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  • Submitted: Sun, December 16, 2012
  • Updated: Fri, December 28, 2012

  • Reported By: Cheyenne Crow Victim Hotline — Houston Texas USA
Cheyenne Crow
P.O. Box 6417 Alexandria, Virginia United States of America
  • Phone: 202-373-9791
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  • Category: Liars

Cheyenne Crow Cheyenne Crow - Reward - $100 Reward for information on his cheating on his fianc Irina Borisenko Alexandria Virginia

*General Comment: No Class Action Against Philip Seldon - Fake Report

*Consumer Comment: Philip Seldon Class Action

*Author of original report: Another way to get the phone number

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*Consumer Comment: Philip Seldon Class Action

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Cheyenne Crow has been cheating on his fianc Irina Borisenko who left for Belarus to take care of her infirm mother in April, 2011. In February, 2012 he took a lady he met from his posting on www.datehookup.com to bed according to a call we received from her.

The Cheyenne Crow Victims Hotline is offering a reward of $100 for verified information about Cheyenne Crow's dating and having sex with any lady since October 1, 2010. We need to know the lady's identity, address if you have it and phone number. We will pay you via PayPal or by check, your choice.

Call (((REDACTED)))  with your information.

When Cheyenne Crow was living with Irina Borisenko in New York City from January through April 2011 and taking her to bed several times a day he was emailing two former girlfriends telling them he was in Korea and that he couldn't wait to see them when he returned. [continued below]....
..... Such is the morality and character of Cheyenne Crow - he can not be trusted to keep his pants zipped.


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#1 General Comment

No Class Action Against Philip Seldon - Fake Report

AUTHOR: Andrew_Spinnell Esq. - (United States of America)

I Andrew J. Spinnell, am an attorney located in New York City. I did not post the ripoffreport.com postings claiming that I seek to commence a class action against Philip Seldon. I have no intention of commencing a class action against Philip Seldon and am not aware of any basis to do so. 

I do not know who did this posting and it was done without any foundation or basis in fact and certainly was done without my knowledge or permission.
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Philip Seldon Class Action

AUTHOR: Andrew - (USA)

This report was filed by a litigant of a law case, Philip Seldon, to defame, harass, and damage an individual with libel causing pain and suffering.

Philip Seldon harasses people with fabricating libel Internet postings on Ripoff Report. Below is some of his methods of the past.

Revenge 101: Don't Get Mad, Get to Class :  New York: Night school offers instruction on striking back. But don't forget libel insurance. You might want to get a lawyer lined up now.

October 01, 1995|ELLEN WULFHORST | REUTERSNEW YORK Want to get revenge on a cheating spouse? Wash his underwear with fiberglass and give him a really nasty itch.Sick of lousy service? In place of a tip, leave a few drops of a chemical so foul-smelling the restaurant will have to close for weeks.Need more ideas for getting back at a noisy neighbor, a nasty co-worker or a no-good girlfriend? Try taking a night school course on "Getting Even" offered in New York, where turning the other cheek is unsatisfying and forgiving and forgetting is no fun.The class is taught by seemingly mild-mannered Philip Seldon, a food and wine expert by trade. Seldon is a man to be handled with kid gloves, who by his own account has exacted revenge on business rivals, neighbors and even bullies from his childhood.His philosophy - and the reason he says he offers the class - is that revenge is a healthy cure for anger. "A great way to get it out of your system is to plan to get even," he said. "You can go to sleep with a smile on your face because that person is going to wish they never met you."Some students at a recent class looked determined to follow that advice. One was a bearded man who would say only that he wanted to hire some women to help him humiliate someone who had done him wrong. Another was a wild-eyed woman who complained of losing a lot of sleep and some of her sanity from living over an unrepentantly noisy restaurant. Three women in the back row, apparently more light-hearted types, insisted they were taking the class as a lark, but their eyes lit up at suggestions on how to settle scores with ex-beaus.None of the students was willing to reveal a name.

Tops on Seldon's list for getting revenge is printing up posters or handbills, which he says are largely protected under freedom of speech laws, denouncing the offender. Stick to the facts and use only descriptions such as "screwball" - which he contends is libel-proof because no one can say what it means. Whether a judge or jury would agree with his legal interpretation is, well, subject to interpretation.He also offers a list of insults to be spat out at the deserving and the telephone number of a company that sells the malodorous chemical for clearing a building in seconds. And he suggests planting tidbits about business rivals in local gossip columns--truthful tidbits, presumably, to avoid libel laws--or informing authorities if someone cheats a bit on his or her taxes.Send every stitch of an unworthy mate's clothing to the dry cleaner - particularly one across town. Complain to the sanitation department about recycling at your apartment building and even the most tidy landlord is likely to get slapped with a fine.Seldon says he emphasizes revenge that stays on this side of the law.

