Did Narc That Car Slap ‘Jah’s’ Check-Waving Videos On YouTube? Promo That Said Working For Narc Like Working For ‘Census Bureau’ Now Labeled ‘Private’

Can’t get enough of Narc That Car promoter “Jah’s” check-waving videos on YouTube? Need a “Jah” fix to ensure NTC actually pays its members?

It looks as though you’ll now have to get your fix in private. Jah’s check-waving videos have been removed from YouTube’s public site.

“Jah” explains why in a new YouTube video, dated March 4.

“Here’s the situation,” the video says. “Our company has a public advertising policy that does not allow us to openly advertise income specifics.”

The video does not explain whether “Jah” was asked by NTC to remove the videos from public viewing or whether he arrived at his own decision to do so.

It appears as though three CashForCarPlates videos by “Jah” that waved checks or focused on money in other ways have been made private-only.

One of the videos was placed on YouTube March 1, just three days ago. While public, it showed two checks issued by National Automotive Record Centre Inc.. The checks  were drawn on NewBridge Bank to demonstrate that Narc That Car pays.

“We’re [going] to show you some real, solid video proof of the money that’s being made here and where you can go with this business,” the video said. “This is awesome.”

Whether Narc That Car pays has not been an issue, however. The issues have centered on how the company pays, whether it is operating a pyramid or Ponzi business model and the propriety, safety and legality of Narc That Car.

The two checks in the video were for $45 and $452.10.  Both appeared to have been drawn Feb. 23.

In the video, the $45 check was used as proof of payment — and the check for $452.10 is used as proof of the type of payments that could come later for Narc That Car members.

“This may be one of our last . . .  videos, because this is the real deal,” the video said. “We can’t go any further. We’re not going to be out here flashing, you know, five-figure checks.”

The video also claimed that recording license-plate numbers for NTC was like working for the “Census Bureau.”

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7 Responses to “Did Narc That Car Slap ‘Jah’s’ Check-Waving Videos On YouTube? Promo That Said Working For Narc Like Working For ‘Census Bureau’ Now Labeled ‘Private’”

  1. ….seems my good friend Jah didn’t like a post I made at scam.com regarding the NTC scam, accusing me of having no substance to the allegations. My response:

    OK allwyn, I’ll leave you out of it and rely on cold, hard math. Do you know what NTC would look like if the database was robust? For example, let’s say that robust means that there is a 90% chance that a given license plate was seen and entered into the NTC database in the last week. Fair enough? That actually might be of value to some people. Let’s limit the scope to the United States. The inescapable math is that that would mean that NTC would be equal in size in revenue to McDonald’s, and of course FAR bigger than McDonald’s in the US, since McDonald’s gets much of their revenue outside of the US. Now, you can try to refute the numbers, but you better be armed with data and not try to blow smoke. Here’s how it is done……

    The key question is, how many entries into the database are required before the probability of a car plate NOT being in the database is 10%? Start with a single entry in the database. The probability that the desired plate is not in the database is 253,999,999 out of 254,000,000 (rounding off to 254 million cars/trucks in the US). The combined probability after N observations is:

    P=(253999999/254000000)^N

    When P=.1 (10%), N is close to 580,000,000

    In other words, in order to have a 90% probability that a given car is in the NTC database, we need 580,000,000 observations entered into the database.

    Now, the one week limitation means that these 580 million entries need to occur each week on the average. Multiplying all of these things together, along with the $2 per plate entered into the database that you cite, we find that NTC’s annual payout of funds to people entering these plates is $60.3 BILLION (with higher revenues of course.) To me, this shows the degree of absurdness of NTC’s claims that you are supporting. To get to this point, NTC needs to be bigger than Microsoft in the US, bigger than Intel in the US, FAR, FAR bigger than Google in the US, etc…..

    OK, there you go Jah. No personal attacks. Just math…..

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  2. Entertained,

    You should be seasoned enough by now to know that logic and math are persona non grata in the Ponzi universe.

    Only happy “I got paid”, check waving posts are allowed. Everyone is going to get rich. We all deserve to get rich by clicking on ads with no intention of buying any products, writing down license plates or counting the number of boogers our 2 year olds eat. Don’t you get it? What’s with all the negativity? Are you in league with the evil gubmint?

    PUH-lease, get with the program! (only on exclamation point, sorry….)

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  3. Entertained: Excellent post as always showing how NTC cannot be legitimate.

    I remember having at one time a calculator that showed how many people you had to sign up in your MLM program based on the number of people you needed in your downline to make $50,000 per year. People claimed it wss not real, and was rigged. What was even more bizzare was they were using the company’s own calculator from the corporate website. It took a whole 5 minutes for the calculator to come off the website once they knew people were using it. It was hilarious to see them covering their tracks.

    Too bad this is not DNA, because I am sure their crack legal team would be suing you. LOL! Wonder how Jerry Nehra is doing now that he has them as a client since ASD did not turn out well for him?

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  4. DB,

    I am still learning……and constantly amazed…..

    dirty_bird: Entertained,You should be seasoned enough by now to know that logic and math are persona non grata in the Ponzi universe.Only happy “I got paid”, check waving posts are allowed. Everyone is going to get rich. We all deserve to get rich by clicking on ads with no intention of buying any products, writing down license plates or counting the number of boogers our 2 year olds eat. Don’t you get it? What’s with all the negativity? Are you in league with the evil gubmint?PUH-lease, get with the program! (only on exclamation point, sorry….)  (Quote)

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  5. you should GET ALL of the info on a program BEFORE you try to be negitive all these name calling is so childish and just shows your lack of knowledge!!!

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  6. Actually, we are batting 1000 and the script is ALWAYS the same down to the nutty excuses when the Court rules against the defendants.

    The name calling can be childish but it does get tiring to see the same scammers and shills trying to suck in naive and inexperienced punters.

    Lack of knowledge? I have been following these scams for 7 years and never dissed a legit program yet. What’s your experience?

    karen: you should GET ALL of the info on a program BEFORE you try to be negitive all these name calling is so childish and just shows your lack of knowledge!!!  

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