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April 23, 2008

Great Video and Write-up on the eBay Pulse script

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This researcher did a great job with his video on the eBay Pulse Script. It’s the one run by the top tier Pulsers which adds 1 watcher every 90 seconds. http://www.gurucreation.com/2008/04/ebay-pulse-scam.html

There is one missing piece in the puzzle. He says that you can add watchers to a scheduled listing. But why does the number of watchers on new listings by Kekoa64, MysteryGiant and Josh Kulp start where the last listing ended?

For example, jjfjq’s last listing ended with 116,644 watchers on Sunday, 4/20, and the new one started with 117,862 watchers on 4/21?

There must be a way to relist an item without losing the number of watchers.

Thanks, anonymous, for the link!

Finally, I wonder what video creation software is gurucreation is running. It has sweet features.

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41 Comments »

  1. Actually “Anonmous” is actually “Daniel Millions” aka seo_marketing_master who tried to making his “millions” scamming people. Here is is ebay ID and you can see his scam site at http://www.DanielMillions.com. Notice the same exact voice as the “gurucreations” video.

    http://myworld.ebay.com/seo_marketing_master/

    This is him here

    His trade mark is putting the “no scam” symbol in his auctions and postings

    But it should actually say “big scam”.

    http://www.gurucreation.com
    http://www.dmkiller.com/

    Are also his. He is constantly in a position of point “scam” fingers at others only to divert away from his “scam” tactics. So be warned run far, run fast from this guy.

    He also writes constant articles about how to avoid “scam” using the key word “scam” so that his actual “scam” appears further down the search engine results and he tries to come accross as a “Robin Hood” See for yourself:

    http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=daniel+millions+scam&fr=yfp-t-501&toggle=1&cop=mss&ei=UTF-8

    Here’s his email if you want to ask him why all the coverup and diversionary tactics. sales@danielmillions.com

    Comment by anonymous — April 23, 2008 @ 8:52 pm | Reply

  2. I am using Camtasia and it’s great but there is a learning cure. There are a few tricks with the software that I didn’t mention in the post so people don’t try to duplicate it 😉

    Comment by anonymous — April 23, 2008 @ 11:06 pm | Reply

  3. I can’t spell I have been working all day “curve”. There is several updates on my forum which I forgot to mention.

    I don’t know if you allow URL’s to be post but I will give it a try…

    http://gurucreation.com/forum/ebay-pulse-scam-t280.html

    Comment by Ebay Pulse Scam — April 23, 2008 @ 11:08 pm | Reply

  4. This is a quote from Josh aka:jjfjq

    Please fill me in….

    Of course you know who I am…my warrior name is Josh **** ( edited for privacy by Admin )…I’m not hiding anything.

    Let me tell you, I didn’t know how MysteryGiant was getting my listings on the pulse until I read your post. At first I thought he owned a high traffic website, and was just posting the auctions, and perhaps asking, or giving people an incentive to watch them. This was back when my auctions would get less than 10k watchers and make the pulse. But as the numbers climbed, I figured he must be doing something else….but I wasn’t sure what.

    About a year ago I was contact by him…he said he liked my product and wanted to promote it as an affiliate.

    I of course agreed to this. Shortly after, some of my auctions, (the auctions I had agreed to pay him a commission on) started making the pulse.

    I asked him about it, and he said everything was legit, nothing to worry about. Since I knew he had been doing this for about a year before he contacted me, I assumed he must be telling the truth.

    I also think your video is pretty believable, and this must be how he is generating the watchers.

    So here I sit, just observing, trying to figure it all out.

    Hi,

    Thanks for the reply.

    Yes, that is the 100% truth.

    I was selling about $3k net profit worth of my eBook on eBay per month.

    MysteryGiant contacted me, and asked if he could promote my product. I had never spoken with him before.

    I agreed, and this is where we are today.

    I understand that you were not “aiming” for me. I do not personally know Kekoa, but I have emailed back and forth a few times with him regarding JVs, etc… For all I know, he was brought into this the same way I was.

