Gerard & Associates Announce Former Las Vegas Cay Club Executives Indicted in Connection with Alleged $300 million Ponzi Scheme Involving Sales of Condominium Hotel Units

Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) October 10, 2014

On September 16, 2014, the U.S. Attorneys Office for the Southern District of Florida, indicted Fred Davis Clark (aka Dave Clark) and Cristal R. Clark (aka Cristal Coleman), who according to Court documents were former principles of the now defunct Cay Clubs Resorts International. The Indictment brings forth charges of conspiracy and multiple counts of bank fraud in connection with an alleged $ 300 million Ponzi scheme (Case No. 13-10034-CR-JEM). A copy of the indictment can be read by clicking here.

According to the Indictment, the charges against Dave Clark and Cristal Coleman arise from their operation of Cay Clubs, a network of luxury condominium resorts with locations throughout the country, including several in Florida and one location in Las Vegas. The alleged Cay Clubs scheme involved promises to investors that Cay Club developers would refurbish and upgrade existing condominium complexes into luxurious condominium resorts with various upscale amenities.

According to Court documents, approximately 1,400 investors were allegedly fleeced out of several hundred million dollars as the money earmarked for improvements was allegedly stolen by Clark, Coleman and other known and unknown co-conspirators. According to Court documents, the Las Vegas location was known as Las Vegas Cay Club, situated across the street from the Rio Hotel & Casino at 4200 South Valley View Boulevard (the location is now known as Desert Tides).

The indictments are only accusations and the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.

The founding Partner of Gerard & Associates, Robert Gerard, is available for interview and can be reached at (702) 251-0093 or at rgerard(at)gerardlaw(dot)com.







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Publishers Clearing House Selects Evergage to Boost Online Conversions


Boston, MA (PRWEB) August 19, 2014

Evergage, the market-leading provider of real-time web personalization, today announced that leading multichannel direct marketer Publishers Clearing House (PCH), has turned to Evergage to deliver a personalized experience for visitors to the PCH network of sites. Using Evergage, PCH, the widely recognized provider of value-based merchandise, magazines, promotional offers and digital play and win entertainment, is seeing an average lift in revenue per thousand visits (RPM) of 12%. The company is also using Evergage to increase value for its many loyal advertisers.

With Evergages real-time messaging and testing, PCH can experiment with new ways to get visitors attention with non-intrusive and in-context messages. Doing so has increased game playing, kept players engaged on the site for longer and converted more players to customers. Initial campaigns targeted based on whether the visitor is engaged, semi-engaged or unengaged ranged from a 36% lift in engagement for existing customers, to a 19% lift in new customer acquisition, and a 26% increase in games played.

Partnering with Evergage has been a very positive experience for PCH, from implementation to website optimization, commented Sal Tripi, associate vice president, Publishers Clearing House. Using real-time messaging has enabled us to interact on a more personal level with new PCH.com visitors as well as those who are already engaged on our sites, leading to a sizeable increase in conversions and a great return on investment.

Evergage has helped PCH increase the relevancy of content presented to the users who interact across the network. PCH is able to introduce ads for advertisers in an environment that is highly targeted and relevant driving more engagement with content and ultimately with advertisers.

Were very excited to be working with PCH, an iconic brand known for giving people a chance to win, said Karl Wirth, Evergage co-founder and CEO. Evergage will enable the company to maximize its investments in cross-channel marketing by individualizing the web experience for customers in real time and guiding them through the sales funnel.

About Publishers Clearing House

Founded in 1953, Publishers Clearing House has a longstanding history as a leading direct marketing company and has awarded its loyal players with more than $ 248 million in prizes. With nearly 20 digital destinations and a cross platform audience of more than 15MM unique visitors, the companys highly engaged players visit daily for chances to win cash and other prizes. In 2011 Publishers Clearing House acquired the Liquid Wireless platform, which works to monetize the companys mobile traffic and drive high quality app downloads for the app developer community. Publishers Clearing House acquires its highly engaged players through nearly $ 62 MM in cross channel media spend each year including $ 30MM on TV. For more information, visit http://www.pch.com or http://liquidwireless.com.

