Dear Predicto Mobile or NextWeb Media representative,
It seems that your left hand does not even know what your right hand is doing.
NextWeb Media owns Residential Email as well as Predicto and Predicto Media.
By some unfortunate coincidence the name of your top management seems to be related to previous unauthorized cell phones charges and scam cases filed across the country in last 4 years.
After I recouped with other lawsuits, Eyal Yechezkell, CEO and Itai Kathein, President helped to found another company called Email Discount Network (EDN).
EDN was sued in Florida, Washington State, and Georgia for the same type of scam Predicto is spreading today.
See Washington State Office settlement agreement (EDN)
See Georgia Settlements (EDN)
See Georgia Subscriber Refunds
http://www.georgia.gov/00/article/0, 2086, 5426814_5684686_80061913, 00.html
See state State of Florida complaint:
A new class action was filed 09/18/2009 in Eastern District of Michigan: Predicto used expired cell-phone contracts to bill new cell phone subscribers see court document at:
Another scam is actually running called Residential Email/ESBI (residentialemail.com) see blog http://tiredcynic.blogspot.com/2007/08/watch-out-for-residential-email-fraud.html
My guess is that NextWeb Media, Predicto, Predicto Mobile, PredictoMobile, Residential Email or whatever is using kind of pyramid scheme to pay back previous subscribers and make profit on top of it with new subscribers just like Madoff in the financial arena.
My question now is: do Cell phone companies ever check customers complains, I just send a letter with a photocopy of the above documents to Verizon and ask them how they can authorize Predicto Mobile as a 3rd party.
Dear readers, if you have some time, please send these documents to your cell-phone companies (Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, Alltell, etc…). Hope this document will help get some refund from cell phone providers.
Please report to FBI cyber crime division at https://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx and to Attorney General office.