is accused of violating consumer protection laws and the unauthorized practice of law in the lawsuit filed Wednesday in Erie.
    The suit asks that he be ordered to make the Internet site unavailable in Pennsylvania, and pay fines and investigation costs.
    "Consumers paid money for legal analysis that we claim is inaccurate and worthless," said Attorney General Mike Fisher. "The defendant is not licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania nor any other state, and is not an expert on the laws governing "gifting clubs' and pyramid schemes.
    "In fact, many consumers lost money while others faced legal action after they chose to participate in gifting clubs based on the defendant's analysis of the law."
    Attorneys general in Wisconsin and Illinois filed suit last year, making similar allegations.
    Myrland's Web site, www.taxthis.net, offers for sale opinion letters on the legality of gifting clubs. According to the site, club participants who buy one of the letters can say they consulted a legal professional and show they had no intent to violate the law.
    The site carries a disclaimer saying "nothing you will receive from David Myrland is intended as legal advice or as counseling over legal matters."
    Barbara Petito, spokeswoman for Fisher, said the disclaimer was added after other states sued Myrland, and makes no difference.
    "The disclaimer has nothing to do with why we sued," she said. "We're saying you can't offer legal opinions unless you're a lawyer."
    In Pennsylvania at least one participant in the Sharing Equally gifting club in Erie bought a letter from Myrland, as did an agent from the attorney general's office, using an assumed name, the suit says.
    The suit says the 17-page letter, described as Myrland's opinion as a "legal analyst" and "expert witness," said gifting clubs or pyramid schemes may be conducted lawfully in Pennsylvania.
    The attorney general's Bureau of Consumer Protection disagrees.
    In Sharing Equally, nine people who profited from the pyramid scheme reached agreements with the attorney general's office to make restitution to victims, pay fines up to $2,000 and pay up to $2,000 for prosecution costs.

    The suit against Myrland does not accuse him of selling advice letters to participants in the World of Giving pyramid scheme, but Deputy Attorney General E. Barry Creany said the lawyer of one participant asked him about the advice given by Myrland and his Web site.
    "One of the attorneys representing one of the people who settled said, "If this is illegal, what about David Myrland?"' Creany said. "You can't rest a defense on the fact that somebody else says its legal."
    Creany's office in November reached settlements with two World of Giving participants in Monroe County and nine in Blair County, and sued two others.
    The pyramid scheme remains under investigation in eastern Pennsylvania, and is believed to be one of the largest to hit the area since the 1980s.
    "I was at a conference, and it was pretty clear these gifting clubs are all over the country," Creany said. "I don't think Myrland set them loose, but he helps perpetuate the idea that they aren't illegal if you call them something else."
    Myrland did not respond to requests for interviews sent to both e-mail addresses listed on his Web site. There is no telephone listing for Myrland at the address in Kirkland given in the lawsuit.
    Other articles from The Morning Call covering this type of scam include:
    http://articles.mcall.com/2003-08-11...tution-gifting
    http://articles.mcall.com/2000-05-02...cruits-pyramid
    http://articles.mcall.com/2000-10-01...llegal-pyramid
    http://articles.mcall.com/2000-11-23...scheme-victims

    Let me also remind Vincent of why judges won't buy the claims being made by the loom scammers:
    RCWs > Title 19 > Chapter 19.275 > Section 19.275.030

    19.275.020 << 19.275.030 >> 19.275.040


    RCW 19.275.030
    Pyramid scheme—Prohibition.
    (1) No person may establish, promote, operate, or participate in any pyramid scheme.
    (2) A limitation as to the number of persons who may participate, or the presence of additional conditions affecting eligibility for the opportunity to receive compensation under the scheme, does not change the identity of the scheme as a pyramid scheme.
    (3) It is not a defense under chapter 65, Laws of 2006 that a person, on giving consideration, obtains goods, services, or intangible property in addition to the right to receive compensation, nor is it a defense to designate the consideration a gift, donation offering, or other word of similar meaning.
    [ 2006 c 65 § 3.]
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    The other bigwig in this cybercrime gang.

