Elia Golfin’s reputation firm is dragging him down to the absolute pits. Six months ago, we published a factual report on a fake DMCA used by either him, or someone he hired to fix his online reputation. You can view the investigation report at – https://webactivism.com/elia-golfin-investigation-for-fraud-impersonation-and-perjury-fake-dmca-12186216/
Since then, we’re in a constant state of attack on multiple fronts, including DDos attacks, Hack attempts, Fake Court orders, Fake DMCA against Webactivism. Even threats of physical violence, harassment against anyone remotely associated with us . Read about these attacks at – https://webactivism.com/panic-and-desperation-getting-the-better-of-rogue-reputation-services/
Now, we know a thing or two about SEO (search engine optimization). We knew that there are multiple parties trying all sorts of things to take down Webactivism.com since it’s opened themselves vulnerable to lawsuits and criminal cases. Here is just one example of how one of those affected parties is trying to resolve this –
Negative SEO attack on Webactivism – by Elia Golfin
One of our members sent us this message –
So we inquired and found out thousands of comments on hacked sites linking to Elia Golfin’s article –
We’ve filed to disavow all these links and the attack is therefore rendered useless. For Mr. Elia Golfin, the only thing what we can say is – ‘we hope you haven’t paid a dime to these idiots. They’re robbing you‘
So, now that we’ve mitigated the negative SEO attack, try and neg-seo this –
excerpt from an article published at http://www.jetuniversitysucks.com/closedfloridaflightschool.htm , which was illegally removed using fake DMCA
FLIGHT SCHOOLS CLOSED IN FLORIDA THAT SCAMMED STUDENTS. It goes on and on and on…..
We don’t know all of the schools that took advance payments and then did not provide the contracted flight training. But here is a listing of Florida schools that took in over 100 million dollars between them and left students without the training and in debt to the banks.
The recent shutdowns of these major Florida flight schools show how lax the current regulations are for the flight school business in Florida.
05/08/09 Jet University shuts their doors leaving dozens of students without their flight training. Yes the poster boys for the guaranteed First Officer Jet Jobs are no longer in business.
Not that any of us are surprised, but it is the same story over and over. Large amounts paid upfront ($70,000) per student and Jet University does not provide the contracted training.
Jet University shut down on May 08, 2009 after the schools leaseback aircraft were grounded and removed by Premier Aviation.
02/06/09 Another Florida flight School shuts their doors leaving dozens of students without their flight training. This time it’s Regional Airline Academy. Hello Florida regulators????? Where are you???
It’s the same story over and over. Large amounts paid upfront ($60,000) per student and the flight school doesn’t provide the contracted training.
Regional Airline Academy in DeLand abruptly shut down on Friday, February 6th leaving students, that had PREPAID thousands of dollars for their flight training, without their training.
We had been hearing rumors of the impending shutdown of Regional Airline Academy for several months. In fact, there were rumors that the Regional Airline Academy students from India were going to come to Jet University.
Here is the link to the story about the shutdown:
1/29/09 Another Florida School shuts their doors leaving 140 students without their flight training. They had paid over $70,000 each. When are the Florida regulators going to wake up? This is another TEN MILLION DOLLARS ($10,000,000) down the drain.
Silver State collected $70,000 up front from thousands of students. When they closed without notice on February 3, 2008, 2500 students were out $70,000 and did not receive their flight training. There are now over 50 million dollars in student loans outstanding from Silver State. Silver State’s Florida flight school was located at the Ft Lauderdale Executive Airport.
Here is the wiki link:
The Silver State training facility was originally located INSIDE the Jet U building and moved out in 2007 to another location just down the street. The final Silver State training facility in Fort Lauderdale was located less than 1/2 a mile from Jet U at KFXE.
ASIAUSA AT DELAND MUNICIPAL AIRPORT SHUTS DOWN JUNE 2008
ASIAUSA LLC, a flight school operated by Elia Golfin at Deland Municipal Airport shut down leaving students without their training and without their money. (Elia Golfin is a familiar name in the aviation training school business and was involved in a number of closed Florida flight schools including Aussie Air, Inc, CAE Aviation International, Inc. and The Pilot Training Academy Florida, Inc.)
The ASIAUSA story was reported by several media outlets including The Daytona Beach News-Journal Newspaper and at least two television stations. The television news story links are no longer available, but here is a link that reports the shutdown:
TAB EXPRESS CLOSES DOORS IN 2005
On June 15, 2005, TAB EXPRESS in DeLand Florida suddenly shut their doors and 80 flight school students (that had paid up to $100,000 each) were not able to continue their paid in advance flight training. There is another 7 million dollars gone. Where are these millions of dollars going?
AIRLINE TRAINING ACADEMY DID THE SAME THING IN 2003
They say that history repeats itself. In February 2003, AIRLINE TRAINING ACADEMY in Orlando suddenly shut their doors leaving 200 students that had paid $60,000 each (in advance) without flight training.
A Bankruptcy was filed. By the time the case left the Bankruptcy court on October 31, 2006, the students (who were owed over 17 millon dollars) received nothing.