Is the Wealth Magnet System a Scam?
I can't speak for everyone, but two months after I cancelled my membership and got a confirmation, a charge to my credit card for $75 showed up from them. I have tried three times to contact them and it's been over a month, so I am now disputing the charge with my credit card company.
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The term SCAM in the online world has been loosely translated. By definition, a scam is a quick-profit scheme where a person cheats another individual or group out of money by presenting them with false information during a deal or offer. There are many different types of scams that prey on unsuspe…cting victims. Scammers can approach their victims via email, SMS, and sometimes even a phone to your personal cell number. One example of this is the lottery scam. In this scheme, a person receives news via phone call or email that they have won the lottery and can retrieve the cash prize after submitting a small processing fee. After submitting the fee, the attacker disappears with the money. Another dangerous scam is called phishing, in which the scammer deceives the victim into forfeiting personal information. Phishing scams usually appear in e-mail form and contain links to supposedly authentic websites, such as those containing a bank login form or a credit card company. When clicked, viruses and other malware can enter your system and passwords and other information processed through your computer will be recorded. Fortunately, with adequate skills and proper knowledge you can detect when somebody is trying to cheat you. Make sure you are aware of the major Internet scams and keep your computer up-to-date with proper anti-virus software. (MORE)
Answer . This invention employs a magnetometer as a magnetic heading reference for a vehicle such as a small aircraft. The magnetometer is mounted on a directional dial in the aircraft in the vicinity of the pilot such that it is free to turn with the dial about the yaw axis of the aircraft. The i…nvention includes a circuit for generating a signal proportional to the northerly turning error produced in the magnetometer due to the vertical component of the earth's magnetic field. This generated signal is then subtracted from the output of the magnetometer to compensate for the northerly turning error. . Above retrieved from: http://www.freepatentsonline.com/3943763.html. Viper1. (MORE)
Answer . In September 2006, I purchased a Pathfinder Tax Strategy and Asset Protection Course from Pathfinder Business Systems (PFBS) (Sebastian, FL) via Amsco Marketing LLC. Subsequently, I was sent 4 CDs and an Incorporating Brilliance Book. The Incorporating Brilliance book was the written …form of the 4 CDs.. I reviewed the information in the book as I listened to the CDs. Based on the information in the book, I took many notes on asset protection. In late September 2006, I met with my attorney to review the notes to determine the best course of action to protect my personal assets. After reviewing several pages in the book, my attorney informed me that the information was outdated. Specifically, my attorney stated that the information detailed in the Incorporating Brilliance book was "pre George W Bush" and used the terms " misinformation " and " consumer rip-off ". Based on my attorney's comments, I came to the conclusion that I could not trust any tax or asset protection recommendations that would be provided to me in the 6 Pathfinder coaching sessions that I would have received.. Therefore, I contacted Pathfinder Business Strategies LLC to inform them that I was canceling my agreement with their company due to the misinformation provided in the Incorporating Brilliance book and CDs. I also informed PFBS that I had contacted my credit card company to cancel payment.. The final result was the credit card company only supported me on half of the coaching couse cost because I had broken the seal on the CDs and booklet. The question that I raised to the credit card company was how would anyone know if the information is accurate if they do not read the book and listen to the CDs? The credit card company responded that PFBS's policy was that only half of the course cost would be refunded if the seals were broken.. I felt violated but was happy to receive a refund for half the cost of the coaching.. I strongly recommend that people conduct their own due diligence prior to dealing with Pathfinders Business Systems. Remember, the old adage that states that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.. (MORE)
Yes! The magic bullet really works. But if you put ice in it make sure that its crushed or it will ruin the blade. Answer It really works. Answer It does work, but it's still a scam. Any regular or (even better) immersion blender will last longer. The better units will be less likely to br…eak, will have a stronger motor with more speeds, and won't wear out as fast. Answer The units work, but are still more hype than hustle. And they are not built to last as long as a "regular" appliance that does the same thing. (MORE)
In a capitalist system, wealth and goods are acquired throughcompetition. The wealthiest end up with more wealth and more goods.
