UPDATE - 12/5/2018

On November 30, 2018, the Receiver filed Receiver's Final Report, Final Distribution Request, and Motion to Wind Up Receivership Estate and Release Receiver. The Receiver will post when the plan has been approved and will then immediately move to close this estate and make the final distribution.

UPDATE - 9/18/18

We have just learned that we have a $0 balance with the IRS. We will be moving in the near future to close this receivership and make the final distribution.

UPDATE - 2/20/18

On December 25, 2017, the Receiver received notice from the IRS that all penalties associated with the second of the three pending tax appeals will be abated (removed) in full. This decision will save the receivership estate an additional $69,618. At this point in time, there is now only one appeal pending. Once this final appeal is resolved, the Receiver will begin the process of closing the estate. The Receiver currently is unaware of when the final pending appeal will be resolved. However, the Receiver is hopeful that it will be resolved favorably in the coming weeks.

UPDATE - 11/13/17

On Friday, November 10, 2017, the Receiver received notice from the IRS that all penalties associated with one of the three pending tax appeals will be abated (removed) in full. This decision will save the receivership estate in excess of $70,000. There are still two appeals pending. The Receiver currently is unaware of when the pending appeals will be resolved. However, the Receiver is hopeful they will be resolved favorably in the coming weeks.

THIRD DISTRIBUTION APPROVED

On May 30, 2017, the Receiver filed his Twelfth Interim Status Report and Motion to Approve Interim Distribution. On May 31, 2017, the Court accepted the report and approved the request of the Receiver to make a third interim distribution of estate funds.

The Receiver's frustration with the IRS and the continued inability to determine when the appeal of penalties levied by the IRS will conclude lead to this filing. The Court has reviewed the report and the request by the Receiver to fund a third distribution. The Receiver has been hesitant to incur the cost of a third distribution, hoping to conclude the issues with the IRS and make one final distribution of all funds. However, given the continued uncertainty, a third distribution will be made in the coming weeks and a final distribution once the IRS issues are finally resolved.

J. DAVID FINANCIAL QUARTERLY REPORT

The J. David Financial Quarterly Report for the Reporting Period 8/01/2016 to 10/31/2016 can be viewed at this link.

UPDATE - 6/10/16

On June 8, 2016, the Receiver filed Receiver's Eleventh Interim Report. A copy of the Report is also posted in the "Reports" tab on this page.

UPDATE - 4/14/16

In January the Receiver provided an update on matters remaining before this proceeding can be closed. As stated, the only remaining matters are pending before the IRS. To the dismay of the Receiver, there remain 3 returns that are still being discussed with the IRS. The Receiver has asked the IRS to move promptly to resolve these issues but can do little more to make the government act.

The Receiver will post when these matters have been resolved and will then immediately move to close this estate and make the final distribution.

UPDATE - 2/5/16

The Receiver is beginning to receive calls and emails with regard to the tax treatment of investor claims and distributions. The Receiver will not be sending out any tax related forms or providing any tax related advice as each investor's situation is different. Please contact your tax advisor for how to handle this aspect of your return.

UPDATE - 1/20/16

The matters mentioned in the last update have been resolved with the exception of matters before the IRS. The final loan has paid as agreed and the Receiver has reached agreement on the terms to settle the open litigation. These terms are in the process of being documented and presented to the court for approval. The Receiver is getting closer to having all matters resolved and is down to the one issue over which he has the least control. Further updates will be provided as the IRS issues are resolved.

UPDATE - 11/9/15

The open matters outlined in the July update remain open. The receiver has been told that the one loan that remains to be paid will be paid by December 1, 2015. There is one litigation matter that remains open and the parties are engaged in negotiations to resolve the dispute. The Receiver's accountants have made substantial progress with the IRS. By the end of the year the Receiver should be able to predict the closing of the estate and the timing of the final distribution. The Receiver is hopeful that the final distribution will be in the first quarter of 2016.

UPDATE - 7/21/15

There are a number of matters that need to be resolved before we can close this estate. We have several remaining issues open with the IRS. We have litigation against people who we believe were unfairly paid more than they should have been. We have one loan to be paid from the disposition of real estate. These remaining issues are complicated and do not allow the Receiver to predict when the matter will be finally closed. All of these matters are in play to increase the distribution to investors. If we have anything of importance to report we will do it on this website by way of update. If you check back and find that nothing has changed, our lack of an update means there is nothing new to report. We thank you for your patience.

