StreamCast Files RICO Charges Against Skype
Voice over Internet protocol provider Skype, which is owned by eBay, is one of a handful of companies that had racketeering charges brought against it by StreamCast, the developer of the popular peer-to-peer network Morpheus, The Register reports .
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Since: Nov 13
#1 Apr 16, 2014
"StreamCast Files RICO Charges Against Skype"
What about eBay?
eBay-Facilitated Fraud is endemic on eBay "nominal-start" auctions ...
If you try to buy anything at a “nominal-start” auction on any eBay website, you need to take great care ...
Shill bidding fraud by professional sellers on eBay “nominal-start” auctions is demonstrably endemic; where you see bidders bidding early and often on such auctions they will most likely be sellers' shills, and eBay Inc. is the greatest knowing and calculated facilitator of such fraud on consumers that the world is ever likely to know - also demonstrably - and, doubtless, only the most naïve will believe that there will not be a trickle down effect of like criminal activity to other eBay operations ...
The ugly reality of eBay Inc.:
eBay's crooked auctions marketplace ... http://bit.ly/11F2eas
eBay Motors (UK sampling): Auction Fraud Galore ... http://bit.ly/I2gTEU
eBay Motors XSS Redirect Scams in Action: video ... http://bit.ly/1d46NvE
Barclays Bank–eBay/Gumtree Motors Scams … http://bit.ly/1c9Uwck
eBay's clunky, unprincipled "PreyPal" ... http://bit.ly/UVXx53
The ongoing joke of eBay Inc.... http://bit.ly/YvxFEg
Fun quotes from the eBay executive suite ... http://bit.ly/12xvzyA
Having now further anonymised buyers’ IDs in its Feedback Forum, the only thing that surprises me about, this lazy, greedy, utterly unscrupulous, criminal operator, eBay, is that they have not yet summoned up the gall to even further obscure all this endemic shill bidding fraud—that it knowingly facilitates—by converting its auctions wholly to its optional, devious, seller-selected, "private listing" format, or by changing bidding IDs to "Bidder 1", "Bidder 2", "Bidder 3", etc, as they initially were going to do/did when Johnny Ho first introduced the additional layer of anonymity for (shill) bidders in 2008, nor have they yet ceased to publish the details of "completed" listings, a post-sale analysis of which, with some effort, can clearly demonstrate this endemic fraud, and eBay's calculated facilitation thereof, on the consumers of the world ...
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