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Virginia
State sues Chesapeake door-to-door-sales company
DMPG Info:
Door-to-Door Magazine Sales Company:
KLMN Readers, Inc.
BBB: http://www.bbb.org/norfolk/business-reviews/door-to-door-sales-magazines/klmn-readers-in-chesapeake-va-90028448
This Business is not BBB Accredited
KLMN Readers, Inc.
(757) 818-9497
PO Box 15187, Chesapeake, VA 23328-5187
BBB Rating: F
KLMN Readers, Inc. has been the subject of a pattern of customer complaints alleging non-receipt,
delivery delays or delivery of wrong magazines, prompting requests for delivery of magazines,
cancellations or refunds. The company has responded to some complaints by either delivering the
magazines or issuing refunds, however, four remain unresolved and most are unanswered.

On May 23, 2012 a certified letter was sent to the company regarding a pattern of consumer complaints
which the BBB had previously brought to their attention. The company signed for the certified letter
on May 25, 2012. As of the date of this report those consumer complaints remain unanswered.

The Virginia Attorney General's office is requesting that consumers that have complaints call 1-800-552-9963 or contact them using the following link:
https://payments.vi.virginia.gov/oag-consumercomplaints/consumerComplaintForm.aspx.

BBB file opened: 07/13/2010
Business started:
01/06/2009
Business started locally:
08/20/2009
New Owner Date:
06/06/2009
Type of Entity
Corporation
Incorporated: June 2009, FL
Contact Information
Principal: Ms. Shannon Dancy (Manager)
Mr. Michael G. Whitley (President/Owner)
Number of Employees
46
Business Category
Door-to-Door Sales - Magazines
end DMPG Info
December 6, 2013
State sues Chesapeake door-to-door-sales company
By Scott Daugherty
The Virginian-Pilot
© December 6, 2013
CHESAPEAKE
Bobby Clifton realizes he messed up.

A couple of young men knocked on his door last September selling magazines. They seemed like nice guys - maybe a little "rough" looking, but polite - and they told a good story, he said.

They were trying to help inner-city children. They wanted to keep kids off the streets and in school. They needed help.

Enter KLMN Readers Services, a company with offices in Chesapeake the young men said had brought them to his doorstep in Louisville, Ky.

Would he like to buy some magazines?

"They used all the right buzzwords, like 'inner city youths,' " said Clifton, who happily ordered two subscriptions for $68. "I felt like I should help them."

The magazines - Smithsonian for him and Nutrition Health Review for his mother - never arrived, though, he said. And neither, he added, did a refund he requested the day after he placed the order.

Clifton is not alone in his complaints, according to state officials.

The Virginia Attorney General's Office sued KLMN last week, claiming the company is violating the state's Consumer Protection and Home Solicitation Sales acts. The lawsuit seeks restitution for the alleged victims, civil penalties up to $2,500 per willful violation and attorney's fees.

"We won't tolerate door-to-door sales agents who misrepresent their services," Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli said in a statement explaining why his office brought the case.

According to the lawsuit, 199 people in 24 states have filed complaints against KLMN in the past four years. Clifton was one of them, a spokesman for the Attorney General's Office said. The suit said that may represent just the "proverbial 'tip of the iceberg.' "

Complaints include people being charged for magazines that were never delivered and customers asking for refunds and never receiving them. Five individuals claimed they purchased subscriptions to be sent to charitable organizations or soldiers serving overseas, only to realize later that the sales form they signed indicated the company does not send magazines to charities, the lawsuit said.

Officials with KLMN - which received an "F" rating from the Better Business Bureau - did not return two phone messages and two emails seeking comment.

According to the KLMN website, the company is owned by Michael G. Whitely Sr., a veteran door-to-door salesman with more than 37 years' experience. It is named in honor of his four children, using the first letter of each of their names.

The Better Business Bureau indicates that Whitely has operated at least two other magazine subscription companies: Worldwide Readers Services Inc. and Universal Subscription Agency Inc. Neither appears to be currently in business.

The KLMN website says the company relies on a network of independent contractors - sales agents, sales managers and drivers work for commission and bonuses.

KLMN was incorporated in 2009 in Florida, but its website lists a Virginia phone number and Chesapeake post office box. Shannon Dancy of Chesapeake is listed as the company's treasurer in records filed with the Florida Department of State.

Despite his dealings with KLMN, Clifton is not ready to write off all door-to-door solicitors.

Next time someone comes knocking, he said he will be more careful and research the company before handing over any money. A simple web search, he said, would have alerted him to beware of KLMN.

"If I'd done just a little due diligence, I wouldn't have given them anything," he said.

