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Presumptive scammer Josoft Technologies Pvt. Ltd - josoftech.com
by Rudolf Faix Thursday, April 23, 2015 10:48 AM

Josoft Technologies Pvt. LtdJosoft Technologies Pvt. Ltd is bragging with an ISO 9001:2008 certification and proving in their offers that they are breaking the ISO 9001 rules and acting like each other scammer too.

An ISO certification says nothing about the quality of their products and services. An ISO certification is only documenting that a company is documenting their internal process flow that each case can get easily traced.

What is not ISO conform from their site:

  • Try to sell using spam emails
    I have gotten yesterday and E-Mail with the campaign offers from Josoft Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
    I have never subscribed to receive emails from them. For this the E-Mail is nothing else then SPAM.

  • If a customer has to pay before he gets a demonstration
    Josoft Technologies Pvt. Ltd. has very well documented in their offer found at the attached pdf document jpeg to doc pdf.pdf that the call center has to pay the business fee “2. The legal agreement process begins immediately after your fee amount has been deposited, and the agreement is couriered out to you for your signature.” before the center knows what it get “3. The demonstration and training package are sent to you within 24 hours after your fee amount has been deposited.
    This is braking all international business rules, because a demonstration has to be FREE OF CHARGE. They like to sell something and for this they cannot make money with a demonstration, Only very stupid people will accept such a rule.

  • A certificate of satisfaction has to be signed before you are starting the work
    In such a case a certificate of satisfaction about the training can only get signed if the work and the quality of the provided images does not differ to this which are provided during the training. A certificate of satisfaction for the project can only get issued after the contract got fulfilled from both parties.
    For the case that they are really ISO certified, the certification has even not the value of the paper on which it got printed!!!

 

Why are the offers from Josoft Technologies Pvt. Ltd. not more than only SCAM:

 

  • With their offered processes and the requested business fee they are certifying that they have no contract with their client and for this they are not able to give you any guarantees that you’ll get the project and that you’ll get paid.

  • Scammers want to make it harder for the police by using a graphics or a false profile pictures. They do not want to provide a manhunt image by themselves.

  • Scammer are using privacy protection services for hiding the data in their domain registration

  • Each work, where you have to pay to get it is nothing more than SCAM
    The way how they are breaking the ISO certification standards and international business rules shows that they are not trustful. Even if a broker likes to take money from both sites is an absolutely no go! In the case of a dispute he is working for this party, which is paying the higher sum. That disqualifies any business person from being trustful.

  • That you need to pay for the work before you even know how it confirms the SCAM too.

  • That you need to give a certificate of satisfaction before you know that the work does not differ from the training is the next SCAM.

  • Take a look at the article about Scamwarning: Book Typing, Proof Reading, All types of Form Filling, HTML Tagging. There you’ll find the description why you’ll not get paid according their accuracy protocol. They have described it in their offer jpeg to doc pdf.pdf by themselves. It is a common way to get a high accuracy by giving the same work to many people and check the results. The problem is only that this way is very expensive for the client and the client will not pay the sum for the work. The client is interested in saving money by going offshore.

  • At their blog they are promising “Our processes are designed to achieve 100% accuracy, and to deliver every project on time and within the budget parameters of the project.” You know now the way how they are reaching 100% accuracy and the way how they are keeping their budget. With OCR reading is only a accuracy of 98% possible.

  • In Europe and USA the documents are getting scanned and stored as binary documents in a database. Each scan is getting tags that it can easily found again. These tags have the same function like the tag cloud known from the blogs. The only difference is that the document itself gets linked to the customer, supplier, commercial case records which are involved to retrieve the original document. To this system you’ll not get an access because of the security reasons and law for data protection in the “rich” countries.

  • By taking a look at the project 5 PC Health Insurance project.pdf and 10 PC Health Insurance project.pdf is the same law situation. The companies in Europe and USA are even not allowed by law to provide you with such a kind data. The video of the Form Filling Offline Data Entry Typing Project shows that the image is written in an OCR character set. There are OCR readers for less than $1000 and software for less than $500 on the market available, which are able to convert such images into text with a accuracy of 98% and faster than you can type. Why client shall pay you for manual work in such a case?

  • Online Image Captcha.pdf
    Such captchas as they have provided by the screenshot are normally generated with a font set and converted into a graphic before saving them. It does not make any sense to type in the captcha, where the result is already known by generating them.