UPDATE - 3/30/15 - SECOND INTERIM DISTRIBUTION CHECKS

As indicated in the update of March 4, 2015, the Claims Team and Accountants for the Receiver have completed the necessary arrangements to accomplish the Second Interim Distribution. Checks have been mailed today and should be cashed promptly.

UPDATE - 3/4/15

On March 2, 2015, the Court approved the Receiver's motion to distribute an additional $10,000,000 to the approved claimants in this proceeding. See Order Granting Motion to Approve Second Interim Distribution. The Receiver and his staff will begin immediately to make arrangements for the disbursement. Funds needed for the disbursement are not available until mid-March 2015 when certain certificates of deposit mature. Claimants can expect their second checks in April 2015.

UPDATE - 3/2/15

On February 27, 2015, the Receiver filed a Motion to Approve Second Interim Distribution. A copy of the Motion is also posted in the "Pleadings" tab on this page.

UPDATE - 2/4/15

On February 3, 2015, the Receiver filed Receiver's Tenth Interim Report. A copy of the Report is also posted in the "Reports" tab on this page.

UPDATE - 1/8/15

The Receiver is in the process of planning a meeting with his accountant advisors to determine the status of all final tax returns and the possibility of a second distribution. Schedules indicate that this meeting will take place near the end of January. At this time, it appears that several remaining tasks to be completed may hinder the closing of the estate as planned in the first quarter of this year. To avoid more delay in returning funds to the investor victims of Select Asset, the Receiver intends to gather better information on the timing of the liquidation of the two remaining financial assets, the final tax returns and one remaining lawsuit that may be filed. The Receiver would like the investors to know that if it appears that these open issues will not be resolved in the next few months, the discussion with his advisors will center on a possible significant distribution of the cash on hand leaving sufficient funds to complete the liquidation of the remaining assets, the final distribution and costs associated with closing the estate. The Receiver expects to provide his Tenth Interim Report on these matters in the first week of February.

UPDATE - 6/11/14

On June 9, 2014, the Receiver filed Receiver's Seventh Motion to Approve Claims and on June 10, 2014, the Court signed an Order granting the motion. Copies of the motion and order are also posted under the Pleadings tab.

UPDATE - 5/27/14

The receivership is in its final stages. Several issues remain to be resolved. First, the Receiver is required to develop and file certain tax returns for the estate entities and the accounting firm that has worked with the Receiver has been engaged to complete this work. The Receiver and his accountants expect that these returns will be filed by October 15, 2014. Second, there remain 5 claims against the estate. The Receiver's claims team has reached agreement with one of the claimants and his claim will be filed for approval by the Court. The remaining four claims are in dispute. Some information has been obtained from these claimants and more has been requested. This information will be evaluated promptly upon receipt so that these four claims can either be approved or denied and the claims process terminated. Third, there are three assets that remain to be liquidated, including two pieces of real estate and one loan. The real estate is listed and evaluated periodically to determine if a listing price adjustment will lead to a sale. The Receiver desires to sell the real estate for the highest possible price, but is mindful as well of the market and the need to bring this matter to a close. The loan that remains will mature in March 2015 and as it is currently being paid as agreed and bears an attractive rate of interest (and the Receiver's efforts to sell the loan have not resulted in a sale) the Receiver intends to collect the loan at maturity. All indications are that the loan will be paid in full at maturity. Finally, due to the expense and because the Court has only authorized one interim distribution and a final distribution, the Receiver does not intend to make a second interim distribution. Assuming the remaining assets are sold timely, the final distribution and motion to close this matter will not be made until at least April 2015.

UPDATE - 4/11/14

On April 9, 2014, the Receiver filed Receiver's Sixth Motion to Approve Claims and the Court signed an Order granting the motion on the same day. Copies of the motion and order are also posted under the Pleadings tab.

UPDATE - 2/20/14

On February 19, 2014, the Receiver filed Receiver's Ninth Interim Report. A copy of the Report is also posted in the "Reports" tab on this page.

COURT SETS BAR DATE of MAY 1, 2014 FOR ALL CLAIMS

On January 21, 2014, the Court entered an order setting a bar date for all claims to be filed in this proceeding. All claims must be filed with the Receiver no later than May 1, 2014. All claims filed after that time will be denied for lack of timely presentation for consideration in this proceeding. A copy of the Court's order can be viewed at this link.

