Wealth Decree Anonymous

Wealth Decree Anonymous scam Los Angeles, California – I initially sent ten dollars processing and handling for a “free” report which turned out to be nothing more than a booklet on writing ads and selling information by mail. Included was an offer to receive 9 professionally printed reports, marketing materials and reprint rights for $50, which I sent on July 18, 2019. The check wasn’t cleared until August 10th. As of today, 9/12/11, I have received nothing…even though I requested rush handling.

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