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Beth

AOL

#1 Jul 29, 2009
What is going on at Trinity Plantation?...I thought that place was going to boom. All those lots are still empty????
Deer Hunter

Texarkana, TX

#2 Jul 29, 2009
Beth wrote:
What is going on at Trinity Plantation?...I thought that place was going to boom. All those lots are still empty????
You been lie to and taken. Trinity will never boom.
Beth

AOL

#3 Jul 29, 2009
My mother has a couple of lots there. She was holding on to them hoping they would sale during that so called boom. Had them on the market for over two years and not a single bite. Does anyone know what the plan is for Trinity Plantation?
Deer Hunter

Texarkana, TX

#4 Jul 29, 2009
Beth wrote:
My mother has a couple of lots there. She was holding on to them hoping they would sale during that so called boom. Had them on the market for over two years and not a single bite. Does anyone know what the plan is for Trinity Plantation?
Sorry for your mom, maybe she can give them away as gifts.
Former Resident

Coolidge, TX

#5 Jul 29, 2009
Trinity Plantation was and still is a scam for investors and more. They promised all the potential buyers a grand subdivision with all the best of services. To date, they have not done much of anything to improve the area, much less offer 1/3 of what was promised. Pinecrest is a better buy, close and not as much snooty folks that want to be in everyone else's business.
sorryBeth

College Station, TX

#6 Aug 22, 2009
Beth, sorry to hear about your mothers situation. Trinity Plantation was a real estate scam by a company called Trinity County Land Development, L.P. The parent company of this was Dunrich Holding Company of Colorado. The two most responsible parties for the stealing of your mothers funds were Richard C. Jennings and Casey Dunn. This property will never materialize in her and likely your lifetime. It is a nice area, but really all you could ever hope for is to work with the Trinity County leadership to understand what really happened and what if any plans there are to attract other developers. There is another company called 3D Resorts that claims to have purchased the land from the scam artists mentioned above, however nothing has been done with this land and the Trinity Plantation Home Owners Association has a pending lawsuit to remove any of the land sold by any of these organizations mentioned from their responsibility. I suspect what is actually happening is the same company that sold the land at an inflated price is waiting for all the people that purchased land there to default on any and all loans and then they can pick up the land for the tax burdens. If you have the time and the funds you might want to just start becoming a land owner out there because there is only so much land on this earth....some day some one will want to do something with a peice and dirt and they have to buy it from someone at a market price.
linda

Houston, TX

#9 Jun 16, 2010
sorryBeth wrote:
Beth, sorry to hear about your mothers situation. Trinity Plantation was a real estate scam by a company called Trinity County Land Development, L.P. The parent company of this was Dunrich Holding Company of Colorado. The two most responsible parties for the stealing of your mothers funds were Richard C. Jennings and Casey Dunn. This property will never materialize in her and likely your lifetime. It is a nice area, but really all you could ever hope for is to work with the Trinity County leadership to understand what really happened and what if any plans there are to attract other developers. There is another company called 3D Resorts that claims to have purchased the land from the scam artists mentioned above, however nothing has been done with this land and the Trinity Plantation Home Owners Association has a pending lawsuit to remove any of the land sold by any of these organizations mentioned from their responsibility. I suspect what is actually happening is the same company that sold the land at an inflated price is waiting for all the people that purchased land there to default on any and all loans and then they can pick up the land for the tax burdens. If you have the time and the funds you might want to just start becoming a land owner out there because there is only so much land on this earth....some day some one will want to do something with a peice and dirt and they have to buy it from someone at a market price.
Does anyone know how I would get in contact with the Home Owners Association to make sure I am the lawsuit?
HOA-Something Stinks

Fairfield, TX

#10 Jun 16, 2010
I would not play the HOA game here, they will only upset you and create more problems than already have been done. The residents are a big part of the non growth here and they continue to change the rules and want to be the law of the land. Many people that bought here have tried to sue someone and found it's called due dilligence and have not a leg to stand on. Dont buy into the hype.
Scammed

Austin, TX

#11 Aug 2, 2010
My wife and I agreed to purchase a lot back in 2006 with the promise that within 6 months they would have a marina, and cabins, and a boat storage facility, and another 9 holes added to the golf course! We went back after a year and a half and nothing was done? Not even started? We quit paying the note and now are faced with the taxes? I have not been able to contact anyone since the Colorado bunch got out of the picture? They can have it! I don't know what else to do? I just hope that not paying the taxes won't come back on me?
Scammed! Lol!
God Bless
Cindy Vicksburg Ms

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#12 Sep 16, 2010
I purchase a lot back in 2007 and have been unable to go back an check on the progress. From wha I am reading nothing has been done, so why is the Home Owner Association charging me monthly to upkeep my lot????

“Gone Bananas!”

Since: Feb 10

State of Trinity

#13 Sep 16, 2010
This seems to be Trinity's legacy...burn everybody...all the time!

(Trinitard claps the cymbals together 3 times)
Antonio

Katy, TX

#14 Sep 18, 2010
Please help, I just received a letter from the HOA telling me about the lawsuit and that the company 3-D resort has been foreclosed, what is going to happen with my land? Does anybody kwnos what to do? I am paying every month my mortgage and the HOA and before also the Country Club fee, what now?
Brooke

Spring, TX

#15 Sep 19, 2010
I'm SO disgusted with this Trinity Plantation situation. We've sunk about $13K into our lot there thus far. It was supposed to be an investement towards our kids college education.
I'm planning to contact an attorney and/or the media and try to find all the other people like ourselves that have been scammed by this company so that we can all chip in together and hire a reputable attorney to go after this company and recoupe some of our losses. If you would like to send me your e-mail address I will gladly keep you informed.
My e-mail address is texasanops@sbcglobal.net
Beemer

Hemphill, TX

#16 Sep 19, 2010
I would love to see someone successfully go after these people. Trinity Plantation is not the only subdivision where there were all kinds of promises made. Once Lake Livingston came about- every crook around came to take advantage and rip folks off.
Steve

Denver, CO

#17 Oct 5, 2010
I introduced my colleague to buy a lot because I believed in TP. We were swindled by Casey Dunn and his crooks. I spoke with the attorney in Sante Fe that rep. a couple that won judgment, but to collect anything..it is impossible...If someone has a plan.... i like to hear it....White Collar crime is something the ADA would not touch ....
Louisiana Larry

United States

#18 Nov 5, 2010
I was taken by these guys also. Please keep an update because i'm still paying.
Joe Maldonado

Belleview, FL

#19 Jan 5, 2011
Did anyone build out there at all?
TexasGirl

United States

#20 Jan 5, 2011
I currently live in Trinity Plantation! I have lived her for about 9 years and there have only been 2 homes built since I have been here. The houses that are currently here from my understanding have nothing to do with the developers that come and go. One house that was built the people had to build on generators because the developers at the time refused to run power! To be honest I do not try to keep up with who owns the club house and open lots because they come and go so often. We just pay our dues and go on about our business. At one point the developers would bring you out, feed you hamburgers, and ride you around a lie straight to your face! If you have a lot out here I would suggest that you try to sell it!
Lake area welding

United States

#21 Jan 6, 2011
They got me to, run!
Steve

Denver, CO

#22 Jan 6, 2011
We have a lot in the older section 1 on Tara Ave on the H2O. I am pissed off with Casey and his crew. I am looking for a conglomerate to go after the developers, if possible, I know 3D is also Casey's group.

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