Scammers Are Targeting Businesses with Fake FTC Emails

Scammers have sent thousands of emails that appear to be from the FTC, but are not. These emails to business people claim that complaints have been filed against their companies. If you get an unexpected email that claims to be from the FTC and asks you to click on a link or attachment for information about consumer complaints, delete it. Don’t open it. Don’t click on the links. If you do, it may install malware on your computer. 

If you think you may have downloaded malware, see www.OnGuardOnline.gov/malware.

Complaintsboard Is Hurtful To Business

Houston !!! We have a problem



Complaintsboard.com and it’s affiliated sites as listed below represents a present and imminent threat to “US”
we who are THE GENUINE CONSUMER REPORTING and SCAM FIGHTING ORGANIZATIONS. WE HAVE THE BADGE TO PROVE OUR MISSION FOCUS WORK.”

The practices of manufacturing complaints are UNACCEPTABLE AND just plain outright unethically. THESE JERKS SHOULD BE STOP.

ScamFraudAlert.com-Forum and Blog, have observed that some of the complaints posted on complaintsboard.com are manufactured i.e. posted by commercial spammers.
The Operators of Complaintsboard.com also engage in the promotion of unapproved online pharmacy websites – promoting the sale prescription drugs online without a Doctor prescription.

  1. Complaintsboard Engages in Cybersquating
  2. Complaintsboard.com is Merareview.com
  3. Scammers Are On Complaintsboard.com
  4. ScamInformer.com
  5. Scamtracers.com
  6. Scamradar.com
  7. scamchecker.com
  8. bizclaims.com
  9. scamfound.org
  10. spamcaution.com
  11. Spaminform.com
  12. Scamchasers.com
  13. Scamadvocates.com
  14. scamfraudripoff.com
  15. ripoffonline.com
  16. ripofftalk.com
  17. http://www.buzzillions.com
  18. www.topconsumerreviews.com
  19. http://www.iripoff.com
  20. http://complaintcenter.com

As a business owner, it pains me to see all sorts of businesses being slammed on this website called ComplaintsBoard.com . Sure, it has become a really popular avenue for consumers to vent their frustrations on businesses who have done them wrong.

But… the scary part is that vicious competitors are now using this vehicle to slander other legitimate businesses.

I have seen so many fake-sounding complaints about businesses on this website. Where is their sense of decency?

Here’s to you Complaintsboard.com :

How would you like your competitors to slander your site and post fake complaints about you?

And you, Elizabeth Arden, are you getting richer and richer everyday while these businesses are hurting? I hope that you sleep really well tonight?

Complaints Board

W 110th St Ste 400
Overland Park, KS 66210-2407
(240) 764-48637500
http://www.complaintsboard.com


United States Court of Appeals
FOR THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT
___________

No. 09-2601
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Susan Johnson; Robert Johnson; *
Cozy Kittens Cattery LLC, *
*
Appellants, *
* Appeal from the United States
v. * District Court for the
* Western District of Missouri.
Elizabeth Arden, dba *
ComplaintsBoard.com; Michelle *
Reitenger; ComplaintsBoard.com, *
InMotion Hosting Inc.; Melanie *
Lowry; Kathleen Heineman, *
*
Appellees. *
___________

Submitted: February 10, 2010
Filed: August 4, 2010
___________

Before RILEY, Chief Judge,1 SMITH and SHEPHERD, Circuit Judges.
___________

SMITH, Circuit Judge.

Susan and Robert Johnson filed a state civil suit making multiple claims against
several defendants as a result of allegedly defamatory statements posted on an internet
discussion board. The defendants removed the case to federal court. The original

1. The Honorable William Jay Riley became Chief Judge of the United States
Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit on April 1, 2010.
complaint included six defendants; however, the Johnsons located and served only
InMotion Hosting, Inc. (“InMotion”), Melanie Lowry, and Kathleen Heineman.

The district court2 dismissed the claims against InMotion with prejudice,
finding that the Communications Decency Act (CDA) of 1996, 47 U.S.C. § 230(c)(1)
and (e)(3) protects InMotion. The court dismissed the claims against Lowry and
Heineman without prejudice, finding that Lowry and Heineman had insufficient
contacts with the State of Missouri to be subjected to personal jurisdiction in Missouri.
Finally, the district court set aside a state court default judgment against Lowry under
Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 60(b). On appeal, the Johnsons argue that the district
court erred in dismissing the claims against InMotion, Heineman, and Lowry and
erred in setting aside the default judgment against Lowry. For the reasons stated
below, we disagree and affirm.

I. Background
The Johnsons reside in Unionville, Missouri, where they own and operate the
exotic cat breeding business known as the Cozy Kitten Cattery. The Cozy Kitten
Cattery is a Missouri limited liability company formed in 2007. Its principal office and
place of business is located in Missouri, and the Johnsons are its sole members.
Around December 2004, the Johnsons obtained a registered federal trademark and
service mark for “Cozy Kitten Cattery.” The Johnsons operate their cat breeding
business under that trademark and licensed the use of that trademark and service mark
to Cozy Kitten Cattery, LLC. The Johnsons advertise their business on the internet and
have a website with the web address http://www.CozyKittens.com.

Someone posted several allegedly defamatory statements about the Cozy Kitten
Cattery on the interactive website http://www.ComplaintsBoard.com. In response, the

2. The Honorable Dean Whipple, United States District Judge for the Western
District of Missouri.
Johnsons and Cozy Kittens Cattery filed suit against Elizabeth Arden d/b/a
http://www.ComplaintsBoard.com, Michelle Reitenger, http://www.ComplaintsBoard.com,
InMotion, Lowry, and Heineman in Putnam County, Missouri. Counts I, II and III allege that all six defendants conspired to use http://www.ComplaintsBoard.com to post false statements about the Johnsons, including statements that the Johnsons kill cats, the Johnsons “rip off” cat breeders, the Johnsons steal kittens, the Johnsons’ cats and kittens are infected, and the Johnsons are con artists. The Johnsons assert that they requested all defendants to remove the statements but that the statements were not removed for more than 48 hours.

The Johnsons assert that they suffered lost sales of kittens and cats, lost revenue and lost goodwill and will continue to suffer damages because of the statements posted on the interactive website.

The Johnsons assert that InMotion, Lowry, and Heineman were all served with
the Summons and Petition/Complaint, although all three dispute service. The Johnsons
were unable to locate or serve defendants Elizabeth Arden d/b/a
http://www.ComplaintsBoard.com, Michelle Reitenger or http://www.ComplaintsBoard.com.

Heineman, Lowry, and InMotion moved in district court to dismiss the action
based on lack of personal jurisdiction and insufficient service of process. Heineman and InMotion also asserted improper venue as an additional ground for dismissal.

A. Kathleen Heineman
Heineman is a resident of the State of Colorado and has been since 1981.
Heineman is a cat breeder and also works as an accountant. In both capacities, she works out of her home in Colorado. She maintains no offices in Missouri, owns no property in Missouri and does not pay taxes in Missouri. She also alleges that she does not own any domain name registrations and does not own or operate any website.
However, the website, http://www.BoutiqueKittens.com, and the related cat breeding and selling business are licensed by the State of Colorado to Heineman, and thus for the purpose of this appeal, we will assume that Heineman owns the website in question.
The Johnsons assert that Heineman sells cats and kittens throughout the United States, including the State of Missouri, while advertising on the internet using the web address http://www.BoutiqueKittens.com. The Johnsons allege that Heineman advertises and sells cats and kittens under the name “Cozy Kittens and Cuddly Cats.”

Heineman had a limited business relationship with the Johnsons, which ended
in March 2006. The Johnsons never employed Heineman or paid her a salary. She provided administrative assistance to the Johnsons from her home office in Colorado, including proofreading services and other miscellaneous work on an intermittent basis, such as helping them to acquire cats.

Between 2002 and 2006, the Johnsons contend that Heineman purchased about 16 cats for them from breeders throughout the United States. Heineman did not profit from the purchase of these cats. Some of these cats were shipped to Heineman in Colorado and then eventually shipped to Susan Johnson in Missouri; other cats were picked up from the sellers directly by the Johnsons or their relatives.

In 2002, Heineman twice delivered cats to the Johnsons in Missouri. During the course of their relationship, the Johnsons contend that they shipped seven cats to Heineman and charged her only for their out-of-pocket expenses.

In the course of their relationship, Heineman also purchased advertising space
from the Johnsons on http://www.CozyKittens.com for a fee of $100 per kitten advertised.
The Johnsons’ website then listed Heineman’s email address as the contact email for persons interested in those cats. These advertisements were not targeted to Missouri residents, and Heineman did not place any cats or kittens or do any other business in Missouri. Heineman advertised approximately 50 cats in this manner. Heineman asserts that she has not posted or authorized anyone else to post anything about the Johnsons on ww.ComplaintsBoard.com or on any other website.
B. InMotion Hosting, Inc. – InMotion is a California corporation and maintains its principal place of business there. InMotion, as an internet service provider (ISP), only hosted the http://www.ComplaintsBoard.com website. InMotion does not operate http://www.ComplaintsBoard.com or create any of its content. InMotion does not monitor or control the content of its customer’s websites, including
http://www.ComplaintsBoard.com.

The website http://www.ComplaintsBoard.com is published worldwide on the
internet. The website is interactive, permitting and encouraging individuals to post complaints about businesses and business owners. Individuals seeking to post complaints on the website are required to register with the website and provide identifying information, such as their name and email address.

C. Melanie Lowry
Lowry resides in California and does not own any property in Missouri, does
not have any bank accounts or telephone listings in Missouri, has never paid taxes in Missouri, and has never transacted business in Missouri. Lowry asserts that she has never done business with the Johnsons, does not know them, and has only spoken to Susan Johnson one time on the telephone—a call initiated by Susan Johnson.

The Johnsons assert that Lowry’s postings on http://www.ComplaintsBoard.com
included statements that Susan and Robert Johnson had sold a breeder cat without providing the papers, offered a refund but refused to pay it, stolen money from their customers, and fed their cats Tylenol, causing them to suffer horrible deaths and pre-death injuries.

The record contains one alleged posting by Lowry on http://www.ComplaintsBoard.com. That alleged posting does not mention Missouri, and there is no other evidence in the record indicating that the focal point of this particular posting, or any of Lowry’s other postings, was Missouri.

The Johnsons filed a state court complaint against Lowry, who they assert was
properly served on July 17, 2008. Lowry did not respond or file a pleading. A
Missouri default judgment was filed against Lowry on September 22, 2008. Lowry filed a motion to set aside the judgment on November 12, 2008.

D. Procedural History
The defendants removed the case to federal court based on diversity of
citizenship. Heineman filed a motion to dismiss contending that she was not properly served and that the district court had improper venue and lacked personal jurisdiction under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(2). The district court granted Heineman’s motion for lack of personal jurisdiction. The Johnsons then filed a motion for an order of default against InMotion, which had not yet filed any pleadings in the district court.
The district court denied the motion.

InMotion then filed its motion to dismiss under Rule 12(b), contending that it
was not properly served, the district court did not have venue, the complaint failed to state a claim for relief, it had insufficient contacts with Missouri to be sued there, and Missouri was an inconvenient forum. InMotion did not raise the CDA as a defense.
The district court raised the CDA sua sponte in its order granting InMotion’s motion to dismiss.

Finally, Lowry, pro se, filed a two-page letter/motion moving to dismiss the
complaint against her, claiming that she was not properly served and that the district court lacked personal jurisdiction because she had insufficient contacts with the State of Missouri. In the same motion Lowry moved to set aside the default judgment on liability pending against her.
The district court entered an order dismissing the claims against InMotion with
prejudice and dismissing the claims against Lowry and Heineman without prejudice.
The district court found that Lowry and Heineman had insufficient contacts with the State of Missouri to be subjected to personal jurisdiction there and that the CDA barred claims against InMotion. The district court also set aside the state court default judgment against Lowry under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 60(b) but made no specific finding in support of that ruling.

II. Discussion

On appeal, the Johnsons argue that the district court erred in

(1) dismissing the
claims against InMotion, after finding that InMotion was immune from suit under the CDA;

(2) dismissing the claims against Heineman for lack of personal jurisdiction;
(3) dismissing the claims against Lowry for lack of personal jurisdiction; and (4) abused its discretion in setting aside the default judgment against Lowry.

A. Communications Decency Act

The Johnsons first argue that the district court erroneously dismissed their
claims after concluding InMotion is immune under the CDA. The Johnsons contend that 47 U.S.C. § 230(c)(1) and (e)(3) merely provide that a provider of internet services shall not be treated as the publisher or speaker of information on the internet provided by another party but does not immunize a provider from suit. The Johnsons assert that Missouri law provides for joint liability where a wrong is done by concert of action and common intent and purpose. According to the Johnsons, the CDA would only bar actions against website operators deemed to be the “publisher or speaker” of defamatory material.

InMotion responds that the district court correctly found that InMotion was
immune from suit under the CDA. Additionally, InMotion asserts that it maintained no control and had no influence over the content that the Johnsons alleged was posted on http://www.ComplaintsBoard.com by unrelated third parties. Because of this, InMotion maintains, it could not have “acted in concert” or “intentionally inflicted emotional distress” in a manner that caused any damage to the Johnsons.

This case presents an issue of first impression for this court, as we have not
previously interpreted § 230(c). “Statutory interpretation is a question of law that we
review de novo.” Minn. Supply Co. v. Raymond Corp., 472 F.3d 524, 537 (8th Cir.
2006). The CDA states that “[n]o provider or user of an interactive computer service
shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another
information content provider,” 47 U.S.C. § 230(c)(1), and expressly preempts any
state law to the contrary, id. § 230(e)(3).3 The CDA defines an “information content
provider” as “any person or entity that is responsible, in whole or in part, for the
creation or development of information provided through the internet or any other
interactive computer service.” Id. at § 230(f)(3).

Read together, these provisions bar plaintiffs from holding ISPs legally
responsible for information that third parties created and developed. See Fair Hous.
Council of San Fernando Valley v. Roommates.com, LLC, 521 F.3d 1157, 1162–64
(9th Cir. 2008) (holding that CDA immunity did not apply to website that was
designed to force subscribers to divulge protected characteristics, but that CDA
immunity did apply to the “Additional Comments” section of the website where the
information was created by third parties and not required by the website ISP).
“Congress thus established a general rule that providers of interactive computer
services are liable only for speech that is properly attributable to them.” Nemet
Chevrolet, Ltd. v. Consumeraffairs.com, Inc., 591 F.3d 250, 254 (4th Cir. 2009).

3
Section 230(e)(3) states:
(3) State law—Nothing in this section shall be construed to prevent any State
from enforcing any State law that is consistent with this section. No cause of
action may be brought and no liability may be imposed under any State or local
law that is inconsistent with this section.

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“The majority of federal circuits have interpreted the CDA to establish broad
‘federal immunity to any cause of action that would make service providers liable for
information originating with a third-party user of the service.'” Almeida v.
Amazon.com, Inc., 456 F.3d 1316, 1321 (11th Cir. 2006) (quoting Zeran v. Am.
Online, Inc., 129 F.3d 327, 330 (4th Cir. 1997)). The district court, following majority
circuit precedent, held that § 230(c)(1) blocks civil liability when web hosts and other
ISPs refrain from filtering or censoring the information that third parties created on
their sites. Green v. Am. Online, 318 F.3d 465, 471 (3d Cir. 2003) (holding that under
the CDA the defendant ISP is not liable for failing to monitor, screen, or delete
allegedly defamatory content from its site).

It is undisputed that InMotion did not originate the material that the Johnsons
deem damaging. InMotion is not a “publisher or speaker” as § 230(c)(1) uses those
terms, therefore, the district court held that InMotion cannot be liable under any
state-law theory to the persons harmed by the allegedly defamatory material. Five
circuit courts agree. See Universal Commc’n Sys., Inc. v. Lycos, Inc., 478 F.3d 413,
419 (1st Cir. 2007) (affirming dismissal of a claim brought by a public-traded
company against an internet message board operator for allegedly false and
defamatory postings by pseudonymous posters); Batzel v. Smith, 333 F.3d 1018
1032–33 (9th Cir. 2003) (holding that even if operator of internet services could have
reasonably concluded that the information was sent for internet publication, he was
immunized from liability for the defamatory speech as a “provider or user of
interactive computer services” under the CDA); Green v. Am. Online, 318 F.3d at 471;
Ben Ezra, Weinstein & Co. v. Am. Online, Inc., 206 F.3d 980, 986 (10th Cir. 2000)
(finding that defendant ISP was immune to the defamation claim under the CDA when
it made its own editorial decisions with respect to third-party information published
on its website); Zeran, 129 F.3d at 332–34 (holding that the CDA barred claims
against defendant ISP that allegedly delayed in removing defamatory messages posted
by unidentified third party, refused to post retractions of those messages, and failed
to screen for similar postings thereafter).

