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This website page at www.online-career-journal.com has been verified as a scam and fraudulent website and the consumer has been warned. based on your security preferences.

Within minutes, our monitoring team has verified the scam, and fraudulent, added it to the ScamFound database. Updates to the database are rapidly distributed to everyday. The fact that this is a scam may seem obvious but there are lots of variations .... Per your request, we have verified all the details of this transaction. We knew that in order to fully realize the potential of the social web, there must be a way to “verify” objective information. However, I have seen sites verified by this company and turn scam. Don't let the "verified" part convince you that you are not dealing with a scam website

Web forgeries are designed to trick you into revealing personal or financial information by imitating sources you may trust.

Entering any information on this web page may result in identity theft or other fraud. Reported Web Forgery!

Scam are not always the actions of some anonymous bad guy.

scamfound.org Has identifies fraudulent websites and makes this data available to the public service. We discourage any form of communication with these websites. If you chose to communicate with them you do so at your own risk.

The publicly available whois information listed in the scamfound.org database was accurate on the date that the website information was entered into the scamfound.org database.

All data is provided for your personal information only. scamfound.org and its members shall not be liable for any errors in the database or for any actions taken in reliance thereon.

Victims never receive this non-existent fortune but are tricked into sending their money to the criminals, who remain anonymous. They hide their real identity and location by using fake names and fake postal addresses as well as communicating via anonymous free email accounts and mobile phones.

Keep in mind that scammers DO NOT use their real names when defrauding people. The criminals either abuse names of real people or companies or invent names or addresses. Any real people or companies mentioned below have NO CONNECTION to the scammers!

An enormous scheme is currently underway by a very sophisticated mafia organization to gain criminal access to tens of millions of consumer credit card numbers throughout the United States and Canada, which also infects Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand and many other countries. More than a billion dollars have been robbed from consumers so far. This scam involves literally hundreds of nearly identical fake "news station" websites used as fronts to con victims into believing they're reading a legitimate news story from a television station or newspaper in another city. The reason for fronting as a news station is to gain the immediate trust of victims to seduce them into believing the miraculous product claims being published within these fake news stories so they will desire the same for themselves- so they click through without hesitation to the sites of the companies and products being reported within the story. Another important motive in fronting as a news station is that victims can be made to feel ignorant and responsible by having missed the bogus "terms and conditions" at the bottom of the fake news web page before they clicked through to the "actual" sites to order their "free trial" products.

These fraudulent news sites exist on domain names disguised to be accepted as news sites- complete with fake testimonials, fake weather reports, fake ads, fake user comments, fake success stories, pirated video clips from major news providers, pirated trademarks and logos owned by major news suppliers and anything else needed to trick viewers into believing that the story is true, including actual headline feeds from national news suppliers.

Each victim begins their navigational drop off a cliff while visiting the websites of all major news providers including FOX, AOL, MSNBC, CNN, CBS, USA Today, ABC, the New York Post, New York Daily News, TIME, The Weather Channel, WSJ, Forbes and many others. Most of the “Sponsored Links” appearing throughout each of these major news sites have been carefully worded to portray authentic news stories from associated providers in order to engage the curiosity of unsuspecting victims and virtually guarantee a click-through to one of these countless URLs that contain the fraudulent “news” stories.

Victims are then presented with an offer they can's refuse- to spend a single dollar for shipping to receive the free product - as long as they cancel within two weeks. Carefully buried within the terms and conditions hidden on the fake "news" web page, the scammer tells that the buyer will be automatically enrolled in other product or service offers having large fees. Moreover, the two weeks in which the buyer must cancel actually begins the moment the order is placed, even if the product has not yet arrived. At the bottom of this page are some press releases from the (Attorney General)s of Arizona, Texas, Florida and Illinois who have gone after some of the scammers.

The scam uses hundreds of different domain names and aliases to promote a small handful of bogus products, allowing them to remain fluid and transient. When one alias or domain name becomes well-known as a fraud or gets investigated, they shut it down and continue on with all of the remaining aliases and domain names.

