Ethan Vanderbuilt
Scams To Avoid

Infinity Downline Scam? Yes It Is In My Opinion!

The Infinity Downline scam is a pure and simple pyramid scheme where you make direct payments to the person that recruited you with the intention of gaining the privilege to do the same. To remain legal they offer low value, out of date, and Master Resale Rights content to provide the cover for the cash gifting pyramid scheme.
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Better Business Bureau BBB Ratings Are A Scam? Yes They Are In My Opinion!

After reviewing many companies that are clearly scams, I can say that the BBB is not a reliable place to find out if a company is a good company. The BBB has created a system that forces companies to pay because the system is designed to make every single company look bad.
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Robert Kiyosaki Is A Scam? Yes He Is In My Opinion.

Kiyosaki says “the reason you want to have rich friends” is to get inside stock market information that you can make low-risk profits. He ends that discussion with the sentence, “That is what friends are for.” In my opinion, Robert Kiyosaki is a personal development scam artist that has been taking peoples money for years.
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Money & You Class Outline

The personal development courses I consider dangerous are groups run by organisations or individuals who have either non-existent or inappropriate qualifications for what they are doing and effectively are accountable to no one. The courses I worry about particularly are those attempting dramatic changes in short periods of time, such as Landmark Education, EST, Forum, Money and You and Hoffman Process, for they are misusing the psychological techniques allied to hypnosis in order to make the behavioral changes.
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Cash Gifting And You Get Paid Fast Scam? Yes They Are In My Opinion.

Cash gifting is illegal and in some states you can get up to 7 years of jail time for running one of these schemes. You Get Paid Fast is a new form of cash gifting that uses money orders and provides marketing material as a cover for this cash gifting. Don't get caught up in this scheme.
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