Scott Daugherty, 757-222-5221, scott.daugherty@pilotonline.com
By Scott Daugherty
The Virginian-Pilot
http://hamptonroads.com
Norfolk, Virginia
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Bloomfield Township, Michigan
Police: 4 magazine salesmen arrested, accused in carjacking, stabbing
September 19, 2013
Police: 4 magazine salesmen arrested, accused in carjacking, stabbing
1:48 PM, September 19, 2013
By Tammy Stables Battaglia
Detroit Free Press Staff Writer
Police have arrested four out-of-town magazine salesmen they say went on a crime spree Sunday, including stabbing and robbing a person and carjacking another person.

Police say they carjacked a man at the Bloomfield Township Kroger after being ticketed for soliciting without a license, then stabbed another person in an armed robbery.

The carjacking victim called police at 11 p.m. Sunday from the Kroger at the corner of West Long Lake Road, according to a release issued today by Bloomfield Township Police. He told police four men attacked him after he refused to give them a ride, pulled him out of his vehicle and drove off, Sgt. Timothy Abbo said in the release.

Bloomfield Hills Police officers heard the police radio chatter about the carjacking. They informed investigators four men had just been charged with soliciting without a license and released at 10:30 p.m. from their police station at East Long Lake and Woodward Avenue, just under two miles away.

Investigators were able to use that information to identify the four men. On Monday, they arrested two men at a home on Lafayette in Detroit. The pair cooperated with investigators, leading to the arrest of two other men who were packing up at a motel off Jefferson Avenue in Detroit, preparing to flee to Kansas City, Mo.

Also on Monday, Detroit Police found the stolen vehicle abandoned on the city’s west side. Bloomfield Township Police detectives found evidence inside indicating the men were involved in an armed robbery in Detroit where one of the victims was stabbed.

The men, all in their 20s and from Chicago; Memphis, Tenn.; Shreveport, La.; and Birmingham, Ala., said they’d been in metro Detroit selling magazines for the past two months, according to police.

They are being held by Detroit Police pending charges in Detroit and Bloomfield Township.
By Tammy Stables Battaglia
Detroit Free Press Staff Writer
http://www.freep.com
Detroit, Michigan
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Breaking News

The National Field Selling Association
SCUMBAG CROOKS Strike Again !!!


This crime was brought to you by:
The National Field Selling Association
Worldwide Sales Inc.
AKA:
Advanage Diversified Products, Inc
Austin Diversified Products
And last but not least the Owner of Advanage Diversified Products and former president
of the The National Field Selling Association
Nathan Edwards
SCUM BAG PIG FOR PROFIT:


Scottsbluff, Nebraska
Traveling salesman arrested for groping woman
DMPG Info:
Door-to-Door Sales Company:
Worldwide Sales Inc.
aka: Advanage Diversified Products, Inc
aka: Austin Diversified Products
end DMPG Info
Posted to this website: September 28, 2013
Traveling salesman arrested for groping woman
By MAUNETTE LOEKS New Media Editor | Updated 2 weeks ago
Star-Herald
A 46-year-old man is in jail for sexually assaulting a woman in the parking lot of an area business Friday night.

Timothy Alsup remained jailed on a charge of third-degree sexual assault, a Class I misdemeanor, Monday after he had allegedly grabbed a female outside of Whiskey Creek.

According to an affidavit by a Scottsbluff Police officer filed in Scotts Bluff County Court, police were called to the business at 11:06 p.m. Friday and made contact with a woman and two friends.

The woman told police that a male that had not been known by the three women approached their vehicle and began speaking lewdly to thw woman. He allegedly reached into the car and groped her. She told police that she told the male repeatedly to “back off and leave her alone.”

When she did get out of her car, the woman told police, the man grabbed her buttocks, kissed her on the neck several times and hugged her twice. When he hugged her, he thrust his hips at her “in a way to simulate sexual intercourse.” Witnesses gave similar descriptions of the man and the incident.

The man had been staying at the Candlelight Inn, where police made contact with Alsup, who is identified as a traveling door-to-door salesman.

Alsup denied having talked to anyone in the Whiskey Creek parking lot, however, the officer made contact with the woman, who identified Alsup as the man who had harassed her.

Police arrested Alsup, who did not have identification and gave three different locations of out-of-state residences.

He appeared in Scotts Bluff County Court Monday afternoon on the charge. Alsup plead to the charges and will be sentenced Nov. 14.
By MAUNETTE LOEKS New Media Editor | Updated 2 weeks ago
Star-Herald
http://m.starherald.com
Scottsbluff, Nebraska
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DMPG Info Clip Posted 09/17/13:

