All of the entities referenced on this page advertised in
and/or "sent" me and/or my clients spam
(i.e., "unsolicited commercial email"), meaning they did not have direct consent
as defined by California Bus. & Prof. Code ง 17529.1(d).
cases, the entities listed below are the actual senders. In some cases,
the entities below are "spamvertisers" they advertise in spam sent by contracted third party
agents. A few of them are spam networks, who sign up as affiliates of
the advertisers and then further outsource the actual sending to their own third
party agents. And a few are contracted email senders, but if the emails
originate from their servers and the clickthrough links point to their servers,
then they're advertising in the spams too.
I use the term
on my website not to mean A is a CEO, President, Vice President,
Secretary, Director, etc. of B. Rather, as discussed on the
Spam and the Law
page, I use the term
in the context of agent-principal liability, which says that the
principal is liable for the [unlawful] actions of the agent. In the world
could mean either that A
hired B to spam on its behalf, or A operates an affiliate program and
allowed B to sign up by click-click-clicking through a web-based form agreement.
It doesnt really matter which; liability still flows
from agent to principal.
Spire Vision LLC et al
There are lots of companies (and what appear to be unregistered fictitious business names) in
the "Spire Vision" family, and we're not quite sure yet which ones are fully
responsible, because they play games like registering domain names to one
Spire Vision companies include (but aren't limited to): Spire Vision LLC, Digital Publishing Corporation,
Juniper Marketing LLC, MediActivate LLC, On Demand Research LLC, Prime
Advertisers LLC, Serve Clicks LLC, Spire Vision Holdings Inc., Ward Media Inc.,
and XL Marketing Corp. Spire Vision sends spams from multiple domain
names, perhaps to bypass spam filters, and the domain names are
registered to "Achieve Opportunities," "AgreeWizard," "FurturesDrive" [sic], "JunctionLights,"
"Opportunity Central," "Paths Direct," "PullSmart," and "YourAdsHere," claiming
addresses at boxes at branches of The UPS Store in states in which Spire Vision
has no other physical presence, and Spire Vision doesn't register those entities
as companies or FBNs in those states.
My client Christopher Wagner received numerous Spire Vision spams... sometimes
Spire Vision is the advertiser, sometimes as the sender, sometimes as a
"middleman," and sometimes as all three.
Spire Vision improperly removed to federal court, and we got it remanded back to
Sonoma County where it belongs.
Other companies involved with Spire Vision's spamming include:
Accelerize New Media Inc.
of Newport Beach, CA dba cktrk.net
Insite Marketing Group LLC
of Reno or Carson City, NV dba automotivefinancial.com
Zulu Marketing LLC
of Orem, UT dba online-home-careers.com
dba CoregMedia.com and USAProductsOnline.com
Trancos claims to be an advertising network... but they're also a direct
spammer too. Eight spams in 2007, from eight nonsensical different domain
names, all of which were privately registered. False statements in the
body of the spam too, like that I signed up from a particular IP address in
Indiana. I was in Los Angeles on the supposed date of opt-in, and I have a
declaration from the California Attorney General to prove it. Seven of the
eight From Names "Paid Survey," "Your Business," etc. were generic and did
not identify the advertiser/sender.
The body of the spams only identify the sender as USAProductsOnline.com, which
of course is privately registered too, and an address that turns out to be a
branch of The UPS Store in Los Angeles. I subpoenaed The UPS Store, and
learned that the box was rented to a Lewis J. Wright Jr., claiming an address
that, after further research, I identified as Trancos' Pacific Palisades
location. Oh yeah, Trancos also willfully failed to register
USAProductsOnline.com as a fictitious business name, as required by Bus. & Prof.
Code ง 17910. How do I know it was knowingly? Because "Trancos dba
Adfish" sued one of its own advertisers, and the complaint says that Trancos has
complied with all applicable laws re: fictitious business names, and it actually
registered Adfish as an FBN a month before it started spamming me using
the USAProductsOnline.com pseudonym.