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District courts in this circuit have reached the same conclusion. See, e.g.,
PatentWizard, Inc. v. Kinko’s, Inc., 163 F. Supp. 2d 1069, 1072 (D.S.D. 2001)
(holding that Ҥ 230 of the Communication[s] Decency Act errs on the side of robust
communication and prevents the plaintiffs from moving forward with their claims”
that a company that allowed users to access the internet via its computers could be
held liable for the actions of one of those users).

The Johnsons cite Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law,
Inc. v. Craigslist, Inc., 519 F.3d 666 (7th Cir. 2008), for support. Craigslist held that
Ҥ 230(c) as a whole cannot be understood as a general prohibition of civil liability for
web-site operators and other online content hosts. . . .” Id. at 669. However, while the
Seventh Circuit construes § 230(c)(1) to permit liability for ISPs, it limited that
liability to ISPs that intentionally designed their systems to facilitate illegal acts, such
as stealing music. Id. at 670 (citing Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. v. Grokster,
Ltd., 545 U.S. 913 (2005); In re Aimster Copyright Litig., 334 F.3d 643 (7th Cir.
2003)). Specifically, Craigslist held that an ISP could not be held liable for allowing
third parties to place ads in violation of the Fair Housing Act on its website if the ISP
did not induce the third party to place discriminatory ads. Id. at 671–72.

The record contains no evidence that InMotion designed its website to be a
portal for defamatory material or do anything to induce defamatory postings. We
conclude that the CDA provides ISPs like InMotion with federal immunity against
state tort defamation actions that would make service providers liable for information
originating with third-party users of the service such as the other defendants in this
case.

Therefore we decline the Johnsons’ invitation to construe § 230(c)(1) as
permitting liability against InMotion for material originating with a third party. See
Zeran, 129 F.3d at 330 (stating that Ҥ 230 precludes courts from entertaining claims
that would place a computer service provider in a publisher’s role. Thus, lawsuits

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seeking to hold a service provider liable for its exercise of a publisher’s traditional
editorial functions—such as deciding whether to publish, withdraw, postpone or alter
content—are barred”).

Because InMotion was merely an ISP host and not an information content
provider, the Johnsons’ claims against InMotion fail as a matter of law under
§ 230(c)(1), and the district court properly dismissed the claims.

B. Personal Jurisdiction
1. Kathleen Heineman
The Johnsons next argue that the district court erred by dismissing the claims
against Heineman for lack of personal jurisdiction. The Johnsons maintain that
Heineman purposefully directed internet activities at Missouri citizens. The Johnsons
also assert that the record establishes personal jurisdiction under the Missouri long
arm statute.

Heineman responds that the Johnsons cannot challenge the district court’s ruling
because they waived any opposition by not filing a timely objection. In the alternative,
Heineman argues that the district court correctly ruled it lacked personal jurisdiction
over her. According to Heineman, the record does not reflect that she had systematic
or continuous contacts with Missouri or, even if she did, that they were aimed or
purposefully directed at Missouri.

First, as a threshold question, we address whether the Johnsons may challenge
the district court’s decision to grant Heineman’s motion. Heineman contends that the
Johnsons have waived any challenge to the district court’s order dismissing her from
the lawsuit because they failed to file a timely opposition to the motion to dismiss at
the district court.

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Heineman filed a motion to dismiss all counts against her, and the Johnsons did
not file a timely response. Instead, two weeks after their deadline passed, the Johnsons
filed a motion for additional time. The Johnsons then filed a response to Heineman’s
motion before the district court ruled on the Johnsons’ motion for additional time. An
affidavit from Susan Johnson was attached with the response. The district court denied
the Johnsons’ motion for additional time and struck the response from the record. The
district court subsequently granted Heineman’s motion to dismiss, finding that the
Johnsons did not respond in a timely manner, but nevertheless, “out of caution,” the
district court stated that it considered Susan Johnson’s affidavit before ruling on
Heineman’s motion to dismiss.

“It is a well-established rule that issues not raised in the trial court cannot be
considered by this court as a basis for reversal.” Edwards v. Hurtel, 724 F.2d 689, 690
(8th Cir. 1984) (per curiam). “The primary purpose of the rule is promptly to inform
the district judge of possible errors, and thus give the judge an opportunity to
reconsider the ruling and make desired changes.” Id. This rule is followed “in all but
exceptional cases where the obvious result would be a plain miscarriage of justice or
inconsistent with substantial justice.” Kelley v. Crunk, 713 F.2d 426, 427 (8th Cir.
1983) (per curiam).

In Shanklin v. Fitzgerald, a plaintiff filed certain exhibits without properly
authenticating the exhibits. 397 F.3d 596, 601 (8th Cir. 2005). The defendant made
a motion to strike the exhibits, and the plaintiff did not oppose. Id. The district court
granted the motion to strike, and on appeal the plaintiff contended that the district
court erred in striking the motion. Id. We held that “[a]bsent exceptional
circumstances, we cannot consider issues not raised in the district court.” Id.

The Johnsons distinguish Shanklin by pointing out that the district court
considered the affidavit from Susan Johnson in making a ruling on the motion to
dismiss, while the Shanklin court did not review any documents. Also, the Johnsons

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did attempt to oppose the motion to dismiss, although in an untimely fashion. In
Shanklin the plaintiff did not even attempt to file an out-of-time opposition. We find
merit in this argument, because the district court acknowledged that it considered
some opposition to the motion—Susan Johnson’s affidavit—which the Johnsons
clearly submitted for the purpose of opposing the motion to dismiss. Therefore, the
trial court had an opportunity to “reconsider” the issue of whether to dismiss knowing
that the Johnsons opposed dismissal. In fact, in the district court’s order, it specifically
stated that “out of caution, and because the Court must construe the jurisdictional facts
in the light most favorable to the Johnsons, the Court has considered the affidavit of
Sue Johnson . . . . ” Therefore, we hold that the Johnsons sufficiently preserved their
argument for appeal.

Grants of motions to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction under Federal
Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(2) are reviewed de novo. First Nat’l Bank of Lewisville,
Ark. v. First Nat’l Bank of Clinton, Ky., 258 F.3d 727, 729 (8th Cir. 2001). “If the
District Court does not hold a hearing and instead relies on pleadings and affidavits,
then we must look at the facts in the light most favorable to the nonmoving party and
resolve all factual conflicts in favor of that party.” Epps v. Stewart Info. Serv. Corp.,
327 F.3d 642, 646–47 (8th Cir. 2003).

In Missouri, to obtain personal jurisdiction over a non-resident
defendant, “the plaintiff must make a prima facie showing that (1) the
cause of action arose out of an activity covered by Missouri’s long-arm
statute, . . . and (2) the defendant had sufficient minimum contacts with
Missouri to satisfy the requirements of due process.”

Berry v. Berry (In re Marriage of Berry), 155 S.W.3d 838, 840 (Mo. Ct. App. 2005)
(quoting Wray v. Wray, 73 S.W.3d 646, 649 (Mo. Ct. App. 2002)). “The evidentiary
showing required at the prima facie stage is minimal. . . . ” Willnerd v. First Nat’l
Neb., Inc., 558 F.3d 770, 778 (8th Cir. 2009) (internal quotations and citation
omitted).

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Missouri’s long-arm statute, Mo. Rev. Stat. § 506.500, confers jurisdiction to
the extent allowed by the Due Process Clause.4 State ex rel Deere and Co. v. Pinnell,
454 S.W.2d 889, 892 (Mo. 1970). Under this standard, “[p]ersonal jurisdiction exists
only if the contacts between the defendant and the forum state are sufficient to
establish that the defendant has purposefully availed himself of the benefits and
protections of the forum state.” Johnson v. Woodcock, 444 F.3d 953, 955 (8th Cir.
2006). In Aftanase v. Economy Baler Co., we set forth five factors courts must
consider when determining whether there are sufficient minimum contacts to confer
jurisdiction. 343 F.2d 187, 197 (8th Cir. 1965). These factors include: (1) the nature
and quality of the contacts with the forum state; (2) the quantity of the contacts; (3)
the relationship of the cause of action to the contacts; (4) the interest of Missouri in
providing a forum for its residents; and (5) the convenience or inconvenience to the
parties. Id. The first three factors are primary factors, and the remaining two factors
are secondary factors. Id. The third factor distinguishes whether the jurisdiction is
specific or general. Digi-Tel Holdings, Inc. v. Proteq Telecomm., Ltd., 89 F.3d 519,
523 n.4 (8th Cir. 1996). We must look at all of the factors in the aggregate and
examine the totality of the circumstances in making a personal-jurisdiction
determination. Northrup King Co. v. Compania Productora Semillas Algodoneras,
S.A., 51 F.3d 1383, 1388 (8th Cir. 1995).

4
The statutes states, in relevant part:

1. Any person . . . whether or not a citizen or resident of this state
. . . submits . . . to the jurisdiction of the courts of this state as to any
cause of action arising from the doing of any such acts:

(1) The transaction of any business within this state;
(2) The making of any contract within this state;
(3) The commission of a tortious act within this state. . . .

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The minimum contacts necessary for due process may be the basis for either
“general” or “specific” jurisdiction. Davis v. Baylor Univ., 976 S.W.2d 5, 12 (Mo. Ct.
App. 1998). A court obtains general jurisdiction “against a defendant who has
‘continuous and systematic’ contacts with the forum state, even if the injuries at issue
in the lawsuit did not arise out of the defendant’s activities directed at the forum.”
Dever v. Hentzen Coatings, Inc., 380 F.3d 1070, 1073 (8th Cir. 2004) (quoting
Helicopteros Nacionales de Colombia, S.A. v. Hall, 466 U.S. 408, 415–16 (1984)).
Specific jurisdiction over a defendant is exercised when a state asserts personal
jurisdiction over a nonresident defendant that “‘has purposefully directed [its]
activities at [Missouri] residents'” in a suit that “‘arises out of’ or ‘relates to’ these
activities.” Lakin v. Prudential Sec., Inc., 348 F.3d 704, 707 (8th Cir. 2003) (quoting
Burger King Corp. v. Rudzewicz, 471 U.S. 462, 472 (1985)).

a. General Jurisdiction
Heineman’s contacts with the State of Missouri—which must be found to be
“continuous and systematic” before general jurisdiction is conferred—may be
summarized as follows: She purchased cats in Missouri for delivery to the Johnsons;
personally delivered cats to the Johnsons in Missouri on two separate occasions;
conducted her cat breeding and sale business with the Johnsons, using the Johnsons’
website—operated from the Johnsons’ location in Unionville, Missouri—for a period
of about four years, which ended two years before this lawsuit was initiated; and
engaged in numerous telephone conversations and email exchanges with the Johnsons
during that four-year period.

Heineman is a citizen and resident of Colorado who sells cats and kittens
throughout the United States, and advertises her business on the website
http://www.BoutiqueKittens.com. The Johnsons and Heineman first made contact when
Heineman purchased a cat from the Johnsons in late 2001 or early 2002. Around April
2002, they began a business relationship that lasted until March 2006. During this
time, Heineman provided the Johnsons administrative assistance with their website,

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http://www.CozyKittens.com. She also purchased advertising space for cats she sold from
Colorado on the Johnsons’ website, advertising approximately 50 cats thereon.
Between 2002 and 2006, Heineman purchased about 16 cats for the Johnsons from
breeders throughout the United States. These cats were generally shipped to Colorado,
then eventually shipped to Missouri. Heineman never worked as an employee of the
Johnsons.

Applying the Aftanase factors, see Lakin, 348 F.3d at 711, we do not find
sufficient contacts between Heineman and Missouri to support general jurisdiction.
Heineman did business almost exclusively from her Colorado home, except for
infrequent trips to Missouri to deliver cats. See Johnson, 444 F.3d at 956–57 (holding
that evidence that nonresident party collaborated with a resident and had a publishing
relationship with another did not establish general jurisdiction); see also Helicopteros,
466 U.S. at 418 (“[W]e hold that mere purchases, even if occurring at regular
intervals, are not enough to warrant a State’s assertion of in personam jurisdiction over
a nonresident [party] in a cause of action not related to those purchase transactions.”).
Heineman’s contact with Missouri was neither continuous nor systematic.

With the Johnsons unable to establish that Heineman had continuous and
systematic contacts with Missouri, we turn to the question of specific jurisdiction.

b. Specific Jurisdiction
Specific jurisdiction is proper “only if the injury giving rise to the lawsuit
occurred within or had some connection to the forum state, meaning that the defendant
purposely directed its activities at the forum state and the claim arose out of or relates
to those activities.” Steinbuch v. Cutler, 518 F.3d 580, 586 (8th Cir. 2008) (citing
Burger King Corp., 471 U.S. at 472).

The Johnsons’ primary support for specific jurisdiction are two sets of actions
that Heineman allegedly undertook—posting defamatory statements on

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http://www.ComplaintsBoard.com and using the trademark “Cozy Kittens” on the website
http://www.BoutiqueKittens.com. The trademark claim will be discussed under a Lanham
Act analysis. See infra. The question for both sets of actions is whether Heineman
“purposefully directed” her internet activities at the State of Missouri.

When considering the sufficiency of internet contacts under a specific
jurisdiction analysis, we have found the Zippo test instructive. Lakin, 348 F.3d at
710–11. In Zippo Mfg. Co. v. Zippo Dot Com, Inc., the court examined the issue of
whether a website could provide sufficient contacts for specific personal jurisdiction.
952 F. Supp. 1119, 1124 (W.D. Pa. 1997). The court created a “sliding scale” to
measure the likelihood of personal jurisdiction. Id. The scale runs from active contract
formation and repeated transmission of computer files to mere posting of information
on a website. Id. The http://www.ComplaintBoards.com site lands on the “mere posting” end
of the scale. Although InMotion represents http://www.ComplaintsBoard.com as an
“interactive” website, users may actually only post information. There is no interaction
between users and a host computer; the site merely makes information available to
other people. The website’s accessibility in Missouri alone is insufficient to confer
personal jurisdiction.

There are other ways the Johnsons can obtain specific jurisdiction, including
employing the Calder effects test. See Calder v. Jones, 465 U.S. 783 (1984). “To
sustain [their] argument, [the Johnsons] would have to show that [Heineman] knew
that ‘the brunt of the injury would be felt by [them] in the State in which [they] live
[ ] and work[ ]’ and intentionally targeted the forum state.” Steinbuch, 518 F.3d at 586
(quoting Calder, 465 U.S. at 789–90).

The “effects” test, therefore, provides that

a defendant’s tortious acts can serve as a source of personal jurisdiction
only where the plaintiff makes a prima facie showing that the defendant’s acts (1) were intentional, (2) were uniquely or expressly aimed at the forum state, and (3) caused harm, the brunt of which was suffered—and which the defendant knew was likely to be suffered—[in the forum state].

Lindgren v. GDT, LLC, 312 F. Supp. 2d 1125, 1132 (S.D. Iowa 2004) (internal quotations and citation omitted). We have stated that this test “allows the assertion of personal jurisdiction over non-resident defendants whose acts are performed for the very purpose of having their consequences felt in the forum state.” Dakota Indus., Inc.
v. Dakota Sportswear, Inc., 946 F.2d 1384, 1390–91 (8th Cir. 1991) (internal quotations and citation omitted). Heineman’s alleged acts were not so performed.

The Johnsons allege that Heineman stated on http://www.ComplaintBoards.com that “Sue Johnson and Cozy Kittens operated from Unionville, Missouri, where they killed cats, sold infected cats and kittens, brutally killed and tortured unwanted cats andoperated a ‘kitten mill’ in Unionville, Missouri.” Although we accept this allegation as true,5 alone, it fails to show that Heineman uniquely or expressly aimed her statements at Missouri. The statements were aimed at the Johnsons; the inclusion of “Missouri” in the posting was incidental and not “performed for the very purpose of having their consequences” felt in Missouri. There is no evidence that the http://www.ComplaintsBoard.com website specifically targets Missouri, or that the content of Heineman’s alleged postings specifically targeted Missouri.

