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Author Topic: So, how much money Craig Lillard / Revostock owe you? Let's sum up the total.  (Read 33771 times)

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« Reply #100 on: May 12, 2016, 06:54 »
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DDCoral $220.50


ivz

« Reply #101 on: May 12, 2016, 08:55 »
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$380

« Reply #102 on: May 12, 2016, 15:36 »
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something around 60$

« Reply #103 on: May 12, 2016, 16:14 »
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UPDATED! - Total $68769 between 58 contributors!


ammit 170
artproject 3000
asmai 450
att 700
BlackJack 140
celalbulus 427
cfhdesign 108
cg3dphoto 550
CreativeMedias 12000
danilo.afx 300
danr13 450
DDCoral 220.50
donvladone 4000
dubassy 200
eburlingham 1000
emblem 110
Enchanted Studios 2000
fluxvfx 4400
fotorob 1000
GooDween 60
goseeit 103
helloitsme 500
hkmedia 300
increasingdifficulty 1300
ivz 380
jamesbenet 400
KB 130.50
kunilanskap 130
LP Productions 120
Mantis 80
MartinD 300
masterpiece_dt 750
MaZvone 47
milemobile 48
Motion Array 1500
MotionRevolver 1800
musician333 20
nopow 8000
Paha_L 6000
plastic3 650
refresh 2346
RnR 690
Ronib 14
ruchos 155
s9motion 6000
sauletas 200
SCHMaster 1380
selensergen 108
Sjo 100
SpaceStockFootage 50
Stock_Pro 70
stocker2011 120
stockmn 900
Suliman Razvan 300
surpasspro 350
Trek 112
Vurb  500
zoommer 1530
« Last Edit: May 19, 2016, 08:15 by KnowYourOnions »

« Reply #104 on: May 19, 2016, 00:05 »
+1
artproject 3000
« Last Edit: May 19, 2016, 00:08 by artpro »

« Reply #105 on: May 19, 2016, 00:05 »
+1
artproject 3000

« Reply #106 on: June 09, 2016, 20:33 »
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$140.00

« Reply #107 on: June 19, 2016, 03:08 »
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vfxbuzz $1278, till last sale i was able to track.

I don't understand one thing, why he ran away. Even if Revo would have been running without investing any further or by keeping expenses to minimum with members help, we could have easily been paid, i mean by paying us 80-90% royalty he could have saved the business. It had such a huge amount of content with so many buyers. Craig if you are listening, come back we'll manage.

« Reply #108 on: June 20, 2016, 23:16 »
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stryjek : 50

« Reply #109 on: July 08, 2016, 17:26 »
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UPDATED! - Total $70237 between 61 contributors!


ammit 170
artproject 3000
asmai 450
att 700
BlackJack 140
celalbulus 427
cfhdesign 108
cg3dphoto 550
CreativeMedias 12000
danilo.afx 300
danr13 450
DDCoral 220.50
donvladone 4000
dubassy 200
eburlingham 1000
emblem 110
Enchanted Studios 2000
fluxvfx 4400
fotorob 1000
GooDween 60
goseeit 103
helloitsme 500
hkmedia 300
increasingdifficulty 1300
ivz 380
jamesbenet 400
KB 130.50
kunilanskap 130
LP Productions 120
Mantis 80
MartinD 300
masterpiece_dt 750
MaZvone 47
milemobile 48
Motion Array 1500
MotionRevolver 1800
musician333 20
nopow 8000
Paha_L 6000
plastic3 650
realguitar 140
refresh 2346
RnR 690
Ronib 14
ruchos 155
s9motion 6000
sauletas 200
SCHMaster 1380
selensergen 108
Sjo 100
SpaceStockFootage 50
Stock_Pro 70
stocker2011 120
stockmn 900
stryjek 50
Suliman Razvan 300
surpasspro 350
Trek 112
vfxbuzz 1278
Vurb  500
zoommer 1530

« Reply #110 on: July 15, 2016, 08:53 »
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A reply I got on twitter ... "You got off lightly. Owed much much more here :("      I wonder how much this * Craig Lillard  stole in total from everyone???

« Reply #111 on: July 23, 2016, 19:16 »
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Shall we try Judge Judy to get our money back?

She may be our last hope.

« Reply #112 on: July 24, 2016, 02:52 »
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A reply I got on twitter ... "You got off lightly. Owed much much more here :("      I wonder how much this * Craig Lillard  stole in total from everyone???


Total $70237 between 61 contributors, that we gathered here, but this figure must be higher.

We should warn parents of these kids that they might be in danger spending time with the wrong role model. Apparently Craig was their leader on this trip!!!  :o
https://www.facebook.com/groups/286369008366454/?hc_location=ufi

Here are the organizers:
http://benttreebible.weebly.com/navajo-2.html
Dates: June 19-June 25
Deposit: $100 tax deductible
Estimated Trip Cost: $1000-$1400*
[email protected]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kf44We4881Y
Love the comment from StarOceanNative

And finally, one of Craig's tweets on his new company account  ::)
https://twitter.com/DYLoveMarketing/status/704458246904369152
« Last Edit: July 24, 2016, 03:20 by KnowYourOnions »

« Reply #113 on: July 24, 2016, 03:34 »
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Wow, that just stinks. Sorry for all involved. To anyone affected, you need to contact the Attorney General of Texas, Ken Paxton, and notify him of this fraudulent business and it's owner. I hear a lot of people have gotten good results dealing with shady companies by going this route. A helpful link is here: https://texasattorneygeneral.gov/cpd/file-a-consumer-complaint

Seen Craig's new website. Full of pointless marketing quotes... http://doyoulove.marketing/about/
Here's one he forgot to post, LOL.

