When last we followed up on serial scammer Paul Darby, he was attempting to move his suckers from his "YouGetPaidFast" SCAM to something called "The $8 Daily Traffic Program".
Paul launched YouGetPaidFast in late September 2013; by April 2014, traffic had evaporated and the usual volume of disgruntled suckers were whining about not getting paid:
I didn't follow him after YouGetPaidFast, but it appears that The $8 Daily Traffic Program suffered a similar or worse fate in longevity:
So what is Scammin' Paul Darby up to these days?
Looking at his latest YouTube channel, Paul Darby took "The Cha-Ching Network" live around October 2015.
Yep ... another Paul Darby winner:
He's now moved on to The Net Millionaires Club, reachable at both thenetmillionairesclub.us (firstname.lastname@example.org. Paul Darby, Inc 1296 Laney Rd Chipley, Fl 32428)
and thenetmillionairesclub.com, where the "about us" page seems to indicate he is in partnership with a Ross Goldberg and a Rob Hannley.
Neither of the "NetMillionaires Club" websites produce enough traffic to register on Alexa.
Are the internet morons, the greedy parasites, and the gambling addicts finally realizing that sending any money ever to Paul Darby for any program he runs is a one-way ticket to GettingRippedOffQuick?
Once TheNetMillionairesClub tanks, it looks like Paul may have the "YouGetPaidFast" site on the back burner for potential recycling ... it currently displays:
There's A New Thing Coming.
If you'll check back in a couple of days, we'll have it here for you.