Sunday, 13 November 2011

Brief history of a scammer

That crook Markco is at it again with yet another scam. Faid over at Nerf Faids has done a nice detailed video expose of his latest scam, the so called WoW Crusher Addon.

WoW Crusher claims to make you the best at everything (yes everything) on your server.

It slices, it dices, it even cuts tin cans! It cures colds, flu, whatever ails you, even cancer! It cleans, calcium, rust, lime, grease, all the worst most difficult to clean up messes in just seconds and you don't even have to wipe it off, everything just disappears like magic!

You get the picture, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably isn't true. Snake oil sales at it's worst. This isn't the first time Markco's been caught in shady business. He's been doing it for years. Here's a brief history of some of his more obvious scams and shady dealings over the years.

Nerf Faids Nov 2011 - WoW Crusher "addon"

The Gold Mint Sept 2011 - Tycoon "addon"

Cold's Gold Factory May 2011 - Coaching fiasco

Tobold's MMORPG Blog Nov 2009 - Trying to get other bloggers to run his scams too
Greedy Goblin Nov 2009

Read the comments too, it's hilarious how he tries to weasel his way out of things with more lies and constantly tries to change the subject.

He claims to have sold the JMTC website and the name Markco for 50 thousand dollars but many fellow bloggers don't believe that. More likely it's just another lie in an attempt to disassociate himself from all the crooked business going on there.


  1. I am quite positive that there is only one Markco and that he is still as full of shit as ever.

  2. Is everyone going to jump on the bandwagon and post an article about this on their own blog? Why do we have to read about it on multiple blogs? You all show up on the Undermine Journal news page, too. Is anyone still original?

  3. Normally I go out of my way to not post about the same things as everyone else but this was a special case. Faid did a good job of exposing the latest markco scam.

    People need to be warned about scams like this. Especially when the source wasn't always a scamming crook but actually used to be well respected and highly regarded at one time.

    I linked to Faids' article because I think everyone should read it, not just those who follow blogs linked from TuJ.

  4. I'm pretty confident that Markco did sell it. There's quite a few sales records that show who he sold it to and what else the new owner owns. If not, he did a very good job creating alot of false info.