I sued in 2008. The case went to trial on October 13, 2009. On
March 10, 2010, the Court issued a
Final Judgment and Statement of Decision in my favor as to the spam cause of
action, but against me as to the CLRA. (Note: This document is hosted
on an external website.) To
the best of my knowledge, this is the first time that a case has actually gone
to trial under Bus. & Prof. Code ง 17529.5, other than small claims court.
Read the press release
Defendants filed an appeal on the spam cause of action, and I filed a
cross-appeal on the CLRA cause of action.
On February 24, 2012, the Court of
Appeal issued a published Order affirming the trial court in all respects: I win
on the anti-spam cause of action, and I don't have standing on the CLRA cause of
action. Trancos also owes me $82K in attorneys' fees on a $7K judgment,
and it would have been a lot more than that except that I did a lot of the work
on the case myself and couldn't bill for it. Read the
Court of Appeal's Ruling. (Note: This document is hosted on an
website.) It's worth noting that Trancos could have settled this
matter confidentially four years ago for a couple thousand bucks.
Trancos petitioned Cal. App. for a rehearing, which was denied.
Trancos petitioned the California Supreme Court for review (claiming that their
right to send unlawful spam is an important issue, and falsely claiming that
there was a split between the appellate districts on the preemption question),
and the Supremes denied it.
Trancos then petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court for review, and SCOTUS denied it.
Trancos petitioned for a rehearing, and SCOTUS denied it again. Therefore, this case
as "good" case law... generic from names are unlawful, domain names registered
so as to not be readily traceable (including proxy-registration) are unlawful,
the exception to preemption is based on falsity not fraud, and "direct consent"
means exactly what it says it means... no "transferring" consent from one
spammer to another.
Moniker Privacy Services LLC and Oversee.net
Four plaintiffs, including me, sued Moniker because Moniker was the legal
owner of porn/fake "adult dating" websites at the time we received the spams.
Read the complaint here.
Numerous sources, including ICANN, WIPO, several courts, several registrars, and
Moniker itself state that a proxy registration service is the legal owner of
proxy-registered domain names. Moniker can cross-complain if it wants to
against its licensee, but my clients and I maintain that that doesn't change the fact that
Moniker is the legal owner/registrant of the domain names
and liable. The matter settled on terms acceptable to all parties.
TropicInks LLC, Datastream Group Inc., and
Scroll down to 2005,
and you'll see a lawsuit against DSG Direct Inc., Your-Info Inc. et al.
The Court entered
judgment in my favor in
2008. I seized 1% of the judgment by levying on AmEx payments to DSG
Direct. Two months later, Leigh-Ann Colquhoun the sole corporate officer
of DSG Direct and Your-Info caused the companies to dissolve. Two weeks
later, Colquhoun starts up TropicInks LLC... operating the same websites from
the same physical address, and she is one of but two officers. Datastream
Group Inc. is the legal owner of the websites. I filed a motion to amend
the judgment based on alter ego, successor, and corporate officer theories of
liability, but the court denied my motion with no explanation whatsoever, and
without ruling on my objections.
So, I filed an appeal. Read my
Appellant's Opening Brief.
And read the concurrently-filed
Request for Judicial
Notice. In Respondents' Opposition to my Motion to Amend Judgment,
Colquhoun declares (in an untimely filed & served
that was also undated and not signed under penalty of perjury under the laws of
the State of California) that "Datastream is not an e-commerce company like DSG
Direct and TropicInks" but just an "Internet services company" (whatever that
means). What's interesting is, in 2008 the Michigan Attorney General sued
DSG Direct or Your-Info and in the Consent Judgment, Datastream admitted
that it sent/caused spams to be sent, and
had the ability to control the spams... which discredits and undermines their
claim to my trial court. Also, Datastream's Articles of Incorporation
state that it was created for "Internet Marketing" which is broader
than just providing domain name management services.
Respondents' Opening Brief. Note the utter failure to address the
Michigan case, the fact that the supposed key employee was never named as an
officer, the irrelevant discussion of Florida law, glossing over successor
liability (a separate theory from alter ego liability), and the
several-page-long digression into the "stages of grief"
sympathy ploy that has no legal merit.
