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List of Different SEO scammers Email

List of Different SEO scammers Email

Has your website been contacted for publication with a monetary reward? The following are classed a scammers and don’t pay afterwards.

  1. monashezadiseo@gmail.com
  2. egray867@gmail.com
  3. asad@neverstopmedia.com
  4. shoaibsaddique23@gmail.com
  5. refiliazayn44@gmail.com
  6. noorulhaq78678@gmail.com
  7. mayank@eseosolutions.com
  8. clarkmoris9@gmail.com
  9. cameron.krugerseo@gmail.com
  10. walichseo786@gmail.com
  11. gullbrother07@gmail.com
  12. thomeshebret@gmail.com
  13. asimzia1567@gmail.com
  14. palreshu541@gmail.com
  15. josefhoney026@gmail.com
  16. qualityguestpostservice@gmail.com
  17. sundasabacus@gmail.com
  18. palreshu541@gmail.com
  19. khanzarawork@gmail.com
  20. mayank@eseosolutions.com
  21. lauraphillips878@gmail.com
  22. ok4937342@gmail.com
  23. jeebutt439@gmail.com
  24. ozzyraja32@gmail.com
  25. guestpostoutreach2@gmail.com
  26. george.andrew@oxylabsgrowth.io
  27. eruj.zubair@tekrevol.com
  28. hanan1010290368@gmail.com
  29. hamzashoiab315@gmail.com
  30. malikhusnian912@gmail.com
  31. fojbok@gmail.com
  32. hassannajeeb2120@gmail.com
  33. arslanmehmood100134@gmail.com
  34. iqbal1002896757@gmail.com
  35. abidnajam6@gmail.com
  36. marketing.agency.usa@gmail.com
  37. maazsheikh00786@gmail.com
  38. sharmaannat718@gmail.com
  39. felixsilas693@gmail.com
  40. k.b@webmediagroup.org
  41. dangakich@gmail.com
  42. karenalucy46@gmail.com
  43. anantoutreach@gmail.com
  44. vineetsmith30@gmail.com
  45. samoonlalaiftkhar@gmail.com
  46. fatimike33@gmail.com
  47. alexjorge5544@gmail.com
  48. parkgrason@gmail.com
  49. margartlissa@gmail.com
  50. www.aliahmad808@gmail.com
  51. alibutt3070@gmail.com
  52. mahajannidhi309@gmail.com
  53. alexwalton954@gmail.com
  54. elenasmithh93@gmail.com
  55. alessandraanna1055@gmail.com
  56. alessandraanna1055@gmail.com
  57. alyssajacey5@gmail.com
  58. elanieapolline43@gmail.com
  59. guestpost67@gmail.com
  60. basitwaris6@gmail.com
  61. saniseouk@gmail.com
  62. bancroftchris44@gmail.com
  63. f.glowjutt@gmail.com
  64. galangalan306@gmail.com
  65. vegasventage@gmail.com
  66. terenkig33@gmail.com
  67. bancroftchris44@gmail.com
  68. bradpeterson@precisionsy.com
  69. ferwa1993@gmail.com
  70. outreach.leelija@gmail.com
  71. arbabtariq1gbob@gmail.com
  72. k19021016@gmail.com
  73. k3919820@gmail.com
  74. mimran28227@gmail.com
  75. arshimahasham@gmail.com
  76. sanabibi097@gmail.com
  77. mrarcher155@gmail.com
  78. ellalogan1991@gmail.com
  79. evilythoma@gmail.com
  80. maxewell9@gmail.com
  81. miannomi6467@gmail.com
  82. sanabibi097@gmail.com
  83. sheezasheezamazaffar456@gmail.com
  84. maxewell9@gmail.com
  85. usmanseo.g@gmail.com
  86. adilshah1239906668@gmail.com
  87. mahiabid83@gmail.com
  88. ben500947@gmail.com
  89. k19021016@gmail.com
  90. saimqs021@gmail.com
  91. mukhtarriaz644@gmail.com
  92. eden.ving@gmail.com
  93. eliseemma878@gmail.com
  94. henrycomila@gmail.com
  95. travisrylan999@gmail.com
  96. harrybrock80@gmail.com
  97. devvivaan2@gmail.com
  98. abhiseknal0000@gmail.com
  99. billbroan3@gmail.com
  100. mayapatil281995@gmail.com
  101. abid2mahi@gmail.com
  102. mariaanthony090@gmail.com
  103. jhonseo52@gmail.com
  104. currans637@gmail.com
  105. Hema.seth@intellipaat.com
  106. millerjohn0852@gmail.com
  107. itsmishacollins08@gmail.com
  108. lukeemma06@gmail.com
  109. ishusinghseo12@gmail.com
  110. millerjohn0852@gmail.com
  111. kajial225@gmail.com
  112. averillmark148@gmail.com
  113. usmanjose1@gmail.com
  114. morconi74@gmail.com
  115. j7688124@gmail.com
  116. rajeshkumaryadav98@gmail.com
  117. builderlink85@gmail.com
  118. mitchell@halvorsonmediagroup.com
  119. sajawalyounask012@gmail.com
  120. sknashabbir@gmail.com
  121. seolinkswebs@gmail.com
  122. jamesunderson678@gmail.com
  123. jackleach470@gmail.com
  124. rashikasharm11@gmail.com
  125. marjorieramosm@gmail.com
  126. monicaluccille@gmail.com
  127. kw91503@gmail.com
  128. akkiseo952995@gmail.com
  129. benlara4444@gmail.com
  130. juddtrump167@gmail.com
  131. jimmyjhonson5555@gmail.com
  132. najamdeen326@gmail.com
  133. albert@myprofitengine.com
  134. donnawillison50@gmail.com
  135. sainadeem647@gmail.com
  136. officelevoevoline@gmail.com
  137. sainadeem647@gmail.com
  138. taylorbenz111@gmail.com
  139. maxwillaim997@gmail.com
  140. ansraza686@gmail.com
  141. leviandersonseo@gmail.com
  142. vladzakharov@admixglobal.com
  143. seohob.com@gmail.com
  144. anastasiasteele086@gmail.com
  145. infobarchart@gmail.com
  146. bordsiti35@gmail.com
  147. kanifix669@gmail.com

React.org – the ugly side

It appears certain members from React.org are attempting to take down legitimate websites. Of course, this seriously lowers the authority of React.org and their ambitions moving forwards.

