Article Content Provider’s Chris McElroy | Namecritic Scams

We’re Coming To HQ Of Chris McElroy’s Scam Operation

Posted in Chris McElroy by namecriticscam on November 21, 2008

In July 09 we’re going to be here:

I will be providing an update on our project later this year. You may email namecriticscam @ google mail dot com if you are interested in participating in a peaceful protest. You or someone you know must have been directly affected by Chris’ online behavior.

Chris, around one year ago you probably thought this was going to end soon.  That was in August 2007. More than a year later we’re as fired up as ever, and the publishing is not going to end. Sure, you’ve tried, but you’ve not tried hard enough. You have made your crappy blogs, registered namecritic.info and done a few other things too.

We’ve got so much left in the tank. In the next year, we will be doing the following:

  • Making a post in many forums where you have a profile, and alerting them to the scam. This is going to cause even more damage to your search engine rankings.
  • Your radio show will have comments to alert your listeners to what you are capable of.
  • We will do what it takes to get all of your Twitter followers following us. We will show them our posts and tell them what you’re capable of. This is an advance warning, so make sure to discourage your clients from following you on Twitter.
  • We have a list of all of your writers acquired from an email sent out in March. In future your employees should BCC to your list of writers. That was a school boy error. I realize not all of them will be working with you now, but I sure hope some of them are!
  • A peaceful protest outside your home in July 09. Your neighbors who have yet to visit our website will get to know the truth about you then.
  • I would be shocked if 2009 did not involve court action.
  • We know a few of your current and past writers, and based on that we have a decent list of your clients from searching Google for their articles. All of them are going to receive an email. The important ones will receive a phone call.

We’re fired and ready to go Mr McElroy. You business is already going down the tubes, and we’re going to help you sink it.

Your friend Chuck is hardly an innocent bystander, but he’s getting hurt all the same. You can have him on your radio show and send him one client a month, and you’re still not going to have a net positive impact on his business.

That’s right Fat Face: with friends like these…

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Exclusive: Namecritic’s Neighbor Chats With Namecritic Scam

Posted in Namecritic by namecriticscam on November 21, 2008

Namecritic Scam received an email on the 16th of October from a women claiming to be a neighbor of Chris. My mouth started to drip like Chuck Crawford’s might at the site of a delicious snack, pictured below.

Chuck Crawfords Idea Of A Diet

Chuck Crawford's Idea Of A Diet - Courtesy of D LeRoy

When you want to keep your identity under wraps, and so too does the source, it can be hard to validate their legitimacy and motive. As we have seen in the past, Chris will go to great lengths to take us down. After some initial trepidation, this lady accepted my offer of sending a letter to her address containing a code she would later have to validate via email. She’s confirmed it, but that’s really all I am able to validate about this source. While we would usually endeavor to uncover more about a source, I think there’s a good chance she knows Chris personally. She lives within 1.5KM of his house.

Her email says:

Like you say on your web site, Chris does tell everyone he is known as Namecritic because he is good at picking internet names! While he is not known by this nickname locally, I have heard it mentioned before.  Your comments about his charity aren’t entirely true. I have good reason to believe that he has done some genuinely charitable work. While I would never donate to his charity based on your comments, I do feel that you don’t see the full picture here.

Your website is currently the talk of my neighborhood! Everyone and their dog has seen it.

While he may have done the odd charitable deed, we know with absolute certainty that he has paid his writers through his charity. He admitted this in the comments of this blog. This is unacceptable behavior and deserves to be noted.

In a later email exchange, our source says:

Yes, he will go on-and-on-and-on about his business success. Even before I read your web site, I had my suspicions his success was likely to be exaggerated. He talks like he is a millionaire but does not live like it.

All I know is that he does get business [through the church]. The thing you have to realize is that who you know is more important than what you know. Like I said, this has caused some problems but his customer is far too polite to say something to his face. This website has spread like wildfire among people who know him within the local community, and I think that way of getting business won’t be working much longer.

We have had over 800 unique visitors with IP addresses near Chris (within 50KM). While not a massive amount, this could be a large percentage of the people that Chris knows. The lady had informed me that Chris has connections with the church and this is a way he gets customers.

When asked for her thoughts on Chris before she read this blog, she says:

Chris is all bravado, and shows off far too much. However, when I sense his weakness, it does make me feel genuine compassion towards him. He has a kind of nervous laugh that bursts out at the end of sentences. It’s actually kind of cute! He is also very good with children. They really seem to take to him.

