To ?                                                                   on 10/28/05 at1:48 PM I sent to the city of west st. paul
This is an official request for Information Within ten days please.

Hi I am requesting under the freedom of information act the resume that Arbon Hairston used or submitted to get hired as city mangier of West St. Paul.  Minnesota Statutes 2004, 609.43

I am also requesting under the freedom of information act the resume or application that Minnela Bud Shaver used to get hired as Police chief of West St. Paul and the posting of position & requirements the city used internally as well externally and a copy of the news papers or special posting lists used to solicit new chiefs State or national wide. 

Minnesota Statutes 2004, 609.43

I have requested information from James H. 9/8/2005 that was apparently past on to Shelly S.  Shelly S. responded 9/16/2005 by mail prior to my home being raided but I have not received the information request yet. I wonder who is familiar with Minnesota Statutes 2004, 609.43 or if no one respects the law or maybe I’m misinformed.

Still a resident of WSP
Noel kalinoski
228 Annapolis st. E
wsp mn 55118
PS I understand whose desk this must go to and my constructional right to have access to my government has been some what impeded.

STATE OF ILLINOIS
SECRETARY OF STATE
SECURITIES DEPARTMENT

 
  )
IN THE MATTER OF: ARBON HAIRSTON, )File No. 0400119
  D/B/A SATELLITE DOCTORS )
  )

CONSENT ORDER

TO THE RESPONDENT: Arbon Hairston
d/b/a Satellite Doctors
100 Emerson Avenue West Apartment #311
West Saint Paul, Minnesota 55118

WHEREAS, Respondent, Arbon Hairston, d/b/a Satellite Doctors, (the "Respondent") on May 7, 2005, executed a certain Stipulation To Enter Consent Order of Prohibition (the "Stipulation"), which hereby is incorporated by reference herein.

WHEREAS, by means of the Stipulation, the Respondent has admitted to the jurisdiction of the Secretary of State and service of the Notice of Hearing in this matter and the Respondents have consented to the entry of this Consent Order of Prohibition.

WHEREAS, the Secretary of State, by and through his designated representative, the Securities Director, has determined that the matter related to the aforesaid formal hearing may be dismissed without fu
rther proceeding.
WHEREAS, the Respondent has acknowledged, while neither admitting or denying the truth thereof, that the allegations contained in paragraph seven (7) of the Stipulation shall be adopted as the Secretary of State's Findings of Fact as follows:

Count I (Violation of 12.A and 12.D)
1. That Respondent, Satellite Doctors was a business entity with a last known address of P.O. Box 178, Maryville, Illinois;
2. That, at all times relevant the Respondent Arbon Hairston was an officer, director, agent or employee of Satellite Doctors;
3. That on or about March 31, 2000, Arbon Hairston, d/b/a Satellite Doctors, (hereinafter “Hairston”) offered and sold Carole Riggin (hereinafter, “Riggin”) a 90 day promissory note in return for a loan of $5,000;

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4. That the above-referenced promissory note is a security as that term is defined pursuant to Section 2.1. of the Illinois Securities Law of 1953 [815 ILCS 5/1 et seq.] (the "Act");
5. That Section 5 of the Act provides, inter alia, that all securities except those set forth under Section 2a, or those exempt under Section 3, or those offered and sold in transactions exempt under Section 4 of the Act shall be registered with the Secretary of State prior to their offer or sale in the State of Illinois;
6. That Section 12.A of the Act provides, inter alia, that it shall be a violation of the Act for any person to offer or sell any securities except in accordance with the provisions of the Act;
7. That Section 12.D of the Act provides, inter alia, that it shall be a violation of the Act for any person to fail to file with the Secretary of State any document required to be filed under any provision of the Act;
8. That at all times relevant hereto, the Respondent, Arbon Hairston, failed to file an application for registration of the above referenced securities with the Secretary of State prior to their offer or sale in the State of Illinois;
9. That by virtue of the foregoing, the Respondent, Arbon Hairston, has violated Sections 12.A and 12.D of the Act; 10. That Section 11.E(2) of the Act provides, inter alia, that if the Secretary of State shall find that any person has violated subsection D of Section 12 of the Act, the Secretary of State may by written order prohibit the person from offering or selling any securities in this State;
11. That Section 11.E(4) of the Act provides, inter alia, that if the Secretary of State, after finding that any provision of the Act has been violated, may impose a fine as provided by rule, regulation or order not to exceed $10,000.00 for each violation of the Act;
12. That by virtue of the foregoing, the Respondent, Arbon Hairston, is subject to a fine of up to $10,000.00 per violation, an order of public censure, costs of investigation and reasonable expenses, and an order which permanently prohibits the Respondents from offering or selling securities in the State of Illinois;

