Andrew Reynolds, one of the countries top Home Business trainers and coaches, whose achievements include raising over £1million for the Make A Wish Children’s charity and over £700,00 for Great Ormond Street hospital, recently took legal action to get a Cash on Demand scam piracy site that used his name and counterfeits of his products to take money from unwitting members of the public, shut down
Andrew Reynolds products include the Cash on Demand course – which featured as the best selling home business course on national television for the past three years.
The course, which is delivered monthly as a printed paper Module, has been the subject of piracy recently, on several sites – as have copies of Andrew Reynolds DVDs and CDs.
One such site running a Cash on Demand scam – run by a scammer trading as “KBS Trading” was registered under the name of J Smith of Tamworth (Odd when the KBS scammers operate out of a London address), and offered for sale unauthorised copies of Andrew Reynolds products at www.cash-on-demand.be. The Cash on Demand scam was operated using Paypal to take customers money. (If you have made a purchase of one of these counterfeit Cash on Demand scam products from KBS – contact Paypal)
Andrew Reynolds lawyers were called in to stop the fake goods counterfeiting of Cash on Demand scam.
This KBS Cash on Demand scam was operated through a site registered on a .be domain name www.cash-on-demand.be and offered illegal copies of Andrew Reynolds products – which are of course copyrighted and trademarked..
The terms ‘Andrew Reynolds’ and ‘Cash On Demand’ are both registered trademarks owned by Andrew Reynolds. A person calling himself “John Smith” from KBS replied to lawyers demands to sign the Cash on Demand scam domain name over to Andrew Reynolds and instead said they would put the Cash on Demand scam domain name up for sale.
Legal proceedings were immediately put in place with the Belgium domain name registrar – and resulted in the closure of the pirates Cash on Demand scam website.
The registrar confiscated the domain from KBS and re-assigned it to Andrew Reynolds as the registered trademark owner.