PRODUCT: Exclusive License To Arrange To Sell Advertising To The Exxon Mobile Corporation

Exclusive License provides the BUYER the exclusive right to sell commercial advertising time to the Exxon Mobile Corporation, on behalf of BiggestCrime2000THREE TM.



BUYER will receive a written and signed license agreement that provides exclusive rights to serve as the middleman, to arrange advertising agreement(s) between BiggestCrime2000THREE (TM) and the Exxon Mobile Corporation. And be entitled to earn a profit, which will be the difference between what the BUYER convinces the Exxon Mobile Corporation to pay for the advertisements, and what BiggestCrime2000THREE TM agrees to accept.



The programming where the advertising is to appear will be a reality television competition series (RTCS) that is in pre-launch. Carefully read the content on http://www.firstbiggestcrime.blogspot.com to learn more about the RTCS.



The Exclusive License shall be in effect for 15 years from the time that it is sold to the Buyer. The Exclusive License shall apply to the television, cable, radio, and/or the on-line broadcast of BiggestCrime2000THREE TM the RTCS, or any modified versions thereof. Implementation of all advertising shall be based on a "whenever possible" model.



No refunds of the Exclusive License fees shall be granted nor allowed. Price: $1,000








THE "$7 MILLION PRESIDIO-JOURNALISM FRAUD CONTEST" below is OUTDATED. But the facts and allegations therein still apply. They may make for interesting reading:




What Is The $7 Million Presidio-Journalism Contest?







The $7 Million Presidio-Journalism Contest is a contest that will pay $1 million to the contestant or team of contestants that is the first to provide the best and most useful information, evidence, and/or explaination, that help to prove that the December, 2001, San Francisco magazine article, "Trouble In The Presidio," by Kerry Tremain, was commissioned, written, and/or published, primarily to cause, justify, and/or support, the removal and replacement of one or more top contract proposal decision-makers at the Presidio Trust, such as the then Executive Director, James Meadows, the then Director of Operations, Bruce Anderson, etc., so that the conspirators could better empower one or more other person(s) to make the types of contract-proposal award decisions that would better faciliate the conspirators efforts to ulitize fraud in their misappropriation of the extremely valuable confidential information belonging to Robert Evans, the owner of BiggestCrime.com.



The $7 Million Presidio-Journalism Contest will also pay $1 million to the contestant or team of contestants that is the first to provide the second, best and most useful information, evidence, and/or explaination, that help to prove that the December, 2001, San Francisco magazine article, "Trouble In The Presidio," by Kerry Tremain, was commissioned, written, and/or published, primarily to cause, justify, and/or support, the removal and replacement of one or more top contract proposal decision-makers at the Presidio Trust, such as the then Executive Director, James Meadows, the then Director of Operations, Bruce Anderson, etc., so that the conspirators could better empower one or more other person(s) to make the types of contract-proposal award decisions that would better faciliate the conspirators efforts to ulitize fraud in their misappropriation of the extremely valuable confidential information belonging to Robert Evans, owner of BiggestCrime.com.



The $7 Million Presidio-Journalism Contest will also pay $1 million to the contestant or team of contestants that is the first to provide the third, best and most useful information, evidence, and/or explaination, that help to prove that the December, 2001, San Francisco magazine article, "Trouble In The Presidio," by Kerry Tremain, was commissioned, written, and/or published, primarily to cause, justify, and/or support, the removal and replacement of one or more top contract proposal decision-makers at the Presidio Trust, such as the then Executive Director, James Meadows, the then Director of Operations, Bruce Anderson, etc., so that the conspirators could better empower one or more other person(s) to make the types of contract-proposal award decisions that would better faciliate the conspirators efforts to ulitize fraud in their misappropriation of the extremely valuable confidential information belonging to Robert Evans, owner of BiggestCrime.com.The $7 Million Presidio-Journalism Contest will also pay $1 million to the contestant or team of contestants that is the first to provide the fourth, best and most useful information, evidence, and/or explaination, that help to prove that the December, 2001, San Francisco magazine article, "Trouble In The Presidio," by Kerry Tremain, was commissioned, written, and/or published, primarily to cause, justify, and/or support, the removal and replacement of one or more top contract proposal decision-makers at the Presidio Trust, such as the then Executive Director, James Meadows, the then Director of Operations, Bruce Anderson, etc., so that the conspirators could better empower one or more other person(s) to make the types of contract-proposal award decisions that would better faciliate the conspirators efforts to ulitize fraud in their misappropriation of the extremely valuable confidential information belonging to Robert Evans, owner of BiggestCrime.com.



The $7 Million Presidio-Journalism Contest will pay $500,000 to the contestant or team of contestants that is the first to provide the fifth, best and most useful information, evidence, and/or explaination, that help to prove that the December, 2001, San Francisco magazine article, "Trouble In The Presidio," by Kerry Tremain, was commissioned, written, and/or published, primarily to cause, justify, and/or support, the removal and replacement of one or more top contract proposal decision-makers at the Presidio Trust, such as the then Executive Director, James Meadows, the then Director of Operations, Bruce Anderson, etc., so that the conspirators could better empower one or more other person(s) to make the types of contract-proposal award decisions that would better faciliate the conspirators efforts to ulitize fraud in their misappropriation of the extremely valuable confidential information belonging to Robert Evans, owner of BiggestCrime.com.



