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In Loving Memory Of My Beautiful Daughter Malinda
July 6, 1980 - March 25, 1999

Happy Birthday Malinda
We love and miss you every day.
Dustin, Shawn, and Dad.
July 6, 2014

Our hearts still ache in sadness,
and secret tears still flow,
what it meant to lose you,
no one will ever know.
with all our love,
Dustin, Shawn, and Dad.


Do not bury me with words.
Do not remember me with the past.
Do not take my few moments of dreams away from me.
For I have lived in this world long enough to cherish life.
Save me in your heart.
Tell others that you loved me.
As I have loved you.
Put my name on your tongue.
Speak it freely.
Speak it to everyone.
So you can be remembered
as one who cares.
And when the tears come
wipe them gently from your face.
For I have not left you or forgotten you.
I am here with you now even as you suffer and mourn.
This is true love.
This is all I ask. This is what I have become.
Only an angel living in your heart.
With all my love
Your Dad


Angel

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Modern Day Organized Crime In The United States
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The "traveling door-to-door sales" industry uses Herion, Cocaine, Meth, and Pot to entice their victims.
They use false advertisment and false promises to snare the innocent:
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Read for yourself some of the most painful and sad testimonials from former sales agents and parents:
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The stories of abuse and abandonment will bring a tear to your eye
and make you hate what this fowl and immoral industry for profit is doing to destroy our children.
You will NEVER again purchase another magazine when you know the TRUTH.

They murdered my only daughter on March 25, 1999

In Loving Memory Of My Beautiful Daughter Malinda
July 6, 1980 - March 25, 1999

Happy Birthday Malinda
We love and miss you every day.
Dustin, Shawn, and Dad.
July 6, 2014

Our hearts still ache in sadness,
and secret tears still flow,
what it meant to lose you,
no one will ever know.
with all our love,
Dustin, Shawn, and Dad.


Do not bury me with words.
Do not remember me with the past.
Do not take my few moments of dreams away from me.
For I have lived in this world long enough to cherish life.
Save me in your heart.
Tell others that you loved me.
As I have loved you.
Put my name on your tongue.
Speak it freely.
Speak it to everyone.
So you can be remembered
as one who cares.
And when the tears come
wipe them gently from your face.
For I have not left you or forgotten you.
I am here with you now even as you suffer and mourn.
This is true love.
This is all I ask. This is what I have become.
Only an angel living in your heart.
With all my love
Your Dad


Traveling Door-to-Door Sales Crews

A National Tragedy of EPIC Proportions !!!
Based on GREED, Criminal PROFIT, Criminal Intent, and Hunman Trafficking
All because of the 1st Amendment to the Constitution: Freedom of Speech,
that allows Criminals to rape and murder the innocent for profit.

Malinda

THE STORY

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Carl Sagan - Pale Blue Dot

"He who profits by a crime commits it."

They would not listen
they did not know how
perhaps they'll listen now.

They would not listen, they're not listening still.
Perhaps they never will.
"Starry Starry Night"


What would you do if your daughter or mother or wife was raped and murdered
by a traveling door-to-door salesman and the same company that hired this killer
hired more convicted criminals to rape and kill?
Case in point: When crime knocks
Case in point: Azriel Bridge grand jury indictment

What would you do if your son or daughter was killed in a horrific van crash and the
traveling door-to-door sales company continued to hire more kids after killing seven and maiming five for life?
Case in point: Janesville Wisconsin van rollover

And what would you do if you found out that a convicted criminal was knocking at your door
and there were no laws to protect your loved ones from being raped and murdered?
Case in point: Who's there ?

The days of going door-to-door in this country are long past.

We do not need our privacy rights violated by total strangers knocking on our
doors at all hours of the day and night. We do not need to be threatened or lied
to by a total stranger trying to sell us overpriced magazines, cleaner products or vacuum cleaners

It is time to crush this unethical, immoral, and sinister industry once and for all.
It is time for the United States Congress to pass powerful
regulatory laws that protect our loved ones from this growing ominous cancer.

Our organization has documented and logged over 450 high profile criminal felony cases and 89 deaths
directly linked to the direct selling industry. Fraud, burgulary, sexual assault, rape, murder,
and vehicular homicide are all very much a part of the traveling door-to-door sales industry.

On March 26, 2009 the State of Wisconsin passed the most powerful regulatory door-to-door solicitation
legislation in the country.
The SB-4 legislation - Malinda's Traveling Sales Crew Protection Act
named after an 18 year old girl (Malinda Turvey) who was murdered along with six other young kids by the NFSA and the MPA
while selling magazines door-to-door in Wisconsin
on March 25, 1999, 'Malinda's Traveling Sales Crew Protection Act'
become active in April of 2010.
There has not been a single crime connected to the door-to-door sales industry since this law was passed.
We are asking the federal government and every state in the union to follow Wisconsins lead and help us end this
national tradgety of human suffering, fraud, and crime before more innocent lives are lost.


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National Human Trafficking Hotline: 1-888-373-7888
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Our Values Of Love, Compassion, And Justice Allows Our Organization To Work With The Community To Reduce Suffering
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Parent Watch, Inc.
2790 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10025
917.579.4641
A clearinghouse for information
on traveling sales crews
Parent Watch

Dedicated Memorial Parents Group
704 Mark Drive
Verona, Wisconsin
608-845-1711
A Non-Profit organization that tracks and documents the criminal activities
of the 'traveling door-to-door sales' industry.
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Agencies that the Dedicated Memorial Parents Group has worked with to STOP the exploitation and crime:
Polaris Project: Human Trafficking and Traveling Sales Crews
Abolition-Movement-Against-Human-Trafficking-on-Mag-Crews
Homeland Security
Federal Trade Commission
National Association of Attorney General
U.S. Marshals Service
Federal Bureau of Investigation
National Consumers League
Better Business Bureau
State and Federal Senators and Congressmen
Local and State Law Enforcement
Civil law firms and attorneys all across the US.


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All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.



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Bullet For My Valentine: The Last Fight: I am not your enemy.

We have tried desperately to work with the NFSA and the MPA to resolve these crimes
But they will not listen to us and are only interested in making money over the rapes and murders
of innocent sales agents and homeowners for profit:
Daniel Deshawn Neal
On March 30, 2009 a 78 year old woman in Texas is raped and set on fire by Daniel Deshawn Neal
a traveling door-to-door magazine salesman working for a Washington, D.C.- based company called U.D. Management.
UD Management is an active member of the National Field Selling Association:

http://nfsa.com



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Door-to-Door Sales: Human Trafficking

Door-to-Door Sales Agents are NOT Independent Contractors !!!
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I was in a printing house in Hell, and saw the method
in which knowledge is transmitted from generation to generation.
William Blake

I lost my only daughter Malinda to the traveling door-to-door magazine sales industry.
Her head was split in half like a watermelon and she bled to death on a cold cement highway on March 25, 1999.
She was murdered by the National Field Selling Association
and the Magazine Publishers of America
FOR PROFIT !!!

TRUE EVIL:
The most dangerous and criminal industry in the United States:
National Field Selling Association
Magazine Publishers of America


Drunk Traveling Door-to-Door Magazine Salesman Driving 70 + mph. with 2 year old son driving van.
Posted to this website on November 11, 2013.
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There is a definite consistency that exists in the door-to-door sales industry.
It maims and rapes and murders innocent children and homeowners.
It manifests itself as a Virus - an out-of-control evil.
And it devours everything that is good and pure and holy.
It is controlled and driven by the National Field Selling Association
And the Magazine Publishers of America.
And they are directly responsible for 89 deaths and over 450 felony cases.
DO NOT Open your door to a door-to-door salesman.
DO NOT buy magazines at the grocery store or the book store.
DO NOT let these SCUM into your home or you or your children could be Raped and Murdered.
DO NOT allow Salesman selling cleaner Products into your home or your children could be Raped and Murdered.
See Why We Say This


There where you left stars I now see holes … and empty graves, of dreams that never were.

like bullets breaking glass the time we have will pass
the time we have together will be gone.
like memories that will fade into your waiting grave
the last note will be played
the echo will remain
as thunder from your silence ends this song.

like moments ticking by the reaper will comply
the moments we had shared will be no more.
like yesterdays denial the thief will steal your smile.
your dreams will pass
like bullets breaking glass.
as thunder from your silence ends this song.

They would not listen
they did not know how
perhaps they'll listen now.

They would not listen, they're not listening still.
Perhaps they never will.

"Starry Starry Night"



I am but what I am said I, I am but what is me.
A sly and cunning Silver Fox - Who's come to dine with thee.


Traveling Door-To-Door Sales Crews A National Tragedy
3 unsolved murders and 6 unsolved rape cases.
96 Documented DEATHS and Over 450 Documented Criminal Felony Cases.

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Welcome to the HORROR of the 'Traveling Door-to-Door Sales Industry'


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Judge sentences Kenneth Roop to life in prison

Police: 4 magazine salesmen arrested, accused in carjacking, stabbing

Traveling salesman arrested for groping woman

That Magazine Peddler at Your Door Was Part of a $2 Million Scam by a Dallas Company

Door-to-door violence, Dover Twp. slaying not first tied to sales company

Rodger Eric Broadway a traveling door-to-door magazine salesman employed by American Community Services rapes and murders Eskalene DeBorde, a 66-year-old grandmother.

Business that goes door to door selling magazines sued by state of Missouri

Utah company cited for violations of sales crew law faces $55,000 fine

Jury selection begins in 'salesman' rape

Job Seekers Beware: Magazine Sales Crews Trafficking Teens?

Magazine sales exec gets prison for fraud

Judge Issues Permanent Injunction Against Magazine Sales Companies

FUGITIVE OF JUSTICE, Kevin Eugene Davis Door-to-Door Magazine Sales Company: Lrumar Publications

Grandmother survives beating, kidnapping Dec. 16: Sandy Vinge, a 75-year-old grandmother, talks to TODAY’s Matt Lauer about being held captive by three teenagers who are now charged with torture and kidnapping.

The Hidden Faces Of Modern-Day Slavery - 02/28/12, National Public Radio JOHN DONVAN, HOST

Magazine salesman gets 6 months in prison for Westport burglary

Magazine sellers steal elderly Medina resident’s wallet

Davis Police Identify Door-to-Door Solicitor Suspected of Altering Checks

Cape Coral salesman murder trial underway

Door-to-door book salesmen accused of posing danger to children

Fake salesman assaults Gordon County woman

Police seek information on house break-in

People touched by tragedy warn about sales crews

Salesman accused of sex abuse

Don’t open your door!

BCSO arrests door-to-door salesman

No charges for man accused of pulling gun on salesman

Vacuum cleaner salesman pleads guilty to failure to pay taxes

Candy salesman sexually assaulted by boss, police say

Farwell man accused of pointing gun at door-to-door salesman

Door-To-Door Deterrent: Elk Grove Rule Hits Unwanted Solicitors With Jail Time, Fine

Door-to-door energy salesman charged with sex assault in Lowell

Peddling Rings, Sales Crews, and Begging Rings

“These schemes are nothing short of theft of the labor and the wages of hundreds, if not thousands, of young people.” – Robert Abrams, former Attorney General of New York.

Door-to-door salesmen take Pacific Grove man for $212

Van Rollover Kills One DMPG Posted 05/21/13 Magazine Sales Compamy: Fit For Life

Fla. magazine salesman charged for sexual assault in Hubbard

Police seek man suspected of sexual assault

Salesman denies sex assaults in Carlisle

Intoxicated salesman consuming own wares

Fraudulent magazine, book subscriptions lead to arrests

Medford duo accused in magazine subscription scam, using funds to pay rent, other expenses

Door-to-door salesman arrested in Geneva on felony warrant

Door-to-door security salesman sentenced to life in prison for rape, beating

Kids selling door-to-door leads to investigation of organized fraud

Cops: Men selling magazines suspect in theft

Arrest of Amway India CEO a big blow: IDSA

Police: Austell man chases salesman with kitchen knife

Florida man arrested for Westport burglary

AGL Fined $1.5 Million For Using Dodgy Door-To-Door Salesmen

Door-to-door salesman charged with theft in Guelph

Victim testifies in rape trial for Tampa door-to-door security salesman

Wellesley police log: two door-to-door solicitors arrested

Phone missing after magazine sales call

Bond For Amway Salesman Charged With Molesting 2 Girls Kept at $1M

Police: Some Door-To-Door Sales People Forced Into Human Trafficking

Don’t Answer Door-to-Door Solicitors, Senior Lead Officer Says

Senate bill cracks down on door-to-door solicitors

Council passes Green River Ordinance amendments

Aransas Pass Police Looking for Suspicious Door-to-Door 'Salesman'

Deerfield bans door-to-door soliciting in attempt to prevent crime

Hanover Police: Woman claiming to sell magazines may have stolen money

Burglary Suspect Allegedly Force Fondles Teen Boy

City bans door-to-door sales, canvassing

Two men arrested in Pee Dee door-to-door sales scam

End is near for door-to-door salesmen

Wyoming Human Trafficking Ban To Become Law Next Week

West LA sex assault suspect poses as magazine salesman

Potential customer turns in fugitive salesman

UCLA-Adjacent Sex Attack; Suspect 'Selling Magazines'

I-Team: Background check reveals door-to-door salesman's startling past

College of Charleston students warned about thieves possibly posing as magazine salesmen

Crime: Knock, Knock: Boise Door-to-Door Salesman Threatened at Gunpoint

Scammer targets elderly woman

Deputies Arrest Suspicious Magazine Solicitors in La Canada Flintridge

Thieves posing as sales people are stealing jewelry

Hendersonville robbery suspect poses as magazine salesman

Burglary Suspect Allegedly Force Fondles Teen Boy

More charges for men accused of door-to-door sales scam

Tulsa Teen Says Magazine Salesmen Tried To Kidnap, Recruit Him

WANTED: Magazine Salesman: Sexual Assault

Traveling door-to-door magazine saleman mastrabates in front of female homeowner

Peddler who assaulted woman found selling magazines again

Magazine Sales Crew Stabbin' its Way Through Dallas; Is Houston Next?

Have Sex with me and do drugs or buy a magazine subscription

Unsolved aggravated assault, attempted murder.

Magazine salesman ordered to prison for '08 American Fork assault

Vancouver police need help solving a disturbing rape case

Vancouver police seek suspect in sexual assault by magazine salesman
Hakeem (Akeem) Z. Thomas a traveling door-to-door salesman was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the June 2, 2011 rape of a Idaho Falls woman

A teenage girl living in Bisbee, Arizona was sexually assaulted by a traveling door-to-door magazine salesman

Four young kids working for LTP Inc, a traveling magazine sales crew were killed in a van rollover in Idaho

Idaho Falls police arrested a traveling door-to-door cleaner salesman after police said he raped a woman at her home

Salesman gets 5-year term for stealing from customers

Jail term for sex assault of girl

Ronald E. Kemp a traveling magazine sales agent sexually assaulted a 13 year old girl in Omaha, Nebraska

Patrick M. Schneider, a traveling door-to-door magazine salesman raped a Sycamore, Illinois woman

Arvis Lamon Spain employed by Paragon Sales Inc. aka: Midwest Clearing Inc. raped a Anne Arundel County, Maryland woman

Wesley Williams employed by Sunshine Subscription Agency aka: Palmetto Marketing, Inc. was arrested for the sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl in Bradenton, Florida

Richard Craig McNew, a convicted felon from St. Louis selling magazine subscriptions for Overachiever is sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for raping and killing a 90-year-old Lafayette woman in her home in 2005.

A 78 year old woman in Texas is raped and set on fire by Daniel Deshawn Neal a traveling door-to-door magazine salesman working for a Washington, D.C.-based company called U.D. Management

A 24-year-old traveling magazine salesman from Pennsylvania is facing seven to 18 years in prison after pleading guilty to manslaughter. Robert J. Hines admitted he was one of two men who stomped Daniel Willis, 40, to death Dec. 6 2009.

Magazine salesman arrested on sexual abuse, harassment charges

Magazine salesman gets 30 years for Ore. rape

Traveling salesman admits stomping Tucson man to death

Salesman charged with sex assault

Magazine Salesman, 23, Arrested for Sexual Battery by Sodomy of Teenage Girl, 13

Woman beaten; Magazine salesman arrested, A magazine salesman was arrested for allegedly barging into a woman's home, beating and attempting to rape her.

Victim identified in Saratoga County skull case, Jennifer Hammond was last seen in the latter part of August 2003, soliciting magazines in the Creek and Pines Trailer Park, Ballston Spa, New York. The skull found in Saratoga County has been identified as Hammond.

Magazine seller jailed in Novato sex assault

Door-to-Door Magazine Salesman Rapes 22-year-old Claremont Woman

Peddler gets 18 years for rape, Door-to-door magazine sales was entry to victim's house

Second-degree rape, second-degree sexual offense, first-degree kidnapping and sexual battery

On November 26, 2006 Tracy Onawa Jones age 19 a traveling magazine saleswoman, working for Atlantic Circulations, Inc. was found beaten and stabbed to death in Memphis Tennessee.

Traveling Door-to-Door Magazine Salesman Brandon Lee Green Employed by: Gemini Subscriptions, Inc. aka: Sunshine Subscription Agency, Inc. aka: Palmetto Marketing, Inc. Brutally beats and rapes a 50 year-old Menomonie, Wisconsin woman.

Traveling Door-to-Door Magazine Salesman Edward M. Irving

Employed by: Rainbow Sales, aka: American Community Services, Inc.

attacks an 84-Year-old Centennial, Colorado woman in her home.

Irving is charged with Attempted Murder, Burglary Assault.

Azriel Rashad Bridge a traveling magazine salesman working for American Community Services murders 77-year-old Shirley Reuter in her Dover Township home.

Man charged with murder in magazine saleswoman's death

Deaths nothing new for sales crews

Multiple offender Michael Roland Poissant employed by Palmetto Marketing Inc. rapes a 12-year-old Lancaster girl while selling magazines door-to-door.
Magazine salesman convicted of assault

Two young Douglas County Colorado girls ages 12 and 13 are sexually assaulted by traveling magazine salesmen Dwayne Taylor and Maurice Rogers. Taylor and Rogers were employed by American Connunity Services

Five Traveling Door To Door Magazine Salesmen Brutally Beat Brett D. King To Death.

Matthew J. Maxson a traveling magazine salesman employed by Palmetto Marketing Inc. murders 54 year old Diana Cooper in Fulton, New York.

Seven Young Kids Killed And Five Maimed For Life

Salesman, 21, charged in rape of 67-year-old

On March 8, 1978 Donald Eric Armstrong raped and murdered 16 year-old Linda Bright while she was selling magazine subscriptions.

Justices uphold death sentence in rape-murder

Trial Begins In Wisconsin Boy's Slaying

Slaves To The Sale

Van Overturns on I-80 in Iowa; Five People Killed, Six Injured

2 sentences given in rape on north side, A door-to-door magazine salesman who raped and cut the throat of a prospective customer pleaded guilty Friday to charges of attempted capital murder and sexual assault. In exchange for two 50-year prison terms. William Mark LaFranchi, 20, will be allowed to serve the two 50-year sentences concurrently.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Robs Woman in Her Home, Magazine Salesman Forces His Way In, Beats, Gags and Binds Victim

Door-to-Door Sales Criminal Flow Chart


The Door-to-door sales industry is sponsored by:
the National Field Selling Association, the Magazine Publishers of America,
the Direct Selling Association (Kirby Vacuum) and ADT.
See Why We Say This

86 Years Ago:
Jan. 5-8, 1927
Magazine Salesman Chargerd With Murder
SHELBY COUNTY, TN - Newspapers
SALESMAN IS CHARGED WITH SLAYING NEGRO--R.L.GILMORE,33
SHELBY COUNTY, TN - Newspapers
The Memphis Press Scimitar Jan. 5-8, 1927


Absolutely NOTHING has changed over the past 75 years
in this WICKED, CRIMINAL, And IMMORAL Industry.

75 Years Ago:

Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Robs Woman in Her Home
Magazine Salesman Forces His Way In, Beats, Gags and Binds Victim
Monday, June 6, 1938
Robs Woman in Her Home
Magazine Salesman Forces His Way In, Beats, Gags and Binds Victim
THE MILWAUKEE JOURNAL
Monday, June 6, 1938
Mrs. Bernice Troupiotes, 31, of 741 N. 14th st. was bound and gagged Monday by a magazine salesman who forced who forced his way into her apartment. He escaped with $50 from her purse. She was found two hours after the robber's departure by a roomer, Miss Selma Markraf, who returned from work.

