Narc That Car Promoter Sets Sights On Critics, Says He Is In ‘Real Know’ And Can Help Prospects Conduct ‘Real Legitimate Due Diligence’

A Cash For Car Plates ad for Narc That Car was videotaped in a parking lot of the Giant Eagle supermarket chain, but did not say whether Narc That Car participants needed permission from Giant Eagle to record the license-plate numbers of patrons.

After describing people who question the Narc That Car multilevel-marketing (MLM) program as “haters” and clever wordsmiths bent on publishing misinformation about the “opportunity,” a Narc That Car promoter now says a conference call will be held to “share the actual facts.”

The call will be conducted on Feb. 14 — Valentine’s Day, according to Jah, who runs the Cash For Car Plates Blog and reports he has a Narc That Car downline “team” of more than 100 members.

Jah posted the URL for his Cash For Car Plates pitches on the PP Blog. Ownership data for the Cash For Car Plates web domain, an affiliate site that promotes Narc That Car, suggests the site is owned by Ohio resident Ajamu Kafele.

A man by the same name, in the same Ohio county and city and at the same street address listed in the Cash For Car Plates domain-registration was charged civilly earlier this decade with practicing law without a license. Jah has neither confirmed nor denied he is the same person.

The Ohio Supreme Court ruled in 2006 that Ajamu Kafele had engaged in the unauthorized practice of law in a banking and mortgage-foreclosure case involving a third party, and assessed him a $1,000 civil penalty.

Kafele was enjoined by the Supreme Court from further unauthorized practice of law.

“Respondent’s misguided attempts to represent Divine Endeavors, L.L.C., illustrate why the practice of law must be strictly limited to licensed attorneys,” the Supreme Court ruled. “The practice of law is exacting even with the required legal and ethical training, and the legal system cannot adequately safeguard the public’s interest unless it assures a core level of professional competence and integrity.”

Cash For Car Plates argued on the PP Blog that the Narc That Car program was perfectly legal.

“The fact is that if google maps can establish a video feed of your public information address and zoom in to your front door, one can definitely obtain open public display of license plates for the purpose of building a national database for multiple beneficial purposes,” Cash For Car Plates said. “Heck we are all being filmed in our cars by video cameras around the cities of America, some that can get snap shot of your face while in the car.”

After asserting he provided Narc That Car “training” and claiming to “Truly Know” the Narc That Car program, Cash For Car Plates declined to answer several questions posed by the PP Blog about the propriety, safety and legality of the Narc That Car program.

Cash For Car Plates said he was not “getting into back and forth meaningless arguments,” accusing critics of  “spreading clear ‘hate’ for this business.”

Here are some of the questions we posed:

  • Do Narc That Car members need the permission of store managers [such as managers of Walmart, Best Buy and Giant Eagle] to record the plate numbers of patrons?
  • How should Narc That Car promoters behave if confronted by a store manager or patron?
  • Who posts bond for a Narc That Car “independent consultant” if he or she gets arrested for defying a private-property owner’s policies, procedures or orders?
  • Should Narc That Car consultants refuse to turn over the paper on which the license numbers are recorded or the video camera or the cell phone on which the license numbers were recorded if approached by the store manager or a concerned patron?
  • What should a Narc That Car promoter do if a store manager or store patron observes license-plate numbers being recorded and says, “Stop that! I’m calling the police?”
  • What should a Narc That Car promoter do if a store manager or patron asks for identification? Flee? Provide it? Argue? Insist they’re authorized to appear on private property and in parking lots maintained by retailers such as Giant Eagle because they’re authorized to do so by Narc That Car or a Narc That Car downline group?
  • Should Narc That Car promoters destroy the papers on which they’ve recorded the plate numbers after entering them into the Narc That Car database? How about the videos? Should they be destroyed?
  • What if the papers and the videos later are needed for evidence and have been destroyed? Should Narc That Car promoters preserve records of all the license plate numbers they record?
  • Does your opinion about Google cover all contingencies? Can it beat back all potential challenges? Is it even valid?

The Cash For Car Plates Blog now says a conference call will be conducted.

“There are a several apparent network marketing would be scam alert sites and blogs spreading incomplete, inaccurate and/or mis-information, and seemingly slanderous claims about the Grand Narc That Car opportunity,” according to the Cash For Car Plates Blog.

“We want to share the actual facts and provide you with Real legitimate due diligence answers to your questions to make it clear that this is the Right opportunity to be involved with here and now!”

The Cash For Car Plates Blog does not explain how it is possible to conduct “real due diligence” on a company that does not publish financial data.

Still, the Cash For Car Plates Blog insists it’s important that Narc That Car members “Get information from people who are in the real ‘know’ about Narc That Car and not those that want to just drive traffic to their sites in an attempt to claim to be ‘helping’ people.”

