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Coainc.biz

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Current Alexa Rank

767,232

Updated Apr 04 2014
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Coainc.biz historical owner info, name servers, Analytics ID, Adsense ID, Addthis ID, advertisers, screenshots, meta tags, whois, site and server info.
Estimated Visitors

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122,729

Monthly Visitors

1,472,748

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Domain Information
Registrar GODADDY.COM, INC.
Created 23.02.2012
Updated 23.02.2012
Expiration 22.02.2015
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COA Inc | Offshore Company Formation and Loyal bank
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Offshore Company Formation, Offshore company, Offshore incorporation, IBC incorporation, IBC formation, Offshore bank account, Offshore banks, Loyal bank
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Monique Wilson
Organization
Street
Suite 508, Marina Towers
City
Belize City
Postal Code
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Country
BELIZE
Phone
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2015-03-22 (archive.is) Ready Made Shelf Company – Pre Registered International Companies, Shelf Company


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Clegg & Mopitt Fake Award - Acquisition International 2015 Awards

Check out the screenshot below. Wow what an amazing award to win. The 2015 AI (Acquisition International) award "Best in Offshore Outsourcing Consultancy - Philippines".
I don’t even need to verify the AI website or call Mr. Hicks to know this is bullshit.

Document creation date: 1 Apr 2015
Document Author: ADMIN (which is the default name all the docs on the website are set to)
PDF Producer: Microsoft Office Word 2007 (which is the default document editor for all the docs on the website)

If you are going to create a fake award.
DONT
  • Create a congratulations letter from your own PC.
  • Create the fake award during the first half of the year you are claiming to win the award
DO
  • Get Metadata for Dummies
  • Get yourself a new computer with current software. Surely you’ve skimmed enough coin to afford that.


domain owner: Jane Peter AI Global Media



Open Source Metadata extractor tool (National Library of NZ)

About
The Metadata Extraction Tool was developed by the National Library of New Zealand (Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa) to programmatically extract preservation metadata from a range of file formats like PDF documents, image files, sound files Microsoft office documents, and many others. It is now available as open-source software from http://meta-extractor.sf.net/. The Tool builds on the Library’s work on digital preservation, and its logical preservation metadata schema. It is designed to: o Automatically extract preservation-related metadata from digital files. o Output that metadata in XML formats for use in preservation activities. The Tool was designed for preservation processes and activities, but can be used to for other tasks, such as the extraction of metadata for resource discovery.
Capabilities
The Tool has both a Microsoft Windows interface and a UNIX command line interface. This enables work to be automated through batch processing or processed on an individual basis as required.

How the Tool works
The Metadata Extraction Tool is based on a library of adapters. Each adapter knows how to recognise and extract metadata from a different type of file. Adapters can handle dependencies within and between objects of varying levels of complexity, ranging from single, simple objects like TIFF files through to complex web sites or databases.
Architecture
Extracting preservation metadata is a two-stage process. In the first phase each incoming file is processed by the adapters until one of the adapters recognises the file type. That adapter extracts data from the header fields of the file and generates an Extensible Markup Language (XML) file. In the second phase an Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) transformation converts the internal XML file into an XML file in a useful format. The Tool currently outputs the XML file using the NLNZ preservation metadata data model schema.



Preservation constraints
The Tool operates under these constraints: o It must not change the files it processes. o It must process many thousands of files. o It must be consistent. o It must process simple objects (single files) and complex objects (many dependant files). The Tool opens all files as read-only, ensuring the integrity of original files. It usually only reads header information so the extraction process is fast. Consistency is vital because decisions about preservation will be based upon the extracted metadata.

The NZ Company Director Checklist

A pretty useful overview from NZ legal eagles quiggpartners.com . Attached is a copy lifted from the net.
Introduction
This Company Director Checklist has been designed as a practical guide to the main obligations and procedures of a limited liability
company under the Companies Act 1993.
This Checklist is tailored to a limited liability company incorporated under the Companies Act 1993. It is a general guide that is not
intended to be a substitute for professional advice. It will, however, highlight to a company director those situations where
professional advice may be required. This checklist was updated as at 31 May 2011.
Disclaimer
This Checklist is general and should not be relied on for advice. Quigg Partners and the authors disclaim any liability in
respect of anything done in reliance on this publication. This Checklist was prepared with directors of an unlisted limited liability
company in mind. Unless otherwise specified, reference to a "section" (abbreviated as "s") or "part" is a reference to a section or
part of the Companies Act 1993 ("Act").



