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  • MD Anderson will prevail in court

    8 38.10%
  • Evolv will prevail in court

    1 4.76%
  • Evolv, sinking under negative publicity, will beg for a secret settlement

    3 14.29%
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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Ouch.....

    "We shouldn't be trying to create an image with folks that are patients or family members that are patients that there is some endorsement when there's not," said Dan Fontaine, a senior vice president for business affairs at M.D. Anderson. "That's just not right."

    The University of Texas regents and M.D. Anderson are suing Evolv and HealtH20, the manufacturer of the water. The lawsuit claims the companies are misusing the M.D. Anderson name and misleading consumers.

    "Our greatest concern is that people may be confused to what our role actually was," Fontaine said.

    M.D. Anderson's federal lawsuit claims Evolv is "basically city of Houston tap water that has been infused with HealtH20's Archea Active formula."

    The cancer center says it was paid to perform preliminary tests for the water, but that's it.

    M.D. Anderson says no human tests were done and there's no endorsement.

    "The absolute main concern is the possibility of confusion on the part of patients who are vulnerable because of the situation they find themselves in and the suggestion somehow, or the inference, or the implication that M.D. Anderson is endorsing this product," Fontaine said.


    But it's not just what's on the bottle that has M.D. Anderson concerned.

    Evolv is being sold by what the M.D. Anderson lawsuit calls "pyramid-based sales people."

    Evolv already has thousands of independent distributors who've signed up to sell the water. And we've found many of those sellers are using the M.D. Anderson name, too.

    From Facebook to Twitter, and Web site to Web site, we found claims like this one -- Evolv is a "product backed by by 15 years of research at M.D. Anderson" and "learn about the dramatic research just completed by M.D. Anderson."

    "Not all patients are going to see the disclaimer," Fontaine said. "Not all patients are going to see what was originally said. They may be reading material that's 15 or 16 steps down the line."

    M. D. Anderson wants all use of its name stopped.


    M.D. Anderson Sues Over Water - Houston News Story - KPRC Houston

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Life Aloft View Post
    These people have bullshit down to an exact science don't they?
    And that is the bottom line.

    It IS a "science"

    A "science" many years in the making.

    A "science" where every word and every "fact" is strategically considered before it is used.

    And a "science" where millions of dollars are at stake.
    The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Life Aloft View Post
    The only reason that I was looking for a patent (and I realize what a patent is) is that I keep seeing many of the touters of this crap saying it has a "patent", but I cannot find one.
    Exactly as anyone interested in doing true "due diligence" should.

    It is now incumbent on Evolv to:

    a) Prove the existence of a patent
    b) prove any such patented product does as is claimed
    c) prove the patent relates directly to Archaea Active solution" and not just an abstract concept
    d) demonstrate the patent is any more useful than the above patent for a "motorized ice cream cone"
    The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Life Aloft View Post

    Brother. Great company and great distributors. And look what Happy Christian is promoting Trey.....

    Jack Weinzierl | Evolv | Evolv Health

    Onward Christian Soldiers. Cripes!
    Don't be such a god damned skeptic. Jack has made millions and will with Evolv too. I mean, listen up...he's got his Vision 2020 and.....
    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Weinzierl
    Stephanie and I are focused on helping 100 Families (one family at a time) with their mortgage in our Vision 2020. Over the next 10 years, are we are committed to helping 100 families to be able to not only create an Evolv business that can pay their monthly mortgage payment, but potentially pay off their mortgage.
    Didn't I read a similar line with another scam outfit (Eiro) you quit? Why yes, yes I did:

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Weinzierl
    Because I am passionate about nutrition and I am committed to helping 100 people lose 2,000 lbs in 8 weeks.

    All content is the responsibility of Jack Weinzierl.

