WhoIs GuaranteedRemoval.com and InternetReputation.com?

According to the complaint filed by REFLEX MEDIA, INC., GuaranteedRemoval.com and InternetReputation.com are owned by one ARMAN ALI, of Rajshahi, Bangladesh. This we are not certain.

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The Better Business Bureau says both of these so-called companies are based in the USA. InternetReputation.com is base in Greenwood Village, Colorado and GuaranteedRemoval.com is based in Sarasota, Florida. Sarasota, Florida is of concern to us (SFA) because that’s where Kelly Joe Ellis company supposedly resides.

InternetReputation.com
7100 E Belleview Ave Ste 310
Greenwood Vlg, CO 80111-1639
http://www.internetreputation.com
(800) 758-9012

Business Details
Location of This Business
7100 E Belleview Ave Ste 310, Greenwood Vlg, CO 80111-1639

BBB File Opened: 4/13/2012
Years in Business: 8
Business Started: 1/20/2011
Business Started Locally: 1/20/2011
Business Incorporated: 1/20/2011 in CO
Accredited Since: 12/14/2016
Type of Entity: Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Number of Employees: 26
Alternate Business Name
Marca Global, LLC
Internet Reputation
Business Management
Ms. Melissa Talcott, Registered Agent
Contact Information
Principal : Ms. Melissa Talcott, Registered Agent

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GuaranteedRemoval.com
2170 Main St STE 303
Sarasota, FL 34237-6040

Home


(786) 332-6395

Location of This Business
2170 Main St STE 303, Sarasota, FL 34237-6040

BBB File Opened: 1/9/2018
Contact Information
Principal
Mr. Bryan Powers, Other Contacts
Mr. Steve Thompson, Director
Additional Contact Information
Phone Numbers
(833) 873-0360
(786) 363-8515

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WhoIs ExpertRemovals.com ~ Predatoralerts.co ~ Predatoralerts.com

In following the the links as to who hacked (reputationarea.com) our site, we have stumble upon the sites expertremovals.com, predatoralerts.co and predatoralerts.com
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The challenge with researching these guys is that the result always center around a web of individuals acting in cohorts or independently. There business practices are the same and there methods leave so many footprints making it so difficult to filter out the TRUE culprit. They are all interrelated.

The Whois for expertremovals.com is private. No surprises here. They claimed to be the expert removals of negative posts or comments about you or your firm online. The sites listed on their sites are:

  1. Complaintsboard.com
  2. Ripoffreport.com
  3. The Dirty
  4. PissedConsumer.com
  5. DirtyScam
  6. She’s A Home Wrecker (They were identified in google search of SFA sites)
  7. uascomoplaints.cm

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We we google and bing search expertremovals.com, Predatorsalerts.co appeared. So we then googled Predatoralsert.com and found out that it is for sale and was once owned by a Howard E. Ryan who was sued by 3M Company.

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3M Company v. Ryan

United States District Court, D. New JerseyJun 6, 2007
CIVIL NO. 05-5732 (SRC) (D.N.J. Jun. 6, 2007)

ORDER
STANLEY CHESLER, District Judge

THIS MATTER having come before the Court on the motion by Plaintiff, 3M Company (“Plaintiff” or “3M”), to enforce the terms of a settlement (docket #12) reached between it and Defendants Howard E. Ryan and Custom Browser, Inc. (“Defendants”); and this Court having referred this matter to Magistrate Judge Arleo, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 636(b)(1)(B); and

IT APPEARING that, on December 21, 2006, Magistrate Judge Arleo heard oral argument on the motion; and it further

APPEARING that, on April 24, 2007, Magistrate Judge Arleo issued a Report and Recommendation (“R R”) (docket #29) on this matter, pursuant to FED. R. CIV. P. 72(b), L. CIV. R. 72.1(a)(2), and 28 U.S.C. § 636(b)(1)(B), recommending that the motion to enforce settlement be granted as expressed in the Consent Judgment and Settlement Agreement prepared by the Court; and it further

APPEARING that on May 10, 2007, Magistrate Judge Arleo issued an Amended R R (docket #32) and a Modified Consent Judgment and Settlement Agreement; and it further

APPEARING that a magistrate judge’s recommended disposition of a dispositive matter is subject to de novo review, In re U.S. Healthcare, 159 F.3d 142, 145-46 (3d Cir. 1998); FED. R. CIV. P. 72(b); and it further APPEARING that no objections to the R R have been filed; and it further

APPEARING that this Court has reviewed the R R under the appropriate de novo standard, and agrees with Magistrate Judge Arleo’s analysis and conclusions; and for good cause appearing;

IT IS, THEREFORE, on this 6th day of June, 2007,

ORDERED that Magistrate Judge Arleo’s Amended R R (docket #32) is ADOPTED as the opinion of the Court; and it is further

ORDERED that final judgment is hereby entered in favor of Plaintiff and against Defendants in accordance with the terms of the Consent Judgment and Settlement Agreement, as annexed hereto.

