Onedatingsite bls software co uk
When they appear on your statement, the charges generally reference a company in St.
Julians, Malta such as BLS*Weblearn or PLI*Weblearn, and include a 1-888 number that may or may not work (the most common being 888-461-2032 and 888-210-6574).
The very first time I encountered Plimus was in Sept.
2011, when I profiled an individual responsible for selling access to tens of thousands of desktop computers that were hacked and seeded with the TDSS botnet.
Reading up on this latest scam, it appears that the payments are being processed by a company called Blue Snap, which variously lists its offices in Massachusetts, California, Israel, Malta and London.
Oddly enough, the payment network used by the .84 scams that surfaced last year — Credorax — also lists offices in Massachusetts, Israel, London and Malta.
This post delves deeper into the history and identity of the credit card processing network that has been enabling this type of activity for years.
At issue are a rash of phony charges levied against countless consumers for odd amounts — such as .37, or .96.
marketing campaigns include the “mass production of fabricated consumer reviews, testimonials and fake blogs that are all intended to deceive consumers seeking a legitimate product and induce them to pay.
Blue Snap did not immediately respond to requests for comment.