URL Shortners & Tracking

I’ve been asked why I use url shorteners. The question probably arose in part because I don’t use them consistently….so why on some and not others….that answer is laziness (mostly I think). Even when I do use them I tend not to track the results. (why would I want to continually remind myself that almost no-one reads the posts I write…lol). Anyway here are a few notes on the subject.
Whats a URL Shortener?
URL shorteners are short Web addresses that redirect to the longer, full URL. (That stands for Universal Resource Locator - it just means the website address, like http://google.about.com). I use evernote for almost everything (this post is written in evernote and then posted to pistachio.io), you can share notes and notebooks as well as share public URLs, for example this post shared url is;
its quite long and ugly. the shortened version is much neater;
Goo.gl
I mostly use goo.gl although I have a bit.ly account that I do use sometimes through Short Menu (a cool Mac app - more on that below). But generally the content I share I think having a transparent tracker where anyone who is interested in the content can also access the tracking data.
goo.gl analytics Are Public
You can track anyone's goo.gl URL by adding .info to the end of it. For instance, the analytics to the URL goo.gl/626U3 , which points to google.about.com, can be seen at goo.gl/626U3.info.
What it doesn’t tell you is;
  • You can't see who posted it.
  • You can't see a definitive total of the visitors to the URL.
  • You can only see how many clicked on the specific short URL to get there.
Read more at the original post: all about goo.gl


My favourite Mac App url shortener is "Short Menu"
  • Short Menu automatically takes the long URL from your clipboard and copies the short URL for you.
  • Add all your bit.ly, Rebrandly, Google, Hive, tiny.cc, Droplr and CloudApp accounts.
  • Create as many custom services as you want by configuring custom URL requests.
  • Short Menu utilizes your Mac's power by allowing you to configure shortcuts and even automatic URL shortening.

Workflowy & Markdown hacks
There’s only one app that I use more than Evernote and that is Workflowy.
Clip to Workflow
So when I want to link Evernote notes to my workflowy notes I use "Clip to Workflowy" by workflowy Jedi rawbytz.


The beautiful thing about this URL clipper is that it creates a neat bit of ‘opml’ and takes that extra long and ugly evernote url and hides it in the note section of the bullet.
for example;

Copy as Markdown
I’ve also recently stumbled across a cool markdown extension which copies the webpage url link (and/or all the url’s of the other open tabs)

for example;
[App Stack](https://www.evernote.com/shard/s646/sh/adc45803-623e-4485-bfb0-771552e55db1/72099c942a9b981f)
Image URL Downloader

Another cool little Mac app thats free from the App store is URL Downloader
if you search "Frank" in google and discover "Frank-12.jpg" on a site, there is likely a series of images "Frank-01.jpg"…"Frank-02.jpg" etc. This free app from the Mac App store automatically downloads all of them for you and has the ability to work around naming challenges that might exist.



IP Location Finder - Geolocation


Where is Geolocation of an IP Address?

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Geolocation for IP 82.13.253.169.
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IP Location Finder

Here are the results from a few Geolocation providers. Accuracy of geolocation data may vary from a provider to provider. Test drive yourself, and decide on the provider that you like.

Do you have a problem with IP location lookup? Report a problem.

Geolocation data from IP2Location (Product: DB6, updated on 2017-1-1)

IP AddressCountryRegionCity
82.13.253.169United Kingdom EnglandOxford
ISPOrganizationLatitudeLongitude
Virgin Media LimitedNot Available 51.752220153809-1.2559599876404

Geolocation data from ipinfo.io (Product: API, real-time)

IP AddressCountryRegionCity
82.13.253.169United Kingdom EnglandAbingdon
ISPOrganizationLatitudeLongitude
Virgin Media LimitedOXFORD 51.6667-1.2833

Geolocation data from EurekAPI (Product: API, real-time)