CONSENT JUDGMENT AND SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT
THIS MATTER having come before the Court on March 6, 2006, for a settlement conference, and Arnold B. Calmann, Esq. of Saiber, Schlesinger, Satz Goldstein, having appeared on behalf of Plaintiff, 3M Company (“plaintiff”), along with Hildy Bowbeer, plaintiff’s Assistant Chief of Intellectual Property Counsel, and Defendant, Howard E. Ryan, having appeared pro se and on behalf of defendant Custom Browser, Inc. (“defendants”), and each of the parties having a full and fair opportunity to be heard, and by consent of plaintiff and defendants, it is hereby Ordered, Adjudged, and Decreed, that the following terms, which were placed on the record, will become part of this Consent Judgment and Settlement Agreement:

A. STIPULATIONS AND AGREEMENT OF THE PARTIES

1. Defendants admits to the fame and validity of the “3M” Mark as well as 3M’s exclusive ownership of the Mark;
2. Defendants acknowledge that they made misrepresentations about the 3M respirators and that such misrepresentations was inconsistent with the instructions, limitations and warnings contained in the User Instructions accompanying 3M brand respirator products and that they infringed the 3M Mark;
3. Defendants will take no action, or encourage others, to assist anyone else with infringing, or violating the terms of this Consent Judgment and Settlement Agreement;
4. The corrective press release that this Court had approved previously and that was disseminated to the public is incorporated herein and attached hereto as Exhibit 1;
5. The Temporary restraints and injunction against defendants set forth in the Temporary Retraining Order entered in this action on December 9, 2005 are made permanent by this Consent Judgment and Settlement Agreement, as set forth in section B, below, and will bind defendants Ryan and Custom Browser, including the various websites that Ryan has control over either personally or through Custom Browser;
7. Ryan admits that the list of the websites contained in the corrective press release and listed on Schedule “A” annexed hereto is a complete list of all of the websites that he owns or otherwise controls;
8. Any future disputes relating to the 3M Mark or to this Consent Judgment will be litigated in the District of New Jersey;
9. Defendants will indemnify plaintiff against any third-party claims arising from any misstatements or misrepresentations that were contained on the websites strictly related to the 3M brand respirator products in issue; and
10. If not otherwise covered by the indemnification provision of this Consent Judgment, in the event a third-party files suit against plaintiff for claims arising from the misrepresentations or misstatements that were contained on the websites strictly related to the 3M brand respirator products in issue, in a venue other than the District of New Jersey, plaintiff reserves the right to bring defendants into that lawsuit and assert those claims plaintiff deems appropriate.

B. ORDERS AND PERMANENT INJUNCTION

The defendants, their officers, directors, employees, principals, agents, representatives, subsidiaries, affiliates, partners, successors and assigns, and any other corporate organization, business entity, Internet domain name and website, and/or person under the possession, custody and/or control of defendants, and all those persons aiding, abetting or acting in concert or participation with them who receive actual notice of this Consent Judgment and Settlement Agreement by personal service or otherwise, including in connection with the domain names and websites listed on Schedule “A” annexed hereto and made part of this Consent Judgement and Settlement Agreement, shall be permanently restrained and enjoined, jointly and severally:
1. From selling, making, using, advertising, marketing, promoting, displaying and/or distributing any communication that creates a false or misleading impression, representation and/or statement regarding 3M brand respirator products, in connection with the suggestion or implication of guaranteed protection against contracting communicable disease, condition or health ailment whatsoever;
2. From registering, using, maintaining, owning, creating, managing, controlling, and/or participating in any domain name and/or website that contains or implies any health claim or any other type of claim that is false or misleading or creates a false impression with respect to any aspect of any 3M brand respirator or any respirator product sold under the 3M Mark;
3. From directly or indirectly adopting, using, registering, or seeking to register any trademark, service mark or other type of mark, company, business or domain name, or other name, that would cause a likelihood of confusion with, tarnish, dilute, cause blurring, lessen the significance or value of, or otherwise infringe the 3M trademark. Included within the meanings of a likelihood of confusion and infringement would be any mark or name that would cause a false or misleading association, connection, sponsorship, or affiliation with or endorsement by the 3M Company;
4. From selling, using and/or otherwise adopting any counterfeit reproduction, copy, or colorable imitation of the 3M Mark;
5. From misusing, advertising, marketing, promoting, distributing and/or misrepresenting the 3M trademark in any matter or manner whatsoever, including in connection with any advertisement, marketing, promotion, sales and/or distribution, as well as in connection with any domain name, company name, business name or other name, or any use whatsoever in connection with the Internet (e.g., any metatag, key line or source code);
6. From making any statement or representation whatsoever that falsely designates 3M as the origin of the defendants’ products or services or is otherwise false or misleading with respect to 3M and/or the 3M Mark;
7. From doing any act or thing likely to confuse, mislead or deceive others into believing that defendants, and/or their products or services, emanate from or that defendants themselves are connected with, sponsored by, endorsed by, or approved by, or otherwise affiliated with plaintiff 3M;
8. From playing, utilizing, advertising, marketing, displaying, promoting, or otherwise using in whole or in part the audio file that was presented on the website “3mmasks.com,” on any domain name and website contained in Schedule “A”, or on any other websites, now and in the future, that are operated, owned, managed, and/or controlled by either of the defendants and/or any other corporate organization or business entity or person under the possession, custody and/or control of either or both of defendants, and defendants are enjoined from transferring said audio file and any duplicate or part thereof to any other person for public use in any manner;
9. From playing, utilizing, advertising, marketing, displaying, promoting, or otherwise using in whole or in part the Windows Media File (i.e., video) of defendant Ryan’s CNBC interview that was presented on the website “3mmasks.com,” on any domain name and website contained in Schedule “A”, or on any other websites, now and in the future, that the defendants operate, own, manage, and/or control, and any other corporate organization or business entity or person under the possession, custody and/or control of either or both of defendants, and defendants are enjoined from transferring said Windows Media File and any duplicate or part thereof to any other person for public use in any manner;
10. From misrepresenting, deceiving, defrauding, implying, and/or creating the misimpression to the public in any manner whatsoever that any genuine 3M brand products are to be used, capable of being used, recommended, approved and/or are qualified for use for anything other than the specific and delineated uses set forth in the User Instructions accompanying that 3M brand respirator product presently in effect, and/or as may become effective in the future, or those uses specified for a particular use by a regulatory agency such as the Center For Disease Control (“CDC”), or the World Health Organization (“WHO”);
11. From selling, offering to sell, advertising, marketing, promoting and/or distributing 3M brand respirator products based on any statements or representations, directly or indirectly, that said products can or may be used, or are recommended, approved or qualified for any use other than the specific and delineated uses set forth in the User Instructions accompanying that 3M product presently in effect, and/or as may become effective in the future, or those uses specified for a particular use by a regulatory agency such as the CDC or WHO;
12. No resurrection from any archived source, from any domain name or website, now and in the future, including those websites in Schedule “A” annexed hereto, of the infringing and/or misrepresentative content; and
13. Secreting, destroying, removing or otherwise hindering or preventing the timely production of documents, electronic data and tangible evidence relating to the Defendants’ business activities and/or which are in any way relevant to the allegations contained in the Verified Complaint.
It is further Ordered that subject to the terms of this Consent Judgment and Settlement Agreement, this matter is concluded by entry of this Consent Judgment and Settlement Agreement and any and all claims that were, or could have been, asserted in the lawsuit against defendants are hereby dismissed with prejudice in accordance with the terms of this Consent Judgment and Settlement Agreement as it relates to defendants, with the Court to retain jurisdiction over the parties for purposes of enforcing this Consent Judgment and Settlement Agreement.

