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An unbelievable offer from SYNTEL Pvt. Ltd. Australia - or to rent is more expensive than to buy
by Rudolf Faix Thursday, November 19, 2015 11:21 AM

Amanjit SahotaSYNTEL Pvt. Ltd.An Australian company, with the name Syntel Pvt. Ltd. got registered on June 17, 2013. The "Founding Partner and Director at Syntel Pty Ltd" Amanjit Sahota writes by himself in his LinkedIn profile that he is since August 2014 Director of his own company, makes the company already very suspect. For me it shows that the company did not earn enough in the time from June 2013 until July 2014 for paying his salary and/or he got fired on his other job.

If I read additional in the year 2015 at http://syntel.com.au/why-syntel (2016-02-25: Link removed - Domain not exists): "We have spent the last 6 years perfecting VOIP (Voice Over IP) phone systems which means you can take advantage of the internet to make cheaper, often free calls." than I know that they are notorious liars or they are not able to calculate by using their brain and have not enough money for a pocket calculator. Both is in business worse.

If such a person even does not understand the difference between a LinkedIn company page and a LinkedIn personal profile, then it shows that the person seems have a real problem understanding any rules in business. If I read additional in his profile that his language is Punjabi then I think already about a post forwarding service and not about a local company in Australia.

Anyway the business amateur Amajit Sohota has sent me from his "personal company" profile at LinkedIn the following offer:

G`day Rudolf,

How are ya?

Many thanks for accepting my invite.

The reason I am getting in touch is that we have large presence in Manila and we are growing fast. We have a couple of ex-pats, from Australia, who are recommending our Hosted VPBX Services to customers in Manila. This is going great and I was wondering if this would be something we could partner up with?

The Dealer Agreement is a pretty straight forward arrangement whereby you locate possible opportunities, scope them out and then recommend us to them. We then take care of the rest. If they sign up we are happy to pay the following, which to date is the largest number of seats we have had come on board through a referral in one go:

5,000 Seat Opportunity.
5000 x $10 = $50,000 Up Front Fee

This particular customer went for the $49.95 All inclusive plan.
Therefore the trail is as follows: 5000 x $49.95 = $249,750.00 10% Trail = $24,975.00 Per Month for the 36 Months of the contract.

Most customers opt for either the $15 plan or the $49.95, depending on their needs. There are plans in between, they do not get much take up. We can be bespoke, if the opportunity requires, just let us know and we can amend accordingly. We pride ourselves on being proactive and dynamic.

As you can see the figures are inviting, for the right opportunity. This is, to date, the largest opportunity we have had in Manila.

Please do get back to me on: amanjit@syntel.com.au if this of interest.

My Director of Support will be in Manila in early December and would be happy to meet up, to discuss further. I will be up in early February, so happy to meet then, if that suits.

Enjoy your day and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Thanks!

Ammo
0427 550 566
1300 739 885
amanjit@syntel.com.au

I really cannot believe that one owner of a 5,000 seat call center can be so stupid to sign-up with such a suspicious company. Does such a call center owner not think about the risk what he has with only one business partner? Such a center needs to get divided into a few sections to reduce the risk of a fail. A serious consultant will warn such people and reject the job if the call center owner does not understand the risk. One example of the risk: If the Internet connection from the place of the center drops for an hour the damage would be 5,000 working hours of his agents! The same can happen with the power connection of the center - only the Internet connection drops normally more often than the power connection.

As the email address provided in the offer is from an Australian domain I think that the prices are in Australian Dollars. Based on the exchange rate from today the up-front fee of AU$ 50,000 has the value of US$ 35,499.51 and the offer the monthly payment from AU$ 24,975 has the value of US$ 17,732.

Nowhere is written what is all included in the "all inclusive" offer. It seems to be only important for Amanjit Sahota to make money instead of explaining his offer. I would kick out such a salesman from my company. VoIP minutes cannot be included because they are different from country to country, from provider to provider and if fixed or mobile phones are get called. The local computers from the centers and the Internet connection of the center cannot be included too because the price is depending on the region of the world. In this case in the "all inclusive" offer can be only be included can the basic hosting and the rental of a phone system. For this is the offered price nothing else than profiteering.

To my reply "Maybe you need to rethink your offer and compare your prices with others on the international market", I got the answer:

G`day Rudolf,

How are ya?

Thanks for the message. We have Call Centres which are primarily for Overseas Clients, so our rates are good for them. Happy to discuss what would work with you.

Thanks!

Ammo

It seems to be his sales strategy. I don't think that he would be really successful with this strategy.

Let us make a simple calculation example: I would take for security reasons at 4 SQL server, which are storing the data, the configuration of the phone systems and the call detail records. The price for one sql server hardware is around US$ 1,000. In sum we spend US$ 4,000 for our datastorage system. Additonal I would use for 500 seats one phone system based on Linux and Asterisk (Asterisk itself, GoAutoDial or a similar product). The price for one of these phone systems is around US$ 500. As I need 10 from them I spend in sum US$ 5,000. As Linux, Asterisk, GoAutoDial is open source I don't need to pay something for the software and I have enough capacity for a failover in the case that one system dies. Each of the phone systems will get connected to different Internet providers. This will enhance the failover possibilities and reduces the risk of an Internet drop. As more different VoIP providers I'll use as higher would get my security in the case of an error. I even can make a least cost routing between the chosen VoIP providers.