Mrs. Troupiotes told police the man rang the bell about 10:45 a.m. He had just launched into his sales talk, she said, when she told him she didn't want to subscribe for any magazines, and started to close the door. He put out his foot, preventing her from closing it, then shoved her back into the apartment and followed inside.

Stuffs Towel In Mouth

Then he seized her, threw her to the floor and stuffed a towel which he had taken from the bathroom into her mouth. He next went into the kitchen, Mrs. Troupiotes said, removed the cord from an ironer and used it to bind her hands and feet. In her efforts to free herself before Miss Markraf found her, Mrs. 'Troupiotes' wrists were lacerated. She also suffered a bruise on the head where the man struck her when he first entered the apartment. She was treated at the county emergency hospital.

Takes Cash From Purse

The robber dumped the contents of Mrs. 'Troupiotes' on the dining room table but took only the cash it contained. Mrs. Troupiotes described her assailant as about 35, slim, with black wavy hair and a mustache. He was well dressed.
THE MILWAUKEE JOURNAL
Original URL: http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1499&dat=19380606&id=faxQAAAAIBAJ&sjid=GyIEAAAAIBAJ&pg=3711,3156465
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Milwaukee, Wisconsin


Absolutely NOTHING has changed over the past 86 years
in this WICKED, CRIMINAL, And IMMORAL Industry.

86 Years Later:

Bloomfield Township, Michigan
Police: 4 magazine salesmen arrested, accused in carjacking, stabbing
DMPG Info:
Bloomfield Township, Michigan Police Department
Case Number #13-14243.
Magazine Sales Company: Young Entrepreneurs Solutions end DMPG Info
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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Daniel Deshawn Neal
On March 30, 2009 a 78 year old woman in Texas is raped and set on fire by Daniel Deshawn Neal
a traveling door-to-door magazine salesman working for a Washington, D.C.- based company called U.D. Management.
UD Management is an active member of the National Field Selling Association:

http://nfsa.com



What you have done is unforgettable and unforgivable.
Only Almighty God can for forgive you for your crimes against humanity.

June 9, 2004
Azriel Rashad Bridge a traveling magazine salesman working for American Community Services
murders 77-year-old Shirley Reuter in her Dover Township home.

Door-to-door violence
Dover Twp. slaying not first tied to sales company
Sunday, June 13, 2004
BY BETH KRESSEL
Star-Ledger Staff

The 18-year-old man charged with slaying an elderly Ocean County woman Wednesday is a salesman for an Indiana-based company that has had three other employees accused or convicted of violent crimes since 2001. Azriel Rashad Bridge, of Chicago, works for a subsidiary of American Community Services, which dispatches salespeople across the country to sell magazine subscriptions door-to-door. Bridge, who was charged Friday in the stabbing death of 77-year-old Shirley Reuter in her Dover Township home, is being held at the Ocean County Jail in lieu of $500,000 bail, authorities said. He was charged with murder, felony murder and robbery after being arrested Friday at the Wyndham Hotel, an upscale 10-story hotel across from Newark Liberty International Airport on Routes 1&9 south in Elizabeth. Bridge becomes the latest employee of American Community Services or one of its affiliated companies to be charged with a violent crime. On Aug. 20, 2001, another salesman for the company raped, beat and smothered 66-year-old Eskalene DeBorde in her home in Tennessee. Rodger Eric Broadway, 23, of New York City, pleaded guilty to the crime. Two other salespeople also were accused of assaulting and raping women in separate incidents in Tennessee within the past year, according to the Knoxville News- Sentinel. In addition to the recent incidents, Bernice Clark, 76, was stabbed to death in her home in Woburn, Mass., in 1990. Darrin Whitman, an employee of American Community Services, was found guilty of her murder in 1991. Whitman had sold a magazine subscription to Clark earlier in the day and had a criminal history that included prison time for rape, according to the Boston Globe. A call to the president of American Community Services was not returned yesterday and the name of the affiliated company could not be verified. In Dover Township, police said Bridge asked the victim if he could use the bathroom in her Chestnut Street home Wednesday afternoon. Sometime after she let him in, Ocean County Prosecutor Thomas Kelaher said, he ransacked her house, stabbed and beat her in the head and neck. The Ocean County Medical Examiner's office on Friday ruled the death a homicide. Dover Police Chief Michael Mastronardy said Bridge assaulted Reuter using items found in the house, but he would not describe them. Authorities, without mentioning specifics, also said Bridge stole items from the house. Although he was not arrested until Friday, Bridge was stopped by police Wednesday evening, Dover Township Lt. Steve Henry said. He was one of 11 magazine subscription salesmen walking through the neighborhood and knocking on doors, authorities said. Because all solicitors must get a permit from town hall in order to go door-to-door, the group immediately aroused suspicion and neighbors called police to complain. Officer Ryan Rush stopped Bridge walking through the neighborhood Wednesday evening and took his identification information, Henry said. The group was based in Michigan City, Ind., Kelaher said, and traveled in a van that was spotted in at least two other neighboring townships, Kelaher said. Police filed no charges against the other workers. Mastronardy described them as mostly "young males." Yesterday, Dover Township neighbors recalled Reuter as a caring neighbor. Janet Hansell, 58, put her arms around her two granddaughters yesterday as she looked across the street at Reuter's home, now a police scene with yellow tape and several Ocean County sheriff's vans parked outside. "She baked cookies for my grandchildren. She used to bake apple pies," Hansell said, describing a woman who said hello to all neighbors, donated food to the needy, and always was eager for a friendly conversation with any of Hansell's nine grandchildren. Reuter also was an active member at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Dover Township. She would have been singing at the choir's annual concert scheduled for 4 p.m. today. "We all learned a good lesson from this," Hansell said. "Never open doors to strangers," said her 10-year-old granddaughter, Taylor Kaniuk.
Staff writer Katie Wang contributed to this story.

Azriel Rashad Bridge Grand Jury Indictment
American Community Services is an active member of the National Field Selling Association:

http://nfsa.com


When Crime Knocks
January 4, 2004
By: Jim Balloch - KnoxNews
Read this story of how Rodger Eric Broadway a traveling door-to-door magazine salesman
employed by American Community Services rapes and murders Eskalene DeBorde, a 66-year-old grandmother.
Rodger Broadway rapes and murders Eskalene DeBorde
American Community Services is an active member of the National Field Selling Association:
http://nfsa.com


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Between 1999 and 2006, 17 magazine sales agents working in crews around the country were killed in traffic accidents, in some cases resulting in convictions of vehicular homicide and manslaughter, as well as careless driving and homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle.In the first seven months of 2008, 23 agents or managers — some of whom were previous offenders — have been charged with the following:
• Second degree murder
• Second degree attempted murder
• Sexual battery by restraint
• Assault and battery on a police officer
• Attempted rape
• False imprisonment
• Possession and delivery of a controlled substance
• Identity theft
• Child labor law violations
• Forgery
• Breaking and entering
• Simple assault
• Sales fraud
• Vehicle theft
• Felony trespass

No discussion of this industry is complete without mentioning the work of Phil Ellenbecker, whose 18-year-old daughter was killed in the 1999 Wisconsin van wreck. Quite simply, Ellenbecker, who lives in Wisconsin, believes the industry murdered his daughter.

Ellenbecker founded the Dedicated Memorial Parents Group and runs its Web site, www.travelingsalescrews.info. He has demanded tighter regulations from legislators, the National Field Selling Association, the Magazine Publishers Association and company owners themselves. His Web site contains information relating to more than 300 felony cases within the industry since the 1980s. It is a catalog of grief — so much so that NFSA President Vinnie Pitts has said, "It's so negative, I don't like to look at it."

Ellenbecker's vitriol toward the industry sometimes gets the best of him. In 2006, he called Nina Link, president of the Magazine Publishers Association, at her home, to tell her about the latest death of a sales agent. When Link hung up on him, he fired an e-mail to Chris Nolan, the MPA's general counsel, which read in part, "Next time I call, tell her to listen to what I have to say! Tell her from me not to hang up. I have been very patient with all of you. Don't over extend your expectations of what will happen next." Ellenbecker received a visit by FBI agents shortly thereafter.

Somewhat scary outbursts aside, Ellenbecker's coverage of the industry is invaluable, and this story could not have been done without the help of his research.

Source:
http://www.houstonpress.com/2008-07-17/news/what-mainstream-publishers-don-t-want-you-to-know-cataloguing-grief
By Craig Malisow
Houston Press
Houston, Texas

Houston Press: What Mainstream Publishers Don't Want You to Know About Door-to-Door Magazine Sales
That kid at your door with a magazine order form will tell you a story --
part sad, part hopeful. The truth will be infinitely worse than you can imagine.
What Mainstream Publishers Don't Want You to Know About Door-to-Door Magazine Sales
By Craig Malisow
Houston Press


They would not listen
they did not know how
perhaps they'll listen now.

They would not listen, they're not listening still.
Perhaps they never will.

In Loving Memory Of My Beautiful Daughter Malinda
July 6, 1980 - March 25, 1999

Our hearts still ache in sadness,
and secret tears still flow,
what it meant to lose you,
no one will ever know.

Happy Birthday Malinda,
with all our love,
Dustin, Shawn, and Dad.

Sand and Water-Nielsen Chapman Beth

Enrique Inglesais - I can be your hero







The filthy Immoral Criminal PIGS For Profit - responsible for over 450 Felony Cases
96 deaths including Rape, Murder, and Vehicular homicide:
National Field Selling Association
Magazine Publishers of America
Direct Selling Association - Kirby Vacuum
ADT

Knock - Knock ... who's there .... Mister DEATH !!!

Open your door and you may lose your wallet, or or purse, or your identity or your prescription drugs.
Open your door to magazine salesman, cleaner salesman, Kirby or ADT salesman
and you could be raped or murdered.
These are the facts:
The DMPG has documented over 450 criminal felony cases and 96 deaths.
All directly connected to the traveling door-to-door sales industry.
If a door-to-door salesman knocks at your door call 911
before he rapes or murders you or your loved ones.
These are the facts.
This is the reality of the traveling door-to-door sales industry.

Door-to-door sales industry sponsored by:
the National Field Selling Association, the Magazine Publishers of America,
the Direct Selling Association (Kirby Vacuum) and ADT.

See Why We Say This

Take a very close look at what the Criminal and Immoral NFSA and the MPA are responsible for.
Innocent sales agents and homeowners raped and murdered for PROFIT !!!:
Wanted
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Breaking News

The Owners, Presidents, CEOs, and Officers of the NFSA and the MPA MUST be brought to justice
for Crimes against Humanity.

DMPG Criminal Chronology
January 2007 - May 2011
Chronology 2007 - 2011
DMPG Criminal Chronology
July 2005 - December 2006
Chronology 2005 - 2006
DMPG Criminal Chronology
1982 - 2005
Chronology 1982 - 2005


It Is Time For The United States Government To BAN ALL Door-To-Door Sales !!!


They would not listen
they did not know how
perhaps they'll listen now.

They would not listen, they're not listening still.

Perhaps they never will.

MagCrew Video

Door-to-Door Sales: Human Trafficking

Door-to-Door Sales Agents are NOT Independent Contractors !!!
They Are Employees of the Company
Read the California Judgement

NEW !!!
Door to Door Sales YouTube Video
Door to Door Sales YouTube Video

It Is Time For The United States Government To BAN ALL Door-To-Door Sales !!!
YOU do not have the Constitutional Right to Abuse, Exploit, Fraud, Rape and Murder
Innocent homeowners and sales agents !!!
The NFSA, the MPA, and the DSA MUST be either Regulated or Destroyed.
They are directly responsible for over 450 Felony Cases and 96 Deaths.
You are entering the most Dangerous, Deadly and Criminal Industry in the World !!!
Welcome to the HORROR of the 'Traveling Door-to-Door Sales Industry'
See Why We Say This
Google search: magazine saleman


Door-to-Door Sales: Human Trafficking

WARNING !!!
This website and it's contents are not suitable for young children or the faint of heart !!!

On this website all criminals are guilty until proven innocent in a court of law.

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Wisconsin Secretary of State



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
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DMPG Info:
Bridgett Robbins: Midwest Circulation LLC
EVIL 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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Dedicated Parents Group LLC @ 2013


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


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May 7, 2013

Door-to-Door Sales: Human Trafficking

Madison, Wisconsin
Utah company cited for violations of sales crew law faces $55,000 fine
April 22, 2013
Utah company cited for violations of sales crew law faces $55,000 fine
April 22, 2013 • MARY SPICUZZA | Wisconsin State Journal | mspicuzza@madison.com | 608-252-6122
A Utah company faces $55,000 in penalties for violating Wisconsin’s traveling sales crew law, the state Department of Workforce Development announced Monday.

The Equal Rights Division of DWD cited the company, Satton Marketing of Orem, Utah, for operating a traveling sales crew without registration in violation of state statute known as “Malinda’s Law.”

Malinda’s Law, passed in 2009, regulates traveling sales crews in the wake of a horrific 1999 van crash that left seven teenagers who were part of a crew dead, including 18-year-old Malinda Turvey of Verona.

Five other people were seriously injured in the crash.

The Equal Rights Division accused Satton Marketing of illegally operating a 12-member traveling sales crew that conducted door-to-door sales of DirectTV and Dish Network upgrades and services beginning in May 2012.

Crew members reportedly stayed temporarily in apartments the company rented in Fitchburg while traveling to nearby communities, including Waunakee, Madison, Sauk City, Beloit, Janesville and others.

The state also said when it contacted Satton executives, the company’s chief executive officer, Phillip Stockton, said crew members were independent contractors and as a result exempt from Malinda’s Law provisions. But state law prohibits traveling sales crew members from being categorized as independent contractors.

Grant Miser, Satton’s chief operations officer, could not be reached for comment.

The Equal Rights Division is asking the state Department of Justice to pursue the maximum penalties and forfeitures allowed under the law, which totals $55,000 in this case.

“Malinda’s Law protects workers and homeowners from the potential dangers posed by unlicensed traveling sales crews,” DWD Secretary Reggie Newson said in a statement.

“The law also ensures that companies provide important protections to workers, including limiting the hours they can work and requiring inspections of the vehicles that transport the crew members.”
MARY SPICUZZA | Wisconsin State Journal | mspicuzza@madison.com | 608-252-6122 http://host.madison.com
Madison, Wisconsin
Read This Story


DMPG Info Clip Posted 04/23/13:

RE: Wisconsin State Statute 103.34
Malinda's Traveling Sales Crew Protection Act

Wisconsin Door-to-Door: https://www.facebook.com/WisconsinDoortoDoor
Community Page about Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development
https://www.facebook.com/WIWorkforce

Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development
April 22, 2013

Failure to register a traveling sales crew with the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) is a costly move...
Utah company cited by DWD and $55,000 in forfeitures requested.

Get the full story here:
Read Original PDF Press Release

Read Original PDF - This Web Site

Final Determination:
Read Original PDF Final Determination

Read Original PDF Final Determination - This Web Site

Additional Information:

Wisconsin Legislation 2009
SB-4: Malinda's Traveling Sales Crew Protection Act
http://www.travelingsalescrews.info/wisconsin legislation 2009.html




Jury selection begins in 'salesman' rape
ABCActionNews
Published on Apr 15, 2013
It was more than a year ago that Rashad Hales, 20, was arrested for raping a woman in her Town N Country home.
Hales was 19-years-old at the time of the alleged incident.


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Janesville Wisconsin Van Crash Memorial April 7 2013

They would not listen
they did not know how
perhaps they'll listen now.

They would not listen, they're not listening still.

Perhaps they never will.

Don McLean
"Starry Starry Night"



In Loving Memory Of My Beautiful Daughter Malinda
July 6, 1980 - March 25, 1999


Do not bury me with words.
Do not remember me with the past.
Do not take my few moments of dreams away from me.
For I have lived in this world long enough to cherish life.
Save me in your heart.
Tell others that you loved me.
As I have loved you.
Put my name on your tongue.
Speak it freely.
Speak it to everyone.
So you can be remembered
as one who cares.
And when the tears come
wipe them gently from your face.
For I have not left you or forgotten you.
I am here with you now even as you suffer and mourn.
This is true love.
This is all I ask. This is what I have become.
Only an angel living in your heart.
With all my love
Your Dad



Dedicated Memorial Home Page

Malinda:
Murdered by: Jeremy Holmes, Karleen Hilley Spruiell, Choan Lane, Nathan Edwards and Nina Link.
Murdered by the National Field Selling Association
Murdered by the Magazine Publishers of America
Murdered by the 'traveling door-to-door sales industry'
96 documented deaths, over 400 felony cases, 6 unsolved murders, 6 unsolved sexual assaults and rapes.

DIRTY IMMORAL CRIMINAL PIGS FOR PROFIT
The NFSA and the MPA will pay dearly for Crimes Against Humanity.
The NFSA and the MPA will pay dearly for rape and murder and vechicular homicides.
They will pay dearly for slavery and human trafficking.
And they will all be locked up in state and federal prisons for the rest of their immoral and criminal lives.
We are going to DESTROY all of you for what you have done to innocent children and homeowners - no matter what we have to do!!!
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It is the END of DAYS for the Door-to-Door Sales Industry.
Another Sexual Assault (January 7, 2013)
Another innocent young girl crushed to death in a Van Rollover on October 24, 2012
Fit for Life - NOW - Fit For DEATH !!!
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Little Rock, Arkansas
Job Seekers Beware: Magazine Sales Crews Trafficking Teens?
November 5, 2012
Job Seekers Beware: Magazine Sales Crews Trafficking Teens?
By: Marci Manley, KARK 4 News
Updated: November 5, 2012
Between the pages of his local paper, 20-year-old Dylan, who asked KARK to not reveal his last name, thought he had found a way out of Arkansas two years ago.

"I saw an ad in the paper, to travel the world and do sales, you know," he said.

The company bought him a greyhound ticket to Texas to meet up with a crew selling magazine subscriptions for $20.00 a day, at least at first.

A fellow team member, left stranded in a small Texas town for failing to meet her magazine sales quota, tried to tell Dylan of the dangers his travels had in store.

"She said it's fine in your training, but after that it's all downhill," Dylan said. "She tried to warn me. She told me I'd have no money, and I would starve to death."

But Dylan was skeptical, assuming the girl just wasn't cut out for the fast-paced sales environment. He thought he would be different.

"I thought it wouldn't be that way for me," he said.

"You thought you would be the exception?" we asked.

"Yeah, but I wasn't. I was definitely the rule," he responded.

Pounding the pavement began at 8:00 a.m. each day, knocking on doors for upwards of 12 hours. At the end of the shift, teams would sleep five to a hotel room, and most days they were forced to rely on good Samaritans for a meal.

"A lot of times I wasn't doing well selling magazines and I didn't have the cash on hand to buy me something to eat," Dylan said.

The quota for the crew was often set at six subscriptions a day, with team members receiving a five dollar cut. It's money Dylan said the crew members never actually saw.

"Every time you needed money you had to go to your team leader," he said. "All of your money was kept in an account that only he had control over. If you wanted a new pair of sneakers, you had to go to him. If he didn't think you needed them, you didn't get them. It was just like having a master. You had to ask permission to do this and do that."

There were even fines that left sales crew members in the hole -- owing money for missing phone numbers and addresses on information sheets.

"They could find a reason to fine you for even the smallest things," he said. "Those fines eat away at your money, and then you don't have a dime."

And the punishments for failing to perform, could be severe.

"It never happened to me, but the kids under some other team leaders were being beaten because they weren't making their quotas," Dylan said. "The leader would have members of the team beat them, haze them, give them a hard time. Because in the leader's eyes, that kid was causing everyone else to suffer."

For Dylan, his beating came from a stranger on the streets in a rough part of town. He was mugged for a pack of gum and his cell phone.

"It was dark, one of those late working days," Dylan said. "The guy came up to me, demanded I empty my pockets. Another guy came from behind and punched me in the face and head. I had a bloody nose and a busted lip. My face was swollen and black eyes and all."

Dylan was never taken to the hospital by his team leader or given any type of medical attention, other than a gas station bathroom and a water faucet.

"It didn't hurt him [my team leader] none. He just wanted me to fill out the paperwork and give him the money I had made," Dylan said.