Additionally, even if the effect of Heineman’s alleged statement was felt in Missouri, we have used the Calder test merely as an additional factor to consider when evaluating a defendant’s relevant contacts with the forum state. In Dakota, we

5
There is no copy of any post from Heineman, defamatory or otherwise, in the record, although at this summary judgment stage we construe the evidence in the light most favorable to the Johnsons. Semple v. Federal Exp. Corp., 566 F.3d 788, 791 (8th Cir. 2009).

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declined to grant personal jurisdiction solely on the basis of forum state effects from an intentional tort. Id. at 1391 (“In relying on Calder, we do not abandon the five-part [Aftanase] test . . . . We simply note that Calder requires the consideration of additional factors when an intentional tort is alleged.”). We therefore construe the Calder effects test narrowly, and hold that, absent additional contacts, mere effects inthe forum state are insufficient to confer personal jurisdiction. See Hicklin Eng’g, Inc.
v. Aidco, Inc., 959 F.2d 738, 739 (8th Cir. 1992) (per curiam). As explained, supra, there are no additional contacts between Heineman and Missouri to justify conferringpersonal jurisdiction.

Posting on the internet from Colorado an allegedly defamatory statement including the name “Missouri” in its factual assertion does not create the type of substantial connection between Heineman and Missouri necessary to confer specific personal jurisdiction.

c. Lanham Act Claims
The Johnsons also challenge the district court’s denial of jurisdiction for the
Johnsons’ Lanham Act claim. The Johnsons allege that Heineman violated the Lanham
Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1051 et seq.,6 by using the words “Cozy Kittens and Cuddly Cats”
to advertise her cat breeding business on http://www.BoutiqueKittens.com. As noted,
Heineman denies ownership of this website, but for purposes of our review of adismissed count, we assume that Heineman owns the site in question.

Here, we do not decide the viability of the Johnsons’ Lanham Act claim on the merits, only whether the district court had jurisdiction to decide the claim. The

6 The Lanham Act governs the use of federal trademarks. Davis v. Walt Disney Co., 430 F.3d 901, 903 (8th Cir. 2005) (“The Lanham Act prohibits the use of a mark in connection with goods or services in a manner that is likely to cause confusion as to the source or sponsorship of the goods or services.”)

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Missouri long-arm statute confers jurisdiction to Missouri courts for torts committed within Missouri. See Mo. Rev. Stat. § 506.500.

Infringing upon a trademark, as a tort, may be grounds for personal jurisdiction under Missouri’s long-arm statute. Uncle Sam’s Safari Outfitters, Inc. v. Uncle Sam’s Army Navy Outfitters-Manhattan, Inc., 96 F. Supp. 2d 919, 921 (E.D. Mo. 2000).
However, the same “minimum contacts” analysis applies to determine if the allegedly tortious act was committed within Missouri. Id. Heineman, as discussed, does not have sufficient contacts to grant general personal jurisdiction. The Johnsons argue that
Heineman sells cats and kittens throughout the United States, including in the State of Missouri via advertising on http://www.BoutiqueKittens.com, thus creating specific personal jurisdiction. However, under Zippo, whether specific personal jurisdiction could be conferred on the basis of an interactive website depends not just on the nature of the website but also on evidence that individuals in the forum state accessed the website in doing business with the defendant. Zippo, 952 F. Supp. at 1125–26.
Although http://www.BoutiqueKittens.com may be characterized as interactive, there is no evidence in the record that Heineman engaged in any transaction or exchange of information with a Missouri resident via ww.BoutiqueKittens.com, or that a Missouri resident ever accessed the website. We decline to confer personal jurisdiction based on only the possibility that a Missouri resident had contact with Heineman through http://www.BoutiqueKittens.com.

Similarly, the Johnsons have failed to prove that http://www.BoutiqueKittens.com is uniquely or expressly aimed at Missouri; thus Calder provides no support for their Lanham Act claim. For these reasons, as well as the reasons stated supra, Part II.B.1, we hold that Heineman does not have sufficient minimum contacts with Missouri and affirm the district court’s decision to dismiss the Lanham Act claims against Heineman for lack of personal jurisdiction.

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Because we find there was no personal jurisdiction, we do not reach Heineman’s other issues related to service and venue.

2. Melanie Lowry
a. Personal Jurisdiction
The Johnsons also contend that the district court erred by dismissing their claims against Melanie Lowry for lack of personal jurisdiction because the web activities of Lowry were purposefully directed at the citizens of the State of Missouri.
We address this issue with an analysis similar to the one completed above for Heineman.

The only evidence in the record relating to Lowry is an affidavit she attached to her motion to dismiss. In it, Lowry claimed that she has never been to Missouri, does not own any property in Missouri, does not have any bank accounts or telephone listings in Missouri, has never paid taxes in Missouri nor insured a risk in Missouri, and has never knowingly, regularly or continuously transacted business in the State of Missouri. Her affidavit also states that she has never done business with the Johnsons, does not know them, and has only spoken to Susan Johnson one time on the telephone—a call that Johnson initiated. The evidence supporting systematic and continuous contacts between Lowry and Missouri is thus even weaker than that for Heineman. Again applying the Aftanase factors we hold that the district court did not have general jurisdiction over Lowry.

The court also did not have specific jurisdiction over Lowry. Lowry’s alleged activities related to http://www.ComplaintsBoard.com are similar to Heineman’s, except that Lowry did not include any statement related to or mentioning the State of Missouri.
No statement of any kind by Lowry was purposefully directed at Missouri. We affirm the district court’s decision to dismiss the Johnsons’ claims against Lowry for lack of personal jurisdiction.

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b. Default Judgment
Finally, the Johnsons argue that the district court abused its discretion or erred by vacating the Missouri state court default judgment against Lowry under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 60(b). The Johnsons specifically challenge the district court’s lack of a showing of good cause.

The district court, “for good cause shown,” “set aside” the default judgment against Lowry as part of its order granting Lowry’s motion to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction. Thus, while no findings were made or specific reasons given for setting aside the judgment, it is reasonable to surmise that the district court set aside the default judgment as void because the district court found that Missouri courts
lacked personal jurisdiction over Lowry.

The default judgment was filed on September 22, 2008, and Lowry filed a motion to set aside the judgment on November 12, 2008. Lowry did not reference a rule of civil procedure in her motion, but Lowry is a pro se litigant and therefore we construe her pleadings broadly. See Smith v. Hundley, 190 F.3d 852, 855 n.7 (8th Cir. 1999) (holding that pro se pleadings are afforded a liberal construction). Because Lowry specifically stated that “this is my motion to set aside the default judgment” and in the same motion argued that the court did not have personal jurisdiction, we will view her motion as a Rule 60(b)(4) motion. See Baldwin v. Credit Based Asset Servicing and Securitization, 516 F.3d 734, 737 (8th Cir. 2008) (characterizing a pro se motion that did not specify a particular rule of civil procedure as a Rule 60(b)(4) motion because the motion stated that the court did not have personal jurisdiction).

“The court may set aside an entry of default for good cause, and it may set aside a default judgment under Rule 60(b).” Fed. R. Civ. P. 55(c). Rule 60(b)(4) provides in relevant part that “the court may relieve a party . . . from a final judgment [if] . . . the judgment is void[.]” Fed. R. Civ. P. 60(b)(4). “A judgment is void if the rendering court lacked jurisdiction or acted in a manner inconsistent with due

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process.” Baldwin, 516 F.3d at 737 (internal quotations and citation omitted).
“Although we have sometimes said that relief from a judgment under Rule 60(b) is an extraordinary remedy left to the discretion of the district court, relief from a judgment that is void under Rule 60(b)(4) is not discretionary.” United States v. Three Hundred Fifty-Three Thousand Six Hundred Dollars, in United States Currency, 463 F.3d 812,
813 (8th Cir. 2006). “Thus, while Rule 60(b) dispositions are generally reviewed for an abuse of discretion . . . an order [granting] relief pursuant to Rule 60(b)(4) is reviewed de novo.” Id. (internal citation omitted).

This is not a case where Lowry lost on the merits, failed to appeal, and belatedly attempted to avoid the judgment with a Rule 60(b)(4) motion. Cf. Kocher v. Dow Chem. Co., 132 F.3d 1225, 1229 (8th Cir. 1997) (“A party may not use a Rule 60(b)(4) motion as a substitute for a timely appeal. In other words, if a party fails to
appeal an adverse judgment and then files a Rule 60(b)(4) motion after the time permitted for an ordinary appeal has expired, the motion will not succeed merely because the same argument would have succeeded on appeal.”) (internal citations omitted). Rather, Lowry challenged jurisdiction from the inception of this case. The district court found that Lowry could not be subjected to personal jurisdiction in Missouri. Although we reviewed that decision on the merits in this opinion, see supra, Part II.B.2.a, for purposes of review of the district court’s decision to set aside the default judgment, we do not consider the underlying decision; we are confined to determining only whether the district court erred in granting Lowry’s Rule 60(b)(4) motion. See Three Hundred Fifty-Three Thousand six Hundred Dollars, in UnitedStates Currency, 463 F.3d at 814. Because the district court did not err in granting Lowry’s Rule 60(b)(4) motion when it found personal jurisdiction lacking we affirm
the court’s decision to set aside Lowry’s adverse judgment.

III. Conclusion
Accordingly, we affirm the judgment of the district court.


Accents Of Salado
Posted: 2010-09-28 by terrawest

Quality
Complaint Rating: 100 % with 2 votes
Company information:
Nevada
United States

I had purchased 3 urns for $289.00… It was nothing like the actual picture… The picture looks like the the tops are bronzed like almost fauxed and smooth… Just beautiful was real excited to get them in…What I got was 3 pieces of ceramic that looks as if someone took them in the back alley and spray painted them and forgot to dust them off. I had to put them on top of my kitchen cabinets up far so you could not see all the imperfections and just the poor quality…I was very disappointed… Well one day I had went to the furniture show where they sell wholesale and I actually went into a show room that sells the same exact stuff and found out thats where they order alot of there stuff and all of it was junk… I was amazed this company stays in business. I give them an A plus on the website because everything looks so beautiful but they obviously photo shop those pictures… On top of that the whole sale price was 90 dollars and they sell it for 289.00 that is such a ripoff…

Anyways be careful what you buy because honestly the quality is very poor…


I have read the FAQs and checked for similar issues: YES
My site’s URL (web address) is: http://www.accentsofsalado.com
Description (including timeline of any changes made):

RIP OFF REPORTS and COMPLAINTS BOARD are currently attempting to extort payment from my company to remove negative reviews of my ecommerce business. Complaints Board posted a false complaint on 9-28-2010 about an invented product that I do not sell and used my unique company name along with a state location (Nevada) where my company is not located.

http://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/accents-of-salado-c377553.html#comment
Google picked up my company name within hours of the posting and ranked this invented complaint #6 out of 4,180 results. Google ranks Rip Off Reports and Complaints Board pages even higher than my Google Blogspot blog. Curiously I received an email this morning 9-29-2010 from a Reactive Online Reputation Management company offering to remove this complaint. The email reads:

Hello,
Good day, hope you are doing well. My name is Janette Adams and I am a Search Engine Reputation Management (SERM) consultant at BrandRevitalize, a leading reputation management company.

I am writing to inform you that your online reputation may be at risk.
While i was doing my daily research concerning your niche, i noticed that your company, together with other companies, has a listing on Ripoffreport.com http://www.ripoffreport.com/specialty-stores/accents-of-salado/accents-of-salado-poor-qualit-699f6.htm

The above negative listing may put your brand equity and customer loyalty you’ve built at risk. Who you are online is as important as who you are offline. Imagine how frustrating it is to build rapport with a potential client, only to lose the deal when they Google your company name—accentsofsalado.com. BrandRevitalize preserves your marketing investments, customer trust and revenues by eliminating potentially fraudulent use of your brand online. Our company makes sure your online reputation is free from false malicious associations and libelous accusations. We make sure CONTROL is delivered back to you, where it belongs.

In line with this, i am hoping we can schedule a time to discuss your Reactive Online Reputation Management and the amount of time needed to eliminate your negative listings in Google’s Search Engine Results Page (SERP). Are you free for a quick discussion today or tomorrow?

Kindly please let me know so we can schedule a call.
You may also visit our processes’ page for more information

http://brandrevitalize.com/our-process.php
Regards,
Janette Adams
BrandRevitalize – Protect. Repair. Reinforce.
8 Maiden Lane, Streetsville,
ONT, Canada L5M 1W8
1-877-878-4108


THIS FRAUDULENT AND LIBELOUS ACTION IS EXTORTION PURE AND SIMPLE.

I have looked at both Rip Off Report and Complaints Board HTML code. There is no reason that the web site HTML Meta Tags and lack of supporting text would propel these two sites to the top 10 Google search results within hours or even at all. My company has received repeated emails and phone calls that have attempted to extort payment for complaint removal services.

MY QUESTIONS:
1. Does Google give ranking preference to these extortionists?
2. Does Google have a special relationship with these complaint web sites?
3. Google has the ability to remove these web sites from their search results. Why has Google not done so?
4. Is there a Google contact email address?

All replies would be greatly appreciated as it is impossible to find Google contact information anywhere on the Google site. It is impossible to report abuse to Google if Google doesn’t provide Google contact information for these serious matters.


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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
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Interview With A Money Mule


Below is a follow up from the initial gmail job offer. Rather convincing…except the part about filtering fund THROUGH my bank account!!
***************************************************

Dear Applicant,

Thank you for your reply and interest in a part-time position with LCD Group Inc.

I’m sorry for using Gmail in my previous e-mail, however, we are required to use Gmail every time we are contacting new people, due to SPAM problem we had recently. In the future please e-mail me at job@lcd-finance.cc

The main strategic aim of our company is to provide quick, easy, efficient and secure ways for businesses to outsource services locally, nationally and globally, to maximize their competitive advantage and cost effectiveness. The goal of our company is to ensure both, the most reliable security level and simplicity of use and availability.

For the most part what the job requires is for someone to be available Monday through Friday, 9 to 11 am. Your main job would be monitoring your on-line Task Manager, which you’ll create on our site once you’re employed. Once the funds enter your account, your supervisor will notify you and assign you your tasks for the day.

At this point you would go to your bank, withdraw the funds and transfer them using Western Union or Money Gram, as instructed by your supervisor. We provide quick, easy, efficient and secure ways for businesses to out source services locally, nationally and globally to maximize their competitive advantage and cost effectiveness. You would always be aware of where the funds are coming from and where they are going.

In today’s world of commerce, especially with our international clients, making regular wire transfers using international banks could take up to 15 days, which is not an acceptable form of payment to our clientele. Base salary (2,300 AUD)is paid at the end of probationary period (Once employed on the regular basis, base salary (3,000 AUD) is paid on the last business day of the month) via wire transfer to your bank account. Commission (8) should be deducted from money received. Your commission will be deposited along with every transfer. We will let you know how much of the amount deposited is your commission and how much needs to be transferred, all fees are paid from money received. You will find detailed description of the job following the link: http://www.lcd-finance.cc/vacancies/payment

We strongly recommend to read our FAQ:

http://www.lcd-finance.cc/vacancies/payment/faq

Details about our company you can find here:

About LCD Group Inc:
http://www.lcd-finance.cc/about/us
Management Team:

http://www.lcd-finance.cc/about/team

Some important facts:

1. You don’t need to invest your own money to get started;
2. This is not a sales position. While employed with us, you are guaranteed a Base Salary as well as commission per task processed;
3. Each remittance will be accompanied by an invoice ensuring legality of transaction.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me via e-mail or phone, also if you are ready to apply, let me know, so we can get started with registration process. We appreciate your time and sincerely hope to see you in LCD Group Inc team!