IP AddressCountryRegionCity
82.13.253.169United Kingdom OxfordshireOxford
ISPOrganizationLatitudeLongitude
Virgin MediaVirgin Media 51.75-1.25

Geolocation data from DB-IP (Product: Full, 2017-1-4)

IP AddressCountryRegionCity
82.13.253.169United Kingdom EnglandOxford
ISPOrganizationLatitudeLongitude
Virgin MediaNot Available 51.752-1.25773

Geolocation data from MaxMind (Product: GeoLiteCity, updated on 2017-1-3)

IP AddressCountryRegionCity
82.13.253.169United Kingdom K2Abingdon
ISPOrganizationLatitudeLongitude
Not AvailableNot Available 51.6667-1.2833
Did You Know?

Guide to the High Tech Geekdom

WarmSleepy
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According to Sophos, every day at least 600,000 Facebook accounts and 30,000 websites are attempted to be hacked.
In 2012, a New York ad agency caused a stir by paying the homeless to be 4G wireless hotspots at the SXSW Festival as a "charitable experiment."
According to a study done in early 2014, 1 in 9 US adults believed HTML is an STD. 1 in 5 believed blu-ray was actually a marine animal.
According to Apple, everything a person says to Siri is anonymized and sent to Apple to be analyzed and is stored for up to two years.
Motorola designed and made a pill that when swallowed, IDs your digestive juices and makes your body able to unlock your electronic devices by touch.

Why do you need geolocation?

Pairing of IP address to a geographical location is called geolocation. There are times when you need to identify where your web visitors are coming from. You might have an ecommerce website, and would like to know where your potential customers are, pre-populate country code on forms, display different language and reduce credit card fraud based on geographic location. Or, you might want to fight against illegal spammers and hackers, and would like to locate source of a problem.

Although it would be nice to be able to find precise location of a visitor, it is almost impossible to find exact location of a host given its IP address. However, there are tools available to help identify approximate location of the host. ARIN Whois database provides a mechanism for finding contact and registration information for IP resources registered with ARIN.

You may also use 3rd party websites such as Geobytes or Dnsstuff to lookup the IP address. The whois lookup will reveal name of the ISP who owns that IP address, and the country where it is originated from. If you're lucky, you might also find the city of orgin. You may also use products developed by 3rd party companies like Ip2location. Our sister website, findmyip.org also provides a geographic information of your IP address.

You may also use reverse DNS to find out the hostname of the IP address, which might give you some clues. Many ISPs, Corporations and Academic institutions use location as a qualified hostname, although this is not always true. A couple of things to note here: (1) Reverse DNS translation does not always work. It depends on the correct configuration of the ISP's DNS server. (2) The US domain names such as .com, .net and .org does not always imply that the host is located in the United States.

You may use 'traceroute' command to find clues to the location of the IP address. The names of the routers through which packets flow from your host to the destination host might hint at the geographical path of the final location.


IP-based Geolocation FAQ

1. What is IP-based Geolocation?

IP-based Geolocation is mapping of an IP address or MAC address to the real-world geographic location of an Internet connected to a computing device or mobile device. Geolocation involves in mapping IP address to the country, region (city), latitude/longitude, ISP and domain name among other useful things.

2. Where can I get a IP-based Geolocation database?

There are a number of commercially available geolocation databases, and their pricing and accuracy may vary. Ip2location, MaxMind, Tamo Soft and IPligence offer a fee based databases that can be easily integrated into an web application. Most geolocation database vendors offers APIs and example codes (in ASP, PHP, .NET and Java programming languages) that can be used to retrieve geolocation data from the database. We use Ip2Location database to offer a free geolocation data on our website.

There are also freely available geolocation databases. Vendors offering commercial geolocation database also offer a Lite or Community edition that provides IP-to-Country mappings. Ip2Country.net and Webhosting.info (Directi) offer free IP-to-Country database that can be also integrated into your web application. There are companies also offering free web services that can be used to show geolocation of an IP address on your website.

