Wealth Rock

Wealth Rock James Simth co*** Scam Alert*** – they will prey upon your weakness/greed – they use God and kindness to get you Draper, Utah – I, like a lot of people, am finding it harder and harder to get by in this economy. That is why this type of scam works so well; when I went to a Financial success summit I was more than eager to buy the snake oil they were selling. Guess it just proves the old saying that a sucker is born every minute, guess that includes me. I just wanted to post somewhere to let the buyer beware and hopefull keep someone else from making the biggest mistake of their financial lives and giving this group of con men you hard earned money. They are selling a dream and giving nothing – some old worn out information that has been around for 30 years and not only that – a lot of it can not even be done anymore because of new banking laws – but they are still putting out the information in the simanar as if it can. Don’t be drugg in by their scam of making tons of money and then giving to charties, it is like a diet pill that works for one person and not for the other 300 people who try it.

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