Best Regards,

David Booker
Hiring Coordinator,
Human Resources
LCD Group Inc job@lcd-finance.cc
Phone: +61-03-9015-7738
Fax: +61-03-8669-1341

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AUS-FINANCE.CC (Aus Finance Inc)
Tel 03-9015-7738,
Fax 03-9015-7738 (Australia)

COCOONGROUP-LLC.HK (Cocoon Group LLC)
Tel 1-347-669-5199,
Fax 1-347-669-5199 (USA)

MALLOW-GROUP.CC (Mallow Group Inc)
Tel 1-347-274-8772,
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Tel 1-518-618-3923,
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LCD-FINANCE.CC (LCD Group Inc)
Tel 61-03-9015-7738,
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Tel 44-113-815-2178,
Fax 44-113-815-2178

AMINAORG.CC (Amina Group Inc)
Tel 1-773-219-0991,
Fax 1-773-219-0991

ELSDEN-GROUPINC.HK (Elsden Group Inc)
Tel 1-347-855-7939,
Fax 1-347-855-7939

CORES-GROUP.CC (Cores Group LTD)
Tel 44-0203-286-5944
Fax 44-0203-286-5944

CRAFT-GROUPNET.CC (CRAFT LTD)
Tel 44-208-144-8569,
Fax 44-208-144-8569

4STAR-SOLUTIONS.CC (QuoStar Solutions LLC)
Tel 44-115-714-3279,
Fax 44-115-714-3279

DILIGENCE-GROUPINC.CC (Diligence Group Inc)
Tel 1-347-709-5990,
Fax 1-347-709-5990

CESIS-GROUPLLC.CC (Cesis LLC)
Tel 44-020-3286-5944,
Fax 44-020-3286-5944 (United Kingdom)

ARPHIS-GOLDGROUP.CC (Arphis Group Inc)
Tel 1-518-874-0507,
Fax 1-518-874-0507 (USA)

LBMGROUPCO.CC (LBM Group Inc) “Stacey Danner”
Tel 1-213-536-4024
Fax 1-213-536-4024

IMSYSTEMS-GROUP.CC (IM Systems Group Inc)
“Sharon Turner”

UKTECH-GROUPLLC.CC (High Tech World LLC)
Tel 44-0203-239-4985, Fax 44-0203-239-4985 (United Kingdom)

RADIUM-GROUP.CC, RADIUMUK-LTD.CC (Radium Ltd)
Tel 44-203-286-8341, Fax 44-203-286-8341 (United Kingdom)
“Mark Mayers”

Name servers:
NS1.COUKSNS.Cfranks@yahoo.comC (also NS2 and NS3)
NS1.UKCCONS.CC (also NS2 and NS3)
NS1.NNSQUE.CC (also NS2 and NS3)
NS1.UKDNS.CC (also NS2 and NS3)
NS1.UKNSSPACE.CC (also NS2 and NS3)
NS1.ZONENSUK.CC (also NS2 and NS3)

LBMGROUPCO.CC – LBM Group Company

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

Understanding The Cyber Theft Ring
Money Mule Explained

Washingtonpost.com by Brian Kerbs


Interview With A Money Mule


Below is a follow up from the initial gmail job offer. Rather convincing…except the part about filtering fund THROUGH my bank account!!
***************************************************

Dear Applicant,

Thank you for your reply and interest in a part-time position with LCD Group Inc.

I’m sorry for using Gmail in my previous e-mail, however, we are required to use Gmail every time we are contacting new people, due to SPAM problem we had recently. In the future please e-mail me at job@lcd-finance.cc

The main strategic aim of our company is to provide quick, easy, efficient and secure ways for businesses to outsource services locally, nationally and globally, to maximize their competitive advantage and cost effectiveness. The goal of our company is to ensure both, the most reliable security level and simplicity of use and availability.

For the most part what the job requires is for someone to be available Monday through Friday, 9 to 11 am. Your main job would be monitoring your on-line Task Manager, which you’ll create on our site once you’re employed. Once the funds enter your account, your supervisor will notify you and assign you your tasks for the day.

At this point you would go to your bank, withdraw the funds and transfer them using Western Union or Money Gram, as instructed by your supervisor. We provide quick, easy, efficient and secure ways for businesses to out source services locally, nationally and globally to maximize their competitive advantage and cost effectiveness. You would always be aware of where the funds are coming from and where they are going.

In today’s world of commerce, especially with our international clients, making regular wire transfers using international banks could take up to 15 days, which is not an acceptable form of payment to our clientele. Base salary (2,300 AUD)is paid at the end of probationary period (Once employed on the regular basis, base salary (3,000 AUD) is paid on the last business day of the month) via wire transfer to your bank account. Commission (8) should be deducted from money received. Your commission will be deposited along with every transfer. We will let you know how much of the amount deposited is your commission and how much needs to be transferred, all fees are paid from money received. You will find detailed description of the job following the link: http://www.lcd-finance.cc/vacancies/payment

We strongly recommend to read our FAQ:

http://www.lcd-finance.cc/vacancies/payment/faq

Details about our company you can find here:

About LCD Group Inc:
http://www.lcd-finance.cc/about/us
Management Team:

http://www.lcd-finance.cc/about/team

Some important facts:

1. You don’t need to invest your own money to get started;
2. This is not a sales position. While employed with us, you are guaranteed a Base Salary as well as commission per task processed;
3. Each remittance will be accompanied by an invoice ensuring legality of transaction.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me via e-mail or phone, also if you are ready to apply, let me know, so we can get started with registration process. We appreciate your time and sincerely hope to see you in LCD Group Inc team!

Best Regards,

David Booker
Hiring Coordinator,
Human Resources
LCD Group Inc job@lcd-finance.cc
Phone: +61-03-9015-7738
Fax: +61-03-8669-1341

LCD Group Inc – http://www.lcd-finance.cc

AMINA-GROUPINC.CC (Amina Group Inc)
Tel 1-773-219-0991,
Fax 1-773-219-0991 (USA)

AUS-FINANCE.CC (Aus Finance Inc)
Tel 03-9015-7738,
Fax 03-9015-7738 (Australia)

COCOONGROUP-LLC.HK (Cocoon Group LLC)
Tel 1-347-669-5199,
Fax 1-347-669-5199 (USA)

MALLOW-GROUP.CC (Mallow Group Inc)
Tel 1-347-274-8772,
Fax 1-347-274-8772 (USA)

REDISCO-GROUPINC.HK, REDISCO-GROUPUSA.HK (RedisCo Group Inc)
Tel 1-518-618-3923,
Fax 1-518-618-3923 (USA)

SILVERSUNGROUP-INC.CC (SilverSun Ltd)
Tel 44-203-239-0187,
Fax 44-203-239-0187 (United Kingdom)

LCD-FINANCE.CC (LCD Group Inc)
Tel 61-03-9015-7738,
Fax 61-03-9015-7738

JOURNEY-FINANCIAL.CC (Journey Financial LLC)
Tel 114-360-2546,
Fax 114-360-2546

SUNRISEPR-GROUPLTD.CC (Sunrise Prompt LTD)
Tel 44-113-815-2178,
Fax 44-113-815-2178

AMINAORG.CC (Amina Group Inc)
Tel 1-773-219-0991,
Fax 1-773-219-0991

ELSDEN-GROUPINC.HK (Elsden Group Inc)
Tel 1-347-855-7939,
Fax 1-347-855-7939

CORES-GROUP.CC (Cores Group LTD)
Tel 44-0203-286-5944
Fax 44-0203-286-5944

CRAFT-GROUPNET.CC (CRAFT LTD)
Tel 44-208-144-8569,
Fax 44-208-144-8569

4STAR-SOLUTIONS.CC (QuoStar Solutions LLC)
Tel 44-115-714-3279,
Fax 44-115-714-3279

DILIGENCE-GROUPINC.CC (Diligence Group Inc)
Tel 1-347-709-5990,
Fax 1-347-709-5990

CESIS-GROUPLLC.CC (Cesis LLC)
Tel 44-020-3286-5944,
Fax 44-020-3286-5944 (United Kingdom)

ARPHIS-GOLDGROUP.CC (Arphis Group Inc)
Tel 1-518-874-0507,
Fax 1-518-874-0507 (USA)

LBMGROUPCO.CC (LBM Group Inc) “Stacey Danner”
Tel 1-213-536-4024
Fax 1-213-536-4024

TECHADV-INC.CC (Tech Software Advanced LTD)
Tel 44-0203-239-4985
Fax 44-0203-239-4985 (United Kingdom)
“Jane Monterrey”

MARFYGROUP.CC (MARFY LTD)
Tel 44-203-286-8341,
Fax 44-203-286-8341 (United Kingdom)
“Mark Taylor”

FARLINE-FININC.CC (Farline Finance Inc)
Tel 61-03-9016-3124,
Fax 61-03-9016-3124 (Australia)
“Charles Spencer”

  1. MIMOSA-INCGROUP.COM
  2. WORLDOFART-LTD.INFO (World of Art Group Ltd)
  3. ASTECH-GROUPDE.CC (Astech Ltd)
  4. SCHWARTZ-BROTHERS-LLC.NET
  5. GENERALABBRIALGROUP-LTD.NET (General Abbrial Ltd)
  6. GENERALABBRIAL-GROUP-LTD.CC
  7. HELBY-GROUPLTD.BIZ and HELBY-GROUP-LTD.CC (Helby Group Ltd)
  8. QEAD-LLC.BIZ (Qead Group LLC)
  9. SQUIT-GROUP-LLC.BIZ (Squit Group LLC)
  10. BLITZNET-DE.ORG (Blitznet Group Inc)
  11. DVF-CONSULTING.NET (DvF Consulting)
  12. ITSERVICE-LTD.NET (IT Service Ltd)

WhoIs – NS1.NNSQUE.CC

Address lookup

canonical name ns1.nnsque.cc
aliases
addresses 204.27.56.106
Domain Whois record

Queried whois.nic.cc with “dom nnsque.cc”…

Domain Name: NNSQUE.CC
Registrar: WEB COMMERCE COMMUNICATIONS LIMITED DBA WEBNIC.CC
Whois Server: whois.webnic.cc
Referral URL: http://www.webnic.cc
Name Server: NS1.NNSQUE.CC
Name Server: NS2.NNSQUE.CC
Name Server: NS3.NNSQUE.CC
Status: CLIENT-XFER-PROHIBITED
Status: CLIENT-UPDATE-PROHIBITED
Status: CLIENT-DELETE-PROHIBITED
Updated Date: 29-oct-2010
Creation Date: 29-oct-2010
Expiration Date: 29-oct-2011

Last update of whois database: Sun, 19 Dec 2010 20:02:35 EST
Domain: nnsque.cc
Status: Protected

DNS:
ns1.nnsque.cc
ns2.nnsque.cc
ns3.nnsque.cc

Created: 2010-10-30 01:41:33
Expires: 2011-10-30 01:41:33
Last Modified: 2010-10-29 13:41:32

Registrant Contact:
Igor Darenko
Igor Darenko (amok@cheapbox.ru)
ul.Nekrasova d.2 kv.73
Orel, Orlovskaya oblast, RU 302016
P: +7.86326189020 F: +7.86326189020

Administrative Contact:
Igor Darenko
Igor Darenko (amok@cheapbox.ru)
ul.Nekrasova d.2 kv.73
Orel, Orlovskaya oblast, RU 302016
P: +7.86326189020 F: +7.86326189020

Technical Contact:
Igor Darenko
Igor Darenko (amok@cheapbox.ru)
ul.Nekrasova d.2 kv.73
Orel, Orlovskaya oblast, RU 302016
P: +7.86326189020 F: +7.86326189020

Billing Contact:
Igor Darenko
Igor Darenko (amok@cheapbox.ru)
ul.Nekrasova d.2 kv.73
Orel, Orlovskaya oblast, RU 302016
P: +7.86326189020 F: +7.86326189020

Network Whois record

Queried support.moccp.com with “204.27.56.106”…

%rwhois V-1.0,V-1.5:00090h:00 support.moccp.com (Ubersmith RWhois Server V-1.8.1)
autharea=204.27.56.0/21
xautharea=204.27.56.0/21
network:Class-Name:network
network:Auth-Area:204.27.56.0/21
network:ID:NET-1017.204.27.56.104/29
network:Network-Name:204.27.56.104/29
network:IP-Network:204.27.56.104/29
network:IP-Network-Block:204.27.56.104 – 204.27.56.111
network:Org-Name:1006
network:Street-Address:Dilara Aliyeva 74
network:City:baku
network:State:baku
network:Postal-Code:Az1005
network:Country-Code:AZ
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network:Created:20101030042803000
network:Updated:20101030042803000
network:Updated-By:security@joesdatacenter.com
contact:POC-Name:Joe Morgan
contact:POC-Email:security@joesdatacenter.com
contact:POC-Phone:816-726-7615
contact:Tech-Name:Joe Morgan
contact:Tech-Email:security@joesdatacenter.com
contact:Tech-Phone:816-726-7615
contact:Abuse-Name:Abuse
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%ok
Queried whois.arin.net with “n 204.27.56.106″…

NetRange: 204.27.56.0 – 204.27.63.255
CIDR: 204.27.56.0/21
OriginAS: AS19969
NetName: JOESDC-02
NetHandle: NET-204-27-56-0-1
Parent: NET-204-0-0-0-0
NetType: Direct Allocation
NameServer: RDNS1.JOESDATACENTER.COM
NameServer: RDNS2.JOESDATACENTER.COM
RegDate: 2009-01-16
Updated: 2009-10-14
Ref: http://whois.arin.net/rest/net/NET-204-27-56-0-1

OrgName: Joe’s Datacenter, LLC
OrgId: JOESD
Address: 324 E. 11th st.
Address: 26th Floor
City: Kansas City
StateProv: MO
PostalCode: 64106
Country: US
RegDate: 2009-08-21
Updated: 2010-01-07
Ref: http://whois.arin.net/rest/org/JOESD

ReferralServer: rwhois://support.moccp.com:4321

OrgAbuseHandle: NAA25-ARIN
OrgAbuseName: Network Abuse Administrator
OrgAbusePhone: +1-877-226-0840
OrgAbuseEmail: security@joesdatacenter.com
OrgAbuseRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/NAA25-ARIN

OrgNOCHandle: JPM84-ARIN
OrgNOCName: Morgan, Joe Patrick
OrgNOCPhone: +1-816-726-7615
OrgNOCEmail: joe@joesdatacenter.com
OrgNOCRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/JPM84-ARIN

OrgTechHandle: JPM84-ARIN
OrgTechName: Morgan, Joe Patrick
OrgTechPhone: +1-816-726-7615
OrgTechEmail: joe@joesdatacenter.com
OrgTechRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/JPM84-ARIN
DNS records

DNS query for 106.56.27.204.in-addr.arpa returned an error from the server: NameError

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nnsque.cc IN SOA
server: ns1.nnsque.cc
email: root.ns1.nnsque.cc
serial: 2010102802
refresh: 3600
retry: 1200
expire: 604800
minimum ttl: 60
172800s (2.00:00:00)
nnsque.cc IN NS ns3.nnsque.cc 172800s (2.00:00:00)
nnsque.cc IN NS ns1.nnsque.cc 172800s (2.00:00:00)
nnsque.cc IN NS ns2.nnsque.cc 172800s (2.00:00:00)
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Answer records
name class type data time to live
CESIS-GROUPLLC.CC IN SOA
server: ns1.uknsspace.CC
email: root@ns1.uknsspace.CC
serial: 1012200516
refresh: 300
retry: 120
expire: 86400
minimum ttl: 60
120s (2m)
CESIS-GROUPLLC.CC IN A 122.70.148.182 120s (2m)
CESIS-GROUPLLC.CC IN NS ns2.zonensuk.CC 120s (2m)
CESIS-GROUPLLC.CC IN NS ns3.ukdns.CC 120s (2m)
CESIS-GROUPLLC.CC IN NS ns1.uknsspace.CC 120s (2m)
CESIS-GROUPLLC.CC IN MX
preference: 10
exchange: mx.CESIS-GROUPLLC.CC
120s (2m)
Authority records
[none]
Additional records
name class type data time to live
ns1.uknsspace.CC IN A 69.10.44.190 172800s (2d)
ns2.zonensuk.CC IN A 178.162.181.11 172800s (2d)
ns3.ukdns.CC IN A 66.199.236.116 172800s (2d)
mx.CESIS-GROUPLLC.CC IN A 122.70.148.182 120s (2

 

 

CESIS-GROUPLLC.CC (Cesis LLC)

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

Understanding The Cyber Theft Ring
Money Mule Explained

Washingtonpost.com by Brian Kerbs


Interview With A Money Mule


Below is a follow up from the initial gmail job offer. Rather convincing…except the part about filtering fund THROUGH my bank account!!