    Harry King Jr.

    Tifton, GA

    hk1502001@gmail.com
    229-255-9896
    https://www.facebook.com/harrykingproductions
    https://www.facebook.com/KingsProPhotos
    https://twitter.com/king_harry
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG_...97kEM_MaCo9JWw
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/harry-king-5b66a480/
    https://www.facebook.com/harrykingpr...?fref=mentions

    He produces videos, promoting the scheme and trying to sway minds into crime in the name of Christ (who I would think would be appalled after what he did on the steps of the Hebrew temple).
    Some of Harry's dung:
    Posted in discussion with Lester Chris Solomon, who was arguing in favor of common sense:
    This worked for me:
    Real simple . Cash $100 . As people come in, we move up in a chart and your $100 become a $800 return. It takes an average of 2 days to flip your investment. And you’re blessing other people at the same time . You’re added to a chat room on messenger of investors and everyone carry the load together.
    No one person has to work it . We all work it together. Even if you do nothing , you ll still move up in the group.
    That’s all to it
    Yes sir that’s true.
    My goal is to present the pros and cons with integrity so that when that time comes , everyone is aware of it.
    The opportunity to be a blessing to people is real and has happened since I’ve been involved .
    At the end of the day , each investment is an opportunity to help somebody and a choice that the people make.

    It’s not for everyone. For those that gravitate to and work it, it blesses them.

    Thanks for your concern. You’ve always had my back.
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    Brittany Dawson Myers

    Army retiree somewhere in Tift County

    229-646-0242
    https://www.facebook.com/brittany.d.myers

    Looks like she helped Gail Drayton with her malfeasance in office. And received $800+ in stolen money.

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    Drique Martin

    Stockbridge, GA

    https://www.facebook.com/drique.martin

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    Travian Rainey

    https://www.facebook.com/travian.rainey.1

    He's running multiple levels of gifting pyramids, and trying to cross-recruit victims from this gang on their own FB pages.

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    Jakeria K Taylor

    Jacksonville, Arkansas (student at ASU Beebe)
    Tifton, GA

    https://www.facebook.com/jakeria.neal?fref=ufi


    Pharmacy technician for Kroger's.

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    Curt Kimbrough

    Valdosta, GA

    https://www.facebook.com/curt.kimbrough
    http://www.tiftongazette.com/news/ne...e6f0b756c.html
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/curt-kimbrough-1112101b/

    Declared on Harry King's page, "As soon as i cash app I look forward to sowing again!"

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    Tamika Royster

    Tifton, GA (connected to "The Real Church")

    https://www.facebook.com/tamika.roysteraina


    The dung she posted, connected to Harry King's video:
    INBOX ME...IF YOU WANT SOME EXTRA MONEY
    You can throw away $100 quick on Dinner/Movie for 2 or Family or a Christmas toy that will be broke by the new year & at the end of the day what do you have to show for it. It's worth a try. Invest in the cause....
    -----------------------------------

    Quis Walters

    https://www.facebook.com/urian.walters

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    Pastor Willie Lamb Jr

    115 Lynnwood Dr.,
    Bainbridge, Georgia 39819

    700 S. BOULEVARD DR.,
    Bainbridge, Georgia 39819

    1425 M L King Jr Drive,
    Bainbridge, GA 39817

    lambflanders@yahoo.com
    savingouryouthinc@gmail.com
    229-400-2100
    https://www.facebook.com/wdlamb2?fref=ufi&rc=p
    https://www.facebook.com/ProphetandE...ile_intro_card
    https://www.facebook.com/savingouryouthinc1425/
    http://www.savingouryouthinc.com/

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    Tywon Heath

    4003 Georgia Highway 300,
    Oakfield, Georgia 31772

    ministry@tywonheath.com
    229-296-9278
    https://www.facebook.com/theathcliff?fref=ufi&rc=p
    http://www.tywonheath.com

    Former US Marine, now a pastor at Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church and a fallen soul luring people into sin.

