- Report: #1057423
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Complaint Review: Murray Newlands
Murray Newlands aka TheMail.com TheMail.com Owned by Convicted Felon Scott Richter Internet
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New Online Publication "TheMail.com" claims to be an independent publication focused on interactive advertising and marketing. It is however not independent. It is owned by Convicted Felon and internet scumbag, Scott Richter. Yes, even though he was making millions it seems spamming enhancement products, he was also selling stolen merchandise.
He's been a well known joke, even before his conviction for selling stolen crap, including this famous Scott Richter Interview on the daily show. [continued below]....
Mr. Richter has decided that since he can't convince the media that he has changed, and not a scumbag, that he needs to make his own publication. So he hired disgraced UK attorney, Murray Newlands to front his publication.
Well, unfortunately for Richter and Newlands, the history of the domain shows that it was owned by Richters questionably legal registrar that has also been connected to recent scams.
Too bad that they can't hide the history of the domain, and the fact that every single advertisement on the site is a Scott Richter company.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/07/2013 10:27 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Murray-Newlands/internet/Murray-Newlands-aka-TheMailcom-TheMailcom-Owned-by-Convicted-Felon-Scott-Richter-Intern-1057423. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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