    EIROfit Day 1 for Jack Weinzierl | Jack Weinzierl | Evolv | Evolv Health
    Jack, the Baby Jesus is crying again. You know, I think you also said that when you were with WorldVultures. Now that you've lost your dream house, then your rented house, and now are in another one, I think the next step might be for you to get a trailer in Plano. With those few recruits you suckered in WorldVentures, maybe they'll let you park it in their lot for a reduced fee. Oops Jack, it looks like you removed your video but here's your mug on the cache: WorldVentures Team Message hosted by Jack Weinzierl by Texas Real Estate Video Blog
    GEORGE DRANICHAK - OWNER OF SCAM.COM, PORN MOGUL AND KING OF THE PORN SPAMMERS

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    You can watch Jack's pitch here. Pretty funny crap.

    GEORGE DRANICHAK - OWNER OF SCAM.COM, PORN MOGUL AND KING OF THE PORN SPAMMERS

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

    Posted September 20, 2009:
    Evolv Water
    An opportunity is soon beginning, to market a wonder liquid called evolv. Evolv Water will do wonders health wise for those who take it. Let us look at some of the benefits of Evolv Water. It will increase stamina and endurance. Your energy level will increase dramatically. This will help you be a more productive individual both at work and at home. Your body will be able to absorb and utilize more effectively vitamins and nutrients when you drink Evolv Water. Your immune system which fights disease will be boosted and your circulatory system will be working at its best.

    Our body is full of toxins and many cures for this condition have been advertised. Evolv Water will surpass all of these products that claim to eliminate toxins. Evolv Water will eliminate the toxins completely and quickly free your body of carcinogens. Carcinogens will cause cancer if not purged effectively. A regular regimen of Evolv Water will have you feeling many years younger.

    Evolv Water has been tested extensively for over 15 years with a phenomenal amount of research and development going into the creation and perfection of this product. Its active proprietary Archaea Active formula was tested at the prestigious MD Anderson Cancer Center at the University of Texas. Evolv Water is safe and when taken your quality of life will be vastly improved.

    Evolv Water is a product dedicated to improving the health of people and rarely has such an effective product been released. Try it and you will see what it can do for the health of people. With a track record like Evolv Water it would be a great idea to pre-enroll in our program to market this product. You will have no obligations and there is no cost in pre-enrolling. Benefits of getting in on the ground floor of a company that will market a 'cannot fail' product are numerous. Do not regret failing to take advantage of a legitimate offer of getting a prime position in a new start-up organization.

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    Gregory Jean - About the Author:

    If your looking for Evolv Water theres no other place to go then to. http://www.revolv.biz
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    You will be shocked, shocked, I tell you to learn that this lad has already long since jumped off of this Titanic. His link doesn't work. And, where is ye ol' compliance department at Evolv? Curing cancer and more and as usual the corporate office gives it a wink and a nudge!

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

    Our Blog

    Like many of you, our family made a conscious decision to start an Evolv business. We got into this business only after asking tough questions, trying the product, and putting a critical eye on the opportunity - not through blind faith. In the end we thought that we could make a difference in people's lives while making some money. What a difference this opportunity has made! Keep reading.

    We started off by hosting a small reception at our home. We had only 12 people attend. Our strategy was to host the reception on a Monday because our upline was hosting a larger gathering on Thursday. The idea was that anyone who wasn't convinced on Monday but needed a little extra time could come on Thursday and be signed up before the week ends. This strategy proved to be a good one. We sent out over 150 invitations via email, Facebook, and Twitter. We then followed up with a phone call to everyone. We expected that roughly half of the people who RSVP'd would attend. That was pretty close.