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Count II (Violation of 12.A and 12.D)

1-2. Paragraph 1-2 of Count I is re-alleged and incorporated as paragraph 1-2 of this Count II;
3. that on or about April 8, 2000, Arbon Hairston, d/b/a Satellite Doctors, (hereinafter “Hairston”) offered and sold Morris Hargrove (hereinafter, “Hargrove”) a 90 day promissory note in return for a loan of $2,000;
4. That the above-referenced promissory note is a security as that term is defined pursuant to Section 2.1. of the Illinois Securities Law of 1953 [815 ILCS 5/1 et seq.] (the "Act");
5. That Section 5 of the Act provides, inter alia, that all securities except those set forth under Section 2a, or those exempt under Section 3, or those offered and sold in transactions exempt under Section 4 of the Act shall be registered with the Secretary of State prior to their offer or sale in the State of Illinois;
6. That Section 12.A of the Act provides, inter alia, that it shall be a violation of the Act for any person to offer or sell any securities except in accordance with the provisions of the Act;
7. That Section 12.D of the Act provides, inter alia, that it shall be a violation of the Act for any person to fail to file with the Secretary of State any document required to be filed under any provision of the Act;
8. That at all times relevant hereto, the Respondent, Arbon Hairston, failed to file an application for registration of the above referenced securities with the Secretary of State prior to their offer or sale in the State of Illinois;
9. That by virtue of the foregoing, the Respondent, Arbon Hairston, has violated Sections 12.A and 12.D of the Act;
10. That Section 11.E(2) of the Act provides, inter alia, that if the Secretary of State shall find that any person has violated subsection D of Section 12 of the Act, the Secretary of State may by written order prohibit the person from offering or selling any securities in this State;
11. That Section 11.E(4) of the Act provides, inter alia, that if the Secretary of State, after finding that any provision of the Act has been violated, may impose a fine as provided by rule,

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regulation or order not to exceed $10,000.00 for each violation of the Act;
12. That by virtue of the foregoing, the Respondent, Arbon Hairston, is subject to a fine of up to $10,000.00 per violation, an order of public censure, costs of investigation and reasonable expenses, and an order which permanently prohibits the Respondents from offering or selling securities in the State of Illinois.

WHEREAS, the Respondent has acknowledged that the allegations contained in paragraph eight (8) of the Stipulation shall be adopted as the Secretary of State’s Conclusions of Law as follows:

1. That by virtue of the foregoing, the Respondent, Arbon Hairston, has violated Sections 12.A and 12.D of the Act;

2. That by virtue of the foregoing, the Respondent, Arbon Hairston, is subject to an order which permanently prohibits them from offering or selling securities in the State of Illinois.

WHEREAS, the Respondent has acknowledged and agrees that the Respondent, Arbon Hairston, shall be permanently prohibited from offering and selling securities in the State of Illinois;

WHEREAS, the Respondent has acknowledged and agrees that the Respondent Arbon Hairston will pay restitution to Carole Riggin in the amount of $5,000 and Morris Hargrove in the amount of $2,000, that such payment will be made by money orders or cashier’s checks payable to the Carole Riggin and Morris Hargrove in the amounts specified above, and that said checks will be mailed or delivered to the Illinois Department of Securities, Jefferson Terrace, 300 West Jefferson Street, Suite 300A, Springfield, Illinois 62702, in such a manner that said checks will arrive at the aforesaid address of the Illinois Department of Securities on or before June 23, 2005;

NOW THEREFORE IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT:

1. The foresaid allegations contained in the Stipulation shall be and are hereby adopted as the Secretary of State's Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law;
2. The Respondents shall be permanently prohibited from offering and selling securities in the State of Illinois, and;

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3. The Respondent shall pay restitution to Carole Riggin in the amount of $5,000 and Morris Hargrove in the amount of $2,000, that such payment will be made by money orders or cashier’s checks payable to the Carole Riggin and Morris Hargrove in the amounts specified above, that said checks will be mailed or delivered to the Illinois Department of Securities, Jefferson Terrace, 300 West Jefferson Street, Suite 300A, Springfield, Illinois 62702, in such a manner that said checks will arrive at the aforesaid address of the Illinois Department of Securities on or before June 23, 2005;

ENTERED: This 13th day of May, 2005.