The $7 Million Presidio-Journalism Contest will also pay $500,000 to the contestant or team of contestants that is the first to provide the sixth, best and most useful information, evidence, and/or explaination, that help to prove that the December, 2001, San Francisco magazine article, "Trouble In The Presidio," by Kerry Tremain, was commissioned, written, and/or published, primarily to cause, justify, and/or support, the removal and replacement of one or more top contract proposal decision-makers at the Presidio Trust, such as the then Executive Director, James Meadows, the then Director of Operations, Bruce Anderson, etc., so that the conspirators could better empower one or more other person(s) to make the types of contract-proposal award decisions that would better faciliate the conspirators efforts to ulitize fraud in their misappropriation of the extremely valuable confidential information belonging to Robert Evans, owner of BiggestCrime.com.



The $7 Million Presidio-Journalism Contest will pay $100,000 EACH to the contestants or teams of contestants that are the first to provide the next ten, best and most useful information, evidence, and/or explaination, that help to prove that the December, 2001, San Francisco magazine article, "Trouble In The Presidio," by Kerry Tremain, was commissioned, written, and/or published, primarily to cause, justify, and/or support, the removal and replacement of one or more top contract proposal decision-makers at the Presidio Trust, such as the then Executive Director, James Meadows, the then Director of Operations, Bruce Anderson, etc., so that the conspirators could better empower one or more other person(s) to make the types of contract-proposal award decisions that would better faciliate the conspirators efforts to ulitize fraud in their misappropriation of the extremely valuable confidential information belonging to Robert Evans, owner of BiggestCrime.com.



The $7 Million Presidio-Journalism Contest will pay $50,000 EACH to the twenty contestants or teams of contestants that are the first to provide the next twenty, best and most useful information, evidence, and/or explaination, that help to prove that the December, 2001, San Francisco magazine article, "Trouble In The Presidio," by Kerry Tremain, was commissioned, written, and/or published, primarily to cause, justify, and/or support, the removal and replacement of one or more top contract proposal decision-makers at the Presidio Trust, such as the then Executive Director, James Meadows, the then Director of Operations, Bruce Anderson, etc., so that the conspirators could better empower one or more other person(s) to make the types of contract-proposal award decisions that would better faciliate the conspirators efforts to ulitize fraud in their misappropriation of the extremely valuable confidential information belonging to Robert Evans, owner of BiggestCrime.com.







The first prize winner or winning team shall receive the $1 Million payment whenever Robert Evans receives $5 Million in net profits from any film produced to show the corruption and conspiracy involved in the misappropriation of confidential information belonging to Robert Evans. The second prize winner or winning team shall receive the $1 Million payment whenever Robert Evans receives $10 Million in net profits from any film produced to show the corruption and conspiracy involved in the misappropriation of confidential information belonging to Robert Evans. The third prize winner or winning team shall receive the $1 Million payment whenever Robert Evans receives $15 Million in net profits from any film produced to show the corruption and conspiracy involved in the misappropriation of confidential information belonging to Robert Evans.







The fourth prize winner or winning team shall receive the $1 Million payment whenever Robert Evans receives $20 Million in net profits from any film produced to show the corruption and conspiracy involved in the misappropriation of confidential information belonging to Robert Evans.







The fifth prize winner or winning team shall receive the $500,000 payment whenever Robert Evans receives $25 Million in net profits from any film produced to show the corruption and conspiracy involved in the misappropriation of confidential information belonging to Robert Evans







The sixth prize winner or winning team shall receive the $500,000 payment whenever Robert Evans receives $25 Million in net profits from any film produced to show the corruption and conspiracy involved in the misappropriation of confidential information belonging to Robert Evans







The ten $100,000 prize winners or winning teams shall EACH receive the payment whenever Robert Evans receives $30 Million in net profits from any film produced to show the corruption and conspiracy involved in the misappropriation of confidential information belonging to Robert Evans.







The twenty $50,000 prize winners or winning teams shall EACH receive the payment whenever Robert Evans receives $35 Million in net profits from any film produced to show the corruption and conspiracy involved in the misappropriation of confidential information belonging to Robert Evans.











Method Of Submission



1. All types of submissions are accepted ONLY after the payment of the $250 entry fee is received, and the delivery address is provided to the contestant or team of contestants.



2. Submissions received after the awarding of a particular cash prize, are disqualified for that particular cash prize. Submissions received after all cash prizes are awarded, are disqualified for all cash prizes.



3. All submissions shall become the property of Robert Evans



4. No refunds will be provided of the entry fee.







Method Of Payment



1. There is no guarantee that any, or enough, net profits will be received by Robert Evans to pay the cash prizes.







Method Of Judging



1. Any submissions of evidence, information, and explainations that are substantially similar to evidence, information, or explaination, that have been otherwise and independently obtained by Robert Evans, at a prior date, do not qualify.



2. Submissions of evidence, information, or explainations, submitted before payment of entry fee, do not qualify.



3. Bonus Judging Points will be awarded for the following types of submissions:



official documents, sworn affidavits, video recordings, audio recordings, etc.







Method Of Paying $250 Entry Fee



1. Click "CONTEST ENTRY FEE" AT THE TOP OF THIS WEBSITE:  http://www.biggestcrime.com/











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