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moving target advertising - SCAM

Postby johnmitchell » Tuesday 27 August 2013, 11:36

Saw a post about this company but no replies anybody got any information or had any dealings
with them?
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Re: moving target advertising

Postby Rwill » Tuesday 27 August 2013, 12:16

Looks lovely doesn't it until you realise that what is being offered is a training manual/cd and access to one of their experts for the sum of just £70...............sounds too familiar to me.
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Re: moving target advertising

Postby bramble43 » Sunday 2 February 2014, 22:48

http://www.moving-target-advertising.net

This is now 100% confirmed to be a scam.

It is ran by the same scum that are behind simplysameday and courier-hub scams

They laughably offer £250 per month, per sign on any car or van, even if you just drive it to work and back and can use up to 8 signs. £2000 per month for driving your car to work, are people gullible enough to fall for such obvious horse poo?
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Re: moving target advertising

Postby gofer » Monday 3 February 2014, 18:50

This has been around for years under different names and guises.
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Re: moving target advertising

Postby bramble43 » Monday 3 February 2014, 19:24

Indeed.

This time it's those thieving scum bags from behind various other deceptions.
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Re: moving target advertising

Postby markgg » Wednesday 5 February 2014, 12:42

Wow, all that money just for driving to work and back.

Just imagine how much we could earn if we drove up and down the country with the signage on our vans.
This time next year we could be Millionaires.

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Re: moving target advertising

Postby bramble43 » Tuesday 18 February 2014, 08:32

A new one for the portfolio of the scummer behind this.

L G Express is their latest scam, £45 for 6 months membership

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Re: moving target advertising - SCAM

Postby EnsonExpress » Tuesday 18 February 2014, 11:00

I like it!

Welcome to LG Express
A Division of New Way BS

Presumably that's male bovine excrement?

They're rubbish - no courier guide. But it's also less 5% commission.

Their sample workload for the last 24 hours - supposedly based on my IP address. How different is it for you? (shows at the bottom of the courier application form).

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Re: moving target advertising - SCAM

Postby Quick Step » Tuesday 18 February 2014, 11:29

EnsonExpress wrote:Their sample workload for the last 24 hours - supposedly based on my IP address. How different is it for you? (shows at the bottom of the courier application form).

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That's identical to mine, but then I'm only about 35 miles from you Dennis.

Love the New Way BS - You couldn't make it up! :lol:
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Re: moving target advertising - SCAM

Postby brummieadam » Tuesday 18 February 2014, 14:50

first came across this on a british airways flight in there in house mag , it was listed as a way of students to earn 50 quid a week by just hanging around , a sticker on the fiat panda mom and dad brought and viola free money , i smelt a rat and thought nothing more about it

i guess theres a possibility to earn a buck or 2 given there are transits with that wedge of cheese on them badly parked in vrs places but it cant work with just cars given there is 1 or 2 around so who would ever notice
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Re: moving target advertising - SCAM

Postby EnsonExpress » Tuesday 18 February 2014, 17:09

Read the scam again - all they do is send you a list of companies. It's up to you to get the business!!
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Re: moving target advertising - SCAM

Postby bramble43 » Tuesday 18 February 2014, 18:06

That would make it slightly better but they send nothing.


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Re: moving target advertising - SCAM

Postby EnsonExpress » Tuesday 18 February 2014, 18:48

WHAT??? You mean it's WORSE than the Ex Pert and you don't get a list?
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Re: moving target advertising - SCAM

Postby bramble43 » Wednesday 19 February 2014, 08:48

Exactly, no guide telling you how to earn your fortune and followed up with a list of people who either went out of business 5 years ago or who pay 55p per mile
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