Residents Medical

Things aren’t what shown in Residents Medical youtube video

In Residents Medical promotional video on YouTube, they show you a person, firstly in casual clothes. This person gets to know about Residents Medical from, seemingly, his college’s notice board. And then he goes and searches the firm from the Internet. After that, he confirms an appointment on https://residentsmedical.com/.Cut to, it shows this person doing research and assignments at various places, until “Ross Michaels”, i.e. name of the person, becomes a Resident. This video is very alluring for anyone doing medical, to fall for the trap. I was one amongst the many that fall for the crap that Residents Medical, charges for! Firstly, we were a batch of four people who registered for their program together. After talking with the other three, I got to know that I wasn’t charged the same as the other three were. Two of us were charged 1,00,000 and the other one was charged 1,50,000 and I was charged 2,00,000. When asked to justify the pay disparity, we were told that the faculty that was going to assist us was different and hence there was a difference in the amount that was charged to us. This gave us the first shock after we signed their agreement. We discussed amongst ourselves, what should be the real reason behind this? And decided to enquire the question individually in our own manner! After inquiry, it was founded that the doctors that they lists and brag about what they are on board with them are not actually on-board with them. But they, for a fact, outsource them to provide services at Resident Medical. If you go on their website, there is not a single clue that you would know about this fact. There are seven MD doctors that they claim are with Resident Medical. But they are hired based on requirement and demand and in-flow of students. Because of this there a pay disparity which the individuals won’t ever come to know because they are assigned doctors on the basis of what they’d be willing to pay. There is also a separate person who decides on the basis of background of the students who applies for the course, what he/she can be willing to pay. It is shocking to know that in the name of education, such a business racket is run. Just to expose such a racket, me and my other three friends, we went on knowingly and put our money at risk. After that, we were subjected to their, so-called training at other institutes. We demanded to know the name of institutes, at which they say in the video, which they are going to assign each one of us to. We were shocked at the response they got! The director of Resident Medical called four of us, individually and then told us to stop what we were doing. He said that he could give us the name of institutions only on one condition and that is, we were not allowed to share the name of institutions that each one of us got. In our next meeting, we lied to the director and agreed only to get the name of institutions that we were supposed to do our internships from! After getting the names of the institutions, we got to know that the institutions weren’t what they promised us at the start. They promised us some different names and they gave us some other names. The reason, behind which they said, was that the names that they had given us before weren’t available on the dates they were sending us on internships. When we asked to talk to the institutions and check for ourselves, they denied us. One of the institutions in which one of our friends had contact with was the one where we managed to ask, just to keep a check on whether or not we were delivered truth, was the one that said to us that the institution’s laboratory and doctors were available on that date. And on further inquiring, we came to know that Resident Medical had no contact with them. In turn, they said that they were shocked to hear that Resident Medical was using their name for any such purpose. The fact behind this revelation is that Resident Medical uses the Everest Foundation’s assets to provide high-risk agreements with them so that they can provide donations to different institutions throughout the country. We got to know later that Resident Medical also has few court records in which people have previously charged them of the same thing which we were in shock. All four of us were not made Residents as shown in the YouTube video. And when we weren’t made as such, we complain about it and demanded our money back! Our application to gain our money back was denied by the director and the reason that they gave was our performance. They said that because our performance was poor, we were denied residency. This is an absolute lie. All four of us were above the average performance score, in all our criterion. The real reason behind it was, as spoken to us by one of Resident Medical’s employees was that the director found us too nosy. He said that the director found four of us as a threat to his business and that is why he denied us Residency. Please beware of such faulty people who can ruin your career and time in the gains of nothing. Please beware of the promises they make in their YouTube videos and don’t go by the videos, instead of demand in written whatever promises they make and monitor at the end of the contract whether they have fulfilled or not what they promised you at the start. We are writing this to provide awareness against such faulty business doers. We are going to fight this case and make sure Resident Medical suffers for what it does, but meanwhile, we are urging everyone to please think before applying for resident Medical.