If we take now the above calculation in sum then I have spent until now only US$ 9,000 for the hardware. If I like to use the MS SQL server instead of a Linux open source SQL server than I need to spend additional US$ 650 for the Windows Server Software and US$ 4000 for the MS SQL Server. As I'm using 4 SQL-Server I have to spend in this case US$ 18,600 for the software. Even if we are now counting everything together we spend in sum US$ 27,600. That is even less than the up-front fee from the offer from Syntel Pvt. Ltd. (US$ 35,499.51). I would even make personally the complete server setup for the center for less than the half of the remaining US$ 7,899.517, which this solution is cheaper then the up-front costs from Syntel Pvt. Ltd.

The savings of my suggestion are in this case the "very small" amount of US$ 24.975 each month for 36 months of the contract. That makes the "little" sum of US$ 899,100 during 3 years of operation.

Update November 23, 2015: Syntel sent a message that in the "all inclusive" Plan is VoIP included:

G`day Rudolf,

How are ya? Hope you had a great weekend.

The All Inclusive Plans included All Local/National Calls All 1300/1800 Numbers and All Mobile calls.

Hope that assist. Enjoy the rest of your day.

Thanks!

A call center is working 17 hours a day (call time between 8 am and 9 pm additional 4 time zones on the continent) and 6 days a week calling the U.S. If we take now the minutes generated from a single agent then we need to multiply 60 minutes per hour * 17 hours a day * 26 days per month to see the result of 26,520 minutes an agent is generating during one month. If we divide now the difference between the standard plan and the all inclusive plan (AU$ 34.95 = US$ 25.26) then we see that this sum got offered as flat rate from some VoIP providers for private users. These VoIP providers, which have offered such a flat rate, are getting found now at the VoIP cemetery. The reason is very simple found. We need only divide the US$ 25.26 by the generated minutes from one agent during one month - 26,520. The result is rounded US$ 0.00095249. This minute price is far under the value which are the telecom companies billing under each other for the minutes. Each minute will generate a loss in this case. Not one company will pay you for using their lines.

The all inclusive offer is even worse and the loss for the phone companies higher for the case that this offer is restricted to the Australian phone numbers. The Australian free phone numbers 1300/1800 are not getting called from call centers because call centers need to sell something and not speak with customer services. The interconnect exchange rate is for Australia even at least 10 times higher than from U.S. phone companies. The agent is only 1 hour less generating per day because Australia has only 3 time zones on the continent.

 

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Scammer Exposed

Scammer: Phani Indra - Malladi Phanindra - savebpo.com - with unbelievable offers
by Rudolf Faix Tuesday, November 17, 2015 9:08 AM

SaveBPO Logo

Update November 18, 2015: The following shows how scammer are thinking how they can build up a business and how they are thinking how they can continue if they are getting catched to be scammer.

I have written the article one day after I have warned the scammer Phani Indra - Malladi Phanindra immediately as he had published the scam campaign in Facebook. In the hope that nothing will happen to him, he continued posting copying one campaigns after another from other sources where he even didn't know the source. It did even not make any difference for him if the campaign is genuine or not. He even does not have any knowledge how to identify a scam campaigns and he has ignored my warnings. Only important for him has been to make money. The way to get money and if the payer gets something for his money has not been important for him.

As the most of the campaigns are only available against an advanced fee are the campaigns nothing else than scam. A real client is searching for a broker or consultant which is near of his place and not abroad. The clients likes to have the possibility to make a complaint immediately and directly as soon as something goes wrong. If a client is searching abroad then he is searching directly for a center and not for a middle man. In this case he likes to avoid the kids game "Chinese message" and save the fee for the broker. For this reasons are 99.9% campaign offers with source from low wage countries nothing else than scam.

On this article he has shown an reaction and started to delete the campaign offers from his site after he even used a friend, which tried to explain me in the Facebook group "the campaign is from a friend":

Screenshot from Facebook discussion with the argument that the campaign is from a friend of a friend

My opinion is that people which have such a kind of friends don't need some enemies - such people are already punished with these kinds of friends!

Afterwards he started to delete the campaign from his site savebpo.com. In the social networks are the offers still available - only the link to his site is not working. Here a screenshot from the scam offer in Facebook from today morning:

Screenshot from Facebook with the scam offer

As I told him, that he does not have any contract or permission with Deep Blue Marketing and for this he needs to remove the campaigns from Deep Blue Marketing too, he replied: "Are you talking about the UK Boiler Survey campaign with hot key transfer. Project ?". This answer shows that he even does not know the source of the campaigns and he had never any contact with any client or another broker. He has only copied campaigns from suspicious sources in the hope of getting rich from the up-front fees.