Also, referencing Eric Reinertsen as an officer (not that he was ever named on
corporate filings either) isn't exactly helpful he's been identified by
several sources as one of the top spammers in the world. Also blatantly
false claims that DSG Direct and Your-Info's last corporate filings were in
2005. Nope, 2007.
Appellant's Reply Brief and
Second Request for
Judicial Notice... addressing the above-referenced (and more!) problems with
Respondents' Opening Brief.
On June 14, 2010, the Court of Appeal
partially reversed the Superior Court in my favor, adding TropicInks LLC to the
judgment as successor, but holding that I didn't have enough evidence to
establish liability as to Datastream Group as alter-ego or Colquhoun personally
as alter-ego or corporate officer at that time. Read the (unpublished)
In post-judgment discovery, to which none of the current or potential defendants
responded, the Court entered issue sanctions and made findings
of fact that will support liability for various other companies and individuals.
After I filed a Motion to Amend the Judgment, that finally got their attention,
and the matter settled before that Motion was heard.
Ms. Greiner created a fake business name ("Madd
Roi LLC") and used multiple domain names all of which were registered to
fake people, business, and addresses to send her spam. But I tracked her
down and got her served. Read the
(slightly redacted) Verified Complaint. Read the
Ms. Greiner created a fake business name ("Madd
Roi LLC") and used multiple domain names all of which were registered to fake
people, business, and addresses to send her
spam. But I tracked her down and got her served. Click here to read
Inc. and SLM Corporation
I had a dispute with Sallie Mae
read the First Amended
Complaint but the matter has
been settled and dismissed.
Startup Consultants LLC et al
Darren Cleveland is the registered agent and principal officer of Startup Consultants
LLC (also dba TheAdDoctors.com) and RDC Consulting Inc. Gregoire
Gasparini was his partner. My complaint alleged that they sent me spams from multiple
domain names that they had registered in the name of a nonexistent entity, "IRL Technet Ltd.," at an address that turned
out to be an Irish Pub. (My letter to that address was returned undeliverable.)
The letter I sent to the P.O. Box that appears in
the body of the spams was returned unclaimed. Cleveland et al did a
fairly good job of hiding themselves, but I sent the sourcecode/clickthrus to several of the
advertisers featured in the spams, and the advertisers identified
Cleveland/Startup Consultants as the source. Click
Read the Complaint.
I settled with and dismissed Cleveland, Gasparini,
Startup Consultants LLC, and RDC Consulting Inc... no admission of liability by
any of them. Cleveland claims that "IRL Technet Ltd.,"
owned by "Ivan Lightbourne,"
is a separate
entity supposedly located in the Bahamas. I have no information at this
time to confirm or deny that, but it doesn't change the fact that three
advertisers independently identified Cleveland/Startup Consultants... not IRL
No settlement with TravelFleaMarket.com Inc.
(owned by Robert Phillips of Oceanside,
NY) another named defendant who, with these spams, violated a previous consent decree not to
send me unlawful spam.
Default judgment entered for $15K).
DSG Direct et al.
DSG Direct Inc. of Bonita Springs, FL appears to
have been created from the old Evo Clix Inc. and Your-Info Inc., both also
big shock there. I unsubscribed five times from
Evo Clix, back when I naively thought that might actually work to stop the
spam. (To be precise, I unsubscribed via email, weblink, and certified
letters to Evo Clix and its registered agent.)
Judgment entered for Plaintiff in 2008. I seized 1% of the
judgment by levying on AmEx payments, and then the companies shut down. I
filed a motion to amend the judgment in 2009, but lost. And then I filed
an appeal. See TropicInks, above.
TLM Enterprises Group
This "resume spammer" is off the charts in terms of deceptive means of
evading spam filters. At the time of filing, there were 65 spams...
sent from 26 unique domain names, 37 unique email addresses, 20 unique IP
addresses indicating origination in 8 different states, and 11 different
ISPs. A few more spams since filing too. Various other types of
falsity in the email bodies, and most don't include a physical mailing
address as required by CAN-SPAM either. Defendants ignored several
letters, so we're in court.