Passport to wealth is not a scam if you are commitied to very small and achievable actions steps.. We have a team that does 4 training calls 4 days a week and as well we have awesome top quality step by step videos on how you can market your business online for free using the latest web 2.0 compani…es such as facebook, youtube, digg and other awesome web 2.0 sites. Check out this video that explians more . http://youtube.com/watch?v=vH4H0yhmAww (MORE)
Doesn't look good. A couple of things to think about:. 1 anytime there is a 'limited time' opportunity, it's not a good idea. Many people use this as a 'fear of loss' tactic... if you don't sign up today, you miss out. #2 making claims of earning $600+ per day working from home - even though sh…e says it's not a 'pie in the sky' dream - it really is. Making that kind of money from a home based business OVER TIME is possible, but right out of the box... NO. #3 Charts, graphs, supposed bank or pay-pal diagrams showing proof of income are very easy to create in any word processor. Unfortunately the site looks like so many others that make the same claim. I suspect the only one getting rich here or making that $600+ a day is the creator of the site. . Yes I have tried Rachael Ryan Stay-at-home-system and I highly recommend her if you have some experience in affiliate marketing. I DO NOT recommend her if you have no idea what affiliate marketing is. What you get is the basics to affiliate marketing, how to set up and establish a clickbank account, information concerning blogging, and many downloads that can be used to establish your own website. You also get a website creator. What you do not get is the domain and hosting of your new website. This will cost an extra $200.00 if you go with Rachael's suggestion. You do not get the information required to driving traffic to that website. You do not get information on using the website creator or advice in making a website that actually generates sales. For the $39.95 that she charges, you get a wealth of information and it might be the key to someone who has been struggling making successful affiliate marketing campaigns. In summary, Rachael Ryan gives a ton of knowledge about Affiliate Marketing and not much wisdom to go along with that knowledge. My website that I created with Rachael Ryan stayed dormant for 3 months. Then I joined Wealthy Affiliates and was able to create 3 successful affiliate marketing campaigns as was able to change my Rachael Ryan website into a successful affiliate marketing campaign as well. What really worked the best was applying what I learned through Rachael Ryan along with what Wealthy Affiliates teach. . Complete Ripoff Rachel Ryan system offers cheesy E-books for you to sell but you can go straight to the members area for free and not even pay the 49 to 89 bucks she request You still have to pay for web hosting and you still have to figure out a way to get traffic to your sites ie Google adds and others that cost a fortune plus if you do sign up with her then you get phone call from other people who for 1500.00 to 15000.00 will help you be successful What a crock save your money keep looking, there's bound to be an honest legit business out there. Hi,Im NOT!!!! trying to improve your answer,accually it was excellent, What I DONT like is theres no way of calling her? sending her a email? to ask a question,,Real honest people,put there the phone number in,,or and email address,as i got on a list some how,and got 4 emails from her today,,so before i unsubscribe,,i wanted to ask a couple of questions!!! But hit reply,and it comes right back!!!!!!!! So,,maybe i will find it here!!!!!!!!! Thanks,Jack (MORE)
I highly doubt it, a friend of mine is on his Sendoutcards team and that's one of the most legit businesses out there. She's been doing it a couple of weeks and getting up to speed on marketing it on the Internet.
Yes, it is. As is anything that offers $50,000 a month for one hour a day in labor. If you send them the $50, you will never see it again.
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Yes, Be. Productions is a scam. I worked for them as a "Talent Director" and left due to moral differences. They do not have the connections they claim to and are using the names and images of celebrities without their knowledge. "Talent Directors" are kept around based on sales volume and not the t…alent they find. You are tained to sell to everyone. There is no cut before the call back, only strategic scheduling to break down the groups into smaller volumes to lead the people to believe they are the only 6-10% that they claim they call back. They call everyone back. Thousands a week all over the state of California. Don't fall for it. (MORE)
Not recommended. NSA Technologies, LLC - alternate business name Brent Austin's Automated Wealth System has complaints with the BBB in Akron. Wants you to set up websites to sell products. To get customers you have to purchase from another website. No response at their 800 Phone number. refer to lin…k below to Better Business Bureau. (MORE)
This is a system where you have the resell rights for over 100 different e-books that you can sell in any way you see fit. Most people sell their ebooks through free classified adds, which is just like putting an add in the newspaper but it is done online and its almost always free. Also some people… sell these on their own website. (MORE)
Ewen Chia's Internet Wealth System will work if properly applied.However, the difficulty in applying all the principles is extremelydifficult and it does not always work the way stated in the system.