And that's when Dylan decided he wanted to return home.

"I stayed up all night trying to think of a way to get out. I didn't know if they would let me go, leave me stranded, or hold me there," he said. "So I came up with a story that my family had called and that my brother was deathly ill. I told them I had to go home or my parents were going to start making a fuss."

Like his former team member in Texas, Dylan was dropped off at a Las Vegas Greyhound station.

"I had no ticket, no money, no nothing," he said.

His parents received a phone call from a man who had discovered Dylan's stolen cell phone after it had been discarded. They contacted Dylan's uncle, who had a friend living in Vegas, to track down their son.

"I was finally able to get in contact with my parents," Dylan said. "I was scared, and I didn't know what was going to happen to me at that bus station by myself. But they were able to scrape together some money to buy me a bus ticket home."

Dylan had spent two months being told my team leaders and fellow team members to never reveal his location. The worry that contacting his family would come back to bite him never ceased until he arrived home three days later.

"I came home with absolutely no money whatsoever, beaten, bruised, and scared," he said. "I just can't think about what all could have happened to me. It was just as likely that I would never have made it home."

Dylan has no doubts he was caught up in a labor trafficking ring.

"I think that the company owned all of these teams and crews that were all connected," Dylan said. "I don't have proof of that necessarily, because we weren't ever allowed to know how the system really worked. But I think these people decided, 'We can talk these 18-year-old kids who think they know everything - con them into coming out here and making money for us."

Arkansas legislators like David Meeks are looking to create new laws to fight human trafficking, which includes labor trafficking and sex trafficking.

"It's slavery. It's modern day slavery, and we have to combat it," Meeks said. "We really want to him them [traffickers] in the pocketbook where it hurts."

Arkansas has one trafficking statute on the books, but it's never been used to prosecute.

"The penalties just aren't great enough for prosecutors to have any use for the statute," Meeks said.

Now, a team of state leaders is working to draft new legislation to seize operators' assets, hand down stiffer sanctions, and provide protection for victims.

"The Polaris Project considers Arkansas one of the 'Faltering Four' states, because we don't have enough laws on our books to really combat human trafficking," Meeks said.

The Polaris Project, a national human trafficking watchdog organization, not only ranks Arkansas at the bottom of the legislative totem pole, but it also considers sales crews one of the leading forms of labor trafficking in the U.S.

It's an estimated $50 million-a-year industry going largely unregulated.

Dylan's experiences seem to be textbook for these fly-by-night sales crews which appear to recruit young adults who are legally free to leave home on their own.

"At 18, we think we know everything and own the world, but we have no idea," he said.

The crews promise travel, fun, and big pay to target those from low-income communities or those with broken backgrounds.

"Me, I was from Arkansas, but I even had a good family that loved me and supported me," Dylan said. "Most of the kids there come out of bad homes or where they ran away from home."

The companies also seem to take advantage of parents' and the public's ignorance to remain in operation.

"Everybody I told what I was going to do, nobody had any idea what was going on. I had never heard of it anywhere," Dylan said.

For Dylan, his journey has lasted far beyond the two months he was out on the streets making sales.

"I haven't really been able to talk about it until now. It's something that's difficult to come to terms with. For a long time, it didn't seem real. I think I've spent the past two years in shock," he said.

And after being taught to make sales on the street, he's hoping parents and the public will listen to his pitch now.

"I would do anything to keep people from going through the same thing I went through," he said. "It was very scary and very life- changing."

We contacted a number of listings that offered fun, travel, and sales through Craigslist and the local newspaper to ask them about industry practices. None of them returned our phone calls.

While there are legitimate door-to-door sales companies that work in the United States, you'd be wise to do your homework, including determining if the company has an actual physical address and business phone number, a Better Business Bureau rating, and contacting the Attorney General's office in your state to see if complaints about the company have been made.

You can also check out the following websites: parentwatch.org and magcrew.com, which both work to highlight sales operations that have found to be illegitimate.

To read the Polaris Project's full research report on traveling sales crews, click the button to download the PDF document. Attachment Traveling Sales Crew Report - Polaris Project
By: Marci Manley, KARK 4 News
http://arkansasmatters.com
Little Rock, Arkansas
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Feds: Pittsburghers ran $2 million magazine subscription scam

Feds: Pittsburghers ran $2 million magazine subscription scam
Unsealed indictment names Samuel Cole, Larhon Buchanan
WTAE-TV
Published 9:20 AM EST Nov 21, 2012

PITTSBURGH —A man and a woman from Pittsburgh are accused of running a nearly $2 million scam on thousands of victims who thought they were buying magazine subscriptions to benefit charity. Samuel Cole and Larhon Buchanan, both of Larimer, hired young men and women to sell fake subscriptions across the country, according to a federal indictment that was unsealed this week. Investigators say the suspects ran the scam using the business names "New Image Consultants, Inc.," "Fresh Start Opportunities" and "Destiny Sales, Inc." Authorities say more than 21,000 people were victimized. The indictment says Cole and Buchanan instructed their sellers to tell people that they were single mothers or convicted criminals looking to get back on their feet. Both suspects were arrested and are waiting for a preliminary hearing.

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Fresh Start Opportunities
KOMO-TV
December 10, 2009|By Roland Sweet

A meeting of magazine salesmen at a motel in Tacoma, Wash., ended when two men announced they wanted to quit their jobs and were promptly beaten with baseball bats and golf clubs. Police arrested the remaining six salesmen in a sport utility vehicle just blocks away after discovering one was armed with brass knuckles and a gun. KOMO-TV reported the door-to-door subscription operation, called Fresh Start Opportunities, was a scam in which young men claiming to make a fresh start in life take donations ranging from $50 to $800 without delivering the magazines.


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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
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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
http://www.freelancestar.com
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
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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.
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http://denver.cbslocal.com
Denver, Colorado
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FYI:
The data that the Dedicated Memorial Parents Group has collected and posted on our 3 websites over the last 13 years
represents less that 10% of the total amount of information regarding the 'traveling door-to-door sales industry.'
With over 2000 members and 5 active editors we have collected detailed information that will destroy this fowl and criminal industry forever.
For specific info. on a specific civil, state, or federal lawsuits
please contact the DMPG Webmaster: Email: WebMaster
We have police reports, felony court documents/convictions, civil and AG lawsuits, emails from the Magazine Publishers of America
contracts between the magazine clearinghouses/magazine sales companies and the magazine publishers, tapped and recorded phone conversations
between the DMPG and the various magazine sales owners, managers, clearinghouses, NFSA and MPA officers and legal council.
We have Pad Cases, Hot Lists, and receipts from many of the magazine sales crews.
We can provide detailed information on the magazine/cleaner owners/managers, clearinhouses and the magazine trade groups and publishers.
We also have thousands of unposted news articles and detailed info. from the various state Secretary of State departments.
We can also provide contact information to many former owners/managers that have gone 'turn-coat' against the 'traveling door-to-door sales industry'
In addition to this we have MS spread sheets that document over 400 criminal felony cases and 89 deaths - all of which are
directly connected to the NFSA and the MPA.
We are a non-profit watch-dog organization that records and documents the criminal activities of the door-to-door sales industry
and a clearinghouse of information dedicated to exposing the fraud, exploitation, and Hideous criminal
acts of the 'traveling door-to-door sales industry.'

A criminal industry out of control and totally unregulated
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Agencies that the Dedicated Memorial Parents Group has worked with to STOP the exploitation and crime:

Polaris Project: Human Trafficking and Traveling Sales Crews

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Homeland Security

Federal Trade Commission

National Association of Attorney General

U.S. Marshals Service

Federal Bureau of Investigation

National Consumers League

Better Business Bureau

State and Federal Senators and Congressmen

Local and State Law Enforcement

Civil law firms and attorneys all across the US.


If God is the father of Satan
Then this woman is beyond all doubt
the mother of PURE EVIL !!!
In the Traveling Door-to Door Magazine Sales Industry she is the equivalent to Griselda Blanco.
Anyone come to mind???
The Mother Of PURE EVIL

YOU are going to PAY for Malinda's Death With YOUR ROTTING SOULS
If You even have a human soul?

Some people don't know how to ask for help.
And this is so very sad:
They just don't know how to ask for help.

They would not listen
they did not know how
perhaps they'll listen now.

They would not listen, they're not listening still.

I was abandoned.
I was beaten.
I was raped by my manager or car handler.
I was abused and exploited.
I was lied to and cheated out of the money I earned.
I was forced to commit fraud and lied to the home owner to make a sale.
I was forced to prostitute for selling magazine sales subscriptions
for the National Field Selling Association and the Magazine Publishers of America.
I was mutilated or killed in a van rollover.
I have a venerable disease.
I have a Broken Heart and a Broken Spirit and Broken Dreams.
I have been Beaten, Abused, Raped and stranded 2000 miles from my home.
I have not eaten in 3 days and have no money to get home.
My personal possessions have been stolen by the sales crew.
My best friend was beaten for low sales.
I have experienced extreme violence and have seen managers beat my friends bloody.
I am stranded at a Greyhound bus station
Then call us for HELP:
Dedicated Memorial Parents Group: 608-845-1711 (24/7)
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The NFSA and the MPA are WICKED and EVIL Pigs for profit and will do anything including RAPE and MURDER
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Little Rock Arkansas - National Coverage
Job Seekers Beware: Magazine Sales Crews Trafficking Teens?
November 5, 2012
Job Seekers Beware: Magazine Sales Crews Trafficking Teens?
By: Marci Manley, KARK 4 News
KARK 4, KARZ 42
arkansasmatters.com
Updated: November 5, 2012
Between the pages of his local paper, 20-year-old Dylan, who asked KARK to not reveal his last name, thought he had found a way out of Arkansas two years ago.

"I saw an ad in the paper, to travel the world and do sales, you know," he said.

The company bought him a greyhound ticket to Texas to meet up with a crew selling magazine subscriptions for $20.00 a day, at least at first.

A fellow team member, left stranded in a small Texas town for failing to meet her magazine sales quota, tried to tell Dylan of the dangers his travels had in store.

"She said it's fine in your training, but after that it's all downhill," Dylan said. "She tried to warn me. She told me I'd have no money, and I would starve to death."

But Dylan was skeptical, assuming the girl just wasn't cut out for the fast-paced sales environment. He thought he would be different.

"I thought it wouldn't be that way for me," he said.

"You thought you would be the exception?" we asked.

"Yeah, but I wasn't. I was definitely the rule," he responded.

Pounding the pavement began at 8:00 a.m. each day, knocking on doors for upwards of 12 hours. At the end of the shift, teams would sleep five to a hotel room, and most days they were forced to rely on good Samaritans for a meal.

"A lot of times I wasn't doing well selling magazines and I didn't have the cash on hand to buy me something to eat," Dylan said.

The quota for the crew was often set at six subscriptions a day, with team members receiving a five dollar cut. It's money Dylan said the crew members never actually saw.

"Every time you needed money you had to go to your team leader," he said. "All of your money was kept in an account that only he had control over. If you wanted a new pair of sneakers, you had to go to him. If he didn't think you needed them, you didn't get them. It was just like having a master. You had to ask permission to do this and do that."

There were even fines that left sales crew members in the hole -- owing money for missing phone numbers and addresses on information sheets.

"They could find a reason to fine you for even the smallest things," he said. "Those fines eat away at your money, and then you don't have a dime."

And the punishments for failing to perform, could be severe.

"It never happened to me, but the kids under some other team leaders were being beaten because they weren't making their quotas," Dylan said. "The leader would have members of the team beat them, haze them, give them a hard time. Because in the leader's eyes, that kid was causing everyone else to suffer."

For Dylan, his beating came from a stranger on the streets in a rough part of town. He was mugged for a pack of gum and his cell phone.

"It was dark, one of those late working days," Dylan said. "The guy came up to me, demanded I empty my pockets. Another guy came from behind and punched me in the face and head. I had a bloody nose and a busted lip. My face was swollen and black eyes and all."

Dylan was never taken to the hospital by his team leader or given any type of medical attention, other than a gas station bathroom and a water faucet.

"It didn't hurt him [my team leader] none. He just wanted me to fill out the paperwork and give him the money I had made," Dylan said.

And that's when Dylan decided he wanted to return home.

"I stayed up all night trying to think of a way to get out. I didn't know if they would let me go, leave me stranded, or hold me there," he said. "So I came up with a story that my family had called and that my brother was deathly ill. I told them I had to go home or my parents were going to start making a fuss."

Like his former team member in Texas, Dylan was dropped off at a Las Vegas Greyhound station.

"I had no ticket, no money, no nothing," he said.

His parents received a phone call from a man who had discovered Dylan's stolen cell phone after it had been discarded. They contacted Dylan's uncle, who had a friend living in Vegas, to track down their son.

"I was finally able to get in contact with my parents," Dylan said. "I was scared, and I didn't know what was going to happen to me at that bus station by myself. But they were able to scrape together some money to buy me a bus ticket home."

Dylan had spent two months being told my team leaders and fellow team members to never reveal his location. The worry that contacting his family would come back to bite him never ceased until he arrived home three days later.

"I came home with absolutely no money whatsoever, beaten, bruised, and scared," he said. "I just can't think about what all could have happened to me. It was just as likely that I would never have made it home."

Dylan has no doubts he was caught up in a labor trafficking ring.

"I think that the company owned all of these teams and crews that were all connected," Dylan said. "I don't have proof of that necessarily, because we weren't ever allowed to know how the system really worked. But I think these people decided, 'We can talk these 18-year-old kids who think they know everything - con them into coming out here and making money for us."

Arkansas legislators like David Meeks are looking to create new laws to fight human trafficking, which includes labor trafficking and sex trafficking.

"It's slavery. It's modern day slavery, and we have to combat it," Meeks said. "We really want to him them [traffickers] in the pocketbook where it hurts."

Arkansas has one trafficking statute on the books, but it's never been used to prosecute.

"The penalties just aren't great enough for prosecutors to have any use for the statute," Meeks said.

Now, a team of state leaders is working to draft new legislation to seize operators' assets, hand down stiffer sanctions, and provide protection for victims.

"The Polaris Project considers Arkansas one of the 'Faltering Four' states, because we don't have enough laws on our books to really combat human trafficking," Meeks said.

The Polaris Project, a national human trafficking watchdog organization,
not only ranks Arkansas at the bottom of the legislative totem pole, but it also considers sales crews one of the leading forms of labor trafficking in the U.S.

It's an estimated $50 million-a-year industry going largely unregulated.

Dylan's experiences seem to be textbook for these fly-by-night sales crews which appear to recruit young adults who are legally free to leave home on their own.

"At 18, we think we know everything and own the world, but we have no idea," he said.

The crews promise travel, fun, and big pay to target those from low-income communities or those with broken backgrounds.

"Me, I was from Arkansas, but I even had a good family that loved me and supported me," Dylan said. "Most of the kids there come out of bad homes or where they ran away from home."

The companies also seem to take advantage of parents' and the public's ignorance to remain in operation.

"Everybody I told what I was going to do, nobody had any idea what was going on. I had never heard of it anywhere," Dylan said.

For Dylan, his journey has lasted far beyond the two months he was out on the streets making sales.

"I haven't really been able to talk about it until now. It's something that's difficult to come to terms with. For a long time, it didn't seem real. I think I've spent the past two years in shock," he said.

And after being taught to make sales on the street, he's hoping parents and the public will listen to his pitch now.

"I would do anything to keep people from going through the same thing I went through," he said. "It was very scary and very life-changing."

We contacted a number of listings that offered fun, travel, and sales through Craigslist and the local newspaper to ask them about industry practices. None of them returned our phone calls.

While there are legitimate door-to-door sales companies that work in the United States, you'd be wise to do your homework, including determining if the company has an actual physical address and business phone number, a Better Business Bureau rating, and contacting the Attorney General's office in your state to see if complaints about the company have been made.

You can also check out the following websites:
parentwatch.org
and magcrew.com,
which both work to highlight sales operations that have found to be illegitimate.

To read the Polaris Project's full research report on traveling sales crews, click the button to download the PDF document.
Attachment Traveling Sales Crew Report - Polaris Project

Traveling Sales Crews AAG.pdf
By: Marci Manley, KARK 4 News
KARK 4, KARZ 42
arkansasmatters.com
http://arkansasmatters.com
Little Rock Arkansas
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they did not know how
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It's Halloween, and this year I'm going to dress up as a traveling door-to-door magazine salesman
so I can rape and murder every mother in your neighborhood, so I can steal ALL the candy from your innocent children.
And while I'm at it I might just rape and murder your children too.
See Why We Say This






Tulsa, Oklahoma: NO SOLICITATION !!!
Washington DC, Congressional Hearings
NCL: Five Most Dangerous Jobs for Teens 2012
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DMPG Compiled Article Criminal Chronology
January 2007 - May 2011
Chronology 2007 - 2011
DMPG Compiled Article Criminal Chronology
July 2005 - December 2006
Chronology 2005 - 2006
DMPG Compiled Article Criminal Chronology
1982 - 2005
Chronology 1982 - 2005


The immoral, the unholy, pigs for profit:
National Field Selling Association
Magazine Publishers of America

Shutting out door-to-door sales
The Tulsa ordinance allowing residents to stop door-to-door sales.
Published on Oct 5, 2012 by kjrhtv
Tulsa, Oklahoma: NO SOLICITATION !!!



Janesville Van Rollover Memorial March 25, 1999

Updated Story Links (posted 10/22/12):
Subscription for disaster
Created on Monday, August 07, 2006 | Written by Todd Murphy
PART I: Door-to-door magazine sales crews ensnare young, vulnerable
Subscription for disaster
Subscription for disaster: Part 1

Subscription for disaster
Created on Thursday, August 10, 2006 | Written by Todd Murphy
PART II: Trio's easy to track in shady industry, but cash trail isn't
Subscription for disaster: Part 2

Industry complaints arent new
Created on Thursday, August 10, 2006 | Written by Todd Murphy
Calling agents 'contractors' shields sales firms from some laws
Industry Complaints
Industry complaints arent new


I was in a printing house in Hell, and saw the method
in which knowledge is transmitted from generation to generation.
William Blake

When I was a child my Mommy and Daddy told me that there were no monsters.
But on March 25, 1999 the monsters MURDERED me. I was 18 years old.
Malinda's Memorial
They ripped my guts out and split my head in half.
I bled to death on a cold cement highway along with 6 other young kids that also did not believe in monsters.
After I died my father and the families of the other 6 kids discovered the true identity of the monsters.
It was the National Field Selling Association and the Magazine Publishers of America:

National Field Selling Association
Magazine Publishers of America





Do not bury me with words.
Do not remember me with the past.
Do not take my few moments of dreams away from me.
For I have lived in this world long enough to cherish life.
Save me in your heart.
Tell others that you loved me,
As I have loved you.
Put my name on your tongue.
Speak it freely.
Speak it to everyone
So you can be remembered
As one who cares.
And when the tears come
Wipe them gently from your face,
For I have not left you or forgotten you.
I am here with you now even as you suffer and mourn.
This is true love.
This is all I ask.
This is what I have become.
Only an angel living in your heart.

Rest in peace my beautiful angel, rest in peace.
My promise to you will be kept.
With all my love
Dad

Malinda's Memorial

Dedicated Memorial Parents Group Guestbook

Dedicated Memorial Parents Group


They would not listen
they did not know how
perhaps they'll listen now.

They would not listen, they're not listening still.
Perhaps they never will...

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Wanted
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The Unholy
Malinda's Memorial
In Loving Memory
Holy Ground
A plea for help: Letters to the MPA publishers: gone ignored and unanswered
Slaves to the sale
FAQ
Dedicated Memorial Parents Group


Take a close look at what the internet is saying about traveling door-to-door sales crews
door-to-door sales and magazine sales crimes:
Search: Magazine Sales Crews: NFSA and MPA
"Magazine Salesman":
"Magazine Salesman"
"Magazine Salesman" + Murder:
"Magazine Salesman" + Murder
"Magazine Salesman" + Rape:
"Magazine Salesman" + Rape


This is what can happen to you when you open your door to a door-to-door magazine salesman.
When you let them in your home your are inviting EVIL !!!
When you refuse to buy a magazine from the National Field Selling Association
and the Magazine Publishers of America you are beaten, raped, and set on fire.
See Why We Say This

Daniel Deshawn Neal
On March 30, 2009 a 78 year old woman in Texas is raped and set on fire by Daniel Deshawn Neal
a traveling door-to-door magazine salesman working for a Washington, D.C.- based company called U.D. Management.
UD Management is an active member of the National Field Selling Association:

http://nfsa.com
The Unholy



This is what can happen to you when you open your door to a door-to-door Kirby salesman.