Judgment entered for Plaintiff.
to read the complaint as filed. Settled this one.
Glen Hannifin and Usavedepot
My attorneys got involved in this Superior Court case. Hannifin denies all liability but
he never filed any papers with
the Court. Not one. Even after the Sheriff showed up at his door
with an original, and then an amended complaint. Default judgment of $18,000 in March, 2004. But Hannifin
actually has far more serious problems than my judgment;
Microsoft sued him for $7.4 million.
Prospect Data Corp. and Permission Communications
This was another Superior Court
out-of-court in March 2003. No more spam since the settlement.
Toplander Corp. and YesMail (IL)
This was my first attempt at writing a complaint for Superior Court.
It wasn't particularly well-written, but the spammers in Illinois didn't
want to litigate in California, so we settled out-of-court in October
2002. No more spam since the settlement.
Unknown Spammer dba "Jambo
This spammer sent dozens of spams from dozens of domain names, all of which were
falsely registered. NameCheap.com is the reseller for the registrar
Enom.com. NameCheap finally, after threats of legal action, removed the
Whoisguard privacy protection, but that's not quite the same thing as
identifying its licensee (the actual spammer), which it is required to do
pursuant to the
ICANN-Registrar Accreditation Agreement, paragraph 184.108.40.206, otherwise it
accepts all liability. So, it looks like NameCheap will be sued, along
with "Jambo Jack" as a Doe defendant, and all of the advertisers:
NameCheap.com, hiding its
real address via a box at The UPS Store in Westchester, CA, and its rude owner
Corporation dba SurveyRewardsCenter.com of Boca Raton, FL and its
owner, Warren Rustin
ConsumerBargainGiveaways LLC dba
OpinionResearchPanel.com of Evanston, Illinois and its principal
Find Your Customers Inc. dba
Secure-Cash.net of Austin, TX and Carlsbad, CA
Focus Interactive Inc. dba
Iwon.com of White Plans, NY
Global Travel International Inc.
dba GlobalTravel.com of Maitland, FL
Insweb Corp. and Insweb Insurance
Services Inc. dba Insweb.com of Gold River, CA
TrueBeginnings LLC dba
True.com of Irving, TX
of Burlington, VT
I filed two lawsuits against this spammer, which
shall not be named here. The spammer tried to hide its identity by registering its domain names with private WhoIs
services - which is itself a violation of federal law, 18 USC ง 1037(a)(4), but I got 'em.
Some of thispam,
123td.com LLC dba Pronto Mortgage Express
of Westminster, CA
Achieve Wellness LLC
of Atlanta, GA
Direct LLC of Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Alliance Acquisitions Associates
Inc. of Marietta, GA
America's Who's Who Registries of
Outstanding Professionals LLC (also dba Prestige Who's Who Registries) of Patchogue, NY
American Medical Services / American Health Services of
ASH Books and Sean C.
Hanzelik of Harrison, TN
Enterprises Inc. of New York, NY and Booth
International LLC of Spring Valley, NY
Cash Cow Enterprises LLC
of Mauldin, SC
Certified Auto Alliance of
Fremont, CA and Michael Burkey
Colorado Baking Company Inc.
of West Chicago, IL - Default Judgment Entered
of Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Emergency Internet Solutions
of Houston, TX
E.T. Communications of
Famous Idols Inc. of Ft.
Financial Debt Solutions LLC of Clearwater, FL
Icon Inc. dba InStyleSwimwear.com of Richboro, PA
Gyrocom Inc. of West Palm
Hold-It Systems Ltd of
Intelligent Resources Corp.,
Intelligent Resources Consulting and Bruce J. Frisch of Santa Cruz, CA
Lead Capture Pros Inc. of
Lesko Enterprises Inc. of
Liquidity International Inc. dba Global Gold of Carrollton, TX
Livingstone Corporation of Wheaton, IL
Marblestone Funding Inc.
