WhoIs buybreastactives@aol.com – 74.118.192.159

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canonical name
aliases
addresses 74.118.192.159
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Queried whois.iana.org with “cl-dba9b60679f5″…

Domain cl-dba9b60679f not found.

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including “.int” domains, “.arpa” domains, top level domains, and
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Queried whois.arin.net with “74.118.192.159”…

OrgName: VolumeDrive
OrgID: VOLUM-2
Address: 1143 Northern Blvd
City: Clarks Summit
StateProv: PA
PostalCode: 18411
Country: US

NetRange: 74.118.192.0 – 74.118.195.255
CIDR: 74.118.192.0/22
OriginAS: AS46664
NetName: VOLUMEDRIVE
NetHandle: NET-74-118-192-0-1
Parent: NET-74-0-0-0-0
NetType: Direct Allocation
NameServer: DNS1.VOLUMEDRIVE.COM
NameServer: DNS2.VOLUMEDRIVE.COM
Comment: http://www.volumedrive.com
RegDate: 2009-10-16
Updated: 2009-10-16

RAbuseHandle: VOLUM-ARIN
RAbuseName: VolumeDrive
RAbusePhone: +1-862-266-1083
RAbuseEmail: info@volumedrive.com

RNOCHandle: VOLUM-ARIN
RNOCName: VolumeDrive
RNOCPhone: +1-862-266-1083
RNOCEmail: info@volumedrive.com

RTechHandle: JBO223-ARIN
RTechName: Bohanon, Josh
RTechPhone: +1-862-266-1083
RTechEmail: info@volumedrive.com

OrgTechHandle: JBO223-ARIN
OrgTechName: Bohanon, Josh
OrgTechPhone: +1-862-266-1083
OrgTechEmail: info@volumedrive.com

# ARIN WHOIS database, last updated 2010-02-25 20:00
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DNS query for 159.192.118.74.in-addr.arpa returned an error from the server: NameError

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Virtualized USB Key Beats Keyloggers

Virtualized USB Key Beats Keyloggers

February 23, TechWorld – (International)

Is this the future of online banking? US company IronKey has come up with a USB drive that can be used to access accounts virtually without involving the operating system or applications that cause so many of today’s security problems. Aimed at companies that want to protect corporate bank accounts, Trusted Access for Banking is actually a standard IronKey USB drive that runs a walled or ‘hardened’ Linux virtual environment inside the PC’s OS. It comes complete with its own browser hardwired to access only a particular bank service, and incorporates RSA Secure ID tokens for authentication. According to an IronKey spokesman, the PCs used for corporate bank access were now considered so insecure that companies were being lumbered with impractical remedies such as having to dedicate a specific PC to be used only for bank access. Using IronKey Trusted Access, companies could simply plug the drive into any PC, and without the need for any additional drivers or software, after which the host PC was given a precautionary scan for malware, including specialized banking Trojans such as Zeus.

Source: http://www.networkworld.com/news/201…ey-beats.html?

Crosslands Energy Corp (CRDY) aka Wilton Investment Group



Hi All,
Found this group after a Google for Crosslands Scam.
My elderly father appears to have also been duped into buying Crosslands Energy Corp (CRDY) shares, sinking a large part of his life savings into a promise of buy at $1 now, $2.75 “guaranteed” when they ‘float’ in mid-April.

We are currently trying to stop him throwing another £10k in, which he has basically been told that he must do, othgerwise he will lose his ‘investment’.

Alledged broker was Connor Wilton out of  Brussels, Belgium (www.wiltonig.com), with the money being wired to Canada.

Currently talking to Kent Trading Standards & City of London police.

Any pooling of info on Crosslands would be appreciated, particularly if it persuades Dad to not to throw away any more money.

Author : Martin, Kent, UK
E-mail : scamfraudalert@kingsbridge.uk.com

Domain Whois record

Queried whois.internic.net with “dom wiltonig.com”…
Domain Name: WILTONIG.COM
Registrar: WILD WEST DOMAINS, INC.
Whois Server: whois.wildwestdomains.com
Referral URL: http://www.wildwestdomains.com
Name Server: KS35593.KIMSUFI.COM
Name Server: SDNS1.OVH.NET
Status: ok
Updated Date: 29-sep-2009
Creation Date: 29-sep-2009
Expiration Date: 29-sep-2010

Last update of whois database: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 14:43:36 UTC
Queried whois.wildwestdomains.com with “wiltonig.com”…
Registrant:
Darwinig

Registered through: Cheap-DomainRegistration.com
Domain Name: WILTONIG.COM

Domain servers in listed order:
SDNS1.OVH.NET
KS35593.KIMSUFI.COM

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Queried whois.ripe.net with “-B 213.186.39.157″…
Information related to ‘213.186.39.0 – 213.186.39.255’

inetnum: 213.186.39.0 – 213.186.39.255
netname: OVH
descr: OVH SAS
descr: Dedicated Servers
descr: http://www.ovh.com
country: FR
admin-c: OK217-RIPE
tech-c: OTC2-RIPE
status: ASSIGNED PA
mnt-by: OVH-MNT
notify: noc@ovh.net
changed: noc@ovh.net 20051012
source: RIPE

role: OVH Technical Contact
address: OVH SAS
address: 140, Quai du Sartel
address: 59100 Roubaix
address: France
e-mail: noc@ovh.net
admin-c: OK217-RIPE
tech-c: GM84-RIPE
nic-hdl: OTC2-RIPE
remarks: ========================================
remarks: support : support@ovh.com
remarks: 0 899 701 761 (france only)
remarks: ========================================
remarks: troubles:
remarks: + network : abuse@ovh.net
remarks: + spam : http://www.spam-rbl.com
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remarks: peering : noc@ovh.net
remarks: prefix 213.186.32.0/19
remarks: prefix 213.251.128.0/18
remarks: – FreeIX (1Gbs) 213.228.3.244
remarks: – PariX (1Gbs) 198.32.247.104
remarks: – SfinX (1Gbs) 194.68.129.144
remarks: ========================================
notify: noc@ovh.net
abuse-mailbox: abuse@ovh.net
mnt-by: OVH-MNT
changed: noc@ovh.net 20051012
source: RIPE

person: Octave Klaba
address: OVH SAS
address: 140, quai du sartel
address: 59100 Roubaix
address: France
phone: +33 3 20 20 09 57
fax-no: +33 3 20 20 09 58
e-mail: noc@ovh.net
nic-hdl: OK217-RIPE
abuse-mailbox: abuse@ovh.net
mnt-by: OVH-MNT
changed: noc@ovh.net 20051012
source: RIPE