Scottsbluff, Nebraska Police - case# 13-10003
Crime Date: 091313
Company Name: Worldwide Sales Inc.
Worldwide Sales Phone: 909-223-8709
http://www.worldwidesales.biz
1302 24th Street W,
Billings, MT 59102
info@worldwidesales.biz
Phone: (406) 371 9918
Fax: (406) 371 9917
World Wide Sales Inc.
aka: Advanage Diversified Products, Inc
aka: Austin Diversified Products
This Business is not BBB Accredited
BBB: Advanage Diversified Products, Inc
(708) 331-8390 ext 5070
16615 Halsted St, Harvey, IL 60426-6112
http://www.advanage20x.com
www.advanagedp.com
http://www.advanagedp.com
BBB Rating: F
BBB file opened: 02/17/2011Business started: 03/26/2009
Type of Entity
Corporation
Incorporated: March 2009, IL
Contact Information
Principal: Mr Arnold Bowen
Austin Edwards (President)
Business Category
Door-to-Door Sales - Cleaning Supplies, Cleaning Supplies by Internet
Alternate Business Names
Advanage Diversified Products Inc, Advantage Diversified Prod Inc
end BBB.
Austin Diversified Products
BBB: Austin Diversified Products
Nathan Edwards
ADVANAGE 20X
ADVANAGE Wonder Cleaner

See Traveling Door-to-Door Sales Organized Crime Flow Chart:
http://www.magazinesalescrews.com/industryflowcharts.html


Dallas, Texas
CRIME
That Magazine Peddler at Your Door Was Part of a $2 Million Scam by a Dallas Company
DMPG Info:
Door-to-Door Magazine Sales Company:
Destiny Sales, Inc.
Owners:
Larhon Buchanan
Samuel Cole
end DMPG Info
August 28, 2013
CRIME
That Magazine Peddler at Your Door Was Part of a $2 Million Scam by a Dallas Company
By Eric Nicholson Wed., Aug. 28 2013 at 1:29 PM
Dallas Observer
Categories: Crime
It's such a familiar scenario, you suspect there's some sort of script. Some fresh-faced young man, or else an adult whose face is a bit too weathered for their years, knocks on the door. They're a troubled youth in a crime-ridden urban area, a single parent trying to make ends meet, just a guy trying to get his life back on track, and will be able to do so if you, with your middle-class home in your middle-class neighborhood, paid for by your middle-class job, will simply buy a magazine subscription.

In fact, you pretty much know there's a script. You just wonder who wrote it. The federal government now has an answer: 32-year-old Larhon Buchanan.

Buchanan appeared in a Pennsylvania courtroom on Tuesday and pleaded guilty to co-running a Dallas-based company, Destiny Sales, Inc., as well as a handful of other firms that were part of a $2 million magazine-subscription-sales scam.

The scheme worked about like you'd expect: Buchanan and her alleged partner, 44-year-old Samuel Cole, would recruit a group of young men and women in western Pennsylvania and send them through neighborhoods with false credentials from the National Field Selling Association and Better Business Bureau. The salespeople would tell customers that a sizable portion of proceeds from their subscriptions -- which, according to posts on Ripoff Report, were quite steep -- would go to well-respected nonprofits, including military charities, children's hospitals, and youth organizations.

The magazines never showed up, but by the time the customer realized this (their receipt clearly told them to "allow 90-120 days for delivery"), Buchanan and her band of salespeople were long gone, having established a new LLC and moved to a new city. First, their operation was based in Pennsylvania, where she and Cole are from. Then, they moved it to Seattle, then Dallas.

It was a good living, at least while it lasted. By the time the law caught up with Buchanan in November 2012, the operation had claimed as many as 21,000 victims and raked in around $2 million.

Just something to keep in mind the next time guilt makes you reach for your checkbook to buy something from the kid at your front door.
By Eric Nicholson Wed., Aug. 28 2013 at 1:29 PM
Dallas Observer
http://blogs.dallasobserver.com
Dallas, Texas
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Jefferson City, Missouri
Business that goes door to door selling magazines sued by state of Missouri
DMPG Info:
Door-to-Door Magazine Sales Company:
Midwest Circulations, LLC
President: Bridgett Robbins
end DMPG Info
June 3, 2013
Business that goes door to door selling magazines sued by state of Missouri
Brian Vandenberg, Edited News Release From The Missouri Attorny General's Office
KY3-TV
Phone support: (417)268-3183
Email: vip@ky3.com
3:26 p.m. CDT, June 3, 2013
Jefferson City, Mo. – Attorney General Chris Koster has filed a lawsuit against a door-to-door magazine sales company for allegedly deceiving consumers.

Koster sued Midwest Circulations, LLC and its president, Bridgett Robbins, of Osborn, Missouri, alleging that Midwest Circulations:

Misrepresented to consumers that the magazines consumers purchased would be donated on their behalf to various charities, including children in hospitals;

Misrepresented how long consumers had to cancel their magazine subscriptions:

Illegally denied refunds to consumers; and

Failed to provide magazines to some consumers.

Koster said hundreds of people have complained to the Attorney General’s Office and the Better Business Bureau about this company.