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    Fiel Paner

    Pembroke Pines, FL

    fielpaner63@gmail.com
    954-608-6323
    https://www.facebook.com/fiel.paner?fref=ufi&rc=p
    http://fielpaner.inteletravel.com/booktravel.cfm

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    Shakovey Freeman

    Lauderdale Lakes, FL (voter and arrest records suggest 4190 Nw 34th Way, although this is not yet confirmed)

    https://www.facebook.com/koko.freeman?fref=ufi&rc=p

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    Varneisha Harris

    Richmond, VA

    https://www.facebook.com/varneisha1?fref=ufi

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    Christen Banks

    Somewhere in Virginia... claims to work for the state. Claimed birthdate is May 18, 1990.

    https://www.facebook.com/banksamillion?fref=ufi

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    She may not actually be in Broadbelt's gang of thieves, but social media links from cash gifter to cash gifter led to her posts.

    Lyndsay Trotman

    Richmond, VA

    https://www.facebook.com/lyndsay.trotman

    --------------------------------

    "Ro Hayes"

    FB suggests that she attended Kempsville High and is or was a Virginia resident when she made her account.

    https://www.facebook.com/taniyaroshun

    ----------------------------------

    Dequan Coles

    https://www.facebook.com/dequan.coles


    He has a variant of the gifting pyramid I haven't seen before, $100 into $500. Still just as illegal.

    --------------------------------

    Uses Suntrust bank for her money laundering, apparently from what I can see of her social media.

    Jordan Alyssa

    https://www.facebook.com/profile.php...73023&fref=ufi

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    Chanel D. Green

    Hopewell, VA

    https://www.facebook.com/chanel.d.green.7

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    Isameena Graham

    https://www.facebook.com/isameena.graham?fref=ufi

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    Jamall Dorsey

    Saint Petersburg, FL

    https://www.facebook.com/jamall.dorsey.7

    Another young preacher with an infested soul...

    ----------------------------------

    Sheena Brownlee

    Tamarac, FL

    https://www.facebook.com/sheena.p.brownlee?fref=ufi

    -----------------------------------

    Like Lyndsay, she was along a path of cash gifters congratulating and endorsing each other. And she's yet another pastor turned Mammon worshipper.
    I may be of demonic ancestry, but I do not approve of hypocrisy like this.


    Tiffany La'Shawna Hamilton

    326 Weatherby Pl.,
    Haines City, FL 33844

    Lifechurchhainescity@gmail.com
    Tiffany@Tlashawnacredit.info
    321-578-9374
    863-333-5086
    https://www.facebook.com/T.LashawnaH
    https://www.facebook.com/T.LaShawna.Worldwide
    https://www.facebook.com/BountifulLife863
    http://fabulouscredit.info
    http://www.lifechurchtpa.org
    http://Tlashawnacredit.info
    http://www.financialeducationservice...rid=THamilton3

    -----------------------------

    And here is Tiffany Hamilton's partner in pastor impersonation, credit repair and money laundering.

    Tisa Stevens

    https://www.facebook.com/tvonne.stevens
    https://www.facebook.com/lifechurchtpa863
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    Before going further, I think that I ought to point a few facts out to potential tantrum-throwers.
    Go a little north from Georgia and you find Maryland. The Attorney General of Maryland issued a public
    warning regarding precisely what this gang is doing today.

    http://www.marylandattorneygeneral.g...016/122216.pdf
    “Blessing Loom” Weaves Tangled Web on Social Media

    BALTIMORE, MD (December 22, 2016) – Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh today warned Marylanders to beware of online pyramid schemes that may appear this holiday season on social media sites, including Facebook and Twitter.

    One such alleged scheme that has become popular this holiday season is called the “Blessing Loom.” Participants are told they can earn up to $800 simply by paying a fee, which may be $100 or less, and recruiting others to do the same. There are no products or services offered in exchange for payment, only the opportunity to earn money from others who join the scheme.

    “When people pay a fee for the opportunity to earn money simply by recruiting others into a program, those people are likely involved in an illegal pyramid scheme,” said Attorney General Frosh. “Consumers shouldn’t be fooled if recruiters swear the scheme works, or must be legal, because they received some money.”