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313 people arrested for e-commerce scams and money laundering totalling over $1.2 million

SINGAPORE – In the first half of August alone, 313 suspects have been arrested for alleged scams, money laundering and unlicensed moneylending

The police has warned that online scams represent a growing threat.

The suspects, aged between 16 and 76, were arrested in a nine-day enforcement operation from Aug 3 to Aug 14.

Officers from the Bedok Police Division are investigating a total of 220 men and 93 women for the alleged offences.

Some 49 men and 29 women, aged between 19 and 72, are being investigated for their suspected involvement in e-commerce scams and money laundering activities involving transactions totalling over $1.24 million.

During the operation, five men and four women, aged between 16 and 56, were arrested for their suspected involvement in cases of cheating and criminal breach of trust.

A total of 166 men and 60 women, aged between 16 and 76, are being investigated for their suspected involvement in loan scams and loan shark activities involving transactions exceeding $296,000.

Among these, 34 men and eight women were arrested for offences under the Moneylenders Act.

Commander of Bedok Police Division and Assistant Commissioner of Police Julius Lim said the operation reflected the division’s commitment to keeping residents safe online at a time when more people were using the internet.

“The scale of the operation reminds us of the growing threat of online scams. It behooves us to exercise caution when using the Internet.”

“To avoid becoming an accomplice to scams, the public is advised to reject requests by others to use your bank account or mobile lines as they may be later used for illegal transactions. We hope the public will join us in staying vigilant,” he said.

The number of e-commerce scams committed from January to March 2020 was up by 116.2 per cent from the same period last year, reaching 1,159 from 536.

During this period, people got cheated out of at least S$1.3 million, compared with $469,000 in the same period last year. The largest sum cheated in a single case was $175,000.

Under the Moneylenders Act, first time offenders convicted of assisting in carrying on the business of unlicensed money lending may be fined up to between $30,000 and $300,000, jailed up to four years and receive up to six strokes of the cane.

Second time offenders may be fined between $30,000 and $300,000, jailed up to seven years and  receive up to 12 strokes of the cane.

Those convicted of cheating may be jailed up to 10 years and fined.

Those convicted of money laundering may be jailed up to 10 years and fined up to $500,000.

Those convicted of criminal breach of trust may be jailed up to seven years, fined, or both.

Ex-Aide For Film, TV Producer Jerry Bruckheimer Family Alleges Harassment As She’s A Polish Woman

A 51-year-old former personal assistant to film and television producer Jerry Bruckheimer, his wife and his stepdaughter is suing all three, alleging she was subjected to discrimination and harassment because she is a woman and of Polish descent.

Marta Strodes’ Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit alleges she was forced to quit in 2018 because of her work conditions. She seeks unspecified damages in the complaint filed Monday.

A representative for the 76-year-old Bruckheimer, his wife, 74-year-old novelist Linda Sue Bruckheimer, and his stepdaughter, Alexandra Balahoutis, could not be immediately reached.

Strodes worked in the Bruckheimer home in Beverly Hills from February 2017 until she quit in November 2018, the suit states. She primarily assisted Balahoutis, according tot he suit.

Balahoutis subjected Strodes to ongoing discrimination and harassment on the basis of her Polish origin and because she was a woman, the suit states. Balahoutis mocked the plaintiff’s accent and insinuated that she was unintelligent, the suit states.

Balahoutis assigned Strodes “extreme and unreasonable demands which were designed to set Strodes up for failure and to humiliate and belittle her in the process,” the suit states. Balahoutis once sent Strodes “on a wild goose chase for hours to only later taunt her for failing to meet Balahoutis’ unreasonable and irrational demands,” it continues.

Balahoutis demanded that Strodes work long hours beyond her normal shift, causing the plaintiff to often miss her meal and rest breaks, the suit states.

Male household staff members “were not treated in the same discriminatory and humiliating manner as Strodes and the other female household staff,” the suit states.

