Yes I finally thought I found a reputable company but after recieving a sign and CD I’m suddenly now being charged $67.73 for nothing and no agreement to any amount other than the 7.95. I’ve sent back the silly sign and useless CD but in the interim this charge showed up. Please do not fall for this scan. I did until this new charge and have immediately tried to contact by phone all I got was answer service

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  • Mista

    apart from that scam–they will take all the info available in a 99 cent e-book on amazon and re-package it into instructional “modules” that they then try to sell you for between $27-97. Things as simply as “How to Write 5,000 words a day” or “How to make a living as a freelance writer”. Take their instructional topics and search amazon and you will find plenty of books with the same or more info for a fraction of the price.

    Baz Dionysos February 25, 2019 11:33 pm Reply

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