You Tube: Grandmother survives torture and kidnapping.


"He who profits by a crime commits it."

The NFSA MONSTERS Strike Again !!!


Layton, Utah
Traveling salesman accused of raping Layton woman
Man allegedly went into home and overpowered woman.
DMPG Info:
Layton, Utah Police Department Case #: 12-17406
Door-to-Door Magazine Sales Company:
Tower of Power
Door-to-Door Magazine Sales Company Clearinghouse:
Pacific Coast Clearing Services
BBB: Pacific Coast Clearing Services, Inc.
This Business is not BBB Accredited
Pacific Coast Clearing Services Inc
BBB Rating: D-
Phone: (253) 851-8414
Fax: (253) 851-8415
5775 Soundview Dr Ste 103C,
Gig Harbor, WA 98335-2222
http://www.pccsonline.com
Additional Information
BBB file opened: 09/30/1993
Business started: 08/01/1993
Type of Entity
Corporation
Incorporated: August 1993, WA
Contact Information
Primary Contact: Mr Ken Fryk (COO/CFO)
Complaint Contact: Ms Mary Millard
Director of Operations)
Mr William R Gillespie
Business Category
Magazines - Subscription Agents, Magazine Sales, Magazines Sold
Door-to-Door, Magazines - Dealers
Products & Services
This company offers processing of magazine subscriptions.
Alternate Business Names
Dream Team Subscriptions LLC, La Familia Sales Inc, Patriot Sales Inc,
Platinum Allstar Sales Inc, Success Express Sales Inc, Top Sales
Additional Rape Case: PCCS:
Rondie Lamont Walz
Rape
Date: 12/02/06
Magazine Sales Company: Pacific Coast Clearing Services
Location: Claremont, California
Claremont, California PD Case #: 06-4264
Display Info On Rondie Lamont Walz




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police reports, court documents, media articles, and secretary of state websites.
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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The Abused, Abandoned, Exploitated, Raped and Murdered:
http://www.magazinesalescrews.com/testimonials.html
http://www.magcrew.com

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they did not know how
perhaps they'll listen now.

They would not listen, they're not listening still.
Perhaps they never will...

Published on Jul 30, 2012 by AdamKokesh
How to prevent door-to-door sales
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Magazine Sales Crews The Truth
Dedicated Memorial Parents Group





Crimes Against Humanity !!!
Homeowners, Young Children, Teens and Young Adults being Raped and Murdered For PROFIT !!!

National Field Selling Association
Magazine Publishers of America

See Why We Say This
Wanted
Criminal Profiles
Breaking News
Letters to the publishers
Slaves to the sale


I was abandoned.
I was beaten.
I was raped by my manager or car handler.
I was abused and exploited.
I was lied to and cheated out of the money I earned.
I was forced to commit fraud and lie to the consumer.
I was forced to prostitute for selling magazine sales subscriptions.
I was hurt or killed in a van accident.
I have a venerable disease.
I have a Broken Heart and a Broken Spirit and Broken Dreams.
I have been Beaten, Abused, Raped and stranded 2000 miles form my home.
Then Get Away From The Traveling Door-to-Door Sales Crew Immediately!!!
Call the Police, before They Destroy Your Life or Kill you.

We are here for you. We are here to help you.
If you are without food and shelter we will find you food and shelter.
If your are alone and abandoned will get you a bus ticket home.
If you have been beaten or raped we will help you heal and we will get you justice.
Contact Phil with the Dedicated Memorial Parents Group at 608-845-1711 (24/7)
Contact Earlene Williams with Parent Watch at 917-579-4641 (24/7)
Contact the Polaris Project ( Human Trafficking) at 1-888-3737-888 (24/7)
Contact the National Runaway Switchboard at 1-800-786-2929 (24/7)
Contact Operation Safe house at 616-589-4370 (24/7)
Or end up DEAD like my beautiful 18-year-old daughter Malinda

NATIONAL CONSUMERS LEAGUE
Five Most Dangerous Jobs for Teens 2012

A Industry Rife With Fraud, Exploitation and Crime


DMPG Info Clip Posted 05/24/12
Helena, Montana
Traveling door-to-door magazine saleman mastrabates in front of female homeowner while selling magazine subscriptions for the Magazine Publishers of America:
Police seek exposing magazine salesman
Police are looking for a man who reportedly entered a woman’s residence while pretending to be selling magazines Monday afternoon and then indulged in lewd acts in front of the homeowner. Officers responded to the home on the 900 block of Tara Court after receiving a call from the woman at about 2:40 p.m., according to Lt. Steve Hagen. The woman told police a muscular man with dark hair and brown eyes had come into her house and then proceeded to expose himself and masturbate.

See: Breaking News: May 22, 2012 for Full Story.

Contact Nina Link and tell her to STOP the Fraud, Exploitation and Crime for Profit:
Magazine Publishers of America: President: Nina Link - MPA
Nina Link
President & CEO
(212) 872-3710
Office of the President
president@magazine.org
Email Nina Link
Nina Link
President & CEO
(212) 872-3710
Carolyne Tang
Executive Assistant to the President
(212) 872-3711



DO NOT OPEN YOUR DOOR TO A DOOR-TO-DOOR SALESMAN !!!
LOCK YOUR DOOR AND CALL THE POLICE !!!
See Why We Say This



Traveling Door To Door Sales
"He who profits by a crime commits it."
Bad boys bad boys what ya gonna do when they come up for you?


Over 400 Criminal Felony cases documented: 89 deaths
A Industry Rife With Fraud, Exploitation, and Crime
Criminal Profiles
Wanted
Breaking News
The blood that you have taken will never be forgotten
And will never be forgiven.
Who's To Blame for the Van Accidents, The Exploitation, The Rapes and the Murders:
National Field Selling Association
Magazine Publishers of America
Your rotting souls are stained by the blood of the innocent.
See Why We Say This

Criminal Chronology January 2007 - May 2011
Criminal Chronology July 2005 - December 2006
Criminal Chronology 1982 - 2005

The Dedicated Memorial Parents Group is trying to make this world a better and safer place to live.
We are trying to protect innocent children and homeowners from the fraud, exploitation, horrific van accidents, rape, and murder.
But the National Field Selling Association and the Magazine Publishers of America have a much different agenda.
Their goal, and their primary purpose is to make money and they could give a rat’s ass how they do this.
Their greed and insatiable hunger for the almight dollar is responsible for 89 deaths and over 400 high profile criminal felonies.
Many of these crimes have been against innocent homeowners that have been raped and murdered by the NFSA and MPA sales agents.
Many more have been against innocent children and young adults who have been exploited for profit.
This industry is destroying human life for profit !!!
It is a immoral, malignant, criminal industry based on the sale of magazines and cleaner products door-to-door.
Currently the DMPG Wanted page contains 4 unsolved murders and 5 unsolved rape cases
all directly connected to the traveling door-to-door sales industry.
The monsters that control this fowl and immoral industry are Nina Link: President of the MPA and Sandra Hall President of the NFSA.
The DMPG is asking everyone that finds this web site to Boycott door-to-door sales and to email or call Nina Link and Sandra Hall
and tell them to STOP raping and murdering innocent human beings for profit.
Please help us put an end to this hideous and criminal industry before they rape or murder you or one of your loved ones.
Sincerely,
The Dedicated Memorial Parents Group
May 16, 2012

See Why We Say This

Internet User Alert !!!
This Web Site:
travelingsalescrew.com
http://travelingsalescrew.com
IS NOT Associated with or Affiliated with The Dedicated Memorial Parents Group (DMPG) in any way shape or form !!!
It is a TOTAL SCAM and Controlled by The National Field Selling Association.
The NFSA has put this web site up to promote and disguise their FOWL, IMMORAL and CRIMINAL Industry !!!
It is a TRAP and a Spiders Web to snare the innocent and naive.
In a word it is absloute PROPAGANDA.
DO NOT BUY INTO THEIR BULLSHIT !!!
Or you will end up DEAD like my beautiful 18-year-old daughter Malinda

Attention:

NEW DMPG Web Sites Under Construction:
http://www.magazinesalescrews.com - Beta
http://www.magazinesalescrews.info
http://www.magazinesalescrews.org
http://www.no-knock.info
July 6, 2012: In loving memory of my beautiful daughter Malinda
Malinda and 6 other kids were killed by Jeremy Holmes, Choan Lane, Karleen Hillery, the NFSA and MPA.
Happy Birthday Malinda


We are going to destroy your immoral and criminal industry with massive media coverage.
We are going to destroy your immoral and criminal industry with congressional hearings and federal legislation.
Say you are sorry to the thousands of families you have destroyed.
Lay flowers on the childrens graves and beg God for mercy.
Go out of business RIGHT NOW - TODAY !!!
Find another way to make money exploiting, raping and murdering innocent human beings.
Or suffer the consequences.


A Broken Heart.
A Broken Spirit.
Broken Dreams.
Beaten, Abused, Raped or Abandoned?

Get Away From The Traveling Door-to-Door Sales Crew NOW !!!
Before They Destroy Your Life !!!
Please HELP Me !!!
Dedicated Memorial Parents Group
Forever Young

The GRUESOME reality of traveling door-to-door MAGAZINE sales crews:

Magazine Sales Agent Beaten Bloody during a boxing match:
The DMPG has many more pictures like this that reveal the hidious and evil acts
of the magazine sales companies and their enforcers, managers, and owners.
We also have hundreds of steaming media videos from 1999 to 2012.
Permission to post granted by the magazine sales agent.
Magazine Sales Company: Entrepreneurs Across America aka: Points Across America
Owner: George Frederick Senner
Magazine Clearinghouse: All Star Promotions.
Owner: Russell Wood
Senner's magazine sales agents were forced to box each other when they returned with low sales for the day.
Senner (Senner Sales) is also responsible for the deaths of two magazine sales agents
(Crystal Mahathy and Scott Tarwater) on 02/05/00 in California.
See Texas Trio and Slaves to the sale: this website.

Mack Hall (one of the NFSA founders and former husband to Sandra Hall: current NFSA president:
Magazine Company: Alliance Service Company Inc.)
was Karleen Hillery's mentor and taught her the fine art of deception and exploitation.
Deaths directly connected to Sandra Hall (Current President of the NFSA) and Alliance Service Company Inc:
Juliea Ann LeBrun
Mag Agent Drug Overdose
1/8/2004
Shamblin Jo Rodriguez
Mag Agent Van Rollover
11/27/2005
Joshua James Wolf
Mag Agent Van Rollover
11/27/2005
Joseph Young
Mag Agent Drug Overdose
2/6/2006

How does this predator sleep at night knowing she is responsible for these deaths ???
How does this THING look at herself in the mirror ???

Hillery is responsible for the deaths of 8 young kids (see March 25, 1999 Janesville Van Rollover and Amanda Spurr 12/20/98).
Amanda Spurr 12/20/98
Peter Christman 03/25/99
Cory Hanson 03/25/99
Amber Marie Lettman 03/25/99
Crystal Faith McDaniel 03/25/99
Marshall Lee Roberts 03/25/99
Malinda Lillian Turvey 03/25/99
Joseph Wild 03/25/99
Janesville, Wisconsin Van Rollover March 25, 1999
Research: Subscriptions Plus: this website.
Hillery is currently serving a 10 year prison term in Arizona for multiple felony counts of DUI and Assault.
Her last husband Robert Spruiell was stabbed to death in a drug deal gone bad in Miami Florida in May of 2008.
Her husband before Spruiell - Choan Lane (scumbag manager for Subscriptions Plus) served 3.5 years in prison
for his role in killing the seven kids on March 25, 1999.
He is currently WANTED by the State of Wisconsin and the 12 families for $500,000 in unpaid court ordered restitution.
Karleen Hillery and Robert Spruiell (Integrity Sales/Integrity Program/Magazine Fulfilment) were members of the NFSA.
At this time in history Nathan Edwards: (Austin Diversified Products/ADVANAGE™ Wonder Cleaner) was president of the NFSA.
And the NFSA was an active member of the Magazine Publishers of America: President: Nina Link.
But what is the connection between the magazine sales companies and the magazine publishers?
The murdering scum cleared their magazine sales subscriptions through the
NPE (National Publishers Exchange.
https://www.npemags.com/npemags
And PUBLISHERS CONSULTING CORPORATION.
http://www.mag-full.com : Owner: Robert Lake.
NPE and PCC are the toxic SCUM 'magazine clearinghouses' that connects the criminal magazine sales companies to the magazine publishers.
They are the PIGS for Profit that are responsible for countless van accidents, rapes and murders.
We will continue this sick and fowl history of the traveling door-to-door sales industry on July 6, 2012 when our new websites become active. We will expose in great detail the evil scum that are responsible for KILLING our children and Raping and Murdering innocent homeowners.

CONDE NAST
http://www.condenast.com
HEARST
http://www.hearst.com/magazines
READERS DIGEST
http://www.rd.com
MOTHER JONES
http://www.motherjones.com
ROLLING STONE: aka: Wenner Media LLC
http://www.rollingstone.com
MEREDITH
http://www.meredith.com/media_portfolio/magazines.html
Disney Publishing
http://www.mediaowners.com/company/disneypublishing.html
Walt Disney Company
http://www.mediaowners.com/company/waltdisney.html
Time Inc.
http://www.timeinc.com

National Publishers Exchange
https://www.npemags.com/npemags

PUBLISHERS CONSULTING CORPORATION
http://www.mag-full.com : Owner: Robert Lake.

Magazine Publishers of America: President: Nina Link - MPA
National Field Selling Association: President: Sandra Hall

Media Coverage and DMPG Data:

Houston Presss: What Mainstream Publishers Don't Want You to Know About Door-to-Door Magazine Sales
That kid at your door with a magazine order form will tell you a story --
part sad, part hopeful. The truth will be infinitely worse than you can imagine.
What Mainstream Publishers Don't Want You to Know About Door-to-Door Magazine Sales

New York Times: For Youths, a Grim Tour on Magazine Crews
For Youths, a Grim Tour on Magazine Crews

New Your Times: Life on a Magazine Crew
Life on a Magazine Crew

Portland Tribune: Subscription for disaster
Subscription for disaster

Houston chronicle: Slaves to the sale
Slaves to the sale

DMPG: Wanted:
Wanted

DMPG: Criminal Profiler:
Criminal Profiler

Letters to the publishers


The Ghost Of Your Soul Is Hidden In My Daughter's Eyes









They would not listen
they did not know how
perhaps they'll listen now.

Police looking for rapist who claimed he was selling magazines


79-Year-Old Woman Beat, Raped and Set on Fire, Faces the _Man_ She Says Did it




Here are just two recent examples of CRIME and how the Traveling Door-to-Door Magazine Sales industry
makes their DIRTY MONEY by Exploitation, Rape, and Murder:




Dallas Texas
Door-to-door magazine solicitor stabs Dallas resident
March 19, 2012
Door-to-door magazine solicitor stabs Dallas resident
by REBECCA LOPEZ
WFAA.com
WFAA-TV
Dallas/Fort Worth
Posted on March 19, 2012 at 6:41 PM
Updated yesterday at 1:24 AM

Credit: WFAA
Preston Hollow is one of the most upscale neighborhoods in North Texas lined
with expensive homes. It's here door to door magazine salesmen are targeting
residents. A 21-year-old who didn't want to be identified was attacked last week.
He ended up with 11 stitches in his face after being stabbed by an aggressive
salesman who wouldn't take no for answer.

DALLAS - Preston Hollow is one of the most upscale neighborhoods in North Texas, lined with expensive homes. It's here door-to-door magazine salesmen are targeting residents.

A 21 year old, who didn't want to be identified, was attacked last week.

"He came up and was very inarticulate, and said some kind of babble about needing money for some organization - obviously fake," the man said.

The victim fears his attacker will come back, and he already bears the scar.

He ended up with 11 stitches in his face after being stabbed by an aggressive salesman who wouldn't take no for answer.

"[He] pulled out a knife and came after me," the victim said. "It was pretty gory."

And it's not the first time magazine sales people were aggressive in Preston Hollow.

Tontanisha Reed was arrested last week after police say she threatened a homeowner who refused to buy magazines.

According to a police report, she yelled, "You better watch your back. I have friends and they will take care of you, I know where you live."

Video shot by our sister station in Houston a couple years ago shows one of their reporters attacked after confronting a salesman.

Across the state, police departments have warned about door-to-door magazine sales. They say solicitors sometimes hire felons.

Dallas police issued a similar warning this week.

"If they look sketchy, don't do anything," the victim said. "Just call the cops."

Dallas police say the salespeople may have weapons, so avoid contact and confrontations.

E-mail rlopez@wfaa.com
by REBECCA LOPEZ
WFAA.com
WFAA-TV
Dallas/Fort Worth
http://www.wfaa.com
Dallas, Texas
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Hendersonville, Tenessee
Man selling magazines jailed on sexual assault
March 19, 2012
Man selling magazines jailed on sexual assault
Posted: Mar 19, 2012 10:19 PM CDT
Updated: Mar 20, 2012 4:52 PM CDT
Reported by Forrest Sanders
WSMV-TV
wsmv.com
HENDERSONVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

A man selling magazines door-to-door is suspected of sexual assault in Hendersonville.

Nicholas Dalrymple, 26, of Gainesville, GA, was jailed in Sumner County on a charge of sexual battery.

Monday morning, a Hendersonville woman called police to say she had been attacked by a man who came to her door to sell magazine subscriptions. A second call had also been made to Hendersonville Police, claiming Dalrymple had become aggressive after a neighbor refused him entry to her home.

Officers located Dalrymple in the Maples neighborhood, where he was selling subscriptions for a North Carolina firm.

Investigators are not releasing his mugshot yet because they are trying to determine if there are any other victims.

"I just couldn't believe it," said neighbor Dorothy Merryman. "I just couldn't believe it. I'm just so thankful that I went in my house and locked the door, or he could've come in my house."

Merryman said she encountered Dalrymple on Monday when he rang her doorbell.

"I said, 'I do not want any magazines,'" said Merryman. "He said, 'Well, give me a high five since you don't want any.' I said, 'no.'"

Merryman said the salesman then asked her for a cold drink. She went to get it, but not before locking the door first.

"I told my husband to go to the door to see what he wanted," said Merryman. "My husband said, 'What do you want?' He said, 'She's getting me something cold to drink.' I made my husband take it to him, and he left."

It was later that afternoon Merryman heard Dalrymple had been charged with sexual battery. The news has Merryman relieved she kept that door locked.

"It's just scary," said Merryman. "You just can't trust people anymore. I just don't trust. I'm sorry, but I just don't trust."

Another neighbor in the same area told Channel 4 a man claiming to be selling magazine subscriptions for a North Carolina firm knocked on her door about a month ago. She said the man struck her as strange because he insisted on getting cash from her instead of checks.

Hendersonville Police said they're still investigating how long Dalrymple has been operating in this neighborhood and if he was truly selling magazine subscriptions for a company.

Hendersonville Police added that people have to have a solicitor's permit in order to sell anything door to door in their jurisdiction and in many other jurisdictions. To protect yourself, police say to always ask someone who comes to your home to show you their permit.
Reported by Forrest Sanders
WSMV-TV
wsmv.com
http://www.wsmv.com
Nashville, Tennessee
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FOUND

Ian Daniel Ladd
18 yr old male
DOB 4/15/1993
Brown hair and brown eyes
6'5" tall
weight: approx 145 lbs.
white
Last seen on April 12, 2011 at the San Bernardino, Ca. Greyhound bus station headed for Los Angeles, CA wearing a white graphic t-shirt and jeans, carrying a small black and yellow 5.10 backpack and a small green backpack.
Traveling and working with a mag crew (Dynasty Technologies/ MTS Circulation) possibly in northern ca. maybe headed to Las Vegas. Possibly with a crew manager named Roxanne.
Ian is Bipolar and without his medication. He has not been heard from at all and just had his birthday. He has not responded to birthday wishes on facebook or any e-mails.
This is not like Ian to not respond to friends, etc.
Missing persons case: DR# 0511009698
contact Deputy Sheriff Miguel Placencia or another sheriff if he is not available at
(909) 336-0600
Twin Peaks Station
San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department
P.O. Box 384/26010 Hwy 189
Twin Peaks, Ca. 92391
Also contact Noelle Ladd (mom)
(909) 648-2937
noelleladd@hotmail.com


BAN DOOR-TO-DOOR SALES !!!
Destroy This Criminal Industry
Before They Rape And Murder Another Innocent Human Being!!!