of Fremont, CA
- Default Judgment Entered
Charles C. McGowen
dba LifeSpaceMatters.com of Lighthouse Point, FL
- Default Judgment Entered
Melaleuca Inc. of Idaho
Falls, ID and Jack Burney of Georgetown, TX
MyLostPet.net of Berlin,
National Communications Group LLC of Weston, FL
Charles O. Nwarueze dba FleetPrize.com and Benchmark
Mortgage Capital of Fontana, CA
Personal Tax Services Inc. dba RedTaxFrog.com of Calhoun, GA
Puig Development Corporation /
Venetia Country Club of Largo, FL
- Default Judgment Entered
International LTD of Wheeling, IL
Resorts Unlimited Inc. of
North Salt Lake, UT and Perforum Marketing of Orem,
Riptopia Inc. of
Gideon LLC of Des Moines, IA
"Savvy Investor"/"Stock Wire" of
Santa Monica, CA
Secure Call Management Inc.
of Los Angeles, CA
- Default Judgment Entered
Sheridan Distributing Inc. dba
fitandfiddle.com of Williamsville, NY
International LLC dba Nextou.com of Columbia, SC
Tamara Dorris dba MillionDollarAgent.org of
Tiferet Journal and
Baier Stein Direct of Peapack, NJ and
Miriam's Well Inc. of Saugerties, NY
Vision Marketing dba
TheMoneyDoctorSystem.com of Orange, Florida and
Anthony Lee dba alcashplus.com, an individual in Kinston, NC
WM Inc. of Los Angeles, CA
3B Software Inc. dba dtv4pc.net
of Arlington, TX
8th Floor Interactive LLC dba
NewOffersClub.com of Lewis, DE
All Web Leads Inc. dba
MyInsuranceQuoteFinder.com and Vision-Insurance.org of
Daniel L. Allen dba
ClickVerse.com of North Hollywood, CA
Advance Corp. dba "Mt. Courtney
Financial" and "Monde Financial"
of Wyoming, DE, Visions
Marketing Network LLC
of Palm Beach Gardens, FL
and its California spamming services, Uptilt Inc. (dba
EmailLabs) of Menlo Park, CA and Excedior Inc. (dba ResultsMail)
of Santa Ana, CA
of Chico, CA
Axis Interactive Media Inc. of Hollywood, FL... also claiming
addresses in Hialeah and Loxahatchee, FL
Badass Ventures Inc. dba
TheTaoOfBadass.com of San Carlos, CA
"Judge" Doug Bench dba The
Brain Training Academy and BrainApples.com of McIntosh, FL.
Some sort of "improve your brain" thing. But before you buy in
because a "Judge" must be intelligent and trustworthy, consider that
Doug Bench is NOT a judge; in fact, he is not even a lawyer. Bench
was disbarred in Ohio in 1994 for felony grand theft, felony forgery,
moral turpitude, intentionally damaging clients, knowingly using false
evidence and making false statements, misappropriating client funds,
Dayton Bar Association v. Bench, 71 Ohio St. 3d 202 (Ohio 1994).
Bisk Education Inc. dba
FloridaTechOnline.com of Tampa, FL
Blastoff Communications LLC dba
BlastoffNetwork.com of Plano, TX
of San Diego, CA (part of Digital River
of Eden Prairie, MN), who sent a spam under the direction of Keith Glantz dba InsidersPicks.net
of Las Vegas, NV and The Insiders Group Inc. of Dundalk,
Bosley Inc., Bosley Medical
Group, Bosley Medical Institute, and/or Bosley Hair Restoration
of Beverly Hills, CA
Capsoft Inc. dba MyCapsoft.com
of Houston, TX
(retailer of "ErrorSmart" software)
Caribbean Cruise Line dba
caribbeancl.com of Pompano Beach, FL and John Damico dba got2getaway2010.com
of Osteen, FL
CheckPeople LLC of
Palo Alto, CA
Clickspeed Marketing Inc. dba
emergencybucks.com of Overland Park, KS
Complete Web Services Inc. dba
WebHostingPad.com dba TheRevilo.com of Rolling Meadows IL (a
domain registrar advertising its own registration services)
Contact Media Group LLC dba
NationalMatrix.com of Rawlings, WY
Debt to Wealth LLC (formerly
Cummata Debt to Wealth LLC) of Cheyenne, WY
DP Enterprises Inc. dba
DishPronto.com of New York, NY
supposedly in New
Zealand and Canada. Principals include:
Achieve Financial Security LLC
of Jacksonville, FL
DentalPlans.com of Dania, FL
Envoy Media Group Inc. dba
DebtReliefCenter.org of Tarzana, CA... which claims in its
media policy that it does its own internal marketing and doesn't use
affiliates... a complete falsehood.
