Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Domain Says Embassy, Title Says Travel, Article says TVI Express?!

This spamticle site can't even keep itself consistent!

The domain name is "embassyofbelgium.com"

The title is "Professional Travel Guide", already doesn't match.

Then the article is about TVI Express and how it can be MLM. It referred to itself as 190000 members, which means this was written sometime in 2009. So it's a zombie spamticle.


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Monday, January 30, 2012

More randomly assembled spamticles with my anti-TVI Express content...why?

Another randomly named website, default Wordpress theme, and... randomly cut-and-paste paragraphs assembled into a bogus article... and one of those paragraphs are mine!


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Sunday, January 29, 2012

Guitar Lessons and... TVI Express Spam?

Not just normal TVI Express spam, but rewriter-mangled TVI Express spam!


Did scammers figure out how to "fake" an admin post into normal blogs or something? This website seems to be legit, so why would it all of a sudden post spam? And not just regular copy and paste spam, but rewriter-mangled spam?
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Saturday, January 28, 2012

What Does Journey Have to do with Shirt, or TVI Express Scam?

The answer is: they don't, except on a spamticle site, such as this one:


It's called "journeyshirts.com", but there's nothing about the owner. The "about" page is left in its generic wordpress verbiage. Domain name is registered to an "Arin Peck" with no address, not even COUNTRY.

When you read the article, you realize the whole thing is completely mangled by a rewriter, which also completely screwed up the formatting, losing all the carriage returns.
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Friday, January 27, 2012

Random cut-and-paste paragraphs cannot make an article!

Yet that's exactly what this place wants you to think:


As you can see, out of the 5 full paragraphs you can see, the paragraphs don't fit together. First is TVI Express, then Chacha, then generic, then TVI Express, then some "MLM scam", then some generic advice again.

However, two full paragraphs (and that partial at the end) are from my own articles.

This domain is registered by a guy in Berlin, Germany. No idea why it's now a spamticle site.
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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Another Rewriter-chewed TVI Express spamticle

And the site that posts this sort of rubbish is called... InformationFreak.info


The domain is owned by a Mr. Kramer in Bellvue, Washington.

The article itself was written by guy who wrote that TVI Express is a scam and he wouldn't touch it with a ten foot pole. The author is now listed as this "Victoria Leminitzin" (clearly female) and half the words don't go together any more.

Spam, spam, spam...
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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

More John Piro's TVI Express bull**** zombie revivified

Some random domain that died got revived as spamticle site about SEO and "Internet Marketing".


What are the warning signs?

1) The John Piro Video is from 2009, bogus, old, and zombie!

2) Has both English and SPANISH articles, clearly the spam poster caught the extras by surprise

3) Domain is registered through a proxy: no real ID

4) TVI Express is NOT internet marketing, but a SCAM spread through the Internet

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Sunday, January 22, 2012

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Friday, January 20, 2012

2010 Retrospective: Kazahkstan Ex-General Recruited Soldiers for His TVI Express Scam

This is old news, and had been covered before, but it's worth repeating:


Basically, this ex-general recruited soldiers to join TVI Express, even though soldiers cannot enjoy any of the benefits of travel, so it is a PURE pyramid scheme: recruit people and make money.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Another "professional" author spams Linked In with Zombie TVI Express Video Spam

Why post random videos you don't know anything about, when you're supposed to be a professional author?


If you check her public LinkedIn profile, you'll see that Renee Barnes-Orozco claims to be an author living in California. However, the video she linked to? Was created back in 2009, and TVI Express is dead in 2010. So why did she post this zombie video in 2011? Hmmm?

Monday, January 16, 2012

The Cheerful TVI Express Denial-ist

Recently a certain "Bilyonaryo" started posting comments on my TVI Express expose hubs. His IP address traces back to a Korean ISP. He's all nice and positive, "you write good stuff", he goes, but it's clear he didn't read any of them, because he posted this:


Mind you, I already gave him links to my "News Your TVI Express Upline will never tell you", where TVI Express members were arrested, TVI Express denounced as pyramid scheme, and so on and so forth.