    Josh

    http://www.gurucreation.com/2008/04/ebay-pulse-scam.html

    Comment by callum — April 24, 2008 @ 8:17 am | Reply

  5. Actually saw this post below and to believe the real “scammer” is Daniel Millions http://www.danielmillions.com & http://www.gurucreation.com too. Check out this post (comment #3)

    http://watcheditem.com/2008/04/21/the-new-ebay-pulse/#comments

    Very interesting indeed.

    I have seen that program before and that is what is what ebay user ********* used to sell. Daniel Millions has a website and is currently selling other programs “Auction Watch” programs by ebay user ********** Write me for the links and I’ll show you there is a direct affiliation between the two as that program in is video bogus. It used to work with watch feature but no longer does.

    That is why you’ll notice in his video that he takes a “30 second” pause when in actually it is a graphic manipulation trick. Simply a stunt designed to take attention off Daniel Millions scam and place the heat somewhere else. It’s a simple effective tactic to make others look bad so he looks good technique used by unscruptulous scammers the world over. Good luck.

    Comment by Eureeeka — April 24, 2008 @ 10:29 am | Reply

  6. Lol, Tell me something I DON’T know.

    Daniel Millions (i.e. gurucreations / ebay id seo_marketing_master ) has been up to those tricks for a long time. Loves the money too much I guess.

    Comment by Lol — April 24, 2008 @ 6:49 pm | Reply

  7. P.S. I saw Daniel Millions video also and he said he has never used the “tricks” to get to the pulse but have seen him ( seo_marketing_master) 8-10+ times in the #1 slot on the foreign pulses quite often (Australia and UK) with 8k+ watchers out of the chute. Its the auction(s):

    Get Rich Quick Scams SUCK, So I Did Something About It!

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=102485&item=290170986284

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=102485&item=290170986251

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=102485&item=290170986215

    You may recognize this graphic

    as he has used it several times one the pulse. Yep that’s Daniel Millions and/or Gurucreations.

    He made a HUGE error in which it exposes some of the scripts he has used with regards the MakeTrack (watcher script etc..) See for yourself (scroll down at his auction sites).

    He hastily cancelled it as you see the “The seller ended this listing early because the item is no longer available for sale.” at the top of each one.

    More Diversionary tactics.

    Comment by Lol P.S. — April 24, 2008 @ 7:02 pm | Reply

  8. You guys are right, gurucreations is eBay ID seo_marketing_master.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=290165771904

    Comment by estreet — April 24, 2008 @ 7:06 pm | Reply

  9. Yes that is my eBay ID and I didn’t post it because I don’t want a million PM’s asking for the software – that’s no big secret.

    DM Killer is one of my websites. 2006millionare is not my website just check the whois genius.

    Danielmillions.com is also my website and this proves what, that I have another website.

    As far as the comments about me linked with a auctions watch program, I don’t even know what you are talking about.

    Video “trick” and a pause give me a break. Also posting replies to your own comments is what someone who is scared does.

    Maybe you are Keoka64 or mysterygiant – or maybe not but it’s obvious you have some interest in this and it scares you.

    Yes I had auctions with a lot of watchers and maybe one did hit a different country of eBay Pulse. How do you think I made the videos – I had to run the auctions, lol.

    Of course I canceled them once I made the videos I needed. It’s not rocket science.

    Comment by Ebay Pulse Scam — April 24, 2008 @ 11:47 pm | Reply

  10. Before the same person makes another 3 posts with different “ID’s”, yes I did take my pictures down.

    I don’t need idiot’s like you filling the Internet with lies and using my face as your scape goat.

    Anyway I’m done here have a great life 🙂

    Comment by Ebay Pulse Scam — April 25, 2008 @ 12:10 am | Reply

  11. “who is” is easily manipulated. Just like it was easy to take down your pics.

    Here is further proof the Daniel Millions is tied in with the manufacturer of the “pulse” software AND http://www.2006millionaire.com as he is selling his products on his website.

    Direct quote from above from Daniel Millions “As far as the comments about me linked with a AUCTIONS WATCH program, I don’t even know what you are talking about.”