« Reply #114 on: July 24, 2016, 08:44 »
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The owner is probably a graduate of Trump University - definitely the same business practices!

« Reply #115 on: July 24, 2016, 14:55 »
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photographers are like deer staring in headlights, 70 f*cking grand and people dont even take action, nothing, youd think that for 70 thousand dollar it wont be hard to find a lawyer who would take this on

« Reply #116 on: July 24, 2016, 17:23 »
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photographers are like deer staring in headlights, 70 f*cking grand and people dont even take action, nothing, youd think that for 70 thousand dollar it wont be hard to find a lawyer who would take this on


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« Reply #117 on: July 25, 2016, 02:27 »
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photographers are like deer staring in headlights, 70 f*cking grand and people dont even take action, nothing, youd think that for 70 thousand dollar it wont be hard to find a lawyer who would take this on
This is why we can't have nice royalties.

« Reply #118 on: July 25, 2016, 12:13 »
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wow, 70 contributors 70K..!!!
i can say he is a keen marketer for sure...
as this is only your part of the commission.

he should be hired by shutterstock or istock for his brains to market their images.

but as for paying you 70 ppl, why would he avoid paying you when he can actually market so well???

for this, at least we have to thank ss for payout monthly ...even if it is as little as 35 bucks!

one good lesson here... avoid any agency who does not payout regularly...
esp the ones you have to chase for a payout.

« Reply #119 on: July 26, 2016, 06:47 »
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The sad fact is, no lawyer would take this case knowing that Craig actually hasn't got any money to pay ppl back. No point chasing him on that level, but small claims court with higher amounts owed should be used for at least leaving some track record on his name not to trust him ever again.

Amazing escape this was, for sure.  >:(

« Reply #120 on: July 26, 2016, 07:23 »
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The sad fact is, no lawyer would take this case knowing that Craig actually hasn't got any money to pay ppl back. No point chasing him on that level, but small claims court with higher amounts owed should be used for at least leaving some track record on his name not to trust him ever again.

Amazing escape this was, for sure.  >:(

Not just amazing, but what would be really interesting is to see if he has the money and simply pocketed it. If I recall, there was some litigation that might have broke Revo, so he may not have a dime of the money.  But based on his ignorance of the contributors, how he chooses to ignore responding to them, he is a scammer in my book.  He owes me a little bit, but others are due much more than me and I feel for them, especially those who make a living off stock. The least a professional could do was communicate the closure of the business, the legal status that drove them down and that the company was broke. He could have disclosed some financials submitted for bankruptcy and made a decent attempt to share that with the people who trusted REVO.  He didn't.

« Reply #121 on: July 26, 2016, 11:37 »
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The sad fact is, no lawyer would take this case knowing that Craig actually hasn't got any money to pay ppl back. No point chasing him on that level, but small claims court with higher amounts owed should be used for at least leaving some track record on his name not to trust him ever again.

Amazing escape this was, for sure.  >:(



Not just amazing, but what would be really interesting is to see if he has the money and simply pocketed it. If I recall, there was some litigation that might have broke Revo, so he may not have a dime of the money.  But based on his ignorance of the contributors, how he chooses to ignore responding to them, he is a scammer in my book.  He owes me a little bit, but others are due much more than me and I feel for them, especially those who make a living off stock. The least a professional could do was communicate the closure of the business, the legal status that drove them down and that the company was broke. He could have disclosed some financials submitted for bankruptcy and made a decent attempt to share that with the people who trusted REVO.  He didn't.

Does P5 heading the same way? Considering that lawsuit that is about to happen.
https://www.pacermonitor.com/public/case/9470397/Hempton_v_Pond5,_Inc_et_al
« Last Edit: July 26, 2016, 11:42 by KnowYourOnions »

« Reply #122 on: July 26, 2016, 12:51 »
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The sad fact is, no lawyer would take this case knowing that Craig actually hasn't got any money to pay ppl back. No point chasing him on that level, but small claims court with higher amounts owed should be used for at least leaving some track record on his name not to trust him ever again.

Amazing escape this was, for sure.  >:(

+10
but even leaving tracks can only work if ppl are looking for it. much like business ombudsman or bureau to check before doing business with certain ppl.
still, in my early days , i knew of many swindlers who left without paying me and many larger clients
and are able to continue elsewhere
eg. he moves to another country , starts a business there during ,
or stay in the same city and start a new business under his wife's name
. or go into an entirely new business..
get this.. one of these swindlers actually went into politics.

Shelma1

« Reply #123 on: July 26, 2016, 12:58 »
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Shall we try Judge Judy to get our money back?

She may be our last hope.

Hey, that's not a bad idea. My understanding is that the show pays the money awarded, so if this guy is really out of money you'll still get paid. I think you have to have a case pending in small claims court. you'd each have to sue separately, since the max is $5,000.

« Reply #124 on: July 26, 2016, 13:37 »
+2
Shall we try Judge Judy to get our money back?

She may be our last hope.

Hey, that's not a bad idea. My understanding is that the show pays the money awarded, so if this guy is really out of money you'll still get paid. I think you have to have a case pending in small claims court. you'd each have to sue separately, since the max is $5,000.

Texas max in small claims is 10K.

Yeah, TV might like the fact that he now works in Church org as kids leader.
I mean, seriously!  >:(


 

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