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    Sent a message to admin on the other site asking what happened to the thread. Lets see what they say...

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    re: Banners Broker HYIP ponzi scam

    Ask SBM about the owner of scum.com -- I'm sure she'll be able to explain better than I!

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    I'm curious now!! Always wondered about those dodgy ads though...

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    re: Banners Broker HYIP ponzi scam

    Quote Originally Posted by noname999 View Post
    Sent a message to admin on the other site asking what happened to the thread. Lets see what they say...
    George Dranichak / Zachary / Vladimir Sviatoslavich or whatever he is calling himself these days usually ignores his members and volunteer moderators. He is in it for the $$$$$. He routinely removes threads under threat from provably fake lawyers or with the proper incentive. Scam is not a site set up to help consumers. It is a money maker for a porn producer and spammer. There are plenty of threads on here about Dranichak for those interested in some wild tales!

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    Haha. Brilliant, thanks. Think I'm going to like this site.

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    Even a scam finding site is a scam? that's good.

    by the way to all the people back from scam it might be a good idea to try and repost some of the stuff you remember or saved from the other post, so it can backlink here.

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    Unreal. This site will be better anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poyol View Post
    We don't have attorney generals in the UK ... Or DAs - I don't really know the equivalent- or know who to speak to who'd understand the crime.
    The authority which has the most power in UK is Customs and Excise. If a registered company or sole trader is registered for VAT, Customs will investigate complaints about that person or business very quickly as being registered for VAT means that they are authorised to collect tax for The Crown " The VAT (Value Added Tax) Authority

    If a UK trader or Company has a turnover in excess of 77K pa they have to register for VAT. It is simple to report anybody in UK who has a VAT number or a person who obviously has a turnover above 77K pa.

    There is a charity which helps victimes of smaller financial crimes called Crimestoppers

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    Welcome Poyol!

    As SBM said, I believe our ratings are right up top on Google. Usually if I search for anything on Adlandpro or Scamlandpro, it will pull up several just for example. I never was in scumland but have learned a lot since being in RS.
    Don't get ripped off!! Stay informed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scratchycat View Post
    Welcome Poyol!

    As SBM said, I believe our ratings are right up top on Google. Usually if I search for anything on Adlandpro or Scamlandpro, it will pull up several just for example. I never was in scumland but have learned a lot since being in RS.
    The Google ratings with RS are very good.

    I used to post information about scammers to WLD (World Law Direct) because it was the best way to get the comment to the top of Google. Now most scam reports from RS get to the top of Google faster than they do by posting to WLD.

    If you post to threads with a five star rating on WLD, that is another good way to get your message to the top of Google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by path2prosperity View Post

    I used to post information about scammers to WLD (World Law Direct) because it was the best way to get the comment to the top of Google. Now most scam reports from RS get to the top of Google faster than they do by posting to WLD.
    That site has a thread claiming that this website is a haven for scammers? is anything actually as it seems?

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    Well, I saw quite a bit of the thread at scam.com, and probably learnt more about finance and human nature in half an hour than I did in the previous forty-seven years. Then some %$&^ went and deleted it. (Mind you, I did fail the sign-up question here twice before getting one right, so that's either brain damage from booze or a sign of dementia).

    (JordanBright).. Google cache still has much of that thread, including a massively detailed post (which I will trundle off and collect if my bottle-fingers will allow) that lists founders of BB, their previous escapades, funding and the like... I'm a bit of a noob (posts =1) to be so presumptive as to repost it...

    Nope, not an investor, it's just I was on another forum where somebody asked about it.. did we have opinions, was it a sound investment....we offered a frank assessment, then he told us we were all wrong, knew nothing, were all against him, and should stop calling it a Ponzi... yep, he'd bought into it in the interim (and I understand a condition of continued membership is that you say nothing bad or negative... so not only do yoou sound positive 'cos you want to sign more gullible family & friends up to feather your nest, but you also risk losing what you have invested if you mention Ponz... Pyram... ssshhhh).

