I found an advertisement a few weeks ago, where something told me there is something wrong. It made me interested and i started with my standard procedure, which I have described at "How to identify scammer by using free tools from the Internet".
The only thing, that I could find is that the guy has used the picture from the author Brad Scott. His domain has been hidden behind an anonymizing service, This has leaded me to my second step in my investigation, which is described in "Using Google for making a background check of your business partner", because only this one are hiding themselves, which have something to hide,
After a few hours I got the result that Kevin Steve from USA is in reality or is working for Kareem Sallam from Egypt. For this I have published my result as an comment to his offer for warning others at LinkedIn:
@Kevin Steve aka Khareem Sallam from Egypt:
As you are not the author Brad Scott, why do you use his picture (http://imagesbybrad.com/about-brad/)?
Why do you hide your domain (streamtelecom.net [2016-02-25: Link removed - Domain already not exists]), which got created on Jan. 9, 2014 behind an anonymizer?
The link on the site https://cpanel.streamtelecom.net/ [2016-02-25: Link removed - Domain already not exists] has no valid certificate. There are a lot free certificating agencies available for getting easy a valid certificate.
You'll find at http://www.betternetworker.com/members/kmsallam a man called Kareem Sallam, which has written there that his websites are http://www.connect2phone.net and http://www.streamtelecom.net.
Kareem Sallam has a LinkedIn Profile too: http://www.linkedin.com/in/ksallam and even there he has written that he is the Managing Director of connect2phone.
The site connect2phone.net is 1.5 years old, and has already a bad reputation. https://www.linkedin.com/groups/BEWARE-TRANSACTING-KAREEM-SALAM-FROM-1925996.S.5861118759661486081
Do you think that this is a trustworthy base for a business?
Update Feb. 25, 2016: Link to streamtelecom.net removed as the domain does already not exist.
Update Jan. 18, 2017: Link to connect2phone.net removed as the domain already does not exist.