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Scammer Pete Bragansa dismantles himself in his defense
by Rudolf Faix Tuesday, April 18, 2017 5:23 AM

Peter Bragansa tries to defend himself by writing directly into screenshots from my scammer reports. He forgets by his overwhelming intelligence that he is dismantling himself by doing so, because his arguments can get used against him.

His poor arguments are shown in the picture and the attached .pdf documents.

  1. Argument: this is the customer service manager and not responsible for non payment
    Failure in his argumentation: If the customer service manager Ms. Yenda Liboon would not be responsible for something, then she would not get named at the Better Business Bureau. Ms. Yenda Liboon gets named from the BBB under the caption Business Management from the company All Fix Tech. For this reason she is the same way responsible for the company like Pete Bragansa by himself.

  2. Argument: we had a A rating until the bank stopped working in high risk and no place to process; and thus we could not service or refund customers
    That is nothing else than a put-off. He had not enough funds on the bank for refunding customers. Even the bank has cancelled his account because Pete Bragansa has been the high risk. If it would had been really the case that the bank stopped working with him and he would had have enough funds at his account, he could transfer the funds to another bank for refunding the customers.

  3. Argument: after our bank worked stopped working in high risk, we were left in massive debts, and unlike the banks in 2008, we did not get bailout from the government
    Here Peter Bragansa confirms, that for the bank has been his business a very high risk and there have been no funds on his account, which could get transferred to another bank. For this are not his customers guilty and his customers have still the right to get their money back. Why the government should pay Pete Bragansas debts?

  4. Argument: yes a statement like Chase, Citibank and Bank of America made that they were going to go out of business in 2008 without $10-30 billion in bailout each
    Why Pete Bragansa likes to compare his sham business with the business of a bank. He even did not have any assets, which could made to money. Why the government should bail him out? In such a case everybody would take money from the government and nobody would need to work. But who will pay in such a case any money for the government, what can get distributed to the people? Pete Bragansa is showing with this arguments, that he is no business man and is even not able to think. For this reason he is only showing his milk maid calculation.

  5. Argument: when i was 15, I was a janitor at truckstop. it's a joke.
    With this answer Pete Bragansa shows only that he has no higher education. Anyway the screenshot from his Facebook profile got taken on March 1, 2017:



    Everybody can use the website http://translate.google.com and there he will see that the German word "Hausmeister" gets translated into the English words caretaker or janitor. So Pete Bragansa liked to be 15 years old on March 1, 2017? How he can own a company in this case? Minors are not responsible for their doings. Has he opened All Fix Tech in the age of 11? BBB reports that All Fix Tech is already 4 years in business!

  6. Argument: i went to court and fought off the federal government for 3 months and got 1 year probation. Rudolf would probably break down and cry if they got a speeding ticket. after being Charged with 18 federal felonies, the government offered us to plead guilty to one count: of mislabeling pill bottles. I said ok. the first trial ended in a mistrial.
    If Pete Bragansa is using such arguments for his defense, then he even not understands life. He shows that mislabeling pill bottles is a cavalier offense like getting a speeding ticket. As the judge has shown him already one time his limits, he tries now to earn his life support with other offenses. How someone like Pete Bragansa, who has stopped developing himself in somewhere in the age of a minor, be a trusted business man? I think that he needs to come an adult first until someone can take him for serious.

Such people like Pete Bragansa need some protection against themselves. He thinks that such a way is a good defense, but it has been only a dismantling of himself. It seems that he is only able to think with his private parts and is not able to use his brain.

Pete Bragansa defense himself.pdf (2.16 mb)

Pete Bragansa defense 2.pdf (4.88 mb)

 

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U.S. FTC - The Federal Trade Commission - Illegal Robocalls
by Rudolf Faix Monday, August 31, 2015 7:44 AM

It is difficult for offshore call centers to provide their services by using a legal way. On one side they need to work lucrative on the other side they need to keep themselves on the law and government regulations of the destination country of their calls, what makes their work very difficult.

If you are watching the following video or read the transcript from the FTC attorney Kati Daffan, then you’ll get it that you are not allowed to greet the called one with a recording and if the center likes to sell something – what is in the most cases the reason for the call from an offshore call center – then the client of the center needs to have a written permission of their victims, which should get called.

The first problem with the greeting done by a life person can get easily handled by adjusting the dial system that every time is at least one free agent is available who can take the call immediately and greet the called one.

If the client provides calling data the second problem can get solved too. In respect to the data protection law is the client not allowed to provide more detailed information as can get found in a public phone directory. In any case should keep the center a copy of the data transmission or the email with the access to the data for having a proof. The center shall keep the proofs at least 10 years in evidence.

We can find the following explanations from the FTC attorney Kati Daffan about Robocalls at the homepage of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC):

Few things can be more annoying than answering the phone while you're in the middle of something — and then being greeted by a recording.

If you receive a robocall trying to sell you something (and you haven’t given the caller your written permission), it’s an illegal call. You should hang up. Then, file a complaint with the FTC and the National Do Not Call Registry.

Transcript from the video above:

If you have a telephone, robocalls may be ruining your day. I'm Kati Daffan, an attorney at the Federal Trade Commission. If you answer the phone and hear a recorded message instead of a live person, it's a robocall. If the recording is a sales message and you haven't given your written permission to get calls from the company on the other end, the call is illegal period.