    The fervent belief that followers (have to ) exhibit is fascinating. Once you are hooked, you have to believe... you want to believe...

    Off to capture some Google cache from scam.com. Hope I continue my education here.

    Apologies for the bottle fingers.... wife away, so lonely 'till tomorrow (sad, I know, but I am ancient).

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    Delighted to have you on board. Recover what ever you can. It could all be very helpful! And take it from...you are not that old!!

    Can I ask what the other forum was?

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    Quote Originally Posted by noname999 View Post
    That site has a thread claiming that this website is a haven for scammers? is anything actually as it seems?
    Look at the rating of that WLD thread. It has a zero rating as far as I remember. Most of the posts in that thread come from a drunk by the name of Uncle Festa who has been banned from RS and almost all other forums on the www.

    One about old Adland scammers started by a WLD member "florrie" has a five star rating. There is good historical data in that thread.

    There is a very good contributor to WLD who is well known to some RS members. He goes by the name of Dave Thornton, CrimeBustersNow. (I think that is the correct name) He is very au fait with Canadian criminal activities on the world wide web. He is a very good person to take seriously.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noname999 View Post
    That site has a thread claiming that this website is a haven for scammers? is anything actually as it seems?
    Oh, yeah, the one started by liar first class and full time drunk UncleFesta, or as I call him, the festering boil!!!
    It seems like in this "industry" common sense is not all that common!

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    Hi all, Nice Gaff you got 'ere.

    Does anybody know if this question was ever answered on the TalkingBigBollocks forum?


    Where are they? (by bbdave)

    Hi all. I'm sure this has been discussed somewhere and I have searched but not found anything that answers my question.

    I have been with BB now for 7 weeks. Quite well rehearsed in the ways however there is one thing that is really bugging me.

    I have submitted a ticket for help in BB, posted in various Skype group chats and emailed my main man upline, but no one is even acknowledging my question, let alone answering it.

    My question is - where are the 150000 or so websites that are in the BB Publisher network. In other words, where are the adverts from which we are generating advertising revenue via our panels?

    I have potential new affiliates asking me this question and I cannot answer them!

    I don't know of any websites other than the 18 or so which appear in the Choice Network and quite frankly I'd rather not tell anybody about them as they are very lame, that's if they even load.

    I'm hoping that I may find some answers on these boards?

    Thanks in advance.
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    re: Banners Broker HYIP ponzi scam

    Welcome everyone. And, please do archive the Scam posts and share them here. If there are a lot of posts, I can also pdf them and post them as a huge pdf. What George taketh down we archive!

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    Hey, Laidback, lay off us full-time drunks...

    Oh, actually, I'm only a part-time drunk, so let's all pick on the full-time hobo beer-swilling bastards.

    I haz History of said scum.com thread. Only prob is, it is on my high-tech, wonderous HP Touchpad (PBAI) so I'll need to spend a while finding it all. I've also cached the later pages from Google (just in time, it appears). As a noob novice just passing through (no BB affilaition, no money worth investing at the mo), anyone wise care to say why, oh why, was the scam.com thread deleted. Are they wusses, owned by Bernie Madoff et.al., or just incompetent oafs? Or does BB have more staff on the legal side than on the sales team... I tremble with fear in my socks... which, of course is all I wear while at the computer... I am still at work, after all.

    Oh, as a matter of no interest, I did try to buy some advertising from them... I tried a personal application, and also emailed them from work email ( a large pfarmaceutical company, if you get my drift). No response. I think my pfuking email would have got some attention, even if my personal application didn't. We did spend 1.4 billion dollars on adverts last year: you'd think they'd want to speak to me (Junior V.P, Marketing Asia & Far East {wwweeeelllll nah, not quite, but who's to say; it was a brief query to open proceedings...}. But nada... anyone would think they didn't actually want to buy and sell advertising space... and that would just be silly, wouldn't it?

    Anyhow, off to do battle with history on an HP Touchpad...