Visit the Cash For Car Plates Blog. See our earlier story on a Cash For Car Plates video for Narc That Car made in the parking lot of a Giant Eagle supermarket. Visit a Scam.com discussion thread on Narc That Car. Visit a Work-At-Home-Forum thread on Narc That Car.

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13 Responses to “Narc That Car Promoter Sets Sights On Critics, Says He Is In ‘Real Know’ And Can Help Prospects Conduct ‘Real Legitimate Due Diligence’”

  1. http://www.work-at-home-forum.com/reviews-14/cash-for-writing-down-license-plates-narcthatcar-16253-5.html

    I think “freecashman” on this forum above is also Jah. Can you confirm this Patrick?

    It would be nice to let those readers know who is giving them advice.

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  2. My e-mail was flooded yesterday with another company offering the same thing. Data network affiliates . com. Almost the exact same plan and monthly fees.

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  3. char,

    FreeCashMan on the Work At Home Forum uses the same avatar that Jah uses on the Cash For Car Plates Blog. And a URL FreeCashMan posted on the Work At Home Forum goes to the Cash For Car Plates domain registered in the name of Ajamu Kafele. The Work At Home Forum URL for Cash For Car Plates uses the ID of “wah.”

    Based on the common avatars, the common URLs, the common phrases/presentations/writings used by FreeCashMan at the Work At Home Forum, at the Cash For Car Plates Blog and here, I’d say it is possible that Free Cash Man is Jah.

    He can confirm it if he’d like. After all, FreeCashMan, Jah and Cash For Car Plates all are promoting Narc That Car. Jah has used both Jah and Cash For Car Plates here in posts, but did not answer the questions we posed — not even after he claimed to “Truly Know” and to be providing “training” for Narc That Car downline members.

    Patrick

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  4. “Ajamu Kafele” isn’t a common name, so it is possible that “Jah” is the same person, possibly his middle or nickname. There is an “Ajamu Jah Kafele” on facebook:
    http://www.facebook.com/akafele
    One of his “stores” is “MyWelfare2Wealth” which looks typical MLM rubbish.

    char: I think “freecashman” on this forum above is also Jah.

    You could be correct. Another one of his sites is “freeonlinecashsystem.com” – the domain name is similar to “freecashman”.

    admin: Jah has used both Jah and Cash For Car Plates here in posts, but did not answer the questions we posed

    Assuming that this is the same person, he doesn’t link answering questions:
    http://www.websupp.org/data/SDOH/2:03-cv-00638-69-SDOH.pdf

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  5. Maybe it is the same guy and he is casting an even wider net to fleece people by posting numerous websites with the same scam, in hopes more naive people will join one or more of the schemes. The usual old advice applies here, “If it sounds to good to be true, it probably is..” It should be actively investigated federally and statewide as a criminal enterprise.

    Stay away from the crooks and get-rich-quick schemes…. the only one that gets rich is the crook, not you.

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  6. I think Jah==freecashman==Ajamu Jah Kafele – they are one and the same person.
    http://twitter.com/freecashman
    This twitter account “freecashman” has the name of “Jah” and uses the same photograph as the facebook account above.

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  7. Sorry for the quick double post, but this is another one of his sites found via the twitter account:
    http://whois.domaintools.com/5kto10kmonthly.com

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  8. I asked FreeCashMan if he was Jah over at the other forum he frequents and here is his answer.

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    #99 · Posted: 10 Feb 2010 14:16 · Edited by: FreeCashMan
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    If a person(s) wants to comment for the purpose of expressing “I hate mlm/narc that car, etc” , save your breath as to me. Not going to engage in such silly hater stuff. I’m fully willing to discuss this business opportunity and how I see it and the information I know and understand and the related facts about it.

    If you think such things as a civil action about a foreclosure matter that bears no relation will discredit me, or more importantly cause others to not want to pursue this business then you are free to post that public information, and others can decide. First I’m not the owner or executive of Narc That Car, so your attempt to supposedly expose something you see as negative about me has no bearing as it relates to this great business opportunity.

    I’ve got an establish background of people that I’ve helped and trained to succeed with marketing their business opportunities online, over the past 3 years. Who I am, what I do and what I’ve done in truly helping people is beyond something you could remotely know about me.

    Of course you wouldn’t know that because you don’t know me and only know subjective public info. There is nothing to explain as to that civil action because it flat out has nothing to do with this opportunity or my involvement with it and there is no connection, notwithstanding you don’t know the actual facts of the matter, but then they don’t matter. I can’t hide something this is public information, like our license plates so what could possibly be your point! Simply spreading what is termed where I’m from as “hating on a Brother, or person.”