UPDATE - 1/9/2014

On October 22, 2013, the Receiver filed Receiver's Fourth Motion to Approve Claims and on December 31, 2013, the Receiver filed Receiver's Fifth Motion to Approve Claims and Second Request to Modify Previously Approved Claims. Copies of the motions are also posted under the Pleadings tab.

UPDATE - 11/5/2013 - INTERIM DISTRIBUTION

The last of the interim distribution checks were mailed today. They are being sent by first class mail. You should receive your check and a cover letter for each claim that has been approved. Many of you will receive more than one envelope and check. All of these checks should arrive within a few days. As well, the Receiver's First Unopposed Motion to Modify Claims has been filed and the modified claims approved. A copy of the motion and order are at this link. Checks for these recently approved claims are being prepared and will be released promptly.

UPDATE - 10/24/13

On October 22, 2013, the Court approved the Receiver's Fourth Motion to Approve Claims. See attached Motion and Order. With this order, there are three remaining claims to be reviewed and approved and about 47 claims that have been previously approved but that need to be adjusted due to the Court's approval of the collapse of all of the Salinas related entities into a common fund. Despite those remaining tasks associated with the claims, the checks for the approved interim distribution are in process and we will begin to release them by the middle of next week. IF YOU HAVE HAD A CHANGE OF ADDRESS SINCE YOU FILED YOUR CLAIM, PLEASE ADVISE US THROUGH THE EMAIL ON THIS WEBSITE.

UPDATE - 10/15/2013 - INTERIM DISTRIBUTION

As indicated in the last post, the Receiver and his claims team are working on both adjusting some claims against the two investment funds that were affected by the Court's ruling to collapse the Salinas entities into a common fund and to get additional claims approved that have not yet been addressed. The speed at which the adjustment of the fund claims will happen is unknown. Accordingly, the Receiver intends to take the new claims to be approved and those for which an adjustment has been agreed and submit them to the Court next week for approval to increase the number of claims that can be paid from the interim distribution. As soon as the Court has approved this next round of claims, the Receiver is prepared to begin the process of paying the interim distribution to all approved claims. If all goes well, checks should issue by late next week or early the following week.

Update - 10/1/2013 - Motion to Approve Distribution Plan Approved

On September 27, 2013, the Court signed an Order approving the Receiver's Motion to Approve Distribution Plan (the "Motion"). In the Motion, the Receiver asked the Court to collapse all of the Salinas related entities into a single common fund. As a result of the aggregation of entities, certain claims for investments in Fund I and Prime Index need to be readjusted. The Receiver and his team are working diligently to readjust these claims. Once all claims have been readjusted, the Receiver will begin the interim distribution process. Thank you for your patience.

UPDATE - 9/17/13

On September 17, 2013, the Receiver filed a Motion to Approve Plan of Distribution and Receiver's Eighth Interim Report. Copies of these documents are also posted under the Pleadings tab.

UPDATE - 9/6/13 - MOTION TO APPROVE DISTRIBUTION PLAN

As stated in previous posts to this site, the Receiver has completed a draft of his motion to the Court requesting approval of a distribution plan in this proceeding. A copy of the motion can be reviewed at this link. A copy of the plan can be reviewed at this link. There are several key issues to note.

The purpose of this posting is to inform those who have a claim in this proceeding of the plans of the Receiver and to consider any objection or concern that those with an interest in this matter may have. Please submit any such objection or comment via our email address under the Contact Us tab on this page.

After much study, both factually and legally, the Receiver has decided to ask the court to create one large pool of assets from which all victims will share. His specific reasons are outlined in the Motion. In summary, although the scheme developed by J David Financial was different in form compared to Select Asset Fund I and Select Asset Prime Index Fund, there was substantial co-mingling of funds from the investors in all three schemes to warrant creating a single pool from which to pay investors.

The Receiver has proposed an interim distribution of $10,000,000, about half of what has been collected to date. The Receiver's recommendation of this amount is conditioned on the court creating a single pool for all investors.

The Receiver's proposed interim distribution, if approved, will be paid to those who have a Court Approved claim. For those who do not yet have an approved claim, the Receiver and his claims team are working to get those claims approved and as soon as they are approved, those claimants will be paid the interim distribution as well.