***************************************************

Dear Applicant,

Thank you for your reply and interest in a part-time position with LCD Group Inc.

I’m sorry for using Gmail in my previous e-mail, however, we are required to use Gmail every time we are contacting new people, due to SPAM problem we had recently. In the future please e-mail me at job@lcd-finance.cc

The main strategic aim of our company is to provide quick, easy, efficient and secure ways for businesses to outsource services locally, nationally and globally, to maximize their competitive advantage and cost effectiveness. The goal of our company is to ensure both, the most reliable security level and simplicity of use and availability.

For the most part what the job requires is for someone to be available Monday through Friday, 9 to 11 am. Your main job would be monitoring your on-line Task Manager, which you’ll create on our site once you’re employed. Once the funds enter your account, your supervisor will notify you and assign you your tasks for the day.

At this point you would go to your bank, withdraw the funds and transfer them using Western Union or Money Gram, as instructed by your supervisor. We provide quick, easy, efficient and secure ways for businesses to out source services locally, nationally and globally to maximize their competitive advantage and cost effectiveness. You would always be aware of where the funds are coming from and where they are going.

In today’s world of commerce, especially with our international clients, making regular wire transfers using international banks could take up to 15 days, which is not an acceptable form of payment to our clientele. Base salary (2,300 AUD)is paid at the end of probationary period (Once employed on the regular basis, base salary (3,000 AUD) is paid on the last business day of the month) via wire transfer to your bank account. Commission (8) should be deducted from money received. Your commission will be deposited along with every transfer. We will let you know how much of the amount deposited is your commission and how much needs to be transferred, all fees are paid from money received. You will find detailed description of the job following the link: http://www.lcd-finance.cc/vacancies/payment

We strongly recommend to read our FAQ:

http://www.lcd-finance.cc/vacancies/payment/faq

Details about our company you can find here:

About LCD Group Inc:
http://www.lcd-finance.cc/about/us
Management Team:

http://www.lcd-finance.cc/about/team

Some important facts:

1. You don’t need to invest your own money to get started;
2. This is not a sales position. While employed with us, you are guaranteed a Base Salary as well as commission per task processed;
3. Each remittance will be accompanied by an invoice ensuring legality of transaction.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me via e-mail or phone, also if you are ready to apply, let me know, so we can get started with registration process. We appreciate your time and sincerely hope to see you in LCD Group Inc team!

Best Regards,

David Booker
Hiring Coordinator,
Human Resources
LCD Group Inc job@lcd-finance.cc
Phone: +61-03-9015-7738
Fax: +61-03-8669-1341

LCD Group Inc – http://www.lcd-finance.cc

AMINA-GROUPINC.CC (Amina Group Inc)
Tel 1-773-219-0991,
Fax 1-773-219-0991 (USA)

AUS-FINANCE.CC (Aus Finance Inc)
Tel 03-9015-7738,
Fax 03-9015-7738 (Australia)

COCOONGROUP-LLC.HK (Cocoon Group LLC)
Tel 1-347-669-5199,
Fax 1-347-669-5199 (USA)

MALLOW-GROUP.CC (Mallow Group Inc)
Tel 1-347-274-8772,
Fax 1-347-274-8772 (USA)

REDISCO-GROUPINC.HK, REDISCO-GROUPUSA.HK (RedisCo Group Inc)
Tel 1-518-618-3923,
Fax 1-518-618-3923 (USA)

SILVERSUNGROUP-INC.CC (SilverSun Ltd)
Tel 44-203-239-0187,
Fax 44-203-239-0187 (United Kingdom)

LCD-FINANCE.CC (LCD Group Inc)
Tel 61-03-9015-7738,
Fax 61-03-9015-7738

JOURNEY-FINANCIAL.CC (Journey Financial LLC)
Tel 114-360-2546,
Fax 114-360-2546

SUNRISEPR-GROUPLTD.CC (Sunrise Prompt LTD)
Tel 44-113-815-2178,
Fax 44-113-815-2178

AMINAORG.CC (Amina Group Inc)
Tel 1-773-219-0991,
Fax 1-773-219-0991

ELSDEN-GROUPINC.HK (Elsden Group Inc)
Tel 1-347-855-7939,
Fax 1-347-855-7939

CORES-GROUP.CC (Cores Group LTD)
Tel 44-0203-286-5944
Fax 44-0203-286-5944

CRAFT-GROUPNET.CC (CRAFT LTD)
Tel 44-208-144-8569,
Fax 44-208-144-8569

4STAR-SOLUTIONS.CC (QuoStar Solutions LLC)
Tel 44-115-714-3279,
Fax 44-115-714-3279

DILIGENCE-GROUPINC.CC (Diligence Group Inc)
Tel 1-347-709-5990,
Fax 1-347-709-5990

CESIS-GROUPLLC.CC (Cesis LLC)
Tel 44-020-3286-5944,
Fax 44-020-3286-5944 (United Kingdom)

ARPHIS-GOLDGROUP.CC (Arphis Group Inc)
Tel 1-518-874-0507,
Fax 1-518-874-0507 (USA)

LBMGROUPCO.CC (LBM Group Inc) “Stacey Danner”
Tel 1-213-536-4024
Fax 1-213-536-4024

OLIVER-SONSINC.CC (Oliver & Sons Inc)
Tel 61-03-9015-7709
Fax 61-03-9015-7709 (Australia)
Nameservers:NS1.SD
NSAU.CC (also NS2 and NS3)

MacroTech LTD. – MACROTECHINC.CC

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

Understanding The Cyber Theft Ring
Money Mule Explained

Washingtonpost.com by Brian Kerbs


Interview With A Money Mule


From: Ann Newman
Subject: Mr. (my name), Great Job Opportunity for you
To: my email
Date: Thursday, December 16, 2010, 4:44 AM

Dear Mr …………,

We’ve found and evaluated your CV, and would like to offer you a Payment Processing Agent position.

My name is Ann Newman and I represent MacroTech LTD. After carefully reviewing your CV, I’m pleased to inform you that your skills meet our basic requirements.

Our company is a well known worldwide. We offer our customers Information Technology services through outsourcing to find the best candidates from all around the world.

The working schedule is a very flexible and can be made convenient to both you and the company.

NOTE: Internet and e-mail are required.

There is no participation or any other fees. The company covers all fees in connection with the hiring process.

It’s possible to work from home and keep in touch using the INTERNET & phone.

After the first 20 days we evaluate whether an employee is ready to work with us permanently. Your supervisor can recommend contract termination after the Probationary Period is over.

The salary for the first 30 days is GBP 1,500 + 8% commission for every completed transaction. Working with a number of permanent customers, your final salary could amount to GBP 2,500/month. After the probationary period, monthly wage will be raised to up to GBP 1,800 plus 8% commission. NOTE: After your probationary period is over, you may ask for additional hours or for full-time employment.

If you would like to learn more please email us your updated contact information at job.newmanannie@gmail.com.

Sincerely yours,

Ann Newman

MacroTech LTD.

Totaljobs Group
Holden House, 57 Rathbone Place, London W1T 1JU
Registered in England & Wales under company number 04269861

ONLINE-SOLUTIONSLLC.CC (Online Solutions LLC)
Tel 44-0203-239-5561
Fax 44-0203-239-5561 (United Kingdom)

SOLUTIONSLTD.CC (Systems Solutions Ltd)
Tel 44-020-3239-5561
Fax 44-020-3239-5561 (United Kingdom)

MACROTECHINC.CC (MacroTech LTD)
Tel 44-0114-360-2546
Fax 44-0114-360-2546


Folks, here s onother one
After carefully reviewing your CV online, we have decided to offer you a chance to join our team as a Payment Processing Agent to fulfill current vacancies in your region.

My name is Veronica Blank and I represent Online Solutions LTD.

Our company is a widely recognized, was founded in the UK, and remains a proudly England organization with an international presence. It deals mainly with the IT sphere internationally, helping to connect our clients with the most qualified personnel.

The opening we have is a part-time position with a flexible schedule. Our simple telecommuting requirements include only Internet access and e-mail availability.

Successful applicants are offered a probationary period (30 days). Each agent gets full, paid, and proper training and online support. We assess employees’ performance one week prior to the end of their probationary period and offer feedback as to recommended areas of improvement, if any.

PLEASE NOTE: During the probation contract termination can be recommended by a supervisor.

We are going to pay you GBP 1,500 per month during the probationary period, plus 8% commission for each successfully handled payment. Therefore, it is in your best interest to perform properly and do your best for each and every client! Total income is about GBP 2,500 per month. Also, after the first thirty days, your base salary will be raised up to GBP 1,800 a month.

NOTE: we can offer you additional work hours after the probationary period is over. You may also progress to full-time employment, if that is your ultimate goal.

If you are interested in the job, contact me with your updated information at hr.vlblank@gmail.com for more details.

Our representatives will reply within 48 hours.

Sincerely,

Veronica Blank
Online Solutions LTD.

Here are more websites and fake names used by these creeps:

  • ARTSOLVELTD.CC – (ArtSolve Ltd)
  • ARTSOLVELTDCO.AT – (ArtSolve Ltd)
  • FINTEC-UKLTD.WS- (FinTec Ltd)
  • RENAISSANCELLC.BE – (Renaissance LLC)
  • ROYALTHELMAS-TEAMANT.ASIA – (Royal Thelmas LLC)
  • ANTIQUEE-CORP.INFO – (Antique Group LLC)
  • ARAMATEGROUP-INT.INFO – (Aramate Group Inc)
  • MIMOSA-INCGROUP.INFO (Mimosa Group Inc)

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May Be Dangerous
Says Drug Enforcement Administration



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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 Medicines Over the Internet

FDA – Consumer Safety Guide

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.

Department of Justice – Ryan Haight Act
Read More Health Canada

For a prescription to be valid under federal and state law, there must be a bona fide doctor patient relationship, which is defined by most state laws to require a physical examination. “Completing a questionnaire that is then reviewed by a doctor hired by the internet pharmacy could not be considered the basis for a doctor/patient relationship.” Vol. 66 Federal Register 82, PP 21181-21184 (April 27, 2001)

Moreover, if the prescription drug is a controlled substance and the drug is being imported into the U.S. from a foreign country and being shipped to anyone other than a DEA-registered importer, such transaction is a felony in violation of Sections 957 and 960 of Title 21, United States Code.

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Rogue Lenders – Fraudulent Sites

Rogue Lenders – Fraudulent Sites..