So when you get an illegal robocall, here's what to do. Hang up the phone. Don't press one to speak to a live operator. And don't press any other number to get off the list. If you respond by pressing any number, it will probably just lead to more robocalls.

You might consider contacting your phone provider and asking them to block the number and whether they charge for that service. Remember that telemarketers change caller ID information easily and often. So it might not be worth paying a fee to block a number that will change.

Finally, contact the FTC to report your experience. You can do that online at ftc.gov or by calling 1-877-FTC-HELP. To learn more about illegal robocalls and what the FTC is doing to stop them, visit ftc.gov/robocalls. That's ftc.gov/robocalls.

Source: The Federal Trade Commission

Another video from the FTC attorney Kati Daffan give some more information:

Transcript of the video above:

If you have a telephone, it probably seems like illegal robo calls are out of control. I'm Kati Daffan, an attorney at the Federal Trade Commission. If you pick up the phone, and hear a recorded message instead of a live person, that's a robocall.

Consumers are getting more and more robo calls, and they are not happy about it. As the number of calls has multiplied, the number of complaints has, too. The reason for the spike in robo calls has to do with technology. Companies are using auto dialers, that can send out thousands of phone calls every minute, for an incredibly low cost.

What's important is that the companies that use this technology don't bother to screen for the numbers on the National Do Not Call Registry. If a company doesn't care about obeying the law, you can be sure they're trying to scam you. You've probably gotten robo calls about candidates running for office, or charities asking for donations. These robo calls are allowed. But any robo call that's trying to sell you something probably is illegal, unless you've given your written permission to get calls from that company.

The FTC has stopped billions, yes billions, of robo calls in the last two years. Tracing these calls is a tough job, and there are a few reasons for that. One, is that many different companies use the same, or very similar, recorded messages. Another, is that they fake the caller ID information that you see on your phone. That's called caller ID spoofing, and new technology makes it very easy to do. And the third, is that the robo callers often place the calls through internet technology, that hides their location.

At the FTC, we're continuing our aggressive enforcement efforts. And we're also looking for innovative, technological solutions to the robo call problem. For more information, please visit ftc.gov/robocalls. That's ftc.gov/robocalls.

Source: The Federal Trade Commission

Don’t forget that the fines in the U.S. are very high. Everybody who needs to defend himself in front of the law court will think first about himself and will very fast forget his given promises only for the reason that the fine will be a little bit less drastically. Your client will be coming first into the focus of the investigators, because you are selling his products. So your client or broker will in the best case provide the contact details of his partner in crime to the state attorney for getting a better deal for his own judgement. He will even try to make you alone guilty for his own fails. You need to have in this case proofs for your own protection and defense.

 

US Government builds "Memex Deep Web Search Engine" to Track Criminals
by Rudolf Faix Saturday, February 14, 2015 4:58 AM

A year ago, the U.S. government's Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA) announced a project to create a powerful new search engine that could find things on the deep web that isn't indexed by Google and other commercial search engines.

The project, dubbed Memex Deep Web Search Engine , is well underway, and for the first time on Sunday night, we got an early look at Memex search engine - the crime-fighting search engine in action. The Pentagon's research agency gave Scientific American a preview of the software and 60 Minutes exclusive looks at the technology.

The Deep Web is a heap of illegal activity, pervade with child pornography, drug deals, Cyber crime and human trafficking. But because the dark web is 'buried' so deeply that it is out of the reach of mainstream search engines and law enforcement agencies, however, that’s until now.

Memex Search Engine attempts to secure the Internet from hackers, human traffickers and other criminals. The deep web search engine was designed to overcome the above challenges by extending 'the reach of current search capabilities and quickly and thoroughly organize subsets of information based on individual interests.'

The inventor of Memex search engine, Chris White, sat down with Lesley Stahl and producer Shachar Bar-On and explained how this new Dark Net Search Engine works and how it could revolutionize law enforcement investigations.

"The internet is much, much bigger than people think," White said. "By some estimates Google, Microsoft Bing, and Yahoo only give us access to around 5% of the content on the Web." That leaves a lot of room for bad actors to operate freely in the shadows.

The 60 Minutes segment about the Memex search engine also featured DARPA innovation head Dan Kaufman, who says, "the easiest way to think about Memex is: How can I make the unseen seen?"

"Most people on the internet are doing benign and good things," Kaufman said. "But there are parasites that live on there, and we take away their ability to use the internet against us-- and make the world a better place."

Memex is currently being beta tested by two district attorneys' offices, a law enforcement agency, and a nongovernmental organization. Now, the next level of testing will be done by a broader group of beta testers in a few weeks.

"One of the main objectives of this round is to test new image search capabilities that can analyze photos even when portions that might aid investigators-including traffickers' faces or a television screen in the background - are obfuscated," Scientific American reports. "Another goal is to try out different user interfaces and to experiment with streaming architectures that assess time-sensitive data."

This means with the help of Memex Search Engine, DARPA would catch criminals by looking at reflections in TV screens, in the same way like happens in Hollywood movies. The Memex highlighted the DARPA efforts to stop human traffickers before they hurt more people.

Source: http://thehackernews.com/2015/02/memex-deep-web-search-engine.html

 

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