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Discussion in 'Domains' started by tbtb, Feb 25, 2012.

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    tbtb, Feb 25, 2012 IP
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  2. reyhanbinbaz

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    #2
    This domain is redirect result.

    time.JPG

    This is your statement on other thread: http://forums.digitalpoint.com/showthread.php?t=2412438
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    Stop Stealing Money From People - You Are a Criminal, a Thief & a Despicable Person.
    We All Hate You & All The Other Thieves in This Forum


    How This Criminal Fake The PR:
    1) The criminal-thief did a 301 redirect to Vaccines.gov (PR9 website).
    * Important, this stage is usually cannot be detected in the future, but sometimes using Archive.org or ScreenShots.com it can be like in this case *
    So here is the proof:
    http://www.screenshots.com/carsalesexpress.com/
    2) The criminal-thief waited till the PR of carsalesexpress.com got PR9 (on the Google PR update)
    3) The criminal-thief removed the redirection and established a normal website on it.
    4) The criminal-thief waited till Google regularly indexed and cached the website, so now when you do info:carsalesexpress.com it seems like a normal site.

    Lets kill this ugly phenomenon !!
    There too many damned criminals in this forum that have been stolen (and keep steeling) so much money from naive buyers

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    You accused the other sellers as criminal, but you also sell the same domain, namely the domain is results of redirect. But you say Natural PR5.
     
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  3. tbtb

    tbtb Well-Known Member

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    This is a redirection from 2009 which is not related to the PR simply because since then the domain dropped its PR (on the pendingdelete step of the domain) (as the website got down) and many PR updates occurred since then.
    Also this old redirection is for a PR2 site:
    http://arendt.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~timestudies
    As you can see the domain registered is on November 2011 so there is no way this old 2009 has any connection with me, its just a natural redirection.
    You making a confuse between redirections and fake PR, not all the redirections in the history of the domain caused a fake PR - only the last redirection which was active while Google updated the PR on the toolbar.
    This is a pathetic attempt to muddy my name .

    In conclusion,
    Fake PR characterized by 2 main things:
    1) Former redirection (but not old one - a redirection from the past few months which looks suspicious and caused the fake PR).
    * The redirection must be since the domain first registered ofcourse.
    2) No high PR natural backlinks.

    Only active redirection effect a PR when there is a PR update, when aPR update occurred
    This domain is a result of quality natural PR backlinks which are in the thread.
    The domains sold by the PR fakers don't have such backlinks.

     
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    tbtb, Feb 26, 2012 IP