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    NOTICE OF FILING

    The United States of America by and through its attorney, the United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, hereby requests that the attached correspondence dated April 17th, 2012, regarding the Government’s notice of intent to introduce evidence of the Defendant’s uncharged misconduct pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 404(b), be made part of the record in this case.

    The evidence they mention follows with 97 pages of previous wrongdoing as well as recent wrongdoing, including a mention of OneX, and how it “was a gift from God”, as Andy said in a webinar. They go on to say that the evidence they introduce relates to

    Misstatements and Omissions of Material Facts
    Golden Panda
    Ad View Global and
    OneX

    Part of the information filed relates to Bowdoin’s previous felony cases in great detail. In addition, as if that was not enough, they say that Andy misrepresented himself as a “successful businessman”. The government intends to demonstrate that these businesses were not successful and several were the subject of Civil and Criminal proceedings.

    On the subject of OneX, the government compares it to ASD as being “inherently deceptive” and that the ability to earn any money is “dependent on the recruitment of new members” and that the vast amount of people in OneX “will not earn the advertized amount”.

    It's nice to see that Andy has cause his own downfall, all for being a greedy old crook. I have added these documents onto the files website. You can read more about it on asdupdates dot com then click on Wordpress Blog.
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    Well, because of the governments filing, Judge Collyer has requested a bond hearing for Andy on May 8. I think Andy needs to bring a toothbrush to this one. I think his wandering around days are over. Stay tuned for more fireworks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EagleOne View Post
    I think Andy needs to bring a toothbrush to this one.
    And a few packs of smokes for Bubba.....
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    From PACER today:

    04/24/2012 Attorney update in case as to THOMAS ANDERSON BOWDOIN, JR. Attorney Vasu B. Muthyala terminated. (cdw) (Entered: 04/24/2012)

    04/25/2012 NOTICE OF HEARING as to THOMAS ANDERSON BOWDOIN, JR: Bond Review Hearing set for 5/8/2012 at 11:30 AM in Courtroom 8 before Judge Rosemary M. Collyer. (cdw) (Entered: 04/25/2012)

    04/26/2012 MINUTE ORDER as to THOMAS ANDERSON BOWDOIN, JR, requiring the Government to present at the bond review hearing currently set for May 8, 2012, all evidence (written and testimonial) regarding Defendant's alleged involvement in OneX or any other alleged Internet scheme since the Indictment in this case. Signed by Judge Rosemary M. Collyer on 4/26/2012. (KD) (Entered: 04/26/2012)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wizzard7 View Post
    From PACER today:

    04/24/2012 Attorney update in case as to THOMAS ANDERSON BOWDOIN, JR. Attorney Vasu B. Muthyala terminated. (cdw) (Entered: 04/24/2012)

    04/25/2012 NOTICE OF HEARING as to THOMAS ANDERSON BOWDOIN, JR: Bond Review Hearing set for 5/8/2012 at 11:30 AM in Courtroom 8 before Judge Rosemary M. Collyer. (cdw) (Entered: 04/25/2012)

    04/26/2012 MINUTE ORDER as to THOMAS ANDERSON BOWDOIN, JR, requiring the Government to present at the bond review hearing currently set for May 8, 2012, all evidence (written and testimonial) regarding Defendant's alleged involvement in OneX or any other alleged Internet scheme since the Indictment in this case. Signed by Judge Rosemary M. Collyer on 4/26/2012. (KD) (Entered: 04/26/2012)
    Interesting, I wonder why Muthyala terminated from the case...?
    It seems like in this "industry" common sense is not all that common!

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    Quote Originally Posted by laidback View Post
    Interesting, I wonder why Muthyala terminated from the case...?
    I will say it is to try and cause another delay by crying that he has no representation.

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    04/26/2012 MINUTE ORDER as to THOMAS ANDERSON BOWDOIN, JR, requiring the Government to present at the bond review hearing currently set for May 8, 2012, all evidence (written and testimonial) regarding Defendant's alleged involvement in OneX or any other alleged Internet scheme since the Indictment in this case. Signed by Judge Rosemary M. Collyer on 4/26/2012. (KD) (Entered: 04/26/2012)
    I hope they have stacks!!! Of course they are going to try and get this postponed again, I hope they don't succeed this time around. That scammer needs to be plugged to keep from taking money from more innocents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whip View Post
    I will say it is to try and cause another delay by crying that he has no representation.
    Except this guy is a government attorney. The two remaining seem to specialize in fraud cases.
    It seems like in this "industry" common sense is not all that common!

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    Quote Originally Posted by laidback View Post
    Except this guy is a government attorney. The two remaining seem to specialize in fraud cases.
    Was he some kind of public defender?

