Friday January 21 2005

Paul King loses domain name (Bradley Norrish)

Filed under: Bradley Norrish, IMCO Corporation — Josh @ 8:42 pm


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WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center
Supre Pty Ltd v. Paul King

1. The Parties

The Complainant is Supre Pty Ltd, c/ Middletons Lawyers, Melbourne, Victoria of Australia, represented by Middletons Lawyers, Australia.

The Respondent is Paul King, Landsdale, Western Australia, of Australia.

2. The Domain Name and Registrar

The disputed domain name <supre> is registered with TPP Internet.

7. Decision

For all the foregoing reasons, in accordance with Paragraphs 4(i) of the Policy and 15 of the Rules, the Panel orders that the domain name be transferred to the Complainant.

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The domain name records below suggest that Paul King may be an associate of Bradley Norrish


Domain Name:
Last Modified: 29-Jul-2004 02:44:19 UTC
Registrar ID: R00012-AR
Registrar Name: TPP Internet

Registrant: Supre Marketing
Registrant ID: OTHER None given

Registrant ROID: C1578329-AR
Registrant Contact Name: Paul King
Registrant Email:

Tech ID: C0681648-AR
Tech Name: Paul King
Tech Email:

Name Server:
Name Server:

Domain Name:
Last Modified: 18-Nov-2004 23:25:39 UTC
Registrar ID: R00012-AR
Registrar Name: TPP Internet
Status: OK

Registrant ID: OTHER N/A

Registrant ROID: C0982092-AR
Registrant Contact Name: Brad Norrish
Registrant Email:

Tech ID: C2212423-AR
Tech Name: Brad Norrish
Tech Email:

Name Server:
Name Server:

Wednesday January 19 2005

Bogus seminar baffles Burswood (Bradley Norrish + Chesley Rafferty)

Filed under: Bradley Norrish, Chesley Rafferty — Josh @ 7:21 pm

Bogus seminar baffles burswood

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Consumer Protection is investigating a ‘seminar’ being supposedly held at the Burswood Resort next week on Wednesday and Thursday, January 19th and 20th and is asking for witnesses to the potential scam to come forward.

Burswood has neither knowledge of the event nor any record of space or facilities being booked.

Investigations indicate that hundreds of businesses have been sent glossy advertising fliers from Australian Seminars Corp. promoting a ‘Google Day Seminar’ for $275 per place using Google’s trademark.

“Our preliminary investigations have failed to find any records of Business or Company names for Australian Seminars Corp. An address given in their literature was found to be temporary office accommodation in Subiaco which has been vacated”, Deputy Consumer Protection Commissioner Anne Driscoll said.

Burswood Resort and Internet giant Google Inc. have no knowledge of the event and have lodged complaints with Consumer Protection.

Bradley Stedman Norrish and Chesley Paul Rafferty both of East Perth signed for the temporary office accommodation that Consumer Protection has found to be connected with Australian Seminars Corp.

“Mr Norrish is known to the Department as he is facing Court on Monday January 17th to answer 60 charges relating to another of his operations, Employment Protection Australia”, Ms Driscoll said.

Consumer Protection’s enquiries are continuing.

Anyone who has sent fees to the Subiaco address should confirm if their cheque has been cleared and also contact the Department without delay on telephone 1300 30 40 54 or email .

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Tuesday January 18 2005

Ezinames not using Westpac merchant services (Bradley Norrish)

Regarding my complaint to a number of authorities about Ezinames (trading as Internet Registrations Australia Pty Ltd).

Westpac Banking Corporation (WBC) has written to to confirm that they

“do not provide merchant services to either Internet Registrations Australia Pty Ltd or Domain Names Australia Pty Ltd.”

Sunday January 2 2005

Recruiting woes (Bradley Norrish)

Filed under: Bradley Norrish — Josh @ 11:10 pm

More spyware may be next up for our Perth entrepreneurs.


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The Brain
Super Genius

question of the day
12-29-2004, 01:20 PM
Whoever said, “I want to write spyware for a living when I grow up…?”

How many people here [edit]who are willing to admit[/edit] have been tasked by their companies to write spyware…?

On the average.. how much does the average entry level spyware developer make..??!?

Train Spotter

Today, 12:21 AM

I interviewed for a position that turned out to be for a scam company. Their major business was sending adverts that looked like invoices. Domain name registration was a big one. First aid kits another.
All linked to phished sites with false information/ regulations/ prices.

They wanted me to write ’security tools’. Got a hint of something wrong in the second interview and ran a search on their company directors (as multiple company names hid real activities). Found what they actually did and said no to the job.

Now I look again, they seem to be moving ahead in leaps and bounds.

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