After he has deleted some campaigns - only from his site, he sent me the following message at Facebook:

I have just moved all energy campaigns to trash
All done now
I request you to remove my name from your blog
If you find any other scam or fraud projects in my site
Please contact the author

Sorry, but business is not a kindergarten game. For doing business you need to build up a reputation. Only to change the author of the site and using different names for the fraud does not bring a good reputation and does not release the owner of the site from beeing liable for the content. With other words is it nothing else than a nice try for continuing scamming centers by saying it is only a market place. Even a bad reputation is a reputation.

The whole story shows only how the scammers are trying to play man-in-the middle. For the case that the offered campaign is a real campaign how they like to make money with copy & paste. If the campaign is a scam than they get at least the up-front fee. In any case is it scam, because they even don't know who is the provider of the campaign and from where they have copied the campaign.

Original article November 17, 2015: Yesterday I found some unbelievable campaign offers in the social networks. The offers got posted from Phani Indra / Malladi Phanindra the owner of the domain savebpo.com. A warning about the scam offers got ignored from him, because today morning the offers still exists in the social networks and on his site savebpo.com. It seems that he thinks that he can get rich by asking an advanced fee from centers. In one worse case he even thinks that he can get 7 Lacs (US$ 10,574) for a campaign where data from the client need to be accessible to the salesperson. The client will get fined from the US FTC (Federal Trade Commission) with US$ 16,000 per record. AT&T had paid in the past for such a failure, where data got stolen during an outsourcing process and the fines have been even cheaper, US$ 25,000,000. This ones, which don't believe it can take a look at the FTC site or at my report about this case.

Not one client will take the risk to get fined. A client likes to save money by an offshore outsourcing process and not pay more than his top workers get paid for doing the job. As in the traditional outsourcing countries (Australia, Canada, European Union, U.S.) the consumer and customer data are protected by the data protection law and the fines for breaking the law are very high, not one client will outsource any campaign where the center needs to have access to their database. It does not matter if the data are getting misused by the center or stolen from by a someone else during a data breach. The business owner is liable in any case because he has collected the data.

Let us take a look at the offered scam campaign first

US International Inbound: Insurance Sector

Project description:

US Customer Care Process is to handle Inbound Calls of the customers who wanted to Inquire / Renew / claim / Transfer Insurance / Address or Other Modification.

  • +/- Calls could be in Health Insurance in regards to : HMO, PPO, EPO and Miscellaneous Insurance of (Visitor Insurance, Green Card holders Insurance, Student Health Insurance,J1 Visa Insurance, OPT Students Insurance, Europe Travel Insurance, Health Insurance for Visa, International Health Insurance, Group Travel Insurance, Short-term Heath Insurance, Discount Cards, Global Employees Group Insurance .

  • +/- Calls could be in Property and Casualty Insurance in regards to: Property (flood, earthquake, home, auto, pet) and Casualty (errors and omissions, workers’ compensation, disability, liability).

  • +/- Calls could be in Reinsurance in regards to: Insurance of Proportional, Non Proportional, Risks Attaching Basis, Losses Occurring basis, Claims –Made basis.

  • +/- Calls could be in vehicle Insurance in regards to: insurance of cars, trucks, motorcycles, and other road vehicles.

  • +/- Calls could be in Life and Health insurance in regards to: Insurance of Health (Dental, Vision, Medications), Life (Long-Term Care, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Hospital Indemnity), Miscellaneous (Europe Travel Insurance, Trip Cancellation Insurance, Cruise Insurance, Missionaries Insurance, marine Crew Insurance), Annuities (Securities) and Life and Annuities.

Seats : 10 Seats X 3 Shift
Payout : $10 Per Hour Per Agent
Billing : Approx 35 lakhs for 30 Seats. (Advance Billing for 1 Month at the time of Go Live)

Payment methodology: The Business Associate will diligently carry out Inbound Customer Care work; Business Associates will get calls on a regular daily basis as per below mentioned terms and conditions. Client agrees to provide Validation formats/Process document and other necessary information for processing documents to the Business Associate at the time of work commencement. The Business Associate shall submit the Reports as per schedule provided by the client; however Payouts are be released after getting the QC report of (bi-weekly) that particular period. The Client will pay each bill within maximum 5th of each month, all then payouts are going to be release after Quality Check Certificate. The Payout can be raised through e-mail or Fax and followed by hard copy. Q.C will be provided in 10-15 working days.

Quality: The Business Associate shall maintain accuracy of 84.99% for the processed as per Quality score card terms and norms. If the Business Associate cannot reach 84.99% accuracy on 1st submission then the Client shall give the Business Associate another 15 days for rectifying the mistake in future workings and there after the Client has the right to terminate this agreement on receiving 3rd Quality report with a further notice.

Documents Required:

  • Company Profile and DOT Certificate
  • Company’s LOI (Letter of Interest)
  • Director’s Proof along with Senior Management Profile
  • Pan Card o Company’s Registration Proof
  • Center’s Screen Shots

Technical Requirements:

  • 2 MBPS Leased Line + Server ( Min 8 GB RAM IBM X360 with Xeon Processor )
  • 10-12 Seats capacity with 12 computers along with 12 headphones.
  • Dual core Computers (Minimum) + 1 GB RAM.
  • Server: “IBM X360 (Xeon Processor) with 8 GB RAM and 1 TB HDD (Minimum or more than that).
  • PABX, ACD and CRM are from Client Side 4 MBPS Leased Line or we also accept if center wanted to use their Thin Clients shall operate in a Fiber rich environment with its own bandwidth.
  • In Each Slot, A team of 10 (Ten), Agents (the Team), 1 Team Leaders, one Trainer. All mentioned above must be provided in One week, starting from the day this agreement is signed.

