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 Alivemax, Nauder Khazan, Mellisa Khazan, Stiforp, and NameCheap, Inc., et al.

 

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In 2011, I started receiving spam advertising Alivemax. Alivemax seems to be a multi-level marketing scheme for vitamin supplement This spam was to a unique e-mail address I used with only one unrelated company. Then, I got similar spam for Stiforp, which looks like a multi-level scheme to market Alivemax.

Alivemax.com, according to the whois information is owned by  "Nutri Max Ltd" at 5753 G Santa Ana canyon Road Unit #512 Anaheim Hills, CA 92807. However, there is no Nutri Max Ltd registered anywhere in the United States, according to Knowx.com. I found out that the the address was not a legitimate address. Stiforp.com, on the web site states that its address is also the same as Alivemax's address. However, the whois information on stiforp.com states that stiforp.com is owned by NameCheap.

Why would any legitimate business lie about the names of the people who run it? Why would any legitimate business lie about it's real address? Why would any legitimate business hire NameCheap to hide its identity.