Wikiwarnings ~predatorswatch.com

This slime operator and his co-conspirators are back at harvesting PUBLIC RECORDS of DEAD BEAT DADS and publishing such information online for the sole purpose of EXTORTION.

Michael Wayne King of Miami, Florida and his accomplices from INDIA, Los Angeles, CA,  Raleigh, North Carolina, Moscow, Russia, Punjab, Pakistan, Houston, Texas and across the GLOBE see haversting people’s public records such as arrest, delinquent child support payments, and those individuals that use craigslist or the internet to find champions a GOLD MINE and lucrative business of EXTORTION.

Harvest public records, set up mouse traps to identify individuals that engage in predatory practices online and post the information.

Next, offer SEO or reputation removal service. His so called consumer website wikiwarnings.com is a camouflage for his true motives.

The same data mining methods and templates were used for Predatorswatch.com and Potentialprostitutes.com websites right about the same time last year – 2012. He seems to prey on the Defenseless.

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The following A records are set to 209.141.39.215:

  1. badbizreport.com
  2. badboydirectory.com
  3. badboyescort.com
  4. blacklistreport.com
  5. cheatersrus.com
  6. deadbeatregistry.com
  7. godaddyrus.com
  8. gotrevenge.com
  9. liarcheatersrus.com
  10. ns2.liarsandcheaters.com
  11. predatorslist.com
  12. predatorswatch.com
  13. reportdeadbeats.com
  14. reportmyex.com
  15. scamboard.com
  16. scamfound.com
  17. stdregistry.com
  18. valleymetalrecyclinginc.com
  19. Exposeascam.com
  20. complaintsbureau.com
  21. consumeronlineprotection.com
  22. ReputationArmor.com
  23. complaintsitereview.com
  24. ReputationFriendly.com
  25. exposeascam.com
  26. JailArrest.com
  27. BustedMugshots.com
  28. Mugshotsonline.com
  29. imagemaxpr.com
  30. RemoveSlander.com
  31. badbizbureau.com

3 thoughts on “Wikiwarnings ~predatorswatch.com

  1. SFA Reporter says:

    About Me

    My name is Michael King, [MikeKingUSA.com] and I began my career by earning a Criminology Degree at Vincennes University located in Vincennes, Indiana. During my MikeandAdrianaKingstay at Vincennes University, I became a member of the Law Enforcement Association where I attended several seminars and training courses regarding white collar crime.

    I continued my academic pursuits in earning an additional degree in Pre Law from Purdue University. After working as an Officer with the Starke County Sheriff’s Department in Indiana, I made my move to Miami, Florida in 1998.

    I worked for two years as an Insurance Fraud Investigator and then as a Legal Specialist with the Office of the State Attorney.

    I then further pursued a career as an Investigator with the state with the adult crimes division. After serving nearly five years with adult crimes, I was promoted to an Investigator with the Office of Inspector General working directly under the Governor of the state of Florida in 2006.

    After working for the Office of Inspector General, I accepted a position of investigator with the Florida Department of Agriculture. It was here that I learned of businesses supporting the state through fines which were issued by the Department including myself.

    Millions of dollars a year are given to the state by Florida businesses due to the lack of knowledge, mismanagement, language barrier, and negligence on behalf of the government.

    Our goal is to aid Florida businesses that are regulated by the government and above all, those who have fell victim to the governments money motivated inspections. It is our belief that the government should obtain their monies through means other than through hard working Florida business owners.

    • Florida Department of Agriculture New Policy
      October 27, 2010 | 7:18 amNumber of View: 2772The Florida Department of Agriculture has a new policy. If your business requires a license from the Florida Department of Agriculture you will need to read this. If you forget to renew your license on (example) May 1, 2010,on May 2, 2010 your fine will be mailed to your business. The average
    • Miami Dade Police Inspection LBT
      October 25, 2010 | 2:32 amNumber of View: 2956Miami Dade Police are currently making rounds to unsuspected businesses who have failed to renew their Local Business Tax (LBT) licenses. Most people think that this is simply another license to hang on the wall, and if you are one of these who believe this you are in for a rude awakening.

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