Commercial Charges Apply : Signup amount: INR 7,00,000

If you are interested contact us @ contact.savebpo@gmail.com or call us at 9701875999/ 8143444986

Please don’t ask for more details as you got them all in this post.

The offered campaign needs the knowledge of an insurance salesman. The education of an insurance salesman takes in Europe 3 years. How can agents, which don't know anything about insurances and centers where even the center owners don't know something about the law in foreign countries, will be able to handle such a job? How good the education in India is and how much interest about foreign laws gets already shown by offering such a sham campaign. The scammer is even too stupid to invent a real scam campaign.

That education of the scammer Phani Indra / Malladi Phanindra has been not better than passing far away from any school gets shown by the fact that he requires IBM X360 Xeon Processor for the center. it shows only that he has no idea about the requirements of a call center and the work of a call center. A client will not load any application to the server of the center. Into forms are getting only some text data to the server of the client submitted. Such a datatransfer to websites can get done at the lowest speed of a mobile Internet connection. Depending on the used codec from the center and the VoIP provider is additional a bandwidth between 8kBit/sec and 80kBit/sec per seat necessary. A bandwith of 1MBit/sec would be plenty enough for a center with 10 agents.

The scammer Phani Indra / Malladi Phanindra from savebpo.com seems even to be stupid, because I have warned him in a chat about the scam. As everybody can see it in the provided protocol below he agreed with it and continued to post more of his scam campaigns instead of deleting them. The provided timezone is GMT+1:

1:32pm Save Bpo:
Thank you for your caution
Ill look into this
but i see there are 3 centers running this process from 18 months
Can you help me with this ?

1:45pm Rudolf Faix: You can only delete it because it is against the U.S. consumer protection law. Some other option is not possible

1:45pm Save Bpo:
Hmm, Thank you
Well i got partnered with callcentersindia.com and got these projects
Do you think its worth to work with them ?

1:46pm Rudolf Faix: Each inbound project with consumer data is nothing else than scam (countries: Australia, Canada, European Union, U.S.)

1:47pm Save Bpo:
Sorry
with callcenterpartner.com *

1:47pm Rudolf Faix:
That is nothing else than an advanced fee scam. Agents would even not be able to handle it without a few month training
You should know about the law in the different countries before you are offering something

1:49pm Save Bpo: True

1:49pm Rudolf Faix: the only possible and legit campaigns are lead generation

1:50pm Save Bpo: Ill have a look into them

2:13pm Rudolf Faix: callcenterpartner has the campaign not at their homepage. Have I overseen it?

He did even not stop with his copy and paste process from callcenterpartners.com. He even copied the campaign from Deep Blue Marketing where onshore U.S. centers are getting searched. It seems that he thinks that U.S. companies are searching in India or on India websites for campaigns. For this idea you need to have studied, like he has written on his LinkedIn profile, at the Kakatiya University. We all know that intelligence is not commercially acquirable. Without thinking he has copied all campaigns from callcenterpartners.com - even the scam campaigns where data needs to get used, which are protected by law and not one client will give a center access to these data.

The above campaign gets found in the callcentersform.com and rssing.com. With other words the scammer even does not know from where he is copyng the campaigns. The only purpose or the campaign offers is to get an advance fee. That is nothing else than SCAM!!! All actions of the scammer are showing only how lazy he is. Malladi Phanindra / Phani Indra is even too lazy to invent his own campaigns. It seems to be very hard for someone which likes to have studied at an University to use his brain.

Summary

  • Not one client will risk to get fined with millions of dollars for giving you access to his customer database. The fine is much higher then the client is able to save on such a project.

  • Uneducated agents are not able to handle such a job

  • Everwhere where you have to pay to get some campaigns you'll get only scammed

  • Fees for the broker or consultant need to get paid from this one, which hires the broker or consultant and not from the company which shall do the work.

  • Real brokers with a contract with a client have to work for the client and not for the center for this the client has to pay them

  • Scammers like Phani Indra / Malladi Phanindra are thinking they can get rich by creating a website and copy and paste from others without any knowledge of the content. They even don't know that not one client is searching for a broker or consultant from abroad!
    For this reason it does not make any sense to create a platform like savebpo.com in India. Not one client will use it.

  • Scammers from India are normally not listed with their sham companies on the site Ministry of Corporate Affairs (http://www.mca.gov.in/DCAPortalWeb/dca/SearchCIN.do). But be aware you can get scammed from listed companies there too.

