Category: Theft, Fraud
Update 5/17/2019: Kinsta associate Alex Panagis is now trying to actively hack into LittleBizzy.com
Update: The Kinsta gang (Panagis and Jackson) have now asked several of their Wikipedia “friends” to login and vote “DELETE” on our Wikipedia page. According to our server logs, most of these Wikipedia users are based in the United States, and likely part of Jackson’s corrupt IM/Warrior Forum/SEO fraud gang. A few of the users are also from places like Philippines and Iran with zero posting history on Wikipedia, suggesting that they’ve either been “coaxed” or perhaps paid as freelancers to attack LittleBizzy. Such a high number of newbie users started editing the page that one of the top Wikipedia editors finally had to add a warning explaining to all the first time participants that it’s not a majority-vote process. Wiki handles involved include:
Praxidicae, Waggie, Epinoia, HighKing, Alex-h, Oshawott_12
If you came here because someone asked you to, or you read a message on another website, please note that this is not a majority vote, but instead a discussion among Wikipedia contributors. Wikipedia has policies and guidelines regarding the encyclopedia’s content, and consensus (agreement) is gauged based on the merits of the arguments, not by counting votes.
This is the most definitive evidence to date of Jackson’s blatant fraud that he implements across several websites as part of his “marketing” work on behalf of Kinsta web hosting, KeyCDN, and other clients.
Update: Jackson and/or his little guy Panagis are now apparently emailing dozens of websites trying to get them not to mention our free plugins and trying to sabotage our backlinks (go ahead, kids, we don’t need them). It might take them a while, since 300,000+ websites are using our software already. Pathetic, juvenile, and illegal, that the type of behavior you get from Brian Jackson and Alex Panagis.
Update: Apparently Jackson is now attempting to force Wikipedia to delete our company’s page in an attempt to hurt our SEO after his little pal Alex Panagis came running asking for help in attacking LittleBizzy…
Blatantly stole code from our Disable Cart Fragments (Speed Demon) open source WordPress plugin, licensed under the GPL which legally requires attribution, and bundled it into his premium Perfmatters plugin. For several years, has somehow duped both Kinsta web hosting and KeyCDN into letting him turn their company blogs into part of his gray-hat PBN (Private Blog Network) to embed several backlinks to his sales page for Perfmatters, without the legally required FCC disclaimers, apparently without their understanding of what he was doing.
Jackson has a history of blatant consumer fraud, previously launching multiple WordPress related blogs with several fake “reviews” of his own products, without any FCC or other form of disclosure that he was the owner and promoter of these products, in classic “Warrior Forum” style.
Apparently he’s teaching his ways of fraud to his new protege, Mr. Alex Panagis.
Associates: Alex Panagis
“Chief Marketing Officer” at Kinsta