______________________________
JESSE WHITE
Secretary of State
State of Illinois

NOTICE: Failure to comply with the terms of this Order shall be a violation of Section 12(D) of the Illinois Securities Law of 1953 [815 ILCS 5] (the "Act"). Any person or entity who fails to comply with the terms of this Order of the Secretary of State, having knowledge of the existence of this Order, shall be guilty of a Class 4 felony.

Attorney for the Secretary of State
Johan Schripsema
Illinois Securities Department
Jefferson Terrace
300 West Jefferson Street
Suite 300A
Springfield, Illinois 62702
Telephone: (217) 524-1688

Hearing Officer:
Jon K. Ellis
Attorney at Law
1035 South 2nd Street
Springfield, Illinois 62704
By Noel Kalinoski
10/02/2005 11:00 AM

The questions I asked Attorney for the Secretary of State, Johan Schripsema, Illinois Securities Department, about Arbon Hairston.

Noel: Hi. My name is Noel Kalinoski of West St. Paul, MN and I came across this (court papers about Mr. Hairston) on the web. Is this the same guy?
Johan: Yes.
Noel: Did Arbon pay his restitution?
Johan: Yes.
Noel: Did Arbon pay on time?
Johan: No.
Noel: How did Arbon pay?
Johan: With a personal check that bounced. We finally got him to send a cashier check.
Noel: So what about Arbons two felonies and the $20,000.00 & censorship?
Johan: Well, we do not have the resources to reach out to MN to get him & Mn. won't prosecute for Illinois.
Noel: So he weaseled out of a technical felony do to a few state lines?
Johan: Yes.
Noel: What if he was still in Illinois?
Johan: We would have prosecuted him.
Noel: How did you find him?
Johan: We looked for a year or so and finally came across his smiling mug sitting behind that big desk and we emailed it to his victims & it was him.
Noel: Yeah, I've seen that picture. You know, he pulls in about a $100G a year.
Johan: Yeah, that's what I figured, but he kept crying about how he doesn't have any money and it was so hard to collect from him that we were just happy to get paid.
Noel: Well, thank you for your time Mr. Johan. This is all going   to be on my web page wspwatchdogs.com. 
Johan: Yeah, What was that again? I'd be real interested in checking that out.
We thanked each other.   End of conversation.
Posted on Sat, Oct. 08, 2005
Council backs city manager in 5-1 vote
Charges of securities abuse won't affect job

BY BRIAN BONNER
Pioneer Press

West St. Paul's city manager emerged from a closed-door meeting with an overwhelming — but not unanimous — vote of confidence from the City Council.

On a 5-1 vote, Mayor John Zanmiller said the council backed Arbon Hairston despite revelations that Hairston allegedly sold securities without proper registration in Illinois. The case involved five-year-old loans for businesses that went bankrupt.

"The council found no reason for any action to be taken on the city manager's status," said Zanmiller. "This is no longer an issue for the council."

Zanmiller did not say who cast the dissenting vote.

But Council Member Jim Englin has said Hairston should have disclosed his business problems more fully when the council interviewed him for the job last November and decided to hire him the same day. "I do feel he had a responsibility to provide that information to his perspective employers," Englin said.

Hairston repaid the $7,000 in loans earlier this year and in May entered into a consent order with the state of Illinois in which he did not admit the allegations. The Illinois case was disclosed this week by a resident who found the public document on the Internet.

Hairston's lawyer, Dan O'Leary of West St. Paul, said his client had no reason to believe he had done anything wrong until Feb. 23, when the state of Illinois informed Hairston of its findings. O'Leary said securities requirements are so arcane that he might have made the same mistake as his client.

In any case, O'Leary said, the issue had "nothing to do with his excellent performance" as city manager.