    Pyramid schemes traditionally have been promoted through chain letters and among friends, neighbors, and even church groups. These days, pyramid scheme promoters may use online payment services like PayPal and social media sites like Facebook and Twitter to recruit new members, most of whom are unaware of the illegal nature of the program. Because there is no source of funds other than funds from new investors, and because the number of new investors eventually dries up, pyramid schemes are destined to fail.

    Pyramid schemes are illegal not only in Maryland but in every state. Anyone promoting or advertising a pyramid scheme in Maryland is committing a criminal offense that may result in a fine of up to $10,000 or a prison sentence of up to one year. If you see a posting to join a scheme like this, do not participate, and warn your friends on social media not to be fooled.

    For more information and tips on how to protect yourself from scams like these, check out the Office of Attorney General’s Consumer Guide for Marylanders.
    Go a little west from Georgia, and you come across Mississippi, whose AG issued this press release.
    http://www.ago.state.ms.us/releases/...-only-trouble/

    Online “Blessing Loom” Spins Only Trouble
    December 8, 2016
    Consumers expecting to collect hundreds of dollars from an online gifting scheme will find a “Blessing Loom” that spins nothing but trouble.
    “The gimmick currently making the rounds online may be referred to as a Christmas wheel, a Christmas loom or pay-it-forward loom, and with it comes assurances that participants can earn up to $800 if they themselves pay a fee and then recruit other friends to do the same. Whatever it’s called, it’s a pyramid scheme,” Attorney General Jim Hood said.
    Such scams are illegal in Mississippi, and Attorney General Hood warns consumers to avoid them.
    “These so-called gifting circles that are all over social media right now are nothing more than illegal Ponzi schemes,” Attorney General Hood said. “The only reason they keep circulating online is because the people who have paid money into a scheme are desperately recruiting others in hopes they can get their money back. These pyramid schemes always collapse, and I hate that some people in our state would risk losing their money, especially this close to Christmas.”
    The “Blessing Loom” calls for consumers to pay $100, typically into a PayPal account, and then find others to do the same. There are no products or services offered in exchange for the payment. Instead, in order for consumers to make money in such a scheme, other people must constantly be recruited to compensate those who joined before them. As with any pyramid scheme, at some point, the pyramid collapses and consumers lose money. So-called “Secret Sister” gift exchanges often rely on the same illogical premises.
    Mississippi law prohibits participation in pyramid schemes. Violators face up to six months in jail and a $500 fine.
    The U.S. Postal Service refers to these types of schemes as “high-tech chain letters.” It’s a violation of federal law to send chain letters that request money or other items of value while promising a large return. Participants who use the postal service at any time during these online schemes are breaking federal law.
    “I encourage anyone involved in these types of illegal schemes to stop their involvement immediately and refrain from spreading word about these programs through social media,” Attorney General Hood said.
    For more information about this or other consumer issues, visit www.AGJimHood.com. The Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Hotline is (800) 281-4418.
    Around the same time, I created this thread here on Realscam to warn and shame people.
    http://www.realscam.com/f42/blessing...spreading-4707

    The information about the illegality has not been a secret.
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    How she breaks the law in her own words:



    The relevant statutes:



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    https://www.facebook.com/djc0688


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    https://www.facebook.com/vincent.myers.12


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    229-646-0242
    https://www.facebook.com/brittany.d.myers


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    https://www.facebook.com/drique.martin


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    Tifton, GA

    https://www.facebook.com/jakeria.neal?fref=ufi


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    FB suggests that she attended Kempsville High and is or was a Virginia resident when she made her account.

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    Christen Banks added fuel to the fire under her stake by posting a Facebook link to
    https://www.instagram.com/p/Bc4-Jhll...0/?igref=ogexp

    Which in turn strongly suggests that she is https://www.instagram.com/taurean_beauty518 and uses Beauty_taurean on some of her other social networks.

    Also, she is quite likely https://twitter.com/banksamillion

    Based upon other info, I'm currently guessing that she grew up in Henrico, VA.
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