    Edit: what's the etiquette for re-posting somebody else's musings on a different website, or don't we give a flying fox over here?
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    Feel free to re-post my stuff.


    PS Do you think the guy who runs the other scam forum would take payment from anybody to delete uncomfortable threads?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhostolemyID View Post
    Hey, Laidback, lay off us full-time drunks...

    Oh, actually, I'm only a part-time drunk, so let's all pick on the full-time hobo beer-swilling bastards.

    I haz History of said scum.com thread. Only prob is, it is on my high-tech, wonderous HP Touchpad (PBAI) so I'll need to spend a while finding it all. I've also cached the later pages from Google (just in time, it appears). As a noob novice just passing through (no BB affilaition, no money worth investing at the mo), anyone wise care to say why, oh why, was the scam.com thread deleted. Are they wusses, owned by Bernie Madoff et.al., or just incompetent oafs? Or does BB have more staff on the legal side than on the sales team... I tremble with fear in my socks... which, of course is all I wear while at the computer... I am still at work, after all.

    Oh, as a matter of no interest, I did try to buy some advertising from them... I tried a personal application, and also emailed them from work email ( a large pfarmaceutical company, if you get my drift). No response. I think my pfuking email would have got some attention, even if my personal application didn't. We did spend 1.4 billion dollars on adverts last year: you'd think they'd want to speak to me (Junior V.P, Marketing Asia & Far East {wwweeeelllll nah, not quite, but who's to say; it was a brief query to open proceedings...}. But nada... anyone would think they didn't actually want to buy and sell advertising space... and that would just be silly, wouldn't it?

    Anyhow, off to do battle with history on an HP Touchpad...

    Edit: what's the etiquette for re-posting somebody else's musings on a different website, or don't we give a flying fox over here?
    imho, if you post other peoples stuff, ithe source/author be properly attributed.
    It seems like in this "industry" common sense is not all that common!

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    Here is a quick question.

    A while ago Banners Broker was telling everybody that they where VAT registered in the UK. They started charging their victims/suckers VAT for the CRAPPY ADs and such.
    They even posted a VAT number 127482213 that turned out to be invalid. Shortly after I found it to be invalid I posted as much on TalkingBigBollocks. Then all of a sudden they made an hasty "re-arrangement" with the UK Tax Man apparently, & stopped charging VAT.
    After all they don't actually sell any thing other than dreams. (can you tax 'em? Banners Broker tried)

    I read elsewhere that Banners Broker Portugal & Banners Broker ROI are VAT registered. What is there VAT numbers & are they valid?

    Check here them here VIES
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe_Shmoe View Post
    Hi all, Nice Gaff you got 'ere.

    Does anybody know if this question was ever answered on the TalkingBigBollocks forum?
    What the questioner doesn't understand is, Banners Broker is a merely a variation on the "autosurf" theme of internet scams and is NOT an "advertising platform"

    In an "autosurf" the advertising is of a very distant secondary consideration and viewing any ads which do exist comes an extremely distant third.

    Signing up new members is the only way Banners Brokers and other "autosurfs" survive.

    No new members = no new money = collapse

    The adverts are merely a smokescreen, designed to fool the naive amongst us into thinking there is a real "product"

    Banners Broker is already showing signs the supply of new money is drying up, so, my guess would be it won't last more than a few months now.
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    OOPS !!

    When even the players on HYIP ponzi forums start complaining, you just KNOW there's trouble.

    Anyone thinking of putting new money into this one now might as well flush it down the toilet.



    Banners Broker thread, Talkgold HYIP ponzi forum
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    I don't know. I think this has a bit to go yet. I have been observing for months now and this bit of panic seems to be regular enough before pay day. I hope I'm wrong...

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    Thread Banners Broker | scams - free message board | BoardReader

    This link has all of the posts of the old scum.com thread ... I think!


    Well that is the board reader but it only links to part of the posts. There were 947 posts in that thread. Around 50% were from shills though.

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