wserra wrote:soapboxmom wrote:Caleb Financial is not registered in the State of Texas. Apparently this is yet another subscheme cooked up by Tim Darnell. We know what happened to all those many other schemes----History!
He is again linking it to the Cottonwood Creek church. I recall this church fitting into the Sordid Saga Somehow (tm). If this means anything, SBM, I'm sure you'll know.
This was my recap of the Sordid Saga (tm) from over yonder. That church just doesn't seem to know how to handle Darnell.
http://www.cottonwoodcreek.org/bd_finan ... rvices.htm
Tim Darnell is again victimizing his local parrish. He paid the $50.00 to advertise on their website after all the other horrific things he has already done to them. He is not qualified in any way to mentor folks about their finances. He is an insurance agent that can't pay his property tax and has an $8002.00 IRS lien on his property. He had $200,000.00 in credit debt before Jack Weinzierl started making money in 2005. Tim was borrowing toilet paper from his neighbors to survive at that point.
He used his insurance license in his suit against the Better Business Bureau. He demanded $10,000,000.00 / 10 million in damages because he was having a difficult time selling his egregious Hidden Treasures, stranger owned life insurance on seniors. 60 reps got life insurance licenses and not one dollar changed hands. 100 - 300 grand possibly illegal incentive payments were offered to seniors to buy these disgusting policies. The reps waited for months for thousands and tens of thousands in promised commissions that never came as the policies submitted never got written. These reps suffered financial devastation because of this bogus insurance deal Tim set up. In the frivolous suit he filed agaisnt the Better Business Bureau Tim Darnell said:
I have been told by many religious that they will not allow us to even approach the congregation about buying insurance to benefit themselves or the church until the BBB issues are resolved. I recently had a discussion with the leader of Cottonw**d Creek Baptist Church. But, for the Better Business Bureau posting, I am unable the Hidden Treasures and Fundraising Advantage products. I have personal knowledge that when the BBB postings are resolved and the content of the site is changed that Advantage Conferences will make $10,000 off of this long term relationship. I have great rapport with the church as it is my local parrish and I am licensed to sell the insurance product, but I cannot do so until the BBB website references to a pyramid are removed. Unfortunately, the members of the church are also harmed because the church and its congregation cannot take advantage of these products, which literally give something to a qualified elderly person for nothing for allowing a third party to take out insurance in that person.
This is the same church where he threatened members and the McKinney police had to respond. I have the police report. He was told to quit threatening people and that the DA would be informed if it continued.
This is the church whose name he pirated to set up his questionable charity that will be investigated by the IRS as there have been complaints. An Affidavit from the church confirms they had no involvement in Advantage Conferences and never gave permission for their name to be used. They do not recognize Treasures for the Kingdom as an affiliate and the IRS likely won't either. There could be back taxes and all kinds of complications. The leader of Cottonw**d Creek told Tim to remove the church's name from the Treasures for the Kingdom page on the replicated advantageconferences.com websites as they did not want any association with this debacle.
More on Treasures can be found at:
http://mysite.verizon.net/resurlf0/adva ... /id44.html
Tim solicited Advantage Conferences at that church and members that got involved lost thousands of dollars. Many other reps who have lost money have contacted the church. Tim said to some reps that the senior pastor was on the advisory board and as the church's Affidavit shows, that is not the case. Tim said in an e-mail denying a refund to a rep that lost the ten grand plus thousands more that his attorneys, Jack Weinzierl and advisory board were responsible for denying that refund.
I don't believe for a second that Tim's insidious attacks on people based on sickening fabrications are how his church wants their members out evangelizing.
http://mysite.verizon.net/resurlf0/adva ... /id11.html
http://mysite.verizon.net/resurlf0/adva ... /id22.html
Does Tim's church approve of him bringing them into his frivolous filing against me? Tim's delusional rantings in his suit against me are posted in their entirety here:
Remember his bogus Temporary Restraining Order was dissolved and he will not get any injunction!
This church needs to protect its members. Tim Darnell needs to quit victimizing this church and quit using them as an endorsement as he clearly is only welcomed as is everyone who walks through the doors. He obviously has caused them great harm and has a very strained relationship with them. The members I am in contact with are very worried that Tim's scandals will reduce membership and lead to more damaging publicity. When will this nightmare for so many end?