    Need even further proof that 2006millionaire.com is Daniel Millions. Here’s the search

    http://search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=A0geu5hOehFISIAAhC5XNyoA?p=2006millionaire.com+daniel+millions&fr=yfp-t-501&ei=UTF-8

    Look thru and you will see dozens of articles written by him in association with making schemes and 2006millionaire.com

    Something is definitely fishy here and it appears as the one crying wolf seems to be in cahoots with the manufacturer of this so-called pulse software. I will definitely get to the bottom of this and report back I’m sure.

    Here’s more proof

    So as you see once the lies start he tells another to cover up the last one. tsk, tsk, tsk. Oh and here’s one more lie exposed. I have PERSONALLY seen 8-10 auctions on foreign pulse from Daniel Millions so his quote “…and maybe one did hit a different country of eBay Pulse.” is a lie also.

    Comment by tsk, tsk, tsk — April 25, 2008 @ 12:48 am | Reply

  12. I may have actually helped this dm guy by telling him how I thought the rest of the scam went in an email (the parts he said he was confused about).
    I actually bought into this guys story for a few minutes before I emailed Josh to let him know he was being scammed by dm and to stop all communications and relax.

    Comment by callum — April 25, 2008 @ 7:18 am | Reply

  13. Does anyone want to retract their own comments? I’d be happy to do that.

    Michelle

    Comment by estreet — April 25, 2008 @ 7:53 am | Reply

  14. It wouldnt be funny if mysterygiant turned out to be dm

    Comment by callum — April 25, 2008 @ 8:04 am | Reply

  15. “Maybe you are Keoka64 or mysterygiant – or maybe not but it’s obvious you have some interest in this and it scares you”.

    lol, we have all got some interest in this and have all been trying to work out how its being done, otherwise we wouldnt be here now would we?

    I used to drag bits of machinery home that I found on the street when I was a young child, cause I wanted to know how they worked.

    It would drive my mother crazy.
    Its a human weakness, not knowing, wanting to know.

    How many here have been on the pulse page?

    Another human weakness is greed, if I ever find a software that workes, I will be on the pulse, that much I can tell you in all honesty (no scam) lol.
    Im probably being more honest than anyone else will.
    I dont feel the need to delete any of my comments.

    Comment by callum — April 25, 2008 @ 8:24 am | Reply

  16. The dude is suspended from ebay now…

    Comment by haha — April 25, 2008 @ 9:55 am | Reply

  17. I think it would be even funnier if MysteryGiant, Daniel Millions, Kekoa, Josh, Itsupersonic1, Woohoomysteryman, AuctionsWatch, SolPol etc… were actually ALL on the board at ebay and Paypal or Presidents of some big email watch club. Maybe it’s an opt-in trick or something. By opting in to a list you agree to watch certain auctions. Hopefully we find out what was/is really going on.

    Who knows, I have actually seen that software before back when it used to work with guest feature that’s how I knew the manufacturer connection mentioned above. That software was rendered obsolete once ebay put a stop to that not to mention that they now require credit cards for all new ebay accounts. Anybody got over 100,000+ legit credit card #s laying around…..anybody?….surely someone here does…..drats…. Whatever they are doing must not violate terms of service or they would all be scattered.

    I’ve probably already burned my bridges with MysteryGiant and Daniel Millions etc…so I don’t anticipate they would even consider me for a joint venture. If anyone has any answers write me at blogtastic82@yahoo.com as I wouldn’t mind getting on the pulse to but I’m sure it’s a lot harder to make $ these days with gas prices going up and the restrictions on digital items but it might be a fun ride though.

    Comment by tsk, tsk, tsk — April 25, 2008 @ 10:14 am | Reply

  18. The digital items thing is really simple to get around, you just sell a licence instead of a product download.
    Then the user uses his licence to download the product.
    Im actually glad that it has come to this because it has forced me to invest in a digital licencing system with php script encryption and tracking facilities that I wasnt using before.
    Its going to help me to keep track of copyright infringers people that pay no attention to the licencing terms on my products (products that I spend a lot of time developing).
    I can simply switch them off now.
    Im working on transferring my digital products to licences at the moment.
    I sell php web sites and templates so its affected me aswell.
    This digital item ban is really only intended for the scammers.
    The reason I felt the need to come here and defend Josh is because ive seen his feedback and I know how hard it is to maintain feedback that good (his is better than mine and I try really hard to keep poeple happy), he doesnt strike me as being a scammer.

