661-469-8014 – SCAMMERS – SPAMMERS

661-469-8014 – SCAMMERS – SPAMMERS

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661-469-8014 has been reported as a phone number used in telephone scams. We called the number back and it goes to a fake “remove from call list” computer.

 

 

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(347) 706-4838 – 3477064838 – SPAMMER / SCAM

(347) 706-4838 – 3477064838 – SPAMMER / SCAM

3477064838 is linked to a spammer calling people claiming to be with multiples companies. If you call back some Indian mother fucker answers and says “IT Support….Hello?….Hello?”

Comment below if you also have received a spam call from them.

360-663-9001 – SCAMMERS – SPAMMERS

360-663-9001 – SCAMMERS – SPAMMERS





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360-663-9001 – SCAMMERS – SPAMMERS

CALL FROM: 3606639001

CALLER: Unknown

REPORTED EMAILS LINKED TO THIS #

* alicedaviesloansplc.1@gmail.com
* grohldave558@gmail.com
* grohldavee@gmail.com
* info@alsaedhassan.com
* linsay@mail.uoguelph.ca
* loanservice.dept@outlook.com
* swiftloanservice2@gmail.com

6 Oct 2016
called – no message
didn’t pick up as don’t know anyone in Enumclaw WA
Reply!
7 Oct 2016
Business scammers – looking to get you a loan and assist you with quality management.
Caller: Quality Management Services
Call type: Telemarketer

11 Oct 2016
Same call about once a week. I’m on the do not call registry but….
Reply!
Plumbing Business
12 Oct 2016
They called at 10am on a wednesday. I answer, but no reply was given.
Caller: 360-663-9001
Reply!

12 Oct 2016
“Spam: “You qualify for $250,000 business loan.”
Caller: Didn’t wait to hear.
Call type: Telemarketer

13 Oct 2016
Telemarketer – “Congratulations, your business has been approved for a $250k loan…”
Call type: Telemarketer

13 Oct 2016
Called, no message, looked number up, its a scam…smh
Caller: None
Reply!

13 Oct 2016
Don’t answer…report Pro Cash, Ravensdale WA. Download CallerSmart on your phone. You can find out exactly who is harassing you.
Caller: Pro Cash
Call type: Telemarketer

14 Oct 2016
CALLS DAILY AND THROUGHOUT THE DAY USING DIFFERENT NUMBERS FROM DIFFERENT STATES. “BUSINESS LOAN”
360-663-9001/Washington, 323-540-5157/California, 386-854-9575/Florida, 440-252-9587/Ohio, 828-386-9038/North Carolina, 302-202-1110/Delaware,
Caller: You Qualify for a business loan
Call type: Telemarketer

20 h 0 min ago
Yay! it was blocked!
Caller: scam
2 h 21 min ago
Telemarketer
Reply!



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4803518997 – 480-351-8997 – SPAM

4803518997 – 480-351-8997 – SPAM




This number calls over and over again and never stops. When you try and call back nobody will answer. STOP CALLING! Please leave a reply below if you have recieved a call from 4803518997.

480-351-8997 – SPAM




Criagslist SPAMMER – anna@visavischat.com – visavisachat – 8182090558

Criagslist SPAMMER – anna@visavischat.com – visavisachat – Vis-à-vis Team – 8182090558

Vis-a-Vis

Here we have Anne Foster ( anna@visavischat.com ) from visavischat.com spamming Craigslist with her junk emails. She emails the same thing to every ad she finds online to try and get people to download her app. This is apparently an app from a company called Uniglobe Software Organization @ 2807 BURTON AVE, Burbank California 91504 US. Thank you Anne for the spam! It is people like you that ruin Craigslist.

———————SPAMMY EMAIL——————-
Hi,

I noticed you are advertising services on craigslist .com. I wanted to let you know of a new app that can help you get more exposure and clients.

It’s simple:

1. Download the FREE app from App Store: https://itunes. apple. com/us/app/vis-a-vis/id1006497182?mt=8

2. Sign up for a new account (be sure to use your real email)

3. Specify the language(s) you speak, the service(s) you provide, and your rate ($$$)

Accept the calls from our users and start making money!