The Receiver proposes to complete this interim distribution and to have one final distribution when all of the remaining assets have been liquidated.

The Receiver will delay filing the attached motion for a period of 10 days from the date of this post to allow for comment. It is the Receiver's intention to file the motion 10 days from today so long as in his opinion no meritorious objection has been raised.

If the Motion is filed as planned, once approved, the Receiver will immediately begin the process of determining the amounts to be distributed and will issue checks accordingly.

UPDATE - 8/27/13

Please refer to the July 12, 2013 and the August 20, 2013 updates below for the details of the Receiver's plan for distributions. This is an update to those posts.

The Receiver is moving the deadline to post a discussion draft of his plan for distributions on this website by one week. Complications from the accounting analysis and the need to prepare information for the plan and the motion will take a small amount of additional time. The draft will outline the plans for the distribution and the Receiver will also post his proposed motion seeking Court approval. The motion will contain the legal basis for the plan of the Receiver. These documents should be on the website no later than September 6, 2013.

The Receiver intends to leave the draft plan and the motion on the website through September 17, 2013. He will invite any comments to be sent in writing through the Receiver's email address at the "Contact Us" tab on the website.

If there is support for the plan or at least no serious objection to the plan, the Receiver intends to ask the Court for its approval. Once approval is obtained, the interim distribution can begin promptly.

UPDATE - 8/20/13 - UPDATE ON DISTRIBUTIONS

Please refer to the July 12, 2013 update below for the details of the Receiver's plan for distributions. This is an update to that post.

The Receiver expects to have a discussion draft of his plan for distributions on this website by August 30, 2013. The draft will outline the plans for the distribution and he will also post his proposed motion seeking Court approval. The motion will contain the legal basis for the plan of the Receiver.

The Receiver intends to leave the draft plan and the motion on the website through September 11, 2013. He will invite any comments to be sent in writing through the Receiver's email address at the "Contact Us" tab on the website.

If there is support for the plan or at least no serious objection to the plan, the Receiver intends to ask the Court for its approval. Once approval is obtained, the interim distribution can begin promptly.

UPDATE - 7/12/13

INTERIM DISTRIBUTION PLANS - The Receiver has approached the Court regarding the possibility of making an interim distribution of some of the money collected to date. While the Receiver believes there is money that can be distributed, any interim distribution is complicated by a number of factors. The Court has indicated that it is willing to consider a Motion for an interim distribution that will be determined on a full presentation of the merits of the plan. The factors that influence such a plan include:

First, the claims process is not complete and thus not all claims have been approved by the Court. There are approximately 284 claims in the proceeding and approximately 210 have been reviewed and approved by the Court. The remaining claims are the more complicated claims, poorly presented claims and potentially disputable claims. For instance, some claimants simply attached hundreds of pages of information to a blank claim form and submitted it to the Receiver for his team to analyze. Such poorly presented claims slow down the claims process and costs the receivership time and money to review. In addition, such poorly presented claims make it very time consuming to determine the total gross claimed amount, a number that must be determined before any interim distribution or payment can be made. Completion of the claims process will continue to take time and could take as long as the end of the year to complete. Thus if an interim distribution is to be made, only the Court approved claims would be paid the interim distribution. The remaining claims would be paid only after they have been approved by the Court. Regardless of this complication, the Receiver believes that this staged payment of an interim distribution is preferred to waiting out both the liquidation of all assets and approval of all claims.

Second, not all assets have been liquidated. The assets remaining include real estate, investments without a ready market for sale, and possible litigation. The liquidation of these assets could take a number of years. Again, this factor weighs in favor of an interim distribution.

Third, the Receiver has maintained the monies collected to date in three separate accounts - one each for (a) J David Financial/Parkway Pawn/ Select Asset Management LLC; (b) Select Asset Fund I LLC and; (c) Select Asset Prime Index Fund LLC. The reason this has been done is that early on it appeared to the Receiver that Mr. Salinas freely comingled money between J David Financial, Parkway Pawn and Select Asset Management but not so much between those entities and the two funds. In the next few weeks, the receivership accountants and the Receiver will reach a final determination on whether to keep these three accounts separate and thus pay the investors in each of these separately, or whether to recommend to the Court that all three groups be collapsed into one estate and the investors paid from a common pool. Whatever decision the Receiver and his accountants make will be presented to the Court for approval before it is implemented.

