Source: 8/17/2012


LEXINGTON, N.C. - Rex Venture Group, the company that operates and Zeek Rewards, has closed its headquarters and is apparently under investigation by the North Carolina Attorney General. Signs posted on the windows of the company's headquarters stated that the offices were closed and instructed visitors to check the company's website for more information. As of today, and had no further information other the following message: "Zeek Rewards is currently unavailable. More information will be available shortly on this website."

The North Carolina Attorney General's office has received dozens of complaints and inquiries about the company since February.

An unidentified spokesperson for Zeek Rewards said the company closed so that it could respond to a Civil Investigative Demand - an administrative subpoena issued when the Attorney General suspects an individual or organization may have information relevant to an ongoing investigation.

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