How to destroy the Evil Monster:
1) Congressional Hearings.
2) Federal Criminal RICO.
3) Federal Civil RICO.
4) Class Action Lawsuits
If we can Destroy their 'business model'
We can put this fowl, criminal and immoral industry out of business forever.
Their sales agents are NOT Independent Contractors!
They are employees of the company.
See Wisconsin legislation SB-4
SB-4
Every Civil Rights/Labor Attorney in the United States should Jump on This Immediately!!!
Contact your Attorney General:
National Association of Attorneys General
See Why We Say This
If the National field Selling Association is the trade group for the magazine and cleaner companies
across the country and the magazine and cleaner sales crews are considered to be independent contractors
Then WHY does the NFSA have a password protected web page hidden from the public: http://nfsa.com/hotels
That is used to book hotel arrangements for the magazine and cleaner sales crews???

If the NFSA is such a reputable organization then WHY have we documented 89 deaths and over 350 felony cases?
And WHY does the National Consumers League http://www.nclnet.org
List Traveling Door-to-Door Sales as one of the top 5 most dangerous jobs for teens and young adults in the United States?
http://stopchildlabor.org/?p=2439
And WHY has the state of Wisconsin passed a state law making all traveling door-to-door sales agents employees as opposed to independent contractors?
Wisconsin SB-4 Legislation



It's not a matter of if - It's a matter of when.
Who will be the next rape victim?
Who will be the next kid killed in a van rollover?
Who will be the next murdered sales agent or homeowner?
It's just a matter of time.
See Why We Say This
Wanted
Traveling Sales Crews Criminal Profiler


This Website is Dedicated to presenting the violent, destructive, greedy and criminal
acts that have turned the Traveling Sales Industry
into a National Tragedy

HELP NOW !!!
95 Documented DEATHS and over 400 Recorded And Documented High Profile Felony Cases:
Wanted
Traveling Sales Crews Criminal Profiler
It is time to put an end to this industries exploitation, fraud and criminal acts.

A Industry Rife With Fraud, Exploitation, and Crime
BOYCOTT !!!
Breaking News
"He who profits by a crime commits it."
"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil, is for good men to do nothing."
Raped and Murdered Homeowners for PROFIT
Murdered Sales Agents Selling Magazines
For Readers Digest, Conde Nast, Hearst, Mother Jones, Wenner Media

The Expoitation, The Labor Violations And The Hidious Crimes:
A Industry Rife With Fraud, Exploitation, and Crime
The Monsters:
Magazine Publishers of America
National Field Selling Association
The Plea For Resolution And The Absolute Denial:
Letters To The Publishers
Blame publishers, not young salespeople
Pressure to Control Field Agents Mounts
New Voice of Consumer Magazines
Documented Emails to the MPA: Michael Pashby, Chris Nolan, and Nina Link
The Bloody Underworld of the Criminal Door-to-Door Magazine and Cleaner Sales Industry

Attorney Access

The Exploitation:
“I was in a printing house in Hell, and saw the method in which
knowledge is transmitted from generation to generation.”
William Blake

Exploitation In Door-to-Door Sales
Slave to the sale
What Mainstream Publishers Don't Want You to Know
About Door-to-Door Magazine Sales

For Youths, a Grim Tour on Magazine Crews
Life on a Magazine Crew
Subscription for disaster
Sales crews still dying as reforms stall
Many publishers ignore dangerous, ugly side of subscription industry, critics say
Crews live and die to sell


The Crime:
Wanted
Criminal Profiler
Criminal Profiler In Progress

Introduction
Breaking News

A Industry Rife With Fraud, Exploitation, and Crime
Do you love your mother?
Do you love your daughter?

Then contact the Magaizine Publishers of America and the National Field Selling Association
before your loved one is raped and murdered by a traveling door-to-door salesman.
Tell them to put an end to the greed and the crime before another innocent life is lost.

Do you love your child?
Then contact the Magaizine Publishers of America and the National Field Selling Association
before your kid is murdered or killed in a van roll over. Tell them to put an end to the explotation of teens and young adults.
Tell them that you want the GREED for PROFIT to STOP!

Magazine Publishers of America - President: Nina Link - MPA
Nina Link
President & CEO
(212) 872-3710
Office of the President
president@magazine.org
Email Nina Link
Nina Link
President & CEO
(212) 872-3710
Carolyne Tang
Executive Assistant to the President
(212) 872-3711

National Field Selling Association
President: Ms. Sandra Hall (President) NFSA
Alliance Service Company (ASCI)
(847) 253-7766
2390 Esplanade Drive, Ste 206, Gilberts, IL 60136
http://www.allianceserviceco.com
Email Sandra Hall
Email Sandra Hall
BBB:
http://www.bbb.org/chicago/business-reviews/magazines-dealers/alliance-service-in-gilberts-il-27000804

DMPG Info:
Door-to-Door Magazine Sales Trade Group:
National Field Selling Association
http://www.www.nfsa.com
end DMPG Info
December 29, 2011
Ripoff Report: #815672
Complaint Review: NFSA
Submitted: Thursday, December 29, 2011
Posted: Thursday, December 29, 2011
Reported By: Once a Member — Dallas Texas United States of America
NFSA
Internet Pennsylvania United States of America
Phone:
Web: www.nfsa.com
Category: Cult Organizations
NFSA: National Field Selling Association, Scumbag Criminal Publishers: Covering up criminal Companies. Internet, Pennsylvania RipOff Report:
http://www.ripoffreport.com
Read The Entire RipOff Report Here
Click Here to read other Ripoff Reports on NFSA




CONSUMER BOYCOTT !!!
It is time to STOP this fowl and immoral industry forever!
It is time to put an end to the exploitation, rape and murder!

We are asking all consumers to boycott magazines until the Magazine Publishers of America discontinue the distribution of magazines to the magazine clearinghouses and magazine companies across the country that continue to rape and murder innocent children and homeowners. This boycott includes but is not limited to the sales of magazines and magazine subscriptions by traveling door-to-door sales agents, newsstands, hospitals, medical clinics, grocery stores, book stores, the internet, and any other means of sale.

This web site and its over 2000 pages receive on an average of between 3500 – 4000 viewers per day. These basis statistic tell us that there are hundreds of thousands of people in this country alone being adversely affected by the immoral practices of the magazine publishers and the National field Selling Association.

When you purchase a magazine from any source you are contributing to the exploitation and the crime that has plagued this fowl industry for decades. In effect you become part of the problem and are supporting an industry built on greed, exploitation, labor violations, human rights violations, human trafficking, and hideous crimes.
Please join us today and boycott magazine sales across the coutry until the magazine publishers discontinue the distribution of magazines to the magazine clearinghouses and magazine companies responsible for the rapes and murders of our loved ones.
"He who profits by a crime commits it."



View PDF Wanted Poster

Vancouver, Washington
Rapist on the Run:
Frightening case where knife-wielding suspect posed as door-to-door salesman - then attacked
November 4, 2011
Suspect sketch - Wanted for rape in Vancouver


WMW
November 4, 2011
WANTED IN VANCOUVER—
Vancouver police need help solving a disturbing rape case.
They say the man drawn up in this sketch pretended to be a door-to-door salesman before busting his way into a woman's home. It has a brazen attack – happening right in the middle of the afternoon on October, 25th. The victim lives near Stapleton Rd. and 4th Plain. Police say he knocked on her door, clutching a clipboard, and claiming to be selling magazines. But then, he pulled a knife, forced his way inside, and raped her. Here’s a description of the suspect: Black, Age: 30-35, Ht: 6’0”, Wt: 180 lbs, Wearing red jacket with hood, Gold hoop earring in right ear, Vertical scar on left side of neck. Even if you don't recognize this guy, here's how you can help: Police want to hear from anyone in Vancouver who's had a door-to-door magazine salesman come to their house in the past month - whether you bought something or not, they need to hear from you. If that’s you, or if you recognize the man in this sketch, call: CRIME STOPPERS: 1-800-222-TIPS
Q13FOX, KCPQ-TV
http://www.q13fox.com
Seattle, Washington
Read This Story




Daniel Deshawn Neal
On March 30, 2009 a 78 year old woman in Texas is raped and set on fire by Daniel Deshawn Neal
a traveling door-to-door magazine salesman working for a Washington, D.C.-based company called U.D. Management.



Dedicated Memorial Parents Group


A National Tragedy Of EPIC Proportions !!!
A Egregious National Labor Problem
Magazine Publisher GREED !!!
A Industry Rife With Fraud, Exploitation, and Crime


Letters To The Magazine Publishers
Slaves to the sale

Happy 32nd Birthday Malinda - July 6, 2011

Malinda's Memorial
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Traveling Door-to-Door Sales Crews:
A Egregious National Labor Problem



Watch The Video
Life on a Magazine Crew
Current and former door-to-door magazine sellers talk about the industry, which is rife with abuse.


For Youths, a Grim Tour on Magazine Crews:
The New York Times

Pray for the Dead and Fight Like Hell for the Living
Listen To Mother Jones Autobiography


Denver, Colorado
Jeremy and Alicia
Homeless Youth Labor Trafficking
DMPG Info:
Door-to-Door Magazine Sales Company:
Urban Development Solution
end DMPG Info
July 26, 2010
Jeremy and Alicia
Homeless Youth Labor Trafficking
www.youtube.com
July 26, 2010


Jul 26, 2010
Jeremy and Alicia
I received a call today from Chris, an outreach worker at Denver's homeless youth services Urban Peak [http://www.urbanpeak.org/]. He said he had to pick up some kids left stranded by a "sales crew". I never heard of such a thing so it didn't "register" or make sense. ... When I arrived at their down...See More
Friday at 3:04pm

Denver, Colorado
Watch YouTube Story
Watch invisiblepeople.tv Story


Dedicated Memorial Parents Group


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



Want to see an exclusive GLIMPSE of what life on a mag crew is like?
watch this amazingly well written short film to see only a fraction of
what these victims go through ... then tell us what you think or how it impacted you!
MagCrew Movie

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Pokorny v. 'Quixtar' ('Amway'), = Reason v. Insanity

DMPG Info:
Door-to-Door Sales Company:
'Quixtar' ('Amway')
Amway is a member of the Direct Sales Association
end DMPG Info
November 3, 2010
Pokorny v. 'Quixtar' ('Amway'), = Reason v. Insanity
David Brear (Copyright 2010)
Posted with Corporate Frauds Watch
http://corporatefraudswatch.blogspot.com
Pokorny v. 'Quixtar' ('Amway'), = Reason v. Insanity

In 2007, a class action civil Lawsuit was filed against 'Amway' in California, under the federal Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organizations Act. Three directors and advisors of Pyramid Scheme Alert (including Robert Fitzpatrick) served as experts and consultants to the victims in this case. At first, 'Amway's' attorneys delayed proceedings (and incurred huge additional costs for the plaintiffs) by steadfastly pretending that the plaintiffs had no right to sue, because as the signatories of 'Amway' contracts, they had voluntarily accepted a 'binding (internal) arbitration agreement.' However, a  Federal court ruled that the arbitration process was unenforceable and unfair.  The judge said of 'Amway's' own parallel system of dispute resolution , 'the requirement …is substantively unconscionable, and exceedingly so,' and graphically described the contracts as a 'stacked deck' in 'Amway's' favour.

The suit (which was filed by the firm of Boies, Schiller & Flexner) was finally allowed to proceed. It charged that 'Amway' deliberately misled consumers with false income claims, sold them overpriced products and marketing materials, and secretly transferred the lost investments of virtually all new recruits to a tiny few at the top, year after year. The suit accused 'Amway' of operating an illegal pyramid scheme and it argued that 'Amway's' main revenue source is ultimately its own so-called 'sales force,' since the company has little retail sales and few retail customers. Thus, 'Amway's' real product is a fake 'business opportunity' generating huge illegal profits through the recruitment of ill-informed consumers to invest in a reality-inverting swindle promoted as a viable 'business opportunity.' The suit clearly explained that the overwhelming majority of 'Amway' recruits do not not make sales to the general public in an open market. Therefore, 'Amway' operates as a closed-market, dooming, by its 'endless chain' design, virtually all who join at the bottom, year after year.

This week it has been announced that 'Amway's' attorneys have halted the suit by agreeing to pay victims and cover litigation costs amounting to over $55 million in cash and goods. A judicially administered fund will pay refunds to two classes of victims, those who joined 'Amway' and quit within a year (usually paying only initial fees) and another group of those who stayed in longer (and lost much more). Another $50 million will be paid in other costs incurred by 'Amway' to meet the terms of the settlement. Under terms of the settlement, 'Amway' will also stop advertizing misleading income claims. In total, halting the suit will cost the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob just $155 millions  http://www.bsfllp.com/news/in_the_news/000144

In the usual terms of class action settlements, the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob have admitted no guilt. Laughably, however, they have volunteered to pay back a fraction of what they have stolen, lower the fixed-prices of their effectively-unsaleable wampum and increase the 'refund period' on it, pay all the victims's court costs and give them free wampum. 'Significant changes' are also to be made in the so-called 'tools business.'

To date, US federal law enforcement agents are nowhere to be seen, the reality-inverting 'Amway' propaganda machine is already in full swing and it's business as usual for the self-appointed rulers of the American kleptocracy, but what conclusions are the US authorities going to draw from Pokorny v. 'Quixtar' ('Amway')?

Indeed, in the light of this (and other) evidence, what possible justification could any democratic government put forward for allowing this gang of US-based racketeers, and their many copy-cats, to continue to steal from the public ?

David Brear (Copyright 2010)
Read This Story: Corporate Frauds Watch


BEWARE !!!
On March 26, 2009 the state of Wisconsin passed the most powerful regulatory door-to-door solicitation legislation in the country. The SB-4 legislation named after an 18 year old girl (Malinda Turvey) who was killed along with six other young kids while selling magazines door-to-door in Wisconsin on March 25, 1999, 'Malinda's Traveling Sales Crew Protection Act' will become active on April 10, 2010.

April 9, 2010
Information about Wisconsin’s New Law on Traveling Sales Crews
Section 103.34, Wisconsin Statutes
Read PDF Document
April 14, 2010
Link To Wisconsin: Traveling Sales Crew Disclosure Statement
Read PDF Disclosure Statement

Update: May 1, 2010
Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development: Traveling Sales Crew Documentation:

http://www.dwd.state.wi.us/er/labor_standards_bureau/traveling_sales_crew.htm

Chapter DWD 273 Wisconsin Administrative Code to regulate and register traveling sales crews, to register traveling sales crew workers and to enforce action:
DMPG PDF: Chapter DWD 273
Chapter DWD 273 Wisconsin Administrative Code

Section 103.34 Wisconsin Statutes requires the department to promulgate administrative rules:
CHAPTER 103 EMPLOYMENT REGULATIONS:
http://www.dwd.state.wi.us/er/labor_standards_bureau/traveling_sales_crew.htm
DMPG PDF: Section 103.34
http://www.legis.state.wi.us/statutes/Stat0103.pdf

Traveling Sales Crew Application For Registration Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development
Document Number: ERD-16789-E (erd_16789.pdf)
Description: This form is used to register for a door-to-door sales license.
DMPG PDF: Application For Registration: erd_16789.pdf
http://www.dwd.state.wi.us/dwd/forms/erd/erd_16789_e.htm

New Wisconsin Statute Protects Members Of Traveling Sales Crews




Get Your Free IGNORE THE DOOR Window Signs and Door Hangers Here
Display these signs and hangers to keep aggressive, obnoxious, and potentially dangerous door-to-door
sales agents away. Make sure they understand that you don't want them knocking at your door.
It's Your Right to say NO!
http://www.ignorethedoor.ca

NO SOLICITING
NO TRESPASSING

It is your right to say NO!
File a Complaint

As of May 6, 2009:
Over 300 Documented High Profile Criminal Felony Cases
With 88 Documented Deaths


Door-To-Door Sales Crimes
Wanted as of:


No one deserves to die or suffer or be abandoned or abused because they are selling magazines
or cleaner products or candies door to door,
BUT THEY ARE !

The Silent Killer of Teens, Young Adults and Homeowners
Fatalities As Of:

Facts Manipulated - The Truth Hidden
Child Abuse
Abandonment
Exploitation
Drugs
Sexual Assault
Rape
Traffic Deaths
Murder


The dirty business of sales by exploitation
without legal entanglement or federal regulation.
"No one shall be held in slavery or servitude, slavery and the slave trade
shall be prohibited in all their forms." Article 4, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948
http://www.un.org/Overview/rights.html
Slaves to the sale


"The world is a dangerous place to live in,
not because of those who do evil,
but because of those who watch and let it happen"


March 26, 2009: Wisconsin Passes 'Malinda's Act'

On March 24, 2009 Malinda's Traveling Sales Crew Protection Act (SB-4)
was passed by the Wisconsin Senate (27-6)
and by the Wisconsin House of Representatives (68-30)
On March 26, 2009 Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle signed the bill into law.

For more information please contact Wisconsin State Senator Jon Erpenbach

Web Site: http://www.legis.state.wi.us/senate/sen27/news
Senator Jon Erpenbach
8 South, State Capitol
P.O. Box 7882
Madison, WI 53707-7882
(608)266-6670 or toll-free (888) 549-0027
Fax: (608) 266-2508
E-mail: Sen.Erpenbach@legis.wi.gov

Read Press Release
More information on the new legislation can also be found on this web site.



Ads like these are killing children, teens,
young adults, and homeowners:


Knock Knock

ABSOLUTE FUN!
YES is in town and needs 18-
25 sharp & enthusiastic guys
& gals. If you are money
motivated and tired of fast
food or minimum wage, we
offer 2 week paid training.
All expenses paid. no experience
necessary. If you are out-
going and can start immedi-
ately. Please call 608-241-
4171 ask for Mr. Holmes
(Mon. thru Wed.)


These Kids Answered The Ad And Died On The Job !

Fatalities Of The Traveling Door-To -Door Sales Industry

Memorials

Door-to-Door Sales
Youth Awareness

Questions and Answers
Oklahoma Department of Labor:
Read This - PDF Format

How To Fight The Monster

Newspapers are by-and-large privatly held companies
and have the absolute right by law to refuse ads like these
from the crew managers and owners.
We highly recommend to all newspaper companies across the country
to IMMEDIATELY STOP! allowing these fly-by-night exploiters
to continue placing the above types of ads in your newspapers.
Besides the ever so slow federal legislation drastically needed to regulate
this fowl and immoral industry we have 4 ways to fight this evil monster:

1) Educate our children at all levels.
2) DO NOT allow our teens and young adults to work for a traveling sales crew.
3) DO NOT buy their magazine and/or soap products door-to-door.
4) Starve them of their work force by not allowing ads like these to be posted.

Newspapers Across The Country
It is your legal right and moral obligation to STOP these ads!

National Newspaper Search - www.newsvoyager.com/voyager.cfm

STOP DOOR-TO-DOOR SOLICITATION
CARE2petitionsite
NO 2 DOOR-TO-DOOR
Target: To stop solicitation in private areas such as houses, cell phones, and personal email Sponsored by:
NODOOR2DOOR.ORG

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/no-2-door-to-door

Sign Petition to Protect Mobile Sales Crew Workers
http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/Protect_Crews

Did You Know?
A teen American worker is injured on the job every two minutes,
and one teen dies from a workplace injury every five days.
Estimates based on National Institute for Safety and Health data
National Consumers League
NCL's 2007 Five Worst Teen Jobs
Timeline of Shame: Congress Fails to Act on Abusive Industry


They Will Not Be Forgotten
Janesville Wisconsin Van Crash Memorial March 2010

March 2010 Memorial


They Will Not Be Forgotten
Janesville Wisconsin Van Crash Memorial March 2011

March 2011 Memorial

Dedicated Memorial Parents Group
Dedicated Memorial

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Website Search Engines

Names Of Publishers, Clearinghouses, Door to Door Sales Companies and Crews:
Google Search: Companies + Keyword Search + Company List

Research:
The Direct Selling Association:
Amway
Kirby Vacuum
Southwestern company


Quixtar Cult Intervention: http://quixtarisacultintervention.blogspot.com
Research: Amway: http://www.amquix.info
Research: Southwestern Company/Kirby/Amway/DSA: Southwestern Company/Kirby/Amway/DSA
Research: SouthwesternCompanyTruth: http://www.southwesterncompanytruth.com
Research: Southwestern Testimonies: http://southwesterncompanytruth.com
Research: youbyte on Southwestern Company: http://www.youbyte.com
Research: Kirby Vacuum Crimes: Kirby Vacuum Crimes
Research: Pyramid Scheme Alert: http://www.pyramidschemealert.org
Research: Corporate Frauds Watch: http://www.corporatefraudswatch.blogspot.com

Wisconsin Legislation 2009: SB-4
Wisconsin Legislation 2007: SB-80
Wisconsin Legislation 2006: SB-251

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Letters To The MPA and Publishers
Letters To The MPA and Publishers


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DMPG Featured Article - July 17, 2008
Houston Press - Houston, Texas
What Mainstream Publishers Don't Want You to Know About Door-to-Door Magazine Sales
That kid at your door with a magazine order form will tell you a story --
part sad, part hopeful. The truth will be infinitely worse than you can imagine.