Your question is a bit unclear. I did find a company named Access Control System dealing in security for bank ATMs. In general, if you are being promised things that sound too good to be true, and you must pay up front, watch out!
I am familiar with Wealth Power Systems. They are a telemarketing company that also does work in Salt Lake City Utah. There are several companies that run under WPS, such as Funding Resources (myfundingresources.com). . I do need to make you aware the Funding Resources is currently targeting senior… citizens in a telemarketing plan to obtain thousands of dollars from their credit cards without authorization. Funding Resources claims that they will process dozens of grants to federal, state and county agencies applying for individual grants. I believe that many people are aware that 99.9 percent of any kind of government grant is never given to an individual, but rather mostly not-for-profit organizations that meet strict guidelines. . WPS, which also owns Click2Trade is being sued by the Texas Attorney General's Office and is currently being investigated by the California Attorney General's Office. I won't erase what this person wrote but I respectfully disagree. A lot of assumptions are made about companies with little facts backing them up. My opinion is biased because I work for my funding resources obviously. But we are a legitimate business and we provide a real service. True nobody has to pay to get a grant. True anybody can get a grant on their own. In the same respects anybody can file their own taxes. Anybody can change the oil in their car themselves. We provide a service and we take pride in our work. So unless you are an actual customer who has a complaint about us which I hope are few. It's my opinion that your doing a disservice to make assumptions about something you don't really know. Also the fact is there are 1000s of grants available for the individual right now so that remark is a complete lie. Also any company that is fraudulent wouldn't stay at the same location for so many years because they would get shut down, especially when it's a company that deals directly with federal, state and local governments. (MORE)
Yes, it is, I, and many others have had the experience. 1: I purchased a 40k lead package for $370. I received a check mark in my back office on August 23rd that the leads would go out. It is now SEPT 17th as of this post, and out of 40k, I've seen 0 results, which is almost an impossibility. Ever…yone else whom was told that their leads have gone out has had this same issue. In fact, on one of the 40k lead packs I got refunded for (I had two from being double charged by them) it said it still went out anyway. So tell me, why would a legitimate company send out leads that the person got refunded for two weeks earlier? Again, this has happened to every single other person who had more than 1 lead pack also. There are some that are getting results, but they are the ones who are contacting a lot of other people about it, and manually getting them in the system, in which nothing is from the promised lead packs. Albeit, I have no problem getting people to join a system, but I'm not about to hurt anyone and get them into Streamline Funnel System. FROM WILLPROSPECTOR: Here is even a more definitive answer and not just one person's experience: I have to report 2 charges for $39.96 as being fraudulent from a place called Sales-HelpOnline.com that is ripping a lot of people off. The first charge was on Sept.8, 2009 for $39.96 from Sales-HelpOnline.com and the second charge was on Oct. 15,2009 from Sales-HelpOnline.com. Both charges had the Identification Number 6502300226. That company represents or owns the Streamline Funnel System. Here is my affiliate link: Below is your Marketing URL (Affiliate Link) http://www.StreamlineFunnelSystem.com/?ID=41873 Please read these blog posts that explain almost everything: a. http://www.work-at-home-forum.com/14_14346_2.html b. http://www.work-at-home-forum.com/14_14346_3.html But this post by Karl Airey who was one of the founders of the Streamline Funnel System explains the core of the deception: "Dear Birddog, My name is Karl Airey. I am the EX designer of My Partners In Profit and Streamline Funnel System, and now, just another poor shmuck who got taken for a ride. The owner of SFS decided I was making too much 'noise' I guess. You see... I KNEW there was a major secret here. I KNEW something wasn't right. I KNEW people were being lied to and hurt. When I voiced these concerns, they retaliated. To find out more about this disgraceful company log in to SFS, or please click on the link below: http://www.karlairey.com " (MORE)
No it is not a SCAM Go to the official website under the answer at related links
Yes, it is. In it the say they've some prize check for you, but need you to send them around thirty dollars so they can process and mail your check. You do, and then you either don't hear back from them, or they send you more requests for more fees, and keep doing so until you finally realize that y…ou aren't actually going to get a million dollar award check from them. (MORE)
Yes, it's a scam. You send him your money, and in return he gives you the secret to Automatic Wealth. Here's the secret to how "Ryan Jackson" gets wealth - he has people send him their hard earned money for nothing! Obviously if he had a real secret to wealth, he'd be busy doing that, not charg…ing you money! If his secret works so well, why doesn't he just give it away? There is no "automatic" way of generating wealth, never has been, never will be. (MORE)
Yes, it is. If he had a secret to "automatic wealth" he'd not need to charge you for it.