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route: 213.186.32.0/19
descr: OVH ISP
descr: Paris, France
origin: AS16276
notify: noc@ovh.net
mnt-by: OVH-MNT
changed: noc@ovh.net 20010217
source: RIPE

DNS records

name class type data time to live
http://www.wiltonig.com IN A 213.186.39.157 86400s (1.00:00:00)
157.39.186.213.in-addr.arpa IN PTR ks35593.kimsufi.com 86400s (1.00:00:00)

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IP address: 213.186.39.157
Host name: http://www.wiltonig.com
Alias:
http://www.wiltonig.com
213.186.39.157 is from France(FR) in region Western Europe

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10 182 149 172 213.186.39.157 ks35593.kimsufi.com
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Asperity Group – www.asperity-group.com

The Purpose of This Post Is To ALERT You That The Job You Are About To APPLY For or May Have Applied For or is CONSIDERING APPLYING For Is Scam Alert 1Fraudulent. A LEGITIMATE COMPANY IDENTITY OR AN INDIVIDUAL IDENTITY HAS BEEN STOLEN OR A BOGUS ONE CREATED

These job postings are an attempt to lure you into cashing counterfeit checks and have you wire funds via Western Union or MoneyGram -Essentially You Become A Money or RePackage Mule

Money Mule Explained

Washingtonpost.com by Brian Kerbs

Interview With A Money Mule


Registration Date 2010-02-19

Ad / Name Petr Alexandrov
Adres ul. Marshala Bagramyana d.2 korp.1 kv.11 Moskva Moskva 109382
Tel +7.4959515218
Faks +7.4959515218

its total crap.

http://www.asperity-group.com/e/index.php?page=r_15

the job they say is open is a reship scam. they will order laptops in your name and you will reship to russia.

The International Country Calling Code “7”
corresponds to the following countries:

Kazakhstan
Russia

Domains on Nameserver ns1.chinegrowth.cc – 89.248.166.59
Domain
synapse-groupfine.net
fecunda-group.com
impact-groupnet.com
asperity-group.com

Main Address:
Office Suites
540 President Street
2nd Floor
Brooklyn, NY8206 11201
USA
Tel: 1-718-395-9523
Fax: 1-718-408-9477
E-mail:
Administration: admin@asperity-group.com
Support: support@asperity-group.com
Job: job@asperity-group.com
Webmaster: webmaster@asperity-group.com

Proteus Solutions LLC – PROTEUS-SOLUTIONS-LLC.ORG

The Purpose of This Post Is To ALERT You That The Job You Are About To APPLY For or May Have Applied For or is CONSIDERING APPLYING For Is

Scam Alert 1

Fraudulent. A LEGITIMATE COMPANY IDENTITY OR AN INDIVIDUAL IDENTITY HAS BEEN STOLEN OR A BOGUS ONE CREATED

These job postings are an attempt to lure you into cashing counterfeit checks and have you wire funds via Western Union  or MoneyGram

Essentially You Become A Money or RePackage Mule

Understanding The Cyber Theft Ring  
 Money Mule Explained 
Washingtonpost.com by Brian Kerbs
Interview With A Money Mule



Dear ScamFraudAlert:
We found your curriculum vitae on the CareerBuilder therefore our HR department looked through your curriculum vitae and length of service and highly recommends you for the position of an “Executive Manager” in our company.
Your position will consist of:
Filling in of report on on the carried out work on time Maintaining of records of customers in the USA Support customers with all the needed information
Maintaining of financial deals within the USA
You’ll get the detailed information over the telephone interview. We need a person:
Age: starting from 25
Citizenship: US
Time: from 3 to 5 hours of free time daily for carrying out his,her obligations
The pay makes up to 5000USD per month. The pay will be carried out to your bank account monthly.
There are many applicants wishing to take up this position therefore we’re nicely asking you not to put away with your decision about this position.
You may find all the rest information on our website
If the position of Executive Manager is really interesting to you, then please follow these steps:
Register at our website website
Please fill in all the fields correctly, while data will be checked by our
security department.
Pass an interview over the phone.
Sign a agreement with our company.
We really appreciate your wish to join our company and we’re looking forward to a long-term cooperation.
Contact Us
Vainonkatu 3, 40100 Jyvaskyla, Finland.
Local Phone: +4(014) 653 211
US phone: +1 (315)8424277
Contact Us
Vainonkatu 3, 40100 Jyvaskyla, Finland.
Local Phone: +4(014) 653 211
US phone: +1 (716) 780-4628

Dear ScamFraudAlert:
We found your curriculum vitae on the CareerBuilder therefore our HR department looked through your curriculum vitae and length of service and highly recommends you for the position of an “Executive Manager” in our company.
Your position will consist of:
Filling in of report on on the carried out work on time Maintaining of records of customers in the USA Support customers with all the needed informationMaintaining of financial deals within the USA
You’ll get the detailed information over the telephone interview. We need a person:
Age: starting from 25Citizenship: USTime: from 3 to 5 hours of free time daily for carrying out his,her obligations
The pay makes up to 5000USD per month. The pay will be carried out to your bank account monthly.
There are many applicants wishing to take up this position therefore we’re nicely asking you not to put away with your decision about this position.
You may find all the rest information on our website
If the position of Executive Manager is really interesting to you, then please follow these steps:
Register at our website websitePlease fill in all the fields correctly, while data will be checked by oursecurity department.Pass an interview over the phone.Sign a agreement with our company.We really appreciate your wish to join our company and we’re looking forward to a long-term cooperation.
Contact UsVainonkatu 3, 40100 Jyvaskyla, Finland.Local Phone: +4(014) 653 211US phone: +1 (315)8424277
Contact UsVainonkatu 3, 40100 Jyvaskyla, Finland.Local Phone: +4(014) 653 211US phone: +1 (716) 780-4628
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Adiv Financial – adivfinancial.com – Stolen

The Purpose of This Post Is To ALERT You That The Job You Are About To APPLY For or May Have Applied For or is CONSIDERING APPLYING For Is Scam Alert 1Fraudulent. A LEGITIMATE COMPANY IDENTITY OR AN INDIVIDUAL IDENTITY HAS BEEN STOLEN OR A BOGUS ONE CREATED

These job postings are an attempt to lure you into cashing counterfeit checks and have you wire funds via Western Union or MoneyGram -Essentially You Become A Money or RePackage Mule

Money Mule Explained

Washingtonpost.com by Brian Kerbs

Interview With A Money Mule


Adiv Financial Pty Ltd,
67 Beard Street, Eltham,
3095, VIC, Australia.

