Although 12 Daily Pro is dead and is in the process of being buried by a court-appointed receiver, Charis Johnson continues to speak from the grave. On her new blog which was created to keep her followers informed of new
scams programs to make illegal free money, she annouced that;
While many sites are busy either ignoring the SEC warnings or simply hoping that the changes they have made to their autosurf will protect them from legal problems, I am taking another approach. I will leave those sites to take their chances with the SEC and their members money, while I forge ahead in a new direction.
Fortunately, I think the only direction Charis will be forging is toward state prison. Her new program in the works will not be another autosurf program, she says. Instead, it will be a “solid, long-lasting, and ‘legally bullet proof’ program.” However, it seems that even mentioning this new scam program is violating court orders – so much for “legally bullet proof!” In the stipulated order signed by her attorney, Noell Tin, and by a Federal Judge, Charis Johnson is forbidden from making any statements in the name of 12 Daily Pro, LifeClicks “or any of their subsidiaries and affiliates” without the consent of the receiver. It would appear that NewClicks would fall under the category of subsidiary or affiliate – don’t you think?
Remember, any member of 12 Daily Pro wishing to file a complaint can do so at www.ic3.gov.