Now, Another ‘Program’ Uses Name Of JustBeenPaid: ‘JustBeenPaidNew’ Says It Features ‘Attractive 2.5% Daily Plans’ With Payments Through Payza

This YouTube video purports to provide instructions on how to send money through Payza to JustBeenPaidNew, apparently an emerging "program" trading off the name of the JustBeenPaid scam.

Yet another “program” appears to be trading off the name of JSS Tripler/JustBeenPaid. The new “program” is known as “JustBeenPaidNew.” It uses a domain registered Sept. 9 behind a proxy and, in butchered English, makes claims such as this:

“We have some Good Professional Fund Managers, and thay [sic] invests [sic] in the global currency trading market . . . Conferm  [sic] your sign up and get $5 as [a] sign up bonus.”

JustBeenPaidNew says its uses Payza, Skrill and Liberty Reserve as payment processors. A JustBeenPaidNew video apparently uploaded to YouTube in recent hours shows what purports to be a Payza back office. The video is titled “Upload Fund to Justbeenpaid New.Com from Payza Account” — and viewers receive instructions on how to fund their accounts through Payza.

A section of the video instructs viewers to “Invest $10 in a position and get 2.5% daily profit for 60 dayes [sic.]”

Claims in the video appear to put JustBeenPaidNew at odds with a policy Payza announced on July 13 that banned “[a]ny indication or demonstration of a literal rate of return on a contribution, payment or investment, while not being licensed to sell or solicit.”

When clicked, a link styled “Tarms [sic] & condition [sic]” on the JustBeenPaidNew site loads a page that makes this bizarre representation:

“JustBeenPaidNew.Com [sic] registered as an international limited liability company and not a bank nor [sic] a security [sic] firm. An investment with us is not insured or guaranteed by the ‘Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’ and/or any other government agency existing out there.”

In 2011, a “program” known as “JSS Tripler 2” launched, using the name of JustBeenPaid’s JSS Tripler entity. JSS Tripler 2 later collapsed.

JustBeenPaid was the 2-percent-a-day “program” purportedly operated by Frederick Mann. JustBeenPaid now is morphing into a scam known as “ProfitClicking,” amid reports of Mann’s sudden retirement from JustBeenPaid.

At 3:44 a.m. EDT today and again at 3:47 a.m., the PP Blog received affiliate spam from a JustBeenPaidNew promoter. Logs suggest the spam was sent from Bangladesh.

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5 Responses to “Now, Another ‘Program’ Uses Name Of JustBeenPaid: ‘JustBeenPaidNew’ Says It Features ‘Attractive 2.5% Daily Plans’ With Payments Through Payza”

  1. Looks like they are stupid enough to say that they provide “investments” in their T&C. And am I right that they have at least three elementary grammatical mistakes in T&C just from what you quoted?

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  2. In the FAQ it says “The main share holders are Michael Solomon & Co.”. This phrase has also been used on at least two other obvious ponzi schemes “Royalty7” and “ShangFin”. Other phrases point to even more obvious ponzi schemes, most likely run by the same person. For example, one claims “The main share holders are Jhon Michael & Co.”

    “JustBeenPaidNew” is just another obvious ponzi scheme being run by a serial ponzi scheme operator. It seems that even the criminal ponzi forum MMG has deleted the thread for this obvious ponzi scheme. It come to something when even the ponzi promoters shun an obvious ponzi scheme.

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  3. Thanks, Tony. It’s interesting that MoneyMakerGroup deleted the JustBeenPaid new thread, but let the JSS Tripler 2 thread stand during the launch, the name change to T2MoneyKlub, the purported AlertPay freeze, the payout suspension, the relaunch, the launch of the companion Compound150 scam, the Dengue Fever period, etc.

    Patrick

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  4. admin: Thanks, Tony. It’s interesting that MoneyMakerGroup deleted the JustBeenPaid new thread, but let the JSS Tripler 2 thread stand during the launch, the name change to T2MoneyKlub, the purported AlertPay freeze, the payout suspension, the relaunch, the launch of the companion Compound150 scam, the Dengue Fever period, etc.Patrick

    The new one didn’t buy any banner ads.

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  5. Thanks for the info on JBPnew. Wow I am at lost that this is really so seeing that I made a little invest with the company. So sorry that we can’t catch these cyber crime thieves.
    Have a blessed day.

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