Further Ordered that plaintiff releases any and all pending or potential claims against defendants arising under federal and/or state statutory or common law as they pertain to the subject matter of this lawsuit, except as otherwise expressly stated herein.

Both parties waive their right to appeal the final adjudication of this lawsuit as between plaintiff and defendants by entry of this Consent Judgment and Settlement Agreement. However, the parties do not waive the right to appeal any future action, decision, or adjudications by this or any Court with respect to the enforcement, interpretation, or application of the provisions of this Consent Judgment and Settlement Agreement.

It is Ordered this ___ day of May, 2007

The parties hereby agree to the terms of the Settlement Agreement set forth here in Pro Se

For The Plaintiff, 3M Company ________________________________________
DATED: ______________________________
Hildy Bowbeer Assistant Chief of Intellectual Property Counsel ________________________________________
DATED: Arnold Callman, Esq. Saiber, Schlesinger, Satz Goldstein, P.C.

The Defendants, Howard E. Ryan and Custom Browser, Inc. ________________________________________
DATED: Howard E. Ryan,

SCHEDULE A
Incorporated in the foregoing Consent Judgment and Settlement Agreement are the following domain names and websites:

  1. libraryfilter.com
  2. predatoralerts.com
  3. pandemicflu.com
  4. webgramming.org
  5. custombrowser.com
  6. njplumbersunite.com
  7. customerbrowser.net
  8. customerbrowser.biz
  9. chathamcellphone.com
  10. desktopalert.com
  11. smogmasks.com
  12. customexplorer.com
  13. custombrowser.us
  14. livetherapyonline.org
  15. jessicacutler.net
  16. customalerts.com
  17. customalert.com
  18. customdeskbar.com
  19. customexplorerbar.com
  20. companiontoolbar.com
  21. desktopalerts.net
  22. visprecis.com
  23. thefamilybrowser.com
  24. cloneaide.com
  25. customtoolbar.com
  26. custombrowser.info
  27. singlesalert.net
  28. singlesalerts.net
  29. ieblocker.com
  30. birdflumasks.us
  31. respirators.us
  32. familymedicalsupplies.com

We also uncovered that Predatoralerts.co also exist and offering its services
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Don’t know if these individuals are related or are in cahoots but here is a lawsuit brought by REFLEX MEDIA, INC., a Nevada Ccorporation

REFLEX MEDIA, INC., a Nevada
Corporation,
Plaintiff,
v.
DOE NO. 1, an individual d/b/a http://www.PredatorsAlerts.com; DOE NO.
2, an individual d/b/a http://www.PredatorExposed.com; ARMAN ALI, an individual d/b/a/ D4 SOLUTIONS BD; MARCA GLOBAL, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company d/b/a http://www.InternetReputation.com; WEB PRESENCE, LLC, a Nevada limited liability company d/b/a http://www.NetReputation.com, http://www.GuaranteedRemoval.com, and http://www.ReputationLawyers.com; and DOES 3-50, inclusive,

REFLEX MEDIA, INC., a Nevada
corporation,
Plaintiff,
v.
DOE NO. 1, an individual d/b/a http://www.PredatorsAlerts.com; DOE NO.
2, an individual d/b/a http://www.PredatorExposed.com; ARMAN
ALI, an individual ( Arman Ali is an individual residing in Rajshahi, Bangladesh,) d/b/a D4 SOLUTIONS BD; MARCA GLOBAL, LLC, a Colorado limited
liability company d/b/a http://www.InternetReputation.com; WEB PRESENCE, LLC, a Nevada limited liability company d/b/a http://www.NetReputation.com, http://www.GuaranteedRemoval.com, and http://www.ReputationLawyers.com; and
DOES 3-50, inclusive,

Albert Ahdoot dba Colocation America and Scott Breitenstein dba Predatorswatch.com Have Frequent Our Sites the Most

A review of the search terms on SFA sites indexed by google revealed that Albert Ahdoot dba Colocation America of Los Angeles and Scott Breitenstein dba Predatorwatch.com of Dayton, Ohio including operators of the sites beenverified.com, instantcheckmate.com, and 123people.com have pay the most scamFRAUDalert SFA sites.