    The reception started at 7:30. I was very please and surprised at the response. Out of the those 12, three have signed up, two are still considering the opportunity, and the rest have all indicated that they are open to the idea. Here is a quick profile of those who came:


    Family Member

    Insurance Auditor

    Landscaper

    Construction Worker

    Realtor

    Teacher

    Medical Lab Tech

    Property Manager

    Stock Broker

    Corporate Strategist


    There is little that all of these people have in common other than they were all looking. One person who was looking was my sister. She is a certified herbalist and she also suffers from M.S. One of the most remarkable things about her Evolv story is her testimony to the effectiveness of this product. Ever since she started consuming the product, she has not relapsed. A relapse puts her in a wheel chair and causes some other uncomfortable things. Here is what she had to say:

    "I have Multiple Sclerosis and I had a major relapse this summer. I spent the better part of three months in a wheelchair. I am just now starting to see my life going back to normal but every emotional or physical stress will send me back into relapse mode. Its scary for me with two children under the age of 6 to feel so weak that I cant get out of bed or to fall without rhyme or reason. April 12th I got news that my beloved grandmother passed away on the way to the hospital to visit a cousin of ours that was taken by ambulance due to major heart attack. She lived out of town so around midnight, my family and I packed up and traveled the 5 hours to say our goodbyes. This was very emotional stressful for me. I thought for sure I was headed into a relapse. I had all the signs of one. The Friday prior I had been in excruciating pain and spent the weekend in bed trying to ward off the inevitable relapse. On our way to say goodbye to my grandma, I drank the Evolv, during my stay thats about all I drank as well, and on the way back, that was my drink choice. I am very happy to say that thanks to God and this Evolv, I am still on my feet and feeling great with no relapse.

    The Evolv was the only thing that I changed. Usually, when I start to relapse, I am put on steriods and still end up relapsing but to a lesser extent. All I did was drink more Evolv water and I am fine. No steriods, no extra injections, no Rx meds. It was great. I was not sold on it completely until I experienced it first hand.

    I have also seen results in my 4 yr old daughter. She is borderline diabetic and we have been watching very carefully her eating and weight. She had taken a blood test that showed she may have something wrong with her parathyriod which is very dangerous. I made her drink the Evolv and two weeks later she retook her blood test and all levels were normal. I don’t think this was a coincidence, she has been having issues off and on, but never had a completely normal blood test until after she was drinking the Evolv.

    My 5 year old has asthma, especially after exercising or playing. We gave her Evolv water before a running event and afterwards and she did not have to use her inhaler.

    Its amazing what this water is doing for people with a huge variety of illnesses. I have a bunch of bottles away at church to people who are sick and they are amazed at what just one bottle does for them."

    The time is now! So far we are signing up 1 to 2 people a week! We're actively working on a list that we have on a whiteboard at our home.

    Remember this: we are at the beginning of something great! If you don't enroll the people that you meet, someone else might and that someone might not be in your downline!

    You can do this. Your upline believes in you. If you don't believe us, just ask them how much they believe in you. You might be surprised at how confident they are in YOUR ability to make YOUR dreams come true.

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    Boy, does your upline believe. Give testimonials that the company could never give making totally unfounded medical claims and the upline and company make a bundle. The nut telling these tales will probably lose their shirt, but these tales sell these bogus products and allow the company to feign innocence when the authorities and downline realize what is going on and the legal challenges begin. Pretty brave putting their real names in the contact information after that Blog!

    Remember:
    The FTC says:
    Your Responsibilities
    If you decide to become a distributor, you are legally responsible for the claims you make about the company, its product and the business opportunities it offers. That applies even if you're repeating claims you read in a company brochure or advertising flyer. The Federal Trade Commission advises you to verify the research behind any claims about a product's performance before repeating those claims to a potential customer.
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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    September Kick-Off Call Recap | EvolvHealth Corporate Blog



    Some of the highlights included:
    • Trey announced Evolv will officially be open for business in Mexico September 8th.
    • The Evolv Mexico Launch Event will be on October 2nd with keynote speaker Former Mexican President Vicente Fox
    How much did Roscoe / Trey White pay Fox to sell his economically challenged country down the river (of zero water). Vicente Fox is probably lining his pockets with exponontially more $$$$$ than many families combined earn yearly as he pushes folks into a business with a 97 - 99% loss rate. How low can one go!

