LAS VEGAS, Sept. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- CheaterVille, Inc. http://www.cheaterville.com, a Las Vegas online social media company that provides information about alleged cheaters, today announced that it has teamed up with MTV and the Jersey Shore, the most watched series in the network's history, for a giant global anti- cheating campaign.
Since coming together with the network a couple of months ago, reality stars Jenni "JWoww" Farley and Angelina Pivarnick have both endorsed the "addicting" website, with Angelina even warning cheaters stating, "I think that if you cheat, you should be dumped for it and you should be abused. Karma is a b*tch and I can't wait to post cheaters on the site." Furthermore, MTV has given CheaterVille.com prime advertising placement on their Jersey Shore landing page and has even featured a video of cast members speaking out as to why cheating is wrong.
With cheating becoming so prominent in today's society thanks to celebrity cheating scandals, CheaterVille's founder and former United States Marine, James McGibney stated, "If we can get cast members of Jersey Shore to realize that cheating is wrong and voice their opinions against it, I know this world will become a better place and their fans are already echoing some Jersey Shores cast members viewpoints on cheating! We had over 6,500 new subscribers within one week directly because of the power of Jersey Shore, their viewers are extremely loyal. CheaterVille's ad on MTV has a click-through rate that outperforms MTV site average click-through rate by 233%."
CheaterVille, Inc. http://www.cheaterville.com, an online social media company that provides information about alleged cheaters has already added more than 120,000 new subscribers to their social networking website since it launched on February 14th of this year.
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