    Comment by callum — April 25, 2008 @ 11:03 am | Reply

  19. tsk, tsk, tsk: So you must have a credit card to register on eBay…that’s interesting.

    Is this true for all ebay sites? If so, than the video shown cannot be the method mysterygiant is using.

    It would also be interesting to get Daniel’s response to the statement that the software program shown in his video is outdated and no longer works with eBay.

    Comment by Jason — April 25, 2008 @ 11:08 am | Reply

  20. When he said he was asked to publish by his friends but also felt the need to dig his own story alarm bells started to ring.

    I work with an NLP specialist, I showed him the article and this blog he showed me a few more things.

    People give themselves away with their actions and reactions.
    You can still get an account on ebay if you have a domain, but then domains are traceable to their owner.
    You cant with a hotmail, gmail etc. If you are using an anon email account you need a credit card.

    I just tested this.

    Comment by callum — April 25, 2008 @ 11:24 am | Reply

  21. I should have mentioned there is an automated phone call from ebay aswell, with a code you need to input.
    Its pretty tight these days.

    Comment by callum — April 25, 2008 @ 11:26 am | Reply

  22. callum: interesting.

    Did you try this on ebay uk, au, singapore, etc…?

    That’s the only possible loophole to the credit card requirement that I can think of.

    Comment by Jason — April 25, 2008 @ 11:27 am | Reply

  23. im in the uk

    Comment by callum — April 25, 2008 @ 11:33 am | Reply

  24. I think they would keep records and 100k phone calls to the same number is going to get noticed.

    Comment by callum — April 25, 2008 @ 11:36 am | Reply

  25. As far as I know you have to have a credit card on file to list anything.

    Comment by callum — April 25, 2008 @ 11:37 am | Reply

  26. I was starting to lean toward a possible API exploit, but im not going into it, Ive caused enough damage with the email I sent to this millions character.

    Comment by callum — April 25, 2008 @ 11:41 am | Reply

  27. When a Joker such as Daniel Millions tries to come along and undermine their effort of honest people for the sake of a quick buck and some poor excuse attention for himself that’s sad. Take a look at this picture of Daniel Millions and you tell me this guy is not into himself.

    I noticed when I searched for ebay pulse scam that Daniel Millions has been busy posting it around to try to paint himself as the Rosey Robin Hood when in fact he is not. So I guess what I’ll do is if those sites are still around in the next couple of weeks is simply post this thread about the Daniel Millions scam to the same exact sites as he did and get it embedded in those search engines as well.

    Obviously several of them are his sites as he is the diversion king and won’t permit such posts on his sites but I have a several tricks up my sleeves to make sure that ALL creditable ebayers don’t fall victim to schemes of predators like this. I want to see WooHooMysteryMan, Princes Di dresses, Oscar the Grouch banks back on the pulse just like everyone else. Could care less about seeing the others but I don’t believe they are running a “scam” as Daniel Millions so loosely claims.

    If he begins removing the threads I won’t follow-thru with continuing to expose Daniel Millions scam antics but I think it’s the right thing to do to defend those with superior ebay feedback as I have followed the pulse for a long time and have seen most of the material on there. I don’t agree with some of their tactics but I do believe when 10,000+ customers give you positive feedback there is some merit to that and it is obviously not a scam..

    From what I’ve seen most of it is helpful in fact Josh has 100% positive feedback so I know that he is not a “scam” the others are pretty darn close to 100% as well so it is safe to say they are probably not a “scam” either. When someone has 100% or close to 100% fb (which is hard to obtain) it shows that those particular sellers devote long hard hours to customer service, time away from family, quality product etc.. as you know people on ebay can be very difficult so that even prooves they are quite the opposite of a “scam”. Even the moderator of this forum would likely appreciate the efforts it takes to maintain a good reputation as she does.

    So if you’ll join me in this upcoming blog campaign email me at blogtastic82@yahoo.com and we’ll put a stop to this nonsense once and for all. I’ve got the venues set and will prepare the releases should those “scam” posts still be active in the next 2 weeks. Thank you.