 

Additional we find at http://www.consumercomplaints.co/gto-bpo-fake-employees/ 2 complaints about their business:

September 27, 2014:
they say they have the project but in actual they don't have it. Ghanshyam, Santosh, Varun all these people are unfaithful,
they do not know what they need to do, don't know their job and irresponsible
March 6, 2015:
GTO BPO/JOSOFT is a fake company. they say that they have the project. after taking the money they don't provide. totally fake guys. I got cheated with 4 Lacs

Their address written on their website:
1-B Nanak Arcade 85-A Hind Nagar L.D.A Colony, Opposite Shivalik School, Lucknow-226012 U.P. (INDIA)
Phone: +91 90-26209005

My opinion: If you take all this facts and the complaints together, then the result will be that Josoft Technologies Pvt. Ltd. is nothing else then a scammer and the ISO certification is a fake.

Spam E-mail from josoftech.com:

Von: farzan haider <sales@josoftech.com>
an: rudolffaix@gmail.com
Datum: 22. April 2015 um 13:25
Betreff: !! BPO BUSINESS !! PROJECT DETAILS !! (Josoftech)
: Diese Nachricht ist vor allem aufgrund der an der Konversation beteiligten Personen wichtig.
Welcome to Josoft Technologies Pvt. Ltd. 

Dear Customer,

We thank you for choosing Josoft Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

We take pleasure in introducing ourselves as Josoft Technologies Pvt. Ltd. An ISO Certified Company had it beginnings in 2008 when Global Technology & Outsourcing was formed. The company has grown in size and capability, and in late 2013 the company name was changed to Josoft Technologies Pvt Ltd. We are offering Multiple Data Entry Projects in different sectors like, Banking, Telecom, Insurance, Government undertakings, and are also dealing in Inbound Call centers and Outbound Call centers, B2BB2CLead Generations & TelemarketingMedical & Business transactions. Term and conditions apply.

We request you to kindly find the enclosed attachments to get more insight about our start up projects in Pdf file format and click the links appended below to watch the videos for a better operational understanding with regards to these three projects. 

 

 1., Image to MS word Projects: – Offline data typing projects requiring a minimum of (1 PC). 

         (URL for JPEG to doc video)         https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzR7ObxAHCE

 

2., Online Data Entry: - Online data entry work in online portal requiring a minimum of (3 PCs).

        (URL for online Captcha Video)      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6Q4aTAgAI0      


3., Health Insurance Projects: - Form-filing projects in provided software requiring a minimum of (5           PCs).   

      (URL for Health insurance Projects)       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oB588TkOnYw

 

It shall be our endeavor as always, to provide you a truly satisfying service.

And many more projects available you can visit: www.gtobpo.com  &  www.josoftech.com

Should you face any difficulty in understanding the requirements, please do not hesitate to contact our team, who are always eagerly looking forward to assist / guide you. If you have any suggestions on how we could improve our services further, please write to us at info@josoftech.com pr call our 24-hour IVR +91-9026209005   Customer contact center at  and we will be delighted to hear from you

Warm regards

Ankita singh
sales executive
(Josoft Technologies Pvt. Ltd.)

 

Skype ID :-josoft.technologies9 Phones:- +91-7897086666 Toll free:-  +91-9026209005  Off:  +91 0522 4069893    Email:  info@josoftech.com     Web: http://www.josoftech.com

Domain registration data of josoftech.com:

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10 PC Health Insurance Project.pdf (73.48 kb)

5 PC Health Insurance project.pdf (75.13 kb)

jpeg to doc pdf.pdf (117.39 kb)

Online image Captcha.pdf (1.10 mb)

Josoft Technologies blogspot in.pdf (1.90 mb)

Facebook Josoft Technologies.pdf (5.01 mb)

GTO BPO - fake employees _ Consumer Complaints.pdf (631.75 kb)

LinkedIn Josoft Technologies Pvt.pdf (1.66 mb)

 

Scammer: Rajesh Bishambar Agarwal aka Rakesh Goel
by Rudolf Faix Wednesday, April 15, 2015 4:07 AM

Thomas Ks sent out the following email as an scam alert:

Rajesh BishambarFrom: Thomas Ks [mailto:tender.yesindia@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 14, 2015 2:36 PM
To: Rahul Arora; ANA SOLUTIONS; AtWorks India; Shoaaib Ali Ali; Shouaib Ali; avkumar@farasiacallcentresolutions.com.au; Bits India; Lars B Christiansen; aaradhya bpo; ahmed.basiony; Bhavin J. Nathwani; Bikram Singh; abhishek.chatterjee; Anil Choudhary; bpo.center2; datastaroutsourcing; davekm7; deep.nag; Deepak Jaiswal; Dheeraj Kumar; Forge Infotech; first idea Corp; Flexus Data; Venkatesk Falcons;faheem.lakdwala@gmail.com; abbeys Group; Ajay Garg; Anand Prakash G; galabo; Galaxy Data Solutions; gayu p; Angel Huda; Glenn Hajas; Hari Krishna; Harshad Sharma; hemant soni; hendrikus de kamp; ansari imran; Sourabh Jain; Amit Kumar Jain; Dancho Krisvim; ela kiya; Myth S; ahamed.maideen; Bindu Menon; Divyansh Mishra; Dominic Luigi Malazarte; durga madhu; hrushi naik; Nagasubramanian Srinivasan; NANDHINI.S Nil; Narayana Kumar; Hetal Oza; officemate bpo; oofice; Network Business of India Group; Akshata Patil; Arijit Patra; bipin patel; BPO PROJECTS; Amitabha Ray; clyne.rego; GROUPE RAYENWORLD CORPORATION S.A.R.L; AKS Technologies; Ashwin Tembhurne; chandan tiwari; Hope Key Techno Park; Jaison Thomas; Jince Thomas; Martin Xavier; Jeet Yadav; Ramu Yesudas; Suman .Y; Vinayak Yevale; Usman Zahid; Znome Solutions
Subject: Scam Alert

 

Dear All,


I saw on numerous classified sites that Rakesh Goel from Nagpur providing BPO projects. I've contacted him and he sent me the project details. He said he wouldn't give me any details about the client until i make the payment for the consultancy charges. He was very prompt in the beginning but after i made the payment the real truth started to appear. He took 4 lacs rupees from me for providing the project. After taking the money he said the project is from Zennett INC (Fake company mind you) which is a sister company of KPMG. What a liar. Anyways he kept on delaying the client call and never provided anything satisfactory to believe that he is actually providing the work. From past 5 weeks he stopped communicating at all. No answer on phone calls no replies on emails. Just wanted to warn everybody. Please beware from this Crook.

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PHOTO OF Rajesh  Bishambar Agarwal

 

Real  Name : Rajesh Bishambar Agarwal

Residential Address in ID Proof:  904, Sachet Allure, Near Lotus School, Satellite, Ahmadabad-380015

 

Stay away from the following all belongs to him: 

Ganaraj Infotech - Rakesh Goel Nagpur/Abhey Goel/ Rakesh Agarwal 


Ganaraj IT Services - Rakesh Goel Nagpur


Ganaraj Corporate - Rakesh Goel Nagpur

 

Chrome Consultants - Rakesh Goel Nagpur 

 

 

This guy from Stayed in  Ahmadabad up to 2014 so please share this mail 

 

If you ever had dealing with this guy in past and got scammed or have any details to trace him please let me know. 

Thanks &  Regards,

J.Thomas

E-Mail: tender.yesindia@gmail.com

 

Information about Rajesh Bishambar Agarwal aka Rakesh Goel from Ashwini Sanglikar (previous Facebook profile link: www.facebook.com/ashwini.sanglikar.77):

  • He has different names, nobody is sure of his real name. another victim who got scammed contacted me and other victims through research, he broke out in the office and checked everything and found our details  and we all got in contact. we all are doing our part in finding more info but to our surprise his whole family is into this crime
  • his wife who pretends to be the receptionist her name is Pallavi
  • and the Son who pretends to be office boy Sachin
  • before taking his offer i had been to his office to cross check
  • he really made me believe like its a great deal
  • he has scammed people in the name of chit funds
  • the office that we visited in Nagpur India was just taken on rent for a month to scam people
  • recently Mr. Abhijeet Jaiswal shared on LinkedIn that he found the scammer in Gujarat
  • but when i saw online the people who got scammed by him in Gujarat also have no idea where he vanished

 

Let us take a look at his domain registration data:

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The hidden owner information is typical for a scammer.