About Evergage

Evergages cloud-based platform delivers real-time web personalization to more than 200 million web visitors, improving demand generation, revenue growth and customer success for over 120 organizations, including Gardeners Supply Company, Millward Brown Digital, Palms Casino Resort, Publishers Clearing House, Rue La La and Wayfair. Evergage empowers marketers to increase engagement and conversions of website visitors and users through personalized content and messages based on deep behavioral analytics. Founded in 2010 as Apptegic, Evergage is a 2014 MITX Whats Next Award winner, a NEVY Award finalist and a Red Herring Top 200 North American company. Evergage has offices in Boston, San Diego and Atlanta. For more information, visit http://evergage.com or contact the company at sales(at)evergage(dot)com or 1-888-310-0589.

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Traka to Exhibit at Indian Gaming 2014 Tradeshow and Convention

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) April 29, 2014

As a global leader in intelligent key and asset management solutions, Traka is pleased to be showcasing both their Traka32 software as well as the Traka Touch stand-alone solution at the National Indian Gaming Associations (NIGA) Indian Gaming 2014 Tradeshow and Convention this May. With both Traka technologies on display, the gaming industry will see multiple features and functionality as it relates to their type of business, including the seamless transition many casinos have made from existing systems that couldnt deliver on expectations to Trakas advanced and reliable solutions. With almost 100 casinos acquired under their belt in such a short time in the US alone, Traka is taking the industry by storm as the gold standard in gaming as word spreads on its reliability, flexibility, nearly zero maintenance, and enterprise level functionality, which not only meets, but exceeds gaming commission requirements.

NIGA is a non-profit trade organization of 184 Indian Nations and other nonvoting associates with an aim to protect and preserve the tribes striving for self-sufficiency through gaming enterprises in Indian Country. Their tradeshow and convention is the associations main event, featuring 500 booths and 80 seminars and workshops. Traka will be exhibiting its key management solutions at one of these booths, presenting advanced technology to enhance Indian gaming businesses.

The Traka technology that will be on display is an intelligent and reliable key management system that can be customized to meet all gaming audit and reporting needs. From 10 – 180 key positions on a single system with limitless networking abilities able to accommodate an unlimited amount of keys on a single database, Traka solutions are ideal for all casinos big or small. It is reliable, with almost zero maintenance, and features multiple authorization, reason code logging, curfews, and decentralized cabinets/regions on a single centralized reporting database. Traka is leading the way in the gaming industry, giving casinos all they need and more to ensure 100% accountability and compliance with local, state, and federal gaming laws. The Indian Gaming 2014 Tradeshow and Convention will take place at the San Diego Convention Center beginning Sunday, May 11th – Wednesday May 14th, Traka, their Traka32 software solution and the Traka Touch M-Series product display, can be found at booth #539.

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About Traka USA

Traka USA is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Traka plc. Launched in 1994, Traka provides electronic key control and intelligent locker systems, allowing organizations to control, monitor and record the use of their important physical assets including premises, facilities, equipment, machinery and vehicles. Their products can be used alone or integrated with many of the worlds leading access control systems.

As an ASSA ABLOY Group company, Traka has over 9,000 customers in over 40 countries worldwide. Its customer base covers a range of sectors including gaming, government, correctional establishments, data centers, education, hospitality, travel, healthcare, and warehouse and logistics.

Based in Longwood, Florida, Traka USA has an extensive footprint throughout the US providing sales, consultancy, installation, and support services for its growing global customer base. To learn more about Traka and its products in the US market, please visit http://www.trakausa.com.







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Seal of Approval for Olympic and Paralympic Village at Final Athletes Committee Meeting


(PRWEB) May 15, 2012

The first-class accommodation and facilities for athletes at the Olympic and Paralympic Village have been given the seal of approval by Olympians and Paralympians from the Athletes Committee who met for the final time today ahead of the London 2012 Games.