When Chris has an opinion he wants everyone to know about it. This does not help him in making friends. He is not really an easy man to get along with. I have to say, other than the showing off, I used to think he was okay.

When you watch a soap opera, things are easy to understand. The bad characters lurk around corners, smile deviously and raise their eyebrows as the music reaches a crescendo. I’m afraid real life isn’t like that. Bad people do nice things, and nice people do bad things.

We all know Chris does lots of bad things. If I had to guess why, I would say it comes down to the money. Most early-entry domainers have retired or are off leading utterly extravagent lifes. Chris is stuck in his bedroom with his can of diet cola, his computer and his money troubles. He wonders why he is the latter rather than the former. I know Chris…it’s hard. Because you have below average intelligence, you’re never going to find it as easy as some.

Email namecriticscam @ google mail dot com if you:

  • Know Chris and have a story to tell;
  • Have been scammed by Chris;
  • Are Chris and you want to know how to end this thing.

Chuck Crawford is a Charlatan Douchebag (so too is Chris McElroy)

Posted in Chuck Crawford by namecriticscam on November 6, 2008

Help! Have I been scammed? asks a person on their journey to internet riches. Chuck Crawford — Fat Face Chubby Cheeks — must be sitting back in Mexico (or Texas?) smoking a cigar and telling his friends about the easy money available online. The guy doesn’t win much business these days, but he manages to get his hands on some. And when he does, it’s the easiest money going.

I don’t think Chuck has moved to Texas. I think he used to live there or he uses that address to route his mail to Mexico. Maybe this information will be helpful for our innocent husband and wife team on their search for a refund.

They also found out that Chuck was kind enough to register the WHOIS details in his own name, and I see their website is hosted on his own server (or so he would like you to think).

If Chuck’s claims were true he would own the 18th biggest company in Latin America. Chuck operates from his bedroom (fact) and likes to create the impression he has a m0ther fuck3r of a server farm and is Mexico’s answer to Google when it comes to employment.

He either uses his old laptop as his server or he owns a reseller account. My educated guess points towards the latter.

Chuck Crawford claims to have worked with hundreds of businesses. Many of which are in the Fortune 500. Really? Ask him who he has worked with and he’ll tell you his arms are tied by a confidentiality agreement. How convenient! All of his competitors are able to show off their work on their portfolio or client page, but Chuck can’t. What a shame.

I am able to confirm that Chuck also lies about his clients. He claims to have worked on Digg.com to some of his clients — only via email and over the phone. He has done this at least twice. We know this to be a fib.

Chris McElroy is happy to recommend everyone on earth to Fat Face Chubby Cheeks. However, you’ll notice that his websites aren’t created by Chuck. If this isn’t a wake up call to everyone, what on earth is?

Hire Article Content Provider: Pay High Rates And Get Poor Quality Today!

Posted in Article Content Provider by namecriticscam on November 6, 2008

Want to know how Chris McElroy makes money? The forumla is so simple that even a monkey could do it.

You go to articlecontentprovider.com and order some articles from the lovely Chris McElroy aka Namecritic.

Namecritic goes to freelance websites, like getafreelancer.com, and makes a post like this. He then gets loads of bidders from the developing world to bid on your project. Not all are from the developing world, but (almost) all of them aren’t competent enough to get a.) a job, or b.) work for real clients.

Many people will disagree with my comments above and claim there are some good suppliers on freelance websites. There are some, however according to data published by BusinessWeek only 16% of projects are completed to the buyer’s satisfaction. And of this 16%, many will have low standards.

Chris only pays the freelancers a fraction of what he charges you. He makes the rest of the money. It really is that simple.

Chris does not use this method to complete all of his projects. However, he is very active on a couple of freelance websites. What is more funny is that he also wins jobs on these websites. So someone posts a bid on getafreelancer.com and Chris wins. He then goes ahead and posts the same job on getafreelancer.com and offers to pay a lower price.

Some would call what Chris does a sophisticated arbitrage model. Others would call it a scam. Either way, he’s not adding any value, and that’s why — if you want to publish sh1t on your website — you might as well go directly to the source.

Chris (Namecritic) McElroy has his dirty fat hands in many a pie or two. This is just one of them.