Shush! AdViewGlobal Promoters Get Tongue-Tied

Here’s how one AdViewGlobal (AVG) promoter put it in a message to his list:

“Ad View Global is now known as AV Global Association. AV Global Association is a private membership association. To help protect the members of this private association, I will no longer discuss AVG in my Newsletter.”

He did not mention that AVG is taking advice from Karl Dahlstrom of Pro Advocate Group.  Dahlstrom, in 1997, was sentenced to 78 months in federal prison for his role in a securities scheme. Nor did the promoter mention that Dahlstrom’s daughter also was sentenced to prison.

No one at the Pro-AdSurfDaily Surf’s Up forum has mentioned it either. A sister site for AVG set up by some of the Surf’s Up Mods and members, however, also has gone underground. A couple of weeks ago the AdViewGlobal forum anointed Curtis Richmond a “hero” for intervening in the ASD case, but never told members about Richmond’s conviction for threatening federal judges.

Nor did the AdViewGlobal forum tells members about an order by a federal judge for Richmond and others to pay nearly $110,000 in damages and costs to public officials harmed by an organized nuisance campaign. Richmond is a member of a Utah “Indian” tribe the judge ruled a sham, saying the “tribe’s” efforts to undermine the legal system by filing vexatious lawsuits and trying to collect enormous judgments against public officials amounted to racketeering.

BizAdSplash

Here’s what the first promoter cited above had to say about BizAdSplash, yet another surf with ties to ASD that came to life in the aftermath of the government seizure of assets linked to ASD in August and December.

“I think it is best to leave the percentages off my Newsletter going forward. For those who are already members of Biz Ad Splash, you can see the daily calculations by going to your Ad Package History and then clicking on any one of your active ad packs.

“Biz Ad Splash announced over the weekend that they are discontinuing the Strict Pay payment processor. Strict Pay is having some problems right now which has caused Biz Ad Splash to stop using them for the time being at least.”

Early promoters of BizAdSplash linked it to Clarence Busby, the operator of GoldenPandaAdBuilder. Assets linked to Golden Panda were seized in the ASD probe. Busby was called a “special consultant” to BizAdSplash. Other promoters said he was the owner.

Like ASD President Andy Bowdoin and ASD attorney Robert Garner, Busby has been named a defendant in a racketeering lawsuit.

The BizAdSplash promoter did not mention banking problems in Panama and elsewhere in Latin America and the Caribbean created by the collapse of the R. Allen Stanford Ponzi in Antigua. Three of three surfs that sprouted up after the government seizure of assets linked to ASD claimed ties to Panama or South America. These included BizAdSplash, AVG and AdGateWorld.

All three surfs are trolling for cash in particularly odious ways right now — and this on the heels of other surfs that collapsed in the wake of the Stanford Ponzi. The extent of Stanford’s troubles on the autosurf trade is unclear, but two surfs — PAC and Aggero Investment — flamed out in spectacular fashion in the past week, and promoters for both surfs claimed the programs were safe because they were offshore.

Both PAC and Aggero Investment collected money until the bitter end, saying things were just fine.

Boom! They were gone.

And, speaking of “gone,” MegaLido also is gone. The first promoter cited above promoted it, too, and he’s also promoting AdGateWorld.

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3 Responses to “Shush! AdViewGlobal Promoters Get Tongue-Tied”

  1. http://www.ustaxcourt.gov/InOpHistoric/amctrustopinion.TCM.WPD.pdf

    Did you see this example of how Dahlstrom “helped” these people right into tax evasion charges? It’s a riot……..You’ll see the AVG “private association” on every page, especially toward the end of the document when they talk about the responsibilities of the “trustees.” On the bottom of page l5 the Court writes: For tax year l994, reported in l995 the Haneys reported significant income tax liability. “The next year they met with Dahlstron.” Page l6, The Court: “Dahlstrom, however, had been in the abusive trust business for many years.”

    Speaking of asset protection, here is an interesting link, back from 2004:
    http://www.assetprotectioncorp.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=next_topic;f=1;t=000798;go=older

    Yeah, this is someone you really want to follow…….

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    Hey Pat

    I Just got through reading your article, which delineated Biz Ad Splash as a scam company. It’s too bad your not balanced enough to bring out the distinct differences between BAS and the others. Unlike the other companies you mentioned, BAS has structure and mandatory requirements each rep has to meet before qualifying for income. Not to mention, if there are no daily sales, there are no earnings. What’s worse, you already know this. Given your position, you have influence and a great opportunity to make the world a better place, especially in the area of finance; given the crisis we’re all experiencing. Unfortunately, due to your selfish motive you have done just the opposite. I hope this email causes you to look in the mirror and recognize your error. It would be much appreciated if in future articles you would supply sound, credible information to validate such a bias position. This could very well help thousands of families like mine make an honest living during these tough times. We started with Biz Ad Splash about 40 days ago and now are earning about $1000,00 a day!!! Check it out, you and those you advertise to could do the same.

    [Promotional URL Deleted By Admin]

    Thanks!
    Ken

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  3. Ken,

    Are you willing to submit BAS to the Black Box test, and live with the outcome? (and by live with the outcome I mean I will join BAS as your downline if it passes the Black Box test, but you’ll turn over your gains to the AG if it fails the test — which means it is an allegal scam). I’d be happy to do the analysis……

    Ken: Hey PatI Just got through reading your article, which delineated Biz Ad Splash as a scam company. It’s too bad your not balanced enough to bring out the distinct differences between BAS and the others. Unlike the other companies you mentioned, BAS has structure and mandatory requirements each rep has to meet before qualifying for income. Not to mention, if there are no daily sales, there are no earnings. What’s worse, you already know this. Given your position, you have influence and a great opportunity to make the world a better place, especially in the area of finance; given the crisis we’re all experiencing. Unfortunately, due to your selfish motive you have done just the opposite. I hope this email causes you to look in the mirror and recognize your error. It would be much appreciated if in future articles you would supply sound, credible information to validate such a bias position. This could very well help thousands of families like mine make an honest living during these tough times. We started with Biz Ad Splash about 40 days ago and now are earning about $1000,00 a day!!! Check it out, you and those you advertise to could do the same.[Promotional URL Deleted By Admin]Thanks!Ken

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