    Evolv is hardly the answer to the serious water related issues in Mexico. Water supply and sanitation in Mexico - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Americans are spreading the MLM scurge and lining their pockets at the expense of desperate people. Hardly Christian, now is it???

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

    I have another very helpful little birdie dropping things in my box. Someone else has been seriously researching Trey / Roscoe Frederick White III.

    The Power Of Seeing His Past: Trey White & Evolv Health - Trey White, Evolv, billionaire

    I have dug up quite a bit on that character, but there is much more to the story and I will need to do some extensive searches in the Dallas County records. I can't wait to see how the Evolvers try to spin all of this.

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

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

    602
    185
    BLUE
    Blond or Strawberry


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

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


    DATE OF ARREST
    11/06/1996

    SEQUENCE CODE
    A

    TRACKING NUMBER
    9002966768

    AGENCY DESCRIPTION
    TXHPD0000 ( HOUSTON POLICE DEPARTMENT )


    CHARGE

    TRACKING SUFFIX
    A001


    OFFENSE DETAIL

    INTERNAL AGENCY CASE NUMBER
    127271396

    ARREST OFFENSE
    13990001 ( ASSAULT CAUSES BODILY INJ )

    ARREST OFFENSE CITATION
    22.01(A)(1)

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

    DATE OF OFFENSE
    09/29/1996

    ARREST DISPOSITION
    206 ( BAIL/RELEASED ON OWN RECOGNIZANCE )

    ARREST DISPOSITION DATE
    11/06/1996

    PROSECUTOR ORI REFERRED TO
    TX101015A ( DISTRICT ATTORNEYS OFFICE HOUSTON )


    PROSECUTION DETAIL

    AGENCY DESCRIPTION
    TX101015A ( DISTRICT ATTORNEYS OFFICE HOUSTON )

    PROSECUTOR ACTION FIELD
    A ( PROSECUTOR ACCEPTS THE CHARGE )

    PROSECUTOR OFFENSE
    13990001 ( ASSAULT CAUSES BODILY INJ )

    PROSECUTOR OFFENSE CITATION
    22.01(A)(1)

    LEVEL AND DEGREE PROSECUTED
    MA ( MISDEMEANOR - CLASS A )


    COURT STATUS

    COURT SEQUENCE
    a

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

    COURT OFFENSE
    13990001 ( ASSAULT CAUSES BODILY INJ )

    CITATION
    22.01(A)(1)

    LEVEL AND DEGREE OFFENSE
    MA ( MISDEMEANOR - CLASS A )

    COURT DISPOSITION
    310 ( CONVICTED )

    COURT DISPOSITION DATE
    02/07/1997

    DATE OF SENTENCE/STATUS
    02/07/1997

    CAUSE NUMBER
    964311301010

    FINAL PLEADING
    C ( NO CONTEST OR NOLO CONTENDERE )

    COURT CONFINEMENT
    4D

    COURT FINE
    400

    AGENCY RECEIVING CUSTODY
    TX1010000

    MULTIPLE SENTENCES CODE
    CC ( CONCURRENT )

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

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


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

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


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

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    The Opportunity
    The Evolv Story

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

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

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


    2. PLAN OF REORGANIZATION

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

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

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

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



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


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


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

    R. FRED WHITE III (TREY)

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

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

    Wolff sentenced to 4.5 years in prison | Inman News

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

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

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

    <H1>Trey White — Founder & Chairman

    </H1>


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

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

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

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

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

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

    Executive Officers and Directors

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

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

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

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

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    Marlin Atlantis in 2005 listed these:

    It is time for some research to see where Trey White made his billions of dollars.