3. How accurate is IP-based Geolocation?

Accuracy of geolocation database varies depending on which database you use. For IP-to-country database, some vendors claim to offer 98% to 99% accuracy although typical Ip2Country database accuracy is more like 95%. For IP-to-Region (or City), accracy range anywhere from 50% to 75% if neighboring cities are treated as correct. Considering that there is no official source of IP-to-Region information, 50+% accuracy is pretty good.

4. How does IP-based geolocation work?

ARIN Whois database provides a mechanism for finding contact and registration information for IP resources registered with ARIN. The IP whois information is available for free, and determining the country from this database is relatively easy. When an organization requires a block of IP addresses, a request is submitted and allocated IP addresses are assigned to a requested ISP.


https://www.iplocation.net/

Inside the Largest Virtual Psychology Lab in the World


Inside the Largest Virtual Psychology Lab in the World

Riot Games wants you to behave yourself when you play League of Legends, so it’s turned the game into a virtual lab

"Uninstall and go hang yourself." A teammate addressed those words to me as our five-person band of cartoonish champions faced defeat in the online game League of Legends. You might expect such invective in the brutal world of a first-person shooter game, but it’s also not uncommon in the folksy nature scenes of League of Legends, where you might find a crocodile warrior, a nine-tailed fox spirit or some tiny woodland critters wishing you various forms of death.

Though it looks whimsical, League of Legends is deeply competitive, leading some emotional players to spew insults that cover the spectrum of racist and sexist slurs. Similar behavior often goes unpunished on Internet forums and on social media. But Riot Games, the Santa Monica-based company behind this wildly successful game, wants to raise the standards of online communities. So it is experimenting with ways to encourage positive behavior and tamp down negative interactions. I had the choice to manually file a report against the player who told me to kill myself, but Riot is doing one better: it has been testing machine learning techniques to automatically classify behaviors and swiftly punish or reward players accordingly.

League of Legends is often called the world’s most popular video game—it draws enough online spectators during championship events to rival the millions who watch the World Series and NBA Finals. But it’s also a virtual lab capable of running experiments with thousands or even millions of human players, collecting data around the clock from time zones scattered across North America, Asia and Europe. Such a "big data" approach to studying human behavior could lead to new psychological insights that would be impossible to achieve in the confines of a university lab.

Riot takes great pains to point out how its experiments benefit the entire League of Legends community. The game company is likely reaping the rewards of this publicity campaign; experimentation in a similar vein by Facebook in 2014 showed that public opinion can quickly turn sour when people feel emotionally manipulated for corporate interests. Facebook’s failure to explain its motives up front allowed users to draw their own conclusions and imagine the worst.

Riot Games and Facebook are not alone in toying with user behavior. Many companies routinely do A/B testing to see how people respond to slightly different presentations of material on a Web site, tweaking text or images, for example, to get visitors to stick around longer or spend more money. Riot’s experiments are also in its self-interest—to keep players from quitting and to attract new customers who might otherwise be scared away by the toxic reputation of multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) games, says Jamie Madigan, a psychologist who studies video games. "In terms of using big data, I doubt Riot is the only game company using player tracking and so forth," Madigansays. "But I think they are unique in how they’re taking an experimental approach that is more scientific."

Riot’s relative transparency about its aims puts it ahead of the pack, as most companies don’t publicize how they tinker with the online experiences of millions of customers. As a result, Riot’s experiments also offer a rare glimpse into the ways that companies nudge our behavior online, every minute of every day.

The League of Legends experiments are the brainchild of Jeffrey "Lyte" Lin, a game designer with a Ph.D. in cognitive neuroscience from the University of Washington in Seattle. He began studying human behavior the way most academic researchers did, arranging lab experiments with small groups of 50 to 60 college students as his test subjects. Today, he heads Riot’s player behavior team of more than 30 researchers working in game design, statistics and data science as they devise social psychology experiments on competitive League of Legends gamers. Riot’s stake in reducing toxic player behavior goes well beyond the simple virtue of sportsmanship—the company’s "free-to-play" business model of selling non-essential game items depends on keeping players happy and invested in the game.

Lin and the Riot team wondered what would happen if they took known psychology findings and applied them on a massive scale to improve player behavior. "When we first started, applying classic psychology theories was the most logical approach," Lin says. "But as we settled in and better understood how to look at human behaviors online, we started digging in more and more into bleeding edge stuff." They soon realized that they could do more than just replicate classic experiments; they could do scientific research on human behavior that had never been possible before in an academic lab.

