Do Not Pay

Do not pay any unlawful demands for money….Your money!

What do you do if you get a letter from a company accusing you of “illegally downloading” software, with a demand for money? The first thing you need to realize is that these scammers …that’s all they are…don’t know anything about you. They may know from your ISP that you have accessed a peer-to-peer website that allows visitors to download files, but that’s all they know Don’t tell them anything about you. And deny you have downloaded anything….anything at all. They only have an IP address, but that IP is for your ISP. It doesn’t identify your home address, or the computer you are accused of using to download files. They know nothing. Deny them any of your money.


(If you want to do something to stop the criminal corporate political parties continuing to destroy our nation and our Democracy, sign up for free at Advance Australia Group. We are not a political party. We are a political group of Australians who want to bring back the rule of law under our Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901….Click here to Sign Up!)

——————————————————–

DO NOT PAY!

internet-scammer

In November 2009 documents used by the companies involved in the speculative invoicing scheme were leaked onto the internet.

These documents show that the companies assign a ‘litigation rating’ to their victims. Essentially it highlights for them how worthwhile it is likely to be to pursue that individual. It is based on a large number of factors, few of which are related to the strength of the information presented as evidence. Primarily it is based on your own technical and legal knowledge, the potential that litigation might produce poor publicity (such as when a couple of pensioners were misidentified as filesharers of pornography) and the likely state of your finances (ie. if you have money they believe they can extract from you).

Your ISP didn’t tell the company how old you are. They didn’t say what your income is, if you have children, how many people live at your house, how your computer is configured, the length of your password, if you have a lawyer. Anything they know about you is either something they’ve found on the internet, or something you tell them.

In simple terms: their system works because you tell them stuff

If you are innocent and stick to a straight denial you will be one of tens of thousands of faceless unworkable claims. The minute you tell them about you they start ticking boxes, using the information to potentially find out more about you and most importantly – you become a real person to target – something beyond the IP address they started with.

Turn out the lights. Leave them in the dark. Tell them nothing.

The only time you should provide any information is if and when they supply any evidence to support an accusation against you personally. This has never happened to date. In the event it does, see a solicitor. Just remember that solicitors are also part of the corrupt political party corporate system set up after the 1986 Australia Act.

An important note: Do not rely upon knowledge of these documents to shape your reply. It is likely that if you do so it will just be obvious that you will have seen the leaked paperwork and this may not be to your advantage. However, while it is quite possible that the exact details of the paperwork will have been changed by the time this article is published it is clear that the companies are dependent on information from their victims to enable their scheme to operate effectively.

There is plenty more good advice in the PDF you can download. Click on the link. Keep it on file and bookmark this article, so that if you ever do receive a demand for money for downloading files illegally you can refer to it and fight back.

Click here to buy our e-Book, Steps to Fight Fines — and Stay out of Court


(If you want to do something to stop the criminal corporate political parties continuing to destroy our nation and our Democracy, sign up for free at Advance Australia Group. We are not a political party. We are a political group of Australians who want to bring back the rule of law under our Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901….Click here to Sign Up!)


Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.