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    The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing

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    Ah. totally misread the update.

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    He's left the DoJ for private practice:



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    A day or so later, the Government filed a Notice of even more evidence of Uncharged Wrongdoing by Bowdoin, this time, misrepresentation and omission of facts in his dealings with ASD members. He will surely have some 'splaining to do.

    Also kinda funny, on last night's Webinar, his partner in crime, Alan mentioned that Andy would be missing webinars for a while because he had some "personal problems" to deal with. I bet he does!
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    Well, the bond hearing that was scheduled for today has been postponed until May 18 @ 2:00pm in Judge Collyer's Courtroom. It will be interesting to see if the Judge revokes his bond and puts him in jail until his trial. If I were Andy I think I would be bringing my toothbrush to this hearing.
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    No wonder Mr. "Parking Ticket" Andy Bowdoin is so desperate to stay out of jail. Looks as if he's been there before, knows what it's like and didn't like it much. lol

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    Florida Man Pleads Guilty To Wire Fraud
    In Massive Internet-Based Ponzi Scheme
    - Venture Raised More Than $110 Million From “Members” -

    WASHINGTON - Thomas A. Bowdoin, Jr., also known as Andy Bowdoin, the founder
    and operator of a business known as AdSurf Daily, Inc., pled guilty today to a federal charge of wire fraud stemming from a fraudulent Internet-based advertising scheme that generated more than $110 million from thousands of people across the United States and other countries.

    The plea was announced by Ronald C. Machen Jr., U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia, and James Glendinning, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Orlando Field Office of the U.S. Secret Service.

    Bowdoin, 77, of Quincy, Fla., entered the plea this afternoon before the Honorable Rosemary M. Collyer in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. No sentencing date was set. Under terms of the plea agreement, which were approved by the Court, Bowdoin faces a maximum sentence of 78 months in prison and fines of up to $175,000. He remains free pending a hearing on June 12, 2012 to determine if he should be incarcerated pending his sentencing.

    According to a statement of offense, signed by the government as well as the defendant, Bowdoin ran a Ponzi scheme disguised as an online advertising company. AdSurf Daily, Inc., or ASD, drew in large numbers of investors by promising huge returns on their investment. Thousands of victims, many from the Washington, D.C. area, lost money through the scheme.

    Bowdoin admitted that he operated ASD from September 2006 until August 2008, when agents from the Secret Service and the St. Cloud, Fla. IRS-Secret Service Task Force seized ASD’s assets and bank accounts pursuant to a court order.

    The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia subsequently obtained civil forfeiture of $80 million in proceeds of Bowdoin’s schemes, including numerous bank accounts, real property, luxury vehicles, and watercraft. The Department of Justice’s Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section, the U.S. Secret Service, and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia established a program to return the fraudulently obtained money to victims. Approximately $55 million in forfeited assets has been returned to 8,400 victims.

    “The Internet now allows swindlers to perpetrate fraud on a much larger scale than Charles Ponzi could have imagined 100 years ago,” said U.S. Attorney Machen. “Andy Bowdoin’s online Ponzi scheme took in $110 million from thousands of people across the United States and other countries. His guilty plea today is another milestone in our efforts to protect the public from being ripped off over the Internet. This case is a healthy reminder that the public should be skeptical when evaluating investment opportunities: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.”

    “The Secret Service believes that building trusted partnerships between all levels of law enforcement is a proven successful model for combating criminal activity,” said Assistant Special Agent in Charge Glendinning, of the Orlando Field Office. “Through this collaborative approach, our St. Cloud Internal Revenue Service-Secret Service Financial Crimes and Money Laundering Task Force was able to focus our resources to uncovering this fraudulent scheme and prevent additional victims.”

    According to the government’s evidence, ASD operated on the Internet at various websites, including www.adsurfdaily.com, www.adcashgenerator.com, and lafuentedinero.com: The Leading LA Fuente Dinero Site on the Net. Bowdoin heralded ASD as an “income opportunity,” and referred to himself as a “money magnet.” Bowdoin stated that it was his “goal ... to make 100,000 millionaires in 3 years.”

    ASD’s business model promised members the opportunity to earn 125 percent (initially 150 percent) on each dollar paid into ASD, as long as the members viewed other members’ websites for a few minutes each day on ASD’s Internet page, commonly referred to as the ASD “rotator.” Bowdoin also promised members commissions for recruiting other members into the program.

    While a small percentage of ASD members who invested early in the program could earn the extraordinary rates of return, the promised opportunity was illusory for the vast majority of ASD members. Indeed, due to the fact that ASD’s pyramid-style business model relied entirely on an ever increasing influx of new money to fund the debt owed to earlier members, the vast majority of members could never earn the promised rates of return, making the promised opportunity fraudulent. Key to the government’s case was that ASD did not generate any revenue from sales to customers outside the pyramid scheme.

