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Jun 12, 2005 12:33 pm

Put Trader, where are you? 



Darvy:

im doing a research for my site..... and needs to answer the following questions:

How can I prove that the sexual conduct was unwelcome?



Maybe the other party has to prove it was welcome.

Darvy:

Is my employer still responsible if the harasser is a co-worker?



Not necessarily.  If you think you're going to hit the lotto because a coworker asked you to go on a date, you are wrong.

Darvy:

If I am being sexually harassed by a co-worker at my job, should I report the harassment to my supervisor and/or to management?



That's the general policy that needs to be followed.  How can you
expect them to do anything about it if you don't report it?


If you report it and they fail to act on it, then maybe you'll get rich.  Otherwise you wont.

Darvy:

any help would be greatly appreciated..thanks in advance


Good luck on whatever it is that you are doing.

Jun 23, 2005 3:07 pm

I usually lurk but don't post, but this one caught my eye since I really dislike net scams. That said, since it doesn't look like you're going to get an answer on the original poster's motivation, here's some additional information

Domain Name: SOCIALSECURITYLAWATTORNEY.COM Registrar: TLDS, LLC DBA SRSPLUS Referral URL: http://www.srsplus.com<?:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /> Updated Date: <?:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />10-nov-2004 Creation Date: 23-sep-2004

Expiration Date: 23-sep-2005










Oddly enough, the telephone number also belongs to


 


Addictions Counseling Associates
401 25th, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
(310) 545-9009


That could just be an error in the yellow pages reverse look up, I haven't tried calling the number.



TLDS dba SRAPLUS looks like a legitimate registrar located in Herndon, VA.


 


Soc Sec Law Attorney is associated with 999network, an internet content provider sponsored by Cannall Communications at


The Old Workhouse
Higher Union Road
Kingsbridge
Devon TQ7 1EQ
 
 

The site is heavy in advertising and referral links, lots of them in the Europe, the UK, and other parts of what was once referred to as "The British Empire", India, Pakistan, etc.


 


All in all, this doesn't look like anything more sinister than an attempt to drive traffic to the site and hopefully generate revenue for click-thrus to the referral links. I'd routinely ignore anything from this domain.


 


But, just for the fun of it, anyone in LA want to take a spin down Santa Monica and tell us if the address is a store front, mail drop, or office?


 


 


 

Jun 28, 2005 9:27 pm

 The internet is a wonderful place isn't it? 

Jun 29, 2005 8:16 pm

josephus,


Wow, great work! You da man!

Jun 30, 2005 8:45 am
josephus:

 

The
site is heavy in advertising and referral links, lots of them in the
Europe, the UK, and other parts of what was once referred to as
"The British Empire", India, Pakistan, etc.


 


All
in all, this doesn't look like anything more sinister than an attempt
to drive traffic to the site and hopefully generate revenue for
click-thrus to the referral links. I'd routinely ignore anything from
this domain.


 

But,
just for the fun of it, anyone in LA want to take a spin down Santa
Monica and tell us if the address is a store front, mail drop, or
office?



Many advertising programs prohibit spamming to drive traffic to your
site.  If someone complains, maybe his account will get whacked.



By the way, did you know that click-through ads can pay anywhere from
$0.01 to $45 per click?  A year or so ago I read that webmasters
with webpages about mesothelioma were getting $45 per click-through
from lawyers advertising their services.  I don't much care for
lawyers, so I clicked like crazy!  Those lawyers had to pay for
those clicks! 



According to this, the click-through rate for mesothelioma lawyer ads is up to $100 per click.



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http://www.minnlawyer.com/story.asp?storyid=3590


Which brings us to the question: What is the going rate for
“mesothelioma” at Overture these days? (Mesothelioma is a rare cancer
associated with asbestos exposure.) Answer: $100 per click through —
just about double the rate paid a mere year ago.



You may not use Overture, a Web search engine that exemplifies the
“pay-per-click” model of Web advertising, but many people do, directly
or indirectly. And some Web advertisers are willing to pay a quick $100
just to have any of those users who choose to search for mesothelioma
click through to their Web sites. These advertisers, of course, are
lawyers looking for clients.

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I think I'll go cost some lawyers some money later on.  If I find the time, that is. 



I'm an a$$hole, o-e-oh!