Andrew Katakis Responds?

Posted September 30th, 2007 by Joe Kaiser

And, I guess, from the seven comments made, I'm supposed to be a "fraud, lier (sic) and cheat."

Dear Rob,

My new buddy Andrew Katakis from Global Discoveries, LTD isn’t happy with me.

Something I said?


I suppose it has to do with my post earlier this month about his firm, Global Discoveries, LTD Exposed. You may recall, I did my part to put an end to the “racing the county’s notice” scam they are engaged in and suggested he sue me if he had a problem with me posting it.

He didn’t (not yet, anyway).

But he did call and email and tried to talk me into removing it. I won’t. Like I said, I’m done with them.

Seven New Comments

Now, here’s where it gets strange . . .

I got a bunch of anonymous comments today, the first real negative comments received at Pushed to Shove. Interestingly, they were all made under the September 12th, 2007 post about Global Discoveries, LTD.

SEVEN comments under one post?


Here’s one . . .

A new comment on the post #234 “Global Discoveries LTD Exposed” is waiting for your approval

Author : Joe Kaiser is a Fraud a lier and a cheat. You can bank on that. (IP: ,
E-mail :
Whois :
Do a search on Google and put in Joe Kaiser. You will find out that he has been sued over and over again. He defends himself by putting others down. check out his site. He is a poor cry baby that can’t take being caught. He takes advantage of old people, sick people, uneducated people etc. He is a liar and a cheat. Don’t believe a word that he says.

Yadda, yadda, yadda.

The other comments had anything negative from the internet ever posted about me, including the John T. Reed “review,” the Tina DeJulien post about me training her, and the press release from your site and from other sites that copied it.

There was some other “critique” by one of those phony “we tried all these courses and nothing worked, except the one we’re selling” sites as well.

So, I guess, from the seven comments made, I’m supposed to be a “fraud, lier (sic) and cheat.”


Notice the IP address?

All seven comments came from the same poster using the same IP address. Just for fun, copy and paste it into here . . .

Did you get this?


If you clicked your “map it” button, you got this . . .


I know it’s a little difficult to make out, but if you look closely you’ll see it says “MODESTO.”



Now, who the heck do I know in Modesto?


Surprised, Rob?

Me neither.

In the arena,

Joe Kaiser

5 Responses to: “Andrew Katakis Responds?”

  1. spyboy responds:
    Posted: October 1st, 2007 at 12:07 am


    Jeez; that guy needs to learn that there are libraries and internet cafes for that kind of activity. What a moron.

    Thank you.

  2. DaveD responds:
    Posted: October 1st, 2007 at 6:08 am

    Personal attacks are typical when the responder can’t argue the facts. But hey, you got off easy… usually “you are a racist, sexist bigoted homophobe” gets thown in for good measure. And you’ve been disowned by your own mother! A good ad-hominem attack kinda covers all angles, if you get my drift.

  3. colleen woods responds:
    Posted: April 2nd, 2009 at 3:09 pm

    Andrew Katakis does “business” under many different names. California Asset Recovery, Global Investigations, California Equity Management….and the list goes on……

    If he was someone with integrity, he would not be listed multiple times on google…..

    Right now, he has control of 12,000 dollars that is mine, as my brother made him personal represntative to my grandmother’s estate. My brother must think that this is some way to cheat me out of what I am heir to, to cheat his nephews and neice out of the chance for a somewhat better life…..but legally, that is my money, not Kevin Woods’ or Andrew Katakis’ money. I legally revoked any power of attorney to handle anything that has to do with me, as he breached a promise that he had no dealings with my brother. Obviously, he is a lot more involved with my brother than I had initially known.

  4. Modesto Resident responds:
    Posted: September 27th, 2011 at 5:57 pm
    says plenty

  5. Calgirl58 responds:
    Posted: January 5th, 2012 at 1:22 pm

    I have been deepoly concerned about this problem for a long time. I wondered how a property could sell at the auction for $550k and then sell 30 days later on the market for $850k. It saddens me that that the industry did not learn from the past. Instead they found a new way to commit fraud. SHAME SHAME SHAME

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