Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Banners Broker Update

Update from the Liquidators, David Rubin & Partners.

'At present, there is no deadline to submit claims. The Joint Liquidators are still in the process of conducting their investigations into the affairs of the Company and tracing the flow of funds. Significant progress has been made in relation to the ongoing investigations. However, you will appreciate that they are unable to go into the specific details of these investigations as the matter is still far from being resolved. We will update you in due course.'

Contact Details:

To add your name to the Creditors List please contact the Liquidators David Rubin & Partners at this website:
You still have plenty of time to apply. Cut off dates will appear here when they're available.
For more detailed information, please see this

Monday, 22 June 2015

RevUpYourIncome - GONE?

It appears that Paul Flanigan from RevUpYour Income has skipped town. He is in Spain, claiming to have no internet access and PAYZA has frozen accounts.  More to follow later...

Thursday, 18 June 2015

Simon Stepsys - ASA Ruling

Great news tonight! A complaint was made to The Advertising Standards Authority about Simon Stepsys and his misleading advertisements.
I am delighted to tell you that the complaint has been UPHELD:

'The recommendation is that your complaint is UPHELD. Simon Stepsys's ads must not appear in their current form, earnings claims cannot be made unless they can be substantiated, and he cannot claim selling is not involved if that is not the case...'

The next stage in the process is that the case will be heard by the Advertising Standards Council.
I'll keep you posted of all future developments.

Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Paying Safely

So you've found an Internet Programme, done your Due Diligence, researched and googled it and your happy to go ahead. Then what?

You have to part with your money.

Scammers are getting wise to the 540 day Chargeback rule so are refusing to take a credit/debit card as payment as they know they could lose all there ill-gotten gains.

So how are they taking money?


It's the same as cash and offers practically ZERO protection against FRAUD.

Payment processors can offer LIMITED  protection with-in a certain time frame but it is hard to do.
Your best protection is a CREDIT card. ALWAYS USE ONE if you can.

The Golden Rule:

If a programme will ONLY accept a Bank Transfer STAY AWAY! 99.99% certain to be a Scam!

Sunday, 7 June 2015

Digadz - ALL OVER!

Digadz has been declared dead by Marius Pederson , BJ's right-hand man.
Read Marius's pathetic attempt to distance himself from the demise of Digadz:

Saturday, 6 June 2015

F.L.E.A.S - Don't get bitten!

An Internet Flea is a professional Scam referrer. 
They recruit people with the sole intention of making as much referral commission as possible and will do and say anything to get you to sign up with them.
They don't care who their host is and are more than happy to bleed it dry.
When it finally dies, they'll just hop off to the next scam. Then the next, and the next...  

An Internet Flea is easy to find.
He, or She, has had many other 'businesses' over the years that it's promoted but have subsequently either failed, or been closed down by receivers or the Authorities.
They will claim to have made vast sums of money and will flash their ill-gotten gains for all to see. 

An Internet Flea thinks it's always one jump ahead of the game and no-one can catch it. 

The definition of F.L.E.A.S:

They FIND a suitable ponzi. LEARN all about it.ENTICE others to join . ACCUMULATE referral commissions and then SCARPER when it dies.

Without cash these Fleas can't survive, don't be their next victim.