Domain registration data from savebpo.com:

Domain Name: SAVEBPO.COM
Registry Domain ID: 1844257178_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.godaddy.com
Registrar URL: http://www.godaddy.com
Update Date: 2014-12-24T19:02:11Z
Creation Date: 2014-01-25T23:50:36Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2016-01-25T23:50:36Z
Registrar: GoDaddy.com, LLC
Registrar IANA ID: 146
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@godaddy.com
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.4806242505
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited http://www.icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
Domain Status: clientUpdateProhibited http://www.icann.org/epp#clientUpdateProhibited
Domain Status: clientRenewProhibited http://www.icann.org/epp#clientRenewProhibited
Domain Status: clientDeleteProhibited http://www.icann.org/epp#clientDeleteProhibited
Registry Registrant ID:
Registrant Name: Phani Indra
Registrant Organization: SaveBpo
Registrant Street: 3-156/9/6,Vimaladevinagar
Registrant Street: Malkajgiri
Registrant City: Hyderabad
Registrant State/Province: Andhra Pradesh
Registrant Postal Code: 500047
Registrant Country: India
Registrant Phone: +91.9701875999
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax:
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email: kornersudden@hotmail.com
Registry Admin ID:
Admin Name: Phani Indra
Admin Organization: SaveBpo
Admin Street: 3-156/9/6,Vimaladevinagar
Admin Street: Malkajgiri
Admin City: Hyderabad
Admin State/Province: Andhra Pradesh
Admin Postal Code: 500047
Admin Country: India
Admin Phone: +91.9701875999
Admin Phone Ext:
Admin Fax:
Admin Fax Ext:
Admin Email: kornersudden@hotmail.com
Registry Tech ID:
Tech Name: Phani Indra
Tech Organization: SaveBpo
Tech Street: 3-156/9/6,Vimaladevinagar
Tech Street: Malkajgiri
Tech City: Hyderabad
Tech State/Province: Andhra Pradesh
Tech Postal Code: 500047
Tech Country: India
Tech Phone: +91.9701875999
Tech Phone Ext:
Tech Fax:
Tech Fax Ext:
Tech Email: kornersudden@hotmail.com
Name Server: NS1.IPAGE.COM
Name Server: NS2.IPAGE.COM
DNSSEC: unsigned
URL of the ICANN WHOIS Data Problem Reporting System: http://wdprs.internic.net/
>>> Last update of WHOIS database: 2015-11-16T12:00:00Z <<<

 

The red herring and/or deception around Wesley Jon Pollard
by Rudolf Faix Saturday, September 12, 2015 7:35 AM

A person with the Facebook profile calling himself Bruce Young shared on September 11,  2015 06:16pm (GMT+2) with Christopher Claude my LinkedIn posting where I had in the comments section a communication with Wesley Jon Pollard and explained him that hiding himself in anonymity is not good base for making business. I also explained him my motivation for hunting scammers.

The content from Bruce Young:

Check this out https://www.linkedin.com/grp/post/3703199-5969350618647638019

The big investigator, police man (Sargent) and Sherlock Holmes from Eynsham did even not follow the link and posted his flames against me into the comment, because he has been thinking that Bruce Young sent him the link with the article “Is Christopher Caudle more than just a friend of the alleged scammer Wesley Jon Pollard?”.

By taking a look at the Facebook profile of Bruce Young I find the first 17 postings done on August 22, 2015. On the same day he has created a page with the name “Scammers Beware”, which has until now only 8 likes and two postings – the self-promotion of the page - done on August 22, 2015.

August 23, 2015: Bruce Young started his Facebook campaign where he is searching for Wesley Jon Pollard.

On September 10, 2015 Bruce Young published the first time a transcript of the Skype communication with Wesley Jon Poilard. This communication is dated from August 21, 2015.

Christopher Claude reported Wesley Jon Pollard in a forwarded email to me on August 26, 2015 as missing since July 7, 2015 – the email is dated with July 30, 2015. A copy of the email gets found in the updates from August 26, 2015 at the article “Scammer Wesley Jon Pollard - outoftheboxsolutions.weebly.com - dexterity-leads.com - rollingdice.in

My opinion about the rumors around Wesley Jon Pollards disappearance is nothing else than a red herring or a deception:

  • Someone, who communicated per Skype on August 21 will not get searched two days later already.

  • Someone, who needs to hide, will not get in contact by using Skype with people from which he is hiding.

  • Someone, who needs to hide, will not use his old and existing accounts for offers of his new company (dexterity-leads.com) for the case he did it not by a mistake.

  • Someone, who has nothing to hide, does not need to block me at LinkedIn
    Here a screenshot from Wesley Jon Pollards public profile when I'm logged in as Rudolf Faix at LinkedIn:
    Screenshot shows that Wesley Jon Pollard has blocked me on LinkedIn

    And here a screeshot from the same time, using another browser, without beeing logged in:
    Screenshot of the public LinkedIn profile without loginBlocking someone on LinkedIn does not really help. It makes the person only more suspicious. Everybody has a lot of friends and sometimes others are giving you access for searching some information. In such a case the blocking gets dismantled easily.

