The trafficmonsoon.com website now officially shows the Receivership details.
As I originally reported when the site went offline in this post many theories were floating around as to why the trafficmonsoon website was offline. But as I later updated it to reflect it had been seized by the SEC. Domain names are classed as property as well.
The domain has now officially been taken over by the Receiver appointed by the SEC, and the now gives contact details if you need to contact the Receiver at any time. The page also urges everyone to keep a close eye on the page as well to keep up to date with developments.
I would urge anyone who has evidence of other websites opening up to report these sites to the Receiver as well. All you need to do is send an email to the Receiver with your evidence. You would remain anonymous as well.
If you are also in the process of doing a chargeback via bank or credit card, I would advise taking a screenshot of the website as it is now as well, so you can use this as part of your evidence as well. One of the reasons for getting a successful chargeback is if the company is unable to fulfill your order. They are unable to do this as they are in Receivership.
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Tara has a lot of experience in taking on scams and successfully helping people reclaim the money they lost in scams and Ponzi’s.
There has been a lot of misinformation spread about in the past week, and a lot of the people who made a lot of money from TrafficMonsoon have now moved on to the next scheme to fleece more innocent people. The best weapon is knowledge, so keep up to date with developments.
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