Hello,
my name is John Allen and I am Adiv Financial hiring manager. We have found and carefully reviewed your CV at TotalJobs and decided to offer this job to you.

Our services
When buying-selling operations via the Internet are concerned, the buyer and the seller don’t know each other (they may be placed in different corners of the world) – it is very important both to the buyer and the seller for their deal to be made safe. Payment Protection means receiving money, documents, goods (it might be both the seller’s and the buyer’s) concerning the transaction to a reliable, experienced, impartial person – our Payment Protection agent. The agent will hold all the documents and money until all the terms of the deal are satisfied and only then release them to the intended receiver.

Why we need Payment Protection agents
Having a Payment Protection agent in every country we can quickly transfer funds inside a country without wasting time on the international bank transfers, and continue our rapid growth rather than overwhelming our own bank account with inbound and outbound transactions leading to severe hold times and possible service interruption. It is time that is of significant importance to our clients.

Career and Benefits
Your main task will be receiving money transactions to any bank account you would like to use for the purposes of this job; and then forwarding these transactions to the next party of the Payment Protection process according to our instructions. You will benefit from the commissions, which are 5-7% of each transaction and depend on the quantity of the completed transactions and the speed of your work. Besides, you will be paid a basic salary of 1500 GBP per month.

For your convenience there will be no paychecks, your commission will remain in your account after every successfully completed transaction. The money transfer fee is not included in your commission, meaning that you will deduct it from the received amount, not from your commission. Also you receive 5-7% of the transaction amount. Normally the amounts that we process vary from 2,000 GBP to 10,000 GBP, but can go higher on special occasions.

Job details
As the financial activity in your area is not too high, a Payment Protection agent will be processing approximately 1-2 transactions per week. Each transaction requires approximately 4-5 hours of the agent work. Our manager always calls the agent beforehand to provide all the instructions. Therefore, with the due time management, the agent is able to combine this job with other activities (e.g. primary job or studies).

If you are ready to proceed, please provide us with your AVAILABLE phone number and our hiring manager (Stephen Holmes) will contact you shortly.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need more information.

Yours Sincerely,
John Allen,
Adiv Financial

SEC Says Steven W. Salutric Ran A Ponzi Scheme

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that, on February 8, 2010, pursuant to a motion by the SEC, the Honorable Robert M. Dow Jr., United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois, appointed Ira Bodenstein, Esq. as the Receiver over all assets under the possession, custody or control of Defendant Steve W. Salutric (“Salutric”) of Carol Stream, Illinois.

The Complaint

FTC Cracks Down on Con Artists Who Target Jobless Americans

CORRECTED
For Release: 02/17/2010

FTC Cracks Down on Con Artists Who Target Jobless Americans

Scams Prey on Victims of the Recession With Bogus Job, Money-Making Schemes

The Federal Trade Commission today announced a new crackdown on con artists who are preying on unemployed Americans with job-placement and work-at-home scams, promoting empty promises that they can help people get jobs in the federal government, as movie extras, or as mystery shoppers; or make money working from their homes stuffing envelopes or assembling ornaments.

With the U.S. unemployment rate just under 10 percent, the FTC is redoubling its efforts to put a stop to these schemes, which make life even more difficult for hundreds of thousands of Americans already wrestling with the economic downturn.

As part of the law enforcement sweep announced today, dubbed “Operation Bottom Dollar,” the FTC has filed seven cases against the operators of deceptive and illegal job and money-making scams and announced developments in four previously filed job scam cases. In addition, the sweep includes 43 criminal actions by the Department of Justice, many involving the substantial assistance of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, as well as one additional civil action by the Postal Inspection Service and 18 actions by state attorneys general.

During a joint press conference today at the FTC, David C. Vladeck, Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, was joined by Tony West, Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Division of the Department of Justice; Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray; and a Grandview, Texas, job seeker who lost money to a company that made false promises of full-time work with benefits. The FTC also announced partnerships with the online job placement service Monster.com, the search engine Bing, by Microsoft, and the centralized network of online communities Craigslist, to help job seekers recognize job scams so they can avoid being victimized. Monster, Careerbuilder, Bing and Craigslist will display FTC consumer education material to people who are using the companies’ Web sites to look for jobs.

“Federal and state law enforcement officials will not tolerate those who take advantage of
consumers in times of economic misfortune,” Vladeck said. “If you falsely advertise that you will connect people with jobs or with opportunities for them to make money working from home, we will shut you down. We will give your assets to the people you scammed, and, when
it’s appropriate, we’ll refer you to criminal authorities for prosecution.”

“Employment and business opportunity fraud causes terrible hardship to those who are suffering the most in these difficult economic times,” said Assistant U.S. Attorney General Tony West. “The Justice Department is committed to prosecuting those who defraud through false promises of employment or financial success.”

To help consumers avoid being conned by employment scams, the FTC has produced a new consumer education video in English and Spanish. Still shots from the Web sites of some of the operators charged in this law enforcement sweep, as well as video footage of FTC Consumer Protection Director Vladeck, and Monica Vaca, an Assistant Director in the FTC’s Division of Marketing Practices, will also be available. To view them, go ftc.gov/jobscams and youtube.com/ftcvideos. For access to higher resolution versions, visit aperturefilms.com/ftc or contact the FTC’s Office of Public Affairs.

