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Exacta Weather - Bogus and a Fraud
« on: Jan 05, 2018, 13:29 »
There's a website that keeps getting mentioned whenever there are hysterical weather stories published in the papers, usually in the Daily Express. It's a 'company' called Exacta Weather who claim all kinds of superpowers to forecast the weather, some 6 months in advance. The site is run by a chancer called James Madden who luckily said he thought winter 2010 would be cold. He was right (a good guess) and he's been trying to extort money from people ever since.

He tries to make out Exacta Weather is a company supplying weather forecasts to all kind of well known companies, but in fact he's just a one man band operating out of a flat in Lancaster. The company name isn't registered at Companies House and he has no qualifications whatsoever in Meteorology. Please don't fall for his fraudulent patter regarding weather, or pay for his weather forecasts.

He hasn't a clue.

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