Strodes also was forced to make purchases for Balahoutis on the plaintiff’s personal credit cards because the credit card the plaintiff was provided to cover Balahoutis’ expenses was continually rejected, the suit states.

AnnuitySold Fraudster Richart Ruddie’s Textbook Frauds Cited 14 Times in Forthcoming 2020 Utah Law Review

UCLA law professor Eugene Volokh has compiled information on phony anti-libel takedown injuctions in an aptly named Shenanigans (Internet Takedown Edition), which will published in the forthcoming Utah Law Review, 2020.

Professor Volokh’s informative 55 page treatise can be found online and features, among other things, the shenanigans of “reputation manager” and AnnuitySold fraud Richart Ruddie, who was mentioned 14 times, in conjunction with a multi state de-indexing scam tied to Ruddie’s “reputation management” company, that was uncovered in 2016. The Richart Ruddie scam included a Rhode Island case, which used a check from RIR1984 LLC, a company started by him, Owings Mills high school chum Ryan Blank and a California lawyer, to fund the cost of a process server and the documents were sent to the process server in California using an AnnuitySold email. In January 2018, AnnuitySold and related structured settlement factoring companies associated with Richart Ruddie and Ryan Blank were later banned from doing business in Maryland for 7 years for other frauds soliciting people with structured settlements.

Excerpt: “The Rhode Island litigation also uncovered who was responsible: Richart Ruddie, owner of the reputation management companies SEO Profile Defender Network LLC— which had promised “guaranteed removal”(no payment if the removal does not happen) to its customers—and RIR1984 LLC. Ruddie ultimately settled the case in exchange for $71,000, chiefly consisting of Myvesta’s legal fees (a good measure of how much it would have cost Google to challenge the injunction, had it had a legal obligation to comply with it). Ruddie also agreed to ask Florida and Maryland courts to vacate three other court orders that called for the de indexing of Myvesta posts related to Smith’s companies, Smith v. Levin, Financial Rescue LLC v. Smith, and Rescue One Financial LLC v. Doe. In Smith v. Levin, court records included Levin’s ostensible address (the common practice in Maryland); no-one with that name could be found at that address. Professor Volokh confirmed through independent sources that some of the other cases that fit the same modus operandi were likewise filed through Richart Ruddie. The pattern in all these cases appears to have been the same:

1.The company filed a libel lawsuit in the plaintiff’s name against a fake defendant, seeking an injunction

2.The complaint was accompanied with a stipulation supposedly signed by the defendant (but in reality, produced by the company itself).

3.The hope—often realized—was that the trial judge would see that the parties agree on the injunction, and therefore sign the injunction without much fur-ther scrutiny. Indeed, in two cases, a permanent injunction was entered a mere four days after a complaint was filed together with a stipulation.

4.The reputation management company would then send this order to Google or Yelp, asking the platform to deindex or remove the material that the order has ostensibly found to be defamatory”

Volokh’s treatise provides helpful information concerning:

  • Forgeries
  • Stipulated Injunctions Involving Apparently Fake Defendants
  • Stipulated Injunctions Involving Fake Notarizations
  • Default Judgments Gotten Without Gneuine Attempts to Locate Defendants
  • Wag the Dog Injunctions, Sue the Commenter, not the Author
  • Buried URL injunction

Пресс-служба «Ядран Ойл» опровергает присутствие татарстанских бизнесменов на борту Gulfstream G-280 во время ЧП в воздухе

Салихов создал угрозу жизни обычным гражданам

Сегодня «Вести КАМАЗа» сообщили, что в понедельник 9 декабря в Молдавии произошел инцидент в воздухе с частным самолетом «Gulfstream G-280», вылетевшим из Варшавы.