We are aware that our sites have been hacked and have all reasons to believe that these two individuals  are somehow involved. Nevertheless, we intend on bring them to justice.

Below are the searched terms listings.

  1. mgmforex
  2. http://www.123people.com
  3. 123people usa
  4. remove reviewstalk.com reviews
  5. colocation america corporation
  6. remove scamgroup posts
  7. badboyreport
  8. instant checkmate wiki
  9. remove & delete a shesahomewrecker.com post
  10. ripe net whois
  11. cheaterland removal
  12. data center colocation company orlando
  13. instantcheckmate com reviews
  14. instantcheckmate.com reviews
  15. lombard dui attorney
  16. contract dispute lawyer arlington heights
  17. instantcheckmate.com reviews
  18. one wilshire colocation
  19. ripe ip address lookup
  20. remove information from beenverified
  21. how to remove my information from beenverified
  22. how to remove information from beenverified
  23. colocation los angeles
  24. beenverified
  25. 123people.com usa
  26. craigslist.ocom
  27. next layer telekommunikationsdienstleistungs – und beratungs gmbh
  28. scamadviser wiki
  29. site scamadviser
  30. webhostingtalk offers
  31. complaintboard.in
  32. cloudflare.com abuse
  33. notice of ceasing to act family court
  34. wipo udrp
  35. what is cheaterland
  36. shesahomewrecker ohio
  37. whois.arin.net
  38. whois.arin.net
  39. remove scamfraudalert posts
  40. cheatersrus
  41. repdigger removal
  42. lbduk
  43. liarscheatersandbastards removal
  44. complaintsboard.com
  45. rxfourm
  46. todd ulrich wftv
  47. craigslist.ocom
  48. badboyreport
  49. scott breitenstein dayton ohio
  50. ara inc collection agency
  51. predatorswatch
  52. kidslivesafe scam
  53. 350 e cermak rd chicago il 60616
  54. area code 530 scams
  55. colocation tahiti
  56. goodwill marina del rey
  57. 123people
  58. code postal 86400
  59. dui attorney clifton nj
  60. lv wilshire pm
  61. ripe ip whois
  62. http://www.complaintsboard.com
  63. cheaterland website
  64. ripe whois lookup

WhoIS profiledefenders.com aka Scott Allen Breitenstein of Dayton, Ohio

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Sites Where we Can Remove Complaints

 ReputationArea3

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Have a complaint online that is false? Is it hurting you or your business? Well no longer do you need to worry as we can guarantee to remove any of the negative webpages from the websites listed below. This is a direct removal where the webpage will no longer be live on the website and we will also get the webpage removed from Google completely once we have it taken off of the website.
Please select the websites in which you need a removal from and send us an email through our contact form with the URL and information and we will reply back with a quote and time frame for the permanent removal.

BBB_Report
Location of This Business
29 Bidleman Street
Dayton, OH 45410-1917

BBB File Opened:7/25/2012
Alternate Business Name
Hide My Domains, LLC
Complaints Bureau
exposeascam.com

Contact Information
Principal
Mr. Scott Allen Breitenstein, Owner
Additional Contact Information
Website Addresses
http://www.complaintsbureau.com
http://www.exposeascam.com
(937) 660-7343
Location of This Business
29 Bidleman Street
Dayton, OH 45410-1917

BBB File Opened:7/25/2012
Alternate Business Name
Hide My Domains, LLC
Complaints Bureau
exposeascam.com

Contact Information
Principal
Mr. Scott Allen Breitenstein, Owner
Additional Contact Information
Website Addresses
http://www.complaintsbureau.com
http://www.exposeascam.com
(937) 660-7343

  1. outscam.com/
  2. usacomplaints.com/
  3. complaintboard.com/
  4. complaintsboard.com
  5. incomplaint.com/
  6. Reviewstalk.com
  7. ripoffreport.com/
  8. LiarscheatersRus.com
  9. ReportMyEx.com
  10. ComplaintsBureau.com
  11. DatingScams101
  12. DeadBeatDirectory
  13. BadBoyreport.kr
  14. DatingPsychos.com
  15. Playerblock.com
  16. badboyreport.kr
  17. badboyreports.com
  18. badbusinessrus.com
  19. badgirlreports.com
  20. blacklist-report.com
  21. cheatercollege.com
  22. cheaterland.com
  23. cheaterregistry.com
  24. cheaterreport.com
  25. cheaterreports.com
  26. cheaterscatcher.com
  27. cheatersrus.com
  28. cheatingspouses.net
  29. datingcomplaints.com
  30. datingnightmare.com
  31. datingpsychos.com
  32. datingscams101.com
  33. deadbeatdirectory.com
  34. expose-homewreckers.com
  35. exposing-cheaters.com
  36. filthylittlesecrets.com
  37. flushthejohns.com
  38. hesawomanizer.com
  39. houseofliars.com
  40. ihatedeadbeats.com
  41. liarscheatersandbastards.com
  42. liarscheatersrus.com
  43. losadulteros.com
  44. pervertreport.com
  45. playerblock.com
  46. predatorswatch.com
  47. reportdeadbeats.com
  48. reportmyex.com
  49. shesahomewrecker.com
  50. stabbedmeintheback.com
  51. stdregistry.com
  52. stdregistry.org
  53. thedirty.com
  54. badbizforum.com
  55. badbizreport.com
  56. blacklistreport.com
  57. citysearch.com
  58. complaints.com
  59. complaintboard.com
  60. complaintsbureau.com
  61. exposeascam.com
  62. rate-my-agent.com
  63. realtorcomplaints.com
  64. scamboard.com
  65. scamfound.com
  66. scaminformer.com
  67. usacomplaints.com
  68. stdcarriersdatabase.com

WhoIs reputationarea.com?