“Consumers should be cautious about door-to-door sales or offers to provide services,” Koster said. “If you have any doubt about a sales offer, decline the offer until you have an opportunity to do some homework to determine if it is legitimate.”

The lawsuit seeks to stop Midwest Circulations and Robbins from continuing any illegal sales practices in Missouri. The suit also demands restitution for consumers and civil penalties against the business.

Koster offered the following tips to help consumers avoid becoming the victim of a scam:

Brian Vandenberg, Edited News Release From The Missouri Attorny General's Office

3:26 p.m. CDT, June 3, 2013

Be wary of sellers claiming to be local students or members of an organized group, such as a sports team. There are documented cases of door-to-door sellers being arrested by law enforcement for using this type of deception.

Avoid succumbing to high-pressure sales tactics, a common behavior for sham door-to-door sales.
Brian Vandenberg, Edited News Release From The Missouri Attorny General's Office
KY3-TV
Phone support: (417)268-3183
Email: vip@ky3.com
http://www.ky3.com
Springfield, Missouri
Read This Story



DMPG Info:
Bridgett Robbins: Midwest Circulation LLC
Pig for Profit
Bridgett Robbins is beyond all doubt the next Karleen Killery Spruiell of the Traveling
Door-to-Door Magazine Sales Industry.


DMPG Info Clip Posted 041813:
Midwest Circulations,LLC, aka: Success Unlimited Assoc. Inc., aka: Prodigy Publications, aka: MidWest Marketing, aka: MWM, aka: Prodigy Publications

Google Search: Midwest Circulation + magazine

Search Midwest Circulation This Website

Additional Information:

Prodigy Publications, Presence on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Prodigy-Publications/151903328211203
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Prodigy-Publications/151903328211203?sk=wall&filter=12
Prodigy Publications Photos:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Prodigy-Publications/151903328211203?id=151903328211203&sk=photos_stream
Prodigy Publications/Midwest Marketing
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Prodigy-PublicationsMidwest-Marketing/172410322780327
Ripoff Reports: Midwest Circulations, LLC
https://www.ripoffreport.com/Search/midwest%20circulation.aspx

Midwest Circulation LLC.
aka: Success Unlimited Assoc. Inc., aka: MidWest Marketing, aka: Prodigy Publications
Bridgett Robbins
CEO & President at Midwest Circulations,LLC and Success Unlimited Assoc. Inc.
Website
Facebook


BBB: Midwest Circulation LLC
This Business is not BBB accredited
Midwest Circulation LLC
BBB Rating: F
Phone: (816) 632-2919
Phone: (816) 632-2917
Fax: (816) 632-2916
506 Northland Dr, Cameron, MO 64429
3330 Smalley Ter, Kansas City, MO 64129
http://www.midwestcirculationllc.com/default.html
BBB file opened: September 29, 2009
Business started: 08/15/2009
Business incorporated: 11/01/2008 in CO
Type of Entity
Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Business Management
Jami . Wendy ., Customer Service
Contact Information
Complaint Contact: Wendy ., Customer Service
Business Category
MAGAZINES-SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS
MAGAZINES SOLD DOOR-TO-DOOR
end BBB info.

On January 15, 2012 a magazine salesman was arrested and accused of stealing the wedding rings from an 81-year-old Gainesville woman who had let him into her house to use the restroom, police said. The suspect, Jack Ryan Patti, 20, of Belton, Mo., who said he was an employee with Midwest Circulation LLC, was charged with grand theft, a third-degree felony, as the wedding rings were valued at about $700. Patti was being held at the Alachua County jail in lieu of $5,000 bond. Gainsville police case # 02-12-001056.

On May 8, 2010 Patrick M. Schneider, a traveling door-to-door magazine salesman raped a Sycamore, Illinois woman. Schneider was convicted of criminal sexual assault. According to police reports Schneider was employed by Midwest Circulations LLC. Dekalb County Illinois Case # 201001431

