On the 9th Nov 2017 @ 13:20pm,  Plazaonline.co.uk registered on our site – Eventdomain.co.uk, took ad space from us and didn’t pay.

We sent them invoices and proof of contract below:


Dear Admin,


The following ad listing has just been submitted on your Event Domain website.


Ad Details


Title: Book a Taxi Online Now in London | Minicab London | PlazaOnline


Author: PlazaOnline



(please note the ‘Author’ is clearly PlazaOnline themselves) – we sent the first of many invoices via waveapps invoice software on

9 Jan 2018
10 Jan 2018
11 Jan 2018
15 Jan 2018
9 Feb 2018 etc

Due to no response from them, we will take revenge on them using the power of our websites to expose what their like and hopefully help other suppliers avoid doing business with them.  At this time, PlazaOnline are now infront of 25k of visitors per year, with the threat of being posted on Eventdomain’s main site to a further 200k visitors per year.   Plaza should have paid up….


Venuedomain.com gets 850,033 page requests for 2017 – so far…..   Can we reach 1 million for this year?    We did it for 2016 with Statistics of 1,716,147 page requests, so a million searches is possible.

We all hate those sneaky Seo agencies and link builders who think they can rob a website, place their client links and get away with it for free – they cannot!   So we must unite to fight back, and you can do this easily.   Your website is your property and you alone get to decide who advertises and who doesn’t – and at what price you charge for that service.


Get yourself a CMS – Content Management System
Most good web designers can input one, as standard with most site types. This lets you control, accept, delete adverts etc and all manner of fhings to control client accounts. Wait for the spam and just zap em! – end of problem!

Chances are the seo agencies wont bother to check, but that don’t matter right, their link cant count in the results pages of the major search engines as it ceases to exist and no longer in said website. If they want to waste time doing spam, let em waste it – but not on your mega traffic site ok.

I.P address logger/database

Some spam is just obvious – but some is clever and you want to id where it come from, for this you need a IP number/address – most CMS systems will log every number, where you can do a trace using any number of IP tools out there. Tracing websites will identify the country, state, town and even the users ISP – once you know the third world country where the Seo freelancer comes from, zap all the links, destroying any benefit to them.

If they use a proxy (fake IP number) to hide themselves – just zap em anyway.

If you own a site of a size that promotes others eg: forum, blog etc – you must protect yourself from seo agencies, unless you truly want to let them in for nothing. But they know the great million traffic sites will never let them in and that’s what annoys them and keeps them down and hopefully so they’ll quit for good.

Get a Terms and Conditions for your site

This is a must!! this protects you from agencies/their clients who will claim they know nothing about it – so ensure you lay out a clear picture of your charges so they cant say you were a free site. Put this at least in 2 places on your blog etc. Also put clear pricing elsewhere on your blog/site.

Threaten their clients

Approach Seo agents’s clients and send out tons of invoices and letters – this works to hassle them into paying up or makes them nervous about possible legal action if they dont pay up.


Put clear pricing/fees on your site

Make sure you add this in big bold fonts or a decent designed graphic image – this not only protects you and informs potential real clients, but acts as a detterent to some spammers, as they wont list their clients to a site that has a policy of charging, or it at least reduces some direct spam.


Eventdomain is a medium sized company, part of a larger group that promotes hospitality websites and businesses.   Why not visit today and find out what we can do for your business.






Eventdomain’s sister site, Venuedomain.com got 228,950  page requests for June 2016.   This comes close to January’s figure of 250,475 requests, and we should reach this on a per monthly basis by 2017, which proves our sites work – so we wish to thank all our searchers –  Thank You!

Venuedomain had 359,045 page requests for our first quarter of 2016.  Also 23.1% of monthly visitors stay on our site for 1 hour plus while conducting searches.

Eventdomain smashes all expectations by managing to serve over 1000 advertisers.   The interest in our websites has been fantastic – so thank you all.

Venuedomain reaches 250,475 page requests so far by Feb 2016.  We expect to reach 1 million mark by May,   which is great news for advertisers.

A further 56 companies now use Eventdomain.co.uk    to help promote their services including:

CarpetCleanersCleaning.co.uk,  Sian Events,  Echo Staffing,  Europa Security,  Seasons Photobooth,  Golden Heritage and many more.

Corporate Vision Best for Event Suppliers Solutions - UK

Eventdomain wins its 6th Business Award


Following months of rigorous analysis and deliberation, we are pleased to inform you that Eventdomain.co.uk is a winner in the 2015 UK Corporate Excellence Awards, and has been named:”

Best for Event Suppliers Solutions – UK


Eventdomain wishes to thank the Organiser for their vote of confidence and now confirms Eventdomain as one of the top publishers in the UK, without any doubt.     So why not search our sites to help plan your next event.

>>  County Court Judgement (CCJ)  –  Bad Debtor  – do not trust this company as they lost in County Court  Ref:  B9QZ5A91

Click4cab is a bad, dodgy debtor and now has a CCJ against their name for non payment of the debt to Eventdomain.

The director’s name is Ali Quereshi       This is what we believe he looks like:

Ali Qureshi  Director  Click4Cab Ltd

>  County Court details of claim:

Do not trust this company or supply them with services.  Like all gutless debtors, the director has ‘done a runner’ to Lahore, Pakistan, but we believe his company still operates within the UK.

On 15th August and 19th August 2014, 2 listings were submitted to Eventdomain from Click4Cab Ltd, these are their clients Godalming Taxi and Guilldford Taxi. (Doc 1 & 2). An online contract was agreed to on the 15th & 19th August 2014 (Docs 19,26,27,28,29,30)

On 3rd September, invoices 1308/1309 sent – no reply (Doc 3 & 4)

On 8th September, invoices 1310/1311 sent – no reply (Doc 5 & 1)

On 11th September, invoices 1312/1313 sent – no reply (Doc 6 & 7)

Barking Trading Standards say its Click4Cab who is the legal advertiser. (Doc 18)

We can prove that Click4Marketing promotes Click4Cab on its Facebook page , and Click4Marketing were hired by Click4Cab. (Doc 17).

On 24th October, invoices for both Godalming/Guildford Taxi listings requesting payment were sent – no reply (Doc 20 & 21)

On 27th October, invoices and letters sent requesting full payment of £660 to Mr Ali – no reply. (Doc 22 & 23)

On 21st & 24th Feb 2015, invoices and letters sent requesting full payment which now stands at £740, no reply from Mr Ali.

On 12th Sept 2015 a 3rd listing was submitted from Click4Cab Ltd, this is their client Frimley Taxis. On 25th April 2015, invoice sent for a third listing of their client – Frimley Taxis..

>>   A County Court Judgement was awarded against Click4Cab Ltd on 20th May 2015 for £890.00  + £60 court costs and further interest.