Riot began with a concept called priming. Past psychology studies have shown that exposing people to certain stimuli, such as particular words, images or colors, can subconsciously influence their later behavior. Lin and his Riot colleagues wanted to see if they could use color to influence League of Legends gamers to act more cooperatively within their five-person teams and display less rude or toxic behavior toward other players.

In one study, called the "Optimus Experiment," they tested five categories of messages displayed to players in red and blue, with white serving as a baseline for comparison. Among Western gamers, they found that a red message warning about the counterproductive results of negative behavior — such as, "Teammates perform worse if you harass them after a mistake" — led to a bigger drop in players having a bad attitude toward their teammates or insulting other players than the same message displayed in white. A blue message highlighting the benefits of positive behavior also helped reduce toxic behavior.

The experiment turned up some surprising results, too. Lin got some laughs from an audience at the 2013 Game Developers Conference when he revealed data showing how a positive message highlighted in red — "Who will be the most sportsmanlike?" — actually led to an increase in negative behavior.

In another set of experiments, Lin and the Riot team wanted to better understand the spread of both good and bad behavior within the League of Legends community. An early investigation turned up surprising results that flew in the face of expectations based on the "negative bias" concept in psychology; the idea that negative stimuli or incidents linger in people’s memories more strongly than positive ones.

"When we investigated the spread of behaviors in online communities, we did notice toxicity spreads and spreads quickly, so it stands out in player memories," Lin says. "What was surprising to us is we found a little evidence that positivity might spread faster than negativity. We’ll be devoting a few resources to studying that this year."

Though Riot’s experiments lack the pristine conditions of a traditional academic psychology experiment, the sheer volume of behavioral data channeling through Riot’s game servers every day — chat messages and in-game actions from an estimated 27 million daily players — allows the Riot team to collect vast amounts of data very quickly. "It’s not about precision in any data point; it’s all about quantity," Lin explains. They can test many different experimental conditions simultaneously. For instance, the Optimus Experiment tested 217 unique conditions across more than 10 million games worth of data, with 10 percent of all games acting as controls.

Some of Riot’s experiments are causing the game to evolve. For example, one product is a restricted chat mode that limits the number of messages abusive players can type per match. It’s a temporary punishment that has led to a noticeable improvement in player behavior afterward —on average, individuals who went through a period of restricted chat saw 20 percent fewer abuse reports filed by other players. The restricted chat approach also proved 4 percent more effective at improving player behavior than the usual punishment method of temporarily banning toxic players. Even the smallest improvements in player behavior can make a huge difference in an online game that attracts 67 million players every month.

Lin and the Riot team cite plenty of statistics to back the idea that their experiments and disciplinary measures are working. But it’s often tough for individual players—such as myself—to tell whether we are encountering fewer toxic players on the whole. Still, I continue to witness players frequently reporting toxic behavior and encouraging other players to do the same, which suggests they believe in the system.

Riot is not alone in collecting data about human behavior on such a massive scale. Tech companies such as Amazon, Google and Facebook also commonly test thousands or millions of customers’ reactions to changes in the popular online services each company provides.

"If those processes could at least be opened to academic researchers — or at least to observation — research in human behavior would advance very rapidly and change the character of how research could be done," says Brian Nosek, a social psychologist at the University of Virginia. "You could imagine with this sort of iterative process that science would just come out, boom, boom, boom."

Nosek helped pioneer the big data approach to social psychology. As a graduate student at Yale University in 1998, he helped set up a virtual laboratory through a website called Project Implicit during the early days of the modern Internet. The Project Implicit website hosted a series of fun online tests and questions that helped Nosek and his colleagues survey people’s biases about race, gender or sex. "In the first three days, I collected more data than what I could collect in an ordinary lab throughout my entire career," Nosek says. "Since then, 16 million study sessions have been completed on the site. That has totally changed my area of research, because I could get so much data about particular psychological effects."