    Comment by tsk, tsk, tsk — April 26, 2008 @ 11:49 am | Reply

  28. bye the way callum (comment 26) I’m starting to agree with you on the API thing not certain though.

    Comment by tsk, tsk, tsk — April 26, 2008 @ 11:52 am | Reply

  29. There is nothing on the pulse page now and this software has been released for download by dm.

    Comment by callum — April 27, 2008 @ 6:33 am | Reply

  30. As suspected, “software” conveniently doesn’t work. I knew it was a hoax. It was a cleverly designed video of manipulated screen shots.

    Notice that you only had a very small picture of what Daniel Millions was doing at all times in the video. That’s because manipulated graphics were sitting just outside the view box for him to grab and move into view and (very cautiously if you’ll notice). All that time Daniel Millions

    wasted trying to “expose” scammers when the “scam” is on him again. If this “software” is the ticket to the pulse then I would think that we would not see anyone on the pulse unless they are getting their by legitimate means such as watch clubs, opt-in methods or something similar.

    Don’t know about api methods as I don’t know how that would work. Thanks everyone for all the emails to blogtastic82@yahoo.com There always seems to be a bad apple in the bunch so we need to pull together to elimate ebay of them. This is gonna be fun.

    Comment by tsk, tsk, tsk — April 27, 2008 @ 11:45 am | Reply

  31. Lol, I see Daniel Millions has been busy subscribing my email blogtastic82@yahoo.com up to various sex and other websites. Sad because it’s my primary. Diversions, Diversions, Diversions to draw negative attention away from himself. Shady tactics but he is very predictable.

    Comment by tsk, tsk, tsk — April 27, 2008 @ 7:03 pm | Reply

  32. Josh Kulp is a cheater. His auctions are against eBay’s TOS.

    Whether Daniel Millions is a moron or not isn’t an issue. The issue is, Josh’s auctions repeatedly get over 100,000 watchers even when his auctions get as little as 1,000 views.

    Plus, every time he re-lists, the watchers stay intact. Another cheat and again it is against eBay’s TOS. Because no one else is allowed to do that as a

    That’s cheating the system. The only way he’s surviving is because eBay hasn’t figured it out yet.

    Josh’s “Oh I don’t know how it works” is crap talk and a big lie. He knows how it works and knows it very well. The fact that he would be making nothing if he weren’t on the pulse is a dead give away.

    Plus, these guys like Kekoa64 use other unethical methods like ending auctions 5 minutes before end time which makes it impossible to leave feedback. Is it a surprise that he has only 3,000 feedback when he sells over 400 ebooks in 1 month especially the fact that he has had a high feedback long before he started cheating to get to the pulse.

    Bottomline is Josh is an unethical marketer. He knows it very well. He should stop his unethical acts or shut up and keep cheating. Not say “I’m a saint, I don’t know anything” B.S. You are cheating and because of you, many honest eBay members who work hard to get watchers are losing sales and losing hope on eBay.

    I recently talked to eBay’s staff, and they’ve promised that his account will be banned soon. They are only waiting to know how it works so that they can block the loophole so this cheater and unethical dweeb doesn’t create another account and do it again.

    – Mark

    Comment by Mark G — April 28, 2008 @ 7:55 pm | Reply

  33. Mark – You have your facts wrong on so many levels…makes me wonder if you did any real research at all.

    I would never, ever, do anything unethical, illegal, etc…for any amount of money. You don’t know me, so for you to state otherwise in a public forum is libel….remember that.

    Secondly, to say that I wouldn’t sell anything without the pulse…that’s just not accurate, not at all. I had months of several thousand dollars each, without even seeing the pulse.

    No eBay seller needs the pulse, if you are losing hope on eBay because you can’t make the pulse, you aren’t going to make it anyway. Pack your bags and leave town, it’s over.

    Comment by Josh Kulp — April 28, 2008 @ 10:29 pm | Reply

  34. Hello Mark (formerly known as Daniel Millions). I think the true “unethicalness” comes when you take someone who has 100% feedback and run their name through the mud because you can’t sell any of your bogus product. If you see in those pics Josh has there are pictures of Kids and a Wife so it show that SOMEONE believes in him.