  1. Cantex Lending Group
  2. Caldera Financial Group
  3. Sunnyequity Group
  4. Hazelton Financial – hazeltonfinancial.org
  5. Camden Lending – camdenlending.net
  6. Goldwyn Financial
  7. 60Second-Cash.com
  8. Strategies Co – strategiesco.com
  9. Kensington Financial Services – kensingtonfs.net
  10. Consumer Credit Services – consumercreditservices.us
  11. Agnew Advisors
  12. Topaz
  13. Southeast Trust
  14. Emerson Financial Group
  15. Emerson Financial
  16. OAKRIDGE EQUITY SERVICES
  17. Stratford Referrals – stratfordreferrals.com
  18. The Transamerica Finance – thetransamericafinance.com
  19. Ontrack Credit Consultation – ontrackfs.com, thenewontrack.com
  20. badcredit-loans.us
  21. Bad Credit Loan Sources – BadCreditLoanSources.biz
  22. Ameriprise Advanced Capital Trust – ameriact.com
  23. Micro-Finance & Loan
  24. Loan Works USA – loansworksusa.com
  25. Atherton Equity – athertonequity.com
  26. Credit Hub – credithub.org
  27. Treasure Valley Financial
  28. American Commerce Investment Corporation – americancommerceic.com
  29. Brighterdays Credit Group – brighterdayscg.com
  30. Best Loan Funding – bestloanfunding.com
  31. Landmark Group Inc – landmarkgroupinc.com
  32. Mattamy Financial Services – mattamyfinancialservices.com
  33. Lawrence Park Financial – lawrenceparkfinancial.com
  34. Century Financial
  35. John Loan Finance Firm
  36. KW Campital – kwcapital.org
  37. Farlex Solutions – farlexsolutions.com
  38. American Dominion Financial – americandomfinancing.com
  39. Fiske Advisors – fiskeadvisors.com
  40. GLG Lending Group
  41. K.T. Loans Inc – ktloan.net
  42. Suncore Capital Investment
  43. Infinity Lending Group – INFINITYLENDINGGROUP.ORG
  44. New Credit Association
  45. American Loan Advantage
  46. Twin Hills Financial Group
  47. Adolf Financial Group
  48. Yorkview Financial Services
  49. First National Network Funding – firstnationalnf.com
  50. Calvert Financial Group – calvertfinancialgroup.com
  51. Edison Financial Group – edisonfinancialgroup.com
  52. Applewood Services
  53. Harford Financial Services
  54. No Credit No Down – nocreditnodown.com
  55. Primax Services – primaxservices.net
  56. Concrete Lending – concrete-lending.com
  57. First Financial Network Funding
  58. Bayview Credit Loans Inc.
  59. Clean Slate Credit Solutions – cleanslatecs.com
  60. Lending Hand Financial
  61. Watson and Jones Financial Group
  62. Pender Equity Solutions – penderequitysolutions.com
  63. Quotion Lending Group – quotionlendinggroup.com
  64. Benton Investment Group – bentoninvestmentgroup.com
  65. Guaranteed Solutions – guaranteedsolutions.net
  66. Decoster Financial Group – decosterfinancialgroup.net
  67. Prosperity Investment Loan – prosperityinvestmentloan.net
  68. Alexan Lending Group – alexanlendinggroup.com
  69. Global Trust Funding – globaltrf.com
  70. Union One Lending Group – uni1lndgrp.com
  71. Metro Pacific Loans – metropacificloans.com
  72. Direct Brokers Group – directbrokersgroup.com
  73. T & T Loan Firm – ttloanfirm.110mb.com
  74. Davis Ryan Loan Agency
  75. savillis.financier@live.com (aka micheal doria) – spfb.110mb.com
  76. KNS & Son’s Equity Group
  77. CAPITAL FINANCIAL FIRM
  78. R&M Services
  79. Lymington Financial Solutions
  80. Acclaim Equity Group – Acclaimeg.com
  81. Rosswood Lending Group – rosswoodlendinggroup.com
  82. Newburgh Equity – newburghequity.com
  83. Nordic Financial Trust – NordicFinancialTrust.com
  84. Priorityloans.org
  85. London Lending Group – londonlendinggroup.com
  86. UBI Payment Services
  87. Moral Park Financial
  88. United West Lending
  89. Brickell Bay Lending – brickellbaylending.com
  90. Blue Sky Lending – blueskylending.blogspot.com
  91. Kenneth and Doyle Financial – kennethdoylefinancial.com
  92. Halsteadt Investment Group
  93. My Easy Loans – myeasyloans.net
  94. Allstate Capital & Financing – allstatecapfin.com
  95. Southeast Financial Services – southeastfs.com
  96. Reliant Capital Investment – reliantcapitalinvestments.com
  97. Granville Solutions – thurlowservices.com, GranvilleSolutions.com
  98. Verasun Financial – Verasunfin.com
  99. CreditSourcing.com
  100. Ambient Consortia Limited – ambientconsortialtd.com
  101. Avertex Financial Group – AvertexFinancialGroup.com
  102. fredbrownloanservice08@gmail.com
  103. Redmont Financial Group – redmontfg.com
  104. Kensington Lending Group – kensingtonlendinggroup.net
  105. Orizon Financial Group – Kingston Jamaica
  106. Stoneholm Capital – stoneholmcapital.com
  107. Empire Investment Capital – empireinvestmentcapital.com
  108. Trilium Financial Group – 888-832-1149
  109. Emerson Financing – emersonfinancing.com
  110. Laconia Loan Services – laconialoanservices.com
  111. Selkirk Solutions – selkirksolutions.com
  112. Pro Credit Financial – procreditfinancial.com
  113. Union State Capital – unionstatecapital.com
  114. Suncrest Mutual – suncrestmutual.com
  115. Transdale Solutions – transdalesolutions.com
  116. Linden Financial Solutions – LindenFinancialSolutions.com
  117. RUCC Limited – 40 Wall St., New York, NY – Maria Greenspan 800-560-3513 x 515
  118. Goldsboro Financial – 877-838-1494 or 207-951-9774 – goldsborofinancial.com – Bangor, Maine
  119. Lowenstein and Mills Capital Group – Wilmington, DE – 877-867-0458
  120. Castle Valley Lending Group – castlevalleylg.com
  121. Capital Alliance Financial Group – capitalalliancefg.com
  122. The Holden Group – 877-562-9002 – theholdengrp.com
  123. North Fairway Equity Group – 877-838-2604 – northfairwayeq.com
  124. Verizon Financial Group – verizonfinancialgroup.com
  125. Cliff Smith Lenders – Nigeria
  126. Central Park Financial Services – centralpf.com – 877-423-0498
  127. Hillgrove Solutions – hillgrovesolutions.com – 877-639-4049
  128. World Loan Investment – London UK – worldloanlender@gmail.com – +447035945233
  129. J&K Loans – jkloans.net – 877-842-9265
  130. M and T Services – mandtservices.net
  131. Progressive Plus Mutual – progressiveplusmutual.com
  132. Intact Lending Group – IntactLendingGroup.com
  133. Hayden Financial Services- haydenfinancialservices.com – 877-340-7984
  134. McCane and Pape Financial – 888-300-9013
  135. US Financial Corporation – 888-665-4861, 888-350-5060
  136. Gilbert Gomer Loan Firm – gngfinancefirm@yahoo.com.hk – +60146255430
  137. Amwell Capital – amwellcapital.com – 877-253-4879
  138. Bingham Services – binghamservices.com
  139. America West Financial – amwestfinancial.com – 877-267-6201
  140. National Gateway Financial Services – nationalgateway.net
  141. Capital4Invest – Edward Carl- capital4invest@hotmail.com
  142. Garland Financial – garlandfin.com
  143. diamondfinanceloanfirm@gmail.com
  144. revjerrymarkrefinanceinstitute@live.com
  145. Personal Loan Lenders – personalloanlenders.net
  146. Nationwide Loan Lender UK
  147. Gateway Financial Capital – gatewayfinancialcapital.com
  148. Intel Lending Group – intellendinggroup.com
  149. Norge-One Capital Investment – norge-one.com
  150. Pinkerton Brokers – pinkertonbrokers.com – 877-749-1132
  151. Eastern Commerce Financial – easterncf.com
  152. Signature Loans – SL-easyloan.com – 877-676-5489
  153. United American Trust – UnitedAmericanTrust.com
  154. Union State Capital Investments – 877-599-7747
  155. Jose Finance PLC – Nigeria
  156. Countryside Lending Services – countrysidels.com – 877-833-8173
  157. Fariss Financial Service – Earl Farris – cuddalore@originitfs.com
  158. Progress Financial Services – progressfinance.co.cc
  159. Rown Tree Financial – 888-601-9915 – rowntreefinancial@inbox.com
  160. Embry Equity Solutions – embryequitysolutions.com
  161. Chase Investment Lending Service – chaseinvestmentls.com
  162. Trigo Lending – 877-211-3371
  163. Broadwalk Capital Funding – 888-306-4178
  164. Haverhill Capital – haverhillcapital.com
  165. Greystone Financial Group – greystonefinancial.net
  166. susanshares.investments@gmail.com
  167. Northeast Capital Solutions Group – northeastcapitalsg.com
  168. Direct Financial Service Corp – directfinancialservicecorp.com
  169. Fast Track Lending – ftracksel.com, ftlsource.com
  170. Medallion Investments – medallioninvestments.com
  171. Columbia Alliance Trust – columbiaat.com
  172. ELEANOR FORTUNE [Private Lender], 7 Wigmore Street London, W1U 1HY, United Kingdom, eleanorloans@hotmail.com
  173. International Funding Network – Chesterfield, VA – 877-457-8499
  174. Wilway Investment Group – wilwayinvestmentgroup.com
  175. Collinwood Capital – Collinwoodcapital.com
  176. Valley Brook Lending Services – 877-749-1126
  177. WJ Financial (EPD Solicitors) – London, UK
  178. Fisher and Coleman Financial Solutions – fisherandc.com
  179. Horizon Financial Capital – horizonfinancialcapital.com
  180. US Financial Corporation – usfinancialinc.net
  181. Momentum Swift Solutions – momentumswiftsolutions.com – 877-367-0130
  182. Community Business Resource – communitybusinessresource.com
  183. Eastmore Lending Group – eastmorelendinggroup.com
  184. Incom Lending Solutions – incomlendingsolutions.com
  185. Equity One Federal Funding – eoneff.com
  186. FNIL Group – fnilgroup.com
  187. 1st Liberty Financial (aka FLF Inc.) – 1st-libertyfinancial.com – 877-811-3633
  188. Cashmere Solutions – cashmeresolutions.com
  189. Vision Loan Referrals – visionloanreferrals.com
  190. i-Funding Home – i-fundinghome.com/web/home.html
  191. East State Alliance – Eaststatea.com – 877-639-1089
  192. U Lending Services – ulendingservices.com – 877-829-3688
  193. Eastridge Capital Solutions – eastridgecs.com – 877-594-6799
  194. L.L.T – Ontario, Canada – 800-213-3950
  195. Chase Investment & Lending Services – chaseinvestmentandlendingservices.com – 888-588-1224
  196. North American Financial Solutions – northamericanfs.net
  197. First Union Lenders – firstunionlenders.com – 877-384-4747
  198. Capital Resource Intellect, Inc. – crintellect.com –
  199. Freedom Horizon Group – freedomhorizon.com
  200. Companion Credit & Financial Services – companionusafs.com
  201. AB Financial Solutions – abfinsolutions.com – 888-410-0250
  202. Eavon Grant Financial Investment Co.
  203. Loan Lending Tree – loanlendingtree.com
  204. David.loanstarfinancialgroup@gmail.com
  205. Glencroft Solutions – glencroftsolutions.com
  206. Sprint Lending Group – sprintlendinggroup.com – 888-673-9229
  207. Only One Solutions – onlyonesolutions.net – onlyonefinancial.com
  208. Belfor Credit Group – belforcg.com
  209. Mr. Payless – paylessloans@live.com
  210. Southtrust Lending Corporation – southtrustlending.com – 877-544-4578
  211. Capital Express Lenders – capitalexpresslenders.com – 888-287-8856
  212. Johnson Brown Loan Company – Nigeria
  213. mcgrayfinance11@gmail.com
  214. Direct Access Online Services {D.A.O.S}
  215. Havillah Financial Advancement Firm – havillahfs.com
  216. Vivian_financials@yahoo.com
  217. Bellmore Financial – bellmorefinancial.com – 877-379-5970
  218. Bandwel Financial Group – bandwelfinancialgroup.com
  219. Argo Lending Group – argolendinggroup.com
  220. Finance 1 Inc. – finance1inc.com
  221. larryfinancialinvestment@yahoo.com
  222. The Loan Company Essex Limited
  223. Sainsburys Loans – UK
  224. Simple Finance – 877-213-9363
  225. Millenium Lending Group – milleniumlendinggroup.com – 800-713-9880
  226. Lender Mortgage Service – lendermortgageservice.com, 3 Winchester Road, Kingston, Jamaica
  227. Community Business Resource – communitybusinessresource.com
  228. Norwood Financial – 877-594-6792
  229. Clairview Brokers – clairviewbrokers.com – 866-780-7773
  230. United Nationwide, LLC – unitednationwide.com
  231. National Mutual Funding – nationalmutualfunding.com – 877-877-6110
  232. Willerson Financial Group – willersonfinancialgroup.com – 877-890-4415
  233. Mr. Derek Smith – derekloanfirm@gmail.com
  234. Fast Global Loan Board Limited Company – boardloanltd@live.com
  235. Citi Limited Investments – citilimitedinvestments.com – 877-841-0707
  236. Colton Financial – coltonfinancial.com
  237. Polaris Financial Solutions – polarisfinancialsolutions.com
  238. Corpus Recovery Group – corpusrecoverygroup.com
  239. Stratford Financial Group – 877-268-0823
  240. Edison House Investments – edisonhouseinvestments.com – 877-884-7357
  241. Parks Financial Loan Inc. – parksloan.co.uk
  242. Phoenix Associates (aka Phx Associates) – Amhurst NY 14226 – 1-800-818-4511-X295
  243. SMD Financial Corp – smdfinancialcorp.com –
  244. Maxwell Financial Services Limited – UK
  245. Soft Loan Financial Investment – softloan.ease.offer@gmail.com
  246. Crescendo Financial Company – United Kingdom – crescendo_finances@yahoo.ca
  247. kim.smith116@sify.com
  248. mike.loanlender03@googlemail.com
  249. Phoenix Associates – phxassociates.com
  250. Working Loans Inc. – investmentloanbroker.com
  251. Micro-Finance and Loans – Spain
  252. Private Lenders Index – privatelendersindex.com – 877-869-7331
  253. Union National Finance Bank – England
  254. My Next Pay Check – mynextpaycheck.com
  255. Fifth Avenue Financial Inc – 550 taylor st suite 2208 – Vancouver BC v6b 1r1
  256. U.S.A. Global Lenders – tryusloan.com – 877-207-9220
  257. Chase Investment & Lending Services (aka Chases Loan Services, ) – chasecapitalloans.com, chaseinvestmentandlendingservices.com, chaseinvestmentls.net – 877 665-7818
  258. Robson Solutions Lending Group (aka Rebuild Financial Solution) – 877-240-5519, 888-615-3339
  259. Northern Quest Credit Union – Northernquestcreditunion.com
  260. AfaxGold Finance – afaxgold.finance@live.com.my
  261. Mrs Deborah Smith – mrs.deboraloancompany7777@gmail.com
  262. Ms. Anita Morgan – buzznet_loans@live.it
  263. dicksonalexloanfirm@gmail.com
  264. Prudent Loan and Investment Company
  265. My Simple Finance – Welcome to mysimplefinance.com! – 800-731-0230
  266. Pushingsky Loans Investment Organization Company – pushingskyloans@gmail.com, pushingskyloans@live.com
  267. T&T International Loan Firm Company – +011234-706-559-9300/ +011234-805-478-2713
  268. First Choice Finance Services – 888-458-0665 – First.Choice@usa.com
  269. Investment Solutions – InvestmentSolutions.net – 866-513-2552
  270. jamesgoldbergloans@live.com
  271. First Priority Global Financing – firstprioritygf.com
  272. Mont Samson Financial – montsamsonfs.com – 866-376-9561
  273. Churchill Loan Funding Company – +234-805-115-2697 – churchillloanfundingcompany@gmail.com
  274. Zieher Lending Group – zieherlendinggroup.com
  275. Lincoln-Way Solutions – (877) 589-5771 – lincolnwaysolutions.com
  276. Sofitel Solutions – sofitelsolutions.com
  277. First Financial Loan LLC – firstfinancialloan.com
  278. Avilios Capital Investments – avilioscapitalinvestments.com
  279. Generic Loan Investment – UK – genericloans@hotmail.com
  280. Prudential Mortgage & Loan Service Corporation (aka Prudential Financial Services) – generalloanapprovaldepartment@msn.com – 229-389-5764
  281. Happy Lenders, Inc.
  282. Scotti Bruce Loan Company
  283. Century Capital Group – mycenturycapitalsite.com – 800-243-6970
  284. Rediff Perspectives – rediffperspectives.com – 323-285-6479
  285. Equiprime Loans – equiprimeloans.com – 877-890-2813
  286. americanprivatelender@usa.com – 585-287-4967
  287. South Capital Bank – southcapitalbank.com – 647-345-2115
  288. northwoodfinancewi@hotmail.com
  289. Liberty Unsecured Loans – libertyunsecured.com
  290. Secondary Recovery Program – secondaryrecoveryprogram.com – 866-960-9992
  291. Intl Funding Home -intlfundinghome1@gmail.com – Malaysia
  292. Woolwich Loans – woolwichfinancial.com
  293. Selective Marketing Investment – selectivemarketinginvestment.com
  294. Levant Financial Institute – levantfinancialinstitute.com
  295. Roswell Brokers – roswellbrokers.com – 605-838-0150
  296. phillipfirm@gala.net
  297. Assurance Financial Services – assurance-loans.com – 888-257-9131
  298. Capital Funding Group, Inc. Home of Finance – Nigeria
  299. National Citizens Lending – nationalcitizenslending.com – 877-308-8488
  300. Paul Hooks Loan Financial Home – Malaysia
  301. Goldblum Incorporated – goldblumnn@live.com
  302. customer.wjholding001@gmail.com
  303. philliploanfirm@gmail.com
  304. Wallace Chase Mgt. – chaseinvestmentandlendingservices.com – 877-665-7818
  305. Woolwich USFG – Woolwichusfg.com – 888-235-2059
  306. safe_loans_01@yahoo.com.hk
  307. Willisburg Investment Group – willisburginvestmentgroup.com – 877-559-4701 or 267-755-5332
  308. Vivian Financials Agency, PLC – Vivianfinancials@gmail.com
  309. Union Point Financial Group – unionpointfg.com – 877-530-9814
  310. Loan Company Essex Limited – realfundings@hotmail.com
  311. Williams Capital Investment – England – williamscapiralinvestment.co.uk/home/index_2.htm
  312. Whitestone Credit Union – whitestonecreditunion.com – 877-762-1458
  313. Robbert Edwin – United Kingdom – gumtreeloanoffer.co.uk@gmail.com
  314. Colictaca Investment Group – colictacainvestmentgroup.com
  315. Astreya Group – astreyagrp.com – 800-316-1499
  316. Gateway Debt Solutions – gatewaydebtsolutions.com – 302-450-1188
  317. Money Max Financial – 730 15th Street N.W.,Washington, D.C. – 866-845-0516
  318. Can Am Private Investors – canamprivateinvestors.com – 888-576-1119
  319. First Century Lending Inc – firstcenturylendinc.com – 877-607-2722
  320. Capital Express Lender – 866-208-7581
  321. First Liberty Financial Corp – 1-877-943-1221 – firstliberty@usa.com – 113 N Hambden Street, Chardon, Ohio 44024
  322. americanprivatelender@usa.com – 585-287-4967
  323. brian.harrisonloancompany@yahoo.com
  324. betting42@gmail.com – 416-220-7671
  325. Amerilend Financial – amerilendfinancial.com – 877.333.7993
  326. Darlehen 24 – darlehen24.org/english-0.html – 888-615-3339
  327. Tan Chua Loans Incorporated – Liberia, South Africa
  328. Diamond Finannce – United Kingdom – DIAMOND FINANCE – DIAMOND FINANCE
  329. Financial Home Loan Inc. – United Kingdom
  330. Financial Referals – financialreferals.com – 877-562-0157
  331. crystalloanfirms@gmail.com, jenkins_easyloan@yahoo.com,
  332. adamuusmanloanfirm@yahoo.com
  333. scttspencer7@gmail.com
  334. mr.johnsonparkfirm@hotmail.com
  335. fpetti@in.com
  336. melvinfinanceloanfirm@yahoo.com
  337. brownwilsonloan4@live.com
  338. Guarantee Trust International Loan Firm – guaranteetrustloanfirm.110mb.com – customercare@gtloan.co.cc
  339. Prestige Finance Limited – London – fprestige2009@googlemail.com
  340. Eco Instituto de Finanzas – ecofinance_service@live.com
  341. A.G. Right Financial Services – 877-967-2272 – max000773@aol.com
  342. First Union National – firstunionnational.com
  343. Credit Alpha Limited – creditalpha.webs.com
  344. Benchmark Foundation – benchmarkfoundation.com – 888-705-0720
  345. First Community Financial – firstcommunityfinancial.net – Amy Roselli – 876-884-6425 & 866-613-6425 – Jamaica
  346. First National Financial Corp – firstnationalfinancialcorp.com – 877-616-1908
  347. Savona Financial – 30 Oxcart Road, Aquinnah, MA – savonafinancial.com – 877-695-9608
  348. National Gallery of Australia – nga.gov.au/Collection/loans.html
  349. Millcroft Loan Center – millcroftlc.com – 877-334-1322
  350. Nova One Loans – novaoneloans.com – 888-702-5119
  351. Markwest Investment Group – markwestinvestmentgroup.com – 866-927-8506
  352. Quick Loans – quickloansinstantly.com
  353. selectfunds@ixsmail.com
  354. Millwood Loan Finders Group – millwoodfg.com
  355. Assured Financial Services Inc. – assuredfinancialservicesinc.org – 877-512-5656
  356. lexloans85@gmail.com
  357. bettercreditloanservices@gmail.com
  358. coperate_trust@yahoo.com
  359. richardsmith0041@yahoo.com
  360. Leacrest Financial Solutions – leacrestfinancialsolutions.com – 877-423-1184
  361. montrealloancompany@gmail.com
  362. stevedavidsonloan@live.com
  363. secondchangelending.com – 888-310-3350
  364. Rapid Loan Services – rapidloanservices.com
  365. Loan USA Investments, Inc. – 877-432-1505
  366. Norton Finance – Loan Company – United Kingdom
  367. Royal Debt Solutions – royaldebtsolutions.com – 603-678-4278
  368. Assurance Loan Company – United Kingdom, Nigeria – assuranceloan@financier.com
  369. Direct Lend Network Center – dlnetworkcenter.com – 877-594-2560
  370. Schaffer Kaufmann Financial – sclc0@live.co.uk, davion.rigoberto@dnsau.org.uk
  371. First Choice Investment – firstchoiceinvestment.net – 206-333-1626
  372. Napal Financial Services – napalfinancialservices.com – 877-389-2280
  373. AMC Insurance & Financial Services (aka Fast Track Lending) – fastracklending.com – 877-417-4037
  374. Advance Access Lending Solutions – aacclsolutions.com – 877-519-9001
  375. Supreme Lending Group – supremelendinggroup.net – 877-244-4568
  376. Raddisons Business Solutions – raddisonsbusinesssolutions.com – 888-212-2146
  377. First Universal Funding – firstunivfunding.com
  378. Online-Loans Limited – serviceonlineloan@ymail.com
  379. United Financial Education and Services – unitedfinancialeducation.com – 800-680-4954
  380. Main Stream Financial – main.streamloans0@gmail.com, admin@mainstrm.co.cc – Nigeria
  381. Rebuild Financial Services – Rebuild.org – 888-431-7444
  382. Tina Loan Investments – mrs.tinaloans02@hotmail.com, tina.loaninvestment03@gmail.com, fredaperryservices@gmail.com
  383. Heathland Loans – heathlandloans.com – 877-840-5681
  384. First Universal Funding – firstunivfunding.com – 877-254-0114
  385. lorenabeck63633@hotmail.com
  386. Garcia Fernandez Espaminondas (Moneyfacts Limited) – info@moneyftcs.co.uk
  387. Mrs. Marion Paz (Pease LOAN AGENCY)
  388. Mr. Rolex (All you need FINANCIAL SERVICES)
  389. Mr. Curtis Smith (UNION FINANCIAL SERVICES)
  390. Mr. James Wang (Top Citi Loan)
  391. Mr Chris Armani (Shakespeare Finance Ltd)
  392. Dr. Emilio Roca (HALIFAX FINANCIAL SERVICES)
  393. Ms Cbellomz Michael (CBELLOMZ and children FIANANCIAL SERVICES)
  394. Mr Williams Tutu (TUTU LOAN INC COUTTS banking group)
  395. Charismatic Christian loan – Malaysia
  396. Mr Brian Westmore – surefunder2005@yahoo.com – United Kingdom
  397. Trusted Loan Funding Company – trustedloan@live.com
  398. Balmoral Services – balmoralservices.org
  399. Inception Financial Solutions – inceptionfinancialsolutions.com – 203-302-5168
  400. Community Mgt Wholesale Lending Services – communitymgtlendingservices.com – 877-627-6886
  401. Cadet Financial Institute – cadetfinancialinstitute.com – 800-832-8660
  402. Ardor Financial Solutions – ardorfinancialsolutions.com – 877-387-1552
  403. Goldstein Lending Group – goldsteinlendinggroup.com – 888-420-8016
  404. Westcor Solutions – westcorsolutions.com – 866-314-9108
  405. Alcina Lending Group – alcinalendinggroup.com
  406. Fast Forward Financial Direction – ffwdirections.com, thefdsolutions.com
  407. United Lenders America – unitedlendersamerica.com – 866-261-2031
  408. Rosemount Financial Services – rosemountfinancialservices.com – 877-491-0559
  409. World One Financial Resources – wofresources.com – 877-661-0331
  410. Selective Marketing Investments – 877-817-9197
  411. Prudential Debt Solutions, Inc – prudentialdebtsolutions.com – 401-369-8594
  412. johnharrisfinancialservices@gmail.com
  413. Johnson Brown Loan Company – Nigeria
  414. Onexx Investment Advisory – fraiseronexxinvestmentadvisory@gmail.com – 888-596-0667
  415. First Liberty Financial Corporation – 1stlibertycorp.net – firstliberty@mail.com, firstliberty@usa.com
  416. Capex Financial Solutions – capexfinancialsolutions.com
  417. goldingmoonloans@financier.com
  418. Dr. Saul Morris‏‏ – foresthillfianancialpltd@london.com – United Kingdom
  419. Ministry of Finance – mfministryoffinance462@gmail.com
  420. Charles Paul Loan Company – charlespauldhl6@hotmail.com
  421. Waltham Financial – walthamfinancial.com – 877-524-7558
  422. Symetra Consolidation – symetraconsolidation.com
  423. Brewin Financial – brewinfinancial.com – 866-264-0899, 877-483-8390
  424. Ms. Kathrine Evelyn – kathrine.evlyn@yahoo.com
  425. trustcashfund@gmail.com
  426. Shalom Advancement Services – tmcguire551@gmail.com
  427. Jones & Trust Financial – jonesntrustinc.cm – 877-483-8390
  428. Xceed Lending – xceedlending.com
  429. Nigeria Union Bank – unionbankonline@gala.net
  430. Sapphire Lending Group – sapphirelendinggroup.com – 877-554-0484
  431. Northwood Lending Finance – northwoodcorp@cash4u.com
  432. Lakeside Loan Center – 90 Mt. Pleasant Avenue, Providence, RI 02908. – lakesidelc.com – 877-755-1368
  433. Direct Access Online Online Services – United Kingdom – directaccess551@gmail.com
  434. Timbol Private Loan Firm – timbol.help.desk@gmail.com
  435. DeShalom Advancement Services – tmcguire551@gmail.com
  436. Decole Anna – paydayfinance.uk@gmail.com
  437. Loan USA Inc. – loanusainvestments@Safe-mail.net
  438. Golden Key Investment – goldenkeyinvestment.com – 647-628-9734 or 877-904-8499
  439. Bridgeport Mutual Lending Firm – bmlfirm.com – 203-983-9139 or 877-844-6687
  440. Oasis Loan Investment (Oasis Financing) – oasisfinancing@gmail.com
  441. Guaranteed Loans of Accra, Ghana
  442. All States Cash International – Nigeria
  443. Cherish Investment of Nigeria
  444. Micro Finance Company – E-post3finance@hotmail.com
  445. Mr Famous Peter CEO(MD) – famouspeterloancompanys@gmail.com
  446. mark@lendersglobe.com
  447. William Johnson – wjohnsoncredithome@gmail.com
  448. David Gladis – layawayloansetup@gmail.com
  449. Freeman and Cole Financial – 877-848-0346
  450. Shedrack Thompson – financialconsultantfirm@gmail.com
  451. Unity Bank Nigeria – unitybankcostumercare@fastservice.com
  452. Royal Dublin Finance Company – drjames.bush0@gmail.com
  453. Woodson Loan Agency – woodsonloanagency@yahoo.com
  454. Tonox Loan Investment PLC – tonoxloaninvestment@gmail.com
  455. Easy Fast Loan Company PLC – easyfastloan1@live.com
  456. Oliver Easy Loan Firm – oliver_easy.loans@yahoo.co.uk
  457. Brenett Easy Loan Firm – mrsbrenett@gmail.com
  458. Jenkin Easy Loan Firm – jenkins_easyloan@yahoo.com
  459. Fountain Easy Loan Firm – fountain_loan20071@yahoo.com
  460. Financial Loan Firm – financial.firm@yahoo.com
  461. Ann Easy loan Firm – ann_loans2007@yahoo.co.uk
  462. Victory Loan Company – victoryfinanceloancompany@gmail.com
  463. allstatescashcompany@yahoo.com
  464. All States Cash Loan International – allstatescashcompany@yahoo.com
  465. Live Finance Company – frankmark119@gmail.com
  466. texasmortageloanfirm@rediffmail.com
  467. Benrum Loan Firm – mrben_rume@yahoo.com
  468. Southtrust Lending – southtrustlending.com – 877-554-4578
  469. Main Line Concepts – mainlineconcepts.com – 877-657-6413
  470. Brookhill Equity Group – Brookhillequitygroup.com – 877-796-6551
  471. Olympus Equity Lending – olympuslending.com – 888-407-0504 or 888-708-1940
  472. Tall Pines Recovery Group – Tallpinesrecoverygroup.com – 800-460-5670 – David.Whiteman@onebox.com
  473. Basic Recovery Program – basicrecoveryprogram.com – 888-299-3064
  474. Elite Investments Inc – eliteinvinc.com – 877-477-7712
  475. Michael Walls – 447024083835 – michaelwalls_itf_claims@accountant.com
  476. CPR Financial Services – cprfs.com – 877-738-1078
  477. Clark Services Financial Limited – darylcarter_12@live.com – United Kingdom
  478. Debt Solution Services Now – debtsolutionservicesnow.com – 302-450-1150
  479. Rossland Financial – rosslandfinancial.com –
  480. The Calico Group – calicogroup.org
  481. Barns & Bennett Financial – barnsbennett.com – 877-437-0343
  482. Assini Financial Services – assinifinancialservices.com – 877-840-0001
  483. Lincolnville Financial – lincolnvillefinancial.com – 877-885-5311
  484. Brookhill Equity Group – brookhillequity.com – 888-796-6551
  485. BCL Services (Bad Credit Loans Solution), BCL Solution – thebclsolution.com – 800-645-9303, 203-517-4895
  486. Loan City – loancity.org
  487. Adelaide Financial Services – adelaidefinancial.com
  488. Classic Financial Inc – United Kingdom – classicfinancialhome@xnmsn.com
  489. Oasis Financing – oasisfinancing@gmail.com
  490. Brahma Funds – bramahfunds@aol.com
  491. Swift Financial Services – swift-financial.com – 888-268-3907
  492. Royal Alliance Credit Union – royalalliance-cu.com – 877-726-0070
  493. Herbert Financial Solution – herbert.financial.solution@live.com
  494. James Wilsons Loans – India
  495. Allen Hill Loans – 877-273-3551
  496. Ludington Loans Company – ludingtonloans.com – 877-228-5998
  497. Porter Capital Corp – portercapitalcorp.com – 888-835-0348
  498. First Canadain Group – firstcanadaingroup.com – 888-484-9211
  499. Paramount Investment Solutions – Malaysia – kim.smith116@aol.in
  500. Clarkston Investment Company – clarkson@clarkson-investment.co.cc
  501. Ocean Finance and Mortgages Limited – oceanfinaceloan@gmail.com, halifaxbankonline@consultant.com
  502. Guarantee Funding Loan Company – 206-426-1677
  503. Pillington Investments – pillingtoninvestments.com
  504. Fresh Start Financial – freshstartfin.com
  505. Unlimited Business Funding – ubfunding.com, unlimitedbusinessfunding.com
  506. Crestwood Lending Group – crestwoodlendinggroup.com – 800-927-0932
  507. Parker and Phillips Financial located – 877-848-0340
  508. Star Point Lenders – starpointlenders.com – 877-721-4544
  509. Allen Hill Trust – Allenhtrust.com – 877-273-3551
  510. Westfield Loan Center – westfieldlc.com – 877-461-2503
  511. HSBC Loan Firm – hsbcloanfirmshouse.tk
  512. fordwalkerlenderingfirm@gmail.com
  513. Sky Lenders PLC, London
  514. Transamerica Funding – transamfunding.com – 877-281-9161
  515. Western Regional Financial – westernregionalfinancial.com – 866-415-1393, 951-680-0069 or 876-550-3209
  516. Twin Rivers Lending Group – twinriverslendinggroup.com – 800-297-3110
  517. victorwax@financier.com
  518. soniaupton@live.com
  519. Haramaras Financial Group Loan Company (aka Haramaras Financial Mortgage and Insurance Company) – Greece – Haramarstheodoros@Europe.com
  520. Oceanic Wave Lenders Ltd. – Nigeria – oceanic_wave@w.cn, standinsured@yahoo.com
  521. Brightstar Financial Group – brightstargroup.org – 888-232-8426
  522. Greenland Financial Alliance – 877-534-5156
  523. Withers & Company, Inc – withersandcompanyinc.com – 914-633-4100
  524. Golden Gate Recovery Group – goldengaterecovery.com – 888-293-9542
  525. Primary Lending Group – 877-807-3718
  526. Munro Lending – munrolending.com – 866-506-8856
  527. Allco Financial – allcofinancial.com
  528. Westfield Loan Center – westfieldlc.com
  529. Epox Premium Finance Company – epoxpremuimsecurities.com
  530. Equity World Wide Firm – equityworldwidefirm.webs.com, 646-205-7908, 518-618-1047, 509-388-0339
  531. Hollander Financial Service – Jacksonville Beach, FL – 866-542-6377
  532. Fairgate Financial Group – fairgatefg.com – 866-614-0030
  533. Connect Finance Group – connectfinancegroup.co.uk
  534. Benald Loan Company – Nigeria – arvobenaldloan@aim.com, arvobenaldloan@aaol.com
  535. Yates Financial Advisory – yatesfinancialadvisory.com – 877-442-5478
  536. Credit Park – creditpark.net
  537. Access Loans Services – access_loanservices@yahoo.com
  538. Brown Billy Financial Loan Company