July 17, 2008
By Craig Malisow
Houston Press
published: July 17, 2008
Read This Story

DMPG Featured Article - Febuary 21, 2007
New York NY
For Youths, A Grim Tour on Magazine Crews

Febuary 21, 2007
By IAN URBINA
New York Times
Read This Story
New York Times:
Life on a Magazine Crew

View This Video

DMPG Featured Article - August 8, 2006
The Portland Tribune - Portland Oregon
Subscription for disaster
PART I: Door-to-door magazine sales crews ensnare young, vulnerable

August 8,2006
By Todd Murphy
The Portland Tribune
Read This Story

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WANTED
Do You Have Any Info. On These Crimes?


Jeremy A. Holmes
Restitution Violations
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Location: Rock County, Wisconsin
Date: 06/17/12





Attempted Murder
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Location: Austin, Texas
Date: 12/14/11






Rape
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Location: Vancouver, Washington
Date: 10/28/11






Sexual Assault
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Location: Bisbee, Arizona
Date: 9/14/11






Fraud
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Location: Denver, Colorado
Date: 04/14/10






Breaking and Entering, Forgery, Theft
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Location: Siloam Springs, Arkansas
Date: 02/18/10




Choan Alan Lane
Restitution Violations
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Location: Rock County, Wisconsin
Date: 05/10/08



Unsolved Attempted Rape
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Location: Weston, Missouri
Date: 09/26/07
   


Unsolved Murder

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Location: Memphis, Tennessee
Date: 11/26/06




Sex Offender Escapes Courthouse
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Location: Burlington, Vermont
Date: 08/22/06




Unsolved Rape   



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Location: Houston, Texas
Date: 6/16/05



Unsolved Murder





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Location: Cerritos, Calif.
Date: 11/19/04



Unsolved
Rape



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Location: Cobb County, Georgia
Date: 07/28/03



Unsolved Murder





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Location: Saratoga County, NY
Date: August 2003


Unsolved Attempted Murder
Sexual Assault

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Location: Louisville, Kentucky
Date: 05/23/01




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Civil Lawsuit
June 19, 2006
Civil Lawsuit Filed Against Vincent Pitts
President of National Field Selling Association
NFSA

A civil lawsuit has been filed against Vincent Pitts (president of the National Field Selling Association) and owner of Palmetto Marketting, Inc. (palmettomarketinginc.com) in response to the brutal beating and rape of a 50 year-old Menomonie, Wisconsin Woman on July 1, 2005.

STATE OF WISCONSIN
CIRCUIT COURT
DUNN COUNTY

Ms.x
Menomonie, WI 54751

Plaintiff,

Wisconsin Department of Justice
Crime Victim Compensation Program
17 West Main Street
P.O. Box 7951
Madison, WI 53708-7951
and
Group Health Cooperative of Eau Claire County
2503 North Hillcrest Parkway
Altoona, WI 54720
Subrogated Parties.
Case No:
Case Codes: 30106, 30107

vs.

Vincent Pitts, an Individual
7522 Wiles Road, Suite 112
Coral Springs, FL 33067
Palmetto, Marketing, Inc., a Florida Corporation
7522 Wiles Road, Suite 112
Coral Springs, FL 33067

Sunshine Subscription Agency, Inc., a Florida Corporation
7522 Wiles Road, Suite 112
Coral Springs, FL 33067

Robert Cecil, an Individual
7522 Wiles Road, Suite 112
Coral Springs, FL 33067
Tina Michelle Cecil, an Individual
7522 Wiles Road, Suite 112
Coral Springs, FL 33067

Gemini Subscriptions, Inc., a Florida Corporation
7522 Wiles Road, Suite 112
Coral Springs, FL 33067

Brandon Green, an Individual
Dunn County Jail
615 Stokke Parkway
Menomonie, WI 54751

Read The Criminal Complaint Againsit Brandon Lee Green
Read The Civil Lawsuit Against Vincent Pitts




Civil RICO

January 7, 2005

SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
COUNTY OF ORANGE
CENTRAL JUSTICE CENTER


DANIEL WILKINSON, an individual;
STEPHANIE LAURITO, an individual; and
MARCUS HENKHAUS, an individual, on behalf
of themselves and all others similarly situated,
Plaintiffs,
v.
HY-PRO CHEMICAL PRODUCTS, INC., a
Texas corporation; EDGE SALES, INC., a Texas
corporation; JOSEPH w. EDGE, an individual;
and DOES 1 through 100, inclusive,
Defendants.

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
AND INJUNCTIVE RELIEF





August 19, 2004
If It's Not One Pitch, It's Another

Do Not Call List Boosts Door-to-Door Sales
You could call it a knock-knock joke on consumers.
Homeowners irritated by mealtime marketing calls
may have inadvertently brought back the door-to-door salesman.

BY TOM DURANTE
Long Island Press
longislandpress.com
Read This Story

May 24, 2004
Pitts Sales Sues Inside Edition

For Hidden Camera/Racketeering

Read Federal Complaint - PDF Format

May 17, 2004
Knock Knock

Desperate, young magazine peddlers are out there,
roaming America in search of the next sucker.
Have you been conned?
By Rupal Parekh
The New York Review of Magazines

Read This Story

April 4, 2004
Former magazine seller shares stories of life on the road
By BRIGID O'MALLEY
Naples Daily News
Read This Story

April 4, 2004
Traveling sales crews alarm law enforcement agencies
By BRIGID O'MALLEY
Naples Daily News
Read This Story

Febuary 3, 2004
EXPLOITED YOUNGSTERS SELLING MAGAZINES
DOOR-TO-DOOR MAKE SALES COMPANIES RICH:
AN INSIDE EDITION INVESTIGATION

Youngsters abuse drugs while driving in vans,
party in motels every night,
and are exploited by managers
Inside Edition

Read This Story

January 4, 2004
When crime knocks

Door-to-door sales industry has few regulations regarding employees
Knoxville News-Sentinel

Read This Story

June 30, 2003
The hazards of door-to-door sales

Solicitors are often young people working in unfamiliar places.
philly.com
By Dwayne Campbell and Amie Parnes
Inquirer Staff Writers

Read This Story

__________________________________________

* * *Traveling Sales Crews Criminal Chronology * * *
A History Of Tragedy And Carnage

Innocent Children, Teens, Young Adults, And Homeowners
Are Maimed, Raped, Robbed, And Murdered
As The Door To Door Traveling Sales Industry
Continues To Profit.

__________________________________________



2005


July 7, 2005
Who's there ?
A troubling case raises questions about solicitors
By KEN WOOD
Sun Newspapers
Read Complete Story
Data Source:
Menlo Park California Police
Case Number: 040121071
Twinsberg Ohio Police Department
Case Number: 0414626
Synopsis:
Derrick Todd Jones two time convicted sexual offender
selling magazines door to door.
Unified Stars
Go Doers
American Community Services, Inc.
Selling Magazines Door to Door




2004


August 12, 2004
Man admits he molested 9-year-old El Cajon girl
Maurice Andre Thomas Sexually Assaults 9 Year Old Girl

Data Source: El Cajon Police Report
Court No.: CE238576
Synopsis: Defendant is a traveling salesman charged
with nine felony counts including child molestation
of a 9-year-old El Cajon girl in her apartment on 3/16/04.
Victim says she was forced into her apartment,
held against her will and sexually assaulted.
Services Unlimited Plus
Selling Magazines Door to Door


June 15, 2004
Traveling Magazine Salesman Azriel Rashad Bridge
Murders Shirley Reuter.
Shirley Reuter was found beaten and stabbed on the floor
of her suburban New Jersey home.
New Jersey murder has Michiana ties

Bridge is being held on a $500,000 bond,
has outstanding warrents in Illinois,
and is also being charged with robbery.

June 15, 2004
Man Did Not Undergo Background Check
Chicago Murder Suspect Had Previous Warrant

CHICAGO -- Shirley Reuter, 77, was found beaten and stabbed to death
on the floor of her New Jersey home, and on Monday 18-year-old
Azriel Bridge, of Chicago, was arraigned in court, charged with her murder.

Phoenix Imagery, Inc.
American Community Services
Selling Magazines Door to Door


April 21, 2004
Man charged with murder in magazine saleswoman's death
Read Complete Story

RAPID CITY -- A 41-year-old Rapid Valley man was charged early Tuesday
with murdering a 21-year-old woman who came to his home last week to sell magazines.
Neil Frame, 3030 Gypsey Road, faces first-degree murder charges in the death of Kristina Moore
of Lancaster, Calif. Moore disappeared Wednesday evening while working for a door-to-door
magazine crew in the Rapid Valley area where Frame lived.
Moore's body was found Friday morning in a field near Hermosa.
During a news conference Tuesday morning, city, county and state law-enforcement
officers said autopsy results showed that Moore had suffered a blow to the head but
died of asphyxiation from strangulation.
When she was found Friday, she still had a plastic zip tie around her neck,
Pennington County State's Attorney Glenn Brenner said.
There also were indications on the body that a stun gun might have been used, Brenner said.

Imperial Sales
Liberator Sales
Pacific Coast Clearing Services
Selling Magazines Door to Door


2003


September 14, 2003
"Jones said he worked 80 hours a week,
was cheated out of commissions and worked
in a culture of drug use and violence."
Magazine sales work ends in tale of terror
Great Lakes Circulation
Selling Magazines Door to Door


June 15, 2003
Fifteen people were crammed into the 1992 Chevrolet Suburban
when it rolled over on a lonely stretch of U.S. Highway 666
about five miles north of Shiprock, N.M., just before noon
last Sept. 20. Two teenage girls were killed.
Deaths nothing new for sales crews

Atlantic Circulation Inc.
Selling Magazines Door to Door




2002


July 29, 2002
Magazine Sales Company Settles
With Murder Victim's Family For $1 Million
Diane Cooper Murdered

Diane Cooper's daughters Monday morning
signed a $1 million settlement of their lawsuit
against Palmetto Marketing, Inc., the Florida-based
company whose employee murdered Cooper in May of 2000.
Cooper was murdered in her Fulton home by Matthew Maxson,
a door-to-door magazine salesman.
Police believe Cooper had let the young man into her home.
She was stabbed with a knife and with a broken bottle.

DeGeorge Sales
Palmetto Marketing
Selling Magazines Door to Door


September 03, 2002
Door To Door Magazine Salesman Michael Roland Poissant
Charged With Two Counts of Rape, Kidnapping,
Abduction And Aggravated burglary.
Salesman allegedly rapes 12-year-old
Man was selling magazines door-to-door


Suspect drops plea
Salesman accused of raping young girl decides to face jury

Palmetto Marketing
Selling Magazines Door to Door


June 26, 2002
Door-To-Door Salesman Accused Of Rape
Man Entered Home After Asking For Water, Police Say
Deon Bowens Rapes 14 Year Old Girl
PITTSBURGH -- A 14-year-old girl was allegedly raped
while babysitting a 1-year-old in Dormont.
Austin Diversified Products
Selling Cleaner Products Door to Door


2001


August 22, 2001
Traveling Magazine Salesman Rodger Eric Broadway
Rapes And Murders Knoxville Tennessee Woman.
Police capture man charged with murder of local woman
The Real Deal
American Community Services
Selling Magazines Door to Door


April 19, 2001
Two young Douglas County Colorado girls ages 12 and 13
are sexually assaulted by traveling magazine salesmen
Dwayne Taylor and Maurice Rogers
Two Clarke Farms teens sexually assaulted by magazine salesmen

Magazine salesman convicted of assault
American Community Services
Selling Magazines Door to Door


2000


June 05, 2000
Five Traveling Door To Door Magazine Salesmen
Brutally Beat Brett D. King To Death.
Allen County Indiana Coroner determines that Brett D. King died
as a result of blunt force trauma to the head.
Magazine sales: No fun in sun
Teens, young adults often trapped in web of drugs, death


Youthful salesman's long regret
Convicted of murder, he now wishes he had listened to his mother

New River Subscription Services
Selling Magazines Door to Door


March 18, 2000
Frustrated Families Confronting Publishers
Sales crews still dying as reform stalls
The Death Toll Climbs
World Wide Circulation
Palmetto Marketing
Selling Magazines Door to Door


1999


August 7, 1999
Blame Publishers, Not Young Salespeople
Article By The Director Of Parent Watch


May 6, 1999
Toxic chemicals demonstrated orally by young, eager sales force
The Examiner On-Line
By Jerry Jordan
Read This Story
Hy-Pro Chemical
Joseph Edge
Selling Cleaner Products Door to Door


April 29, 1999
Rock ‘n roll’ sales job: Drugs and booze abound
The Examiner On-Line
By Jerry Jordan
Read This Story
Hy-Pro Chemical
Joseph Edge
Selling Cleaner Products Door to Door


March 25, 1999
Seven Die And Five Are Maimed For Life
Traveling Magazine Sales Crew Van Crash
Janesville Wisconsin - March 25, 1999
Youth Employment Services/Subscriptions Plus, Inc.
New Company Names:
Services Unlimited Plus
Subscription Services
National Magazine Services
CIRCULATION I, INC
CIRCULATION II, INC
National Community Clearing, INC
PRAETORIAN
PLATINUM SALES
PARAGON SALES
MAJESTIC SALES

Selling Magazines Door to Door


1998


November 8, 1998
DeMers was critically injured and not breathing
Beaten Near Death By
Jeremy Delano Kincaid and James Larry Ransom
In the shadow of violence
Assault occured on August 12, 1998
American Community Services
Selling Magazines Door to Door


March 6, 1998
WOMAN RAPIST SENTENCED TO 6 YEARS:

Abstract (Article Summary)
When Bridgette Latrice Brown, 23, knocked on the door of a Seattle woman's home
and told her she was selling magazines to help get kids off the streets,
the woman believed her. But when Brown asked the woman to take her to a motel,
then grabbed a knife and threatened to take her life . . . the woman was shocked.

"I have never seen a stranger case," said King County Senior Deputy Prosecutor
Kathy Goater, who heads the special assault unit. "A forcible rape of a woman by
another woman? It rarely happens. In the context of a strange rape, I've never
seen one like this before."

RONALD K. FITTEN.
Seattle Times. Seattle, Wash.: Mar 6, 1998.
Seattle Times Archive Link:
WOMAN RAPIST SENTENCED TO 6 YEARS
Selling Magazines Door to Door



1997


October 26, 1997
Friend's death in crash still disturbs ex-seller
From the Journal Sentinel
Meg Kissinger
Appeared in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Aug. 1, 1999.

Read The Complete Story

Angel Trevino is haunted by the memories of holding her friend
who lay dying along the highway.
The two had been on a crew together for eight months
at All-Star Promotions, a magazine subscription
sales company based in Pilot Point, Texas. They had been working
in Destin, Fla., and had left just after midnight Oct. 26, 1997, on
their way back to Texas. It had begun to rain as they were driving
through Jackson, Miss., at about 9 that morning. The van swerved as the
driver tried to pass another car, and rolled off the road,
throwing Amber Stankovich, 19, onto the pavement. Trevino's legs were crushed,
but she was conscious. She dragged herself through the shattered windshield.
The four others in the crash were shaken, but none was as bad off as Stankovich.
Trevino would tell an investigator for Parent Watch, an industry watchdog:
"We couldn't find Amber, because she was in a ditch. I finally saw her and wanted to go to her,
but there was this barbed wire in the way. The ambulance people brought her up and put her next to me.
They said she had a heartbeat but wasn't breathing. I started freaking out, but they told me to talk
to her and try to bring her back, that sometimes that helps."

All Star Promotions
Selling Magazines Door to Door


1996


September 5, 1996
Michael W. Grinnell and Jacob R. Russell
Beat To Death
Billy Joe Gilbert and Adam Chesnek
Traveling Salesmen Murdered
"Victims refused to participate in a robbery"
All Star Promotions
Selling Magazines Door to Door


1995


Dec 10, 1995
ELDERLY WOMAN ATTACKED BY SALESMAN, POLICE SAY
Orlando Sentinel; Orlando, Fla.; Dec 10, 1995;
See Article Abstracts: Dec. 10, 1995

A magazine salesman revisited the apartment of an 88-year-old woman
who turned down a subscription and attacked her, police said Saturday.
Samuel A. Erby, 20, was arrested a few minutes after the assault Wednesday.
He was in jail Saturday, charged with injury to an elderly person.
Police said the salesman tried to suffocate the woman with her scarf.
Then he tried to smother her with his hand as she fought him and screamed.
He ran away and a neighbor called 911.
Police found the woman lying on the floor near her front door.
She was treated for cuts and bruises.

Selling Magazines Door to Door

Sept. 29, 1995
JUDGE SENTENCES MAN IN KILLING
GUNMAN GETS 100-YEAR TERM FOR 1995 SHOOTING
Chanuncey Watts
a.k.a. Chauncey Whitehead

Additional Charges:
Criminal Attempt To Commit Murder,
First-Degree Assault
Criminal Use Of A Firearm
AND
Aug 13, 1998
SUSPECT CHARGED IN HOTEL SHOOTING
Chanuncey Whitehair
In Crowd
Chapel Sales, Inc
Selling Magazines Door to Door


July 15, 1995
Firm illegally selling magazines door-to-door here settles lawsuit
Janet Kelley; Lancaster New Era. Lancaster, Pa.; July 15, 1995;
See Article Abstracts: July 15, 1995

A Washington business and its president have paid $5,000 to settle accusations
stemming from their involvement in the illegal door-to-door sale of magazine
subscriptions in southcentral Pennsylvania.
The defendants also agree to make restitution both to consumers who didn't get the
subscriptions they paid for and to sales personnel who didn't get promised salaries and bonuses.
A consent petition filed this week in Lancaster County Court identifies the defendants
as NCS Corp., Gig Harbor, Wash., and its president, William Gillespie.
In August 1992, the attorney general's office sued NCS and several other corporations.
Among other things, the lawsuit alleged that the defendants:
Charged consumers a $7 "processing fee" that wasn't adequately disclosed or explained.
Failed to properly register with the state.

NCS Corp., Gig Harbor, Wash.
Selling Magazines Door to Door


1994


June 23, 1994
SALESMAN IS CHARGED IN BOY'S STRANGULATION
First Degree Intentional Homicide
Child Abduction
Times - Picayune; New Orleans, La.;
See Article Abstracts: Jume 30, 1994

A door-to-door salesman is charged with strangling a 9-year-old boy
whose nude body was found a block away from his suburban home.
John James Smith, 19, of Carol Stream, Ill., was charged Monday in Circuit
Court with first-degree intentional homicide and child abduction in the
death of Jesse Hubatch of Franklin.

Hy-Pro Chemical
Hy-Pro Cleaner

Selling Cleaner Products Door to Door


For Further Information On Hy-Pro Chemical See:
Slaves to the sale


1993


November 4, 1993
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
v.
RICHARD EUGENE CAGLE and MICHAEL PAUL SCOTT
First-Degree Felony Murder
Robbery With A Dangerous Weapon
Conspiracy To Commit Robbery
With A Dangerous Weapon
MICHAEL PAUL SCOTT
Sun Circulation
Selling Magazines Door to Door


March 3, 1993
Whittier Heights Stung By Assaults Of 4-Year-Old

A traveling magazine salesman is accused of luring a 4-year-old boy
into a restroom last Thursday at Whittier Elementary School and sexually
assaulting him. The suspect was arrested the next day and has been
charged with first-degree rape of a child.