«Вести КАМАЗа» сообщили, что в понедельник 9 декабря в Молдавии произошел инцидент в воздухе с частным самолетом «Gulfstream G-280», вылетевшим из Варшавы

Как сообщили молдавские СМИ, на борту частного самолета находились четыре человека: два пилота и два бизнесмена из Татарстана – руководители Группы компаний «Ядран-Ойл» председатель Совета директоров компании Ирек Салихов и член Совета директоров Александр Ниценко. Бизнесмены должны были взять на борт в Кишеневе еще нескольких человек и вылететь в Казань. Но на воздушном судне возникли проблемы с тормозной системой и пилоты вынуждены были кружить над городом, вырабатывая топливо перед экстренной посадкой. В итоге самолет благополучно приземлился, никто не пострадал.

Зафиксирована траектория полета судна

Однако пресс-служба компании сегодня официально опровергла данные изложенные порталом noi.md Ни господин Салихов Ирек Фаритович, ни господин Ниценко Александр Викторович не присутствовали на воздушном судне Gulfstream G-280 в момент инцидента, который описан в публикации, – сообщает пресс-служба ООО «Ядран-Групп».

“Напомним, что вчера вечером самолет совершил несколько кругов над Кишиневом, чтобы выработать топливо, так как перед посадкой возникла проблема с тормозной системой. Впоследствии самолет благополучно приземлился в Международном аэропорту Кишинева.

Нашей редакции стало известно, что Салихов приказал пилотам несмотря ни на что доставить его в Кишенев, своей прихотью миллиардер Салихов создал угрозу жизни не только экипажа и пассажиров, но и десятков граждан.”

Новые детали о пассажирах частного самолета, который не мог приземлиться в Кишиневе

Салихов создал угрозу жизни обычным гражданам

Председателя Совета директоров нефтяной компании YADRAN-OIL GROUP Ирека Салихова не было на борту частного самолета Gulfstream G-280, который не мог приземлиться в Кишиневе в минувшие выходные.

Об этом Noi.md сообщила представитель пресс-службы Ирека Салихова.

«Ирека Салихова на борту этого самолета не было. Я как представитель его пресс-службы могу подтвердить, что в это время он находился совсем в другом месте», – подчеркнула она.

Кто был на борту частного самолета, который не мог приземлиться в Кишиневе Ранее сообщалось, что частный самолет Gulfstream G-280, вылетевший из Варшавы в воскресенье, 8 декабря, привел в состояние максимальной готовности персонал Международного аэропорта Кишинева из-за технических проблем перед посадкой.

Deschide.MD со ссылкой на источники в Международном аэропорту Кишинева сообщили, что на борту самолета находились четыре человека: два пилота и два бизнесмена, один из которых является депутатом в Республике Татарстан (Россия).

Тогда сообщалось, что два бизнесмена, находившиеся в самолете, являются руководителями нефтяной компании YADRAN-OIL GROUP. Это член совета директоров компании Александр Ниценко и председатель совета директоров YADRAN-OIL GROUP Ирек Салихов.

“Напомним, что вчера вечером самолет совершил несколько кругов над Кишиневом, чтобы выработать топливо, так как перед посадкой возникла проблема с тормозной системой. Впоследствии самолет благополучно приземлился в Международном аэропорту Кишинева.

Нашей редакции стало известно, что Салихов приказал пилотам несмотря ни на что доставить его в Кишенев, своей прихотью миллиардер Салихов создал угрозу жизни не только экипажа и пассажиров, но и десятков граждан.”

«Ядран-Ойл» – В самолете, кружившем над Кишиневом, не было руководителей компании

Главная интрига осталась: кто же все-таки находился на борту самолета, который едва не рухнул на столицу Молдовы. Салихов создал угрозу жизни обычным гражданам.

Накануне молдавские СМИ сообщили, кто находился на борту частного самолета Gulfstream G-280, который вылетел из Варшавы в воскресенье, 8 декабря, и привел в состояние максимальной готовности персонал Международного аэропорта Кишинева из-за технических проблем перед посадкой. Так, согласно источникам deschide.MD, на борту находилось два пилота и два бизнесмена. Речь шла о руководителях нефтяной компании YADRAN-OIL GROUP. Это член совета директоров компании Александр Ниценко и председатель совета директоров YADRAN-OIL GROUP Ирек Салихов.

