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7KAdvantageLies and scam


I wish that I would have found this thread a year ago! I need to warn everyone about a scam called the 7kadvantage...

There is an evil man masquerading as a Christian, and his name is Jack Weinzierl. He will lie and cheat every last penny out of your savings and then never return your calls after it is obvious that you have no more to give.

I fell for this scam BIG TIME... I believed in Jack... and he and his wife kept telling me to "believe" and that everything would "work out" in God's time. What a fool I was... he tried to tell me that my faith wasn't strong enough! The more I got to know him, the more un-Christian I realized he was! There is truly a dark spirit around this man and his wife! They are EVIL to the core!

My entire life savings was blown on this ridiculous opportunity. I fully understand that is probably my fault as much as anyone's, but there was Jack and his evil wife... encouraging me every step of the way! I am so embarrassed... but I feel the need to share this disaster with others so that they don't fall for it as well!

I literally cried the night I went to my hotel room after attending a Millionaire Mindset Conference... I knew then that I had been taken. And I felt worse because I had unknowingly conned a close friend of mine to attend as well...He could only afford a one day ticket...I was sick.

PLEASE people... beware of this scam. I have lost everything because of this opportunity, along with my poor decision making... my wife left me...everything.



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    Soapboxmom Sep 25, 2009

    The following is an e-mail I sent to various law enforcement agencies that got Tim Darnell removed from the prison ministry:

    To Whom it May Concern,

    You have a Mr. Timothy Spencer Darnell leading prison ministry. This very dangerous and dishonest individual should not have any contact with any inmates under any circumstances. He is a serial scammer who has defrauded hundreds of people over twenty years and who has been involved in numerous questionable court cases and very serious threats.

    The first thing you should know is he is not a citizen of the United States by choice. Darnell wrote that to weasel out of a legitimate lawsuit filed by one of the hundreds of reps he has defrauded that was trying to recover their losses. When Darnell wants to frighten off people he has defrauded he sends out sickening threatening letters like these to silence those he has harmed.

    Darnell threatened fellow church members from Cottonwood Creek Baptist Church and the McKinney police had to be contacted. Curtis Harrison was the attorney for his victims. Darnell was told by the police and that attorney to stop making threats. His testimony concerning that is in the document attached. If he had continued the DA would have gotten involved and possibly filed criminal charges. As he knew he could no longer make overt threats without risking jail time, he fabricated allegations that he was receiving death threats from me and being stalked by me. I turned myself in to the Allen Police and demanded they investigate, but they could not do anything without Tim Darnell making a report. Tim Darnell’s attorney submitted that very page summarizing the false claims he was making at the first hearing for the frivolous, harassment case he filed against me. That groundless filing was an effort to spend me into silence. The judge read those fabricated death threat and stalking allegations at the first hearing and dissolved the restraining order. Tim Darnell was denied any form of injunction. Tim Darnell had not one shred of evidence to support these vicious lies as I had never stalked him or threatened him in any way. He lost the case against me as he and his attorney never produced a single false statement made by me.

    Tim Darnell filed and lost in Summary Judgment a frivolous, groundless harassment suit against the Better Business Bureau of Dallas. I posted and commented on all the court documents. The court documents confirmed a 98% loss rate for the participants in Advantage Conferences and it was litigated to be a pyramid scheme. Many of the reps they defrauded lost around $20, 000.00.

    Tim Darnell stole his church’s name to set up a bogus charity.

    Tim Darnell was involved in a scam virtually identical to Advantage Conferences which was also run out of his home. It ended with a bankruptcy and two hotels suing Darnell as the registered agent for that disaster of a business.

    Mr. Darnell also had a stranger owned life insurance venture that imploded with no sales and was followed by an investigation by the Texas Department of Insurance.

    Mr. Darnell, Advantage Conferences, Jack Weinzierl and Jim McHugh are also facing a suit for fraud, conspiracy and violations of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act in District Court in Collin County. That case is nearing its conclusion and I fear he will be enraged when he loses.

    Tim Darnell owes an undetermined amount of back taxes to the IRS as he sent in Affidavits and refused to pay any taxes from [protected]. He is still trying to resolve that. He has a tax lien on his home. He is also being sued for delinquent property taxes. He is extremely desperate for money with all the litigation he is involved in.


    Heather Dobrott

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