Operation Bottom Dollar: FTC Law Enforcement Actions

The FTC announced seven new cases against promoters of the job and money-making scams, including one that victimized more than 100,000 people. This brings to 11 the number of cases the agency has brought since last spring challenging these types of operations. In each case, the FTC got a court order temporarily barring these operators from continuing their deceptive, illegal tactics and freezing their assets. The FTC also is asking the courts for permanent orders that would allow the agency to try to get money back to reimburse victims. In two of the matters announced today, criminal authorities executed search warrants, and arrested the two operators of one of the businesses.

In the law enforcement actions announced today, the FTC charged that:

Government Careers Inc. and three principals preyed on job seekers since at least March 2009 by running deceptive ads on job Web sites. Government Careers claimed it could help people get postal, border patrol, and wildlife jobs as well as administrative support and clerical positions with the federal government. It told people they could get these jobs if they paid $119 for study materials, which would allow them to pass any required test with a score of 95 percent or better. But according to the FTC complaint, those who paid the fee found that there are no exams for the positions they sought, or that the supposed job vacancies did not exist. The company also hawked career counseling services, charging $965 for services like resume editing and employment exam preparation. Although the defendants said that consumers would not have to pay the fee until they got a government job, the defendants demanded payment before consumers obtained the promised jobs. The Arizona Attorney General’s Office is the FTC’s co-plaintiff in this case, which was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona. After the court issued a temporary restraining order, the defendants agreed to an interim order that prohibits any alleged misconduct pending resolution of the case.

Real Wealth, Inc. and its principal allegedly conned more than 100,000 people by selling them booklets that supposedly explained how they could earn money by applying for government grants and working from home mailing postcards and envelopes. Using direct mail campaigns that sometimes targeted the elderly and disabled, Real Wealth lured consumers, according to the FTC complaint, with deceptive solicitations such as “Collect up to $9,250 with my simple 3 minute form” or “All I do is mail 30 postcards everyday and I make an extra $350 a week!” Real Wealth also claimed that consumers could “rake in up to $1,500+ per week or more in solid cash” by learning “secrets” about the “$700 billion banking industry bailout.” This case was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri. After the court issued a temporary restraining order, the defendants agreed to an interim order that prohibits any alleged misconduct pending resolution of the case.

Darling Angel Pin Creations and two principals allegedly claimed on the Internet and in newspaper advertisements that by purchasing a starter kit, consumers could earn up to $500 per week assembling angel pins, and that no experience, special tools, or sewing skills were required. Consumers paid between $22 and $45 to get started, and sometimes paid hundreds more for the supplies they would need to make the pins. However, according to the FTC’s complaint, there was a catch: Consumers were required to have one of their assembled angel pins approved by the company before they could make any money – but the company rejected nearly all the angel pins consumers submitted, no matter how well-made. The FTC charged that the defendants made false and baseless claims that consumers could earn substantial income from angel pin assembly, when in fact they could not. This case was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, Tampa Division. After the court issued a temporary restraining order, the court issued interim orders with regard to all the defendants in the case prohibiting further misconduct.

Abili-Staff, Ltd., two principals, and a related entity sold supposed work-at-home opportunities online. Billing itself as a “scam free” and “legitimate” job search service, Abili-Staff sold supposedly pre-screened lists of jobs, telling consumers they could access the lists after paying a fee ranging from $29.98 to $89.99, according to the FTC’s complaint. The FTC alleged that defendants falsely told consumers they would have unlimited access to more than 1,000 work-at-home job listings, and that they would get their money back if they did not get a job. This case was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas, San Antonio Division. The court issued a temporary restraining order pending a preliminary injunction hearing held February 16-17, 2010.

Entertainment Work, Inc. and two principals marketed memberships in a Web site that was supposed to list jobs as movie extras, jobs on television, or jobs in print media. By telemarketing and placing advertisements on Web sites and in newspapers across the country, the defendants sold trial memberships for $19.95 to $24.95, and automatically converted those into annual memberships for an additional fee of $80 after two weeks, according to the FTC complaint. The FTC charged that Entertainment Work deceptively claimed consumers would
find entertainment and media jobs near where they lived, without regard to their experience, skills, or appearance. The complaint also charged that the company failed to disclose that to cancel their membership, people would have to pay an additional fee or undertake a burdensome process. This case was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. The defendants have agreed to an interim court order that immediately halts the alleged misconduct.

Independent Marketing Exchange, Inc. and its principal allegedly made false earnings claims, and additional misrepresentations in the course of selling a smorgasbord of work-at-home opportunities, including an envelope mailing opportunity, a postcard mailing opportunity, and a mystery shopper opportunity. Their deceptive practices have injured numerous consumers, including stay-at-home and single mothers. The FTC’s complaint alleged that the defendants falsely represented to consumers that they could make substantial amounts of money. The case was filed in the U.S. District Court in the District of New Jersey. After the court issued a temporary restraining order, the defendants agreed to an interim order pending a further hearing.

Preferred Platinum Services Network and the husband-and-wife team who owned and operated it allegedly marketed a work-from-home scheme in which consumers were told they could earn significant sums by labeling postcards describing a non-existent product promoted by Preferred Platinum called “mortgage accelerator.” Advertised in local pennysavers and newspaper classified sections, and at the defendants’ Web site, the scheme touted earnings of up to $1 per postcard, as well as a 60-day money-back guarantee. Consumers paid an enrollment fee of $80 to $90, and they typically did not learn until later that they would have to pay $40 more for each additional batch of 100 postcards, according to the FTC complaint. At the same time this matter was filed, criminal authorities executed search warrants on the business and arrested the husband-and-wife team, charging each of them with one count of mail fraud. This case was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey. The court issued a temporary restraining order, followed by a preliminary injunction on February 16, 2010. Both individual defendants also have been indicted by a grand jury.

