Saturday, January 5, 2008

"Russell Simmons sues web fraudster : Rush Card"

from starpulse.com

Hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons is suing a California man for allegedly using a website to steal people's identities. Simmons claims that Daniel Adams' website, rushmecredit.com, and his company Devoted Inc. falsely used his image to obtain information on consumers seeking to sign up for his Visa-backed RushCard, reports AllHipHop.com.

Simmons' UniRush Financial Services of New York company launched the RushCard in 2004.

The card is a pre-paid Visa/debit card for people who cannot or do not have traditional checking accounts.


1 comment:

Sundarraj Jayaraj said...

South Australia: South Australia is the country’s driest state, which means that outdoor activities require careful planning. Not only is drinking water hard to come by, but also dense forests and woodlands that might provide shade and shelter from winds are scarce. In summer, temperatures soar, particularly in the north of the state, so travelers should save ore arduous undertakings for the winter months. South Australia’s major landforms include the series of rugged mountain ranges that runs north from Adelaide culminating in the Flinders and Gammon ranges; these provide plenty of challenges for walkers, cyclists and climbers. In the south-east, the vast lagoons of the Coorong and the 404 miles of the Murray River that wend from the border with New South Wales and Victoria to the sea are favoured by canoeists and kayakers. Caving is also popular in South Australia, perhaps because the state has the best cave diving and some of the best dry caving in the country.