    During ASD’s operation, Bowdoin raised more than $110 million from over 96,000 members. Bowdoin paid out to members approximately $45 million to cover their investments and induce them to re-enroll in ASD’s program. Bowdoin spent more than $8 million to operate and promote ASD and more than $1 million for his own personal benefit or the benefit of his family. In 2008, alone, Bowdoin used ASD funds to purchase a lake house in Quincy, Fla., two luxury vehicles, a boat, two recreational watercrafts, and other items of value.

    In 2008, Bowdoin held several rallies across the country attended by thousands of ASD members and potential members, during which he promoted ASD’s business model and offered matching bonuses to induce further investment. During the rallies, an ASD employee informed audiences, at Bowdoin’s direction, that Bowdoin could be trusted because a criminal background check on Bowdoin only revealed a speeding ticket in North Carolina.

    Bowdoin knew those representations were false. The truth was Bowdoin had been convicted of three securities-related felonies in Alabama in the 1990s and had been charged in Alabama in the 1990s in at least thirteen other indictments alleging securities fraud, resulting in Bowdoin being forever barred from selling securities in Alabama. None of these disclosures were made to ASD members or potential members.

    In addition, to further promote himself and ASD, Bowdoin directed an ASD employee at these rallies to inform ASD members and potential members that Bowdoin had been personally given a medal of distinction from President George W. Bush for his business achievements. In reality, Bowdoin purchased the medal of distinction from the National Republican Congressional Committee by donating $25,000 to the committee, using ASD members’ funds.

    This case was pursued as part of a nationwide operation that targeted investment fraud. The Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force was established in 2010 by the President to lead an aggressive, coordinated and proactive effort to investigate and prosecute financial crimes.

    The President’s Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force includes representatives from a broad range of federal agencies, regulatory authorities, inspectors general, and state and local law enforcement who, working together, bring to bear a powerful array of criminal and civil enforcement resources. The task force is working to improve efforts across the federal executive branch, and with state and local partners, to investigate and prosecute significant financial crimes, ensure just and effective punishment for those who perpetrate financial crimes, combat discrimination in the lending and financial markets, and recover proceeds for victims of financial crimes. For more information on the task force, visit StopFraud.gov.

    In announcing the guilty plea, U.S. Attorney Machen and Assistant Special Agent in Charge Glendinning praised the efforts of those who have investigated and prosecuted the case. They expressed appreciation to U.S. Secret Service's Orlando and Tallahassee Field Offices and the St. Cloud IRS-Secret Service Task Force for their work in the investigation. They also expressed special recognition to Secret Service Special Agents Roy Dotson, Thomas Campbell, and Nielsen “Scot” Cochran, and St. Cloud IRS-Secret Service Task Force Agent Brian Watson.

    U.S. Attorney Machen and Assistant Special Agent in Charge Glendinning also commended those who worked on the case from the U.S. Attorney’s Office, including Forensic Accountant Crystal Boodoo; Information Technology Specialist Kimberly Smith; Paralegals Anne Riopelle, Nicole Wattelet, Russ Crabtree, Tasha Harris, Shanna Hays, Sarah Reis and Taryn McLaughlin, and Legal Assistants Jessica McCormick and Krishawn Graham.

    Finally, they praised the work of Assistant U.S. Attorney David Gorman and former Assistant U.S. Attorneys William Cowden and Vasu B. Muthyala, who investigated the case, and Assistant U.S. Attorneys Seth B. Waxman and Allison Barlotta, who investigated the matter and prepared the case for trial. They also expressed appreciation for the work done on the case by the Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section of the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

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    Hopefully with this plea deal, Andy is naming names and more charges will be forthcoming against the major promoters of this Ponzi.
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    All those words, all those Philadelphia lawyers, all those threats, all those protests.

    End result ??

    Exactly according to the script.

    In fact, the similarities to busted ponzis of the past is spooky.
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    By the time he gets out, he'll have to concentrate on scamming others in his nursing home for Depends and dessert.
    It seems like in this "industry" common sense is not all that common!

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    Why has he been set 'free' so he can start more scams. Put him behind bars, take away his computer privileges and let him pay back all he stole from others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scratchycat View Post
    Why has he been set 'free' so he can start more scams. Put him behind bars, take away his computer privileges and let him pay back all he stole from others.
    He has been out on bond ever since the criminal charges have been filed. The bond hearing he was scheduled to have today, before he pled guilty, I think was going to change all that. I think the judge was going to revoke his bond and put him in jail until his trial.