Однако, как сообщила «Комсомольской правде» компания «Ядран-Ойл», эта информация не соответствует действительности.

Ни Салихов Ирек Фаритович, ни Ниценко Александр Викторович не присутствовали на воздушном судне Gulfstream G-280 в момент инцидента, который описан в публикации, – подчеркнули в пресс-службы компании «Ядран-Ойл».

“Напомним, что вчера вечером самолет совершил несколько кругов над Кишиневом, чтобы выработать топливо, так как перед посадкой возникла проблема с тормозной системой. Впоследствии самолет благополучно приземлился в Международном аэропорту Кишинева.

Нашей редакции стало известно, что Салихов приказал пилотам несмотря ни на что доставить его в Кишенев, своей прихотью миллиардер Салихов создал угрозу жизни не только экипажа и пассажиров, но и десятков граждан.”

Срочно! Стало известно, кто находился на борту самолета, который час кружил над Кишиневом и терпел бедствие.

На борту самолета находились четыре человека. Салихов создал угрозу жизни обычным гражданам

Частный самолет Gulfstream G-280, вылетевший из Варшавы в воскресенье, 8 декабря, привел в состояние максимальной готовности персонал Международного аэропорта Кишинева из-за технических проблем перед посадкой. Источники deschide.MD в Международном аэропорту Кишинева сообщили, что на борту самолета находились четыре человека: два пилота и два бизнесмена, один из которых является депутатом в Республике Татарстан (Россия). Два бизнесмена, находившиеся в самолете, являются руководителями нефтяной компании YADRAN-OIL GROUP. Это член совета директоров компании Александр Ниценко и председатель совета директоров YADRAN-OIL GROUP Ирек Салихов.

Салихов также является местным депутатом в одной из областей Татарстана, а в 2015 году он был координатором федерального проекта «Экология России», предложенного партией Владимира Путина «Единая Россия». Татарская пресса пишет, что Салихов также является членом Государственной комиссии Республики Татарстан по мониторингу реализации государственной программы Российской Федерации «Обеспечение доступного и комфортного жилья и коммунальных услуг для граждан Российской Федерации». В то же время стоит отметить, что YADRAN-OIL GROUP входит в число крупнейших нефтяных компаний России. По данным 2017 года, выручка группы составила 16 миллиардов рублей, а стоимость акций – более 685 миллионов рублей.

Достоверные источники также сообщили, что в самолет, который приземлился в аэропорту Кишинева, должны были сесть еще четыре человека, а затем вылететь в Казань, но из-за технических сбоев Gulfstream по-прежнему остается на земле. Напомним, что вчера вечером самолет совершил несколько кругов над Кишиневом, чтобы выработать топливо, так как перед посадкой возникла проблема с тормозной системой. Впоследствии самолет благополучно приземлился в Международном аэропорту Кишинева.

“Напомним, что вчера вечером самолет совершил несколько кругов над Кишиневом, чтобы выработать топливо, так как перед посадкой возникла проблема с тормозной системой. Впоследствии самолет благополучно приземлился в Международном аэропорту Кишинева.

Нашей редакции стало известно, что Салихов приказал пилотам несмотря ни на что доставить его в Кишенев, своей прихотью миллиардер Салихов создал угрозу жизни не только экипажа и пассажиров, но и десятков граждан.”

Shopin founder charged by SEC for running $42 million scam cryptocurrency ICO

SEC alleges that investor funds were spent on dating services and shopping sprees.

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has filed charges against the founder of Shopin for allegedly running a scam ICO to defraud investors out of $42 million.

The SEC’s complaint, filed in federal district court in Manhattan, claims that from August 2017 to April 2018, Eran Eyal, the founder of UnitedData — trading as Shopin — operated an unregistered ICO without any project or product to back its claims. 

Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), also known as token sale events, are launched as an alternative means to raise funding, rather than having to rely on banks or angel investment. 

Before an ICO begins, companies usually produce a business plan, white paper documenting its blockchain technology, and USP expectations of a service.