The Receiver will propose that no more than half of the money in any one account be distributed regardless of how complete the claims process may be with respect to that particular account. His reasons are (a) once the money is paid it would be time consuming and expensive to get it back so it is only prudent to maintain sufficient funds in case for some reason as the claims are finally approved the numbers shift dramatically; (b) the tax returns for all of these entities cannot be completed until just before the receivership is closed and prudence again requires that funds be maintained in the event there is any tax liability; and (c) there are on-going costs of administration.

UPDATE - 6/18/13- BJORK SENTENCED

On June 14, 2013, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Brian Bjork was ordered to prison in connection with an investment scam that defrauded nearly a dozen investors of more than $1 million. Bjork was a registered investment advisor formerly employed at J. David Financial Group and later Select Asset Management, two businesses owned and operated by deceased Friendswood financial advisor David Salinas. A federal judge in Houston sentenced Bjork to a sentence of 52 months in prison to be immediately followed by a term of three years of supervised release. Bjork was further ordered to pay $1,131,491.74 in restitution to his victims. For additional details, see the attached article.

The US Department of Justice will administer a restitution process for victims of Mr. Bjork. It is unlikely that their process will create much in the way of funds to pay victims. It is unlikely that the process will even begin until he is released from jail. The Receiver has NO CONTROL OR AUTHORITY over the United States Department of Justice restitution process. As this receivership is planned to be closed and completed well in advance of the US Department of Justice restitution process, it is not expected to have any impact on claims in this proceeding.

UPDATE - 06/11/13

On June 11, 2013, the Receiver filed Receiver's Third Motion to Approve Claims. A copy of the motion is also posted under the Pleadings tab.

UPDATE - 04/17/13

On April 16, 2013, the Receiver filed Receiver's Seventh Interim Report. A copy of the report is also posted under the "Reports" tab on this page.

UPDATE - 03/19/13

On March 19, 2013, the Receiver filed Receiver's Second Motion to Approve Claims. A copy of the motion is also posted under the Pleadings tab.

UPDATE - 01/28/13

On January 25, 2013, the Receiver filed Receiver's First Motion to Approve Claims. A copy of the motion is also posted under the Pleadings tab.

THIS IS A MOTION TO APPROVE THE CLAIMS THAT THE RECEIVER HAS REVIEWED THUS FAR.  IF YOUR CLAIM IS NOT ON THE LIST DO NOT BE CONCERNED. THE RECEIVER IS WORKING THROUGH THE CLAIMS AND GETTING THEM APPROVED AS HE HAS A LARGE ENOUGH GROUP TO WARRANT A MOTION.  THIS IS JUST THE FIRST MOTION. THERE WLL BE ADDITIONAL MOTIONS FILED.  IF THE RECEIVER HAS AN ISSUE WITH YOUR CLAIM YOU WILL BE CONTACTED.

UPDATE - 12/13/12

On December 12, 2012, the Receiver filed Receiver's Sixth Interim Report with the Court. A copy of the Report is also posted under the "Reports" tab on this page.

UPDATE - 9/10/12

On September 10, 2012, the Receiver filed Receiver's Fifth Interim Report with the Court. A copy of the Report is also posted under the "Reports" tab on this page.

UPDATE - 5/21/12

On May 21, 2011, the Receiver filed Receiver's Fourth Interim Report with the Court. A copy of the Report is also posted under the "Reports" tab on this page.

UPDATE - 2/7/12

On February 7, 2012, the Receiver filed Receiver's Third Interim Report with the Court. A copy of the Report is also posted under the "Reports" tab on this page.

UPDATE - 11/04/11

On November 3, 2011, the Receiver filed Receiver's Second Interim Report with the Court. A copy of the Report is also posted under the "Reports" tab on the left side of this page.

Fund I and Prime Fund Distributions

The Receiver has made a preliminary (not final) determination to operate Select Asset Fund I LLC and Select Asset Prime Index Fund LLC as separate from the other parties in the Receivership. This preliminary determination is based on the interviews of relevant individuals and an initial belief that money intended to be invested in these funds were not co-mingled with or mis-directed to other investments in this matter. This preliminary determination can change depending on the outcome of the investigation. The Receiver needs to complete the collection of all relevant bank statements for all of the various entities and individuals involved and the analysis of these bank statements to confirm his preliminary understanding. During this process all distributions from these funds will be suspended until a final determination is made.