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SFA Reporter
Sep 20, 2014·scamFRAUDalert.com
User Info
Name: Terry Martin
Email: terry@reputationarea.com
Website:
Comment: Attention Marketing Department

We are reaching you to alert you to a recent Ripoff Report filed against your business. Whether the report is accurate or not, if we easily found the below report in Google’s search results, you can bet you’re losing new customers because of it:
Archie Garga Richardson, Archie Richardson, Garga Richardson Archie Richardson aka ScamFraudAlert aka Archie Garga Richardson Glendale Internet

http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Archie-Garga-Richardson/internet/Archie-Garga-Richardson-Archie-Richardson-Garga-Richardson-Archie-Richardson-aka-ScamFr-1176250

This complaint was filed against your business on 9/12/2014.

We’re Reputation Experts and we help companies like yours repair their damaged online reputation. Please let us know
your phone number , so we can explain how we can help you overcome this business development hurdle.

Thank you,
Terry Martin, Reputation Expert
ReputationArea.com

PREDATORSWATCH.COM – LINKEDIN INVITATION ~ DIANE WATERS

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scamFRAUDalert see it appropriate to ALERT online visitors to Fraud Alert2the domain scamfraudalert.org. The domain expired and we forgot to renew it. The domain is currently in the hands of a cybercriminal. DO NOT CLICK the LINK associated with the domain name scamFRAUDalert.org for NOW.

The criminals HAVE hacked our sites and have been harvesting posts. We intend on getting .org back.

Below are the POSTS that are being harvested with REDIRECTS:

  1. Sedo.com: scamfraudalert.org is available for purchase
  2. extortion scam – LinkedIn Invitation ~ Diane Waters
  3. scamfraudalert.org/2013/03/08/economic-frauds-www-.
  4. mugshots extortions – LinkedIn Invitation ~ Diane Waters
  5. scamfraudalert.org/2013/11/25/linkedin-invitation-.
  6. Popular Facebook Scams – LinkedIn Invitation ~ Diane Waters
  7. scamFRAUDalert Digest – scamfraudalert.org
  8. scamfraudalert . org
  9. wikiwarnings.com – LinkedIn Invitation ~ Diane Waters
  10. unethical – LinkedIn Invitation ~ Diane Waters
  11. scamfraudalert.org/category/scam-alert
  12. extortion scheme – LinkedIn Invitation ~ Diane Waters
  13. public record harvester – scamfraudalert.org › category › public-alert › public-record-harvester
  14. WhoIs ~ globalpharmacyintl.com – LinkedIn Invitation ~ Diane Waters
    scamfraudalert.org › 2013/11/22 › whois-globalpharmacyintl-com

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UnAuthorized Firms – Fake Companies Operating in the UK

The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have listed these firms or individuals as scamalertsuspicious and are unauthorized to conduct business in the UK.

Calibre Cars trading name of Autotech Kent Car Sales (Cranbrook) Ltd -08/08/2019
Profit Trading Ltd (clone of UK registered company) – 06/08/2019
Thomas and Ward Advisors LLC – 06/08/2019
Smith & Williams PLC trading as Smith and Williams Online (clone of authorised firm) – 06/08/2019
Amanh Bank (clone of authorised firm) – 05/08/2019
BC Profit (clone of authorised firm) – 02/08/2019
TBFX Limited (clone of FCA authorised firm) – 02/08/2019
Complete Protection Cover Ltd – 02/08/2019
Cheap Insurance Broker – 02/08/2019
B1 Insurance – 02/08/2019
Mariusz Juszcayk – 02/08/2019
VPM Vermogensverwaltungs AG (clone of FCA authorised firm) – 02/08/2019
DQN Capital (clone of FCA authorised firm) – 02/08/2019
Tribely (clone of FCA authorised firm) – 02/08/2019
Wise Capital UK (clone of authorised firm) – 01/08/2019
LIB Group Asset Management – 31/07/2019
Atlantic Equities LLP (clone of authorised firm) – 31/07/2019
Dang Kang International Group Limited (clone of authorised firm) – 31/07/2019
StockotradeFX \ Ultimatecryptofx \ Tradevibefx (clone) – 30/07/2019
Hartmead Finance Limited (clone of FCA authorised firm) – 30/07/2019
Windsor Manor – 30/07/2019
Pension Cash Now – 30/07/2019
British Capital Investments – 29/07/2019
Trading Investments Group – 29/07/2019
First Chartered Investments -29/07/2019

WhoIs Cutestat AKA Kelly Joe Ellis (Part III) AKA MugShot Operator of Cleansearch.com & Bankruptreport.com

SFA_cutestat


800.544.7145

As we continued our investigation of cutestat.com, we have identified Kelly Joe Ellis a mugshot operator to be the rightful owner. We are not sure if Mr. Ellis reside in Carthage, Missouri or Boca Raton, Florida. Our guess is he may have residence in both states. Nevertheless, the results of our investigation is staggering.