Stay connected: Facebook (https://www.facebook .com/VisaVischat/)

—————Vis-a-Vis Domain Registration———————–
Showing results for: VISAVISCHAT.COM
Original Query: www.visavischat.com

Vis-a-Vis Contact Information
Registrant Contact
Name: Uniglobe Software
Organization:
Mailing Address: 2807 BURTON AVE, Burbank California 91504 US
Phone: +1.8182090558
Ext:
Fax:
Fax Ext:
Email:steve.akopyan@gmail.com

Vis-a-Vis Admin Contact
Name: Uniglobe Software
Organization:
Mailing Address: 2807 BURTON AVE, Burbank California 91504 US
Phone: +1.8182090558
Ext:
Fax:
Fax Ext:
Email:steve.akopyan@gmail.com

Vis-a-Vis Tech Contact
Name: Uniglobe Software
Organization:
Mailing Address: 2807 BURTON AVE, Burbank California 91504 US
Phone: +1.8182090558
Ext:
Fax:
Fax Ext:
Email:steve.akopyan@gmail.com

web395 – Web395.com – 847-915-7934 – RUDE CUSTOMER SERVICE

web395 – Web395.com – 847-915-7934 – RUDE CUSTOMER SERVICE

Another group of foreigners trying to get the edge on people. If you call them they think they are better than you. Their website looks horrible too.

 

Have you ever run over a site plan that made you roar with laughter? I don’t mean only something on the site is interesting, however the outline of the site itself is entertaining a result of how frightful it is.

It requires a considerable measure of investment and push to figure out how to legitimately outline a site. There are numerous destinations out there where the originators simply haven’t educated these standards by any means. Favor their hearts.

In this article, we’ll investigate a couple of sites that are cleverly loathsome. To begin with, how about we take a gander at a couple of the plan standards by which I’m utilizing to judge these destinations.

Plan Principles

I’m taking a gander at these destinations because of a few outline standards. They include:

Straightforward route

Appropriate utilization of shading

Appropriate utilization of liveliness

A simple to utilize format

Satisfying to the eye

Suitable to the subject

The plan components don’t hinder the substance

Extraordinary substance that is anything but difficult to discover, explore, devour, and share

Before I Make Fun of Your Website, Let Me First Say This

To begin with, in case you’re the architect of one of the locales I’ve concentrated on here, kindly don’t disapprove of my comments. I don’t expect to bring about you any inconvenience or torment and I’m not ridiculing you. I’m just utilizing these locales as cases and I’m demonstrating to what’s wrong and generally accepted methods to settle it. I intend no insolence. Some of these destinations are composed by starting creators. We as a whole needed to begin some place. What’s more, before you request that see my first endeavors… no.

Additionally, I’m not searching for locales that are simply old. Destinations that haven’t been overhauled in years look loathsome to us now, however they were composed utilizing the plan components of their time. On the off chance that I incorporated an old plan, it wasn’t on account of it’s old – this is on the grounds that there’s something in the outline that is out and out appalling. Obviously a considerable lot of these destinations have been around for some time, yet their outline is out and out, well… you’ll see.

About Web395.com————————————————————————————————————————————–
Phone : 847-915-7934
Email : info@Web395.com

5.189.162.103 – BRUTE FORCE ATTACK

IP: 5.189.162.103

This IP has attacked our site and continues to make thousands of HTTP requests per day attempting to overload our servers.

Kuo kuof@topquestinc.com – SCAMMER

Kuo kuof@topquestinc.com – SCAMMER

Thanks Kuo kuof@topquestinc.com – SCAMMER for the spam!

 

 

SPAMMY EMAIL——————————————

Halloween special part 3 is in effect!!!

 

 

My dear friend ,

       Pick up what u can use ASAP . Most item don’t have  too many in stock , but we would like working together with u make ur sales go up !! and up !! If u have any idea what u want to promo , just feel free share with me . I always try my best working with u ^_* Have a nice weekend ~

 

 

 

Halloween special III  –  From now until Oct 31st  Limited q’y available

 

$85.00 a set                                                                                                                                                                                                                               $35.00 a set

$49.95 for 5 set +/  $44.95 for 10 set + / $39.95 for 20+                                                                $29.95 for 4set+ / $26.00 for 8set+ / $24.95 for 16 set+

T562805BR – 40″ Heavy Duty Reinforced & Adjustable Backhanger Baldric                                                                                                      39 1/4″ 2 PC Ninja Sword Set w/ Leather Back Harness

T633033 – 42″ Sword. 31″ Blade w/ Red Cross & 10 3/4″ Handle.                                                                                                            T636255 – Ninja turtle Sword

                  – Extra Black Leather Scabbard for Sword.

Neha Jadaun – SPAMMER

Neha Jadaun <nehajadaun789@gmail.com> – SPAMMER

Here we have foreigner Neha Jadaun sending us more junk mail. Thanks for the spam Neha Jadaun!

Spammy Email——————————————————————-
Hi There,
Hope you are doing great,
I am Sophia, I want to tell you that we are offering our digital marketing services at a very competitive price and promise to deliver what we commit, I would like to invite you to work with us.
I am sure that you will get good experience with us.
Our Digital Marketing services:-
• SEO (Search Engine Optimization)
• SMO (Social Media Optimization)
• Web Designing and Development
• Mobile Apps Development
Please let me know if you are interested in working with us or you have any query regarding us/our services?
Regards,
Neha
Business Development Manager
Note :- If you do not want any communication with us Please Reply with “NO”.