Letter bombs are out, sending pizza deliveries is a no-no and signing someone up for junk mail is taboo. No changing someone's door or drawer locks and no smearing a windshield with petroleum jelly either. And that malodorous chemical? Hmmm..."Some things he told us not to do I've already done," confided the woman waging war with the restaurant downstairs. "So I'll be a little more cautious."But since even the best-laid plans can go awry, Seldon can also suggest the name of an insurance company that offers coverage against libel.Exacting revenge requires biding your time, planning carefully and staying closemouthed, Seldon stresses. And not all problems can be solved by revenge. One woman was visibly crestfallen by Seldon's complicated suggestion that she trap her ex-husband with another woman and videotape the affair."Everything else I can think of with ex-husbands is illegal," Seldon admitted. "That's the problem with a lot of things

Instructing people in the tenets of the revenge catharsis is Philip Seldon, who teaches the New York learning annex class on payback. Seldon sees revenge as the natural order of things."I have had a lot of people mistreat me in my life and I have seen a lot of people go through a lot of anguish," says Seldon, rattling off his own personal tales of revenge at a head-spinning pace, punctuated by gleeful chuckles. "I thought they could benefit from learning to how to get justice."If someone insults you, you can't have them arrested or sued. But you can say to someone at a party who is snide to you: 'That is a very pretty dress you are wearing. Do they make it in your size?'"I teach in my course that you should forgive and forget," says Seldon, who claims to have orchestrated revenge on his childhood bully by having the man publicly humiliated on the "Maury Povich Show." "If that doesn't work, then they concoct a plan, biding their time so they don't act compulsively, get obsessed and do things that are illegal."Seldon says sometimes just fantasizing a revenge scenario offers enough of a catharsis that a person doesn't need to enact it.Still, plenty of folks passing through his three-hour class see their fantasies through.

For example:* A man who lost a promotion because of a false report in his personnel file turned in his boss for embezzlement.* A woman whose date stood her up on New Year's Eve (he reportedly told her it was because she was ugly) enlisted a friend to romance the man, standing him up for expensive engagements, ordering the most expensive meals, and last week, as the coup de grace, standing him up on New Year's Eve.* A woman romanced by her dancing school instructor discovered that he was giving her jewelry he stole from other women and stealing her jewelry to give to them. She reported his misdeeds to the dance community, and his career crashed and burned.*With no signs of a reversal of the revenge boom in sight, Ronan, whose testimonial about the teddy bear murder was published in the British newspaper the Observer, offers insights. Ronan claimed to be so damaged by his lover, both physically and emotionally, that he had pondered suicide. By shredding his lover's threadbare teddy (apparently he slept with it nightly) Ronan found a redemption of sorts."By a lucky accident I achieved the perfect revenge," he wrote. "The object I destroyed was inanimate and of no value to anyone but the owner, but in some way I paid him a small measure of the pain he had so liberally dealt out to me. . . ."I broke a pact in which I had agreed to be good and suffer and take the blame for loving someone who hated himself. . . . With one melodramatic and symbolic but effective bound, I was free."(BEGIN TEXT OF INFOBOX / INFOGRAPHIC)It's Payback TimeSome popular tactics for revenge are against the law, and for good reason. But others can bring nearly as much satisfaction without landing your nemesis in the hospital--or you in jail.Some to avoid:* Making annoying phone calls may be aggravated harassment.* Squirting glue into someone's locks counts as vandalism or criminal mischief.* Sending mystery pizzas to an unsuspecting recipient is a form of fraud.* Putting someone's name on a mailing list for pornographic material may violate postal laws--and they might actually enjoy the subscription.* Slashing a partner's cherished Armani suits would be vandalism or criminal mischief. Instead, try sending them across town to be cleaned and telling the dry cleaner there is no rush.Better approaches, experts say, might include:* Plant bulbs in a pattern designed to send a message to your rude neighbor, or cut your topiary into a symbolic gesture.* Obnoxious neighbors throwing a big party? Hang all your dainties out on the clothing line.* Getting harassing phone calls? Tell the caller in great detail about your day. ("First I flossed and then I clipped my toenails, but I had this infected hangnail. . . .")* If a clerk is rude and tries to rush you into buying something, leave the store temporarily and return to buy the merchandise from another clerk.* If two men are hitting on you, call one up and tell him you are finally ready for him, and give him the other guy's address.

Sources: Philip Seldon, instructor of "How to Get Even Within the Bounds of the Law," a class offered through New York City learning annex.

