I posted awhile back that I was needing Wikipedia accounts, particularly an admin account for a project. Got PM'd by YoungLive who claimed to have one. He wanted $225 for it, and said he had other admin accounts that had "less access". I thought this was bizarre, since there are no tiered admin accounts like this on Wikipedia (other than bureaucrat accounts, which are highly rare.) I played dumb, strung him along for awhile, and asked him to make a post on Wikipedia with this account so that I could check it out before buying. I asked him to make a post on Peachtree Baptist Church (Atlanta), a Wikipedia page. I'll provide a link, happily, if an admin here wants to bump up my powers. Anyway, feel free to check out the edit history on that wikipedia page. The account he used is iheartgo, which has a total of 4 edits. Not an admin, barely even a user. When I called him out, he pretended to have accidentally been logged into the wrong account. When I told him to log into the correct account and make an edit, he refused, but had the audacity to come back with a lower price:$200. What a bargain. I've looked at YoungLive's posting history and it's full of promises to others about amazing services he offers, and of course savvy users are skeptical of his claims. I've never found one instance where he has delivered anything of value to anyone. Maybe the dude is just an idiot, maybe he's a scammer. Figured I'd warn everyone, in case. Look into him and make him prove his claims first.