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Stock Scam Slap Fight!!!



February 01, 2011 – Comments (5)

Get a load of this email that arrived today. Shamrock stocks is one of the prime providers of paid pumping penny stocks that make TMFStockSpam so many points (by red thumbing the junk). The folks who run it are shocked, SHOCKED! that their own employees would leave to start a competing business pumping junk.


 The New Stock Scammers!
(Attention Investors, Public Companies and IR Professionals)
If you have been a small cap investor or day trader for almost any length of time, you know the pitfalls of holding a position of a company that a stock scammer (aka Pump and Dump artist) is doing his dirty work on.
Every year there seems to be dozens of new stock scammers emerging.  Some of them take free trading shares and dump them on investors... Some of them steal money from public companies and in return offer ZERO services.
Today, I am reluctant to say the newest scammers for 2011 are from our organization. 
Their names:  Derek C. McCarthy, Fredrick (Kalei) Cutcher and Brian P. McFadden.
These 3 individuals were fired from our company last week due to them contacting our past, current and potential clients in an effort to be enriched personally. 
They have succeded many times.
They are claiming that our firm has initiated a new way to provide coverage and awareness to public companies by means of  This is a new website and we are not affiliated by any means with them. 
It is owned by Brian P. McFadden.  He also owns Railnine Media - the bank account that money is being transferred into.
We send this e-mail out to you so that you may protect yourselves. 
Derek C. McCarthy seems to be the ring leader but we know that all three of them have profited from this scam. 
Please don't let it happen to you!
The Shamrockstocks Team

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5 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On February 01, 2011 at 10:57 AM, brickcityman (< 20) wrote:

The best part of that letter:

Never invest in any stock featured on our site or emails unless you can afford to lose your entire investment.

I've seen lots of different ways of phrasing that same warning, but that has to be the most blunt.  That has to rank high up in the echelons of CYA disclaimers!

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#2) On February 01, 2011 at 11:20 AM, TMFBent (99.24) wrote:

Usually, these read, "...unless you can afford to loose you're entire investmant."

Stock scammers aren't the sharpest crayons in the box.

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#3) On February 01, 2011 at 11:23 AM, chk999 (99.97) wrote:

This is awesome sauce! The scammers got scammed!

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#4) On February 02, 2011 at 9:27 AM, MKArch (99.82) wrote:

That's hilarious Seth. I don't know if you've seen it or not but there is a new twist where spammers are claiming to get you in ahead of the pump and dump. They claim to have the inside scoop on the next penny stock pump and dump and they can get you in ahead of the pump.

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#5) On February 10, 2011 at 7:56 AM, MKArch (99.82) wrote:

Some shady penny stocks literally TRIPLE in a matter of days because they are nothing more than pump & dump scams. Learn more at
You can take advantage of pump & dumps and actually profit from them with this program.... Richard Appel’s “Pre Promotion” program alerts you to penny stocks before they are pumped by stock newsletters.



I don't know if you have seen this one already or not Seth but I thought you would enjoy it if you haven't.



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