Who is Christopher Mallick?

Who Is Christopher ‘Chris’ Mallick? The dirty run down..

Chris Mallick Middle Men
Chris Mallick (right) with cast and crew, Kelsey Grammer (left) and George Gallo (middle)

After his letting go from web processing giant, Paycom, John Christopher ‘Chris’ Mallick was able to create, ePassporte, from a very generous severance package afforded to him by his previous employer. Essentially a smaller more specialized version of Paypal, Christopher Mallick started this company in late 2002/2003 and it saw many fruitful years.

Things wouldn’t stay peachy forever, though. In the latter part of last decade, Chris Mallick founded “Oxymoron Entertainment” a film and television production company that proved to be anything but the huge success once former e-commerce mogul Christopher Mallick had intended it to be. It was in constant need of cash injections to prevent it from going under and aside from Mallick’s own funds, more funds had to be found quickly.. and from somewhere. In early September 2010, Christopher Mallick’s company, ePassporte had its Visa contract revoked due to what the host bank, St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla National Bank Ltd. called “certain deficiencies”. Chris Mallick’s, ePassporte clients were in a huge panic. Chris had no explanation to offer his clients, and the worst was yet to come.

In late 2007, ePassporte inaugurated a special feature to their clients accounts called the “wallet”. This enabled clients to store funds that were not in immediate need of use in this segregated “wallet” portion of the account where it would be kept safe from fraud and misuse. This turned out to be a terrible irony. Funds in the “less safe” Visa portion of the account were promptly returned by the host bank, St Kitts, whereas the bank had no knowledge whatsoever of any “wallet” funds or where they might be. Clients made the fair assumption that any funds deposited into the accounts would stay at the same banking institution, St Kitts.

As it turned out, the wallet feature of the accounts, when money would be transferred into it would be whisked away to another bank or somewhere unknown to the account holder and totally without their consent or authorization. If this isn’t beginning to sound fishy then one of us needs to take “Consumer Banking 101 for beginners’.

Don’t Be Fooled.. or ‘Mallicked’ as has became a common expression among his victims and those in that care enough to research this individual and his past highly questionable deeds and actions –

Christopher Mallick True
The REAL Christopher Mallick

Full name: John Christopher Mallick -or- Christopher Mallick; Chris Mallick JC Mallick Christopher J Mallick Christopher John Mallick

Date of birth: February 12, 1959 Place of birth: Texas, United States of America

Nationality: American, Lebanese heritage

Comprehensive information on the company’s state prior to dissolution can be found here:

* http://krebsonsecurity.com/2010/09/visa-blocks-epassporte/

* http://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/news/visa-suspends-epassporte-electronic-money-service/

* http://www.thestkittsnevisobserver.com/2010/09/10/epassport-controversy.html

In this filing, Christopher Mallick’s address is listed as being the following, which is, in fact – a P.O. Box operated by UPS:

Suite 563 13428 Maxella Avenue Marina del Rey, CA 90292 United States of America

Property tax filings by Christopher Mallick reveal a different address – possibly his current residence:

150 Union Jack Mall Los Angeles, CA 90292 United States of America

Christy Taylor Barnes and Christopher Mallick

Christy Taylor Barnes proves invaluable asset to Mallick

Sounds like names on a wedding invitation, with more loyalty and trust for each other than the average couple getting hitched nowadays, but in reality its more a match made in hell than heaven.

Christy Taylor Barnes and Christopher Mallick started their relationship at none other than, Paycom, the company Chris would later be fired from for misappropriation among other things. Christy left with him, and together (with a very generous severance package) would form, ePassporte N.V.

Christy Taylor Barnes
Christy Taylor Barnes.. always useful.

Christy was more than just a pretty face at ePassporte. She was essentially responsible for all the company’s daily affairs and ensuring the ship sailed swiftly, and if it were to hit the proverbial iceberg and sink, she’d be the girl to ensure all the bigwigs departed safely. Women and children first is a little old fashioned, don’t you think?

Not only was Christy Taylor Barnes responsible for the post disaster evacuation plan for ePassporte, but she was appointed head fixer of the inevitable mess that would ensue.

Thousands of people worldwide were frantically worried about the whereabouts of their personal funds. Funds Christopher Mallick himself announced were “safe” and would be returned them in signed statements and press releases he issued himself.

