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Post by notorial dissent » Sat Jul 09, 2011 9:25 am

I came across a new one the other day calling itself NERA, or The National Economic Recovery Association. Looks to be be out of Provo, UT. They also have an unfinished website if anyone cares.

As near as I can tell, it is kind of a hybrid scam, based on the free 2nd paycheck scenario, along with some kind of MLM, and home sales or the like thrown in for good measure.

It has all the usual "How would you like...." come ons, and then goes on to shill the conferences they are peddling where you will meet: Gary Cochran - who may or may not be the author of this great opportunity; Kurt Mortenson, "one of America's leading authorities on persuasion"; Lee R Phillips, their "dynamic asset protection specialist"; Mike D Ray, JD, "one of the country's leading business consultants, and author of
Take Your Power Back"; and Phil Ungricht, "international business trainer and co-founder of Ascendancy Training".

If this doesn't sound like an mlm, work from home sales op, I don't know what does.

Any one else have any input on this outfit?
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