Why scientists and doctors are saying avoid largely unproven stem cell therapy

A website for five affiliated stem cell clinics, four of them in California, hails a “breakthrough” for Parkinson’s disease:

“Stem Cells Replace Damaged Nerves, Reverse Symptoms.”

For those of you whose lives – or whose loved ones’ lives – have been upended by chronic or incurable conditions such as Parkinson’s, that’s just the kind of breakthrough you’ve been waiting for.

But today, I’m going to pass along some advice about these and other for-profit stem cell treatments that you probably don’t want to hear:

“Steer clear of them. They’re probably taking advantage of you and it’s probably unproven,” says Lawrence Goldstein, director of the Sanford Stem Cell Clinical Center at UC San Diego.

Stem cell science is a relatively new field.

Stem cells hold great potential for medicine because of their ability to develop into different types of cells in the body, and to repair and renew tissue.

But so far, the only stem cell treatments approved for wide use in the U.S. involve stem cell transplants from bone marrow or blood for patients with certain cancers and other disorders, says Sidney Golub, director of the Sue and Bill Gross Stem Cell Research Center at UC Irvine.

Meanwhile, dozens of experimental stem cell treatments are being tested across the country in clinical trials on human subjects.

“There are some really exciting developments showing great promise, but they are unproven at present,” Golub says.

If most stem cell therapies are unproven, how is it that more than 100 clinics across California – and nearly 600 across the country – offer costly stem cell treatments for both cosmetic and medical purposes, ranging from spinal cord injuries to breast augmentation?

Many of these clinics say they use stem cells derived from patients’ own fat and, for related reasons, argue that their treatments are exempt from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s rigorous approval process.

Their websites show heart-wrenching testimonials from patients who have undergone treatments and believe they have benefited. The treatments can cost $15,000, $25,000 or more, and generally aren’t covered by health insurance.

If you’re swayed by the testimonials, if you’ve tried every other treatment, and even if you have the money to burn, you should still steer clear, according to nearly every expert I consulted.

“If somebody is telling you something that’s too good to be true, it’s too good to be true,” Golub says.

In addition to spending thousands of dollars on a therapy that may not help, you could experience undesirable medical side effects, the experts warn.

“The risk is far greater than the potential benefit,” says Mary Bass, director of public policy at Americans for Cures, a patient advocacy group that supports stem cell research for chronic diseases and injuries.

“There are really no shortcuts in the scientific discovery process. Shortcuts come at grave cost to patients’ health, now or down the line,” Bass says.

The FDA, too, says in a statement for consumers that it is “concerned” that patients may be “vulnerable to unscrupulous providers of stem cell treatments that are illegal and potentially harmful.”

Kevin McCormack, director of patient advocate outreach for the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, the state’s stem cell agency, acknowledges that patients don’t want to hear this kind of advice.

“They’ve often explored every other option and don’t have anything left,” McCormack says.

But there may be something you can do, he says: Search for a scientifically sound clinical trial that is testing a stem cell therapy for your condition.

One trustworthy place to look, McCormack says, is the Alpha Stem Cell Clinics Network – three clinics in Southern California specializing in stem cell clinical trials that are funded by the regenerative medicine institute.

They have more than 20 trials underway for conditions ranging from HIV to ovarian cancer, he says.

“If there’s something at one of those clinics, you know it’s legitimate and as safe as can be,” McCormack says.

To find other stem cell clinical trials, start with the government-run ClinicalTrials.gov database.

But be cautious. Some for-profit stem cell clinics post on that site, and patients who want to participate in their “studies” must pay for the cost of the treatment.

If you identify a trial that might fit your situation, do some digging, says Cathy Danielson, a stem cell patient advocate based in Oregon.

“Start asking questions, start posting on online forums,” she says.

“Ask who funded it. Follow the money.”

Goldstein urges patients to look for trials that are conducted by academic medical centers or nonprofit medical institutions, and to ask study sponsors if they have received FDA approval for their trials.

“Patients will recognize legitimate clinical trials because, in general, they won’t be charged for the cost of the treatment,” he says.

Finally, if you find a trial, there’s no guarantee you’ll receive the experimental stem cell treatment. That’s because in most trials, some participants – chosen randomly – will receive either a placebo or the current standard of care, while others will get the experimental treatment.

In other words, there are obstacles to obtaining stem cell therapy at this point.

“But things are hopeful,” Bass says.

“We’re really on the verge of great discoveries. The hard part is remembering to have the patience and understanding about the scientific discovery process.”

Questions for Emily Bazar: AskEmily@kff.org.

This story was produced by Kaiser Health News, which publishes California Healthline, a service of the California HealthCare Foundation.