Who is the high priest of revenge?

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Best Answer: Philip Seldon

NOTICE: If you're a male or female, immigrant or US CItizen, and have information and evidence that you've been harassed, stalked, or sexually abused by Philip Seldon currently or in the past, please contact Andrew Spinnell LLC, Attorney in NYC, New York for possible representation of a class action law case against this individual. Our firm has been awarded sucessful monetary judgements in court against this individual. We can help you.

Respond for help: Philip Seldon Victims Class Action phone 212-684-0317 or 888-654-1504 nationwide in the United States. Collect calls accepted from victims located Europe, Asia, or Latin America.

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Another way to get the phone number

AUTHOR: Cheyenne Crow Victim Hotline - (USA)

Another way to get the phone number for the reward is to call Philip Seldon - he is listed in the Manhattan, New York telephone directory. He can be of assistance.
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AUTHOR: Cheyenne Crow Victim Hotline - (USA)

To find the phone number for the reward go to the posting labeled "Cheyenne Crow - beachnightwalks on , datehookup.com beachnightwalks Cheyenne Crow cheating on fianc Irina Borisenko - beachnighwalks on, datehookup.com Alexandria, Virginia" and you will find it in one of the rebuttals or look for the Cheyenne Crow Victims Hotline listings in other of the Cheyenne Crow postings.
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#5 Consumer Comment

Philip Seldon Class Action

AUTHOR: Andrew - (USA)

This report was filed by a litigant of a law case, Philip Seldon, to defame, harass, and damage an indivuidual with libel causing pain and suffering.

Philip Seldon harasses people with fabricating libel Internet postings on Ripoff Report. Below is some of his methods of the past.

Revenge 101: Don't Get Mad, Get to Class :  New York: Night school offers instruction on striking back. But don't forget libel insurance. You might want to get a lawyer lined up now.

October 01, 1995|ELLEN WULFHORST | REUTERSNEW YORK Want to get revenge on a cheating spouse? Wash his underwear with fiberglass and give him a really nasty itch.Sick of lousy service? In place of a tip, leave a few drops of a chemical so foul-smelling the restaurant will have to close for weeks.Need more ideas for getting back at a noisy neighbor, a nasty co-worker or a no-good girlfriend? Try taking a night school course on "Getting Even" offered in New York, where turning the other cheek is unsatisfying and forgiving and forgetting is no fun.The class is taught by seemingly mild-mannered Philip Seldon, a food and wine expert by trade. Seldon is a man to be handled with kid gloves, who by his own account has exacted revenge on business rivals, neighbors and even bullies from his childhood.His philosophy - and the reason he says he offers the class - is that revenge is a healthy cure for anger. "A great way to get it out of your system is to plan to get even," he said. "You can go to sleep with a smile on your face because that person is going to wish they never met you."Some students at a recent class looked determined to follow that advice. One was a bearded man who would say only that he wanted to hire some women to help him humiliate someone who had done him wrong. Another was a wild-eyed woman who complained of losing a lot of sleep and some of her sanity from living over an unrepentantly noisy restaurant. Three women in the back row, apparently more light-hearted types, insisted they were taking the class as a lark, but their eyes lit up at suggestions on how to settle scores with ex-beaus.None of the students was willing to reveal a name.Tops on Seldon's list for getting revenge is printing up posters or handbills, which he says are largely protected under freedom of speech laws, denouncing the offender. Stick to the facts and use only descriptions such as "screwball" - which he contends is libel-proof because no one can say what it means. Whether a judge or jury would agree with his legal interpretation is, well, subject to interpretation.He also offers a list of insults to be spat out at the deserving and the telephone number of a company that sells the malodorous chemical for clearing a building in seconds. And he suggests planting tidbits about business rivals in local gossip columns--truthful tidbits, presumably, to avoid libel laws--or informing authorities if someone cheats a bit on his or her taxes.Send every stitch of an unworthy mate's clothing to the dry cleaner - particularly one across town. Complain to the sanitation department about recycling at your apartment building and even the most tidy landlord is likely to get slapped with a fine.Seldon says he emphasizes revenge that stays on this side of the law. Letter bombs are out, sending pizza deliveries is a no-no and signing someone up for junk mail is taboo. No changing someone's door or drawer locks and no smearing a windshield with petroleum jelly either. And that malodorous chemical? Hmmm..."Some things he told us not to do I've already done," confided the woman waging war with the restaurant downstairs. "So I'll be a little more cautious."But since even the best-laid plans can go awry, Seldon can also suggest the name of an insurance company that offers coverage against libel.Exacting revenge requires biding your time, planning carefully and staying closemouthed, Seldon stresses. And not all problems can be solved by revenge. One woman was visibly crestfallen by Seldon's complicated suggestion that she trap her ex-husband with another woman and videotape the affair."Everything else I can think of with ex-husbands is illegal," Seldon admitted. "That's the problem with a lot of things."