The above evidence clearly demonstrates that the online-career-journal.com website is a fraudulent website set up with intent to deceive. If you are an abuse team that has received an abuse report regarding these fraudsters, please consider immediate termination of their services in view of the absolutely undeniable evidence of criminal fraud - please don't delay - these criminals will not respond to any communication from you, (all their whois data is usually false), but will simply take advantage of any attempt at communication as a delaying tactic to allow them time to carry on their criminal activity and prepare their next network.

TO GET YOUR MONEY BACK, THIS IS WHAT YOU MUST DO:

Call your bank. Ask to do a chargeback for a few fraudulent transactions. Some call this process a "credit card dispute." They are obligated by law to issue a refund when you tell them fraud has occurred, so do not take "no" for an answer from your credit card issuer. They will put the money back into your account and send you paperwork that you MUST respond to. You will need to explain what happened and send this back on time. End of story. Your bank is required to do this according to Visa and MasterCard policy, so if your bank is small and claims ignorance, keep pressing until you get the chargeback for ALL charges that these people stole from you. IMPORTANT: They will not stop charging you even with a chargeback. Cancel the card that you compromised by supplying it to the crooks, and order a new one. Be more aware next time you get an offer that seems unrealistic. Learn the difference between a true media news report and a fake one, folks.

scamfound.org is being constructed to contain information about what every bank and credit union can do to protect their account holders online by implementing a new Email safety and security system so you can authenticate all incoming Email. This way you never get tricked into opening a fraudulent Email, following a bogus link to a fraudulent copy of a trusted bank's website or typing your username or password onto a fake website. I want to help you to never lose your identity again.

NOTIFY "Scam Found" BY EMAIL

A CLASS-ACTION LAWSUIT is very likely to occur. Be sure to send us an Email if you have been victimized, and let us know which of the above you filed a complaint with. Include a copy of your complaint if possible. Feel free to send your story and images of the garbage products and their packaging that you received so we can post that to this investigation report. If you are an attorney or large law firm interested in working on this case, please write to the address below.

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Where to post if you've been scammed

For starter's, you can forget the BBB - they have no jurisdiction in Russia, Amsterdam, and most of the other places that these companies are registered and therefore will not do anything to help you. It's us against them. So, if you truly want to help other people avoid getting ripped off and in the process destroy these companies' reputations - go to the following websites and describe your experience.

DO THE RIGHT THING-- REPORT THE CRIME TO EACH OF THOSE LISTED BELOW:

Where to post if you've been scammed


Domain Whois Data These are criminal registered domains - the whois details are fake or stolen - personal details may be redacted where necessary

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AboutUs: online-career-journal.com

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Domain name: online-career-journal.com

Registrant Contact:
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Fax:
8939 S. Sepulveda Blvd. #110 - 732
Westchester, CA 90045
US

Administrative Contact:
WhoisGuard
WhoisGuard Protected (4e439c1c1f4a46eebd1c765b6eb1a807.protect@whoisgua rd.com)
+1.6613102107
Fax: +1.6613102107
8939 S. Sepulveda Blvd. #110 - 732
Westchester, CA 90045
US

Technical Contact:
WhoisGuard
WhoisGuard Protected (4e439c1c1f4a46eebd1c765b6eb1a807.protect@whoisgua rd.com)
+1.6613102107
Fax: +1.6613102107
8939 S. Sepulveda Blvd. #110 - 732
Westchester, CA 90045
US

Status: Locked

Name Servers:
ns.isprime.nl
ns2.isprime.nl

Creation date: 21 Apr 2011 16:20:00
Expiration date: 21 Apr 2012 11:20:00


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Registrar: ENOM, INC.
Whois Server: whois.enom.com
Creation Date: 21-APR-2011
Updated Date: 21-APR-2011
Expiration Date: 21-APR-2012

Nameserver: NS.ISPRIME.NL
Nameserver: NS2.ISPRIME.NL

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Domain Name: ONLINE-CAREER-JOURNAL.COM
Registrar: ENOM, INC.
Whois Server: whois.enom.com
Referral URL: eNom - domain name, web site hosting, email, registration
Name Server: NS.ISPRIME.NL
Name Server: NS2.ISPRIME.NL
Status: clientTransferProhibited
Updated Date: 21-apr-2011
Creation Date: 21-apr-2011
Expiration Date: 21-apr-2012

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