The Project Implicit website currently gets about 20,000 participants per week, yet that number likely pales in comparison to the number of people using Amazon or Facebook services every second. He and other academic researchers remain frustrated by their lack of access to such private data troves. "I don’t have the impression that many are particularly open," Nosek says.

Riot could be an exception. Last year, the company launched six research collaborations with universities, including a project with the University of York in the UK that looked at how the names of League of Legends gamers reflected real-life characteristics. A collaboration with MIT aims to measure teamwork among five strangers on the same League of Legends team and develop a "collective intelligence" test that can predict performance on certain tasks.

"They’re the only game company being so public about their research," says Madigan, the games psychology expert. "They almost use it as a marketing tool to say, ‘Hey, we’re trying to make our community better and your experience with the community better.’"

For example, the experiments may have helped Riot avoid controversy that could have been sparked by the idea of running experiments on unwitting gamers. "Most of their research is about how do we get people to not be assholes," Madigan says. "Who’s going to object to that aside from hardcore trolls?"

By comparison, Facebook was not so lucky when it collaborated with Cornell University researchers on an "emotional contagion" study that was published in the journal PNAS in 2014. Many Facebook users were outraged that the experiment had tweaked Facebook news feeds to reduce the visibility of either positive or negative emotional content posted by friends; changes that led to cries that the network was manipulating the emotions of its unwitting users. People questioned the lack of informed consent and whether such an experiment should have cleared review by an institutional review board (IRB) that acts as the independent ethics committee for university research.

In fact, Cornell University’s IRB had taken a look, but concluded that the study did not require full review. Why? Because it was Facebook’s team alone that carried out the experimental manipulation of news feeds and collected the results before handing them over to Cornell’s main researcher. The ethical regulations for academic research don’t apply to "human subjects research" conducted by companies alone, writes Michelle Meyer, director of bioethics policy in the Union Graduate College-Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Bioethics Program.

Lin says the Riot team always ensures that the appropriate university IRBs review any "League of Legends" studies done in collaboration with academic researchers. That approach may help joint research efforts between companies and universities better pass the ethics sniff test going forward. Future collaborations with academic researchers might even help ensure higher standards of ethical oversight and public disclosure among companies.

Riot’s experiments and Facebook’s study provide a small glimpse of what’s going on behind the curtains in this era of online behavioral manipulation. Long before the Internet came along businesses were manipulating our moods and actions through tailored shelf displays in stores, glossy magazine advertisements, commercials and product placement in movies and TV shows. But big data tools allow companies to study and manipulate online customer behavior with unprecedented scale and speed; the smallest changes can influence the online experience of thousands of people within the blink of an eye.

Such power to manipulate emotions and actions may allow for some unnerving possibilities. What if a shopping service were to find it profitable to encourage feelings of mild anxiety so that online users engage in more impulse buying? Whether for good or for ill, many of these experiments are likely to go unnoticed — if the Facebook emotional manipulation study hadn’t been published in a top-ranked journal, it’s very likely that no one would have been the wiser.

For now, though, Riot’s open goal of shaping a positive player community suggests a more benign possibility for the future. The company recently took a cue from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, which rewarded good behavior among teens with coupons for free movies or food. Riot’s equivalent was to give well-behaving League of Legends players a free gift — a virtual costume for a player’s character. "When you do surprises throughout the course of a year, it encourages players to be on their best behavior," Lin says. "Because they’re never sure when a gift will come."

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Wham Bam Thank You Scam

Today I came across a fantastic video on youtube "Wham Bam Thank You Scam". I haven't even finished with viewing the video's but its a cracking story. Once Ive finished viewing and getting my head around the scam. I'm going to put a little effort into some OSINT research to see what additional (or validating) information. I just might be lucky enough to snag some overlaps.