Brian Bonner can be reached at bbonner@pioneerpress.com or 651-228-2173

Posted on Fri, Oct. 07, 2005

Official's past probed
Council looks into Illinois allegations against city manager

BY BRIAN BONNER
Pioneer Press

The West St. Paul City Council is meeting in closed session today to discuss the performance of City Manager Arbon Hairston.
The 4 p.m. meeting was hastily called after council members learned this week of an Illinois consent order this year alleging civil violations of state securities laws by Hairston. Specifically, Illinois officials accused Hairston of not being registered with the state when he sold securities in the form of promissory notes.
"I've done nothing wrong," Hairston said on Thursday. "This has no relevance to anything I'm doing up here as city manager."
The Illinois case stems from $7,000 in loans obtained in 2000 by Satellite Doctor, which sold TV satellite dishes, one of three private businesses in which Hairston said he was involved with two other partners. The other two companies were F.A.A.M. Realty, a real-estate firm, and Checks 4 Cash, a check-cashing firm.
Hairston said all three businesses operated in St. Louis, Mo., under the umbrella firm of Buffalo Soldier Inc., formed in 1996. All three businesses went bankrupt, Hairston said. Public records show that bankruptcy court proceedings ended in 2002.
The dates overlap with his second stint as city manager of Berkeley, Mo., a St. Louis suburb. But Hairston said he was hired as a consultant, not as a city employee, during his second stint as the city manager in 2000-01. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Berkeley City Council ousted Hairston on a 4-3 vote in August 2001 after he held the job for eight months.
Hairston said, and a state of Illinois official confirmed, that the loans have been repaid. The lenders involved were Carole Riggin, who lent $5,000, and Morris Hargrove, who lent $2,000. Satellite Doctor originally was located in Illinois, a state official said. Hairston described Riggin and Hargrove as friends of his business partners.
Johan Schripsema, an attorney for the Illinois secretary of state, said state regulators received a complaint from Riggin and Hargrove on March 2, 2004. After an investigation, Schripsema said, officials determined that the financial transactions look "more like an investment than a loan. … We felt they were securities."
Therefore, as part of the legal protections for investors, Hairston should have been registered with the state, Schripsema said. He said Hairston was informed of the state's findings in February, about three months after West St. Paul had hired him as city manager. The consent order went into effect in May.
Schripsema called Hairston's alleged violation a common infringement of securities laws, not a case of fraud. But Schripsema acknowledged that the state could have pursued felony criminal charges and other sanctions if Hairston didn't settle the matter.
Hairston disputes the state's findings, reasoning that the loans were not securities subject to state regulation. But Hairston said he settled because he wanted to put the issue behind him.
When he was interviewed last November for the job of city manager, council members asked Hairston if anything in his background was potentially embarrassing. He mentioned nothing at the time and easily beat two other semifinalists.
"To me, to step up to the plate and pay a debt that was not solely mine is nothing embarrassing," Hairston said on Thursday. "It's just the opposite."
Hairston said the bankruptcy of his businesses stemmed from the divorce of a partner. He said the failures were not unusual and not his fault.
He also said he is not currently involved in any business activities outside of his city job.
Two members of the City Council expressed disappointment with a consultant hired last year to conduct background checks on candidates for city manager.
Mayor John Zanmiller said, "We have to do due diligence and look into this matter." But Zanmiller also backed Hairston.
"He had a business deal go bad prior to his employment with us. Business deals go bad all the time," Zanmiller said. "I haven't lost confidence with him. As far as I'm concerned, he's been a capable city manager. There's nothing to suggest his performance has been other than exemplary, nothing that would constitute a breach of the public's trust."
City Council Member Jim Englin said, however, that if Hairston knew of the problems before he was hired, he should have disclosed them.
"I certainly think there's enough questions that need to be answered,'' Englin said. "We can then make a decision on whether this is a non-issue or a more serious issue that warrants disciplinary action."
The Illinois case came to the city's attention from a West St. Paul resident, Noel Kalinoski, who said he did a simple Web search using Hairston's name. Kalinoski is embroiled in a dispute with city officials, who accuse him of running an unlicensed motorcycle repair shop. Kalinoski said he's pursuing a hobby, not running a business.

Brian Bonner can be reached at bbonner@pioneerpress.com or 651-228-2173.

