by Structured Settlement Watchdog
Mt. Airy Faker David Springer is apparently still trying to game the system, using reputation manipulation. David Springer posted to Ripoff Report on August 28, 2016, that he was ripped off by a Romanian Bot vendor and is trying to rustle up support for a class action law suit. According to the Rip Off Report, David Springer allegedly invested $3,000 for reputation manipulation products that allegedly didn't work. While one would normally be sympathetic, the description of the software suggests that Springer was investing in software to cheat. Having observed the Springer structured settlement 'circus' for several years, where he engaded in his own brand of reputation manipulation, culminating in a Maryland judge making a judicial determination about Springer's "questionable business practices" and a monetary judgment against Springer, Springer claims on Linkedin to be involved in a company called First Guaranty Ads. He claims that in a 3 year period started up an SEO company currently serving 22 full-time Fortune 1000 clients.
The target of Springer's rage is TrafficBots.com, a Romanian software vendor that sells products that manufactures Facebook Likes, comments and posts, You Tube likes and comments. Can you believe this?
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This seems like something that the Federal Trade Commission should be interested in.
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