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Scam alert - Binarysecret.biz / MillionaireClub / DGI Market / Zulander Hack

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Unscrupulous advertisers on Yahoo! UK keep dishing out scammy ads one after another.


The latest bait:




By clicking on that link I am redirected to Millionaire Club ? Register Now! - a webpage with a vague 1998 look.




There's a video, very similar to the one posted in the Brit Method scam thread, where you are promised riches far beyond your dreams.




By entering some fake details I am redirected to https://www.dgimarket.com, which appears to be based in Bulgaria.




On that page I am greeted by the option of depositing money (I can't do pretty much anything otherwise).

This despite the video saying, amongst other things, "At no time will anybody ask you for any of your hard earned money."


Keep your eyes open!

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Here's their address...

D G I Market, Bulgaria, Sofia 1784, 12 Mihail Tenev St.

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Base URL for link below is still binarysecret.biz, but this one is under the alias 'Zulander Hack'

Zulander Hack - The Proven Money Making System

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Base URL for link below is still binarysecret.biz, but this one is under the alias 'Zulander Hack'

Zulander Hack - The Proven Money Making System

Ha HAAAA hahaha... Classic. Here's a line from their disclaimer...

The Zulander Hack sales video is fictitious and was produced to portray the potential of the Zulander Hack 3rd party signals software. Actors have been used to present this opportunity and it should be viewed for entertainment purposes.

Case closed. Stay away.

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Ha HAAAA hahaha... Classic. Here's a line from their disclaimer...

The Zulander Hack sales video is fictitious and was produced to portray the potential of the Zulander Hack 3rd party signals software. Actors have been used to present this opportunity and it should be viewed for entertainment purposes.

Case closed. Stay away.

Price of this commercial:

1) Lease of Ferrari for a day $500
2) renting a suit $50 dry cleaning $20
3) Cheap grade c actor $75+ Hotdog
4) Camera Man for a day $200 + Hotdog
5) Wordpress template site $49
6) Domain registration and hosting $4

Now we are a vendor.

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Ha HAAAA hahaha... Classic. Here's a line from their disclaimer...

The Zulander Hack sales video is fictitious and was produced to portray the potential of the Zulander Hack 3rd party signals software. Actors have been used to present this opportunity and it should be viewed for entertainment purposes.

Case closed. Stay away.

Yes... scammers such as these tend to put this kind of 'disclaimer' pretty much all the time.

I would be really curious to see how little it matters in a lawsuit

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Yes... scammers such as these tend to put this kind of 'disclaimer' pretty much all the time.

I would be really curious to see how little it matters in a lawsuit

Best bet is the FTC to close them. You can file a complaint on their website.

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Best bet is the FTC to close them. You can file a complaint on their website.

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Thx for the suggestion Mike... but what about jurisdiction? These guys are (apparently) in Bulgaria. Would the FTC have a European reach?

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Thx for the suggestion Mike... but what about jurisdiction? These guys are (apparently) in Bulgaria. Would the FTC have a European reach?

I think they can still seize the domain for example, but not sure

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FTC has no jurisdiction over other countries especially if the target audience is outside the US which tends to be for Binaries.
However, they work with equivalent authorities in these countries and there is a cross cooperation.
I believe that in Bulgaria it's "Commission for Trade and Consumer Protection"
Sadly, I think that many countries do not have the mature legal system which is established here (USA), neither do they have the public resources to fight such ventures. In the end, just use your common sense.

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Update: despite me (and I'm sure many others) reporting this ad to Yahoo! UK, it's still broadcasting on Yahoo's frontpage.

Evidently profits are more important than integrity for some?

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Good point xplorer. I noticed before there were more "sponsored" spam ads on yahoo's pages mixed too deeply with the legit articles. Now with another ceo-turnover it's lessened a bit but they still have some.

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