Well, I hate to say I told you so, but I kind of did.
As of 9:22p on August 16th, here’s what ZeekRewards.com looks like (click to enlarge):
Check out the snip from an article below:
“Rex Venture Group, which operates the online penny auction site Zeekler.com and affiliates program Zeek Rewards, has closed its headquarters for the remainder of the week for undisclosed reasons.
The company, known to most as Zeek, posted three signs on the windows of its headquarters at 803 W. Center St. in Lexington by about 4 p.m. on Thursday that stated the office will be closed, telling visitors to “check the website for more information.” As of 6:22 p.m., there was no further information available on Zeekler.com or zeekrewards.com.
Zeekler.com and zeekrewards.com were offline as of 9 p.m.
The company also announced it is canceling its upcoming “Red Carpet” event, scheduled for Wednesday. The announcement, made on zeekrewardsnews.com, also advised readers to continue to monitor its websites for more information to be forthcoming.
On Monday, the company also advised Zeek Rewards affiliates there would be no training, recruitment and leadership calls during “the next few days while planning is going on,” according to a message on zeekrewards.com.”
I’m also hearing the company has been drawing the attention of at least one state Attorney General.
Not looking too good for Zeek and it’s reps at this point. More as it comes in.
Update August 17th 10:36pm Pacific:
Wall Street Journal Reports That SEC Has Shut Down Zeek Rewards