    Not worth putting him in jail for another few weeks before they set his sentencing date. Depending on the time it takes from the hearing on June 12 until they set his date in court to be sentenced will determine if they put in him jail or he stays out until he is sentenced.

    I'm sure his activities are already very limited and ever more so after the June 12 hearing to set his sentence. I believe he keeps himself out of jail during this time as long as he cooperates with the government and he gives them everything they want. If not, then he will be in jail regardless.

    That's the problem with plea deals. If you don't agree to do everything you said you would do to get the deal, the whole deal can be revoked. He has still pled guilty so a tougher sentence could be given if he breaks the terms of the deal This is still far from over. A lot can happen on the way to the sentencing hearing if he doesn't comply with the deal terms.
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    Re: Ad Surf Daily (ASD) and the crook named Andy Bowdoin

    In Memory of Surfs Up Forum posts of years gone by:

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    URGENT >> BULLETIN >> MOVING: Andy Bowdoin Pleads Guilty To Wire Fraud

    By PatrickPretty.com 4:12 pm May 18, 2012

    URGENT >> BULLETIN >> MOVING: (5TH UPDATE: 5:54 P.M. EDT) Andy Bowdoin has pleaded guilty to wire fraud in the AdSurfDaily Ponzi case.

    A bond-review hearing for the 77-year-old ASD patriarch had been scheduled for 2 p.m. today. Instead, the proceeding turned into a plea hearing.


    “The Internet now allows swindlers to perpetrate fraud on a much larger scale than Charles Ponzi could have imagined 100 years ago,” said U.S. Attorney Ronald C. Machen Jr. of the District of Columbia. “Andy Bowdoin’s online Ponzi scheme took in $110 million from thousands of people across the United States and other countries. His guilty plea today is another milestone in our efforts to protect the public from being ripped off over the Internet. This case is a healthy reminder that the public should be skeptical when evaluating investment opportunities: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by EagleOne View Post
    He has been out on bond ever since the criminal charges have been filed. The bond hearing he was scheduled to have today, before he pled guilty, I think was going to change all that. I think the judge was going to revoke his bond and put him in jail until his trial.

    Not worth putting him in jail for another few weeks before they set his sentencing date. Depending on the time it takes from the hearing on June 12 until they set his date in court to be sentenced will determine if they put in him jail or he stays out until he is sentenced.

    I'm sure his activities are already very limited and ever more so after the June 12 hearing to set his sentence. I believe he keeps himself out of jail during this time as long as he cooperates with the government and he gives them everything they want. If not, then he will be in jail regardless.

    That's the problem with plea deals. If you don't agree to do everything you said you would do to get the deal, the whole deal can be revoked. He has still pled guilty so a tougher sentence could be given if he breaks the terms of the deal This is still far from over. A lot can happen on the way to the sentencing hearing if he doesn't comply with the deal terms.
    Thanks for explaining Eagle. He is guilty, has admitted it, but a lot can happen on the way to the courthouse as we have already seen. I hope he gets max to set example of what could happen to these other crooks out there doing the same kind of things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagleOne View Post
    He has been out on bond ever since the criminal charges have been filed. The bond hearing he was scheduled to have today, before he pled guilty, I think was going to change all that. I think the judge was going to revoke his bond and put him in jail until his trial.

    Not worth putting him in jail for another few weeks before they set his sentencing date. Depending on the time it takes from the hearing on June 12 until they set his date in court to be sentenced will determine if they put in him jail or he stays out until he is sentenced.

    I'm sure his activities are already very limited and ever more so after the June 12 hearing to set his sentence. I believe he keeps himself out of jail during this time as long as he cooperates with the government and he gives them everything they want. If not, then he will be in jail regardless.

    That's the problem with plea deals. If you don't agree to do everything you said you would do to get the deal, the whole deal can be revoked. He has still pled guilty so a tougher sentence could be given if he breaks the terms of the deal This is still far from over. A lot can happen on the way to the sentencing hearing if he doesn't comply with the deal terms.
    I am sure he is squealing his little mouth off. He obviously didnt like jail the last time and wants to stay there as little as possible. Let's hope the Government drive a very hard bargain with him. The results could cause lasting damage to the online HYIP underworld (or should we call it HYIP "industry" lol)

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    Quote Originally Posted by scratchycat View Post
    Why has he been set 'free' so he can start more scams. Put him behind bars, take away his computer privileges and let him pay back all he stole from others.
    I wish that I knew the answer to that scratchy but things are beginning to make sense to me now. The authorities jumped on Trevor Cook and sent him down for 25 years but they did not go for the big promoters. The rumours that reach me are that they are after the promoters as well as Andy. I bet the Scamland promoters who thought that they had got away with it are are getting worried.

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