Yet he says that only individual members of TVI Express was prosecuted as criminals, not TVI Express itself.

For a moment, I was going to retort "What is the difference?!"  Then I realized he's trying to use the "few bad apples" argument, that a few individuals can abuse the system, but the system itself, he will claim, is innocent. Fortunately, I do have references pointing the other way:

The Australia Federal Court says TVI Express is a pyramid scheme:

...But Justice Nicholas found there was "no evidence" that any member had "obtained the ... vacation or a companion flight". In his judgment he said: "I am satisfied that the TVI Express System was a pyramid-selling scheme".

It's amazing what sort of contrived excuses will TVI Express supporters come up with to "debate" whether TVI Express is a scam... However, this is one of the 13 tricks I've identified earlier: "It's the individual's fault, because it cannot be the system's fault". Seen it before, albeit not to this extent. Usually it's used as post-facto justification, like: blame all my downlines for the failure. However, this one use it to DENY that TVI Express was a scam at all. Hah!

If it's not a scam, then it wouldn't have been banned in China, Namibia, Lesotho, USA, and so on.

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Corporate Car Service... and TVI Express Zombie Spam?

Now why would a car service (i.e. limo hire) website have TVI Express spam? You tell me...


What's more, TVI North American has been long since DEAD AND BURIED, when it got a "cease and desist" from state of Georgia back in 2010!

Zombie spam!

Sunday, January 15, 2012

AgLessons.org, another spamdexed domain with TVI Express keyword... why?

Another domain taken over by generic WordPress spamticle website. This one contains article with paragraph mashed together, including one of my TVI Express Exposed hubs!



Saturday, January 14, 2012

Friday, January 13, 2012

AK-47 Blog/Shop taken over by TVI Express Spamdex

Seeing is believing! The paragraphs are mixed and matched by some keyword bot, and one of the paragraphs stolen was from my hubs about TVI Express! The rest of the paragraphs seem to be randomly pulled from elsewhere.

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Pacific Royale Delayed Yet AGAIN, revealing Tarun Trikha Scam

Previously we have revealed that the domain "Pacificroyale.com" was registered none other than Tarun Trikha and his V2 Global scam company.

Later they used generic clipart to claim the company is launching in January 2012.

It is now January 2012, so where's the airline?

According to airline news, Pacific Royale is not going to start operating until END OF FEBRUARY 2012. And even then, it will only have 4 aircraft, two of them castoff from Ethiopian Airline.

Yet the website remains unchanged (as of today). It is clearly bogus.

And just to prove that the website's bogus... this is what it looks like now. This plane is NOT EVEN THE MODEL OF AIRCRAFT THAT WILL BE OPERATED BY PACIFIC ROYALE.



Yet the newspaper article above says very clearly that the airline will be flying Boeing 737s and Fokker 50s.  Neither of which looks like that. Here's what a Fokker 50 looks like:


And in case you've forgotten, here's what a 737 looks like:


Yet more proof that Tarun Trikha posts bull**** to enthrall scam victims with false promises and innuendos.

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"Paid Online Survey" has TVI Express spam, NOT survey

After all, it's pretty hard to argue with a generic Wordpress template blog that has no surveys or links to surveys, despite the title, right?

TVI Express Alexa dips below 14000

A few months ago, TVI Express claimed their Alexa rank was up to 5000.

Now it's at 15000 and dropping fast. Only its 3 month average kept it at 12000.

it is, however, quite popular in Russia, but then, we knew Russians have a love for pyramid schemes.


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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Why Would a Chicago Hotel Website have TVI Express Spam?

Why would a website allegedly about hotels in Chicago have a spam video about the "TVI Express Opportunity"? And what does it have to do with "Change is coming to America", a phrase used by President Obama of US?


If you go to Youtube itself to find the video, you'll find that it's posted by a Opp4Wealth on 29-DEC-2009. Which tells you this video is severely out of date and revived by zombie.


In this video, he even used president Obama's words "Change has come to America" to claim that TVI Express will change American income. Just like TVI Express stole Alex Ross's "Obamaman" picture for their "I am TVI" event.