BERKELEY'S COUNCIL FIRES CITY MANAGER 4-3 VOTE OUSTS HAIRSTON AFTER 8 MONTHS ON JOB
Margaret Gillerman  St. Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)   August 23, 2001   NORTH POST Edition:  FIVE STAR LIFT

Just minutes after a new city councilwoman took her oath of office, a sharply divided Berkeley City Council voted to fire the city manager, thus leaving Berkeley without an employee to run the day-to-day chores of the municipal government.
The council met in closed session Monday night to make the decision on a 4-3 vote. As council members walked from the chambers to go into the closed session, residents attending the council meeting shouted: "Vote them out," and "It stinks."
Mayor Babatunde Deinbo said Berkeley would place advertisements to try to find a new manager. Deinbo gave no reason for the dismissal. He said that the manager for the past eight months, Arbon Hairston, had been hired on an interim, temporary basis, so he could be dismissed at any time.
Deinbo's opponents said the firing was political and that Hairston had been an outstanding manager. Hairston also had served as Berkeley's finance director from 1989 to 1995 and jointly assumed the city manager's duties from 1992 to 1995. Later, he ran his own municipal government consulting business.
Asked to confirm the length of his term as manager this time, he joked, "It seemed like an eternity." However, Hairston said he was pleased with what Berkeley had accomplished in his tenure.
In a farewell speech before the council made its decision, Hairston said he had caught a $3 million error in the budget and improved municipal services as well as resolved some long-standing problems in the fire department.
Hairston also said he knew before the council made its decision that he would be fired at the meeting Monday night.
Later, residents and some employees criticized the council's decision.
"It's insulting that the leaders of our city would act so ignorantly," said resident Madeline Matthews. "I think it's very unfortunate; he's very knowledgeable."
Matthews demanded to know why Hairston was let go and said there was no good reason given.
She also lamented the high turnover of managers in Berkeley. "I've lived here 25 years and I think there have been that many city managers," she said.
Police Officer Dan Paulino said police morale never had been higher and that Hairston had increased the number of employees and their wages. "Losing him will be a travesty," he said.
Acting Fire Chief Quinten Randolph said Hairston had brought diversity training to the firefighters and increased staffing and equipment, including a new firetruck. "Nobody wants to see him go," he said.
No one attending the council meeting spoke in favor of the firing. Those voting for the firing were Deinbo and council members Kenneth McClendon, Nina Schaefer and the newest council member, Gwen Verges.
In a farewell speech before the council made its decision, Hairston said he had caught a $3 million error in the budget and improved municipal services as well as resolved some long-standing problems in the fire department
Those voting against firing Hairston were Louvenia Mathison, Jean Montgomery and Aloha Keely. Montgomery and Keely said Hairston had acted professionally, not politically. Mathison said it was shortsighted to fire a city manager without having a new one ready to step into the job.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI
JAMES COHEN
Plaintiff/Petitioner
vs.
THOMAS ACKERMAN, ET AL.
Defendant/Respondent
Date: 10/5/05
Case Number: 05CC-5310
Division: 36
NOTICE UPON ORDER FOR SERVICE BY PUBLICATION
The State of Missouri to defendant: Thomas Ackerman, Sarah Ackerman & Arbon Hairston You are hereby notified that an action has been commenced against you in the Circuit Court of St. Louis County, Missouri the object and general nature of which: Petition to obtain court confirmation of a certain tax deed, to quiet title to certain land and for other relief and which affects the following described property: Lots 47 and 48 in Block 27 of West Walnut Manor, a subdivision in St. Louis County, Missouri, according to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 10, Pages 40 and 41 of the St. Louis County Records. The names of all parties to said action are stated above in the caption and the name(s) and address(es) of the attorney(s) for petitioner(s)/plaintiff(s) are Alan J. Baker, LLC, Attorney for Petitioner, 1620 S. Hanley Rd., St. Louis, MO. 63144. You are further notified that unless you file an answer or other pleading or shall otherwise appear and defend against the aforesaid petition within 45 days after the date of first publication of this notice, which date is October 28, 2005 or judgement by default will be rendered against you. Witness my hand and the seal of the Circuit Court this day October 24 2005.
(SEAL) JOAN M. GILMER, Circuit Clerk
By Carla Dunnigan Deputy Clerk
4X 10/28-11/18/2005
[Additional comments and quotes]

Hairston also said he is not currently involved in any business activities outside of his city job.

