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11th June 2008
Filed under: HYIPs,Warning — Ben @ 11:28 am

It’s all change with the “Cash Mentoring Team” – Julie Wilson and Paul Stevenson – as they have decided to change their website address this week.

The new address is bigbankbalance.info but the content remains the same, as does the makeup of the site – it’s all a framed page hosted on Paul’s ukmentor.net domain.

Changing websites frequently is a technique used by the “Number One Success System” owner, Jim Humphrey.

The website he uses to run his cash gifting schemes is currently noss123.com but in the past he has used the following domains:


I’ve just one question:

If your cash-gifting scheme is legal, why do you need to keep changing the name and website?

Surely keeping the same brand name and website is beneficial and avoids confusion?

I won’t hold my breath for an answer from either Julie Wilson or Paul Stevenson.

However, I will predict that when this blog post is spidered and starts to rank in Google, Julie and Paul will change the domain name yet again.

Read more here:

Chain Gifting from the “Cash Mentoring Team” – Julie Wilson and Paul Stevenson


  1. As of this evening the bigbankbalance site is down for at least a day some exciting changes?! And we have all been invited to a “private” meeting online tomorrow night and saturday night which will not be recorded. I niavely joined this 5 weeks ago as I thought Julie sounded on the ball and the system very clever. I now feel very uncomfortable with the whole thing so will not be looking for others to join in. I became suspicious when after some research on You Tube I realised the 20 year old member mentioned on a call who had recieved £9000 was Julies daughter. Then suddenly we are all invited to pre-register for a healthy chocolate network, for a residual income. We had already been told the gifting system is residual! As a battered and weary networker my self of more than a decade I should have learned by now not to trust these things that sound too good to be true! Anyway I am still in the system and getting the info if you want to find out more. Even if it is illegal they will never be prosecuted will they?

    Comment by Bobby — 12th June 2008 @ 7:59 pm

  2. Wow, that’s some great inside info, thanks!

    I checked out the YouTube video and you are exactly right, Holly’s talking about Julie Wilson’s results and her site is hosted on Julie’s (aka mum’s) website – wealthpower.biz.

    Looks like little Holly has a different surname to Julie too.

    If you wish to make a complaint about the person who introduced you, your first port of call should be your local Trading Standards office.

    If you are happy to let me know more, that would be great, I’d certainly be extremely interested in hearing what they are up to.

    I am surprised that the bigbankbalance.info site was taken down so quickly!

    Comment by Ben — 12th June 2008 @ 10:15 pm

  3. Hi Ben,

    I, like Bobby have recently joined Julie and Pauls so called cash mentoring team. I joined around 4 weeks ago and cannot beleive how naive i was to send off £1750 plus £65 to noss. I have become very sceptical over the past week or so especially 2 weeks into my membership when they try and get me to join the chocolate network, this is at a time when i am struggling to invite prospects to the passivemoneyplan.info site, the last thing i wanted was to get involved in something else.
    Then last week the passivemoneyplan.info site changed to bigbsnkbalance and again today has temporarily shut down. This has particularly annoyed me due to myself having an expensive advert going out in newspapers today and any possible prospects from the ad will go to a website that is currently closed.
    I am a low earner in a full time job, it took me years to save £2000 and to understand i have given it away really really frustrates me.
    Doea anyone know how i can get my hard earned cash back…please help!

    Comment by Brian — 13th June 2008 @ 12:07 am

  4. Not sure how to help you Brian except as Ben advised going to trading standards. I would be interested to know how you were invited Brian…sorry to hear you have “gifted” so much and spent money to find prospects also, thankfully I did not as I already had alot of contacts. I was phoned by someone who I did not know to invite me to passivemoneyplan site. I then googled “cash gifting UK” because I wanted to find someone who knew what they were doing so I could get the best help. So I joined direct to Julie. Since then I was approached by someone else who had also looked around and joined with Julie, so does everyone join with Julie? I spoke to many many people and I found 2 who went for it and those 2 haven’t had any success yet.

