But not very well, as we'll discuss soon enough.
First an apology for our long absence and the dearth of posts in the month or two prior. Unfortunately, job troubles for one of us and a death in the family for another have kept us away from Casey and his idiocy for far too long. Not that we haven't been checking in from time to time, we just haven't had time for the detailed analysis and discussion for which our blog is famous. Rather than simply pass along headlines that have been generously made available by our friends at Camp Idiot, we have chosen silence. Now it is time for that silence to be broken.
LisaTits is back, though you would never know it if you were to Google her name, or at least the name we knew her by, which was Lisa Scifo, her married name.
The other day, she changed her name to Lisa Henry, or should we say she changed it back? It's obvious that Henry was her maiden name, a name she left behind when she married Matt Scifo and which she continued to use after he filed for divorce, they lost their house to foreclosure, etc. Knowing what she's up to now, Matt is probably quite happy to have his name back.
Her family should probably feel otherwise, as we will see later.
As documented over on Caseypedia, boyfriend and co-conspirator Mike Masterson has apparently moved the business in a new direction, which is the selling of "authorized user" spaces on unused credit cards. This is one of the older "credit repair" scams out there. For a fee, somebody will let you list yourself as an "authorized user" on their unused credit card account. You never get a card so you can never actually use the account, but it does show up on your credit record and in the past may have helped improve your score.
That is, until the credit industry figured this one out and instituted something called FICO '08, which initially planned to drop all "authorized users" from credit scoring entirely, and later restored them but to a much more limited degree designed only to enable members of the same household to share credit accounts and scores. A competing system called VantageScore has never considered "authorized users" to have credit accounts of their own. These days, anybody paying to be an "authorized user" of a stranger's credit card is in fact paying for nothing at all. Giving hundreds of dollars to the big-titted hustler and her chicken-incinerating co-conspirator is not likely to yield much.
The business must not be going all that well, because in addition to the "specials" linked above, the Executive Consultant Group LLC duo have also seen fit to offer a 10% off coupon, reproduced at the top of this communique. As one of the more astute commenters on CI noted: "Economy's so bad even the scammers are giving discounts."
Of course, it may even be worse than that. Remember how we said that Lisa's ex is probably glad to have his name back but her family might not feel the same way? It seems that by changing her name back, she's revealed all of them as well as Mike's family to public scrutiny. We won't get into the details because it has been so juicily and meticulously aired on CI and we prefer that you read it at the source, but it's great stuff. Among other things this information suggests pretty conclusively that the house where Casey's infamous "chicken incineration video" was shot probably did not belong to Lisa and Mike, rather it's Mike's sister's place and that in all likelihood her kids are the ones that Lisa claimed to be nannying in her Facebook profile some time back.
We also note that around the time of Lisa's name change, the company's crappy old website went blank and was replaced with the company blog from which the above coupon was copied. And not only one blog, but two, the second being merely a bad blogspot copy of the bad Wordpress blog that contains the original. It's so badly done we have to wonder if they actually hired Casey to do the work.
So there you have it. An amateurish attempt to hide from the editors of Caseypedia, the sleuths of CI and the mysterious denizens of CHC. Failed, naturally. But the attempt didn't just fail to address the bad publicity problem, as this piece, the comments on CI and the Caseypedia article will easily link Lisa Scifo, now Lisa Henry, Mike Masterson and the Executive Consultant Group LLC for the rest of eternity. The attempt has generated new interest by those parties who previously sought only to enjoy a quick intermission now and then courtesy of a photo of Lisa's funbags. As a result, both of their entire families have now been slimed as associates of their sleazy business.
There is only one right way to do business with Casey: not at all. There is only one right way to react to being outed: move on, forget it and do something else. Fighting it just makes it worse and scammers who don't crawl back under their rocks get what they deserve.
And that's the way things are here at FC HQ, where we're settling back in after too much time away.