from: Myra Nicholson – email@example.com
to: ScamFraudAlert firstname.lastname@example.org
date: Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 7:50 AM
Subject: Potential Settlement
Important mainly because of the people in the conversation.
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Good morning Mr. Garga-Richardson –
I hope you and I can finally resolve this issue to be mutually agreeable to both parties and to help consumers. Just to outline the direction I would like to see (we can go over details if everyone is comfortable with the general premise).
My client would
- Agree to post information prominently on the site that the site is advertising based and many offers on the site (if accepted would lead to communication from advertisers)*
- Agree to hire you as a consumer advocate consultant and work with you to constantly improve the experience for the users. Our standard rate for outside consultants is $85/hour
- Address any complaints from users you have received and work to satisfy the users concerns.
- Drop all current litigation against you or any of your companies.
- Remove negative information from sites and posts you have control over.
- Agree not to post additional negative allegations or information so long as my client is complying with terms of our agreement.
- Work with my client in helping them insure their user process is transparent and beneficial to consumers and users.
I look forward to hearing from you.
From: ScamFraudAlert [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2011 6:48 AM
To: Myra Nicholson
Subject: Fwd: CSI Inquiry – 41169 [ttid: 1006,48597]
Dear Ms. Nicholson:
Thank you for responding to my emails. As the Court have instructed us to seek mediation which is require by Florida Law, I am looking forward to working with your client to put in PLACE a system where your client and I can exchange emails as I have been communicating with careerbuilder.com and monster.com. A copy of my communication with careerbuilder is forwarded below.
As I have said along, ScamFraudAlert.com position is as follows:
However, this is a starting point to reach some resolutions.
- That your client put in place measures that would protect and safeguard job seekers against misrepresentation and deceptive advertising.
- That a disclaimer be put on all web pages which your client advertise on that inform job seekers the position he/she is about to apply for is an advertisement for career education training. Such disclaimer be visible and not hidden.
- That all job seeker be given the option to opt out of any career education training solicitations.
- This is our position and we hold this steadfast. Monitoring of your client business practices online is on going due to the nature of the work we do at ScamFraudAlert.com.
We are open to listen to your proposals.
Thank you for your time and I look forward to working with you.
Consumer Protection | Cyber-crime Awareness
FYI…. Careerbuilder never initiated any lawsuit against scamFRAUDalert or any bloggers. Instead, careerbuilder and other job search board listen to what consumers were complaining about and implemented safe guards to protect job seekers.
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From: Site Integrity SiteIntegrity@careerbuilder.com
Date: Tue, May 23, 2006 at 1:32 PM
Subject: CSI Inquiry – 41169 [ttid: 1006,48597]
To: TTRecorder TTRecorder@careerbuilder.com, ScamFraudAlert firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for contacting Careerbuilder.com. We appreciate you sending us this information. We are dedicated to removing fraudulent companies from our website and we rely on the help of our customers to do so.
At this time, we have removed the jobs posted by T-T-T Inc from our site and are currently working to ensure that this company will not have the ability to use any of the products and services on our website. In appropriate cases, we will also share information with the FBI, Secret Service, and local law enforcement agencies across the country to further combat this type of fraudulent activity.
Thanks for your help! If you have any additional questions or comments, please let us know. We are available by email at email@example.com or by phone at 1-866-438-1485, 8:00 am to 9:00 pm EST, Monday through Friday.
Heather Blythe / Site Integrity Team
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2 thoughts on “Attorney Myra P. Nicholson Offered Representing Alec Difrawi aka Gigats aka Expand, Inc. aka EducationMatch.com”
Thu, Oct 6, 2011, 12:16 PM
My client cannot post this disclaimer on all jobs on other job posts for the following reasons:
1. Many of the employers that post jobs on our site, which are then re-posted on other sites, will not allow us to alter the content of the job.
2. Some of the employment sites we partner with will not allow mention of advertising in the job posting (they are ok with advertising being on our site once the user is sent to our site).
Since the user does not apply for the job until after they are on our site it should be sufficient to alert the user at that time that we offer advertising on our site.
I hope this clarifies the matter to your satisfaction.
Myra P. Nicholson, Esq.
Phone (407) 425-7831
Fax (407) 206-6565
Oct 1, 2011, 5:15 AM
to Myra Nicholson
Dear Ms. Nicholson:
In the sprite of bi-partisan good faith, I am extending my hand out to you to begin a working relationship leading up to the Pre-Trial Conference schedule for January 30, 2012.
I am asking of you that all communication between us be initiated by us. That is all emails and letters we exchange come directly from you likewise me. I will do my uttermost best to make myself available for any questions you may have.
Please be aware that Mr. Difrawi and Mr. Kress have contacted in the past and I have made clear to Mr. Alec Difrawi and his related companies that he needs to institute as part of his business practices “safeguards” that would protect job seekers.
In the past, I have worked with Careerbuilder.com, Monster.com and other job search engines or websites in policing their websites.
Today, https://careerbuilder.com and https://monster.com are a much safer place for job seeker to look for jobs.
I am more than willing to work with Gigts.com, softrock.com, CareerNetwork.com, Internet Solutions Corporation all affiliated companies or whatever website or company Mr. Difrawi creates to ensure job seekers are protected. Simply put, he needs to a disclaimer on each posting that these job postings are an advertising for higher education enrollment.
To this extend, a disclaimer need to be posted on all job postings advertised by your organizations.
It is my hope that this is a good start to begin our communication.