Mr. Ellis is incorporated under the corporate name of Innovative Data Search LLC. An entity that owns the infamous site bankruptReport.com. To research this guy, we suggest you begin by googling Kelly Joe Ellis first. Next is to google Ripoffreport.com and the Better Business Bureau (BBB) for his companies and websites.
Innovation Data

Along with mugshots operation, we believe he operate a hosts of malware sites. We were constantly warned of the danger of clicking one of his sites including the malware infested site on google for scamFRAUDalertco.cutestat.com shown above.
Malware InfestationNorton Block Intrusion Attack

  1. Innovative Data Search LLC
  2. Bankruptreport.com
  3. Badbadteacher.com
  4. RemoveArrest.com
  5. RemoveRecord.com
  6. RemoveReview.com
  7. RemoveListing.com
  8. Clean-search.com
  9. Cleansearch.net
  10. cleansearch.com
  11. escambiamugshots.com
  12. seminolemugshots.com
  13. suwanneemugshots.com
  14. volusiamugshots.com
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FTC Obtained Injunctive Relief Against Elite IT Partners, Inc and it CEO James Martinos

FOR RELEASE
March 7, 2019
TAGS: deceptive/misleading conduct Technology Bureau of Consumer Protection Consumer Protection Advertising and Marketing Online Advertising and Marketing Telemarketing
As part of a state, federal, and international crackdown on tech support scams, the Federal Trade Commission has temporarily shut down a Utah-based scheme that tricked consumers into believing their computers were infected with viruses in order to sell them costly computer repair services.

FTC Chairman Joe Simons speaking at Department of Justice Tech Support Takedown 2019 Elder Fraud Event
Chairman Joe Simons reaffirmed FTC’s commitment to keeping older adults safe during a speech at the Department of Justice Tech Support Takedown 2019 Elder Fraud Event.

At the request of the FTC, a federal judge issued a temporary restraining order against Elite IT Partners, Inc. and its founder, President and CEO James Martinos. In a complaint, the FTC alleges that Martinos and his company used deceptive tactics to gain access to consumers’ computers and then sell costly and unnecessary computer repair and other services. The vast majority of the scheme’s victims were older consumers, according to the complaint.

The FTC’s action is part of an initiative announced today with the Department of Justice and other federal and state partners aimed at cracking down on elder fraud, with a particular focus on tech support scams. The effort is part of the Department of Justice’s largest coordinated sweep of elder fraud cases in history.

“In 2018, older consumers reported losing money to tech support scams more frequently than younger adults,” said FTC Chairman Joe Simons, who discussed the issue at a news conference today at the Department of Justice. “The actions announced today show that we are committed to keeping older adults safe by shutting down these tech support scams and holding the operators accountable for their illegal actions.”

The FTC today released new complaint data that shows tech support scams may disproportionately affect older adults. The FTC’s latest Consumer Protection Data Spotlight shows that consumers 60 and older were about five times more likely in 2018 to report losing money to a tech support scam than younger adults (those between the ages of 20 and 59). Over the past four years, older adults filed more reports of a loss to a tech support scam than any other FTC fraud category.

In addition, the FTC also is releasing updated guidance for consumers and businesses on how to spot and avoid losing money to a tech support scam. This includes a new three-minute video featuring a consumer who fell victim to a tech support scammer.

How to Avoid a Tech Support Scam
The first-person story about a retired business consultant’s tech support scam experience, what he did about it.
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FTC Targets Utah-based Scam
The FTC alleges that Elite and Martinos used Internet ads targeting consumers looking for email password recovery help. Consumers who responded to Elite’s Internet ads were encouraged to provide their names, email addresses, and phone numbers. Once they reached consumers, Elite’s telemarketers often claimed to be associated with well-known companies like AOL or Yahoo, or falsely claimed that these companies are defunct and no longer provide customer service.

Elite’s telemarketers falsely told consumers that their problems most likely stemmed from a computer virus or infection in order to persuade consumers to provide access to their computers, the FTC alleges. Once they gained access, the telemarketers ran bogus “diagnostic” tests that tried to pass off normal computer files and functions as problematic or dangerous and made other deceptive claims.

The telemarketers often told consumers that these sham “diagnostic” tests showed their computers were in imminent danger in order to sell them unneeded computer repair and antivirus software and services, according to the FTC complaint. They used other scare tactics and misrepresentations to sell additional service plans costing as much as $39.99 per month. The FTC alleges that the company failed to adequately disclose that it required a one-year commitment and consumers would be automatically renewed for a second year if they did not cancel in writing at least 30 days before the end of the year. In addition, consumers who tried to cancel within the first year were charged a $150 fee not disclosed prior to purchase.

The FTC alleges that the defendants violated the FTC Act, Telemarketing Sales Rule, and Restore Online Shoppers’ Confidence Act; ROSCA prohibits the sale of goods or services on the Internet through negative option marketing without the proper disclosures.

The Commission vote authorizing the staff to file the complaint was 5-0. The complaint was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah, Central Division.

NOTE: The Commission files a complaint 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. The case will be decided by the court.

The FTC would like to thank Oath (now known as Verizon Media) and Microsoft for their assistance with this case.

The Federal Trade Commission works to promote competition, and protect and educate consumers. You can learn more about consumer topics and file a consumer complaint online or by calling 1-877-FTC-HELP (382-4357). Like the FTC on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, read our blogs, and subscribe to press releases for the latest FTC news and resources.

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MEDIA CONTACT:
Juliana Gruenwald Henderson
Office of Public Affairs
202-326-2924

STAFF CONTACTS:
Colleen B. Robbins
Bureau of Consumer Protection
202-326-2548

Amanda Grier
Bureau of Consumer Protection
202-326-3745

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WhoIs Deloplen.com

Similar to checkpost.space, pushmenews.com, lodder.club, and many others, deloplen.com is a rogue website designed to deliver dubious content and cause redirects. As with the aforementioned websites, users often visit deloplen.com inadvertently.