It is also my opinion that if somebody is searching for Wesley Jon Pollard he will find him at the place of the people whose name should get removed from the publicity or which are making the most rumors. For me it looks like that the profile from Bruce Young with the picture from the wrestler and actor “The Rock” Dwayne Johnson, got only created for helping Wesley Jon Pollard. I think that even the published pictures from Wesley Jon Pollard are only a fake and are showing in reality someone else.

Other articles about the case around Wesley Jon Pollard:

 

Bruce-Young-Chris-Caudle-message.pdf (231.25 kb)

Facebook-profile-Bruce-Young.pdf (6.39 mb)

LinkedIn-posting-Call-center-owners-dont-start-working-without-a-security-deposit-given-by-the-client.pdf (152.52 kb)

Update Jan. 18, 2017:
Link from the Facebook profile Christopher Claude (https://www.facebook.com/chrisdevelop) removed as it returns error 404 - not found.

 

Very Suspicious: jhagvi.com - MIyan Shafeeq - Jhagvi Limited - JPL International
by Rudolf Faix Monday, June 8, 2015 5:51 AM

JHAGVI Limitedjhagvi.com is sending out mass emails by using the list service from mcsv.net (USA) with a lot of suspicious campaigns for call centers. If we take a closer look at them, then we can see that they even don't know their own address.

What makes them suspicious:

  • The given address in the email, 8369 NW 66 ST #8006, MIAMI, FL 33166, is a mail forwarding service in Florida - usabox.com.
  • In their email they are calling themselves Jhagvi Limited
  • At their website they are calling themselves JPL International with the add-on Advance Solutions for your business development
  • House at 10 Rushcliffe Rise, Nottingham, NG5 3HJ, United KingdomAt their website are provided the addresses UK OFFICE: 10 Rushcliffe Rise, Nottingham, NG5 3HJ, United Kingdom and USA OFFICE: 8369 NW 66 ST #8006, MIAMI, FL 33166, United States (the mail forwarding service of usabox.com).
    The history of the house given at UK address (picture at the right) can get found at rightmove.co.uk. If you are using the street-view provided from rightmove.co.uk and Google, you can see that there is no company and the area is a plain residential area.
  • At their LinkedIn profile is one more address provided: Main office: 400 Minuteman Rd Andover, MA 01810, United States with a staff count of 501 - 1000 and founded 2001. At this address gets only found the professional division of The Weather Company wsi.com. The provided address is a FAKE!
  • The domain jhagvi.com is registered to the private person MIyan Shafeeq with the address 9 billington road,London se14 5qh, GB.
  • A company, which is located in Massachusetts, does not use a mail forwarding service for an address in Florida
  • A company, which is located in USA, will not host their Website in Denmark
  • A company, which is located in USA, will not use an registrar for their domain from Denmark
  • A company, which got founded 2001 (LinkedIn), will not wait until July 25, 2010 for registering their domain, especially a company from USA.
  • The last creation date of the domain jhagvi.com is from December 2, 2013
  • Domaintools is reporting 21 historical whois record and 14 webhosting DNS events since Jul 25, 2010. It seems for me that they even did not have enough money to pay the hosting and domain registration fees or they had a problem with their addresses and did not get the bills. :)
  • Their Facebook page got created on December 5, 2010
  • Their first uploaded pictures are from an open house event from JPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), a subdivision from the NASA in Pasadena, uploaded December 6, 2010. That are private pictures and have nothing to do with a company JPL International.
  • Their Facebook history shows that they even don't know what they are doing. For me it has the view that they a trying every business and fail in each case:
    Dec 8, 2010: environmental and occupational health and safety management system. JPL is also among the few companies in Saudi Arabia to implement SAP (ERP) software across all site locations in KSA.
    Dec 8, 2010: JPL specialises in large scale oil and gas pipeline construction, along with water transmission projects by leveraging new age construction technologies for over four decades now. JPL has the second largest fleet of equipments in the oil and gas construction industry in India.
    Dec 10, 2010: Our state-of-the-art offshore call centers provide highly specialized and professional services
    July 23, 2011: Get Your Free Business Website Now! JPL, Inc. is now giving away FREE Websites (w/ Hosting) to New & Existing Clients that will outsource their Accounting & Payroll Process with us for just 1 Year. Save a lot on Cost! Let JPL, Inc. take care of your Back Office Needs.
    September 30, 2011: Telemarketer - Work From Home.. Full time permanent Jobs
  • They tried it even with bragging on their Facebook page:
    October 30, 2011: As a valued client of "JPL", you will enjoy all the benefits of a state-of-the-art data center located in Chicago, Illinois, and owned by the JPL Networks, which also provides the physical environment necessary for keeping the servers up and running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
    The same picture get found at 136 sites and shows The Wells Street Tower:701 S. Wells. A data center is there and places for servers can get rented. You can be sure that the place is not owned by JPL International. They some impression they like to make with another Facebook entry from April 8, 2012, where they are showing the data center of the company Global Switch in Australia. JPL has nothing to do with them. Maybe they try to be a reseller of the services there.
  • Two more addresses are getting found at Facebook:
    July 11, 2011: New Office for Abu Dhabi
    JPL Abu Dhabi have moved to a new office, to accommodate expanding staff. The new office is conveniently located , near Abu Dhabi Mall.
    Our new address is:
    Suite 107. Al Fahad Building, 10th Street, Abu Dhabi
    Conveniently located behind the Ajman Bank and Emirates Insurance Building.
    Google does not find any JPL company at the above address