In addition to the seven cases announced today, since last summer, the FTC has settled or litigated four law enforcement actions stemming from employment and work-at-home scams:

Job Safety USA. Principal Wagner Ramos Borges allegedly systematically offered phony jobs to people seeking maintenance and cleaning work. The U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland Greenbelt Division, issued a default judgment ordering Borges to pay $414,900 – which is the estimated amount of his profits during the period covered by the FTC complaint. http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2009/07/shortchange.shtm

Career Hotline, Inc. Career Hotline took money from job seekers by guaranteeing them jobs that paid at least $25,000 per year, according to the FTC complaint. The federal court in the Middle District of Florida issued a default judgment against Career Hotline ordering the company to pay $75,000, which is the estimated amount of money job seekers lost to this scam. In addition, the company’s principal, Susan Bright, reached a settlement with the FTC that prohibits her from deceiving consumers about job availability, salaries, access to interviews, job listings and refunds. The settlement order also includes a suspended judgment against her because she is financially unable to pay, but the full judgment will become due immediately if Bright misrepresented her financial condition. http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2009/08/hotline.shtm

Penbrook Productions. The FTC complaint alleged that in this online scam, principal Michael Allen Brooks used fictional spokesperson “Angela Penbrook” to entice consumers to become “certified” rebate processors, supposedly earning as much as $225 per hour. A settlement approved February 10, 2010 by the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California requires the defendants to pay $125,000 within 10 days, plus a significant additional amount from assets they own that are to be liquidated. The settlement bars the defendants from making or assisting others to make deceptive claims in connection with work-at-home, franchise, or business opportunities. http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2009/07/shortchange

International Marketing and principal Zolio Cruz Carrion falsely promised Spanish- speaking consumers substantial income for stuffing envelopes, and was charged in an FTC complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico in 2008. The court granted the FTC’s motion to hold Cruz in contempt for failing to comply with an earlier order and briefly jailed him for contempt. It also prohibited him from marketing any business, employment, investment or work-at-home opportunity. http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2009/12/intermarketing.shtm

The FTC would like to acknowledge the assistance of: AARP’s Legal Counsel for the Elderly; United States Postal Inspection Service, Tampa Field Office; Better Business Bureaus of Southern Arizona, West Florida, New Jersey, the Southland (Southern California), and Coastal, Central, & Southwest Texas; U.S. Attorneys for the Southern District of New York, New Jersey and Western District of Missouri; Attorney General’s Offices of Florida, New Jersey and Pennsylvania; Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Service; Washington State Department of Financial Institutions, Securities Division Los Angeles County Department of Consumer Affairs; Ocean County New Jersey Department of Consumer Affairs; and the Tucson Police Department.

The enforcement actions announced today named the following defendants: Government Careers Inc. – Jon Coover; Richard Friedberg; and Rimona Friedberg. Abili-Staff, Ltd. – Pamela Barthuly; Jorg Becker; and Equitron, LLC. Darling Angel Pin Creations, Inc. – Shelly R. Olson and Judith C. Mendez; d/b/a/Angel Pin Creations. Entertainment Work, Inc. – Jason Barnes and Racquelle Barnes; d/b/a Resource Publishing Co. Independent Marketing Exchange, Inc. – Wayne Verderber, II, d/b/a as National Data Management, N.D.M., Global Mailing Services, G.M.S., Independent Mailing Services, Independent Mailing Services, Inc., I.M.S., Independent Shoppers Network, Independent Shoppers, Success At Home, Success-At-Home Mailing, IMEX, IMEX, Inc., and Continental Publishing Company. Preferred Platinum Services Network – Rosalie Florie; d/b/a Home Based Associate Program and PPSN, LLC. and Philip D. Pestrichello, individually. Real Wealth, Inc. – Lance Murkin; doing business as American Financial Publications, Emerald Press, Financial Research, National Mail Order Press, Pacific Press, United Financial Publications, Wealth Research Group, and Wealth Research Publications.

NOTE: The Commission authorizes the filing of complaints when it has “reason to believe” that the law has been or is being violated, and it appears to the Commission that a proceeding is in the public interest. A complaint is not a finding or ruling that the defendants have actually violated the law. Stipulated final orders are for settlement purposes only and do not constitute an admission by the defendants of a law violation. A stipulated final order requires approval by the court and has the force of law when signed by the judge.

Copies of the documents related to these cases are available from the FTC’s Web site at http://www.ftc.gov and also from the FTC’s Consumer Response Center, Room 130, 600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20580. The Federal Trade Commission works for consumers to prevent fraudulent, deceptive, and unfair business practices and to provide information to help spot, stop, and avoid them. To file a complaint in English or Spanish, visit the FTC’s online Complaint Assistant or call 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357). The FTC enters complaints into Consumer Sentinel, a secure, online database available to more than 1,700 civil and criminal law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and abroad. The FTC’s Web site provides free information on a variety of consumer topics.

MEDIA CONTACT:
Betsy Lordan
Office of Public Affairs
202-326-3707

Peter Kaplan
Office of Public Affairs
202-326-2334

STAFF CONTACT:
Philip Tumminio
Bureau of Consumer Protection
202-326-3402

Jennifer Larabee
Northwest Regional Office
206-220-6350

Cases Announced Today: FTC File Nos

1 arrested in $25 million credit card scheme

February 19, Associated Press – (Georgia) 1 arrested in $25 million credit card scheme.
Federal agents have arrested a Marietta man believed responsible for a
nationwide telemarketing scheme that defrauded consumers out of $25 million.
Authorities the 34-year-old suspect voluntarily surrendered at Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson International Airport on February 18 after arriving from the Philippines. He was indicted on the charges January 5 along with two others, also of Marietta. Authorities say they worked through an array of companies, including Economic Relief Technologies and SafeRide Warranty. Prosecutors say the three would promise throughtelemarketing to save customers thousands of dollars by negotiating lower credit cardrates for a fee of at least $749. Authorities say in an affidavit that the three would rarelyfollow through. Thousands of complaints were filed against businesses run by the three
defendants, according to the affidavit.

Online Pharmacy – CheapRxFirst.com

Buying Prescription Drugs Online Scam Alert 1
May Be Dangerous
Says Drug Enforcement Administration

DEA Logo - Buying Proscription Drugs

Click Here
National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP)

Warning

“The Canadian Pharmacy, Canadian/European Pharmacy”, “Canadian Healthcare” and “US Drugstore” are brands of one of the most disgusting illegal online pharmacy group well organized CRIMINAL OPERATION of all times. “GREED” is the driving force behind this operation. Don’t let them fool you. They will never send you any genuine drugs. If they ever send anything at all, it may consist of literally anything from sugar to wall plaster, and they certainly don’t care that you will endanger your health by taking those dangerous counterfeit drugs.