    Is it that Narc That Car has made all these claims you alleged or independent consultants that perhaps have not quite properly promoted their enthusiasm for this business. (a careful reading of you headline comments on this make it clear that this is something that promoters of Narc were/are doing, but you are skilled in the word art game to the untrained eye, and make it seem like it is actually Narc That Car themselves).

    Fact is Narc That Car is working to establish a relationship where by their database could be freely used by Amber Alert. This was stated in an interview by the CEO. Where the status of that relationship is at this point hasn’t been made known. But it is true they plan to offer their database service to Amber Alert. Which I think could potentially serve great benefit.

    As to answering your questions on your blog/site. As you so eloquently refuse to make known here, because it is what guys like you do in order to share twisted info in the name of “helping” people. I stated that I would not engage in continuing to comment on your blog because of the massive negative energy and one man’s apparent sanctuary of “I hate mlm”. But moreover, I stated, you knew how to get in touch with me and could do so and get my responses. Sorry you aren’t my Daddy, I don’t need to come to you and answer your questions. But in that same line, I haven’t refused, I just refused to hang out in your negative energy den.
    You questions are nothing that I fear or will refuse not to address.

    At this point you can submit your questions and they will be address on the up coming call. It’s open to all. But I can tell you this. If you can’t come with respectfulness and at least be cordial, don’t come. We can disagree but it needs to be respectful especially when what we say is impacting others evaluation of this business.

    You are free to express how you feel about this business, just like me, but I’m not a lover of intentional lies, misrepresentations and twisted commentary that is supposedly done to help people but is really one man’s vindictive actions. In your house(blog/site) and open forums, as long as you have an internet connection you can carry on as you see fit, but people are not as stupid as some persons make people out to be when analyzing information, especially when they can’t get proper and complete information to make a wise decision.

    And as to the Attorney general, again another case of people like you twisting information to share in a negative light that only fits your vindictiveness. Fact is it is standard procedure for any Atty Generals office to investigate inquires about citizens concerned if a business opportunity they maybe interested in is not engaged in purposeful scamming of citizens out of their money. The Texas Atty General as he stated in the news article is NOT engaged into a criminal investigation of Narc That Car but specifically focused on addressing their inquiries, and Narc That Car has willingly and openly agreed to discuss the matter with the AG, and heck he can call me as well. I fear God, not Man. Fact is that Narc That Car hired, per the CEO’s own statements, to the press 2 top highly experience network marketing law firms, one that assisted Amway in legal matters, in establishing their network marketing portion of their business.

    So let’s not try and come here and make one liner sound “bits” and make it seem like the Texas AG has flagged Narc That Car as a scam, or more important ever will. See such things are just pure unwarranted, void of merit and truly none helpful comments that can only be construed and hating on Narc That Car without cause.
    It’s not like these people are contacting the AG because they lost money with the Narc That Car business opportunity like the illegal ponzi Ad Surf Daily, which you and others try to equate Narc That Car too. Those to business don’t even fit in the same line of thinking and moreover and very important the “Spirit” or operaton of the Narc That Car Opportunity isn’t anything remotely like ASD where ASD was telling people to, and they unfortunately did, send in thousands upon thousands.

    I am Jah!

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  9. Narc that car made the evening news in Dallas Fort Worth and things are not looking good for them.

    Check this out as NarcThatCar has made the news on NBC DFW yesterday.

    http://www.nbcdfw.com/news/business/…-84074602.html

    NBCDFW attempted to call the phone number shown for the business at Narcthatcar.com but was not successful.

    Repeatedly, NBCDFW worked through a phone tree, only to reach a recording that said, “Sorry, this mailbox is full and cannot accept any more recordings. Thank you for using the voice mail system. Goodbye.”

    NBCDFW visited the company’s business address on Empire Central Place in Dallas and met a man who identified himself as the company’s operations manager.

    He said company phones are busy because Narc Technologies has more than 20,000 participants. He declined to answer any other questions and said the company’s CEO would call us back, but we have received no return calls.

    ASD all over again.

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  10. If I did my math right (if not entertained will correct me). 20,000 members x $100 = 2 million dollars. that same 20,000 members x 24.95 a month is $499,000.00 per month or 5.958 million a year.

    Now double that if this thing really takes off and that is over a million dollars a month.

    I must be in the wrong business as I never believed that there was that many gullible people still out there.

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  11. FreeCashMan, Jah and Ajamu Kafele are ALL THE SAME PERSON!!

    This following statement comes from the work-at-home-forum.com.

    The Narc That Car thread there (Cash For Writing Down License Plates) contains the post above where FreeCashMan states at the end “I am Jah”.

    In other words, FreeCashMan has admitted he is Jah!

    THIS excerpt of a post above by this forum member Jack Arons, which comes from the same work-at-home-forum.com (WAHF), is where he admits at the end “I am Jah!”

    Jack Arons
    Feb 10, 2010 at 3:19 pm | Permalink
    I asked FreeCashMan if he was Jah over at the other forum he frequents and here is his answer.