    When a self-centered person such as yourself Daniel Millions comes along and tries to destroy that because his own $13.00 product

    “Get Rich Scams Suck so I Hurt Other People and throw temper tantrums to get my Way”

    only sells 3 copies a month then the problem is not with Josh or anyone else but it is with you and your own product.

    It seems that even without the pulse Josh is still making money and you are not. If you were so high and mighty and the king of selling YOU would have 100% feedback. You remind me of a combination of vanity smurf (the one with the mirror always looking at himself) and the Fonz gone bad when you acting like such a child Daniel Millions
    with regards to your marketing yourself at the expense of slandering others.

    http://i297.photobucket.com/albums/mm239/blogtastic82/danielmillions.jpg (need I say more about that pic)

    As far as you are you are concerned Mr. Kulp. If what you are doing is hurting people and taking food out of mouths of starving kids in Africa then please stop. I DON’T suspect that it is because I have seen various posts on warrior forum and around the net and can see you appear to be genuine.

    My guess is this, You have vanity smurf holding a mirror trying to play Robin Hood because his items aren’t selling so he attacks a family man Josh because Daniel Millions is try to make a quick buck off of attacking someone else with a 100% Feedback. That record speaks for itself. Keep up the good work Josh and if you ever feel like showing me the promotion ropes than drop me a line and maybe you can make some more money to.

    As for Mark (“Daniel Millions”) short term gain is never worth long term consequences. You will see this the more post falsities about others. “Get Rich Scams do suck” so stop participating in them.

    Comment by tsk, tsk, tsk — April 28, 2008 @ 11:53 pm | Reply

  35. My name is Mark Garner. Don’t have to lie about it. Daniel Millions is a moron and a scammer. That’s a fact.

    So is Josh Kulp. Anyone buying from Kulp is really buying from an unethical marketer who is breaking eBay’s TOS.

    Why else is MysteryGiant and Kekoa64 banned? Can you enlighten us Josh?

    No you wont.

    Why do your auctions get 100,000+ watchers and RANK OVER celebrity charity events? Isn’t that hurting celebrities from getting monies to their charities? That’s where I have a problem with you and your ilk. Scarlett Johansson’s recent auction that went to a charity was beaten by you morons cheating the system.

    I’m a family man myself and that doesn’t mean I get a free ride. Since when is being a “warrior” make someone exempt from taking criticism for their lack of ethics and morals?

    Maybe Josh should enlighten us why he got banned from DigitalPoint and what his profit margin is without getting to the pulse? Chances are they are none because of the eBay fees.

    It’s fine if you are cheating the system and making money but when he comes out and acts as if he’s full of ethics, that’s where I get pissed off. And FYI, I’m not Daniel Millions, I run an eBay business that is honest. I actually bought Josh Kulp’s books and let me tell you, other than having how he gets on the pulse, his ebooks are useless.

    When you are put on the spot, it is easy to create different accounts and post Josh, we all know you are “tsk tsk” and we all know you tried to create different accounts and “shill feedback” on DigitalPoint which caused the admins to ban you.

    I know your history, and I know that you are getting away with it because no body is questioning you in the WarriorForum.

    Your WarriorForum account will be disabled soon because you also cheat with your WSO’s by purposely using manual delivery and padding up the number of posts without getting back to them to get the “fire” we all know your shameful unethical tricks Josh. So stop acting like we don’t know you.

    Your eBay account will be disabled soon too, it’s only a matter of time. Then “tsk tsk” and the ilk will be no where to be seen.

    Mark Garner

    Comment by Mark G — April 29, 2008 @ 4:45 pm | Reply

  36. Oh Markey Mark (Daniel Millions ), Why don’t you knock on Coca-Cola’s door and ask for their secret ingredients. They might give them to you. Probably not though. The same reason Josh is probably not going to give away his true secrets to promotion.

    It’s just not in either’s interest to enlighten you. Get your own methods / secret ingredients and Josh give me your secret methods please (oh well it was worth a try). It’s good to immulate success not throw temper tantrums and cry because your marketing strategies are not as effective.

