Last updated on November 22nd, 2015
Google Alerts are a neat way to keep track of stuff that interests you. I use it to follow web appearances of the band from my earlier life called Crawling Chaos. Quite often, it’ll pull up web references to pilfering of our copyright material, but that’s the way of the world now.
Anyway, here’s such a reference (n.b. all my thumbnail images blow up to full size with the dinky green arrow at the bottom – you’ll see!). It’s on filestube.com and refers to a pair of files on Rapidshare (Ironically, you can pay $1.99 to get a premium account to deliver stolen goods for yourself!). Pay particular note to the advert at the right side of the screen dump!
Jake’s Hollywood Workout
Clicking the advert takes you to this web address:
…which is Jake’s Hollywood Workout. It’s actually a male-focussed advert related to the female-oriented websites I mentioned here. It has the now-usual “as featured on ABC, CNN” etc with exaggerated claims about acai cleansing with stock photos to “prove” it! A full screen-dump of this dump website is at the left.
…mmmmMMMM. Nice pecks!
In a nutshell, Jake’s site is a vehicle to deliver two advert links from incentaclick.com to two sites, one for acai rubbish and the other for colon-cleansing.
It’s interesting to note that both these webpages are different to those at the web domain root, i.e. https://www.effectivecleanse.com & https://www.acaiberryexclusive.com/index.php?fastid=e6u9c6kob5o602pl2cutuviho1
EffectiveCleanse.com we’ve seen previously here, https://strangelyperfect.tv/6568/dangerous-effectivecleanse-and-scams-too/ At that time, the contact address was:
LB LFP Internet Ltd.,
Now however, it’s moved down the road to an old familiar postcode:
LB Envision Net Worldwide Ltd.
DH8 0LH Blackhill, UK
This postcode has appeared previously as a home to DazzleSmileWhitePro or whatever they’re called these days, amongst other junk. And please…. Turn off the awful video ASAP. The cringeworthy obsequiousness and ‘informercial’ chat is really dire. Your own sanity comes first. Trust me!
The “Risk-Free” trial does of course have several disclaimers, just in case there is any risk!!
It also has the most interesting graphic promotional picture I’ve yet seen. That’s it at above left! This image is served from pucukoio.com whose WHOIS puts them in CT Media networks in Rio De Janeiro.
AcaiBerryExclusive is hardly exclusive either. It’s images are served by uamaftdw.com whose WHOIS also puts them in CT Media networks in Rio De Janeiro!!! It’s also contactable via the same address as LB Envision Net Worldwide Ltd. DH8 0LH Blackhill, UK.!!
Check out the full screen-dump please! It truly is a work of fiction of the highest order. It deserves the Booker Prize – no really! Just check it through and consider what it all means….
For instance, it says that it’s 100% Natural Acai Berry and has the fat-burning power of Green Tea….. (so why not just drink tea? der…). There is more, but check the bit about the Hollywood celebs which is a graphic, not text…and is a hoot.
The point is that these products are NOT risk-free, and actually, they ARE a bit of a trial. Just like before, the addresses and phone contacts are confusing and the email contact does not work!!! It’s exactly the same snake-oil rubbish as being peddled to women in the previous ads.
Why so many companies and addresses. Why? Why? Why?
Because it’s a con, that’s why. Here are a few dissatisfied customers below. Add in the folks who’ve complained about the original women-targeted products and it’s even more of a con.
- http://acaiberrysite.com/beware-of-free-trial-offers-for-acai/ (contains a HUGE list of websites all conning and scamming to high heaven)
- http://droit-finances.commentcamarche.net/forum/affich-4495058-baie-d-acai-lifecleanse-resveratrol (French website, same old complaints!)
- https://www.killphishing.com/MegaScam.htm (Hyper-investigative website. Look and learn!)