But who is this Opp4Wealth guy any way? Well, his Youtube Channel gives you a big clue:


Apparently he gets a cut if you sign up at Internet casino using his referral code. But who is this Jungllut guy?

If you do Google search, you'll find a guy in Germany who's a very good programmer, but that's not this guy. This spammer Jungblut actually hails from Peru (that's in South America)

Would you trust a guy who's trying to bull**** as your "coach"? What sort of ethics will you pick up from this guy? Granted, Obama is not HIS president, but still, this attempt to borrow credibility is hilarious.
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Monday, January 9, 2012

More Spam Domains: Dream Money keep dreaming folks

When domains are registered just to squat, the owners need to put SOMETHING on them just to get some revenue, and many of them turn to content spam by stealing articles, often went through a rewriter / mangler. Here's another example:


Just look at the random capitalization and you realize this thing went through a rewriter and emerged as jibberish. You don't even really need to read the words. It's like playing mad libs, except those make some sense, where as this makes NO sense at all.

Who owns this spam domain? Some guy in China, who's mainly out to sell domains

Domain ID:D152976574-LROR
Domain Name:DREAMMONEY.ORG
Created On:13-Jun-2008 16:10:53 UTC
Last Updated On:16-Aug-2011 06:08:09 UTC
Expiration Date:13-Jun-2012 16:10:53 UTC
Sponsoring Registrar:GoDaddy.com, Inc. (R91-LROR)
Status:CLIENT DELETE PROHIBITED
Status:CLIENT RENEW PROHIBITED
Status:CLIENT TRANSFER PROHIBITED
Status:CLIENT UPDATE PROHIBITED
Registrant ID:CR38431414
Registrant Name:Yejun Luo
Registrant Street1:No. 104, Tianhe Road
Registrant Street2:
Registrant Street3:
Registrant City:Guangzhou
Registrant State/Province:
Registrant Postal Code:510000
Registrant Country:CN
Registrant Phone:+86.13316112993
Registrant Phone Ext.:
Registrant FAX:
Registrant FAX Ext.:
Registrant Email:
Sales@namelinker.com, eh?

Namelinker.com itself is a parked website. It's registered to some "Julian Mah" in Winnipeg, Canada.

None of who has a link to TVI Express, so it's clear they are out to spam the net.
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Sunday, January 8, 2012

TVI Express Spam became Generic Spam, published more spam

TVI Express website became spamticle site, kept domain info private, pulled other spam as content. So you have triple spam!


This app is keyword spammed, and Mr. Sousa is well known in this blog as a TVI Spammer, and here's a bit more proof.  However, as I noted earlier, Mr. Sousa had already moved on to Club Seabreeze, a TVI Express clone. This, this spam is zombie spam.

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Friday, January 6, 2012

TVI Express in Atlanta Georgia, where TVI Express is illegal? Hah!

Some website called Network Marketing in Atlanta is advertising TVI Express:


Clearly, they never heard about the cease and desist order:

(for more TVI Express genuine news articles, not spun ****, click here )

So who is the moron that published this ****? Turns out, he's not in Georgia at all:

Registrar: FastDomain Inc.
Provider Name....: Netfirms, Inc.
Provider Whois...: whois.fastdomain.com
Provider Homepage: http://www.netfirms.com/

Domain Name: NETWORKMARKETINGATLANTA.COM

   Created on..............: 2011-06-09 20:55:31 GMT
   Expires on..............: 2012-06-09 20:55:31 GMT
   Last modified on........: 2011-06-11 21:38:41 GMT

Registrant Info: (FAST-15794628)
   Eze, Inc.
   Sterling Couch
   PO Box 65486
   Port Ludlow, Washington 98365
   United States

   Phone: +1.3604371344
   Fax..:
   Email: 
   Last modified: 2011-06-09 20:55:31 GMT


However, this makes no sense, as search for Sterling Couch at Port Ludlow Washington (and that phone number) revealed that this guy is a CPA. I thought CPA had more sense than promoting a scam?

It's more likely that this CPA somehow got his name attached to this domain which was then used for spam. I doubt the CPA even heard of TVI Express.

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