They are redirected by intrusive advertisements (displayed on other rogue sites) and potentially unwanted applications (PUAs), which usually infiltrate computers without permission. In addition to causing redirects, PUAs generate intrusive advertisements and gather information relating to internet browsing habits.
Norton Block Intrusion Attack
Address lookup
canonical name deloplen.com.
aliases addresses 5.11.86.222
88.85.82.153
Domain Whois record
Queried whois.internic.net with “dom deloplen.com”…

Domain Name: DELOPLEN.COM
Registry Domain ID: 2374424842_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.pananames.com
Registrar URL: http://www.pananames.com
Updated Date: 2019-03-29T15:04:12Z
Creation Date: 2019-03-29T15:02:12Z
Registry Expiry Date: 2020-03-29T15:02:12Z
Registrar: URL Solutions, Inc.
Registrar IANA ID: 1449
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@pananames.com
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.9727369998
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
Name Server: NS-1332.AWSDNS-38.ORG
Name Server: NS-2018.AWSDNS-60.CO.UK
Name Server: NS-430.AWSDNS-53.COM
Name Server: NS-809.AWSDNS-37.NET
DNSSEC: unsigned

Domain Name: DELOPLEN.COM
Registry Domain ID: 2374424842_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.pananames.com
Registrar URL: http://www.pananames.com

Updated Date: 2019-03-29T15:04:12Z
Creation Date: 2019-03-29T15:02:12Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2020-03-29T15:02:12Z
Registrar: URL SOLUTIONS INC.
Registrar IANA ID: 1449
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@pananames.com
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.9727369998
Reseller:
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited — https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited

Registry Registrant ID:
Registrant Name: Private Whois
Registrant Organization: GLOBAL DOMAIN PRIVACY SERVICES INC
Registrant Street: Tower Financial Center Flr 35, 50th St y E. Mendez St
Registrant City: Panama
Registrant State/Province: NA
Registrant Postal Code: NA
Registrant Country: PA
Registrant Phone: +1.9727369998
Registrant Email: deloplen.com.1ib8qmulb0w8h@domains-anonymizer.com

Registry Admin ID:
Admin Name: Private Whois
Admin Organization: GLOBAL DOMAIN PRIVACY SERVICES INC
Admin Street: Tower Financial Center Flr 35, 50th St y E. Mendez St
Admin City: Panama
Admin State/Province: NA
Admin Postal Code: NA
Admin Country: PA
Admin Phone: +1.9727369998

Admin Email: admin.deloplen.com.1ib8qmulb0w8h@domains-anonymizer.com
Registry Tech ID:
Tech Name: Private Whois
Tech Organization: GLOBAL DOMAIN PRIVACY SERVICES INC
Tech Street: Tower Financial Center Flr 35, 50th St y E. Mendez St
Tech City: Panama
Tech State/Province: NA
Tech Postal Code: NA
Tech Country: PA
Tech Phone: +1.9727369998

Tech Email: tech.deloplen.com.1ib8qmulb0w8h@domains-anonymizer.com

Name Server: NS-1332.AWSDNS-38.ORG
Name Server: NS-2018.AWSDNS-60.CO.UK
Name Server: NS-430.AWSDNS-53.COM
Name Server: NS-809.AWSDNS-37.NET
DNSSEC: Unsigned
URL of the ICANN WHOIS Data Problem Reporting System: http://wdprs.internic.net/
>>> Last update of WHOIS database: 2019-08-08T22:35:45Z <<<

Update: Mugshot Operators Arrest

It appears like the law is finally catching up with mugshots operators. The infamous operators of Mugshot.com have been arrested and facing extradition to California The individual arrested are Sahar Sarid, Kishore Vidya Bhavnanie,Thomas Keesee and David Usdan.

According to their website, these guys now claim they are a new organization

mugshotdotcom

NOTICE:

MUGSHOTS.COM IS A NEWS ORGANIZATION. WE POST AND WRITE THOUSANDS OF NEWS STORIES A YEAR, MOST WANTED STORIES, EDITORIALS (UNDER CATEGORIES – BLOG) AND STORIES OF EXONERATIONS. OUR CONTENT REVOLVES AROUND CRIME, ARRESTS AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT. WE BELIEVE IN THE CONSTITUTION AND OUR FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHT TO PUBLISH UNPOPULAR SPEECH. OPEN RECORD LAWS WERE WRITTEN TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC; BY INFORMING THE PUBLIC OF ARRESTS AND TO HOLD LAW ENFORCEMENT ACCOUNTABLE FOR THE HUMANE TREATMENT OF ARRESTEES. MOST OF, IF NOT ALL “MUGSHOT LAWS” WERE CRAFTED TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC FROM FEES FOR REMOVAL OF ONLINE MUGSHOTS AND TO FURTHER PROTECT THE PRESS FROM THOSE VERY SAME “MUGSHOT LAWS”. TO BE CLEAR: WE DO NOT ACCEPT PAYMENT FOR REMOVAL OF ARREST INFORMATION AND/OR BOOKING PHOTOGRAPHS. WE HAVE OUTLINED UNDER OUR RECORD MAINTENANCE POLICY WHAT WE BELIEVE TO BE A FAIR PROCESS FOR ALL. SIMPLY PUT: IF THE COURT SAW FIT TO EXPUNGE YOUR RECORD, SO WILL WE, FREE OF CHARGE. ARRESTS DO NOT IMPLY GUILT AND CRIMINAL CHARGES ARE MERELY ACCUSATIONS, EVERYONE IS PRESUMED INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY IN A COURT OF LAW AND CONVICTED. FCRA DISCLAIMER: MUGSHOTS.COM DOES NOT PROVIDE CONSUMER REPORTS AND IS NOT A CONSUMER REPORTING AGENCY. OUR DATABASE CANNOT BE USED TO MAKE DECISIONS ABOUT CONSUMER CREDIT, EMPLOYMENT, INSURANCE, TENANT SCREENING, OR ANY OTHER PURPOSES THAT WOULD REQUIRE FCRA COMPLIANCE.