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

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    History Maker Homes
    Community / Model Group: CHEYENNE RIDGE - FORT WORTH

    Do you love Fort Worth but want to be close to Eagle Mountain Lake? Well then Cheyenne Ridge is the place for you! Located minutes from 820 North and I-35, Cheyenne Ridge is a wonderful new community off Boat Club Road in Saginaw. Close to elementary, middle and high schools of Eagle-Mountain ISD, Cheyenne Ridge is the perfect community for families of all ages. Featuring History Maker's Lifestyle Series of home designs, Cheyenne Ridge has 3 model homes to visit as well as a multitude of home plans and styles to fit your needs, lifestyle and financial obligations. Come and visit our exciting community today and see how History Maker offers MORE HOME... less money!
    Models available at CHEYENNE RIDGE - FORT WORTH


    Model name: 1540 Series

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    3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 2 Car Garage.
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    Living : 1,640 Sq Ft.
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    3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 2 Car Garage.
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    Living : 1,650 Sq Ft.
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    3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 2 Car Garage.
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    Model name: 1950 Series

    Living : 1,950 Sq Ft.
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    3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 2 Car Garage.
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    Model name: 2300 Series

    Living : 2,300 Sq Ft.
    Total : 2,300 Sq Ft.
    3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 2 Car Garage.
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    Model name: 2304 Series

    Living : 2,304 Sq Ft.
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    3 Bedrooms, 1 Baths, 2 Car Garage.
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    Model name: 2650 Series

    Living : 2,650 Sq Ft.
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    3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 2 Car Garage.
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    Model name: 2990 Series

    Living : 2,990 Sq Ft.
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    3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 2 Car Garage.
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    Model name: 3300 Series

    Living : 3,300 Sq Ft.
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    Model name: 3500 Series

    Living : 3,500 Sq Ft.
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    Not the stuff billions are made from either.

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    Antares Homes - New Homes Available Now

    Residents To Bowen Homes: Clean Up Your Mess!

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

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



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

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

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

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    More Marlin Atlantis projects:
    Harbor Glen
    Price:From $137,990 to $178,990iNest Rebate:From $1,380 Builder:Holiday BuildersHome Type:Single-Family HomeSquare Footage:1,892 to 3,178Bedrooms:3 to 4Bathrooms:2 to 2.5 Take coupon with you on your first visit.
    Hidden Creek Estates

    From $129,990 - $212,990
    Master Planned
    24 new homes available. From 1508 - 3465 sq.ft. View Homes
    Antares Homes 923 Hidden Lake Drive, Burleson, TX 76028 Map

    Lasater Ranch
    Price:From $109,490 to $153,990iNest Rebate:From $1,095 Builder:Antares HomesHome Type:Single-Family HomeSquare Footage:1,334 to 2,778Bedrooms:3 to 5Bathrooms:2 to 3 Take coupon with you on your first visit.

    Marlin Atlantis' Oak Point homes in Plano, TX is really getting dissed:
    How is the KB Homes - Oak Point at Plano? (McKinney: real estate, apartments) - Dallas - Texas (TX) - City-Data Forum

    Here is more cheap crap in the Marlin Atlantis development of Park Trails of Princeton, TX
    Homes For Sale In Park Trails, Princeton Texas

    Not quite the stuff that makes multi-billionaires!

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    Marlin Atlantis said in 2005:
    Rivers Edge is in one of the fastest growing regions of the Ft. Worth/Dallas area. This community is situated on highway 114, just 3 miles west of Interstate 35W providing quick and convenient routes to the major Dallas/Ft. Worth employment centers, and is minutes away from the new Alliance Airport. River's Edge is a 213 acre single family residential development with a 30 acre commercial/retail segment positioned along the highway 114 frontage, providing immediate convenience for the residents. This subdivision features Goodman Homes and Horizon Homes as the homebuilders and will contain 595 single family, detached residential lots to be developed in 4 phases. Phase I lots will be ready for the homebuilders in November, 2005.
    Homebuilder:
    » Goodman Homes
    » Horizon Homes
    The cheap crap has different builders now and is coming soon!:
    Gehan Homes: Communities in Dallas Ft. Worth Area: River's Edge: New Homes in Justin, Texas