Alex Tizon
Seattle Times
Seattle Times Archive Link:
Whittier Heights Stung By Assaults Of 4-Year-Old
Florida Based Magazine Sales Company
Selling Magazines Door to Door



1992


1992
Slaves to the sale
Nancy Stancill


Read these 'award winning' articles by Nancy Stancill.

The 'Slaves to the sales series' reveal a shocking glimpse into the dark and murky past of the ‘traveling door to door sales’ industry and provides an excellent history of an unregulated and immoral enterprise that continues to exploit young adults for profit.


Slaves to the sale


June 21, 1992
MAGAZINE SALES JOBS CALLED SLAVERY
TEENS REPORT TOILING 60 HOURS A WEEK FOR $7 A DAY IN PAY

Patroit News, Harrisburg PA.
By: George Weigel
Credit: NEWHOUSE NEWS SERVICE

Article Abstract:
"Travel. Make lots of money."
Those words in a newspaper help-wanted ad caught the eye of 19-year-old
Maxine Preston of Luzerne County, Pa.
Things sounded so good when Preston went for an interview at a local hotel
that she agreed to leave that same night on what she thought was the perfect job.
What followed was the worst three months of her life. Preston says she was taught
to lie to customers to make sales. She found herself knocking on doors six days a week
from 9 a.m. to as late as 2 in the morning.
MAGAZINE SALES JOBS CALLED SLAVERY
American Marketing Network
Selling Magazines Door to Door


1991


January 22, 1991
DOOR-TO-DOOR MAGAZINE SELLER JAILED AFTER RAPE
SCOTT HERHOLD, Mercury News Staff Writer
San Jose Mercury News (CA)

Article Abstract:
A 23-year-old Mississippi man who sold magazines door to door was in custody
at Santa Clara County Jail Thursday after being arrested on suspicion of
raping a woman in East San Jose.
Police said the man forced his way into the residence after the woman
-- described as being in her 20s -- opened her front door. Officers
would say only that the rape occurred about 3 p.m. Tuesday near White
Road and Cunningham Road. The man choked the victim and kicked her, raped
her and then fled out the rear of her house, police said.
Sgt. Greg Trapp said an officer responding to the call recognized the
description as resembling a magazine salesman in the same neighborhood.
Trapp said investigators then interviewed neighbors, who were able to
describe the man and the identity card he used to sell magazines.
After checking with the city's permit division, the police determined
that the man worked for American Community Services Inc.,
which sells a variety of magazines.
American Community Services
Selling Magazines Door to Door


1990


July 13, 1990
Magaizne salesman Darrin Whitman is found guilty
of murdering Bernice Clark.
See Article Abstracts
July 22, 1990
REGULATION OF SOLICITORS VIRTUALLY NIL OFFICIALS
REASSESS LOCAL LAWS IN WAKE OF WOBURN KILLING
January 18, 1991
Salesman found guilty of Woburn murder

Bernice Clark, 76, was found stabbed to death in her Senator Road home July 13.
Hours later, Darrin Whitman, an employee of an Indiana-based soliciting company,
was arrested by state and Woburn police and charged with the killing.
A Middlesex Superior Court jury deliberated approximately two hours before
finding that Darrin Whitman, 24, had killed Clark, a retired beautician,
with deliberate premeditation.
Whitman was one of a large group of young people brought into the
Woburn area last summer by American Community Services of Michigan City,
Ind., to sell magazines and had sold a subscription to Clark earlier in the day.
Evidence showed he later came back, made Clark undress and lie on the bed
before stabbing her four times, once in the heart.

American Community Services
Selling Magazines Door to Door



1989


July 6, 1989
Bakersfield, California
John Lee Holt rapes and murders a 65-year-old woman
who told him to leave.

The California Supreme Court has upheld the death penalty
given a door-to-door salesman who was convicted of murdering
a 65-year-old woman who told him to leave.
A Kern County Superior Court jury convicted John Lee Holt of robbery,
rape and murder in the 1989 incident, and the state court upheld the
decision in this automatic appeal.

venus.soci.niu.edu
Rick Halperin AI-Texas
Posted May 19, 1997
John Lee Holt
Austin Diversified Products
Selling Household Cleaning Products Door to Door



1988


July 5, 1988
Carl M. McClellan Convicted Of First Degree Felony Rape
American Fork, Utah
McClellan was found guilty of raping
a 19 year-old deaf American Fork woman.

See Un-Posted News Article: August 31, 1988 - SALESMAN GUILTY OF AM.F. RAPE
Utah Dept. of Corrections:
Sex Offender Registry

Door-To-Door Salesman Selling Cleaner



1987


April 7, 1987
ABUSES BY DOOR-TO-DOOR SALES OUTFITS ALLEGED
DateLine: Washington
Media General News Service
By Steve Goldberg
Read This Story
Mecca Enterprises Inc.
Selling Magazines and Cleaner Products Door to Door


1985


December 22, 1985
SALES FIRMS ACCUSED OF EXPLOITING YOUTHS
Seattle Times; Seattle, Wash.; Dec 22, 1985;
DateLine: Portland
AP
Read This Story
Selling Magazines Door to Door

1984


June 17, 1984
Magazine Sales Enmesh Youths In Murky World
Magazine Sales Enmesh Youths In Murky World - Morning Call

Circulation Builders of America, Magnet International,
National Circulating Co., National Publishers Circulation House, Inc.,
North American Book Sales, Publishers Circulation,
Solar Circulation, Stargazer,
TICOA (Trans International Clearinghouse of America) Corp.,
Trade Tech International, U.S. Publishers,
U.S. Publishers Circulation, Inc.,
Youth of America,
Jo Edge
Selling Magazines Door to Door

1982


July 25, 1982
Suspect In Murder Had Criminal Past
View as PDF File
Aggravated Murder
Rape
Burglary
On August 19, 1982, David W. Steffen talked his way into
the home of a 19-year old Cincinnati woman. David Steffen,
a young door-to-door salesman, was selling a cleaner
product which was packaged by Hy-Pro Chemical.
The 19-year-old Cincinnati woman allowed
him in to give her a demonstration.
The Cincinnati woman watched as Steffen scrubbed the tile
under the sink.
When he stood up, Steffen brushed against her breast.
She started to scream. Steffen warned her to stop but she
continued. Steffen then beat her severely, ran into the
kitchen, found a paring knife and returned to the bathroom
where he raped her and cut her throat.
Steffen beat her, broke her nose, choked her and slashed
her throat 4 times. He left the home after raping her,
leaving her body for her mother to find.


For Further Information On Hy-Pro Chemical See:
Slaves to the sale
Hy-Pro Chemical
Selling Cleaner Products Door To Door


1978


March 8, 1978
Coming Out of the Shadows
Linda Bright's Murder

Selling Magazines


**** Archive ****

1964 - 1987 Archive

1964-1987
MEDIA COVERAGE
DOOR-TO-DOOR TRAVELING SALES CREWS
Media Coverage 1964 - 1987
Posted 03/12/05


Archives


August 17, 1958
Fugitive couple attack LAPD officer, August 17, 1958
The Daily Mirror
Larry Harnisch Reflects on L.A.'s Crime and Cops From 50 Years Ago
Read This Story
LA Times Blog
Posted 08/18/08


December 15, 1953
Tales from the Morgue
1953: Sheriff Jails Itinerant Salesmen
El Paso Times and MediaNews Group
Sheriff W.O. (Jimmy) Hicks Tuesday announced operations of three sets of itinerant magazine salesmen had been halted in El Paso County recently, and warned citizens of the County to be cautious before buying subscriptions or anything else from
out-of-state promotion crews.
Read This Story
El Paso Times
Posted by Trish Long at 12:11 PM
September 23, 2009
Posted on this website: 09/26/09


June 18, 1951
Slamming the Door
The Green River Ordinance
Time Magazine On-Line Archive
Posted on this website: 04/17/05


June 6, 1948
Buy – or Else
Detroit Free Press
Detroit Free Press
Free Press on June 6, 1948
Buy – or Else
New York – (U.P.) – A Chicago magazine salesman,
Roy Simpson, was held on charges of stabbing a woman who refused to buy a subscription.


Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Robs Woman in Her Home
Magazine Salesman Forces His Way In, Beats, Gags and Binds Victim
Monday, June 6, 1938
Robs Woman in Her Home
Magazine Salesman Forces His Way In, Beats, Gags and Binds Victim
THE MILWAUKEE JOURNAL
Monday, June 6, 1938
Mrs. Bernice Troupiotes, 31, of 741 N. 14th st. was bound and gagged Monday by a magazine salesman who forced who forced his way into her apartment. He escaped with $50 from her purse. She was found two hours after the robber's departure by a roomer, Miss Selma Markraf, who returned from work.

Mrs. Troupiotes told police the man rang the bell about 10:45 a.m. He had just launched into his sales talk, she said, when she told him she didn't want to subscribe for any magazines, and started to close the door. He put out his foot, preventing her from closing it, then shoved her back into the apartment and followed inside.

Stuffs Towel In Mouth

Then he seized her, threw her to the floor and stuffed a towel which he had taken from the bathroom into her mouth. He next went into the kitchen, Mrs. Troupiotes said, removed the cord from an ironer and used it to bind her hands and feet. In her efforts to free herself before Miss Markraf found her, Mrs. 'Troupiotes' wrists were lacerated. She also suffered a bruise on the head where the man struck her when he first entered the apartment. She was treated at the county emergency hospital.

Takes Cash From Purse

The robber dumped the contents of Mrs. 'Troupiotes' on the dining room table but took only the cash it contained. Mrs. Troupiotes described her assailant as about 35, slim, with black wavy hair and a mustache. He was well dressed.
THE MILWAUKEE JOURNAL
Original URL: http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1499&dat=19380606&id=faxQAAAAIBAJ&sjid=GyIEAAAAIBAJ&pg=3711,3156465
Read This Story
Milwaukee, Wisconsin


Jan. 5-8, 1927
Magazine Salesman Chargerd With Murder
SHELBY COUNTY, TN - Newspapers
SALESMAN IS CHARGED WITH SLAYING NEGRO--R.L.GILMORE,33
SHELBY COUNTY, TN - Newspapers
The Memphis Press Scimitar Jan. 5-8, 1927


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Pokorny v. 'Quixtar' ('Amway'), = Reason v. Insanity

DMPG Info:
Door-to-Door Sales Company:
'Quixtar' ('Amway')
Amway is a member of the Direct Sales Association
end DMPG Info
November 3, 2010
Pokorny v. 'Quixtar' ('Amway'), = Reason v. Insanity
David Brear (Copyright 2010)
Posted with Corporate Frauds Watch
http://corporatefraudswatch.blogspot.com
Pokorny v. 'Quixtar' ('Amway'), = Reason v. Insanity

In 2007, a class action civil Lawsuit was filed against 'Amway' in California, under the federal Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organizations Act. Three directors and advisors of Pyramid Scheme Alert (including Robert Fitzpatrick) served as experts and consultants to the victims in this case. At first, 'Amway's' attorneys delayed proceedings (and incurred huge additional costs for the plaintiffs) by steadfastly pretending that the plaintiffs had no right to sue, because as the signatories of 'Amway' contracts, they had voluntarily accepted a 'binding (internal) arbitration agreement.' However, a  Federal court ruled that the arbitration process was unenforceable and unfair.  The judge said of 'Amway's' own parallel system of dispute resolution , 'the requirement …is substantively unconscionable, and exceedingly so,' and graphically described the contracts as a 'stacked deck' in 'Amway's' favour.

The suit (which was filed by the firm of Boies, Schiller & Flexner) was finally allowed to proceed. It charged that 'Amway' deliberately misled consumers with false income claims, sold them overpriced products and marketing materials, and secretly transferred the lost investments of virtually all new recruits to a tiny few at the top, year after year. The suit accused 'Amway' of operating an illegal pyramid scheme and it argued that 'Amway's' main revenue source is ultimately its own so-called 'sales force,' since the company has little retail sales and few retail customers. Thus, 'Amway's' real product is a fake 'business opportunity' generating huge illegal profits through the recruitment of ill-informed consumers to invest in a reality-inverting swindle promoted as a viable 'business opportunity.' The suit clearly explained that the overwhelming majority of 'Amway' recruits do not not make sales to the general public in an open market. Therefore, 'Amway' operates as a closed-market, dooming, by its 'endless chain' design, virtually all who join at the bottom, year after year.

This week it has been announced that 'Amway's' attorneys have halted the suit by agreeing to pay victims and cover litigation costs amounting to over $55 million in cash and goods. A judicially administered fund will pay refunds to two classes of victims, those who joined 'Amway' and quit within a year (usually paying only initial fees) and another group of those who stayed in longer (and lost much more). Another $50 million will be paid in other costs incurred by 'Amway' to meet the terms of the settlement. Under terms of the settlement, 'Amway' will also stop advertizing misleading income claims. In total, halting the suit will cost the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob just $155 millions  http://www.bsfllp.com/news/in_the_news/000144

In the usual terms of class action settlements, the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob have admitted no guilt. Laughably, however, they have volunteered to pay back a fraction of what they have stolen, lower the fixed-prices of their effectively-unsaleable wampum and increase the 'refund period' on it, pay all the victims's court costs and give them free wampum. 'Significant changes' are also to be made in the so-called 'tools business.'

To date, US federal law enforcement agents are nowhere to be seen, the reality-inverting 'Amway' propaganda machine is already in full swing and it's business as usual for the self-appointed rulers of the American kleptocracy, but what conclusions are the US authorities going to draw from Pokorny v. 'Quixtar' ('Amway')?

Indeed, in the light of this (and other) evidence, what possible justification could any democratic government put forward for allowing this gang of US-based racketeers, and their many copy-cats, to continue to steal from the public ?

David Brear (Copyright 2010)
Read This Story: Corporate Frauds Watch



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Updated: 05/29/10
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They Will Not Be Forgotten
Janesville Wisconsin Van Crash Memorial March 2010

March 2010 Memorial


Letter to our readers 02/28/10


NO SOLICITING
It is your right to say NO!


DMPG: A Blast From The Past:

Time Magazine:
The Press: Slamming the Door
Monday, Jun. 18, 1951
Up to a housewife's door in Alexandria, La. one day in 1949 stepped Magazine Salesman Jack H. Breard to sell combination subscriptions to several magazines (Saturday Evening Post, Newsweek and Ladies Home Journal). But Breard was really trying to get arrested, to test a city ordinance forbidding door-to-door visits without prior permission of householders. Obligingly, Alexandria's police arrested Salesman Breard, and he was ordered to pay a $25 fine or go to jail for 30 days.

Three associations, representing door-to-door sellers of everything from Fuller Brushes to encyclopedias, joined with Breard to appeal his case, since the law dealt a heavy blow to the house-to-house selling of $1.4 billion in consumer goods each year, including some 10,000,000 magazine subscriptions. They wanted to test the constitutionality of the "Green River" ordinance which over 400 U.S. communities have adopted since Green River, Wyo. passed the first one in 1931 to slam the door on solicitors. Breard's lawyers charged that his arrest violated both freedom of the press and free speech. Last week, by 6-to-3, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled otherwise, affirmed the right of any community to restrict door-to-door selling. Justice Stanley Reed, speaking for the majority, wrote: "Subscriptions may be made by anyone interested in receiving the magazines without the annoyances of house-to-house canvassing."

http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,814989,00.html


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March 28, 2009 Janesville, Wisconsin Memorial Page

Madison, Wisconsin
Governor Doyle Signs Malinda’s Act
March 26, 2009
UPDATE: Governor Doyle Signs Malinda’s Act
NBC 15 TV
nbc15.com
UPDATED Thursday, March 26, 2009--9:00 p.m.
Today Governor Jim Doyle signed into law legislation that will protect traveling sales crews from abuse by employers.

On March 25, 1999, seven young people were killed when their van crashed in Janesville.

They were part of a traveling sales crew.

18-year-old Malinda Turvey was one of the seven killed.

Today, her father was on hand to see Governor Doyle sign Malinda's Act.

" There is no closure. "

About a decade ago Phil Ellenbecker's daughter, Malinda, and six of her co-workers were killed when the van they were in crashed.

Five other people were seriously injured.

They were working for a subscription sales company in Iowa.

At that time the traveling sales industry was mostly unregulated.

" Up until now there has never been any real state or federal legislation or regulation whatsoever."

But that changed today when Governor Doyle signed Malinda's Act.

" This law, among other things, will help protect people from abuses from disreputable employers."

The new law requires employers who use traveling sales crews in Wisconsin or who recruit here to register with the Department of Workforce Development.

All vehicles used by crew members have to be certified for all safety codes and workers have to be paid on a semi-monthly basis for wages earned.

" This is the most extraordinary experience I've ever had. "

Ellenbecker played a pivotal role in this legislation's development and was at the capitol to see it signed into law one day after the ten-year anniversary of Malinda's death.

" I am so grateful for all the hard work of everyone. And the final outcome is exactly what we wanted. "

Ellenbecker says he's tired after this ten year fight.

So he's going to take some time off.

But he says he isn't done just yet.

"There's 49 more states and we have to make sure that they are protected too."

Ellenbecker says he wants other states to adopt similar legislation.

He also says he wants some sort of **federal regulation when it comes to the traveling sales industry.

Ellenbecker is in the process of gathering support from other lawmakers to make that happen.

_____________________________________________________

UPDATED Thursday, March 26, 2009 --- 4:30 p.m.

Press release from the Governor's Office:

MADISON—Governor Jim Doyle today signed into law legislation that will protect traveling sales crews from abuse by employers and sets regulations that also protect consumers and homeowners. Malinda’s Act, SB4, is a response to the tragic traveling sales crew van crash on March 25, 1999 in Janesville, which killed 7 people, including 18-year-old Malinda Turvey from Verona, and severely injured 5 others.

“Today is bittersweet,” Governor Doyle said. “Ten years ago, almost to the date, a tragic van crash killed seven young people and severely injured five more – all part of a traveling sales crew. What happened that night in Janesville shed light on an industry that was unregulated, and left unchecked, often abusive to its employees. Today, I will sign Malinda’s Act. Malinda was an 18-year-old young lady starting out in life when she was tragically killed. And it is people like Malinda, Amber, and Monica who we intend to protect by signing this law.”

The Governor was joined at the bill signing by Phil Ellenbecker, the father of Malinda Turvey, Bonnie Lettman, the mother of Amber Lettman, a 16-year-old from Oregon who was also killed in the crash, and Monica Forbes, who was left paralyzed by the Janesville crash.

In 1999, then Attorney General Doyle prosecuted those responsible for the crash including Y.E.S., a subscription sales company based in DeWitte, Iowa. He also advocated for legislation regulating the traveling sales industry in Wisconsin.

The Act sets multiple protections for employees on traveling sales crews. In part, the Act:

· Requires at least semi-monthly payment of all wages earned;

· Requires all vehicles used to transport workers to be certified for all safety codes, including having a seat belt for all passengers;

· Prohibits an employer from abandoning employees because they are sick, injured or have been arrested;

· Prohibits an employer from taking away a worker’s money, ID, phone or any other personal property during the course of employment with the traveling sales crew; and

· Prohibits an employer from restricting communication between the worker and family or friends.

The Act also protects consumers from scams and homeowners from dangerous criminals knocking on their doors. In part, the Act:

· Requires employers who utilize traveling sales crews in Wisconsin or who recruit crewmembers in Wisconsin to obtain a certificate of registration from the Department of Workforce Development (DWD) prior to entering the state. The information collected as part of the registration process will include any prior conviction record of all crewmembers;

· Requires traveling sales crew workers to carry a DWD-issued ID badge and a copy of the certificate of registration with them at all times;

· Requires the employer to request a registration stamp from a local municipality. The stamp must be placed on the certificate of registration prior to selling door-to-door in any community;

· Requires the notification of local law enforcement of planned sale activities; and

· Limits the times of day salespersons on a traveling sale crew can engage in sales activities to between 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

This bill does not apply to fundraising sales by a nonprofit organization, such as the Girl Scouts, or schools and does not preempt a county, city, village, or town from enacting a local ordinance regulating the sale of goods or services to consumers from house to house, on any street, or in any other place that is open to the public.

Governor Doyle thanked Senator Jon Erpenbach and Representative Sondy Pope-Roberts for their work on the bill.