Behind The Online Pharmacy

Today a shadowy, transnational network of illicit drug manufacturers, traders, doctors, Web site operators, spammers and criminals makes up the online pharmacy world.

Buying Medication Online Can Be Safe

There are many options out there when it comes to buying medication online. We have looked at websites after websites. Some sites feature offshore pharmacies that do not require a prior prescription. Others feature licensed pharmacies that do require a prescription from your doctor.
Before making a purchase that can effect your health, we strongly recommend that you consult your physician & DO NOT self-medicate. Ordering medication online can be a safe, money-saving experience. When done through licensed online pharmacies that require a prescription, you can be assured that the medication you get is exactly what you need to treat your ailments.

Also See ThreatChaos

Department of Justice – Ryan Haight Act


Address lookup

canonical name cheaprxfirst.com.
aliases
addresses 61.235.117.88
Domain Whois record

Queried whois.internic.net with “dom cheaprxfirst.com

Domain Name: CHEAPRXFIRST.COM
Registrar: CHINA SPRINGBOARD INC.
Whois Server: whois.namerich.cn
Referral URL: http://www.namerich.cn
Name Server: NS1.QRIZOQQAN.COM
Name Server: NS2.QRIZOQQAN.COM
Name Server: NS3.LECOPDUM.COM
Name Server: NS4.LECOPDUM.COM
Name Server: NS5.GIVIVTAZ.COM
Name Server: NS6.GIVIVTAZ.COM
Status: clientDeleteProhibited
Status: clientTransferProhibited
Updated Date: 10-feb-2010
Creation Date: 10-feb-2010
Expiration Date: 10-feb-2011

Last update of whois database: Sun, 21 Feb 2010 19:31:13 UTC
Queried whois.namerich.cn with   cheaprxfirst.com

DomainName : cheaprxfirst.com

RSP: China Springboard Inc.
URL: http://www.namerich.cn

Name Server: NS2.QRIZOQQAN.COM
Name Server: NS5.GIVIVTAZ.COM
Name Server: NS4.LECOPDUM.COM
Name Server: NS3.LECOPDUM.COM
Name Server: NS6.GIVIVTAZ.COM
Name Server: NS1.QRIZOQQAN.COM
Status: clientTransferProhibited
Status: clientDeleteProhibited
Creation Date: 2010-02-11
Expiration Date: 2011-02-11
Last Update Date: 2010-02-11

Registrant Name: SONG XING
Registrant Organization: SONG XING
Registrant Address: NANJINGLU64
Registrant City: JN
Registrant Province/State: SD
Registrant Country Code: CN
Registrant Postal Code: 250045
Registrant Phone Number: +86.055184721271
Registrant Fax: +86.055184721271
Registrant Email: shanwulin_a@163.com

Administrative Name: SONG XING
Administrative Organization: SONG XING
Administrative Address: NANJINGLU64
Administrative City: JN
Administrative Province/State: SD
Administrative Country Code: CN
Administrative Postal Code: 250045
Administrative Phone Number: +86.055184721271
Administrative Fax: +86.055184721271
Administrative Email: shanwulin_a@163.com

Billing Name: SONG XING
Billing Organization: SONG XING
Billing Address: NANJINGLU64
Billing City: JN
Billing Province/State: SD
Billing Country Code: CN
Billing Postal Code: 250045
Billing Phone Number: +86.055184721271
Billing Fax: +86.055184721271
Billing Email: shanwulin_a@163.com

Technical Name: SONG XING
Technical Organization: SONG XING
Technical Address: NANJINGLU64
Technical City: JN
Technical Province/State: SD
Technical Country Code: CN
Technical Postal Code: 250045
Technical Phone Number: +86.055184721271
Technical Fax: +86.055184721271
Technical Email: shanwulin_a@163.com

; Please register your domains at
; http://www.namerich.cn
Network Whois record

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inetnum: 61.235.117.0 – 61.235.117.255
netname: CRGdSzS
country: CN
descr: China Railcom Guangdong Shenzhen Subbranch
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person: LV QIANG
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phone: +86-10-51892111
fax-no: +86-10-51847845
country: CN
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mnt-by: MAINT-CNNIC-AP
source: APNIC

person: liu min
nic-hdl: LM273-AP
e-mail: abuse@chinatietong.com
address: 22F Yuetan Mansion,Xicheng District,Beijing,P.R.China
phone: +86-10-51848796
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origin: AS9394
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origin: AS9394
notify: radb@hutchcity.com
mnt-by: MAINT-AS9304
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route: 61.235.0.0/16
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origin: AS9394
notify: radb@hutchcity.com
mnt-by: MAINT-AS9304
changed: radb@hutchcity.com 20080117
source: RADB

route: 61.232.0.0/14
descr: PACNET (proxy-registered route object)
origin: AS9394
remarks: This route object is for a PACNET customer route which is
being exported under this origin AS.
+
This route object was created because no existing route
object with the same origin was found, and since some
PACNET peers filter based on these objects this route
may be rejected if this object is not created.
+
Please contact abuse@pacnet.net if you have any
Concerns regarding Spam/Abuses related to this object
+
Please contact ip-noc@pacnet.net if you have any other
Questions regarding this object.
notify: ip-noc@pacnet.net
mnt-by: MAINT-AS10026
changed: ip-noc@pacnet.net 20100201
source: RADB
DNS records

DNS query for 88.117.235.61.in-addr.arpa returned an error from the server: NameError

name class type data time to live
cheaprxfirst.com IN A 61.235.117.88 589s (00:09:49)
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Fake Job Offer – Customer Service Associate aka Alec Difrawi

Job offers as such are nothing more than a marketing ploy or deceptive marketing practices by non other than Mr. Alex Difrawi aka Alec Difrawi aka Ayman A. Difrawy aka Ayman A. El-Difrawi aka Alex Simon dba Three Stars Media dba 3Starsinc dba Three Stars Inc dba Internet Solutions Corporation and his many aliases. Mr. Difrawi goal is to get you to sign up for continuing education. He should say outright what it is he’s peddling.