Images of the Athletes Committees visit to the Village are available here

The Athletes Committee was established by the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) in May 2009 to look after the needs and interests of athletes competing at the London 2012 Games. Led by Jonathan Edwards and Tanni Grey-Thompson its foundation is part of LOCOGs commitment to an athlete-centric Olympic and Paralympic Games. The Athlete Committee evolved from the former Sport Advisory Group, with both groups building upon athlete involvement from the Bid phase. Committee members have competed at 22 Olympic and nine Paralympic Games between them.

Ensuring athletes comfort and convenience at the Olympic and Paralympic Village was a key priority for the Athletes Committee. The group met on the Village site for the final time today and gave their seal of approval to the Village and some of the innovative new features and facilities for athletes that they have helped implement including:


Grab and Go Carts. A series of Grab and Go carts will be installed strategically throughout the Village allowing athletes to pick up energy food on the go without having to go to the main dining area. This will include items such as porridge, juice, muffins and fruit and will guarantee a convenient food option to fit within athletes busy training schedules.

A landscaped jogging area. A landscaped jogging area will be within easy reach of athlete accommodation. Located to the west of the Village accessed by a bridge into Olympic Park it will allow athletes to exercise in a pleasant environment without leaving the Village itself.

All accommodation will have a lounge area as well as bedrooms. Each apartment or town house will have its own comfortable lounge with soft furnishings and furniture, a TV with domestic feed and Games feed and wif-fi internet.

Black-out curtains will be installed in all bedrooms. Significant research and investment with LOCOGs domestic partner IHG has been channelled into guaranteeing the best black out solution possible allowing athletes to rest well during the day.

Private and open space for athletes to relax in. The Village residential plots have been built around spacious courtyards offering private space for athletes, with balconies overlooking the Olympic Park and a Central Park area creating an open area for athletes to relax in.

Olympic gold medallist and LOCOGs Athletes Committee Chair, Jonathan Edwards said: It has been a privilege to lead the Athletes Committee group over the past three years and I believe the Olympic and Paralympic Village we have seen today ranks among the best at any previous Games. The Village has been built around the very specific needs of modern performance athletes and I am confident they will benefit from some of the new features and initiatives the Athletes Committee have helped deliver.

LOCOG Chair Seb Coe said: The aim of the London 2012 Village has always been to provide a physical estate of beauty and convenience supported by athlete centred services which rank among the standards of the best hotels world-wide. Todays reveal is another glimpse into what is being done to help athletes prepare for one of the biggest sporting moments of their lives. Id like to take this opportunity to thank Jonathan Edwards and the Athlete Committee for their assistance in developing these new ideas.

The London 2012 Village will house up to 16,000 athletes and team officials during the Olympic Games, and 6,200 athletes and team officials plus 1000 referees and umpires during the Paralympic Games, from more than 200 teams around the world. Located between the Olympic Park and Westfield, Stratford it is the most compact Village in recent Games history although maintains a spacious feel through a series of landscaped green areas incorporated into its layout.

Notes to editors:

For further information please contact the London 2012 Press Office.

London 2012 Games partners:

The Worldwide Olympic Partners who support the London 2012 Olympic Games and the National Olympic Committees around the world are Coca-Cola, Acer, Atos, Dow, GE, McDonalds, Omega, Panasonic, Procter and Gamble, Samsung and Visa.

LOCOG has seven domestic Tier One Partners – adidas, BMW, BP, British Airways, BT, EDF and Lloyds TSB. There are seven domestic Tier Two Supporters Adecco, ArcelorMittal, Cadbury, Cisco, Deloitte, Thomas Cook and UPS. There are now twenty-eight domestic Tier Three Suppliers and Providers Aggreko, Airwave, Atkins, Boston Consulting Group, CBS Outdoor, Crystal CG, Eurostar, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, G4S, GSK, Gymnova, Heathrow Airport, Heineken UK, Holiday Inn, John Lewis, McCann Worldgroup, Mondo, NATURE VALLEY, Next, Nielsen, Populous, Rapiscan Systems, Rio Tinto, Technogym, Thames Water, Ticketmaster, Trebor and Westfield.