Bizoffice.co.nz - Domain and Hosting | Myip.ms


bizoffice.co.nz

Popularity: < 200 visitors per day IP Address: 103.14.40.190 IP Location: Australia, Victoria, Rosedale IP Reverse DNS (Host): dwl-alb-cpanel07.digiweb.net.nz Top Level Host Usage: 52 sites use XXX.digiweb.net.nz as IP Reverse DNS Hosting Company / IP Owner: Umbrellar Limited Owner IP Range: 103.14.40.0 - 103.14.43.255 (1,024 ip) Owner Address: 3/78 Apollo Drive, Rosedale, Auckland 0632 Owner Country: Australia Owner Phone: +64-21-887316 Owner Website: iddy.3rings.co.nz Owner CIDR: 103.14.40.0/22 Whois Record Updated: 29 Sep 2015 IP Address Change History:
Bizoffice.co.nz has used the same IP address (103.14.40.190) during 2015-2016 years
Website Nameservers:
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Certificate of Incorporation - EFIL Euro Forex Investment Limited

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ABFX Finance Limited

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EURO FOREX INVESTMENT LIMITED - Officers (free information from Companies House)


EURO FOREX INVESTMENT LIMITED

Company number 03827349

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15 officers / 15 resignations

BLOOMSBURY SECRETARIES LIMITED

Correspondence address
Kingsway House, 103 Kingsway, Holborn, London, WC2B 6AW
Role Resigned
Nominee Secretary
Appointed on
18 August 1999
Resigned on
18 August 1999

WISNIOWSKI, Robert

Correspondence address
12 Florence Road, Chiswick, London, W4 5DP
Role Resigned
Secretary
Appointed on
18 August 1999
Resigned on
8 April 2004

ABFX FINANCIAL SERVICES LIMITED

Correspondence address
The Meridian 4, Copthall House, Station Square, Coventry, United Kingdom, CV1 2FL
Role Resigned
Secretary
Appointed on
17 July 2012
Resigned on
21 November 2012

Registered in a European Economic Area What's this?

Placed registered
ENGLAND & WALES
Registration number
8097098

DENAURA ADVICE LTD

Correspondence address
95 Wilton Road, Suite 717, London, United Kingdom, SW1V 1BZ
Role Resigned
Secretary
Appointed on
21 November 2012
Resigned on
30 September 2013

Registered in a European Economic Area What's this?

Placed registered
UNITED KINGDOM
Registration number
6878249

SC OVERSEAS MANAGEMENT LIMITED

Correspondence address
Suite 717, 95 Wilton Road Victoria, London, SW1V 1BZ
Role Resigned
Secretary
Appointed on
29 April 2009
Resigned on
17 July 2012

SMALL FIRMS SECRETARY SERVICES LIMITED

Correspondence address
1 Riverside House, Heron Way, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2XN
Role Resigned
Secretary
Appointed on
8 April 2004
Resigned on
29 April 2009

BLOOMSBURY DIRECTORS LIMITED

Correspondence address
Kingsway House, 103 Kingsway, Holborn, London, WC2B 6AW
Role Resigned
Nominee Director
Appointed on
18 August 1999
Resigned on
18 August 1999

BYRNE, David Andrew

Correspondence address
2 Mountview Court, 310 Friern Barnet Lane, Whetstone, London, N20 0YZ
Role Resigned
Director
Date of birth
May 1964
Appointed on
21 November 2012
Resigned on
31 October 2013
Nationality
British
Country of residence
United Kingdom
Occupation
Business Consultant

GRIGORIAN, Sergo, Dr

Correspondence address
11 Parklands, Cholmeley Park, London, N6 5FE
Role Resigned
Director
Date of birth
January 1961
Appointed on
18 August 1999
Resigned on
8 April 2004
Nationality
British
Country of residence
Russia
Occupation
Director

MAGRO DE ALMEIDA, Joaquim

Correspondence address
10 Brutton Street, Level 6, London, England, W1J 6PX
Role Resigned
Director
Date of birth
January 1949
Appointed on
17 July 2012
Resigned on
21 November 2012
Nationality
Portuguese
Country of residence
Portugal
Occupation
Investment Adviser

REPOVS, Denis

Correspondence address
Josipa Makuca, 005, Solkan, Slovenia, SLOVENIA
Role Resigned
Director
Date of birth
October 1976
Appointed on
29 April 2009
Resigned on
17 July 2012
Nationality
Slovenian
Occupation
Director

SHILDS, Marc

Correspondence address
Roska, Cesta 9, Ljubljana, Slovenia, SLOVENIA
Role Resigned
Director
Date of birth
February 1951
Appointed on
29 April 2009
Resigned on
17 July 2012
Nationality
Slovenian
Occupation
Director

