Now, Another ‘Program’ Uses Name Of JustBeenPaid: ‘JustBeenPaidNew’ Says It Features ‘Attractive 2.5% Daily Plans’ With Payments Through Payza
Yet another “program” appears to be trading off the name of JSS Tripler/JustBeenPaid. The new “program” is known as “JustBeenPaidNew.” It uses a domain registered Sept. 9 behind a proxy and, in butchered English, makes claims such as this:
“We have some Good Professional Fund Managers, and thay [sic] invests [sic] in the global currency trading market . . . Conferm [sic] your sign up and get $5 as [a] sign up bonus.”
JustBeenPaidNew says its uses Payza, Skrill and Liberty Reserve as payment processors. A JustBeenPaidNew video apparently uploaded to YouTube in recent hours shows what purports to be a Payza back office. The video is titled “Upload Fund to Justbeenpaid New.Com from Payza Account” — and viewers receive instructions on how to fund their accounts through Payza.
A section of the video instructs viewers to “Invest $10 in a position and get 2.5% daily profit for 60 dayes [sic.]”
Claims in the video appear to put JustBeenPaidNew at odds with a policy Payza announced on July 13 that banned “[a]ny indication or demonstration of a literal rate of return on a contribution, payment or investment, while not being licensed to sell or solicit.”
When clicked, a link styled “Tarms [sic] & condition [sic]” on the JustBeenPaidNew site loads a page that makes this bizarre representation:
“JustBeenPaidNew.Com [sic] registered as an international limited liability company and not a bank nor [sic] a security [sic] firm. An investment with us is not insured or guaranteed by the ‘Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’ and/or any other government agency existing out there.”
In 2011, a “program” known as “JSS Tripler 2″ launched, using the name of JustBeenPaid’s JSS Tripler entity. JSS Tripler 2 later collapsed.
JustBeenPaid was the 2-percent-a-day “program” purportedly operated by Frederick Mann. JustBeenPaid now is morphing into a scam known as “ProfitClicking,” amid reports of Mann’s sudden retirement from JustBeenPaid.
At 3:44 a.m. EDT today and again at 3:47 a.m., the PP Blog received affiliate spam from a JustBeenPaidNew promoter. Logs suggest the spam was sent from Bangladesh.