There is one domestic Tier One Paralympic Games-only Partner, Sainsburys and two domestic Tier Three Paralympic Games-only Suppliers, Otto Bock and Panasonic. The London 2012 Paralympic Games also acknowledges the support of the National Lottery.







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Las Vegas Bankruptcy Lawyers at Aaron & Paternoster Comment On Report About Payday Loan Companies

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 07, 2014

Some loan companies that offer short-term loans known as payday loans charge interest rates as high as 355 percent, according to an NBC Connecticut article about such companies, news that came as no surprise to Las Vegas bankruptcy attorney Matthew E. Aaron, co-founder of Aaron & Paternoster.

Aaron expressed his comments in response to an article published by NBC about payday loan companies. (NBC Connecticut, Online Payday Loan Borrowers Charge Sky-High Rates, Sept. 10, 2014)

Predatory payday loan companies often take advantage of people who simply need a little extra money on short notice, Aaron said. We realize banks and other financial institutions must charge interest to lend people money. But when the interest people pay on these loans adds up to far more than the original loan, such practices go far beyond the bounds of whats acceptable and allowed under the law. Thats why we applaud the efforts of state officials taking legal action against payday loan companies that violate the law. This article also reminds that consumers need to be extremely careful before they agree to borrow money from any payday loan company.

Payday loan companies are only allowed to charge a certain percentage rate for such loans, according to NBC Connecticut. Specifically, the legal limit is 12 percent in Connecticut. The Connecticut Department of Banking investigated several loan companies that charge more than 12 percent for payday loans. Earlier this year, the state reached a settlement with two such companies found to be in violation of the law, according to NBC Connecticut.

Federal law limits the interest rate payday loan companies can charge military families nationwide, according to an article published by KSNV News 3. (KSNV News 3, Nevada’s pay day loan rate among highest in country, April 22, 2014) The limit is 36 percent, KSNV News 3 reported.

But not all states have limits on interest rates charged by payday loan companies. In Nevada, there are no limits, KSNV News 3 reported. As a result, a study conducted by the Pew Charitable Trusts found that Nevada payday lenders charged an average of 521 percent annual interest on their loans, KSNV News 3 reported.

The Connecticut Department of Banking also warned consumers about the dangers of borrowing money from payday loan companies owned by Native American tribes, according to the NBC Connecticut news report.

They say you can’t touch us because we’re on an Indian reservation, said Howard Pitkin, commissioner of the state Department of Banking, as quoted by NBC Connecticut. Tribal sovereignty.”

Many people probably dont realize just how expensive or risky paydays can be, according to Las Vegas, NV bankruptcy attorney Glenn A. Paternoster, co-founder of Aaron & Paternoster.

Many people are forced to file for bankruptcy because of the financial burden of payday loans, Paternoster said. While a payday loan might seem like a solution to a short-term financial problem, they often end up costing people more money and problems in the long run. There are many companies out there that take advantage of hard-working people throughout Nevada. Thats why we take these cases so seriously and work so hard to hold companies accountable for their actions.

For more information about what to do if you believe youre a victim of a payday loan company in Nevada or California and the legal options available to families, call (702) 384-411 or go to: http://www.aaronpaternoster.com/contact-us/

About Aaron & Paternoster

Located in Las Vegas and serving clients throughout Nevada and California, the experienced lawyers at Aaron & Paternoster have a well-earned reputation for being knowledgeable, dedicated attorneys in Las Vegas, NV that get the job done right. Founded in 1996, the law firm handles a wide range of legal cases, including car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, property accidents, casino accidents, bankruptcy, workers compensation and other cases. Aaron & Paternoster is committed to helping injury victims obtain the compensation they rightfully deserve. Our firm works on a contingency fee basis. That means clients do not pay any fees if they dont win.

Aaron & Paternoster

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Las Vegas, NV 89102

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