A. Domain Names used for business purposes
10 Natural® Macadamia Oil skin care cream:
Below were purchased by Mark Rector, but under pressure the administrative authorities were assigned to EDI of Washington State in December, 2008. They were re-aquired at a later date.
B. Below were resrved by Lazy R Ranch for the benefit of Refugio de Esperanza de Guatemala [en: Hope Haven Guatemala]. Lazy R Ranch supports the mission of Mark Richard and Dick Rutgers in Antigua, Guatemala and hope soon to be providing more support.
C. Some of the domain names purchased to prevent international knockoff artists from misleading American consumers:
ECORASTER.MOBI (for mobile devices)
Please note: we no longer have any affiliation with either Purus Arzberg Gmbh [aka Purus Plastics] nor with Eco-Terr Distributing Inc. We no longer work with either company, nor either endorse nor presume to advise regarding either company or any of their products or services (including the brandnames or trademarks ecoraster, ecogrid, hoofgrid, stabiligrid, versigrid, or any other of their purported proprietary brand names). If you wish, you may ask us why or why not by using the "Insert your comment here." link at the top-center of every page on this website.
C. Some personal web sites include the following.
Lazy R Ranch:
Lazy R Ranch Miniature Horses:
My personal and family names:
MARKRECTOR.COM (this web site)
Some websites of a personal and professional interest to me:
D. Some domain names used for business purposes (Purchased and owned by Mark Rector, these were temporarily used by EDI for promoting a product/service which EDI did not own or formally represent):
E. Some of the domain names purchased by Lazy R Ranch for the benefit of friend and partner, Joachim M. Längle in Bregenz, Vorarlberg, Austria. Joachim is the owner & proprietor of ProEquus® International.
Yes, ProEquus® is the ONLY company authorized to use the internationally registered trademark and tradename "ProEquus®."
E. The following Domain names are:
are NOT owned by any person associated with the misrepresented product brand names,
are NOT owned by the Manufacturer or the authorized distributors of those branded products, and are
are NOT associated with the products whose brand names are mentioned within the Domain Names (a.k.a. "pfishing" or "fraudulent" web sites), and are
are NOT representing the genuine or authentic products which one might expect, based upon the names of the web sites.
ARE specifically intended to mislead American and/or International consumers and clients (that is, the following Domain Names were purchased by various disingenuous and disreputable entities, with the specific intention of misleading American Consumers and/or international clients).
(A) HOOF-GRID.COM [intentionally redirects to a low quality, rigid, knockoff-of-a-knockoff - manufactured in the USA, sigh. This "other geogrid" is not internationally considered to be relevant to equine or traffic engineering.]
(i) The knockoff product viewed at the above Domain Name "www.hoof-grid.com" ...
» is NOT able to directly support any traffic, whether equine or agricultural/livestock or vehicular,
as is the genuine, original Ecoraster® (aka 'HoofGrid')
pictured at right »
» without fracturing or shattering.
» this is due to its rigidity, which is derived from a combination of using incorrect mixture of raw materials, using incorrect "stamp it and crank it" production standards, and of course due to it being an intentional knockoff. "Designed and engineered by" a lifelong sales person - that is why people make knockoffs: in order that the knockoff may be sold at the whatever the market will bear - while providing a much larger "retail margin" (markup or profit) than the original products.
(ii) Please do not be misled ...
» The commonly misunderstood terms "compressive strength" and "load-bearing capacity" are only marginally relevant factors - when determining expected lifespans or LOADING of traffic surfaces of any type.
» The resistance to pressure at the surface (the scientific term) is not even the most important factor, when determining any surface's loading ("loadbearing capacity").
» It is the load-bearing capacity of the structure which is relevant, not one of its components.
(iii) The relevant factors are:
flexibility + resistance to fracture + tensile strength + max. shearing loads + strength of the connectors
(B) ECORASTER.COM [this domain name was originally purchased/used by yet another European knockoff; the Domain Name 'www.ecoraster.com' is no longer actively published.]
Please note: The above Domain Name www.hoof-grid.com will redirect to, or has in the past redirected to, misleadingly named web site: which does not offer or represent ECORASTER® (aka in some parts of the United States as 'HoofGrid').