Kissimmee, Florida
December 31, 2009
Arrests of salesmen in bloody Osceola County beating attracts attention of national group monitoring door-to-door magazine sales. KISSIMMEE – Two national groups say the recent arrests of two magazine salesmen charged with beating a colleague at an Osceola County motel represent a nationwide surge in violence in a door-to-door business where workers can't meet quotas in the recession. Parent Watch, one of the groups, has been following the industry for 30 years that hires young adults to travel across country in teams selling magazine subscriptions to earn points for prizes, cash awards and shopping sprees. "The crews for the most point seem to be more on edge than ever before because they can't sell," said Parent Watch founder Earline Williams, who handles two to six phone calls a day from frightened, stranded workers seeking bus fare home. "The industry's ouf of control as far as violence." On Dec. 16, Osceola County deputies found a salesman known as " The Kid" bleeding from multiple wounds outside America's Best Inn at 5150 W. U.S. Highway 192, according to sheriff's reports. The victim, Brian Emery, told deputies he recently had been hired to sell magazines and slept with other team members in a motel room rented by the company. Late on Dec. 15, some of his team members gave him $12 to buy beer but became enraged when he bought the wrong brand, the report stated. Justine Angermeier, a 24-year-old salesman, is charged with breaking a 32-ounce beer bottle against Emery's right eye and cheekbone. Jeremy Kirkemeir, 20, a team member with a criminal record in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri, is charged with taking part in a beating that followed, according to court records. Both were released on bail from the Osceola County Jail. On Thursday, about 30 salespeople working for Midwest Circulation LLC, a door-to-door magazine sales company, checked out America's Best Inn on Thursday afternoon, according to the motel staff. Midwest Circulation manager Bridgett Robbins, who lists Angermeier as a friend on her Myspace.com page, did not return a telephone request for comment. The group's activities prompted a public warning in Gainesville in November, when about 50 Midwest Circulation workers started selling magazines in Alachua County, according to the Gainesville Sun. "Our patrol division has been advised to be on the lookout for places where these folks may be working and that they do have criminal histories," sheriff's spokesman Art Forgey told the newspaper. Few of the magazine sales teams do background checks on their workers, according Phil Ellenbecker of http://www.travelingsalescrews.info , a national group based in Wisconsin that has tracked about 300 felony crimes and 86 deaths attributed to door-to-door vendors. "It's not uncommon to get recently released felons knocking on your door trying to sell you magazines," said Ellenbecker. "They've been linked to a number of unsolved rapes and murders."
Henry Pierson Curtis can be reached at 407-420-5257 or hcurtis@orlandosentinel.com.
Source:
By Henry Pierson Curtis, Orlando Sentinel
5:06 p.m. EST, December 31, 2009
http://www.orlandosentinel.com
Orlando, Florida
end sentinel article

Door-to-Door Magazine Sales Company:
Midwest Circulation LLC.
aka: Success Unlimited Assoc. Inc.
Bridgett Robbins
CEO & President at Midwest Circulations,LLC and Success Unlimited Assoc. Inc.
Website
Facebook


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The DMPG is not responsible for inaccurate data in any of the above sources of information.
Various company websites change over a period of time. Information and Links also change.
The DMPG cannot control this and for this reason cannot guarantee 100% accuracty of data.
If you have a question or find an error on this website please contact the DMPG WebMaster:
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DMPG Info Clip Posted 05/10/13:

May 9, 2013
California Law Firm Wins A Historic Victory Over The Traveling Door-to-Door Magazine Sales Clearinghouses.
12 man jury returns a unanimous decision:
Magazine Sales Agents Are NOT Independent Contractors They Are Employees of the Magazine Clearinghouse !!!


Hi Phil: I am thrilled to report that in the case of Gary Roberts and Nat Tonihka versus Atlantic Circulation our jury returned a unanimous verdict in our favor today finding that, under California law, the clearinghouse, ACI, was the employer of our clients at the time they were grievously injured in a van rollover in 2009 while selling magazines. This is the first verdict ever in the history of the industry finding a clearinghouse to be an employer of the solicitors. You were a significant help in achieving this result. Thanks and congratulations. A jury will find the truth when the truth is before them. We showed them. Atlantic Circulation got all the benefits of exploiting the boys. Now Atlantic Circulation will face the burdens of that relationship. Thanks.

Thom Peters
Partner
Kiesel + Larson LLP
8648 Wilshire Boulevard
Beverly Hills, Ca. 90211-2910
310-854-4444
http://www.kbla.com

See Traveling Door-to-Door Sales Flow Chart:
http://www.magazinesalescrews.com/industryflowcharts.html


FUGITIVE OF JUSTICE
Kevin Eugene Davis
Door-to-Door Magazine Sales Company:
Lrumar Publications
aka: Lucretius Phocylides LLC
Colorado Court Case : 11CR4093
Colorodo Springs Sheriff office police report: 11-24548
Date of Crime: 08/03/11
Felomy Charge: Possession of marijuana concentrate. 0ver 3oz.
Contact:
Colorado Springs Sheriffs Office: (719) 520-7111
El Paso County, Colorado DA office: 719-520--6000
Kevin Eugene Davis

Kevin Eugene Davis



WANTED: Magazine Salesman: Sexual Assault


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Fredericksburg, Virginia
Magazine sales exec gets prison for fraud
February 20, 2013
Magazine sales exec gets prison for fraud
BY KEITH EPPS / THE FREE LANCE–STAR
FEB 20, 2014

The head of a Georgia-based magazine sales operation was ordered Tuesday to serve 18 months in jail because of his company’s deceptive practices.

James Edward Clair, 42, of Buford, Ga., was convicted of 32 charges in Stafford Circuit Court, including two felony counts of obtaining money by false pretenses.

As part of a plea agreement, another 116 charges were dropped.