An Example of What ScamFraudAlert seek from Mr. Difrawi Is Good Business Practices

Defrawi does have a history, a felony fraud conviction for a federal jobs scam in the 1990’s where he took advance fees for non-existence jobs.

Records
Washington Post

Three Stars Inc / 3Stars Inc Leader in Internet Marketing For Online Education Providers


Channel9 Reporting three years ago. Notice the website names have changed


Difrawi Past & Current Business Practices


posted: February 20, 2010, 09:43 AM

Customer Service Associate
Call Center environment. Must be able to handle high call volume with professional telephone etiquet.
Qualifications include high school diploma and at least one year experience.
Salary is $13 dollars per hour with great benefits and bonuses.

For immediate consideration, apply now.

http://careernetworkjerseycity.com/?317015
Salary/Wage: $13.00/hr
Education: High School Diploma
Status: Full-time

• Location: Jersey City

• Post ID: 4962641

Golden Gate Inc – golden-gateco.tw

The Purpose of This Post Is To ALERT You That The Job You Are About To APPLY For or May Have Applied For or is CONSIDERING APPLYING For Is Scam Alert 1Fraudulent. A LEGITIMATE COMPANY IDENTITY OR AN INDIVIDUAL IDENTITY HAS BEEN STOLEN OR A BOGUS ONE CREATED

These job postings are an attempt to lure you into cashing counterfeit checks and have you wire funds via Western Union or MoneyGram -Essentially You Become A Money or RePackage Mule

Money Mule Explained

Washingtonpost.com by Brian Kerbs

Interview With A Money Mule


Hello,
You were interested in the Payment Processing Agent position with Golden Gate Inc, but unfortunately I haven’t heard from you for a while.
You are one of two candidates who is eligible for the remaining two positions.
We have reviewed your resume and if you are interested we would like to extend this vacancy to you.
Just to refresh your memory here are the links with the full job description:

http://www.golden-g..s/payment
http://www.golden-g..yment/faq

Please let me know your decision within 2 business days for me to send you the required application forms for this position.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Best Regards,
Christine Harris
Golden Gate Inc
job@golden-gateco.tw
Phone: 1-646-374-1259
Fax: 1-646-807-4633′


Address lookup

canonical name golden-gateco.tw.
aliases
addresses 91.200.164.18
Domain Whois record

Queried whois.twnic.net with “golden-gateco.tw”…

Domain Name: golden-gateco.tw
Registrant:
Alexey Rastov
Alexey Rastov troop@bigmailbox.ru
+7.8632904000
+7.8632904000
kvartal Aviagorodok d.3 kv.64
Bataysk, Rostovskaya oblast
RU

Administrative Contact:
Alexey Rastov troop@bigmailbox.ru
+7.8632904000
+7.8632904000

Technical Contact:
Alexey Rastov troop@bigmailbox.ru
+7.8632904000
+7.8632904000

Record expires on 2011-01-12 (YYYY-MM-DD)
Record created on 2010-01-12 (YYYY-MM-DD)

Domain servers in listed order:
ns1.maninwhite.cc
ns3.bizrestroom.cc

Registration Service Provider: OnlineNic.com

[Provided by NeuStar Registry Gateway Services]
Network Whois record

Queried whois.ripe.net with “-B 91.200.164.18″…

% Information related to ‘91.200.164.0 – 91.200.167.255’

inetnum: 91.200.164.0 – 91.200.167.255
netname: VESTEH-NET
descr: Vesteh LLC
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org: ORG-VL42-RIPE
admin-c: MA8185-RIPE
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mnt-routes: VESTEH-MNT
mnt-domains: VESTEH-MNT
changed: hostmaster@ripe.net 20100116
source: RIPE

organisation: ORG-VL42-RIPE
org-name: Vesteh LLC
org-type: OTHER
descr: Vesteh LLC
remarks: Tiraspol branch
address: 35 Lenina street, office 12
address: Tiraspol, Transdnistria
phone: +37353380639
e-mail: info@vesteh.net
admin-c: MA8185-RIPE
tech-c: MA8185-RIPE
mnt-ref: VESTEH-MNT
mnt-by: VESTEH-MNT
changed: support@vesteh.net 20091214
source: RIPE

person: Maksim Ananyev
address: 35 Lenina street, office 12
address: Tiraspol, Transdnistria
phone: +37353380639
e-mail: maksim.ananyev@vesteh.net
nic-hdl: MA8185-RIPE
mnt-by: VESTEH-MNT
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% Information related to ‘91.200.164.0/22AS47560’

route: 91.200.164.0/22
descr: Vesteh
origin: AS47560
mnt-by: VESTEH-MNT
changed: support@vesteh.net 20100116
source: RIPE
DNS records

DNS query for 18.164.200.91.in-addr.arpa returned an error from the server: NameError

name class type data time to live
golden-gateco.tw IN SOA
server: ns1.maninwhite.cc
email: root.ns1.maninwhite.cc
serial: 1002201546
refresh: 300
retry: 120
expire: 86400
minimum ttl: 60
120s (00:02:00)
golden-gateco.tw IN A 91.200.164.18 120s (00:02:00)
golden-gateco.tw IN NS ns1.maninwhite.cc 120s (00:02:00)
golden-gateco.tw IN NS ns3.bizrestroom.cc 120s (00:02:00)
golden-gateco.tw IN MX
preference: 10
exchange: mx.golden-gateco.tw
120s (00:02:00)
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WhoIs choice-rx.com

Buying Prescription Drugs Online Scam Alert 1
May Be Dangerous
Says Drug Enforcement Administration

DEA Logo - Buying Proscription Drugs

Click Here
National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP)

Warning

“The Canadian Pharmacy, Canadian/European Pharmacy”, “Canadian Healthcare” and “US Drugstore” are brands of one of the most disgusting illegal online pharmacy group well organized CRIMINAL OPERATION of all times. “GREED” is the driving force behind this operation. Don’t let them fool you. They will never send you any genuine drugs. If they ever send anything at all, it may consist of literally anything from sugar to wall plaster, and they certainly don’t care that you will endanger your health by taking those dangerous counterfeit drugs.

Behind The Online Pharmacy

Today a shadowy, transnational network of illicit drug manufacturers, traders, doctors, Web site operators, spammers and criminals makes up the online pharmacy world.

