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FxCashFlowMachine.com aka CurrencyCashFlowMachine.com

Discussion in 'Forex Signals Services' started by Administrator, May 17, 2011.

  1. Administrator

    Administrator Just Administrator :-)

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  2. FXCO

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    Is anyone going to try this...it's a lot of money to put down if you don't know whether you will really get it back.
     
  3. FXCO

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    I talked to the live chat...you guys may want to read this before buying.


    You are now chatting with 'Dean G.'

    Dean G.: Hello, If you have any questions I would be delighted to assist you.

    Peter: What guarantee is there money will be refunded if not satisfied?

    Dean G.: please read job

    Peter: what does that mean? please read job does not answer my question

    Dean G.: the guarantee states the exact same thing i will tell you

    Peter: Which is...?

    Dean G.: open the account

    Dean G.: and place all trades in a paper account or real

    Dean G.: for 90 days

    Dean G.: if you are not satisfied then

    Dean G.: get a refund

    Dean G.: you can print it out if you would like

    Dean G.: right click

    Dean G.: press print

    Peter: Yes...but since you are not going through Plimus or Clickbank how are we supposed to know a refund will be issued?

    Dean G.: What the hell is that?

    Peter: Plimus and Clickbank are third party vendors...why are you swearing/

    Peter: I asked a fair question

    Dean G.: No we do not use

    Chat session has been terminated by the site operator.
     
  4. MichelAnge21

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    Why would anybody want to join that scam ? That guy has been scamming people for years under many names like Greg Roy. When his predictions fail, he simply change alias and rename his website. That new scam is another offshoot of Wealth Insider Alliance.

    You go to the wealthinsideralliance website and you hear that pompous, name-dropping jackass who pretends to be a living Wall Street legend and blah blah...named John Thomas. He claims he invented the hedge Fund industry all by himself...it s like Gore inventing the internet. I dont know if he s a just a guy who was hired to read the sales pitch or an accomplice.

    If he s so famous, why do you get only his own website and reference to his website when you google him ? There s no John Thomas. He had many other aliases....he needs to change name often leaving a trail of destroyed trading accounts behind him LOL Previous incarnations were myshadowtrader, Stocksonalert etc. And dont ever give them your email: you ll get spammed by a dozen other schemes like Profit Pirate etc

    BTW, if you google the address for Wealth Insider Alliance on their website, it s a lawyers office in Albuquerque. Wise choice: he surely needs a lawyer often.
     
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  5. FXCO

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    Hope not too many ppl give him their money.
     
  6. Romeo

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    I think the conversation alone is enough to convince any normal person that you shouldn't make any kind of business with this company!!!!
    If they don't know what's plimus and what's clickbank, they surely don't know what a refund is as well;)

    MichelAnge did a good digging to confirm this!
     
  7. FXCO

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    Good I am glad I posted my chat with them...happy youre staying away
     

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