Don't you ever get tired of losing?
It's fairly difficult for me to answer that question accurately, considering that I've never lost anything to you, except my temper.
I'm actually willing to bet that if we view the entire proceedings of case, little to no mention of the "American" issue would be found.
Do you remember what I typed earlier about "those with forethought always finishing ahead"? I took a break to grab some dinner and then watch an episode of Ultimate Fighter
with my husband, knowing perfectly well that you would bury yourself with a boatload of ignorant claims while I was gone. When are you going to learn that I NEVER show all of my cards at once, crook? It's far too easy to manipulate small, criminal minds (another great TV show, by the way) like yours.
The discussion was simple: has there ever been an essay mill that was brought to court and successfully convicted for its fudging of its location. The answer is NO.
LOL, this is just too
funny. I almost feel sorry for the idiot.
Now, let us proceed to yet another stomping of EW_writer's pebbles.
The following quotes exist in the - docs.google.com/gview?a=v&q=cache:_sNwZpsgP-sJ:docs.justia.com/ca ses/federal/district-courts/new-jersey/njdce/3:2007cv05491/208337 /18/0.pdf - final counterclaim by SNR. The crucial fact to remember
is that the Judge ruled 100% in favor of SNR on all counts, both as Defendant and Counterclaimant. This means that the Judge read the claims, studied the Exhibits, and found SNR's information to be 100% truthful and accurate (and so did *****'s own attorneys, by the way, which is why they immediately bailed, likely in fear of possible sanctions for wrongful and/or malicious prosecution).
--------------------------------------Although *****'s Complaint (at paragraph 3) asserts that it is "a Pakistani corporation with a place of business in Karachi, Pakistan," statements on the *****.com website from at least April 21, 2004 to the present claim that "***** is based in the US," and/or that its "front office operations [are] in the US," and that ***** maintains only a "production facility" in Pakistan.From "COUNTERCLAIMS" on Page 14
***** engages in a number of other deceptive and fraudulent practices, including but not limited to: (1) misrepresenting the credentials and experience of their writers, and thereby selling poorly-written papers prepared by persons who speak and write English only as a second language
; (2) posting images of fake, non-existent awards in order to mislead consumers; (3) falsely claiming to have received accolades directly from Yahoo and other major Internet authorities; (4) using Yahoo's logo, without permission, for financial gain, by superficially and deceptively connecting each of *****'s term paper sites to Yahoo - a "visually familiar," trusted entity; (5) posting fake "customer testimonials
," with corresponding photos of each "happy" customer.
*****'s originalthesiswriting.com - that blatantly and purposely lie about their credentials, experience, awards, and/or location in order to deceive American consumers
into believing that they are purchasing the time, research, and writing of, e.g., a "retired professor with a PhD and years of teaching experience"
*****'s termpaperrelief.com and PapersHeaven.com - that sell products replete with the stilted language and grammatical errors
common to the work of writers for whom English is a second language
Virtually all of *****'s hundreds of academic paper-writing sites have also wrongfully misappropriated the actual addresses of completely unrelated, legitimate companies and individuals
- including the home address of an Illinois government official - as business addresses for its term paper sites; ***** has used those entirely false addresses when registering the Internet domain names of its term paper sites that engage in copyright infringement. Pursuant to 17 U.S.C. § 504(c)(3)(A), these misrepresentations by ***** - knowingly providing or knowingly causing to be provided materially false contact information
to a domain name registrar, domain name registry, or other domain name registration authority in registering, maintaining, or renewing a domain name that ***** uses in connection with copyright infringements [and other violations] - create a rebuttable presumption that *****'s infringements [and other violations] have been committed willfully for purposes of determining relief.
***** owns and/or controls a website, IvyResearchPapers.com, which advertises that its writers are "a group of retired professors
holding nothing less than PhDs in [their] respective fields
," who are former "senior faculty members and research associates at various IVY LEAGUE UNIVERSITIES."COUNT III (Violation of the Lanham Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1125(a)***** falsely states that its services are performed by highly qualified, former faculty of American universities; and its term paper sites state or imply that their writing services are performed in the United States.
***** also fills orders by providing customers with work product prepared by authors who are not former faculty of American universities, but who are instead unqualified employees who speak and write English as a second language.
[ENJOINED:] *****, *****'s agents, and all those acting in concert with ***** and/or *****'s agents, generally - on *****'s academic term paper-writing sites, on any other type of Internet site to which ***** or any of *****'s agents submit any textual/visual content relating to academic paper sites, in *****'s advertisements in various Internet venues, or elsewhere - from falsely advertising and misrepresenting the nature, characteristics, qualities or geographical origin of its good and services in violation of the Lanham ActCOUNT IV (Common Law Unfair Competition)***** operates a number of websites that make false and misleading representations that they provide "custom written, original and non-plagiarized research paper-writing services" performed by highly qualified former faculty members of American universities.
***** also fills orders by providing customers with work product prepared by personnel who are not former faculty members of American universities, but who are instead unqualified employees who speak and write English as a second language.
Acts of unfair competition engaged in on *****'s hundreds of academic paper-writing/researching websites include - but are not limited to - (i) advertising false experience or credentials (e.g., "American and British writers"; "writers who have graduated or earned degrees from American and British universities"; "writing for 25 years"); (ii) advertising fake awards and customer testimonials; (iii) advertising a "money-back guarantee"; (iv) advertising "non-plagiarized" documents; (v) advertising original document writing in "2-24 hours"; and (vi) claiming false geographical locations - either on the pages of *****'s actual websites or in the websites' Whois records - in the United States, Britain, or anywhere outside of *****'s true locations in Pakistan/United Arab Emirates/Dubai.COUNT VI (Violation of the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, 56:8-1, et seq.)***** owns, controls or otherwise enables the website IvyResearchPapers.com, which advertises its writers to be "a group of retired professors holding nothing less than PhDs in [their] respective fields," who are former "senior faculty members and research associates at various IVY LEAGUE UNIVERSITIES."
***** also owns, controls or otherwise enables the website EssayRelief.com, which advertises "Writers holding PhDs and master's degrees, along with writing experience of no less than twenty-five years, to work on your essays."
In stark contrast to the descriptions, solicitations and representations on *****'s term paper sites, the services actually provided by those sites are unlawful, and reflect the shoddy and incompetent work of "writers" for whom English is a second language.
*****'s false and misleading warranties regarding the quality and originality of its products and services constitute an unconscionable commercial practice, a deception, a fraud, a misrepresentation, and unlawful conduct in connection with the sale of goods and the performance of services contracted for, in violation of the Consumer Fraud Act.
Hey, everyone-here comes the part where the proven liar, EW_writer, claims "victory." It's sort of like a buck claiming victory as it rides-tied down and half dead-on the top of a hunter's truck.