ALERT! South Carolina Man Links to $100M+ in Alleged Scams

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According to sources, some free trials use general names that appear to make it hard for consumers to log complaints online and even more difficult for regulators to connect the dots.  With no “brand” name to trace, some trial operators are able to relabel and rebrand to keep the money from rebills churning.

Bottom line is that shutting down free trial scams with civil forfeiture claims may put a temporary dent in the wallets of the UBOs, but it doesn’t stop them from rebranding and doing it all over again.   It appears that the only way to permanently stop free trials that utilize bank fraud schemes is to file criminal charges against the primary operators, just like U.S. Attorney John Huber did in the Johnson case.

U.S. Attorney John Huber led the Jerermy Johnson prosecution, creating the case law to go after negative option marketers that provide false information to banks to acquire MIDs for negative option processing.

Claim You Don’t Own The Trial Offer Because Your Name Isn’t On it

Many of the true operators behind free trials are difficult to identify because their names are not listed on the companies processing the credit card transactions.   As the ultimate beneficiary officers, or UBOs, there are often many layers between the “signers” and the true operators.

Bethany Childs

Kyrie McDougall. Didn’t u just show me a pic of these two?

Ella Nielsen

Hope they lock them up and throw away the keys!

Kay Dotson

Hope he goes to jail and I hope they take everything he has and gives the people back their money plus some. Hope he is left with nothing and owes for a long time. I can't stand a lier and a thief. If you want something work for it honesty. Piece of trash.

Scott Vallentine

He doesn't look smart enough to have pulled this off.

John Reaves

Cindy Turner Reaves

Billy Cook Jr.

I wanna see her feet

Lisa Moore Gilbert

Sum bags

Pablo Paul

Shit, he my idol

Cheryl Erckert

These people suck. I did this free trial once and read the fine print you have 14 days to cancel however you don’t receive your product for like 20 days so it’s tough to cancel when you don’t even have it to test it and that’s how they start charging your credit card. POS should go to prison.

Mark Gibson

If he was that smart he burried enough to not have to worry about money whenever he gets out of jail then again he might not get out to spend it.

Steve Vetrone

Needs a sledge hammer on his sticky fingers

Scott Meenen

A Scam is only a Scam if you fall for it.

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Richard Casio

Karma will come back

Benna Thompson

Politician????

Kyle Pack

He’s trying to get that next movie deal!!

Edmond Dontaes

Spencer Hiers They looking for you brother

Chris Landis

This is clearly fake! You're trying to tell me this guy has $100 million dollars and his girl looks like that?!..psssh hell naw

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Brendan Edens

And no one has just gone in and stomped their ass? I sure as hell wouldve, but Im also not trying free trials of anything. Its almost always bs.. no matter what, they wouldnt be keeping my money.

Scott Yearwood

Hang him In Public

William Laureano

Both those men

Daniel Townsend

Put this dummy out of business and straight to jail

JC Carman

Looks like Patrick Westcott lol