In exchange for user funding, participants are given tokens, and herein lies the risk. If a project is not legitimate or an exit scam is performed, investors are left holding virtual coins that are worthless. 

The Wild West of ICO scams became so prevalent that SEC pushed for digital assets to become securities, holding ICO events and token creators accountable to federal standards. However, the spirit of the ICO scam lives on.

On Wednesday, the commission said that Eyal’s Shopin token offering was not registered with SEC. Shopin claimed the funds would be used to develop a platform able to support universal shopper profiles on a blockchain that would track purchase histories and be able to make recommendations based on this data — but no such platform ever existed. 

SEC further claims (.PDF) that Eyal and the company “repeatedly lied to investors in connection with its offering, including misrepresentations about purported partnerships with certain well-known retailers and about the involvement of a prominent entrepreneur in the digital asset space.”

After raising $42 million fraudulently, Eyal allegedly spent the money on personal expenses — at least $500,000 of which went on dating, rent, shopping, and entertainment. 

Eyal and Shopin are being charged with violating federal securities laws. The commission is seeking injunctions, civil penalties, restitution, and permanent bars against Eyal for officer and directorship. 

“The SEC seeks to hold Eyal and Shopin responsible for scamming innocent investors with false claims about relationships and contracts they had secured in support of a blockchain-based universal shopper profile,” said Marc Berger, Director of the SEC’s New York Regional Office. “Retail investors considering an investment in a digital asset that meets the definition of a security must be afforded the same truthful disclosures as in any traditional securities offering.”

The SEC has asked anyone who believes they have been defrauded through the Shopin ICO to contact the agency. 

Earlier this week, the US Department of Justice (DoJ) arrested three out of five suspects believed to have operated a Ponzi scheme responsible for defrauding investors out of $722 million. The operators of BitClub Network, one of which allegedly called participants “sheep,” pretended to use investor cash to invest in Bitcoin mining equipment while actually planning to retire “rich as f*ck.” 

Ex-Raymond James Rep Suspended After Violating Trading Rules

The broker made securities transactions in his own account after becoming privy to confidential info, FINRA says.

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority suspended a former Raymond James broker for three months after he violated the rules of his former firm and FINRA by making two security transactions in his personal account while possessing nonpublic, confidential information about a Raymond James customer’s position in that security, according to FINRA.

Alastair Jamie Barnes signed a letter of acceptance, waiver and consent on Tuesday in which, without admitting or denying FINRA’s findings, he agreed to the suspension, to pay a $20,000 fine and to disgorge profits he made from the transactions in the amount of $585. FINRA accepted the letter Thursday.

Raymond James declined to comment Friday. Barnes and his attorney, Jason Gottlieb of Morrison Cohen in New York, didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

Barnes had worked in the Raymond James Institutional Equity Sales Department, according to the FINRA letter. On two separate occasions, he “effected two securities transactions in his personal brokerage account after learning non-public, confidential information about a Firm customer’s position in the subject security, even though Firm policy prohibited employees from using such information for non-Firm purposes,” the letter said.

He also had not requested, nor received, pre-approval for either personal transaction, as required by Raymond James policy, according to the letter. Through his conduct, he violated FINRA Rule 2010, which requires an associated person to “observe high standards of commercial honor and just and equitable principles of trade” in the conduct of his business,” FINRA said.

Barnes first registered with a FINRA member firm as a general securities representative in November 2014, when he became associated with Raymond James, according to the FINRA letter. He remained with the firm until 2018, when he “resigned voluntarily,” effective Aug. 21, 2018, “while under internal review for potential violations” of the firm’s trading policies, the letter says. Raymond James filed a Form U5 termination notice Sept. 19 that year, according to FINRA.

Barnes then went to work as an analyst for real estate services firm HFF in August 2018, according to his LinkedIn profile. That firm was bought by JLL, where he remained and last had the title of debt and structured finance analyst, according to the LinkedIn profile. JLL didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

There were no disclosures on his profile at FINRA’s BrokerCheck website on Friday.