Buying Medication Online Can Be Safe

There are many options out there when it comes to buying medication online. We have looked at websites after websites. Some sites feature offshore pharmacies that do not require a prior prescription. Others feature licensed pharmacies that do require a prescription from your doctor.
Before making a purchase that can effect your health, we strongly recommend that you consult your physician & DO NOT self-medicate. Ordering medication online can be a safe, money-saving experience. When done through licensed online pharmacies that require a prescription, you can be assured that the medication you get is exactly what you need to treat your ailments.

Also See ThreatChaos

Department of Justice – Ryan Haight Act


Domain Name: CHOICE-RX.COM
Registrar: 1 & 1 INTERNET AG
Whois Server: whois.schlund.info
Referral URL: http://REGISTRAR.SCHLUND.INFO
Name Server: NS57.1AND1.COM
Name Server: NS58.1AND1.COM
Status: ok
Updated Date: 04-may-2009
Creation Date: 04-may-2009
Expiration Date: 04-may-2010

Last update of whois database: Sat, 20 Feb 2010 09:05:42 UTC

domain: choice-rx.com
created: 05-May-2009
last-changed: 11-Nov-2009
registration-expiration: 05-May-2010

nserver: ns57.1and1.com 74.208.2.9
nserver: ns58.1and1.com 74.208.3.8

registrant-firstname: Joel
registrant-lastname: Troska
registrant-street1: 8390 W Lake Dr
registrant-pcode: 55317
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registrant-city: Chanhassen
registrant-ccode: US
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tech-c-firstname: Hostmaster
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% See http://registrar.1und1.info for information about 1&1 Internet AG

Pharmacy Spam – customer order approval – RxRefillStart.com

Buying Prescription Drugs Online Scam Alert 1
May Be Dangerous
Says Drug Enforcement Administration

DEA Logo - Buying Proscription Drugs

Click Here
National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP)

Warning

“The Canadian Pharmacy, Canadian/European Pharmacy”, “Canadian Healthcare” and “US Drugstore” are brands of one of the most disgusting illegal online pharmacy group well organized CRIMINAL OPERATION of all times. “GREED” is the driving force behind this operation. Don’t let them fool you. They will never send you any genuine drugs. If they ever send anything at all, it may consist of literally anything from sugar to wall plaster, and they certainly don’t care that you will endanger your health by taking those dangerous counterfeit drugs.

Behind The Online Pharmacy

Today a shadowy, transnational network of illicit drug manufacturers, traders, doctors, Web site operators, spammers and criminals makes up the online pharmacy world.

Buying Medication Online Can Be Safe

There are many options out there when it comes to buying medication online. We have looked at websites after websites. Some sites feature offshore pharmacies that do not require a prior prescription. Others feature licensed pharmacies that do require a prescription from your doctor.
Before making a purchase that can effect your health, we strongly recommend that you consult your physician & DO NOT self-medicate. Ordering medication online can be a safe, money-saving experience. When done through licensed online pharmacies that require a prescription, you can be assured that the medication you get is exactly what you need to treat your ailments.

Also See ThreatChaos

Department of Justice – Ryan Haight Act


Whois query for rxrefillstart.com…
Results returned from whois.internic.net:
Whois Server Version 2.0
Domain Name: RXREFILLSTART.COM
Registrar: CHINA SPRINGBOARD INC.
Whois Server: whois.namerich.cn
Referral URL: http://www.namerich.cn
Name Server: NS1.QRIZOQQAN.COM
Name Server: NS2.QRIZOQQAN.COM
Name Server: NS3.LECOPDUM.COM
Name Server: NS4.LECOPDUM.COM
Name Server: NS5.GIVIVTAZ.COM
Name Server: NS6.GIVIVTAZ.COM
Status: clientDeleteProhibited
Status: clientTransferProhibited
Updated Date: 10-feb-2010
Creation Date: 10-feb-2010
Expiration Date: 10-feb-2011

Last update of whois database: Thu, 18 Feb 2010 21:13:29 UTC

Results returned from whois.namerich.cn:
DomainName : rxrefillstart.com

RSP: China Springboard Inc.
URL: http://www.namerich.cn

Name Server: NS2.QRIZOQQAN.COM
Name Server: NS5.GIVIVTAZ.COM
Name Server: NS4.LECOPDUM.COM
Name Server: NS3.LECOPDUM.COM
Name Server: NS6.GIVIVTAZ.COM
Name Server: NS1.QRIZOQQAN.COM
Status: clientTransferProhibited
Status: clientDeleteProhibited
Creation Date: 2010-02-11
Expiration Date: 2011-02-11
Last Update Date: 2010-02-11

Registrant Name: SONG XING
Registrant Organization: SONG XING
Registrant Address: NANJINGLU64
Registrant City: JN
Registrant Province/State: SD
Registrant Country Code: CN
Registrant Postal Code: 250045
Registrant Phone Number: +86.055184721271
Registrant Fax: +86.055184721271
Registrant Email: shanwulin_a@163.com

Administrative Name: SONG XING
Administrative Organization: SONG XING
Administrative Address: NANJINGLU64
Administrative City: JN
Administrative Province/State: SD
Administrative Country Code: CN
Administrative Postal Code: 250045
Administrative Phone Number: +86.055184721271
Administrative Fax: +86.055184721271
Administrative Email: shanwulin_a@163.com

Billing Name: SONG XING
Billing Organization: SONG XING
Billing Address: NANJINGLU64
Billing City: JN
Billing Province/State: SD
Billing Country Code: CN
Billing Postal Code: 250045
Billing Phone Number: +86.055184721271
Billing Fax: +86.055184721271
Billing Email: shanwulin_a@163.com

Technical Name: SONG XING
Technical Organization: SONG XING
Technical Address: NANJINGLU64
Technical City: JN
Technical Province/State: SD
Technical Country Code: CN
Technical Postal Code: 250045
Technical Phone Number: +86.055184721271
Technical Fax: +86.055184721271
Technical Email: shanwulin_a@163.com

; Please register your domains at
; http://www.namerich.cn

Information for ‘ns2.qrizoqqan.com’
IP: 61.132.27.103

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