of Simi Valley, CA
E-Track Media Corporation and Chris Mahle of Boca Raton, FL.
Granite Investment Group LLC of Bedford, TX
HDVE LLC dba True.com of
Way Beyond Communications LLC of Boca
Evan-Allen Services and Rob
of Concord, CA... spamming to email addresses scraped from the Bar
Association of San Francisco website.
EverFocus Electronics Corp.
of Duarte, CA
FreeCollegeScholarships.net of San Francisco, CA
Geary Group and Geary
Interactive dba CollegeUSA.org of San Diego and San
Gilbert Consulting Services
Inc. of Arroyo Grande, CA
Ryan Gillies of
of Debary, FL
Roger Hoover dba
17FoodsThatHeal.com of Kirbyville, MO
Eric Lee of Mountain
View, CA, who sent a phishing spam pretending to be American Airlines
Lighthouse Christian Channel
Inc. dba couponfor.org of Laguna Niguel, CA, and since its corporate status has
been suspended, its President Caesar Elmi too
LimosBusesJets.com LLC and
Leonard Okoth of Mays Landing, NJ
Liquid Marketing Inc. and
Jungle Inc. of Boca Raton, FL
Liquid Ventures LLC dba
Hookup.com of Boulder, CO
LiveOps Inc. dba
TryThirtySecondSmile.com of Santa Clara, CA, and its
nonexistent partner falsely claiming to be "Keniks LLC"
Lockerz LLC dba lockerz.com,
a Delaware limited liability company
Chris Luckie dba Itechfeed.com
of Ravenna, OH
Macronet International LLC
of Buffalo, WY. Ironically, the spams I received advertised
Macronet's software to send email to opt-in addresses.
Magic Marketing Group LLC of Carson City, NV
Mari Media Inc. and
of Hialeah, FL
Tony Mathews dba ISG
Handicappers and Insiders Sports Group of Las Vegas, NV
Memolink, Inc. of Lakewood, CO and David Asseoff (note, Asseoff is also
behind Trifecta Inc., who I already sued)
MikeFilsaime.com Inc. dba
MyViralAds.com of Ronkonkoma, NY
NameCheap Inc. dba
funtimeadlt.com of Westchester, CA
OperationalSystemsHome.com, etc. of
New York, NY
Neohire.com of Santa
The NPD Group Inc. dba
npdor.com of Port Washington, NY
Pivot Networks dba
PivotNetworks.com of Austin, TX
Christopher Post of
Setauket, NY, who sent spams from Gmail, linking to domain names watchsunsets.info
and intriguedlove.com, both of which were
registered to a fake name/address, but the ad network through which he
sent the spams gave him up.
Premier Care in Bathing dba
PremierCareBathing.com of South Daytona, FL
Rapid Funds (a division of
Modesco LLC) dba RapidFunds.com and Jim Pacelli of Cumming,
Rapid Response Marketing dba x7.com
of Las Vegas, NV and its advertisers:
BullsEye Media Inc. dba
ThePrizeCenter.com of Harrisburg, PA
of Lillian, AL
SmartNet Development LLC dba
of St. George, UT
and Cindy Dalton of Colton,
CA which is a complete scam anyway, according to the
L.A. County Better Business Bureau
RelationServe Media Inc. dba "Telespace"
of Fort Lauderdale, FL and its principals:
K2 Marketing Group Inc. of Pasadena, CA
Remedy Media LLC
dba MediaGroup of Irvine, CA and The Data Market Place Corp.