Judge Sarah Deneke’s sentence exceeded the recommended state sentencing guidelines, which call for probation and no incarceration.

Clair entered Alford pleas to the charges, meaning that while he does not admit guilt he acknowledges that evidence is sufficient for convictions. A six-day jury trial for Clair had been scheduled to start Tuesday.

According to the evidence presented by prosecutors Kristin Bird and Michael Hardiman, a group of solicitors working for Clair’s company came to Stafford early last year.

The group, mostly young people, stayed at the Days Inn on U.S. 17 in a block of rooms that police say were paid for by Clair.

The salespersons went door to door, falsely claiming to be area residents, selling magazine subscriptions to benefit troops overseas or local sports teams.

Stafford Detective Christine Hammond began an investigation in March after getting complaints from multiple residents.

Hammond said she learned that the solicitors were often lying to residents about their own identities and about what the money was being raised for.

Many customers either didn’t get what they paid for or got nothing at all.

Hammond’s investigation led to a central clearinghouse in Georgia headed by Clair, who never came to Stafford prior to his arrest.

His company, United Family Circulation, has sent solicitors all over the country.

Bird said among the military installations subscriptions were supposedly being sent to were Walter Reed Hospital, the USS Theodore Roosevelt and VMI Military Hospital.

Bird said Walter Reed closed in 2011, the USS Theodore Roosevelt has been docked since 2009 and the VMI hospital never existed.

Bird said about 200 Stafford residents were bilked by deceptive practices. Clair was ordered to make restitution of $18,856, which he made Tuesday.

Fifteen others, including Clair’s ex-wife, have been charged in connection with the fraud.

Five have received jail time ranging from 30 days to Clair’s 18 months; two others still have to be sentenced and two have yet to be tried.

The others have not yet been arrested.

“We certainly hope we’ve sent a clear message to solicitors who would come here with less-than-honest intentions,” Bird said.

Keith Epps: 540/374-5404
BY KEITH EPPS / THE FREE LANCE–STAR
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Fredericksburg, Virginia
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Fredericksburg, Virginia
Magazine sales firm owner faces fraud charges in Stafford
DMPG Info:
Door-to-Door Magazine Sales Company:
Majestic Sales LLC. aka: United Family Circulation
aka: Marquis Fulfillment Agency

Active Member of the National Field Selling Association:
http://nfsa.com
National Field Selling Association Members Page:
http://nfsa.com/portfolio-page


BBB: United Family Circulation
This Business is not BBB Accredited
United Family Circulation
BBB Rating: F
Phone: (770) 831-7733
(770) 831-7722
(866) 299-2619
(770) 831-7002
(770) 831-7003
Fax: (770) 831-7040
303 W Shadburn Ave Ste 100, Buford, GA 30518-2692
BBB file opened: 07/08/1999
Business started: 06/08/1999
Licensing
This company is in an industry that may require licensing, bonding or registration
in order to lawfully do business. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate
agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.
These agencies may include:
Department of Banking & Finance
2990 Brandywine Rd Ste 200
Atlanta, GA30341-5529
(770) 986-1633
http://www.gadbf.org
Contact Information
Principal: Mr. James Clair (President)
Mr. Nicholas Angel (CEO, CFO, SEC)
Mr. Rick Clair Ms. Julie Clair Ms. Jennifer I. Clair (Secretary)
Mr. Rick W. Clair
Number of Employees
2
Business Category
Magazine Sales, Magazines Sold Door-to-Door,
Employment Agencies, Magazines - Subscription Agents, Mortgage Brokers
Alternate Business Names
Absolute Marketing, ALP, LLC, Coast to Coast Sales, Inc, CQ Diversified Products,
Empire Sales, Inc., Majestic Sales LLC, Marquis Fulfillment Agency LL, Nationwide
Subscriptions, Inc., Tuscan Readers Services, Inc., U S Circulation Corp, Ultimate
Power Sales, Inc., Xcaliber Marketing, Inc., Platinum Sales, Inc., United Family
Publication, Heritage Marketing
end DMPG Info
September 21, 2012
Magazine sales firm owner faces fraud charges in Stafford
BY KEITH EPPS
THE FREE LANCE-STAR
fredericksburg.com
September 21st, 2012 9:35 pm
A judge Friday set a $250,000 bond for the head of a Georgia-based magazine sales operation accused of cheating at least 60 people in Stafford out of money.

James Edward Clair, 42, of Buford, Ga., is charged in Stafford with 148 offenses, including multiple counts of obtaining money by false pretenses.

During a three-hour bond hearing Friday in Stafford Circuit Court, prosecutors Kristin Bird and Jim Peterson asked Judge Sarah Deneke to have Clair held without bond.

They argued that Clair’s business is continuing to operate fraudulently and that Clair has been encouraging others wanted in Stafford for their roles in the operation to hide from authorities.