    Another go nowhere project of Marlin Atlantis:
    Located at the northwest corner of IH-30 and IH-820, Sienna Hills offers excellent access to anywhere in Fort Worth. This community is a perfect blend of residential and commercial property anchored by major retailers. Sienna Hills will consist of 529 residential lots located in the White Settlement Independent School District. Homebuilders are still being chosen for this neighborhood that will insure variety and quality for every family.
    The City of White Settlement
    2. Report from Mr. Jim Caffey concerning the project west of IH 820

    Mayor Ouzts explained that Mr. Caffey was an engineer that the city had retained to look at developments west of Interstate 820 that impacts the White Settlement side of Interstate 820.

    Mr. Caffey of Caffey Engineering gave an update to the City Council regarding the project west of IH 820. Mr. Caffey explained that City Attorney Micheal Burkett had informed him of some grading that was going on west of IH 820. He explained that it was in the addition named Sienna Hills. He explained that the preliminary plat for Sienna Hills was approved on May 24, 2005. He explained that in 2006 Mr. Burkett had sent letters to all of the property owners of undeveloped property in that area, in the Farmers Branch Water Shed. He explained that a final plat was never filed for Sienna Hills and the original plat would have expired on May 24, 2007, according to Mr. Alex Parks of the City of Fort Worth. He explained that the project where the grading was occurring was at an apartment complex by the name of Wind Haven at West Point. He explained the 14.88 acre development. Mr. Caffey then answered questions. Mr. Caffey explained that a short plat had been filed on the property. He explained that a short plat did not have to go back to the City Council for approval.

    Ms. Jeannie Anderson of 509 Grant Circle had questions regarding when the plats of Sienna Hills were approved and filed. She voiced concern of the water runoff and impact on the City of White Settlement.

    Mayor Ouzts spoke in explanation. Mayor Ouzts asked that Mr. Caffey, Mr. Burkett, and city staff follow up on and at least request that Fort Worth Planning review those areas that have not been filled yet.
    Terrace Landing
    Price:Upper $110's to Low $190'siNest Rebate:From $1,180 Builder:D.R. Horton - West DivisionHome Type:Single-Family HomeSquare Footage:1,259 to 2,926Bedrooms:3 to 4Bathrooms:2 to 3 Take coupon with you on your first visit.
    That is all the communities Marlin Atlantis developed. Not looking like billioinaire worthy projects to me.

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    Marlin Atlantis said in 2005:
    Rivers Edge is in one of the fastest growing regions of the Ft. Worth/Dallas area. This community is situated on highway 114, just 3 miles west of Interstate 35W providing quick and convenient routes to the major Dallas/Ft. Worth employment centers, and is minutes away from the new Alliance Airport. River's Edge is a 213 acre single family residential development with a 30 acre commercial/retail segment positioned along the highway 114 frontage, providing immediate convenience for the residents. This subdivision features Goodman Homes and Horizon Homes as the homebuilders and will contain 595 single family, detached residential lots to be developed in 4 phases. Phase I lots will be ready for the homebuilders in November, 2005.
    Homebuilder:
    » Goodman Homes
    » Horizon Homes
    The cheap crap has different builders now and is coming soon!:
    Gehan Homes: Communities in Dallas Ft. Worth Area: River's Edge: New Homes in Justin, Texas

    Another go nowhere project of Marlin Atlantis:
    Located at the northwest corner of IH-30 and IH-820, Sienna Hills offers excellent access to anywhere in Fort Worth. This community is a perfect blend of residential and commercial property anchored by major retailers. Sienna Hills will consist of 529 residential lots located in the White Settlement Independent School District. Homebuilders are still being chosen for this neighborhood that will insure variety and quality for every family.
    The City of White Settlement
    2. Report from Mr. Jim Caffey concerning the project west of IH 820

    Mayor Ouzts explained that Mr. Caffey was an engineer that the city had retained to look at developments west of Interstate 820 that impacts the White Settlement side of Interstate 820.