Lies and threatening behavior have been witnessed from a certain member, which certainly can result in true legal actions.

Member Name: Ivona Antic
LinkedIn: https://mk.linkedin.com/in/ivona-antic-0bb58923
Website: React.org

Outcome: Vetting of the members, ensuring members don’t use the website as a threating delivery to legal ventures. Due to this, we request the possible suspension of react.org website visibility in Britain – at a request, the member and website will be investigated.

We’ll continue to update this article with our on-going investigation.

The ‘middle man’ marketing scam that catches out website owners and blog / website publishers

Added: 13/03/2020

Email: mail.grunbaum@gmail.com
Using another person’s real LinkedIn profile (they are posing as a real person who works in ads) and link to it within their email.

Scam: Acting as a third party within marketing, operating on email and LinkedIn. Gains trust from a website owner, becomes the ‘middle-man’ between that owner and websites. After securing marketing deals with website owners, he bills the owner and never pays the website from where he secured the marketing.

Outcome: Owner loses his marketing after it is taken down, possibly loses funds too if unable to claim back. The marketing website delivers what is free advertising temporarily, but this is later taken offline once the website owner realizes a scam is happening.

Where does the fault lie? When conducting a digital marketing campaign, it’s your duty to hire those who aren’t scammers. Thus, you are ultimately responsible for any payments in regards to compensation to the website owners of whom also became a victim.

What can you do? Learn your lesson. Don’t hire the wrong people to pilot your campaigns. Next, claim your money back immediately from the scammer – begin a PayPal dispute. Thirdly, ensure the website from where you received free marketing (briefly) understands the situation and offer to work with them directly – after all, it isn’t their fault that you hired a scammer.

Google Ads: Don’t become a Victim of Fraud

If you are a small business owner, then you might have considered using Google Ads. However, Google Ads has an area of opportunity for scammers due to a system flaw and scammers are taking full advantage. Continue reading.

What is Google Ads?

AdWords, recently re-branded as Google Ads, is an advertising service delivered by Google for businesses wishing to display ads on the Google search engine and its ad network. The program allows a business to set a budget for advertising which is charged per-click. The ad service is largely focused on keywords via bidding.

What’s the Scam?

Due to the general complexity involved with Google Ads, many business owners create an account and then consider hiring an admin. The admin is generally tasked with creating a campaign, creating bidding strategies and similar. However, this is where things can get ugly.

The Scenario

You Created the Account, it’s your payment method attached to the account, but Google allow an Admin to pilot the account ignoring the card owner and original account creator. In other words, if this admin suddenly decides to do something untoward (fraud), then there is little you can do (Google Ads protects the person committing fraud).  

It’s your account, since you created it, you attached your own payment method, however, the admin can simply delete you, spend at full wish (on their own ads) and Google will only listen to the admin of which deleted you (with your payment method attached).  

Of course, this is a hijack and once you have zero control of your card (when you cannot access the account due to the scammer deleting you) it becomes fraud. To be clear, the definition of fraud is: wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain.

Where might you find this type of Scammer?

You are likely to come across this type of scam on a Freelancing website. Tech savvy scammers can take full advantage of this loophole and they prey on newcomers of whom are seeking help but have little to no experience with Google Ads. They’ll likely convince you to make them an admin (no warning provided about the dangers you can encounter from Google), and they’ll begin as you’d expect, creating your campaign and winning your trust. You’ll be tempted to deliver great feedback as they possibly generate positive results, however, that’s how they can build a good feedback profile (month one, good feedback, month two scam happens).

As can be seen below, the scammer is generating negative feedback due to their actions, username: seosea01. Freelancer.com

What Does the Scammer Gain?

As mentioned before, most people involved with Google Ads are tech savvy, and it takes such an induvial to conduct the scam. For example, they may have their own websites in place or other clients from where they can use your card to generate leads for themselves.

What can you do if you fall victim?

Call Google (if you can): Such a scammer with likely select Saturday or Sunday as the opportunity to do something untoward. Why? Google Ads isn’t available on the telephone at weekends – clearly a good time for such a scam to happen from a scammers point of view. It leaves you unable to talk with the Google Ads team.

Based on experience, Google will take you on a trail and actually communicate with the scammer (admin) opposed to you as the account creator, of course, the admin (scammer) replies with something such as: “we don’t wish for the user to be involved with the account”. Thus, your account, from which you created along with your payment details, is no longer in your control (fraud).

It is important to contact your bank since fraud has happened.

Advice?
Be wary about assigning an admin to a Google Ads account. Avoid people who demand admin access. Use a trusted company to run the ads for you.

How Can We Stop This Scam From Happening?

Google has the ability to change this, however Google appear totally unwilling to acknowledge this (support team) and thus, it might take government intervention.

Google should consider the creator of a Google Ads account as the overall authority. Admins shouldn’t be able to simply delete the account creator from where there is no comeback, especially when the account creator’s payment details remain live. Google should work closely with the account creator and treat other invited users lower down within the account hierarchy. A common-sense approach should be applied. Without this, tech savvy scammers will abuse the Google Ads system.