Instructing people in the tenets of the revenge catharsis is Philip Seldon, who teaches the New York learning annex class on payback. Seldon sees revenge as the natural order of things."I have had a lot of people mistreat me in my life and I have seen a lot of people go through a lot of anguish," says Seldon, rattling off his own personal tales of revenge at a head-spinning pace, punctuated by gleeful chuckles. "I thought they could benefit from learning to how to get justice."If someone insults you, you can't have them arrested or sued. But you can say to someone at a party who is snide to you: 'That is a very pretty dress you are wearing. Do they make it in your size?'"I teach in my course that you should forgive and forget," says Seldon, who claims to have orchestrated revenge on his childhood bully by having the man publicly humiliated on the "Maury Povich Show." "If that doesn't work, then they concoct a plan, biding their time so they don't act compulsively, get obsessed and do things that are illegal."Seldon says sometimes just fantasizing a revenge scenario offers enough of a catharsis that a person doesn't need to enact it.Still, plenty of folks passing through his three-hour class see their fantasies through. For example:* A man who lost a promotion because of a false report in his personnel file turned in his boss for embezzlement.* A woman whose date stood her up on New Year's Eve (he reportedly told her it was because she was ugly) enlisted a friend to romance the man, standing him up for expensive engagements, ordering the most expensive meals, and last week, as the coup de grace, standing him up on New Year's Eve.* A woman romanced by her dancing school instructor discovered that he was giving her jewelry he stole from other women and stealing her jewelry to give to them. She reported his misdeeds to the dance community, and his career crashed and burned.*With no signs of a reversal of the revenge boom in sight, Ronan, whose testimonial about the teddy bear murder was published in the British newspaper the Observer, offers insights. Ronan claimed to be so damaged by his lover, both physically and emotionally, that he had pondered suicide. By shredding his lover's threadbare teddy (apparently he slept with it nightly) Ronan found a redemption of sorts."By a lucky accident I achieved the perfect revenge," he wrote. "The object I destroyed was inanimate and of no value to anyone but the owner, but in some way I paid him a small measure of the pain he had so liberally dealt out to me. . . ."I broke a pact in which I had agreed to be good and suffer and take the blame for loving someone who hated himself. . . . With one melodramatic and symbolic but effective bound, I was free."(BEGIN TEXT OF INFOBOX / INFOGRAPHIC)It's Payback TimeSome popular tactics for revenge are against the law, and for good reason. But others can bring nearly as much satisfaction without landing your nemesis in the hospital--or you in jail.Some to avoid:* Making annoying phone calls may be aggravated harassment.* Squirting glue into someone's locks counts as vandalism or criminal mischief.* Sending mystery pizzas to an unsuspecting recipient is a form of fraud.* Putting someone's name on a mailing list for pornographic material may violate postal laws--and they might actually enjoy the subscription.* Slashing a partner's cherished Armani suits would be vandalism or criminal mischief. Instead, try sending them across town to be cleaned and telling the dry cleaner there is no rush.Better approaches, experts say, might include:* Plant bulbs in a pattern designed to send a message to your rude neighbor, or cut your topiary into a symbolic gesture.* Obnoxious neighbors throwing a big party? Hang all your dainties out on the clothing line.* Getting harassing phone calls? Tell the caller in great detail about your day. ("First I flossed and then I clipped my toenails, but I had this infected hangnail. . . .")* If a clerk is rude and tries to rush you into buying something, leave the store temporarily and return to buy the merchandise from another clerk.* If two men are hitting on you, call one up and tell him you are finally ready for him, and give him the other guy's address.

Sources: Philip Seldon, instructor of "How to Get Even Within the Bounds of the Law," a class offered through New York City learning annex.

Who is the high priest of revenge? 

QuestionsAnswers.com>Wiki Answers

Best Answer: Philip Seldon

NOTICE: If you're a male or female, immigrant or US CItizen, and have information and evidence that you've been harassed, stalked, or sexually abused by Philip Seldon currently or in the past, please contact Andrew Spinnell LLC, Attorney in NYC, New York for possible representation of a class action law case against this individual. Our firm has been awarded sucessful monetary judgements in court against this individual. We can help you.

Respond for help: Philip Seldon Victims Class Action phone 212-684-0317 or 888-654-1504 nationwide in the United States. Collect calls accepted from victims located Europe, Asia, or Latin America.

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