    I found the training site not very helpful, nor Julie as once “in” you are made to feel a nuisance if you ask questions as “all the info is provided on the TCMT training site”. I wasted alot of time trying to learn internet marketing and skype. Another event which made me suspicious was when Julie emailed all us about her myspace page and suggested we emailed Holly (daughter) for help with getting ourselves on my space (for a small charge!) then the next day Julies my space page had dissappeared….

    I am trying to not beat myself up too much about falling for this and can’t wait to see what happens next! Will keep you informed….

    Comment by Bobby — 13th June 2008 @ 12:27 pm

  5. It’s in the US as well. I’ve been signing up for mystery or secret shopping and paid online survey sites and must have missed signing up to receive info on a work from home business. I received a call from my inviter who gave me the phone number and time to call in. I did call in and believing something had to be amiss I hit the internet. It took me quite awhile to find this blog but I am sooooo glad and releived I did. I did not sign up, sorry to those of you who have. I have the numbers of my inviter and the number to listen to the opp. Can I report those and if so to who? Thank you for this info, you saved me – Denise

    Comment by Denise — 22nd June 2008 @ 12:05 am

  6. I too was sucked into this rubbish by julie wilson who told
    me she was making £9000 a week.Fortunatly she was not my inviter
    and I was given back my money so I hope my inviter gets her money
    back too along with anyone else who fell for this crap.If you get
    intouch with the gaming commition they will tell you chain gifting
    is eligal in the UK and comes with A £5000 fine or even jail to
    those who break that law.

    Comment by paul — 5th July 2008 @ 2:33 pm

  7. hi,

    i have joined the scheme also and have not managed to get anyone to join up either. i joined through someone else that had joined through julie so £250 went to him and then £500 went to julie.

    i feel cheated as well and have asked for help and like you all say they are not interested. what a surprise they are pushing the healthy chocolate business now and i think that will be another thing leaving us in the dark.

    i would like to hear from other people who are in the same position and if anyone has had any success in finding out if we are able to get a refund? i am guessing we will not be able to get a refund as we ‘gifted’ the money.

    Comment by Mick — 23rd July 2008 @ 9:31 pm

  8. I have spoken to the people who I joined this scheme with and the matter has now been resolved to my satisfaction.

    Comment by Mick — 24th July 2008 @ 11:28 am

  9. I got ‘entangled’ with Ms Julie Wilson over 2 years ago when she was doing the PAS scheme (prosperity automated system) and stupidly stupidly gave her a substantial amount of money to join – there was no product, jsut hand your money over, which i now wish I had never done – lost out big time on this scam.

    Comment by helen lawler — 11th October 2008 @ 1:33 pm

  10. I got suckered into believing that this cash gifting gig is legit;but when you need to reconnect with the person who invites you, they will not even talk with you.It is all a SCAM!

    I am so angry with myself for allowing this to happen to me.

    Comment by kris — 16th February 2009 @ 3:01 am

  11. What a devish bitch, liar, cheat, thief to name but a few. She portrade herself as trader,ha ha. She scammed around £150,000 out of myself, my husband and a friend. The lies she told to get the money was incredible. The police are aware of Ms Wilson. I hope she reads this, keep looking over your shoulder Julie!!!!

    Comment by liz golden — 1st May 2010 @ 1:23 pm

  12. Wow I cannot believe how this person moves through the many network programs out there. Maybe for fear of being caught. She is now promoting My Shopping Genie and my advice is DO NOT BE FOOLED. She´s the wolf in sheeps clothing. Has she caught you yet. If not run as fast as you can…… before she catches you. If she was a Dr. she´d be struck off years ago. Paul will be there to protect her so has no need to worry……..

    Comment by Jay Albright — 7th August 2010 @ 3:05 pm

  13. Julie and pauls newest scam is cashlines.net, people are paying them $55 usd to join with promises of making $300

    Comment by sarah — 27th February 2011 @ 9:36 pm

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