Months would pass and folks were angry, and rightfully so. Forums, websites, and social media pages were abuzz with comments like: “Where is our money?” and “When will you send my wire transfer, Mallick!”. Accusations of thievery and misappropriation rampant. Could you really blame them?

Oh my god, somebody call Christy! She would be the gal to ensure all the masses would be kept under control and together with attorney’s, Michael Weiss and Nina Nahal Ameri, would send out DCMA take-down notices quicker than a drunk can find a bar.

Christy Taylor Barnes sends DCMA
Example of a DCMA take down sent to Google. Notice Christy Taylor Barnes as the sender

Not satisfied simply with taking down any sites or pages that attempt to speak the truth about John Christopher Mallick, Christy Taylor Barnes also participates in the notorious Internet practice of “Cyber Squatting”. Cyber Squatting is where one party registers a domain name and simply hoards it to prevent anyone else using it for any legitimate purpose.

Christy Taylor Barnes domain name
Christy Taylor Barnes registers ChristopherMallickScam.net

In the example above, Christy Taylor Barnes registered christophermallickscam.net for the express intent of preventing yet another victim of Christopher Mallick and ePassporte from exercising their right to free speech and their dissatisfaction with Christopher Mallick and his failure to uphold his word.

Clearly Christy is a diabolical genius and its no surprise Christopher Mallick appointed her President of Oxymoron Entertainment along with Producer roles in many of his films and various productions. Take it from me, this chick is one to watch out for!


Christopher Mallick and Epassporte – Four Years Later

“Your Funds Are Fully Safe And Protected”

“You Are Owed That And It Will Be Fulfilled”

“The Funds Are Secured”

If you take a look at Christopher Mallick’s Linked Page, Personal webpage or Facebook you will see no mention of ePassporte. You will see him covorting with stars, Luke Wilson, Gallo, Ribisi, etc. . But he has gone to great lengths to distance himself with his former pride and joy which abruptly closed shop four years ago and whose customer funds have to this day not been returned – contrary to claims by Chris Mallick in various interviews to the contrary.

Epassporte Four Years Later
Chris Mallick tall tales remind you of anyone?

Whoever was at fault, whether it was Visa or ePassporte is immaterial. The funds held in the more vulnerable Visa section of a clients account were all returned shortly after this fiasco began by the banking institution were those funds were held – St Kitts and Nevis Bank

Funds in the segregated “wallet” section of the clients account was supposed to be TOTALLY SAFE from fraud or misuse and available for wire transfer upon customers request. In fact ePassporte encouraged their clients to keep funds in the wallet portion of the account when not immediately needed.

Where are those funds held, Christopher Mallick? St Kitts bank has repeatedly stated they do not hold those funds, so where are they? Which banking institution are those wallet funds stored so customers like myself can retrieve them? As owner and chief operator of ePassporte,  can you please (finally) disclose this information to us?

Christopher Mallick Still Silent On Missing Money

Christopher Mallick’s former ePassporte clients aren’t going away!

Christopher Mallick
Christopher Mallick, Where’s The Money?

Frequently Asked Questions: –

Why this website, what are you hoping to achieve?

First and foremost since Mr John Christopher Mallick apparently cannot keep his word in regards to missing money belonging to not only myself but many dear friends of mine. I feel it is my duty to discourage as many people as possible against associating or doing business with Mr Mallick or at the very least that they must exercise the utmost caution and due diligence wherever their money is concerned and Mr Mallick.

Secondly, since Mr Mallick and his attorney’s appear unwilling to answer questions via phone or email, I have no other choice but to relay questions to them through the public sphere. I kindly ask that J Christopher Mallick reveal the location of my as yet un-returned wallet funds that he himself declared were safe and that would be returned to myself and other account holders without delay.

Four years later I have yet to recieve one cent of my money or been sent correspondence by either Chris Mallick or his attorney’s as to the location of my money or how I could go about obtaining it.

Wait a minute, I thought Mallick said he paid everyone?

No doubt you read the Details Magazine interview done by Sanjiv months after the ePassporte blowup, where he claims the majority of account holders were paid and “95% of the people clamoring for their money are frauds”. I haven’t been paid (neither have dozens of my close friends and associates).

One can reasonably assume that Christopher Mallick is accusing myself and others of being frauds or engaging in fraudulent behavior for merely wanting to know the whereabouts of our money. Somewhat slanderous don’t you think? Money that Chris himself said on many occasions (and even attested by signing his own name under such statements, see link at top of page), was “safe”.