    Report post Report Post
    #99 · Posted: 10 Feb 2010 14:16 · Edited by: FreeCashMan
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    If a person(s) wants to comment for the purpose of expressing “I hate mlm/narc that car, etc” …

    {(… blah, blah, blah… paragraph after paragraph) and finally…

    I am Jah!

    Now, will he admit that he is also Ajamu Kafele?

    One WAHF poster posted the following bit of legal news:

    Ajamu Kafele.

    A man by the same name, in the same Ohio county and city and at the same street address listed in the Cash For Car Plates domain-registration was charged civilly earlier this decade with practicing law without a license. Jah has neither confirmed nor denied he is the same person.

    The Ohio Supreme Court ruled in 2006 that Ajamu Kafele had engaged in the unauthorized practice of law in a banking and mortgage-foreclosure case involving a third party, and assessed him a $1,000 civil penalty.

    Kafele was enjoined by the Supreme Court from further unauthorized practice of law.

    There at WAHF, I posted this in addition:

    Guess who Ajamu Kafele is?
    None other than JAH (FreeCashMan) himself !!!

    Anyone ever respond to Jah/FreeCashMan’s come ons, and actually gotten his OHIO State phone number?

    The same phone number that is on each of the KAZILLION emails you’ll get after you sign up under Jah/FreeCashMan for more information about NTC?

    Well, it’s (614) 257-1773 !!!

    NOW!!

    Do a ‘WhoIs’ check on the owner of the website – Freeonlinecashsystem.com, and you should note this interesting bit of information:
    Mr Ajamu Kafele’s phone number is the same number as Jah/FreeCashMan’s !!!

    WHO DAT Mr FreeCashMan? WHO DAT??

    Care to confirm or deny YOUR TRUE NAME???

    Answer THIS question Jah/FreeCashMan.

    Are YOU, Mr FreeCashMan, none other than Mr Ajamu Kafele?

    Care to explain this WHOIS report?:

    Whois Information For Freeonlinecashsystem.com
    Registrant:
    Ajamu Kafele
    947 E Johnstown Rd.
    #142
    Gahanna, Ohio 43230
    United States

    Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
    Domain Name: FREEONLINECASHSYSTEM.COM
    Created on: 26-Sep-07
    Expires on: 26-Sep-09
    Last Updated on: 03-Sep-08

    Administrative Contact:
    Kafele, Ajamu allwyn@iwon.com
    947 E Johnstown Rd.
    #142
    Gahanna, Ohio 43230
    United States
    (614) 257-1773 !!!

    To quote Elmer Fudd (of ‘Bugs Bunny’ fame):
    There’s Sumpin’ Skwoowey Goin’ On Here Wabbit!

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  12. Mr Ajamu Kafele, registered owner of CASHFORCARPLATES.com also!
    (but he was careful to hide his address and telephone info!!!)

    From a WhoIs search:

    CASHFORCARPLATES.COM WhoIs info:

    WHOIS information for cashforcarplates.com :
    Domain ID:
    Domain Name: cashforcarplates.com
    Created On: 14-Jan-2010 00:00:00
    Expiration Date: 14-Jan-2011 00:00:00
    Sponsoring Registrar: ‘Check Whois’ (GODADDY) (GODADDY)
    Status: client_delete_prohibited,client_renew_prohibited,client_transfer_prohibited,client_update_prohibited
    Name Server: ns1.webhostingpad.com
    Name Server: ns2.webhostingpad.com
    Registrant ID: Unknown
    Registrant Name: Ajamu Kafele
    Registrant Organization: Unknown
    Registrant Street1: Unknown
    Registrant Street2: Unknown
    Registrant Street3: Unknown
    Registrant City: Unknown
    Registrant State/Province: Unknown
    Registrant Postal Code: Unknown
    Registrant Country: Unknown
    Registrant Phone: Unknown
    Registrant Fax: Unknown
    Registrant Email: Unknown
    Admin ID: Unknown
    Admin Name: Unknown
    Admin Organization: Unknown
    Admin Street1: Unknown
    Admin Street2: Unknown
    Admin Street3: Unknown
    Admin City: Unknown
    Admin State: Unknown
    Admin Postal Code: Unknown
    Admin Country: Unknown
    Admin Phone: Unknown
    Admin Fax: Unknown
    Admin Email: Unknown

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  13. You’ll have to look past a lot of names to see his official (I guess!) name but it’s here.
    Alphabetically listed:
    http://www.focuscharts.com/cgi-local/zxcvbn

    Along with his email address, just to confirm things:
    AJAMU,KAFELE,M,AJAMU M KAFELE,,allwyn@beol.net

    That does it for me!

    Is there any doubt?

    Any REASONABLE doubt?

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