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dilsondecano@yahoo.com – in fraud and scammer list

Gosh! I wanted to make my first post about Internet frauds more emotional and expressive, but when you have deal with scammers all the time their tricks become less shocking and more usual.

You probably know the 3 stages rule of “Perception of new information“:
– Reaction on the information heard for the first time: It’s impossible!
– Reaction on the information heard for the second time: You know, there is something in it
– Reaction on the information heard for the third time: Yes, didn’t you know?!

The same situation happened to me. But this is even for the better. Less emotions – higher objectivity.

Let’s start with DILSON DECANO

I started to work with this link seller about a year ago and bought links for $100.
After several months I found out that almost all my links were deleted, or sites with my links were dropped. The scheme is very simple: Dilson Decano (dilsondecano@yahoo.com) made a PayPal account, email account and several sites to sell links at, moreover he probably became a broker and was re-selling the links. After getting some money (let’s say – pretty good money) he made me cryyyyyy disappeared as fast and tracklessly as my bought links…
I wrote him several letters but got no answer. So, that’s why you are here, in my scam list, Dilson Decano. Because the first betrayal can’t be forgotten…(Т__T)

Beware
Contacts of this fraudulent link seller:
Decano, Dilson dilsondecano@yahoo.com
Lucao district
dagupan, pangasinan 2400
Philippines
Phone:+63.639217993000
PayPal account: dilsondecano@yahoo.com

Dilson Decano owns:
adomevam.org
agri-today.com
jonathantamondong.com
psycheasy.com
seodagupandirectory.com
techjamblog.com
dilsonblog.com

and many many others.

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And this is how it began…

Scarcely had I turned a 14 years old whelp, my uncle taught me to play poker. And though I        didn’t memorize hand ranking yet and hardly understood what was going on in my hands, I won    my first fiver that night. Those $5 were prepared to buy a plunker. Fishing party was called off  while I discovered my talent to bluff.

This skill I nourished and cherished for the whole my life. Whatever I did, whenever I worked,    I was always bluffing – “I want to reserve a table for two. The best one please, I will be with Miss  Taylor Swift”.

Sometimes I get hell for my tricks, sometimes even in restaurants, but as a rule it works.  Harrington’s %10 bluffing rule states that, regardless how tight a player is, any bet from someone  has at least a %10 chance of being a bluff. The percent may be higher, but never lower.

The second step in sharpening the skill is to nail down your bluff with actions; otherwise they  will call you a bullshitter, and all those peaks of success you’ve reached will be ruined shamefully   in a brace of shake.

About a year ago I’ve launched a little SEO agency. I wasn’t pretty experienced that time but I loved my job and wanted to become a real professional in SEO.  At first my friends gave me their sites to practice, after 3.5 months I reached quite good results, and now I have my own standing customers and my business goes up.

The war with the search engines is a very exquisite workmanship and it requires special skills. When the quantity of bought links passed over 500 I faced the problem of checking their validity. To check them at random is an ineffective process. To check them manually is a time taking process.

So… I wrote a script. And though I spent three weeks of sleepless nights, it is worth it! All I have to do is to type the donor link, anchor and url.

Every day the script checks my database of bought links:

availability of the link;

– the correctness of the url and anchor from donor’s site;

– presence of “rel=nofollow” and other JavaScripts;

– domain’s status;

Why did I do this? You can’t even imagine the quantity of frauds among link sellers! They delete your links, add rel=nofollow or just close your link with Java Script! I am not cruel, believe me. Before posting here the list of scam sellers I demonstrated the highness of my mercy and patience. I wrote at least three letters to each of them and those who answered escaped this destiny. Persuasions and mentioning unpublicized rules between business partners, worked from time to time. And that’s why I sworn by Zeus to teach a lesson those who sold me links for the round amount and then deleted them. It’s time to suit the action to the word; otherwise all those peaks of success I’ve reached will be ruined shamefully in a brace of shake…

Willkommen!


Why am I here?!

link scam sellers and frauds

 

I am here to help you. Help you to find on my site:

– The list of frauds and the list of scams  among link sellers;
Link fraud (this is the keyword that will help you to find this post, because according to the         Keyword Tools, there are over 18 000 queries per month);
– Contacts, emails and PayPal IDs of link scam sellers, details and conditions of purchases;
– General methods of cheating and fraudulent actions of link sellers;
– Things you should know before buying links;
– Many, many other useful things;
– And a little bit more useful things;

If there’s anything more you want to find on my site, simply write the comment.

P.S. Dear frauds, scammers, and dishonest link sellers, don’t be huffy. Didn’t I admonish you? Definitely did!