    Josh, your 100% feedback level is impressive too bad the haters are jealous of your success.

    Too bad the world is filled with people who see the need to put good people down to cover up their own scams and try to make theirself look better. The “Daniel Millions scam” / “Gurucreation.com scam” scammers will come and go as they are in it for the wrong reason (to draw attention to themselves by hurting others) but stick to your guns and sell like a wild man.

    Josh, the people who get your products obviously like what you are doing and if your methods are changing their lives then that is commendable. If you didn’t promote the way you do whatever that way is it may mean that 100 lives might not have changed by implementing your methods. When your a world changer making a difference you don’t have to take lip off the scammers.

    tsk

    Comment by tsk, tsk, tsk — April 29, 2008 @ 9:51 pm | Reply

  37. Mark/Daniel/whoever you are:

    No, I am not tsk, tsk, tsk, I am sure that the owner of this website can verify that.

    And your comments, they are false, they are libel.

    Josh

    Comment by Josh Kulp — April 29, 2008 @ 10:40 pm | Reply

  38. I’m not going to take the time to read through all this crap but I did see my pen name mentioned on a quick scan.

    I haven’t made a post here under any other ID and I have no reason to. If anyone would like to talk to me you know where I am http://gurucreation.com/forum/ebay-pulse-scam-t280.html

    I’m sure there will be some idiotic response to this message here but don’t expect me to reply. I don’t have to to have an “Internet fight” nor am I on that level.

    Comment by Ebay Pulse — April 30, 2008 @ 8:26 pm | Reply

  39. Sure, Daniel Millions put it on a forum that YOU control so you can keep the Daniel Millions scam under tight wraps. Simply delete the comments that are constructive for your cause and that disagree with you.

    So it would be pretty much a pro- Daniel Millions forum. You pretty much have got this scam thing down to a science.

    Formula Attack good people, put out false things about dozens of people and make money when others buy into the lies about the good people and sell 3 more of your products for the month. Brilliant!!

    Guess when you’ve been doing it for so long you get good at it. Good thinking.

    Comment by tsk,tsk,tsk — April 30, 2008 @ 8:52 pm | Reply

  40. tsk,tsk,tsk….

    you are obviously one of the REAL scammers. Anyone with half of a brain knows that automation software like this exists. Why?

    There is even a Firefox extension you can use to do this!!!!!! It’s simple macros programming. We run numerous programs like this and any kindergartner can just use the macros firefox extension to pull this off. No need to “graphically manipulate” anything.

    Why have those ebay users all been banned now if they aren’t doing anything wrong? Because they all have been banned!

    The simple fact is that “Ebay Pulse” or “Daniel Millions” exposed a problem that has been going on for a long time. Ebay proved he was correct when they banned all these guys.

    Hmmm. So who is more likely to be the correct one here? The guy who exposed the scammers and ebay cancelled their accounts (and we can see proof they are banned now).

    Or, the guy on the blog who pointed out that “daniel millions” has websites and a picture of himself up?

    hmmmm. ???

    Anybody want to take bets on this one?

    Comment by Homer Grapes — May 2, 2008 @ 4:20 am | Reply

  41. Hello Daniel Millions, You obviously have not seen my posts asking Josh for help in getting to the pulse. Would like to get to the pulse and now looking at the pulse page right now I may have a shot as it looks like the watch count is lower to get there. I don’t know how that vitamin guy got there but one day I’ll be there too hopefully now that it doesn’t take as many watchers if I can convince someone with real knowledge on this matter to help me out. I feel like I can start a watch club and get a few hundred people to watch an item with little effort as my list is growing.

    The “simple fact” is that Daniel Million flat out attacked Josh Kulp a family man (with a wife/kids) with 100% feedback for your own personal gain. If you’ll notice your ebay id seo_marketing_master is still banned. So Homer Grapes / Daniel Millions if you get your jollies attacking people to make yourself look better nothing anyone can say will alter that as that is an internal issue that you need to deal with personally. Maybe now also we will see the return of fun auctions of WooHooMysteryMan and other weird auctions.

    Comment by tsk, tsk, tsk — May 2, 2008 @ 9:42 am | Reply


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