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Is Nine Day Money Miracle A Scam?

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YES its a scam !!!!! And I will tell you how I know for sure.About four months ago I
got a letter just like this one,with the same get rich quick B.S. Like this one on my desk
next to me,and I made some calls and found out this was coming from an apartment
building in a small town in Arizona,I even got ahold of the owner of the building and he
did not know what I was talking about,so it had to be a tennent,and I think it goes w/out
saying that if they made that kind of money they would not be renting an apartment
you THINK!!!!! And look at that, this new letter has the same zip code,what a coincidence!
In a nut shell,If they don`t give a phone # and want you to send money to a P.O box,
ITS A SCAM!
If you want a real job on-line making good money go to any job siteand you will find at
least one,but check them out anyway.
See you,suckers
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Thanks guys, I feel so much better I wanted to send money to that address in Ariz.  However I was already getting mail from there for so0me kind of a deal.  My card also had my last name on it.  I don't know any of my relatives that live there.  I've been scammed a few times and one of them was the making copies of some letters buying stamps plus the cost of 100 of letters and sending them off and never got my money back even for the stamps nor my guaranteed money for the cost to get started.  Yep it cost me to learn.  But doesn't it sound good?  Well, doesn't most lies?
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Hi, I got a christmas card from 9 day money miracle and aw schmuck there is no money cash inside the card. What's more is that I see the front envelope said that my last name on it but with a wrong address. I already know there is not even one of related family in any city but my address. I think the letter is pretty much blah with wowie numbers like $100,000 dollars in 30 days.  No, I don't think so.  For my easy thinking, I was like what the heck just like Tom Cruise said in The Risky Business. Lol.   Thanks for your blurt it out in this website I am so glad to double check before I sent out my money to the fraud.  Thanks a million. Ha. :)   Dr. McLovin. Lol
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I received the offer today for this program. It was enclosed in a Christmas card with the return address including my last name and the word family, ie "Smith Family" but from an area where we have absolutely no family so I knew right off it was not personal. I am curious as to what it is. I would like to find a for real on-line business that would allow me to stay home. Low cost, requiring no correspondence with anyone other than on line. I love people but I deal with them all day in my chosen occupation. I love my job but would also enjoy having the freedom to not have to work so many hours. I don't feel like being with others when I leave the workplace.
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Myria
I also received the Christmas Card with my last name also as you stated in the return address. I am losing my home of 21 years, so I must be on several Desperate Lists, because they know people as myself need money sooooo BADLY! I agree it grabs your Wonder of what it is, but usually if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is.

Evy
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Hi, I also got a  Xmas Card from whomever, it had my last name , but no one I know lives there.  I am checking out this so called lots of money in 9 days, right , I don't believe anything anyone sends me thru the mail or e-mail for that matter. I would love to just once get something legitimate I could make a lot of money with. I am so tired of getting scammed. I will not send any money to anyone anymore.
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Yes, I think it is a scam.  The reason is that they didn't even take the time to check their addition.  They show 12 months of cash coming in that totals a certain amount, but when you add it all up it does NOT total what they say!  So don't you think they must be rushing to do something and do not even have time nor money to proof read their flyer!?

Art W.
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Behold, K.T. Alvarado signed this letter received today, 1/20/10, If this sucker hit it big making big bucks, why the hell would he waste his time sending out stupid letters to stupid people who send money in to stupid scams in the first place. People please, try to send all these scammy letters onto your states attorney general and let the government deal with the stupids. I don't know how all these scammy so called companies got ahold of my son's name, but my mailbox is full of this crap and I'm sending them all onto my state's attorney general, the Better Business Bureau,the US Postal Service and FTC. All of these sewer rat scammy deals are only lucrative because of the victims who send in $35.00. They figure that a person wouldn't miss a meesley $35.00, so you won't make a big deal out of it. But if 100 people send in $35 each, it adds up.
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I got the same Christmas card with The 9 Day Money Miracle. I wish people would get a life that try to scam everyone.
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Never heard of it....but if it's promising you a huge return in a short time it more than likely is...
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Are there any real money making opportunities with strictly working on the computer? No talking with anyone or having to leave your chosen place to be????
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I too received this beautiful christmas card---y-e-s--with no name-just an address. What kind of a jerk would use[ yes use] the happy holidays to tempt all of those of us who are"grasping at straws] to get ahead?
By the way--I wanted to believe--to trust, one more time [I have searched for years for the real "thing"
where do we all go from here? Is there any one out there who has an
answer for us??     I am willing to give out my name.
9day money miracle
p.o. Box34210
phoenix az 85067-4210

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