Local attorney Mark Gardner and Georgia lawyer Brian Steele said Clair poses no danger to any community and is not a flight risk.

Steele said Clair has known about the investigation against him for months and still showed up in Stafford on Friday as requested.

“He is not the leader of the people who came to Stafford to rip off residents,” Steele said.

According to the evidence, a group of young people were in the area earlier this year selling magazine subscriptions, supposedly to benefit troops overseas or local sports teams.

Detective Christine Hammond testified that she began an investigation in March after getting complaints from multiple residents.

Hammond said she learned that the solicitors were often lying to residents about their own identities and about what the money was being raised for.

Many customers either didn’t get what they paid for or got nothing at all.

Hammond’s investigation led to a central clearinghouse in Georgia headed by Clair. She said Clair has sent solicitors all over the country, including Washington state, Oregon, Kansas, Florida and North Carolina.

The Stafford group stayed at the Days Inn on U.S. 17 in a block of rooms that police say were paid for by Clair.

Hammond’s widespread investigation, which included a trip to Georgia to serve a search warrant, resulted in the arrests of about 15 people on charges in Stafford.

Two have already been convicted of felony offenses, and some are cooperating with authorities in the case against Clair.

A six-day trial in Stafford has been tentatively set to start Feb. 19.

Keith Epps: 540/374-5404
kepps@freelancestar.com
By Edie Gross on September 21st, 2012 9:35 pm
BY KEITH EPPS
THE FREE LANCE-STAR
fredericksburg.com
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Fredericksburg, Virginia
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Karleen Hillery Spruiell (James Edward Clair's Sister) is curently serving a 10 year prison term
in Arizona. The murdering bitch was convicted of multiple counts of DUI and Felony Assault.

Karleen Hillery Spruiell
The Mother Of PURE EVIL !!!

Karleen Hillery Spruiell is responsible for the deaths of 8 young kids.
Including 7 kids killed near Janesville, Wisconsin on March 25, 1999
Janesville, Wisconsin Van Rollover March 25, 1999
Malinda's Memorial

karleen Hillery's brother James E. Clair (Marquis Fulfillment Agency)
is currently being sued for the deaths of 4 young kids (LTP Inc.) in a van rollover on June 22, 2011
near Idaho Falls, Idaho.
Read PDF Law Suit

Robert Spruiell and Karleen Hillery Spruiell were both members of the National Field Selling Association.
Robert Spruiell was stabbed to death in May 2008 in Miami, Florida during a drug deal gone bad.
They are all part of the family: Organized Crime: The NFSA and the MPA. Robert Spruiell and Karleen Hillery both cleared magazine subscriptions through the Magazine Publishers of America.
Using magazine clearinghouses:
National Publishers Exchange
Magazine Fullfilment Services
PUBLISHERS CONSULTING CORPORATION
"He who profits by a crime commits it."




Denver, Colorado
Judge Issues Permanent Injunction Against Magazine Sales Companies
December 1, 2012
Judge Issues Permanent Injunction Against Magazine Sales Companies
KCNC-TV
Virtual Channel 4
RF Channel 35
December 1, 2012 2:56 PM


(credit: CBS)



Jennifer Proffitt Payne and Cody Payne (credit: CBS)


DENVER (CBS4) – Five years after an undercover CBS4 investigation into door-to-door magazine sales a judge has taken dramatic action.

Two major players in the magazine sales world are now permanently barred from the business and were fined almost $1 million dollars.

A Denver District Court judge issued a permanent injunction against the magazine sales companies, saying they routinely misled consumers, failed to deliver magazines, and routinely misrepresented their connection with charities and other groups.

Magazine crews have been crisscrossing Colorado for years, in many cases misleading consumers like Catherine Pickering.

“He told me what they were doing was buying books for children in the hospital and I thought, ‘Well gee, that’s’ pretty good.’ You know because it was for the hospital,” Pickering said. She gave magazine salesmen $300, but the door-to-door salesmen were later arrested for fraud admitting their hospital story was just a ruse to sell subscriptions.

Now a Denver judge has ordered the husband wife team of Cody Payne and Jennifer Proffitt Payne banned from the door-to-door magazine business and ordered them to pay nearly $1 million in fines

The Paynes owned and ran a network of magazine companies that a judge says operated in bad faith, had sales crews make false statements to consumers, and failed to provide refunds.

“What actually generated the most complaints was people who tried to cancel their subscriptions, either because they didn’t get it, or it was too expensive, or whatever other reasons, and were promised refunds that were never processed and never received,” Deputy Attorney General Jan Zavislan said.

The Attorney General’s Office says it’s identified nearly 800 Colorado consumers ripped off by the Paynes and their web of companies.

“There’s no question that with crews operating in multiple states, as well as in Colorado, that they sold magazines to thousands of households,” Zavislan said.

