A mysterious website is claiming to be able to rig the ARIA music charts by paying people to download tracks from iTunes. But ARIA says any artist caught using the site will be disqualified from the chart.

Chartfixer launched five weeks ago, promising it could get its client's singles in the ARIA top 20 -- “during a quiet period” -- for a $14,212 fee. Chartfixer claims the money goes to paying registered users to download singles from iTunes.