    March 31, 2012: New Office Opening Ceremony Tuesday, April 17, 2012 at 6:00pm
    Shanyuan Street, Zhongguancun, Haidian, Beijing
    The only entry, which gets found at Google at this area is: GAN-GAR - Stardust JPL NASA
    16 Jul 2001 LUKE GAO QI GAO SHAN GAO SHANYUAN GAO WANQING GAO GARBERDINE SIL GARBERDINE RAMONA GARBERS JULIAN W.
  • At the offered Home Security Campaign are leads provided. That is against the US law.
  • The in the email offered campaigns don't get found at the site http://campaigns.jhagvi.com/
  • Alexa says about the domain jhagvi.com: We don't have enough data to rank this website.
    That means the big international company is a big secret at the world wide web. Nobody is visiting the website.

My opinion: We have here a a scammer, which likes to give the impression of a big company. This scammer is not able to finance his own life, because he seems not be able to pay the hosting and domain registration fees in time. Everybody, which likes to make business with him gets pulled over the table.

 

The spam email with the unbelievable offers:

From: Matt Midthun [mailto:info=jhagvi.com@mail228.atl121.mcsv.net] On Behalf Of Matt Midthun
Sent: Saturday, June 06, 2015 8:21 AM
To: =?utf-8?Q??=
Subject: Hot Offers --- June 2015

 

Hot Offers --- June 2015

 

We have New CPL and Pay Per Call offers, for which we are looking Call Centers / Lead Generators with existing traffic.

 

 

1. US Auto Insurance Lead Generation

Target Area: USA

B2b or B2C: B2C

Script Provided: YES

Leads Provided: NO

Agents To Start: 10

Payout: $3.50

Paid Out: Net 30

Other Instructions: PERFECT ENGLISH AND ABILITY TO SOUND AMERICAN IS GOOD

 

2. US Auto Insurance Live Transfer

Target Area: USA

B2b or B2C: B2C

Script Provided: YES

Leads Provided: No

Agents To Start: 10

Payout: $5 per successful and qualified transfer

Paid Out: Weekly net 7

3. US Mortgage Refi Live Transfer

Target Area: USA

B2b or B2C: B2C

Script Provided: YES

Leads Provided: No

Agents To Start: 10

Payout: $14.00 per call if connect_duration > 120 sec and in_region and during_hours

Paid Out: Weekly net 7

 

4. US Credit Card Debt Settlement Live Transfer

Target Area: USA

B2b or B2C: B2C

Script Provided: YES

Leads Provided: No

Agents To Start: 10

Payout: $20 per call if connect duration is 90 Sec and in_regions and during hours

Paid Out: Weekly net 7

 

5. US Back Brace Live Transfer

Target Area: USA

B2b or B2C: B2C

Script Provided: YES

Leads Provided: No

Agents To Start: 10

Payout: $20 per call if connect duration is 90 Sec and in_regions and during hours

Paid Out: Weekly net 7

 

6. US Solar Energy Lead Generation

Target Area: USA (CA Only)

B2b or B2C: B2C

Script Provided: YES

Leads Provided: No

Agents To Start: 10

Payout: $20

Paid Out: bi-Weekly net 15

 

7. US Auto Waranty Live Transfer

Target Area: USA

B2b or B2C: B2C

Script Provided: YES

Leads Provided: No

Agents To Start: 10

Payout: $20

Paid Out: bi-Weekly Net 15

 

 

8. US Education Live Transfer

Target Area: USA

B2b or B2C: B2C

Script Provided: YES

Leads Provided: No

Agents To Start: 10

Payout: $8 per Match and $35 WT to schools

Paid Out: Monthly Net 15

 

 

9. US Health Insurance Live Transfer

Target Area: USA

B2b or B2C: B2C

Script Provided: YES

Leads Provided: No

Agents To Start: 10

Payout: $6.50 per transfer if connect duration 120 sec

Paid Out: Monthly Net 15

 

10. US Home Security Sale

Target Area: USA

B2b or B2C: B2C

Script Provided: YES

Leads Provided: Yes

Agents To Start: 10

Payout: $250-$1250 per install

Paid Out: Weekly Net 14

 

11. UK Auto Loans CPL

Target Area: United Kingdom

B2b or B2C: B2C

Script Provided: YES

Leads Provided: No

Agents To Start: 10

Payout: $3

Paid Out: Monthly Net 15

 

 

12. UK Short Terms Loan CPL

Target Area: United Kingdom

B2b or B2C: B2C

Script Provided: YES

Leads Provided: No

Agents To Start: 10

Payout: $35

Paid Out: Monthly Net 15

 

13. UK Car Finance Sale Process

Target Area: United Kingdom

B2b or B2C: B2C

Script Provided: YES

Leads Provided: No

Agents To Start: 10

Payout: $200

Paid Out: Monthly Net 15

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Site is Denmark based, but may also be from the United Kingdom