But he said he settled because he wanted to put the issue behind him.
When he was interviewed last November for the job of city manager, council members asked him if anything in his background was potentially embarrassing.  He mentioned nothing at the time.

"To me, to step up to the plate and pay a debt that was not solely mine is nothing embarrassing," Hairston said on Thursday. "It's just the opposite."

Hairston said the bankruptcy of his businesses stemmed from the divorce of a partner.  He said the failures were not unusual and not his fault.

"He had a business deal go bad prior to his employment with us.  Business deals go bad all the time," Zanmiller said.
"There's nothing to suggest his performance has been other than exemplary, nothing that would constitute a breach of the public's trust."

Mayor John Zanmiller said, "We have to do due diligence and look into this matter."

  Can any one do some simple math. Why do you think the link to Arbon's picture was removed.
  That picture was how Morris Hargrove & Carole Riggin identified Arbon to the prosecute Johan Schripsema  Illinois Securities Department.  I went to that article to cut and past it here.  01/03/05 Hairston Begins as New City Manager for West St. Paul, MN.  The link from the article to Arbon's picture as the new city manager was broken (removed). The Pioneer Press reported this:  "To me, to step up to the plate and pay a debt that was not solely mine is nothing embarrassing," Hairston said on Thursday. "It's just the opposite." 
  But paying friends back after they sue you ("Hairston described Riggin and Hargrove as friends") is just the opposite. Opposite of the spin he set forth.  I previously warned that more lawsuits would start to pop up.  I went to take Arbon's picture at city hall, and the next day I was served with 6 restaining orders against me (paid for with taxpayers' dollars) prohibiting me from going to the city.  Innocent people just do not act this way.  Why are some of the people you elect so dense.
  Mayor John Zanmiller said, "We have to do due diligence and look into this matter."  The only "matter" Zanmiller is looking into is how to try and take my building from me.
Just wait until you see Arbons trail: This is just a little teaser.
I have some calls in and am waiting to here back.




Full text of archived story
MAN'S SUIT AGAINST BELLEVILLE CLAIMS DISCRIMINATION IN HIRING
·   By Robert GoodrichOf The Post-Dispatch Staff·St. Louis Post-Dispatch·July 26, 1996·Section: NEWS ·Edition: ILLINOIS FIVE STAR LIFT·Page 3B

Belleville is being sued again in federal court for alleged racial discrimination, this time by a St. Louis County man who claims Mayor Roger C. Cook passed him over for the job of city finance director in favor of Dick Arnold, who is white.
The plaintiff is Arbon Hairston, a former Berkeley city manager.
His suit, filed July 12 in U.S. District Court in East St. Louis, asks for compensation for wages and benefits he would have earned if hired, plus punitive damages and litigation costs. No amounts are specified.
The suit says that Hairston applied for the job in November 1994 but that Cook hired Arnold instead in May 1995.
Cook said at the time that he favored Arnold because he is a certified public accountant, a qualification Hairston lacked.
City officials would not comment publicly, but some said they thought the case had little merit.
City Attorney Larry Brockman said he would ask lawyers for the city's insurance company to handle the defense.
In 1993, the Justice Department sued Belleville, alleging hiring discrimination against blacks and women. The city settled out of court last year by agreeing to pay the federal government $700,000 and to hire specified numbers of blacks and women in various departments as openings arose.
The money is to be used for back pay and pensions for anyone who can prove he or she was a victim of discrimination.
A former human resources director, Ellen Schepke, also has a suit pending against the city.
Schepke claims she was fired for disagreeing with Cook over the finance director job.
She is seeking $3 million and reinstatement.
IL Secretary White Announces Updated Securities Top 10 Scams
#1 & #4 are the items that you should look at.
Don't be confused by them using the insurance industry as an example - it states that "...little known or sometimes non-existant companies".
It looks similar to Arbon's cases and things we have discovered.
Secretary White Announces Updated Securities Top 10 Scams.url
#1 & #4 is the one that you want to look at.
Don't be fooled or confused by them using the insurance industry as an
example - it state that "...little known or sometimes non-existant
companies".  It's look exactly like Arbon case and what we may have found.