Some of the work that we performed on behalf of Biryani360 and Shayan Italia was the introduction of “highly acclaimed” reviews and newspaper clippings stating how great Shayan Italia, Biryani360 & Yogurt360 are. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, a NUMBER of links found within the Shayan Italia Wikipedia page have been manufactured by graphic designers and then promoted by marketing firms.
Take for example this post that is SUPPOSED TO BE referencing “the sale for Biryani360”, but actually is a promo piece put together by Shayan himself and then submitted to these websites as “iReports”.
This is basically “fake news” that anyone can talk about, whether it be true or not. This is how marketing firms are able to say, “as seen on ________” for all their advertising. If you want to still see the “original article’s location” you can click here. It’s in a Google Drive hosted by Shayan Italia with the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. If that doesn’t raise any red flags, I don’t know what does!
All of these materials have been created, just like a FALSE REALITY. Shayan thrives from the unsuspecting people to trust the first thing they read online about him, which is why we’ve dedicated this website to showing the REAL Shayan Italia and all the harm he has caused from his scams and fraudulent schemes. We believe Yogurt360 to be the next scam in line, as Shayan has never done any real work in his life, why should this be different?
Shall We Dig Deeper?
If so, then it would be best to look at the PAID REVIEWERS for Biryani360. I’m talking about users who are found on www.Fiverr.com posting to what is known as PBNs (Private Blog Networks). These sites allow you to appear as natural as possible, for as little as $5 per post. 2X posts later (see Fraud Review #1 & Fraudulent Review #2). That’s how easy it is to buy these blog posts and have them posted to individually owned websites.
Heck, we didn’t even write the blog posts – another Fiverr user did that as well. That’s another $10. Which brings it to a grand total of $20 for 2 fraudulent reviews about Biryani360.
That’s just the tip of the iceberg. But I think we’ve dug enough up on Shayan for 1-day. We’ll be back with more discoveries about the Yogurt360 fraud that is soon to occur.