WhoIs – Abestfinance.com

Address lookup
canonical name www.abestfinance.com

aliases
addresses 184.82.2.176
Domain Whois record

Queried whois.internic.net with “dom abestfinance.com”…

Domain Name: WWW.ABESTFINANCE.COM
Registrar: WILD WEST DOMAINS, INC.
Whois Server: whois.wildwestdomains.com
Referral URL: http://www.wildwestdomains.com
Name Server: MNS01.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
Name Server: MNS02.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
Status: clientDeleteProhibited
Status: clientRenewProhibited
Status: clientTransferProhibited
Status: clientUpdateProhibited
Updated Date: 26-oct-2010
Creation Date: 12-mar-2010
Expiration Date: 12-mar-2011

Last update of whois database: Fri, 19 Nov 2010 20:44:09 UTCQueried whois.wildwestdomains.com with “abestfinance.com”…

Registrant:
XINGXIONG ZHU
Beijing Haidian district
Beijing, Beijing 100096
China

Registered through: #1 in Domain Name Registration!
Domain Name: ABESTFINANCE.COM
Created on: 12-Mar-10
Expires on: 12-Mar-11
Last Updated on: 26-Oct-10

Administrative Contact:
ZHU, XINGXIONG netmstar@gmail.com
Beijing Haidian district
Beijing, Beijing 100096
China
+86.8613661104817 Fax —

Technical Contact:
ZHU, XINGXIONG netmstar@gmail.com
Beijing Haidian district
Beijing, Beijing 100096
China
+86.8613661104817 Fax —

Domain servers in listed order:
MNS01.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
MNS02.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
Network Whois record

Queried rwhois.hostnoc.net with “184.82.2.176”…

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network:Organization;I:org-230-0
network:Org-Name:BurstNET Technologies, Inc.
network:Street-Address:422 Prescott Ave.
network:City:Scranton
network:State-Prov:PA
network:Postal-Code:18510
network:Country-Code:US
network:Phone:+1-570-343-2200
network:Abuse-Email:abuse@burst.net
network:Abuse-Phone:+1-570-343-2200
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network:Street-Address:PO Box 591
network:City:Scranton
network:State-Prov:PA
network:Postal-Code:18501-0591
network:Country-Code:US
network:Phone:+1-570-343-8551
network:Abuse-Email:abuse@hostnoc.net
network:Abuse-Phone:+1-570-343-8551
network:Tech-Email:nic@hostnoc.net
network:Tech-Phone:+1-570-343-8551

ok
Queried whois.arin.net with “n 184.82.2.176″…

NetRange: 184.82.0.0 – 184.82.255.255
CIDR: 184.82.0.0/16
OriginAS: AS21788
NetName: HOSTNOC-8BLK
NetHandle: NET-184-82-0-0-1
Parent: NET-184-0-0-0-0
NetType: Direct Allocation
NameServer: NS2.HOSTNOC.NET
NameServer: NS1.HOSTNOC.NET
Comment: SMA4-ARIN
RegDate: 2010-03-10
Updated: 2010-03-10
Ref: http://whois.arin.net/rest/net/NET-184-82-0-0-1