The Factory system in the North to the Slavery system in the South Which was more effective at creating wealth?
the most money is in oil and arms. you need factories and refineries to profit from them. the north wins!
I believe this is a scam. I just purchased their "unbelievable" product at an "unbelievable" price of $49.99, and none of the links they have sent me will work to access the members area. Please do not fall into this trap, as I have. I have already gotten the ball rolling on getting a refund for the… $49.99. Similar to the pathetic story he described, my life is similar to what he claimed he was before he tried this "too good to be true" automatic wealth solution. I am a single father and struggling to make ends meet. He has preyed on someone very weak like myself, and now I am having to go through red tape to get my last $50 back. Please heed my words and immediately delete any e-mails associated with Ryan Jackson or Automatic Wealth Solutions. (MORE)
Yes, it is. There is no such thing as "automatic wealth", and those who sent Ryan $49.99 were disappointed.
If an attempt is made to sell you a magnetic generator, on the claim that it will supply you with free energy, then that attempt constitutes a scam ... that is, an attempt to defraud you for the seller's benefit. If the magnetic generator is simply demonstrated, with no attempt to persuade yo…u to do anything about it, then it's simply a magic show ... that is, an entertaining illusion. In either case, you must understand, even if it's not obvious to you, that the magnetic generator is not doing what the operator may claim it is doing, or what it may appear to be doing. (MORE)
Yes, it is. When you send him the $49.99 for his scheme, you will not get back anything that will automatically create wealth for you. Please bear in mind that if Ryan Jackson had such a secret, he would not need to sell it, he'd already have "automatic wealth".
The magnetic field of Earth prevents the solar wind from easilystripping off the atmosphere and leaving the planet dry and aridlike Mars.
I would add that this is not really a question. But yes, the system you describe is a scam.
If you send them your money, you will not become rich by trying to get people to visit "your" website. The company derives it's primary income from getting people to "invest" in that scheme, not anything else.
Michelle miller from wealth development certification programs in this home job you post links is this a scam.?
yes its a b...s... scam!! except the persons name in the one i almost gave money to was michelle taylor of lake elsinore california! not michelle miller!
Scams online commonly come from Nigeria for high value items, that was widely believed, but with experience and research the rate of online scams is higher in Malaysia and Indonesia. Nigeria can be rated between number 18th - 26th, because IT is just on the embryo stage in Nigeria, whereas it is ful…ly developed in the aforementioned countries. And let me add that Nigerians are the most honest, hardworking and talented people in the world outside corruption. (MORE)
When considering whether or not something of this nature is a scam, you have to look for anomalies like is the reward vastly greater than the cost. Does the pitch not hint at how it works but goes on and on about the possibilities, outcomes, rewards, etc... Is the name of the person who succeeded do…ing it have a unique name or is it something common like Melissa Johnson. Are you asking people via Internet blogging if it's a scam? If you have any doubt that it's a scam then it's a scam. Simply put, It's a scam. (MORE)
Hi, I'm sorry but Key Wealth Systems is a SCAM. They don't give you what they offer in the web. The hook web offer make money filling surveys and other things. This is nothing in common with what they have on their site. It is just some info about how to use adwords and a site link to a market place… in www. Also they don't apply the 60 days guarantee. I try that and no way. All asistant just give me excuses. It's they same with direct academy. SCAM SCAM don't fall on thisâ¦. As I did it. If you want more info check in the www or email me: email@example.com (MORE)
Yes, Consumer Wealth System is nearly the same as Key Wealth System, but with some minor differences. So I guess you could possibly consider it to be remarketed.
I have no problem with the programme since l joined but l have a problem convincing my partner that all programmes Making Money Online are Scams.
