A Montreal-based marketing company is at the heart of a plan that includes a massive network of streaming sites that have captured thousands of Internet users for small amounts totaling hundreds of millions of dollars with promises of unlimited free access to premium content that they don’t have for you. Find bids and search from Radio Canada.
These sites run a company in Barbados called Hyuna International and give users access to movies, books, and music.
Users were drawn to those sites by false promises and deceptive ads generated by subcontractors collecting commissions from AdCenter, an Internet marketing company with its sleek, modern offices in downtown Montreal, and an investigation by a disinformation breach program. decoders have found.
Research has revealed that both AdCenter and Hyuna International have ties to Canadian businessman Philip Keizer. This network uses a complex network of hundreds of nearly identical websites and third-party fake companies to avoid scrutiny, according to the sources and experts cited in the report.
AdCenter is an affiliate marketing company and is a pervasive legal practice. In this type of marketing, partners called affiliate partners promote goods and services and receive a commission every time a customer they refer makes a purchase. Branches are not employees, but subcontractors.
Unlike other affiliate marketing companies, AdCenter has only one client: Hyuna International. Their affiliates only pay when they convince…