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Jan 30, 2011
Scientology founder's tenets drive Pinellas title company, under fire for rapid document processing — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
More: Who's who in Nationwide Title Clearing
Type: Press
Author(s): Susan Taylor Martin, Joe Childs
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
In 2009, a low-profile Pinellas County company drew unwelcome attention in a growing national controversy over home foreclosures. Employees of Nationwide Title Clearing, a leading processor of mortgage-related documents for banks, loan servicers and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., were under fire for signing paperwork as "vice president" of various banks although they actually worked for NTC. The assembly-line process in which workers scrawled their names or initials on hundreds of documents at a time — typically without reading them — ...
Apr 7, 2009
JMike to run for SB mayor — Daily Nexus (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Type: Press
Author(s): Lexi Pandell
Source: Daily Nexus (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Published Tuesday, April 7, 2009 Issue 99 / Volume 89 “JMike” is not your average Santa Barbara mayoral candidate. Justin “JMike!” Michael is a 29-year-old musician with no prior political experience and a criminal record. He’s not affiliated with any political party and is the son of infamous Scientology minister and Ponzi schemer Reed Slatkin. He was recently a guest on Oprah. And this November, he wants your vote. Michael is not running a traditional campaign, but he says he takes ...
Feb 15, 2008
The faith business: Scientology in NZ — Sunday Star-Times
Type: Press
Source: Sunday Star-Times
Accountant Andrew Yong was near his office in the Panmure shops in east Auckland when he met a man who would change his life. Andrew Wenborn was from the Church of Scientology, headquartered a few hundred metres away. An Australian on secondment from Sydney, Wenborn persuaded Yong to take a Scientology "stress test", using an electrical device called an "e-meter". Sure enough, Yong was stressed and his health poor, Wenborn told him, and Scientology could help. What's more, said Wenborn, he ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jun 26, 2007
Scientology profits from some big business — CBN News
More: web.archive.org
Type: Press
Source: CBN News
Scientology is pervasive in business and has received a big boost in publicity with celebrities at the helm of the PR machine. In this week's Us Weekly, the new Helio phone is featured in the Buzz-o-meter section as a desirable gadget with this celebrity endorsement: "Katie Holmes and Laura Prepon use this phone…" Holmes and Prepon are both Scientologists, and Helio is a Scientology-based company descended from another one, EarthLink. Both Helio and EarthLink were founded by Sky Dayton, an avowed ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Nov 8, 2006
Scientology groups to pay back $3.5 million; They agree to return `profits' from a Ponzi scheme run by financial advisor Reed Slatkin. — Los Angeles Times (California)
Oct 26, 2005
Consultant sentenced in investment scam — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): E. Scott Reckard
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
A former Southern California business consultant received a four-month prison sentence for conspiring to obstruct a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation of financial advisor Reed E. Slatkin's $593-million investment scam, federal prosecutors said Tuesday. Daniel W. Jacobs helped stall the SEC for more than a year by pretending to represent a Swiss brokerage holding hundreds of millions of dollars in funds from Slatkin investors, according to his plea agreement with the government. Jacobs, 63, who pleaded guilty and cooperated extensively with ...
Nov 17, 2004
Slatkin associate, girlfriend face tax-evasion indictment — Los Angeles Times (California)
More: 8.12.42.31
Type: Press
Author(s): E. Scott Reckard
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
By E. Scott Reckard November 17, 2004 in print edition C-2 Federal prosecutors announced tax-evasion charges Tuesday against former Grateful Dead road manager Ronald L. Rakow and his girlfriend in connection with a scheme to conceal Rakow’s income, much of which he earned working for convicted Ponzi scheme operator Reed Slatkin. Assistant U.S. Atty. Michael R. Wilner said Rakow diverted $5.2 million that he received from Slatkin and other sources to his girlfriend, Denise Del Bianco, from 1998 through 2001. At ...
May 3, 2001
Earthlink co-founder is sued over investments — New York Times
Type: Press
Source: New York Times
LOS ANGELES, May 2 — Lawsuits filed by investors accuse a co-founder of the Internet service provider EarthLink Inc. of bilking them of more than $35 million. The co-founder, Reed E. Slatkin, a venture capitalist from Santa Barbara, Calif., is also under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission for his financial dealings, according to a report today in The Los Angeles Times. Investors have filed at least three lawsuits against Mr. Slatkin, with lawyers saying that he collected more than ...
May 2, 2001
Co-Founder of EarthLink is accused of investor fraud — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Liz Pulliam Weston, Myron Levin
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
Courts: Lawsuits allege Reed E. Slatkin bilked friends out of $35 million. SEC is also conducting an investigation. Investors are accusing Reed E. Slatkin, a co-founder of the giant Internet service provider EarthLink Inc., of operating a Ponzi scheme that may have resulted in the loss of least $35 million of their funds. Slatkin—a Santa Barbara socialite and venture capitalist—also is under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission for his financial activities, which allegedly included a day-trading operation that promised ...
May 28, 1998
EarthLink Connects — TheStandard.com
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Michelle V. Rafter
Source: TheStandard.com
The Southern California Internet Service Provider has defied conventional wisdom just by surviving. Now Dayton and Betty are betting the company on a $180 million deal with Sprint. Driving down a steep mountain road after a weekend on the slopes of Big Bear in Southern California, EarthLink Network (ELNK) founder Sky Dayton and his promising COO candidate, Charles "Garry" Betty, had an unexpected chance to see how well they worked together. A storm the previous night had covered the road with ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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