UPDATE - 9/27/11

On September 27, 2011, the Receiver filed Receiver's Preliminary Report with the Court. A copy of the Report is also posted under the "Reports" tab on the left side of this page.

CLAIMS PROCESS APPROVED

On September 20, 2011, the Court approved the Receiver's request to begin the claims process as stated in the Receiver's Motion. To see the Order, click here. If you are an investor, you can download Claim Form A and the Claim Form A Instructions and use them to make your claim. If you are a creditor, please use Claim Form B and the Claim Form B Instructions. The instructions are VERY IMPORTANT so please read and follow them. Please be as detailed as possible in your effort to complete your Claim Forms and return supporting documentation.

PLEASE MAKE SURE that you sign and date your Claim Form. YOU MUST RETURN your Claim Form within sixty (60) days from the date the Claim Form is mailed to you. PLEASE NOTE the address shown at the top of the Claim Form where completed Claim Forms are to be returned.

A Claim Form will also be mailed to all known investors and creditors. If you download the Claim Form from this website and submit it you do not have to resubmit the form that is received in the mail.

AGAIN, PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS!!!

UPDATE - 9/16/2011

On September 16, 2011, the Receiver filed with the Court his Motion to Establish Claims Procedure Plan and to Approve Claim Form. To view the motion, click here. The motion must be approved by the Court. As soon as it is approved, the claim forms will be posted on this website along with instructions that each investor or trade creditor should carefully follow. The claim forms will be mailed to all persons for whom we have an address, although that mailing may take some time. Once the claim forms have been approved and posted, you may just download the forms from this website. You do not have to wait until you receive a form in the mail. DO NOT SEND IN CLAIM FORMS UNTIL THE PLAN AND FORMS HAVE BEEN APPROVED BY THE COURT. Additional notice will be given when the order is entered approving the plan and claim form. Official claim forms will be posted at that time.

WHAT TO EXPECT

The Receiver is engaged at present in a very aggressive undertaking to marshal all assets of the receivership, preserve and protect all assets and documents and meet with as many of the closely related parties as possible to get as complete an understanding of the assets and businesses affected by the Court's order as possible. This will take some time. A report on the first impressions and findings of the Receiver will be published in about 30 days from his appointment.

The Receiver will soon establish a claims process. A claim form will be posted on this site and anyone who has a claim against the defendants in receivership should file a claim as instructed. All claims will be considered. Supporting documentation will be required. Claims will be cross checked against the records of the businesses in receivership. There will be an approval process where claim amounts with which the Receiver is in agreement will be submitted to the Court for approval. This does not mean the claim will be paid in full, it just means that the Receiver and the Court agree with the amount of the claim. As distributions will be made on a pro-rata basis and only according to a plan approved by the Court, distributions to claimants can only occur after all claims have been reviewed and approved, as well as when there are sufficient liquid assets to distribute.

The end goal of the receivership is to collect as much in the form of assets as possible and to return to the investors as much of the money as possible that they have invested. This is not a quick process. Updates on events relative to the process and the findings of the Receiver will be posted on this site.

SEC Lawsuit

On August 1, 2011, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") filed a Complaint against Brian A. Bjork, Estate of Joel David Salinas, J. David Group of Companies, Inc., J. David Financial Group, L.P., Select Asset Management, LLC, Select Capital Management, LLC, Select Asset Fund I, LLC and Select Asset Prime Index Fund, LLC. The Complaint alleges that Defendants violated federal securities laws by participating in fraudulent schemes involving the offer and sale of securities.

Receivership

At the commencement of the SEC suit, the Court entered an Order Appointing Receiver, appointing Steven A. Harr to act as Receiver for the Defendants. Additionally, an Order freezing the assets of the Defendants was also entered. The Receiver is currently in the process of investigating this matter. Further details as to the Receivership proceedings will be set forth in future updates to the website and interim reports that will be filed by the Receiver and posted on our website.

The Receiver may be contacted via email at selectassetreceiver@munsch. com or by clicking on the "Contact Us"tab onthis page, by phone at 214-981-7307, or by writing to Steven A. Harr, Receiver, Bank of America Center, 700 Louisiana, Suite 4600, Houston, TX 77002.