If we take a look at the website http://www.ganarajinfotech.com/index.html then we find the typical pictures, which are licensed under the creative commons license and not one own picture. This should be already an alarms signal of a scammer. Nothing is easier than to make an own picture, which is not found on hundred other websites too. Each phone has already a camera.

The results from consumercomplaints.in are showing his fraud action too:

Search results: 16 matching "rakesh goel"

 
 
Ganaraj Infotech | Nagpur | Rakesh Goel (complaint)
 xprs on Feb 20, 2015
   
Rakesh Goel From nagpur cheated me by promising a BPO Project and disappeared
classified sites that Rakesh Goel from Nagpur providing BPO projects. I've contacted him and he sent me the project details. He said he wouldn't give me any details about the client until i make the payment for the consultancy charges. He was very prompt in the beginning but after i made the payment the real truth started to appear...

Ganaraj Infotech (complaint)
 Susmita_ghosh on Feb 25, 2015
   
Rakesh Goel of Ganaraj Infotech is no 1 fraud
/> I paid 90000 to Rakesh Goel of Ganaraj Infotech. He promised to give a non voice project and which would be started before end of Jan. But eventually he vanished. His phone is directed to voicemail. I have sent 10-15 emails but he has stopped replying. We physically went to Nagpur to sign the contract...

Chrome Consultants (complaint)
 imu_22 on Feb 24, 2015
   
Fraud Company
Rajesh Agarwal and Rakesh Goel. They have cheated atleat 100 of ppl. They just ask to deposit money in there bank account and vanish. I have also paid them for USA L1 Visa 1. 70 lacs, I am posting to caution potential victims. These ppl are just temporarily based in Nagpur. There know about is not Known, In bank they have Ahmedabad address, to some they give Mumbai address, these all are Fake...

ganarajinfotech.com (complaint)
 imu_22 on Feb 11, 2015
   
Fraud Company
The person Named Rakesh Goel (I don't know whether it’s his real name) met me in his ChromeConsultants. com office (4th Floor Induyash 2, 186 Cement Road near Ram circle Nagpur 440010). Since then I don't have any know how of this person. I have come in contact with few more persons who are also an victim of this company or person...

MKplacements.com (complaint)
 imu_22 on Feb 11, 2015
   
Fraud Company
The person Named Rakesh Goel (I don't know whether it’s his real name) met me in his ChromeConsultants. com office (4th Floor Induyash 2, 186 Cement Road near Ram circle Nagpur 440010). Since then I don't have any know how of this person. I have come in contact with few more persons who are also an victim of this company or person...

Chrome Consultants , Nagpur (complaint)
 myworld2578 on Feb 10, 2015
   
Fraud / Fake Placement Company L1 / Green Card Process is Fraud
Rakesh Goel for L1 visa process in November 2014, till date he has NOT given me any Case ID or any kind of legal information. From past 2 weeks he has stopped replying back to my emails and also not picking up any calls. I just wish, no one else become victim of his fraud scheme. He told me that PCStech is hiring for its office in New Jersey and he will help me to get the visa...

Ganaraj Infotech (complaint)
 kich7a on Feb 3, 2015
   
fraud company
Rakesh Goel has caused huge loss to my company promising to give the data entry job and has taken money, they said they have tied up with US company Zenett Inc . the cheque given by them has bounced two time . They are Fraud plz donto invest with them...

Whirlpool (complaint)
 anjubhupesh2004
   
new refrigerator not working
2010 on name of Mr Rakesh Goel. Thereafter new refrigerator was sent to Panipat to my brother . When engineer from Whirlpool customer care came to install the refrigerator ,he found that heat metal plate was missing ,since the cooling coils at the rear were getting covered with ice and top section of the refrigerator was not getting cooled ...

 
Sony Ericsson (comment)
 sakshi
   
Service and repairs
/> thanks rakesh goel rakeshgoel_77@rediff. com...

Jain Realtors Private Limited (comment)
 jainrealtors on Sep 10, 2014
   
FRAUD BUILDER
Goel, Sureshchand, Rakesh Goel, Manish Jain Present: APP for the State. All accused on bail with respective counsels. Today the matter is fixed for arguments on charge. It is submitted on behalf of counsel for accused persons that matter has already been settled with all the complainants. Details of which are as follows...

ganesh , ganaraj sales (comment)
 hrtech on Jan 28, 2015
   
investment fraud , cheating
nagpur by the name of Mr Rakesh Goel (the fat guy), he has scammed nearly 50 people in the name of call centre process, so can u forward details regarding him or his associates. names numbers email or photos if any to hr. techwizz@gmail. com asap...