Five years ago A CBS4 producer went undercover with a magazine sales crew. She was told to act younger to elicit more sympathy and sales.

“So I’m talking to you as Stephanie, but when I’m in contests I’m trying to act more like a kid, so my voice is going to change a little bit and I act more kiddish,” the salesperson said to the CBS4 producer.

The Paynes didn’t contest the order banning them for life from the magazine industry. It’s believed they have both now moved out of Colorado.

The Attorney General’s Office urges people not to let any unsolicited door-to-door salesmen in their house at any time.
KCNC-TV
Virtual Channel 4
RF Channel 35
http://denver.cbslocal.com
Denver, Colorado
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A Industry Rife With Fraud, Exploitation and Crime
See Why We Say This


Magazine Sales Crews
Dedicated To Presenting The Violence, Crime, Fraud, Human Trafficking and Exploitation
that have turned the Traveling door-to-door Magazine Sales Industry into a National Tragedy.


"He who profits by a crime commits it."

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How To DESTROY The EVIL Monster:
Change their 'business model' with state and federal legislation: Regulate their fowl, immoral, and criminal industry.
Don't buy cleaner or magazine products from a door-to-door salesman.
Deplete their work force by destroying their ability to recruit sales agents.
Take away their profits by taking away their sales and their sales agents.
Expose them with media coverage at all levels.
Educate every parent, teacher and kid in the United States about their exploitation, human trafficking and crime.
Continue to file civil lawsuits against companies that have committed hidious crimes.
Report all fraud cases to the State Attorney General.
Contact all media including newspapers, facebook, and Craig's list: destroy their ability to recruit our children.
Report all exploitation, abuse, and abandoment cases to the Polaris Project: (Human Trafficking).

My hate will die with you.

On March 25, 1999 you cracked my beautiful daughters head in half like a watermelon,
and you ripped her guts apart. Malinda bled to death on a cold cement highway with
no one to hold or comfort her as she lay dying. Malinda was 18 years old.
You murdered my daughter Malinda, destroyed my family, my son, and my life that night.
Malinda went to heaven on March 25, 1999.
You are ALL going to prison and then you are ALL going to HELL !!!


“I reach’d my home—my home no more—
For all had flown who made it so.
I pass’d from out its mossy door,
And, tho’ my tread was soft and low,
A voice came from the threshold stone
Of one whom I had earlier known—
Oh, I defy thee, Hell, to show
On beds of fire that burn below,
An humbler heart—a deeper woe.”
Edgar Allan Poe


Pigs for Profit
The total ANNIHILATION of your multi-billion dollar a year industry is our goal.
We are going to destroy the exploitation, slavery, human trafficking, and hideous crime.

How long do you think it's going to be before we expose YOU on American Greed and 60 Minutes?
How long do you think it's going to be before we get congressional hearings and federal legislation?
How long do think it's going to be before we destroy your 'business model' and shut you down forever.
How long do you think it's going to be before we file criminal and civil RICO cases and Class Action Law Suits.
Take another breath and blink your reptile eyes.
That's how long it's going to be.

Maybe you should look up the definitions of conspiracy and organized crime.
All evil in this world has an Achilles Heel and we are going to slaughter you with one single arrow.




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Traveling Door-to-Door Magazine Salesman With Gun???
Gee, is this a pellet gun for killing the rats in the motel or is it a 9 mm/45 cal. used for other ominous reasons?
I can't find the use of this gun in the National Field Selling Association or Magazine Publishers of America Code of Ethics
but I'm sure it's in their somewhere. Or maybe it's the gun they will use to kill me and my family?

Blue Diamond Gun

Blue Diamond Facebook

Blue Diamond FAcebook Mobile Uploads

Blue Diamond Subscriptions Magazine Salesman Selling Magazines For The
Magazine Publishers of America and the National Field Selling Association

Blue Diamond Subscriptions is an active member of the National Field Selling Association:
http://nfsa.com
The Unholy

BBB: Blue Diamond Subscriptions
Phone: (602) 222-0120
PO Box 83173, Phoenix, AZ 85071
http://www.bluediamondsubscriptions.com
BBB Rating: F
BBB file opened: February 09, 2012
Business started: 01/01/2010
Business Management
Mr. Samuel Kraft, Office Manager
Mr. Jose Roque, Contest Supervisor
Mr. Brandon Stice, Executive Contest Cooridinator
Lacy Knight, Executive Contest Cooridinator
Mr. Thomas Woodward, Principal
Customer Contact: Mr. Samuel Kraft, Office Manager
Principal: Mr. Thomas Woodward, Principal
Business Category
Door-to-Door Sales - Magazines
end BBB
DMPG Info:
Blue Diamond Subscriptions: Formerly Atlantic Circulation Inc.


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Seven Young Kids Killed And Five Maimed For Life
Janesville Van Rollover March 25, 1999



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