OrgName: Network Operations Center Inc.
OrgId: NOC
Address: PO Box 591
City: Scranton
StateProv: PA
PostalCode: 18501-0591
Country: US
RegDate: 2001-04-04
Updated: 2010-03-30
Comment: Abuse Dept: abuse@hostnoc.net
Ref: http://whois.arin.net/rest/org/NOC

ReferralServer: rwhois://rwhois.hostnoc.net:4321/

OrgTechHandle: SMA4-ARIN
OrgTechName: Arcus, S. Matthew
OrgTechPhone: +1-570-343-8551
OrgTechEmail: nic@hostnoc.net
OrgTechRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/SMA4-ARIN

RTechHandle: SMA4-ARIN
RTechName: Arcus, S. Matthew
RTechPhone: +1-570-343-8551
RTechEmail: nic@hostnoc.net
RTechRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/SMA4-ARIN

RAbuseHandle: SMA4-ARIN
RAbuseName: Arcus, S. Matthew
RAbusePhone: +1-570-343-8551
RAbuseEmail: nic@hostnoc.net
RAbuseRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/SMA4-ARIN

RNOCHandle: SMA4-ARIN
RNOCName: Arcus, S. Matthew
RNOCPhone: +1-570-343-8551
RNOCEmail: nic@hostnoc.net
RNOCRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/SMA4-ARIN
DNS records

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server: mns01.domaincontrol.com
email: dns.jomax.net
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refresh: 28800
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WhoIs 360reports.com a/k/a salezhelp.com

Address lookup
canonical name   www.360reports.com
aliases
addresses 97.74.144.149
Domain Whois record


http://www.360reports.com/demo.php?sterm=scamfraudalert

Queried whois.internic.net with “dom 360reports.com”…

Domain Name: 360REPORTS.COM
Registrar: GODADDY.COM, INC.
Whois Server: whois.godaddy.com
Referral URL: http://registrar.godaddy.com
Name Server: NS39.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
Name Server: NS40.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
Status: clientDeleteProhibited
Status: clientRenewProhibited
Status: clientTransferProhibited
Status: clientUpdateProhibited
Updated Date: 05-aug-2010
Creation Date: 27-oct-2006
Expiration Date: 27-oct-2012

Last update of whois database: Wed, 17 Nov 2010 14:26:38 UTC
Queried whois.godaddy.com with “360reports.com”…

Registrant:

2545 Booksin Ave
San Jose, California 95125
United States

Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: 360REPORTS.COM
Created on: 27-Oct-06
Expires on: 27-Oct-12
Last Updated on: 05-Aug-10

Administrative Contact:
Poddar, Ravi 360reports@gmail.com

2545 Booksin Ave
San Jose, California 95125
United States
+1.4088264717 Fax —

Technical Contact:
Poddar, Ravi 360reports@gmail.com

2545 Booksin Ave
San Jose, California 95125
United States
+1.4088264717 Fax —

Domain servers in listed order:
NS39.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
NS40.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
Network Whois record

Queried whois.arin.net with “n 97.74.144.149″…

NetRange: 97.74.0.0 – 97.74.255.255
CIDR: 97.74.0.0/16
OriginAS: AS26496
NetName: GO-DADDY-SOFTWARE-INC
NetHandle: NET-97-74-0-0-1
Parent: NET-97-0-0-0-0
NetType: Direct Allocation
NameServer: CNS1.SECURESERVER.NET
NameServer: CNS2.SECURESERVER.NET
NameServer: CNS3.SECURESERVER.NET
Comment: Please send abuse complaints to abuse@godaddy.com
RegDate: 2008-08-14
Updated: 2008-08-14
Ref: http://whois.arin.net/rest/net/NET-97-74-0-0-1

OrgName: GoDaddy.com, Inc.
OrgId: GODAD
Address: 14455 N Hayden Road
Address: Suite 226
City: Scottsdale
StateProv: AZ
PostalCode: 85260
Country: US
RegDate: 2007-06-01
Updated: 2009-09-16
Comment: Please send abuse complaints to abuse@godaddy.com
Ref: http://whois.arin.net/rest/org/GODAD

OrgTechHandle: NOC124-ARIN
OrgTechName: Network Operations Center
OrgTechPhone: +1-480-505-8809
OrgTechEmail: noc@godaddy.com
OrgTechRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/NOC124-ARIN

OrgAbuseHandle: ABUSE51-ARIN
OrgAbuseName: Abuse Department
OrgAbusePhone: +1-480-624-2505
OrgAbuseEmail: abuse@godaddy.com
OrgAbuseRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/ABUSE51-ARIN

OrgNOCHandle: NOC124-ARIN
OrgNOCName: Network Operations Center
OrgNOCPhone: +1-480-505-8809
OrgNOCEmail: noc@godaddy.com
OrgNOCRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/NOC124-ARIN

RAbuseHandle: ABUSE51-ARIN
RAbuseName: Abuse Department
RAbusePhone: +1-480-624-2505
RAbuseEmail: abuse@godaddy.com
RAbuseRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/ABUSE51-ARIN

RTechHandle: NOC124-ARIN
RTechName: Network Operations Center
RTechPhone: +1-480-505-8809
RTechEmail: noc@godaddy.com
RTechRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/NOC124-ARIN

RNOCHandle: NOC124-ARIN
RNOCName: Network Operations Center
RNOCPhone: +1-480-505-8809
RNOCEmail: noc@godaddy.com
RNOCRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/NOC124-ARIN
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server: ns39.domaincontrol.com
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WESCO International, Inc. [Identity Stolen]

Scammers have again stolen the identity of yet  another company. This time Wesco International, Inc. a leading distributor of electrical supplies and integrated supply services. Wesco issued the “Alert” below.

**Security Caution**

Vendors Are Encouraged to Verify Any Suspected Fraudulent WESCO Purchase Orders

Beware of Online Fraud:

WESCO Distribution, Inc. (“WESCO”) has become aware from both outside parties and various internal business units that a number of vendors have received fraudulent purchase orders from persons falsely representing themselves as authorized WESCO representatives in an effort to obtain product or obtain vendor bank account information for fraudulent purposes. Vendors have reported receiving suspicious purchase orders bearing names of actual WESCO officers and employees, including WESCO’s Chief Executive Officer.

Report Suspicious Activities or Information:

Please immediately report any suspicious requests to WESCO’s Asset Protection group at: (412) 454-4824, ethics@wesco.com, or WESCO Distribution, Inc., 225 West Station Square Drive, Suite 700, Pittsburgh, PA 15219.

Please follow safe business and computing practices to help protect your information.

What you can do to Verify a WESCO Purchase Order:

First time vendors receiving purchase orders purporting to originate from WESCO are encouraged to contact WESCO’s Asset Protection group in order to verify the authenticity of such purchase order.

If you suspect that you have received a fraudulent purchase order, please contact WESCO’s Asset Protection group for verification.

To expedite WESCO’s Asset Protection group’s review, please have available the suspect purchase order(s) and any other details giving rise to your suspicions.

The information on this page is provided by WESCO for information purposes only. WESCO is proud of its business and services and is working diligently to provide the best service to our customers and vendors including sharing market and security information as soon as learned. WESCO is concerned about fraudulent practices being perpetrated in its name and suggests you follow the guidance outlined in this Security Alert. Vendors are ultimately responsible for protecting themselves and their business from all forms of fraud; however, WESCO will use commercially reasonable efforts to work with any vendor suspecting fraud.

Wesco International,  Inc

Bank Insiders Charged in ZeuS Cybercrime Smackdown

November 8, The Register – (International)

Six corrupt bank insiders turned ZeuS money mule suspects have been arrested in Moldova. All half dozen of the suspects worked in local banks in the east European country.

Investigators believe the suspects specialized in laundering Western Union and MoneyGram payments received from co-conspirators in Western nations that can ultimately be traced back to compromised corporate and personal bank accounts. The arrests in Moldova follow charges against alleged members of a massive cybercrime ring estimated to have raked in up to $70 million by using the ZeuS banking Trojan to steal online banking log-in credentials and loot accounts.

Further arrests may follow in Moldova and elsewhere, a Washington Post staffer turned security blogger reports.

Source: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/1108zeus_moldova_bank_worker_arrests/

New Improved Trojans Target Banks

November 8, Bank Info Security – (International)

Security researchers are warning financial institutions about the Qakbot Trojan, a rare kind of malware that is allegedly infiltrating large banks and other global financial institutions. It is unlike other types of malware because it has the ability to spread like a worm, but still infect users like a Trojan. Named for its primary executable file, _qakbot.dll, the Trojan is not new, but its qualities and difference in attack set it head and shoulders above other more well-known Trojans, such as Zeus, in that it can infect multiple computers at a time. It is the only Trojan known to exclusively target U.S. banks, said an RSA security researcher.

The more well-known Trojans and their variants, Zeus and Spyeye, are all available for sale on the black market, said the researcher who is head of new technologies, consumer identity protection at RSA, the security division of EMC. First discovered by Symantec in 2007, Qakbot is likely being run by one group. It is likely an organized crime group developed it, focusing on their own specific methods, and tailored the Trojan to a specific segment — large banks and their commercial customers.

Source: http://www.bankinfosecurity.com/arti…hp?art_id=3075

WhoIs 69.162.80.242 – indianmoney.co.in

Hacking Attempts @ SFA

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Time: Thu Nov 11 01:50:03 2010 -0500
IP: 69.162.80.242 (US/United States/indianmoney.co.in)
Failures: (sshd)
Interval: 300 seconds
Blocked: Permanent Block
Address lookup
canonical name indianmoney.co.in
aliases
addresses 69.162.80.242
Domain Whois record

Queried whois.inregistry.in with “indianmoney.co.in”…

Domain ID:D3243959-AFIN
Domain Name:INDIANMONEY.CO.IN
Created On:07-Jan-2009 08:51:17 UTC
Last Updated On:22-Jul-2010 05:30:22 UTC
Expiration Date:07-Jan-2012 08:51:17 UTC
Sponsoring Registrar:Directi Internet Solutions Pvt. Ltd. dba PublicDomainRegistry.com (R5-AFIN)
Status:OK

Registrant ID:DI_12019968
Registrant Name:C S Sudheer
Registrant Organization:Suvision Projects India Private Limited
Registrant Street1:#52/4, Nethaji Road, 2nd Block,
Registrant Street2:T R Nager, Basavaanagudi
Registrant Street3:Bangalore
Registrant City:Bangalore
Registrant State/Province:Karnataka
Registrant Postal Code:560028
Registrant Country:IN
Registrant Phone:+080.65466810
Registrant Email:sudheer@suvisionindia.com

Admin ID:DI_12019968
Admin Name:C S Sudheer
Admin Organization:Suvision Projects India Private Limited
Admin Street1:#52/4, Nethaji Road, 2nd Block,
Admin Street2:T R Nager, Basavaanagudi
Admin Street3:Bangalore
Admin City:Bangalore
Admin State/Province:Karnataka
Admin Postal Code:560028
Admin Country:IN
Admin Phone:+080.65466810
Admin Email:sudheer@suvisionindia.com

Tech ID:DI_12019968
Tech Name:C S Sudheer
Tech Organization:Suvision Projects India Private Limited
Tech Street1:#52/4, Nethaji Road, 2nd Block,
Tech Street2:T R Nager, Basavaanagudi
Tech Street3:Bangalore
Tech City:Bangalore
Tech State/Province:Karnataka
Tech Postal Code:560028
Tech Country:IN
Tech Phone:+080.65466810
Tech Email:sudheer@suvisionindia.com

Name Server:NS1.INDIANMONEY.CO.IN
Name Server:NS2.INDIANMONEY.CO.IN
Network Whois record

Queried rwhois.limestonenetworks.com with “69.162.80.242”…

%rwhois V-1.5:003fff:00 rwhois.limestonenetworks.com (by Network Solutions, Inc. V-1.5.9.5)
network:Class-Name:network
network:ID:LSN-BLK-69.162.64.0/18
network:Auth-Area:69.162.64.0/18
network:Network-Name:LSN-69.162.64.0/18
network:IP-Network:69.162.80.240/28
network:IP-Network-Block:69.162.80.240 – 69.162.80.255
network:Organization-Name:Seeknext IT Solutions Pvt Ltd
network:Organization-City:Bangalore
network:Organization-State:OT
network:Organization-Zip:560032
network:Organization-Country:IN
network:Tech-Contact;I:abuse@limestonenetworks.com
network:Admin-Contact;I:abuse@limestonenetworks.com
network:Updated-By:admin@limestonenetworks.com

network:Class-Name:network
network:ID:LSN-BLK-69.162.64.0/18
network:Auth-Area:69.162.64.0/18
network:Network-Name:LSN-69.162.64.0/18
network:IP-Network:69.162.64.0/18
network:IP-Network-Block:69.162.64.0 – 69.162.127.255
network:Organization;I:Limestone Networks
network:Tech-Contact;I:ipadmin@limestonenetworks.com
network:Admin-Contact;I:admin@limestonenetworks.com
network:Created:20080129
network:Updated:20080129
network:Updated-By:admin@limestonenetworks.com

%referral rwhois://root.rwhois.net:4321/auth-area=.
%ok
Queried whois.arin.net with “n 69.162.80.242″…

NetRange: 69.162.64.0 – 69.162.127.255
CIDR: 69.162.64.0/18
OriginAS: AS46475
NetName: LSN-DLLSTX-2
NetHandle: NET-69-162-64-0-1
Parent: NET-69-0-0-0-0
NetType: Direct Allocation
NameServer: NS1.LIMESTONENETWORKS.COM
NameServer: NS2.LIMESTONENETWORKS.COM
Comment: http://www.limestonenetworks.com
RegDate: 2008-06-27
Updated: 2010-02-24
Ref: http://whois.arin.net/rest/net/NET-69-162-64-0-1

OrgName: Limestone Networks, Inc.
OrgId: LIMES-2
Address: 400 S. Akard Street
Address: Suite 200
City: Dallas
StateProv: TX
PostalCode: 75202
Country: US
RegDate: 2007-12-04
Updated: 2010-01-26
Comment: http://limestonenetworks.com/
Ref: http://whois.arin.net/rest/org/LIMES-2

ReferralServer: rwhois://rwhois.limestonenetworks.com:4321

OrgTechHandle: NOC2791-ARIN
OrgTechName: Network Operations Center
OrgTechPhone: +1-214-586-0555
OrgTechEmail: noc@limestonenetworks.com
OrgTechRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/NOC2791-ARIN

OrgAbuseHandle: ABUSE1804-ARIN
OrgAbuseName: Abuse
OrgAbusePhone: +1-214-347-4169
OrgAbuseEmail: abuse@limestonenetworks.com
OrgAbuseRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/ABUSE1804-ARIN

RTechHandle: NOC2791-ARIN
RTechName: Network Operations Center
RTechPhone: +1-214-586-0555
RTechEmail: noc@limestonenetworks.com
RTechRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/NOC2791-ARIN

RNOCHandle: NOC2791-ARIN
RNOCName: Network Operations Center
RNOCPhone: +1-214-586-0555
RNOCEmail: noc@limestonenetworks.com
RNOCRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/NOC2791-ARIN

RAbuseHandle: ABUSE1804-ARIN
RAbuseName: Abuse
RAbusePhone: +1-214-347-4169
RAbuseEmail: abuse@limestonenetworks.com
RAbuseRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/ABUSE1804-ARIN
DNS records

DNS query for indianmoney.co.in failed: WouldBlock

name class type data time to live
242.80.162.69.in-addr.arpa IN PTR indianmoney.co.in 571s (00:09:31)
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