and Peter Roccisano (doing business as
Professional Internet Marketing Solutions
of Weston, FL. Principals include:
Sciences Inc. dba GNS
of Arvada, CO
Memolink Inc. of Lakewood, CO and David Asseoff
(note, Asseoff is also
behind Trifecta Inc., who I already sued)
The New York Times Company
of New York, NY
Rochelle Gordon, purported psychic, of Milford, CT
RightInsurance.org (not a real company) of Laguna Beach, CA, owned by
Jim Hobbs of Denver, CO
Rockstar Marketing Inc. dba
TodaysPicks.net of Orlando, FL
and Richard Simnett of Boca
Raton, FL. Principals include:
26RedMarketing LLC of
Eleventh Street Ventures Inc.
and Jason Phillips dba Trade-In-Value.com
of Newport Beach, CA
ESI One LLC of Las Vegas,
NV and ESI Management LLC of Sandy, UT
Rick Saling dba AdventSearch.com
SLJ Group Inc. dba
Universal Star Council of Lake Forest, IL
Small Cap Investor of Delray Beach, FL
Social Concepts Inc. and/or its
subsidiary Fubar Inc. dba Fubar.com of Redwood City, CA.
(One client has a small claims judgment in his favor.)
Stress-Free Technologies LLC
dba LowStressIncome.com of Queen City, AZ
"Suvrath LLC" dba
50states-auto-warranty.info and paydayloancare.info of Santa
Clarita, California no such company (and a separate violation of B&P
Code ง 17910.5(b) to claim you're an LLC when you're not), so liability
on Deebo Manning and Vishal Shah personally
Greg Thompson dba
Coach-Thompsons-International-Club.com of Willoughby, OH
Daniel Todd dba
LawFirmSites.com of American Fork, UT
Various Inc. dba Horny-Hookups.net
of Sunnyvale, CA,
and its affiliate Sharon K. Gray, acting
through various companies 3V Connections LLC,
Heart Multimedia LLC, Javelin Direct Marketing LLC, King Plus Solutions
LLC, Pink Reef Media LLC, and Uphill Revenue LLC.
Walla Media, a dba
of Revenue Media Empire Inc. of Santa Monica, CA
Bill Warren of Lake Balboa, CA
dba AListCoverage.com and CarWarrantyNow.com, and
AKMG, an ad network in El
Wayne Jackson Enterprises LLC dba OcalaSuccess.net of Ocala,
Wellpoint Inc. dba Anthem Blue
Cross of California
of Indianapolis, IN and
Blue Cross and Blue
Shield Association of Chicago, IL
What If Holdings LLC dba
of Tenafly, NJ
Woodcrest College of
Woodcrest, CA and Monterey Polytechnic
Monterey, CA, the registrant of the domain name WoodcrestCollege.org.
Woodcrest College sent spams to three of my email addresses, indicating
that they're spamming to a suppression list. But, "Woodcrest
College" is a total scam to begin with. The entire "degree based
on life experience" a joke the "exam" is sub-SAT verbal questions.
More seriously, the address claimed on the
17457 Van Buren Blvd. in Woodcrest, CA
exist. I know because I personally did a drive-by on July 8, 2010.
Who Shall Not Be Named. Principals include:
Buena Vista Catalog Co. and
Disney Enterprises Inc. dba DisneyMovieClub.com
of Burbank, CA
Corinthian Colleges Inc.
of Santa Ana, CA
DoubleDay Entertainment dba
Book-of-the-Month Club and OneSpirit.com
of Garden City, NY
Eleventh Street Ventures Inc. dba
of Newport Beach, CA
Internet Cash Advance Marketing Inc. dba
PayDayAngels.com and FirstLibertyCash.com
of Vancouver, BC Canada
Ultima Patch LLC
Watermark Media Group Inc. dba
of Owings Mills, MD
I am represented
by Timothy Walton, a California attorney (in Aptos) with
extensive experience in the spam and
technology areas, who shares my passion for fighting spam.