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FTC Sued Day Pacer, LLC. and Edutrek, LLC.

The Federal Trade Commission has charged a telemarketing operation and its owners PayDayLoanwith making millions of illegal, unsolicited calls about educational programs to consumers who submitted their contact information to websites promising help with job searches, public benefits, and other unrelated programs.

According to the FTC’s complaint seeking civil penalties, corporate defendants Day Pacer, LLC and Edutrek, L.L.C., and individual defendants Raymond Fitzgerald, Ian Fitzgerald, and David Cumming, obtain consumers’ phone numbers from websites that claim to help consumers apply for jobs, health insurance, unemployment benefits, Medicaid coverage, or other forms of assistance. Instead of offering these services, the defendants and their affiliates call consumers to market vocational or post-secondary education programs, according to the FTC.

“Telemarketers have a duty to ensure that they are not placing calls to people on the National Do-Not-Call Registry,” said Andrew Smith, Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection, “And they cannot rely on affiliate websites that use fine print and other deceptive tactics to lure consumers.”

The job and benefits websites allegedly use different tactics, like small print, to hide their telemarketing purpose. For example, in the exhibit below, the web page states, “Jobs In Your Area” and “Thousands of Government Jobs In Your Area Are Looking to Hire Immediately,” and includes the misleading seals of several federal government agencies. At the bottom of the page is a block of small text that is illegible without substantial magnification. It states that clicking the “submit” button to request information about government jobs provides “consent” to receive telemarketing calls about various subjects unrelated to obtaining a government job.

FTC Exhibit: screenshot of website claiming to find government jobs for users

Similarly, the complaint alleges that the defendants have purchased leads from “FindFamilyResources.com,” a website offering to provide information about Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), welfare benefits, and unemployment insurance. The exhibit below shows a landing page that tells consumers they may “Learn More About Benefits Assistance” by submitting contact information in the boxes provided onscreen. The “yes” or “no” checkbox asking for consent to receive telemarketing calls is placed directly under an unrelated question about residency and age.

FTC Exhibit: screenshot of website claiming to help users find information about government assistance

The defendants are charged with violating the Telemarketing Sales Rule by initiating over five million unsolicited outbound telemarketing calls to numbers on the Do Not Call Registry since 2013, and by providing substantial assistance to other telemarketers who placed calls to numbers on the Do Not Call Registry.

The Commission vote authorizing the staff to file the complaint was 5-0. The complaint was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois on March 29, 2019, after being referred back to the FTC by the U.S. Department of Justice.

NOTE: The Commission authorizes the filing of a complaint 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.

The Federal Trade Commission works to promote competition, and protect and educate consumers. You can learn more about consumer topics and file a consumer complaint online or by calling 1-877-FTC-HELP (382-4357). Like the FTC on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, read our blogs, and subscribe to press releases for the latest FTC news and resources.

CONTACT INFORMATION

CONTACT FOR CONSUMERS:
Consumer Response Center
877-382-4357

CONTACT FOR NEWS MEDIA:
Nicole Drayton
Office of Public Affairs
202-326-2565

STAFF CONTACTS:
Jason Schall
Bureau of Consumer Protection 
202-326-2251

What Is Lead Generation

In marketing, lead generation (/ˈliːd/) is the initiation of consumer interest or enquiry PayDayLoaninto products or services of a business. The FTC say there are unscrupulous lead generator operators online.

You’ve probably shared your contact information online to, say, get details about a job opening. Usually, that’s fine. But sometimes you might be looking for one thing and wind up getting something else – like calls about stuff you never asked for or wanted.

Lead generators are companies that collect your contact information, then sell it to marketers who use it to promote their own products and services. While some lead generators are upfront about what they do with your information, others trick you into sharing it for their own profit – regardless of what you asked for.

The FTC sued Day Pacer, LLC for allegedly making unwanted calls as part of a scheme that used just this kind of bait-and-switch. According to the lawsuit, Day Pacer is a lead generator that got its leads from websites with convincing graphics and language to make people think they were in the right place to get what they needed. People went to these websites and shared their phone numbers to get help applying for jobs, health insurance, unemployment benefits and other assistance. But that’s not what they got. Instead, people got unwanted phone calls from Day Pacer with sales pitches to enroll in post-secondary and vocational schools operated by its clients. The company disturbed millions of people with these calls – even though their numbers were on the National Do Not Call Registry.

When you search online for jobs, benefits, or government assistance, you want to be sure you wind up where you need to be. So, once you have your search results:

  • Check out the URL before you click. Search online for that URL, plus the words “review” or “complaint.” Do the same thing with the company name, if you can find it. That will tell you what other people have experienced with that site.
  • Look for sites with “.gov” in the URL. Of course, there are many reliable, non-government, online sources. But government sites are the safest bet. So, for example:

And if you know someone who’s gone through this kind of bait-and-switch, report it to the FTC.