It certainly seems so; when I turned on my speaker phone I could hear multiple voices in the background that indicated this was nothing more than a "boiler Room" operation intent on sucking as much money out of people as possible without any real benefit for those that spent the money - they are als…o protected by Utah State Laws that have zero benefit for the unwary consumer - anyone that has been duped by ALS needs to confer with others to file a class action suit at the 'Federal Level' to override the protection that is enjoyed by ALS in Utah! (MORE)
YES IT IS A SCAM, C/S # does not exist. They amount of TYPOS that are in the article are absurd. Everything he says he will e-mail you (account info etc...) never got e-mailed to me
I think that survey revenue system is definitely a scam. I was suckered into spending more and more money, now when I try to cancel within my 60 trial period, I get hung up on before I can speak to anyone. The customer service number is no longer in use. The e-mail address doesn't work. I am totally… discusted. (MORE)
no, it is not. i'm doing very well using the Ioffice system. I am working with folks making over 15K a month. I've been here for only a few weeks and have made back my investment 2 times over. You must be able to follow step by step directions in order to succeed. Many people don't and become disgru…ntled. You get out what you put in as far as time goes. It is NOT a scam. (MORE)
I really think its a scam,if a oerson won an amount of money why would they be asking for 20.00 to process your so called entry number,also they cant gaurante you anything not even an answer
I think it is a scam because I reciced a letter from them May 15, 2012 and they're asking for $20.00 to be sent to ADD P.O. Box 358Hewletr, NY 11557-0358. I wonder how many of us received this letter stating that we're ELIGIBLE to win $1,645,000.00 in guaranteed Cash & Prizes . If a million people w…ould send me $20.00 I'd be happy & satisfied. I'd keep a small amount for my dishonest work & send the winner the balance of $1,644,000. (MORE)
Yes, it is. They are typically claiming that they have some funds for you, a lottery or sweepstakes or anything else. And all you have to do is send them a fee for processing. If you do, you'll never hear from them again, or get that check.
Based from a business prospective... probably, but not entirely certain. Awaiting further results from Higgs-Boson testing. I see it as a product of education material on how to make money online by becoming an affiliate. It should/can work. -------------- Typical work-at-home scam. Decep…tive and unethical, uses hacked email accounts to spread the word. Read the comments here and consider carefully before you throw away your money and find yourself locked in an endless stream of charges: http://tinyurl.com/9rqke72 (MORE)
i have burnt my finger many a times. never ever even in your dreams believe these scamers. if a home business was so simple then all the top corporate bosses who are working so hard 24X7 wouldn't be dumb enough to run around all the time. It could be possible. It need a lot more hard work than a co…nventional business and not so easy as they make it seem or it sounds so. ONCE AGAIN WARNING YOU. ! BE CAREFUL AND STEER CLEAR OF THESE SCAMERS. (MORE)
Yes it is a big scam. Just a note: I received an email from a friend telling me to go to the website of Home Revenue System. But this email was a scam itself. My friend never sent me this link.
As far as I can see, it is a legit company. They are a propertydeveloper and finance broker who use the equity in peoples homes toleverage a second mortgage. Using the rent and taking advantage oftax breaks from the investment property, people can own a secondhome without being out of pocket anymore… than they would have beenfor only 1 mortgage. Smart money (MORE)
The Sun's own magnetic field - the star is the largest and most active component of the system.
There are many purposes of using wealth management systems. One of the main purposes is that it incorporates financial planning and advises investment discipline.
What you are referring to is a timocracy, which is a system where only property owners may participate in government. Solon introduced a timocratic constitution in Athens in the early 6th century BC. His was the first known planned form of timocracy. Political rights and responsibilities were alloca…ted according to the income of the citizens, who were divided into four income groups: the Pentacosiomedimni were men who produced 500 bushels of produce per year and could serve as generals in the army; the Hippeis were knights, men who could equip themselves with a war horse, valued at 300 bushels per year; the Zeugitae (tillers) were men who owned of at least one pair of beasts of burden, valued at 200 bushels and could serve as hoplites (infantrymen); the Thetes were the manual labourers and did not take part in the army. In term of rights, the votes of the richer people counted more than those of the poorer people because of their greater contribution to the army and to taxation. The citizens' wealth was evaluated through the census, which for the Greeks was more than an income assessment than a head count. People were put in the different income classes following this assessment. (MORE)
In the 18th century, Adam Smith, seeking to describe economicsystems, effectively coined the forms "feudal government" and"feudal system.