Wednesday, June 30, 2010
NAAS Media Reports are now back up and are accessible.
Thank you foe your interest in NAAS Media Reports. The three recent articles cover Cyveillance, Inc., Clark County Collections, Nevada State Bank, and a sophisticated Steven Worth phishing scam.
Steven Worth is a fictitious person that Clark County Collections, and Nevada State Bank, and a few other suspicious Nevada-based entities claim to exist. In reality, we have found no credible or independent evidence verifying the existence of the person.
The objective of the scam appears to be an attempt to harass, annoy, and to solicit personal information.
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Clark County Collection Service, LLC. represents itself as a collections agency. Clark County Collection Service, LLC purports to have been recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of America's top 500 fastest growing companies. This is hard to believe given their unprofessional looking website, a YouTube video that has only garnered less than 400 views in over two years, and the fact that the company has very incompetent employees with questionable IQ levels. Moreover, Entrepreneur Magazine is not recognized by National Academy of American Scholars as an authentic magazine that accurately analyzes businesses.
Clark County Collection Service, LLC. has repeatedly used telecommunications equipment to contact alleged and fictitous persons that the company has yet to prove even exists.
According to intercepted NAAS Agent phone logs, persons or companies claiming to represent Nevada State Bank have made multiple phone calls to NAAS offices. Each phone call purports to be an effort to contact a Steven Worth. However, no evidence has been located that verifies the existence of this person, nor his claimed ties to NAAS offices.
Each phone call to an NAAS office by commercial agents or persons must be preceded by the completion of eNAAS EAS/N2 Form GEC 002; this is an an NAAS requirement designed to ensure that calls are legitimate, and comply with federal telecommunications laws. A failure to complete said form represents an explicit violation of important NAAS EAS/N2 Rules that prohibit such conduct.
It is entirely possible that the alleged person of 'Steven Worth' is associated with the State Education Departments of Idaho, Montana, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Utah, or Nevada. These are the only states whose Boards of Education, and State Superintendents are openly operating, promoting, and endorsing 'NAAS' Accreditation scams.
Perhaps the person of 'Steven Worth' is associated with the State Education Departments of Idaho, Montana, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Utah, or Nevada. These are the only states whose Boards of Education, and State Superintendents are openly operating, promoting, and endorsing 'NAAS' Accreditation scams.
Clark County Collection Service, LLC. claims to be licensed in twelve states, including Arizona, California, Georgia, Iowa, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah and Virginia. Clark County Collection Service, LLC. also claims to have offices in Las Vegas, NV and Sioux Falls, SD. It is unclear whether this company boasts 'NAAS' accreditation by corrupt Idaho government officials.
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Austin Ventures, a Texas-based venture capital firm provided in excess of $5million to The American LLC. NAAS Media Reports reveal that The American Academy LLC is a Utah-based outfit that is also a staunch collective member of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc.
In fact, in November of 2009, barely a month had passed before some idiot at Austin Ventures decided to formalize its agreement with The American Academy, that company was served with a legal CEASE AND DESIST NOTICE to stop infringing upon the NAAS label. In addition, public notices of this infringement were posted throughout the Internet, and even on multiple media channels. Eventually, NAAS Agents forcefully stripped The American Academy LLC of its illegal use of the NAAS label because the company would not voluntarily comply with a CEASE AND DESIST letter to stop molesting the NAAS label. What can you expect from a Utah-based company??
Besides, many contend that child molestation is part of the culture of many parts of Utah.
Would you invest millions of dollars in a company that can't even police itself from infringing upon other company's tradeamarks?
As of June 2nd of 2010, The YouTube channel of the American Academy had less than 700 channel views. Apparently, their clients do not think much of their YouTube channel and neither does management; YouTube claims management has not logged into the account in over 2 months. With $5 million dollars in their pockets, where has the money been spent? Who are the investors of Austin Ventures? Do the investors know how their money is being spent?
According to their propaganda literature, Austin Ventures (AV) claims to have worked with talented entrepreneurs to build valuable companies for nearly twenty-five years.
Apparently, Austin Ventures (AV) is itching to waste millions of dollars. They boast $3.9 billion under management. Sounds impressive, but Bernie Madoff had over $100 billion. AV is the most active venture capital and growth equity firm in Texas. So what!
The moral and ethical credibility of Austin Ventures and its ability to evaluate investment prospects is a matter that its investor base should consider.
The American Academy owes a debt to National Academy of American Scholars for its unethical use and profiteering of the famous and respected NAAS label, and its false claims to students that its operations were christened 'NAAS' Accredited. In fact, The American Academy LLC was not, never has, and is currently unfit to be NAAS Accredited.
When is Austin Ventures going to clear the name of The American Academy?? Any investment in this company will be contested until its debts are cleared.
Monday, June 7, 2010
Designed to provide ammunition against suspicious companies like Cyveillance, Inc. According to NAAS DEIA Agents, Cyveillance, Inc. has systematically attempted to thwart NAAS SPAM efforts and has attempted to crawl, and index NAAS.ORG web pages without authorization.
Cyveillance, Inc. claims "The majority of the Fortune 50, including leading security and services providers, such as AOL and Microsoft, rely on Cyveillance to protect their organizations and customers from online threats." If this true, these U.S. companies have adopted inferior standards, that have failed.
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