IC3 Warns of Criminals Using Mug Shots to Extort Victims

IC3 Logo (Large)The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has received hundreds of complaints from individuals claiming to have found their mug shots posted on various websites. Some of these individuals have stated they were juveniles at the time of their arrests and their records were sealed—and therefore not available to the public. Others have said that the information posted was either incorrect or blatantly false.

When victims requested that the photos be removed from the sites, they were asked to provide copies of their driver’s licenses, court records, and other personal identifying information—putting them at risk for identity theft. They were also told they had to pay a fee…but even then, some pictures were not removed—or if they were taken off one site, they were then posted to a similar site. If victims threatened to report the websites for unlawful practice, the websites’ owners threatened to escalate the damaging information against the victims. If you’ve had a similar experience, please file a complaint at


4261 Southwest Freeway
Houston, TX 77027

Phone: (713) 479-2801
Fax: (713) 479-2859

Attention: Isiah Carey,

Dear Mr. Carey:

We at scamFRAUDalert have reviewed the YouTube VIDEO reporting on the website


KRIV (Photo credit: Wikipedia) which is less than 24 hours old and would like for you to make the necessary correction to your report.

You stated in your report that the website is associated with an individual from NIGERIA. This is TOTALLY UNTRUE. As we were one of the first to report on this site, your characterization of an individual from NIGERIA as being the owner is misleading and we at scamFRAUDalert are appalled that a respectable news organization such as FOX NEWS would report inaccurate information.

Please see scamFRAUDalert investigation of  link provided below.

Your cooperation in assisting the PUBLIC with ACCURATE information would go a long way than misleading and inaccurate information.

Thank you for your cooperation.




5 thoughts on “PREDATORSWATCH.COM ~ YouTube Video

  1. SFA Reporter says:

    Public Record Harvester Michael Wayne King of Miami, Florida is an individual that should be on the PUBLIC RADAR.


    Below are some of his tirade against co-workers at the Florida Department of Agriculture and others

    • Wes Singletary – Florida Department of Agriculture
    • Sasha Velez – Florida Department of Agriculture
    • Tony McDowell – Florida Department of Agriculture
    • Stuart Scott – Florida Department of Agriculture
    • Steve Bradley – Florida Department of Agriculture
    • Luanne Stiles – Florida Department of Agriculture
    • Charles Bronson – Commissioner, Florida Department of Agriculture

  2. SFA Reporter says:

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  3. SFA Reporter says:

    Blackmail scheme portrays innocent men as predators

    Posted: Mar 15, 2013 2:57 PM PST Updated: Mar 15, 2013 2:57 PM PST
    By Isiah Carey, Reporter – bio
    HOUSTON (FOX 26) –

    The dating scene can be difficult for some and that’s why many are now turning to websites like Craigslist to post an advertisement for companionship. That’s what Raymond Carmiciano of Houston said he did.

    Carmiciano says, “I’m a single guy and I’m on a dating site and I’ve been on Craigslist…I’ve met a few ladies and I sucker out on dates and try one.”

    Carmiciano believes his information was eventually lifted from Craigslist and placed on this website…Predators Watch. Raymond says he received an email he believes from the actual website indicating he was on it. He says the site makes him look like a convicted sexual predator. Here’s why? On this same site where you can find Raymond’s photo and information there are actual convicts’ photos who are sex predators.

    The website has been tracked back to Sweden and possibly a man of Nigerian decent.

    Carmiciano says, “how do you get a hold of these people…because they’re completely bogus.”

    Bogus or not I took a look at the site and during my search I found dozens of mainly males from Houston listed on Predator Watch.

    Now why would someone post individuals pictures on a website and call them predators? The dollar. Here’s the catch. In order for you to get off the website all you need to do is click a button and pay $99 dollars.

    Jason Fowell is a Houston attorney who specializes in civil litigation. He says the website is a nightmare for those who end up on it listed as predators. People who are not actually sex offenders or predators of any kind.

    Fowell says, “modern day extortion is what it is now we have a website to put your picture on it with a bunch of criminals and I think it’s extortion that they ask you for $100…for a $100 we will remove you from this website.”

    The website is so bold it tells readers don’t think about suing because the owner can’t be held responsible for what appears on it. They say because they take public submissions and the information won’t always be correct.

    Fowell says, “they kind of invite you to sue them it’s pretty aggressive it’s pretty cavalier but you can see the can of worms that can be open if anyone can put out a release saying we’re not liable we can do whatever we want you can imagine everyone would be doing that.”

    That simply means you can sue Predators Watch…the key is tracking down the owner and having the money to hire an attorney which Raymond says he can’t afford.

    So far we have not been able to reach the owners of the website but as of Friday afternoon the site was offline.

    Read more:

  4. SFA Reporter says:

    Also send to

    Mail Delivery Subsystem

    12:08 PM (2 hours ago)

    to me
    Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:

    Technical details of permanent failure:
    Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the server for the recipient domain by [].

    The error that the other server returned was:
    550 5.7.1 : Relay access denied.

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