We hope that this email finds you doing well.
It saddens me to share with you the news from the court date that was held this past Tuesday regarding the Sorkin motion. This motion was in reference to trying to show that the SEC had no jurisdiction in the emergency shut down of Zeek Rewards saying that Zeek Rewards was not an investment nor a security. Judge Mullins ruled in favor of the SEC and denied this motion. The judge did state that individuals who are sued by the receiver to return excess profits that were made over and beyond losses will be able to submit their own arguments on each individual behalf that Zeek Rewards was not an investment or Ponzi Scheme.
Please realize that we are not an attorney nor can give you any legal advice in regards to Zeek Rewards, the receivership, or how to proceed with your current situation. We do recommend at this time that any affiliate that lost money with their Zeek Rewards business to submit your claim with the receiver at http://zeekrewardsreceivership.com/. The deadline for this claim to be submitted is September 5, 2013, so we recommend getting this done as soon as possible to be sure to submit your claim for losses.
If we assisted you with your bid purchase with Zeek Rewards, please email us letting us know the name of the affiliate, date of purchase, and any other relevant information you can provide us so we can find your receipt that you will need for your claim.
We have heard that the claims process is not the easiest form to fill out and that they have a lot of errors with it. If you need any assistance with the claims form, please be sure to contact the receivership directly. The contact information for the receiver is all on their website for the claims listed above.
Also it seems http://zeekrewardsreceivership.com/ was updated as of June 1, 2013 to:
The Claims Frequently Asked Questions page has been updated on June 1, 2013 in order to address questions raised regarding amending previously filed claims.