Website: jhagvi.com
Title: Home
Domain Age: 1 Years, 187 Days
Website Speed: Average
Owner: MIyan Shafeeq
Owner Address: 9 billington road
Owner City: London
Owner Postcode: se14 5qh
Owner Country : United Kingdom

Website Location: Denmark
Probable website origin:-
75%; Denmark
18%; United Kingdom
7%; Netherlands

Notes:-
Alert Result: This website is 1 Years old

Domain registry data:

Domain Name: jhagvi.com
Registry Domain ID: 1837617340_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.ascio.com
Registrar URL: http://www.ascio.com
Updated Date: 2014-11-02T00:23:01Z
Creation Date: 2013-12-02T12:02:03Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2015-12-02T12:02:06Z
Registrar: Ascio Technologies, Inc
Registrar IANA ID: 106
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@ascio.com
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +44.2070159370
Reseller:
Domain Status: OK
Registry Registrant ID:
Registrant Name: MIyan Shafeeq
Registrant Organization:
Registrant Street: 9 billington road
Registrant City: London
Registrant State/Province:
Registrant Postal Code: se14 5qh
Registrant Country: GB
Registrant Phone: +44.7937946819
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax:
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Registrant Email: shafeeq1@live.com
Registry Admin ID:
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Admin Organization: One.com
Admin Street: Kalvebod Brygge 24
Admin City: Copenhagen V
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Admin Postal Code: 1560
Admin Country: DK
Admin Phone: +45.46907100
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Tech Organization: One.com
Tech Street: Kalvebod Brygge 24
Tech City: Copenhagen V
Tech State/Province:
Tech Postal Code: 1560
Tech Country: DK
Tech Phone: +45.46907100
Tech Phone Ext:
Tech Fax: +45.70205872
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Name Server: ns01.one.com
Name Server: ns02.one.com
DNSSEC: unsigned
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Earnings of Thieves Selling Your Personal Data Online
by Rudolf Faix Saturday, May 30, 2015 5:56 AM

dark keyboardWith a record number of ruptures in the U.S. amid 2014, more individual data is coasting around on the web than at any other time in recent memory some time recently. Yet, your saving money information, well-being records and even your Facebook account all accompany a sticker on the dark web.

The dark web is the place the commercial centers for stolen information exist. The dark web exists on the "deep web," which is the piece of the web that is not indexed by ordinary web indexes, as Google. To get to these dark corners of the web exceptional programming called Tor must be utilized. 

While Mastercard data can offer for just a couple bucks on underground market sites, well-being records keep running about $50 per record, as per a report by Dell SecureWorks. Bank account data is a higher ticket thing and can offer for $1,000 or all the more relying upon the amount of cash is in the record.

Purchasers can even purchase somebody's online networking record for about $50 or get an altogether new character in addition to a coordinating service bill for just about $350. 

Here's a speedy take a gander at what other individual data goes for on the dull web, as indicated by the report:

 

  • Bank certification: $1,000 in addition to (6% of the aggregate dollar sum in the record) 
  • U.S. credit card with track information (account number, expiration date, name, etc.): $12
  • EU, Asia credit card with track data: $28
  • Website hacking: $100 to $300
  • Copied social security cards: $250 and $400
  • Copied driver's license: $100 to $150

 

Be that as it may, lawbreakers aren't the main ones paying for your lost individual data. Organizations that are influenced by information breaks are needing to shell out a considerable measure of cash for every record that gets spilled in an information rupture.

The normal worldwide expense of a lost or stolen information record for an organization in 2014 was $154, that is a 23% expansion since 2013, as indicated by a study by IBM and the Ponemon Institute distributed Wednesday. The expense incorporates the legal and investigative work expected to address a rupture, and additionally the expense of wholesale fraud programs for individuals whose records were spilled.

Human services organizations are needing to pay the most with the normal cost for a lost information record coming to $363. Furthermore, retailers' expense per record went from $105 in 2013 to $165 in 2014.

The surge in information breaks, particularly those created by sorted out wrongdoing, is driving the expense of lost or stolen records for organizations, said Marc van Zadeloff, VP of system and item for IBM security.

Only in the US, there was a sum of 783 information breaks a year ago, a 27.5% increment from 2013, as per the Identity Theft Resource Center. What's more, as indicated by the IBM report, 47% of ruptures in its study were created by a malevolent or criminal assault. 

“As you see the rise of malicious organized criminals, they become harder to track and trace and remediate,” Zedeloff said. “These criminals on the dark web are collaborating, sharing techniques and malware and when they break in, they are very good. They are able to stay on systems longer, they are stealthier and therefore they are more costly for organizations.”

While customers who are influenced by a break may be given wholesale fraud protection, there's still a couple of things they can do to take their security into their own hands, Zedeloff said.

To start with, never utilize the same password for different services and change passwords frequently. Second, make a point to have the most recent security on the majority of your gadgets and utilize two variable confirmation when accessible. Also, last, look out for any sort of suspicious action. Whether its a shady email, a companion demand from somebody you don't know or odd action on any of your accounts, be proactive in checking everything from your social records to your bank accounts.

 

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