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Colonel_Buck
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fox79.com only

Postby Colonel_Buck » Sun Jan 27, 2013 1:07 am

Anybody ever hear of fox79.com? Looks like a scam to me. Talking about huge monthly incomes just for doing something on your home computer ...
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Re: fox79.com only

Postby AndyK » Sun Jan 27, 2013 3:15 am

Interesting.

I live in suburban Hilton Head. There is no "Kelly Richards" listed in the local phone directory and my sources also reveal that there's no unlisted "Kelly Richards" either.

One additional thing: It seems that the promoters put much more work into their (12 page) disclaimer and Terms And Conditions documents than they did into their actual product.

The site is a Hoover: it makes a great deal of noise while suctioning money out of pockets
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Re: fox79.com only

Postby GlimDropper » Thu Feb 07, 2013 8:56 pm

"Kelly Richards" lives very close to everyone in the USA, for Andy it's Hilton Head, the website reads your IP info to moves her to a town very near you. It's an old trick, back in 2010 the BBB did a story on Kelly and her fake news websites. Two years ago she was selling the Blackbelt Profit System for Enado Media out of Florida, these days she's selling Profit Web System for Online Profits Masters out of West Jordan Utah.

Here's the deal, they sell you some crappy online marketing books and probably a website for about a hundred bucks with a 30 refund guarantee and spend the next month trying to upsell you. It's (yet another) shady Utah boiler room operation and if they can't upsell you at least they'll string you along past the 30 days (from order, not delivery). Once they get too much negative pub they'll change names, P.O. box and phone numbers and "Kelly Richards" will start making $6,000-$8,000 a month selling a "new" program for a "new" company. The BBB file for OPM is a bit over a year old and has near 100 complaints, it's safe to assume they're already running the same scam with a new name by now and are just running through preprinted inventory with the OPM letterhead.


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