    Mr. Caffey of Caffey Engineering gave an update to the City Council regarding the project west of IH 820. Mr. Caffey explained that City Attorney Micheal Burkett had informed him of some grading that was going on west of IH 820. He explained that it was in the addition named Sienna Hills. He explained that the preliminary plat for Sienna Hills was approved on May 24, 2005. He explained that in 2006 Mr. Burkett had sent letters to all of the property owners of undeveloped property in that area, in the Farmers Branch Water Shed. He explained that a final plat was never filed for Sienna Hills and the original plat would have expired on May 24, 2007, according to Mr. Alex Parks of the City of Fort Worth. He explained that the project where the grading was occurring was at an apartment complex by the name of Wind Haven at West Point. He explained the 14.88 acre development. Mr. Caffey then answered questions. Mr. Caffey explained that a short plat had been filed on the property. He explained that a short plat did not have to go back to the City Council for approval.

    Ms. Jeannie Anderson of 509 Grant Circle had questions regarding when the plats of Sienna Hills were approved and filed. She voiced concern of the water runoff and impact on the City of White Settlement.

    Mayor Ouzts spoke in explanation. Mayor Ouzts asked that Mr. Caffey, Mr. Burkett, and city staff follow up on and at least request that Fort Worth Planning review those areas that have not been filled yet.
    Terrace Landing
    Price:Upper $110's to Low $190'siNest Rebate:From $1,180 Builder:D.R. Horton - West DivisionHome Type:Single-Family HomeSquare Footage:1,259 to 2,926Bedrooms:3 to 4Bathrooms:2 to 3 Take coupon with you on your first visit.
    That is all the communities Marlin Atlantis developed. Not looking like billionaire worthy projects to me.

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

    A private meeting with a few of us in Dallas just a few weeks ago gave us some incredible insight as to the plans billionaire Trey White has for Evolv. One of the most incredible things is seeing the transparency of a man who has taken multiple companies to billions of dollars in sales.
    Trey White spins that tall tale here. Now just what are the names of these multiple companies and where is the proof???

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

    Serail MLMer Dr. Vic Kalman is at it again. He is Evolving!!!

    The Benefits of Alkaline Water for Optimized Health

    Benefits of Alkalized Ionized Water For Healthy Living

    www.waterforlifeinfo.com

    I can't find where Evolv Health LLC makes claims about the water's ph level. Just how alkaline is this zero water??? An MD promoting this zero water with the company producing and marketing it being sued by the world renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center / Texas University Board of Regents takes the cake. Not to mention an MD has an obligation to be especially careful what he or she uses their name and medical degree to promote. Has Kalman checked out this fancy water?

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

    Trey White's reps are bragging:
    Trey White is the Chairman and CEO of White Ventures Limited. This company holds controlling interests in Marlin Atlantis White, Koton Corporation, White Energy, KOR Energy, and Bridgeport Power and Light.
    PUC says:

    30856Type:DOCKETDate:03/09/2005Note:AMENDMENT - Change in Ownership/Control and Name Change - from Texas Commercial Energy to Bridgepoint Power & Light, LLC.Filings:Change in Ownership/Control, Name Change
    Texas Secretary of State says:

    Entity Information: BRIDGEPOINT POWER & LIGHT, LLC
    13455 NOEL RD STE 2300
    DALLAS, TX 75240-1534
    Status:NO STANDING, FRANCHISE RESPONSIBILITY ENDED
    Registered Agent:MARK FOSTER
    1403 WEST SIXTH STREET
    AUSTIN, TX 78703
    Registered Agent
    Resignation Date:
    State of Formation:File Number:0800461920 SOS
    Registration Date:March 4, 2005
    Taxpayer Number:12025048369
    The business is now defunct. Hardly that next billion dollar company Trey loves to brag about.

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