STAMATOVSKI, Zoran

Correspondence address
Prisojna Ulica, 001, Litija, Slovenia, SLOVENIA
Role Resigned
Director
Date of birth
June 1958
Appointed on
29 April 2009
Resigned on
17 July 2012
Nationality
Slovenian
Occupation
Director

VALENCIC, Vladimir

Correspondence address
Maroltova 13, 1000 Ljubljana, Solvenia
Role Resigned
Director
Date of birth
July 1950
Appointed on
29 April 2009
Resigned on
20 July 2012
Nationality
Slovenian
Country of residence
Slovenia
Occupation
Director

SMALL FIRMS DIRECT SERVICES LIMITED

Correspondence address
1 Riverside House, Heron Way, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2XN
Role Resigned
Director
Appointed on
8 April 2004
Resigned on
29 April 2009

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Forced buy-ins

Sometimes in a short sale, it will be necessary to purchase the stock back and close the position for regulatory purposes. This is called a forced buy-in, and is a risk you take when initiating a short position.

A forced buy-in typically occurs as a result of one of two circumstances;

  1. Firms have an obligation under SEC Rule 204 to make delivery to satisfy settlement requirements with the buyers. If your short sale contributes to the inability to make a delivery, you could be forced out of your position. Sometimes, the lender of the shares will recall their shares, and occasionally it is necessary for you to buy back the shares so they may be returned to the original lender.
  2. The other event that could result in a forced buy-in is if your margin lender is no longer able to borrow shares for your short position, in this case you would receive a notification informing you that you may need to close out your position by the following business day, if you are unable to then your margin lender would be left in a position where they would have to buy the position for you - resulting in a forced buy-in



Want to eyeball retained data in the UK? You need a decent reason



The legality of the UK's Investigatory Powers Act has been called into question by a landmark EU legal ruling on the 21 Dec 2016, which has restated that access to retained data must only be given in cases of serious crime.
The landmark judgment was handed down by the European Union's Court of Justice, setting a new precedent for EU member states' data retention regimes, stating that access to such data must be restricted to the purpose of preventing and detecting serious crime.
The ruling results partly from a legal challenge against DRIPA filed by two MPs, David Davis and Tom Watson, though Davis subsequently exited the complaint against the government following his appointment as the government's minister for exiting the EU.

The above was auto-summarised from the following article "Landmark EU Ruling: Legality of UK’s Investigatory Powers Act Challenged"

CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA (Merry Christmas to me.....)



CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
Zaria Street, Off Samuel Akintola
Street,Garki 11, Garki-Abuja.
Our Ref: FGN/CBN/NIG/01/2016.
Your Ref...............................
From The Desk Of Mr. Godwin Emefiele.
Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)
SUBJECT: Dear Valued Customer.
Dear Friend,
I wish to use this medium to inform you that your CONTRACT/INHERITANCE Payment of USD$10,500,000.00 (Ten Million Five Hundred United States Dollars) from CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA have been RELEASED and APPROVED for onward transfer to you via an ATM CARD which you will use to withdraw all the USD$10,500,000.00 in any ATM SERVICE MACHINE in any part of the world.
We have mandated United Bank For Africa, to send you the ATM CARD and PIN NUMBER which you will use to withdraw all your US$10.5Million Dollars in any ATM SERVICE MACHINE in any part of the world, but the maximum you can withdraw in a day is US$10,000.00 Only.
You are therefore advice to contact the Head of ATM CARD Department of United Bank Africa (UBA);
Contact Person: Mr. Goodluck Egobia,
Tell Mr. Goodluck Egobia, that you received a message from the CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA. Instructing him to send you the ATM CARD and PIN NUMBER which you will use to withdraw your USD$10.5 Million Dollars in any ATM SERVICE MACHINE in any part of the world, also send him your direct phone number and contact address where you want him to send the ATM CARD and PIN NUMBER to you.
We are very sorry for the plight you have gone through in the past years.
Thanks for adhering to this instruction and once again accept our congratulations.
Best Regards.
Mr. Godwin Emefiele.
Executive Governor,
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

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United World Markets Limited



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