Ganaraj Infotech (comment)
 imu_22 on Feb 9, 2015
   
fraud company
I have also given money to Rakesh Goel for Job. Since then I have not heard any thing from him, his no. is also not working. My no. is 9820502601. Please contact me. So that we can decide what action we can take against them...

Chrome Consultants , Nagpur (comment)
 myworld2578 on Feb 13, 2015
   
Fraud / Fake Placement Company L1 / Green Card Process is Fraud
Rakesh Goel from Chrome Consultants, Nagpur. Will wait for your msg, mail or comment . thanks...

Ganaraj Infotech (comment)
 myworld2578 on Feb 21, 2015
   
fraud company
Yes NEVER EVER TRUST Rakesh Goel from Ganarajinfotech or Chrome Consultants, Nagpur. Please guys before making any payment, try to check that company or a person through all POSSIBLE SOURCES !!!...

Ganaraj Infotech (comment)
 Susmita_ghosh on Feb 25, 2015
   
fraud company
The owner Rakesh Goel said he is having a surgery, and is having cancer, how can people lie so much. Please stay away from this fraud Rakesh Goel. and Ganaraj Infotech. I have all the proofs if anyone needs any. my email id is susmitaghosh90@gmail. com. We need to take action against him...

Ganaraj Infotech (comment)
 Susmita_ghosh on Feb 25, 2015
   
fraud company
/> I paid 90000 to Rakesh Goel of Ganaraj Infotech. He promised to give a non voice project and which would be started before end of Jan. But eventually he vanished. His phone is directed to voicemail. I have sent 10-15 emails but he has stopped replying. We physically went to Nagpur to sign the contract...
 

 

More of his fraud action of Rajesh Bishambar Agarwal is found at 

 

LinkedIn Profile from Rakesh Goel (6.29 mb)

 

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Scammer Exposed

Facebook profiles in danger: Beware of fake warnings
by Rudolf Faix Sunday, April 5, 2015 2:40 PM

FacebookOnce more Facebook users must be careful that their account does not fall into the hands of fraudsters. The warning of a friend turns out to be dangerous gateway.

Spam, viruses and Trojans on Facebook are already on the agenda for a long time. Many users have got it already. This increased the alertness at the present.  Scammers are taking advance of this alertness for taking over user accounts in masses. There are currently fake warnings of real Facebook friends in circulation, indicating the user that a copied second profile of themselves and other images are to be found in other sections on Facebook.

Phishing attack

In some cases, the scammers even have added a screenshot of the copied second profile page (not logged in). In any case, the user will be prompted to enter the link to the alleged fake profile. However, this does not lead to Facebook, but to a well-camouflaged Facebook phishing page. Who logs in on this page will tell his username and password to the scammers.

This thus have access to the entire Facebook profile and all the friends. The scammers take advantage of the fact apparently immediately to move more potential victims with the same mesh for getting their login information. Despite the fact that the news are coming from actual Facebook friends (whose accounts have already been affected), there is something what should let your alarm bells ringing.

Check URL

That is the phishing link is not pointing to https://facebook.com/xyz, it is in the current pointing to the URL profil-numbercombination-fb.xyz.es. Such links should better even not get clicked. The attack also targets in other countries. Some grammatical errors, however, point out that the scammers have obviously not perfect knowledge of the language.

Who gets suspicious, you should report the relevant user profiles and alert the Facebook friends through other channels (email, phone) that presumably with their account something is not right. Who has the suspicion that the own account was hacked, be sure to change the password on Facebook and for other services, where the same log-in information is used. To impede unauthorized access to your own Facebook profile from the outset, Facebook offers a range of security settings such as two-way authentication and notifications.

 

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SPAM from an anti email spammer tool: boxbe.com
by Rudolf Faix Thursday, April 2, 2015 4:05 PM

A LinkedIn member has asked me to reply to his email address. I have sent an email to him and got immediately a reply from boxbe-notifications@boxbe.com with the following content:

Hello Rudolf Faix,
Your message about "RE: NEW DEFENCE RESEARCH PAPER & BOOK" was waitlisted.
Please add yourself to my Guest List so your messages will be delivered to my Inbox. Use the link below.

