felon jack phillips scams charges ( 9 counts) guilty lebanon

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MRS GEE

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#1 Aug 27, 2009
JACK PHILLIPS (JACKY JR. PHILLIPS) LEBANON OR
CASE # 00112764 LINN COUNTY OREGON CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION FELONY SENTENCING REPORT
DEFENDANT
PHILLIPS, JACKY JUNIOR
XXXXX LACOMB DR. LEBANON OR. DOB 2-11-1935
Count 1Unlawful Gambling in the first Degree ( ors167.127) C-F UNLAWFULLY and KNOWINGLY promote Unlawful.... Count 2 AGGRAVATED THEFT IN THE FIRST DEGREE ( ORS 164.057) C-F
THE SAID Defendant dId in Linn County, State of Oregon Count 3 SELLING A SECURITY WITHOUT A LICENSE (ORS59.165) B-F Count 4 UNLAWFULLY AND KNOWINGLY OFFER FOR SALE, AND SELL, SECURITIES TO
VARIOUS BUYERS, SECURITIES, TO WIT:Profit
Reimbursement Enhanced Program,Count 5 UNLAWFULLY AND KNOWINGLY OFFER FOR SALE, AND SELL, SECURITIES
Count 6 SECURITIES FRAUD ( ORS 59.135) B-F
THE SAID Defendant did in Linn County, State of Oregon during Count 7 SECURITIES FRAUD ( ORS 59.135) B-F
THE SAID Defendant did in Linn County, State of Oregon during Count 8 Unlawful Gambling in the first Degree ( ors167.127) C-F Count 9 Unlawful Gambling in the first Degree ( ors167.127) C-F EACH OFFENCE ABOVE IS CONTRARY TO THE STATUES IN SUCH CASES MADE ND PROVIDED AND AGAINST THE PEACE AND DIGNITY OF THE STATE OF OREGON.
Jack Phillips

Boise, ID

#6 Apr 6, 2010
Jack Phillips is still a fraud monster, needs to go to jail. His partner Donald James Elliott needs to go with him. Gail Cato, Elaina Luann Lance, Swainson Hawke, Paul E Emerson still swindling, beware
joe jacobi

Louisville, KY

#7 Nov 29, 2010
they are all scum and low life pieces of shit.
Time for Justice

Boise, ID

#8 Oct 22, 2012
Sent: Monday, October 01, 2012 2:32 AM
Subject: SLC Tribune - charged Wednesday Oregon native Jack Phillips, 77, and James

Click here: http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/54975686-78...
Two charged with high-priced investment scam | The Salt Lake ...
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4 days ago – Two men were charged Wednesday with swindling two Utah families out ... Oregon native Jack Phillips, 77, and 58-year-old James Elliott were ...

Two men have been charged with swindling two Utah families out of hundreds of thousands of dollars by persuading them to invest in a bogus emerald operation.
Oregon native Jack Phillips, 77, and 58-year-old James Elliott were charged Wednesday in 3rd District Court with two counts each of securities fraud, a second-degree felony.
In two separate incidents described by the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office, Phillips and Elliott allegedly persuaded two Utah couples in 2007 to give them $30,000 for what they characterized as a risk-free investment in emeralds that would triple their contribution in three months.
Prosecutors allege that Phillips also persuaded one man to sell his business and give him the profit, which amounted to $270,000, under the promise that he would get a return of $900,000 from the fake enterprise. The couples wired their money to a Tennessee bank account that investigators later discovered listed Elliott, his wife and children as the principal signers. They found that most of the money in that account was spent on personal expenses that had nothing to do with the purported investment.
Along with promises of skyrocketing returns, the alleged victims were also promised that they would get their money returned to them if the investment didn’t pay off and that Phillips and Elliott already had buyers lined up for the emeralds.
Phillips was convicted in Oregon of unlawful gambling in 2002, court documents state. He was ordered as part of his sentencing not to engage in any financial counseling or services with anyone.
Time for Justice

Boise, ID

#9 Oct 22, 2012
Jack Phillips wrote:
Jack Phillips is still a fraud monster, needs to go to jail. His partner Donald James Elliott needs to go with him. Gail Cato, Elaina Luann Lance, Swainson Hawke, Paul E Emerson still swindling, beware
IT IS ABOUT TIME

Sent: Monday, October 01, 2012 2:32 AM

Subject: SLC Tribune - charged Wednesday Oregon native Jack Phillips, 77, and James

Click here: http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/54975686-78...
Two charged with high-priced investment scam | The Salt Lake ...
www.sltrib.com/sltrib/.../phillips-elliott-in...
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4 days ago – Two men were charged Wednesday with swindling two Utah families out ... Oregon native Jack Phillips, 77, and 58-year-old James Elliott were ...

Two men have been charged with swindling two Utah families out of hundreds of thousands of dollars by persuading them to invest in a bogus emerald operation.
Oregon native Jack Phillips, 77, and 58-year-old James Elliott were charged Wednesday in 3rd District Court with two counts each of securities fraud, a second-degree felony.
In two separate incidents described by the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office, Phillips and Elliott allegedly persuaded two Utah couples in 2007 to give them $30,000 for what they characterized as a risk-free investment in emeralds that would triple their contribution in three months.
Prosecutors allege that Phillips also persuaded one man to sell his business and give him the profit, which amounted to $270,000, under the promise that he would get a return of $900,000 from the fake enterprise. The couples wired their money to a Tennessee bank account that investigators later discovered listed Elliott, his wife and children as the principal signers. They found that most of the money in that account was spent on personal expenses that had nothing to do with the purported investment.
Along with promises of skyrocketing returns, the alleged victims were also promised that they would get their money returned to them if the investment didn’t pay off and that Phillips and Elliott already had buyers lined up for the emeralds.
Phillips was convicted in Oregon of unlawful gambling in 2002, court documents state. He was ordered as part of his sentencing not to engage in any financial counseling or services with anyone.
Jack Phillips

Boise, ID

#10 Oct 22, 2012
Go to Patrick Pretty blog page see picture - see for yourself

UPDATED 12:51 P.M. EDT (U.S.A.) This man (photo left) has been identified by a PP Blog reader as Jack Phillips, a suspect in an alleged swindle involving investments in purported emeralds.

Phillips, 77, is a resident of Oregon. He was charged criminally last week in Salt Lake County, Utah, in the alleged emeralds caper.

Zeek Rewards listed a member by the name of “Jack Junior Phillips,” according to materials viewed by the PP Blog. Zeek’s Jack Junior Phillips was a “Diamond” member and appears to be associated with a Oregon entity known as Yes You Can LLC.

The Blog is seeking to determine conclusively if the Jack Phillips pictured on the left and associated with the alleged emeralds fraud is the same Jack Phillips associated with Zeek Rewards as a “diamond” affiliate.

Two readers now have contacted the PP Blog, saying they were swindled by Jack Phillips in the alleged emeralds fraud.

“We were solicited by Jack Phillips to [triple] our money in a matter of 90 days,” one reader wrote.

The other reader asserted that the alleged emeralds caper involved a purported showing of the precious gems in Sarasota, Fla.

“There were more than 30 families involved in this scam,” the reader wrote.
Time for Justice

Boise, ID

#11 Nov 21, 2012
The EMERALDS have not sold

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