_____________________________________________________

UPDATED Tuesday, March 24, 2009 --- 12:50 p.m.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Wisconsin lawmakers are moving to approve the nation's toughest regulations on companies that use traveling sales crews. The rules are aimed at those who recruit young adults to rove the country selling magazines, soap and other products. Critics say they too often put workers in unsafe and unfair conditions. The rules would require workers to be employees rather than independent contractors, which would make them subject to labor laws. Companies that employ crews would have to register with the state and tell workers in writing where they will work and what they will be paid. The measure passed the Senate 27-6 and will be debated in the Assembly later Tuesday.
Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.

_____________________________________________________

Posted April 10, 2007 --- 5:30 p.m.

The pitch for traveling sales jobs is appealing--travel the country and make money. But, a Middleton lawmaker says the students are being taken advantage of. "They say the job is not for everyone and I say it's not for anyone," says Kristen Rae Spicer. On Tuesday, Kristen Rae and her father traveled all the way from Atlanta, Georgia to address a Senate committee. "There was nothing written for me (like) this is where you're going to be living, this is what's required of you, this is what you're going to get paid," says Kristen Rae. In the summer of 2005, the then 18-year-old, went door-to-door selling educational books in Pennsylvania. "When she came back after that summer she was a shell of a person," says Guy Spicer, Kristen Rae's father. State Senator Jon Erpenbach of Middleton says that's not uncommon. The Democrat's interest stems from a 1999 crash in Rock County involving a traveling sales crew. Seven young people died and five were injured. It happened when the unlicensed driver switched seats with a licensed driver at 80 miles-per-hour after spotting a police car. "This bill is named after Melinda Turvey, one of the victims of the crash," says Erpenbach. The bill would make it illegal for traveling sales companies to hire minors. It would require an employer disclosure statement. And, it would prohibit the use of independent contractors. "If the independent contractor status was taken away from the students who did this, this would go from running your own business to a sales job," says college recruiter Katie Barmann, a UW graduate. But Erpenbach disagrees. He says the companies go with independent contractors to avoid possible legal problems. "Any company in this state, working in this state, recruiting in this state, would easily be able to abide by this legislation," he says. As for Kristen Rae, she's moving on. But, there's one part of her summer job experience she'll never forget. "On July 25, 2005, I was raped by a coworker of mine," she says. Kristen Rae says a simple background check, which is also included in the bill, may have kept her safe. A spokesperson for the one company at Tuesdays' hearing says her organization is "very up front about everything the job entails." More than 30-people testified. No action was taken.
NBC 15 TV
nbc15.com
Madison, Wisconsin
Read This Story


March 26, 2009: Wisconsin Passes 'Malinda's Act'

On March 24, 2009 Malinda's Traveling Sales Crew Protection Act (SB-4)
was passed by the Wisconsin Senate (27-6)
and by the Wisconsin House of Representatives (68-30)
On March 26, 2009 Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle signed the bill into law.

For more information please contact Wisconsin State Senator Jon Erpenbach

Web Site: http://www.legis.state.wi.us/senate/sen27/news
Senator Jon Erpenbach
8 South, State Capitol
P.O. Box 7882
Madison, WI 53707-7882
(608)266-6670 or toll-free (888) 549-0027
Fax: (608) 266-2508
E-mail: Sen.Erpenbach@legis.wi.gov

You can also find information on the new legislation here:
Traveling Sales Crews Information Web Site



DMPG Info Clip - Posted March 1, 2009

Where are all the vampires and werewolves hiding?
National Field Selling Association:
http://www.nfsa.com
National Field Selling Association
Trade Group For Traveling Door-to-Door
Magazine and Cleaner Sales Industry.
NOTICE: This domain name expired on 02/20/2009
and is pending renewal or deletion.

Economy getting you down?
Can't afford your web site anymore?
Too many civil lawsuits affecting your immoral business?
FBI crawling up your ass?
Too much BAD media lately?
Where have all your members gone?
Into the woods preying on new victims?
Who is going to sell all of those 300% above cost subscriptions
for the Magazine Publishers of America?

"He who profits by a crime commits it."


Door To Door Sales Crimes
Wanted
Letters To The MPA and Publishers


DMPG Info Clip - Posted October 10, 2008
Madison, Wisconsin
Civil Lawsuit Settled
Against Door-To-Door Magazine Sales Company
A civil lawsuit filed against Vincent Pitts, president of the National Field Selling Association and owner of Palmetto Marketing/Sunshine Subscription Agency was settled for $600,000.00 on October 1, 2008.

The lawsuit stems from the violent assault and rape of a 50-year-old Menomonie, Wisconsin woman committed by Brandon Green a traveling door-to-door magazine salesman.

Madison, Wisconin lawfirm Lawton and Cates attorneys Jim Olson and John Carlson Jr. were instrumental in bringing justice to the victim.
Lawton And Cates Website

For detailed information on this crime and the lawsuit please review the following links:
Civil Lawsuit Filed Against Vincent Pitts
Court Orders/Criminal Complaint


DMPG Featured Article - July 17, 2008
Houston Press - Houston, Texas
What Mainstream Publishers Don't Want You to Know About Door-to-Door Magazine Sales
That kid at your door with a magazine order form will tell you a story --
part sad, part hopeful. The truth will be infinitely worse than you can imagine.

July 17, 2008
By Craig Malisow
Houston Press
published: July 17, 2008
Read This Story


Sonora, Texas
Magazine Sales Agent Killed In Van Rollover

March 17, 2008
Utah man killed in crash near Sonora
By Jayna Boyle (Contact)
GO San Angelo
Originally published 11:09 a.m., March 17, 2008
Updated 11:40 a.m., March 17, 2008
A one-vehicle rollover crash Sunday afternoon along Interstate 10 near Sonora killed one man and injured three others, according to a Texas Department of Public Safety official in the agency's Ozona office. Zach Dobson, 26, an independent contractor from Vernal, Utah, was pronounced dead at the scene, said the DPS official, who did not want to be named. DPS Ozona said the driver of the vehicle, Ian Moore, 18, of Phoenix, was eastbound about 4:10 p.m. Sunday when he was distracted and drove into the median. He overcorrected, and the car rolled five times. Moore and Michael Burke, 18, of Phoenix, were taken to Lillian M. Hudspeth Memorial Hospital in Sonora and were both listed in stable condition, according to DPS Ozona. A fourth passenger, Dwayne Meek, 21, also from Arizona, was in serious condition and taken to Shannon Medical Center in San Angelo, DPS Ozona reported.
By Jayna Boyle (Contact)
gosanangelo.com
GO San Angelo
San Angelo, Texas
Read This Story



They Will Not Be Forgotten
Janesville Wisconsin Van Crash Memorial March 2008


March 2008 Memorial


D.M.P.G. Info Clip
November 17, 2007

Wisconsin
On July 1, 2005 Brandon Green (a traveling magazine salesman employed by Gemini Subscriptions and Palmetto Marketing) brutally beat and raped a Menomonie, Wisconsin woman.

Dunn County District Attorney Criminal Complaint:
Read PDF Criminal Complaint

Lawsuit Filed Against Vincent Pitts and Palmetto Marketing
by Wisconsin Lawfirm Lawton and Cates:
Read The Civil Lawsuit Against Vincent Pitts

Dunn County Court Judge Stewart's Decision:
Read Court Decision

Wisconsin Court Of Appeals Denies Vincent Pitts Appeal:
October 30, 2007
Read PDF Wisconsin Court of Appeals Decision

Vincent Pitts is currently president of the
National Field Selling Association.
The NFSA (NFSA) is a trade group that represents many of the traveling magazine sales companies and magazine clearinghouses across the country.

The Magazine clearinghouses clear magazine subscriptions from the magazine sales crews and magazine sales companies up to the magazine publishers (Magazine Publishers of America: MPA).

Read Letters To The Publishers



Madison, Wisconsin
WISPOLITICS.COM
Wisconsin's Premier Political News Service
PRESS RELEASE

November 09, 2007
Press Release
11/9/2007
Sen. Erpenbach:
Safe neighborhoods:
Renewed call for Traveling Sales Crew Regulation
While the state budget was crawling forward this fall, a Dunn County court decision made major headway for community victims of traveling sales crews, which was recently upheld by an Appeals Court. The decision held liable the traveling sales crew company for the hiring of an individual they knew was a risk with a criminal history. While working on the traveling sales crew, a member of the crew forced his way into a Hudson woman’s home and raped and beat her. Traveling sales crews can often be safe harbor for criminals moving from state to state. This decision has highlighted a string of crimes committed by traveling sales crews, many of the same companies that have crews in Wisconsin going from door to door. For information on the criminal activity of over 250 high profile members of traveling sales crews visit www.travelingsalescrews.info.

In September of this year, six individuals were arrested in Mequon for violating solicitation laws, they were warned by police but still went back to work in Mequon the following day. The 43 year old crew chief had a felony warrant from Colorado and a record with 15 known alias names. His extensive criminal history includes several drug offenses, assault with a deadly weapon, domestic abuse and battery.

The traveling sales crew bill was first introduced in the 2001-2003 session and has been introduced in subsequent Legislative sessions only to die at the end of session in an Assembly Committee. There is no excuse for the continued opposition to a bill to simply require traveling sales crews to register with the Department of Workforce Development. The Assembly has no reason for delaying basic human protections for employees of traveling sales crews, like the right to be paid for their work.

Every day people with known criminal history go from door to door in this state. Our neighbors, family members, and baby sitters that answer the door are at risk. Some members of the Legislature call themselves tough on crime, yet the simple registry of sales crews cannot move forward in the Assembly. The traveling sales crew bill has languished in the Assembly Small Business Committee chaired by Representative Moulton since April.

We need to know what companies are in our state going door to door and we need to know who they employ. Without this nexus of information we do not have the ability to find and arrest crew members with outstanding warrants or the ability to go after a company that is negligent in its actions by hiring dangerous criminals. It is time for opposing Legislators to step up to the plate on this issue.

The only registered organization in opposition to Senate Bill 80, Malinda’s Law, is the door to door sales company, Southwestern Company. In support on the website are: Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, Wisconsin Independent Business Inc, Wisconsin Merchants Federation, and the Wisconsin State AFLCIO.

On the interstate in Janesville in March of 1999, seven children and young adults died and five more were seriously injured in a van crash. The driver of the vehicle was operating without a license and attempted to switch driving with a passenger when the vehicle passed a police officer on the highway. His action caused the crash and tragic death of members of the traveling sales crew. One of those members was Malinda Turvey, daughter of Phil Ellenbecker from Verona. Since the crash Ellenbecker has worked tirelessly to regulate traveling sales crews and give employees of the crews basic employee rights. Phil and Malinda are the inspiration for this legislation.

It is my hope that Representative Moulton, R – Chippewa Falls and the rest of the Assembly Small Business Committee will stand up for safety in our communities and pass out of committee the simple regulation of traveling sales crews in Wisconsin. For more information on Malinda’s Law Senate Bill 80 please contact my office at 608-266-6670.

Julie Laundrie
Office of State Senator Jon Erpenbach
608-266-6670
cell 608-772-0110
WISPOLITICS.COM
Wisconsin's Premier Political News Service
wispolitics.com
Madison, Wisconsin
Read This Story

Read This Press Release On Senator Jon Erpenbach's Website

Visit Wisconsin State Senator Jon Erpenbach's Website



New York
Attorney General
Andrew M. Cuomo
Lawsuit Filed Against: JAGUAR SALES, LLC d/b/a/ JAGUAR SALES
Labor Violations

August 8, 2007
PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, by
ANDREW M. CUOMO,
Attorney General of the State of New York,
Petitioners,
-against-
JAGUAR SALES, LLC d/b/a/ JAGUAR SALES,
ANN SIBISKI, DAVID SIBISKI, TOM SIBISKI,
ADAM CARLISLE, STEPHEN BARCEL, TIM BROWN,
D.J. WARREN, KELLY “DOE”and PREMIER SALES,
Respondents.

Read Lawsuit Against Jaguar Sales

Office of the New York State Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo
Department of Law
120 Broadway
New York, NY 10271
212-416-8060
oag.state.ny.us
Read This Press Release

Additional Info On Jaguar Sales And Lawsuit Click Here


PROTECT THE ONES YOU LOVE
WHAT EVERY PARENT SHOULD KNOW

The Truth About
The Southwestern Company

www.southwesterncompanytruth.com


North Carolina
Magazine Sales Company
Banned From State

May 9, 2007
Trinity Public Relations
Door-To-Door Traveling Magazine Company
Based in Charlotte, North Carolina

Magazine Sales Company Owners
James A. Davis and Lourdes J. Davis
Permanently Barred From Owning Or Operating
Any Business In North Carolina That Sells Magazines.


North Carolina
Attorney General Roy Cooper
Press Releases:
Read NC AG Press Release 05/03/07 - PDF
Read NC AG Press Release 09/27/06 - PDF




April 24, 2007

Magazine Sales Company/Collection Agency Banned In West Virginia
By Attorney General Darrell McGraw

The following companies and their owner (CATHERINE M KEY)
have been banned in West Virginia

United Subscription Agency
(a magazine sales company owned by Catherine M. Key)
(Website: mytraveljob.com)

Check Game Solutions
(a collection agency owned by Catherine M. Key)
and
CATHERINE M KEY
Banned from doing business in West Virginia


CATHERINE M KEY and Check Game Solutions
are listed as Supporting Members of the National Field Selling Association
NFSA - Website: (www.nfsa.com) - NFSA
NFSA Supporting Member Page: NFSA Supporting Member Page

Catherine M. Key
Check Game Solutions, Inc.
1850 43rd Avenue
Suite C-10
Vero Beach FL, 32960
(800) 886-9798

Read The West Virginia AG Lawsuit

For additional information
Click Here



DMPG Featured Article

New York NY
For Youths, A Grim Tour on Magazine Crews

Febuary 21, 2007
By IAN URBINA
New York Times
Read This Story

New York Times:
Life on a Magazine Crew

View This Video


Letters To The MPA and Publishers
Letters To The MPA and Publishers

DMPG Compiled Article Criminal Chronology
July 2005 - December 2006

Chronology 2005 - 2006

DMPG Compiled Article Criminal Chronology
1982 - 2005

Chronology 1982 - 2005

Civil Lawsuit
Civil Lawsuit Filed Against World Wide Circulation, Inc.

02/21/06

World Wide Circulation, Inc is a member of
the National Field Selling Association
NFSA

A civil lawsuit has been filed against World Wide Circulation, Inc. in response to the brutal murder of Benjamin Suazo on October 20, 2005.

STATE OF NEW MEXICO
COUNTY OF SANTA FE
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT

ELEANOR S. OCANA, as Personal
Representative of the Estate of
BENJAMIN SUAZO,

PLAINTIFF,

v.

WORLDWIDE CIRCULATION, INC.;
SILVA BOWLING, INC.; DEWELL
KEITH LAFLEUR individually and
d/b/a MEGA SALES INC.;
ANDREW LONG; JASON FURDEN;
JAMES COMBS; JOSHUA BURGESS,

DEFENDANTS.

Read The Civil Lawsuit Against World Wide Circulation, Inc.




Civil Lawsuit
June 19, 2006
Civil Lawsuit Filed Against Vincent Pitts
President of National Field Selling Association
NFSA

A civil lawsuit has been filed against Vincent Pitts (president of the National Field Selling Association) and owner of Palmetto Marketing, Inc. (palmettomarketinginc.com) in response to the brutal beating and rape of a 50 year-old Menomonie, Wisconsin Woman on July 1, 2005.

STATE OF WISCONSIN
CIRCUIT COURT
DUNN COUNTY

Ms.x
Menomonie, WI 54751

Plaintiff,

Wisconsin Department of Justice
Crime Victim Compensation Program
17 West Main Street
P.O. Box 7951
Madison, WI 53708-7951
and
Group Health Cooperative of Eau Claire County
2503 North Hillcrest Parkway
Altoona, WI 54720
Subrogated Parties.
Case No:
Case Codes: 30106, 30107

vs.

Vincent Pitts, an Individual
7522 Wiles Road, Suite 112
Coral Springs, FL 33067
Palmetto, Marketing, Inc., a Florida Corporation
7522 Wiles Road, Suite 112
Coral Springs, FL 33067

Sunshine Subscription Agency, Inc., a Florida Corporation
7522 Wiles Road, Suite 112
Coral Springs, FL 33067

Robert Cecil, an Individual
7522 Wiles Road, Suite 112
Coral Springs, FL 33067
Tina Michelle Cecil, an Individual
7522 Wiles Road, Suite 112
Coral Springs, FL 33067

Gemini Subscriptions, Inc., a Florida Corporation
7522 Wiles Road, Suite 112
Coral Springs, FL 33067

Brandon Green, an Individual
Dunn County Jail
615 Stokke Parkway
Menomonie, WI 54751

Read The Criminal Complaint Againsit Brandon Lee Green
Read The Civil Lawsuit Against Vincent Pitts




April 14, 2006
DMPG Press Release
Dedicated Memorial Parents Group
Press Release


April 13, 2006
DMPG: Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ


April 10, 2006
WANTED
Do You Have Any Info. On These Crimes?


April 1, 2006
OPINION
Dedicated Memorial Parents Group
MALINDA’S TRAVELING SALES CREW PROTECTION ACT
POUNDED BY OUT-OF-STATE COMPANY

Read This Story


Posted April 2, 2005
Magazine Publishers of America
Post New Educational Guides
Guidelines on Relations with Subscription Agents
MPA Guidelines


Malinda's Memorial March 25, 2005

Posted 03/12/05
DOOR-TO-DOOR TRAVELING SALES CREWS
MEDIA COVERAGE
1964-1987
Media Coverage 1964 - 1987

Civil RICO

January 7, 2005

SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
COUNTY OF ORANGE
CENTRAL JUSTICE CENTER


DANIEL WILKINSON, an individual;
STEPHANIE LAURITO, an individual; and
MARCUS HENKHAUS, an individual, on behalf
of themselves and all others similarly situated,
Plaintiffs,
v.
HY-PRO CHEMICAL PRODUCTS, INC., a
Texas corporation; EDGE SALES, INC., a Texas
corporation; JOSEPH w. EDGE, an individual;
and DOES 1 through 100, inclusive,
Defendants.

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
AND INJUNCTIVE RELIEF

Read The Complaint - PDF Format



November 9, 2004
NEWS RELEASE

OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES ATTORNEY
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA

San Diego, California
United States Attorney
Carol C. Lam


NEWS RELEASE SUMMARY - November, 8, 2004

Carol C. Lam, United States Attorney for the Southern District of California, and Eileen J. O’Connor, Assistant Attorney General for the Tax Division of the Department of Justice, announced that Lonnie R. Divine, Yvonne Divine and Deanna McKinnon have pleaded guilty to federal criminal tax offenses. All three defendants entered their pleas today in San Diego before the Honorable Barry Ted Moskowitz, United States District Judge.

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Family pleads guilty to tax offenses
North County Times - California
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By: North County Times

SAN DIEGO ---- A former Vista resident, his wife and daughter have pleaded guilty to federal criminal tax offenses involving millions of dollars made from selling magazine subscriptions.

Lonnie R. Divine; his wife, Yvonne, 45; and daughter, Deanna McKinnon, 39, entered their pleas Monday in U.S. District Court in San Diego.

Judge Barry Ted Moskowitz set sentencing for March 9. Maximum penalties range from a year in prison and a $100,000 fine to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine for each charge.

Prosecutors said Lonnie Divine admitted he owned and operated a business under many company names between 1993 and 1997, but it primarily involved selling magazine subscriptions door to door for more than $11 million.

Divine evaded taxes by transferring money through several bank accounts, making payments of about $1.8 million to his Nevada casino accounts in Las Vegas and Lake Tahoe, acquiring assets and investing funds, among other ways, according to U.S. Attorney Carol Lam.

Yvonne Divine and Deanna McKinnon pleaded guilty to one count each of failing to file tax returns while earning income from the business.

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September 10, 2003

OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES ATTORNEY
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
San Diego, California
United States Attorney
Carol C. Lam
Original Indictment

September 13, 2003
Owners Of San Diego Business Indicted For Tax Evasion
Company Sold Magazines/Services Door-To-Door

POSTED: 2:59 p.m. PDT September 13, 2003
UPDATED: 3:11 p.m. PDT September 13, 2003
By The SanDiego Channel.com
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October 19, 2004
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