Click here to deliver your message

Thank you,
china.research.team@gmail.com
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Final-Recipient: rfc822; china.research.team@gmail.com
Diagnostic-Code: X-Boxbe-Notice; message given low priority. To fix, see accompanying notice.
Status: 4.7.0

As I did not send any message to somebody from the domain @boxbe.com and I did not subscribe somewhere (see the unsubscribe link under their signature) is this email nothing else than SPAM. Following a link in an unsolicitous email will result in more spam, because with this you'll verify that your email exists. For this I did not press the "Click here to deliver your message" and the "Unsubscribe" link. I simple reported this e-mail as spam. In future, I'll not receive any message from them.

Don't expect any answer from me if you like to communicate with me per e-mail and use a similar service like boxbe.com. I'll even will not see in future a confirmation link from boxbe.com. If you are too lazy to filter out a few spam messages a week, then it would be better use snail mail instead of e-mail.

The full email headers:

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        Thu, 2 Apr 2015 03:16:40 -0700 (PDT)
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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2015 03:16:36 -0700 (PDT)
From: boxbe-notifications@boxbe.com
Reply-To: china.research.team@gmail.com
To: Rudolf Faix <rudolffaix@gmail.com>
X-DynectEmail-Msg-Key: 20150402101637.07640F0F2130@mail6-01-pao.dynback.net
Message-ID: <977552929.15870.1427969796453.JavaMail.prod@ems-imap01.ny3>
Subject: Re: RE: NEW DEFENCE RESEARCH PAPER & BOOK (Action Requested)
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WakeUpNow Retail Sales
by Rudolf Faix Saturday, February 14, 2015 4:50 AM

WakeUpNow fail to address retail elephant in the room

Retail sales are the lifeblood of any MLM company. Without a steady flow of revenue from people outside of the opportunity purchasing your products, you’re only putting off an inevitable collapse.

A complete lack of retail sales saw WakeUpNow rack up $3.3 million dollars in losses for 2012. This trend continued and in 2013 the company recorded another loss of $4.5 million.

No doubt seeing the writing on the wall, WakeUpNow management introduced mandatory retail quotas in late 2013. Forced onto an affiliate-base that had previously been solely focused on affiliate recruitment, these changes were met with mixed reactions.

Affiliates who had focused on signing up, paying the minimum volume-spend themselves and then recruiting others to do the same were rather unhappy.

The loss figures above are quoted from WakeUpNow’s own 2013 Disclosure statement, which was the focus of a recent BehindMLM article. Titled "WakeUpNow blows through almost $8 million in two years", the article looked at the current situation, what WakeUpNow focused on in the statement and what that likely meant for the business going forward.

In summary, WakeUpNow looked to be pushing more of the same - which I suggested would in turn result in more of the same. That being the ongoing loss of millions of dollars from year to year.

That evidently didn’t go over too well with WakeUpNow corporate, who were quick to deploy their PR agency.

The first response came in less than 24 hours by way of a spammy press-release. Written for no other reason than to be linked back to by over-zealous WakeUpNow affiliates, who for some reason can’t quite seem to grasp WakeUpNow themselves author (or at the very least solicit) such works, declares "WakeUpNow passes 100,000 customer milestone".

Sounds impressive, until you consider there’s no mention of how many of those customers are retail.

Furthermore, the maths doesn’t add up either. How does a company with 100,000 customers still manage to lose $8 million over two years? Even the smallest of spends ($10), translates into millions of dollars in revenue.

Some things need to be considered here. In addition to no mention of retail ratios, WakeUpNow also don’t clarify whether these 100,000 customers are currently active (having made any recent orders), or whether it’s a cumulative number.

Anyway, it is what it is - a bunch of spam that’s both misleading and ultimately irrelevant.

WakeUpNow followed up this response with an email sent to me via BehindMLM’s contact form. Well, not from them per say but from Mike Scerbo of Rose Moser Allyn Public Relations, who appear to be working for them.

Scerbo’s email was anything but personal, containing seemingly recently written spammy press-release that asked me to "consider" the following "key points":

 

Source: http://internetcrimefightersorg.com/wakeupnow-retail-sales/ (already removed)

 

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