Is AUTOMATIC WEALTH SOLUTION Program By Ryan Jackson The Real Deal Or Is It A Scam?

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Iris Phillips answered
There are many reports on the Internet suggesting that Automatic Wealth Solution (AWS) is a scam. If you type Automatic Wealth Solution into a search engine there are hundreds of results complaining about AWS and Ryan Jackson.
AWS is a work at home system that uses the name Ryan Jackson, and his success in earning $150,000 a year from the system, to promote it. AWS is a course that uses ClickBank, a site that hosts thousands of digital products, and is the payment processor for these items. You pay your money and then you are given a product to promote with a unique tracking link, this ties any referrals to your account. You will only receive money when a referral completes a sale.
For the money you pay you will receive a course explaining how to tap into these referral processes and a web space to advertise your referred products upon. There are other bonuses that are promised and the whole thing costs $49. They will also try to sell you the VIP upgrade option ($197). This pushes the price up and it rises yet further when you sign up for the coaching programme. This coaching programme can cost up to $3,000 and is often delivered by people who have not even signed up for the programme.
There is a way around paying all this, however, and if you just sign up for the programme ($7) and avoid signing up for any upgrades, you will receive some useful information on how you can sell products online. It may be a better option to find a product you want to sell and to set up your own Internet website and avoid this entirely. Having said all this the site appears to not be available anymore.
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First, I want to thank all of you for saving me $49.95, or more I don't have. I almost fell for it. I shamefully admit I have been scammed 2 times before. So I read the fine print now! I also got his email today, and it was a good promotional speech. However, after reading that ALL the names of CNN etc., as well as the testimonials were not the real names, the red flags went up. And I was fortunate enough to find all your great comments. Thank you very much!!!!! Some of you asked for a legal, legit. Way to make a bit of money. So I will tell you one I do for free! I'm a hobby coin collector, and those that are, know the price of silver right now is at an all time high, and supposed to go up more. I just go to the bank and buy rolls of quarters. Small rural areas work best. You can buy quarters at face value and sell them on ebay or craigslist for between 100-200% profit. 1964 quarters are 90% silver & 1965 thru 1969 are 40% silver content, and the rest are worth face value to turn back into the bank. Banks give you free paper wrappers to turn in the ones you don't want back in. I honestly make between 100 -$200 dollars per day, if you spend an 8 hour day doing it. It's not a get rich quick, or mountains of money overnight plan, but it keeps most of the bills paid and is legal to do from your home. If you ask, I will be happy to give you my phone or email. You can check my statement on ebay very easy. I'm not going to ask for a cent to "coach" you!
Thank you all again & have a better day tomorrow!
Tom (ebay name is "4965tom"
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Anonymous commented
Thanks, I will contact you via ebay.
Jeannie John
Jeannie John commented
Hi tom i looked on e-bay for you and couldnt finy you can you send me your e-mail address I would like to try what you do. My e-mail address is [email protected] com. Or if anyone knows how to contact him let me know please
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Anonymous commented
Yes! It sounds great idea! Could I get your e-mail address? Thanks Pauline
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As I can see from the comment above is that the person had the same thing happen as I did. Yes, they claim..Ryan Jackson (which isn't his real name) claims you can be up and running to make money in 15 minutes. I waited all night for an email and finally received my first email in the morning, only after I wrote to them asking...what the?? I checked out the members only website and wow!!!! I took it as far as I could spending approx 5 hours on it going step by step! It is absolutely discouraging, frustrating and when I tried to download what they asked me to...NOTHING would download and some links were no good! One of the first things it tells you is to take advantage of the free consultation. Well....I have been playing phone tag with this person since Monday morning and it is now Wednesday. Funny, yesterday a guy calls me and I am thinking, "finally", and all this guy was is a supposed coach and wants....$3000.00!!! Here's another funny for you! I asked if he is involved in the program...I mean he's a AWS coach right? And he says, no, he has not done the program! What the heck! I said listen buddy, how in the world would you expect me to give you 3000.00 if you don't even know the program?! So many people have lost their jobs, their incomes, their homes and they want 3000.00?! What a joke and how sad, horribly sad is this. People like this are sitting in their mansions watching their computers tell them, another sucker paid for the so-called program. How horrible...what a sceme.
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WOW! Our world is really in serious trouble!! Thanks for posting comments everyone. The one good thing out of this was that I know there are still some good people out there!!! That is very comforting when there are so many wolves! What should we do to help expose these frauds??
I don't want them to make another penny on Innocent folks who are down & out!!  I will gladly spend time exposing them if someone tells me what to do?? So sorry to those who lost $49.99.
Sometimes we want it to be true so badly we don't think it thru and question the authenticity!!
In closing, I want to thank 4965tom for the post about "silver quarters". A legit way to make some hard cold cash that takes some time but is HONEST!!!! Thanks Tom, Dee and all the others who posted.maybe by joining together to fight this AWS "Ryan Jackson" we can save a lot of honest folks the heart ache of losing again!! Turning something BAD into GOOD!!
Please post any other legit ways to make a buck cause that is really helpful!! Thanks again
CB51080-
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Anonymous commented
I thank you too for this as I was just at the point of filing in my credit card info and something told me to type the name in google and check it out first and your comments are what I received and I thank you so much. I have always been leary about putting my credit card online, but am desperate to make some mondy to help my family. I will continue to be leary now and know that none of these get rich and work at home ads are real.
Thank you so much! May God bless you and guide you safely
Anonymous
Anonymous commented
So are y ou saying that Automatic Wealth Solutions is a fraud? I recently bought it a whopping $7 haven't actually started doing anything with it yet because I am a busy single mom of two. Let me know
Anonymous
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You could tell your bank that they are a fraudulant co. Chase said I could do that and get my money back.
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Well they want $8500.00 straight away to have a coach take you through the process.  I paid $37.oo for the basic, then $97. For VIP, then $197.00 for the Automatic Wealth System 2.0.  It starts you out by asking you to call this specific number and not cost for a coach and then, BAM, then want to coach you give you the trade secrets, help you build a website and help you find products to sell.  I think it could be a good thing,, but everyone around me says no, because they want your credit card number first and you only have three days to cancel it with a certified letter mailed with a post mark of the date.  So, I guess I would try it if I had nothing to loose, but I'm trying to get out of debt not back into it.  Plus I would like to be able to live with my hubby and not get evil looks because I lost this amount of money.  I'm willing to try it, but I guess I'll never know.
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I just went through reading the whole AWS website and was actually a little excited - still skeptical so of course googled it with the word scam and guess the next web page I came to? Lol here. Thank you very much! Really irratating that they would flat out lie - saying no hidden costs and then hearing here that you may have to spend over 3k? Are you kidding me? Hope they all get the swine flu lol
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Anonymous commented
Well I just did same thing. Thought try it out. About to make that initial call. When I call if they ask for more money (initial site said no more money to invest) or ask for my card number will just tell them refund my money as I am going to cancel it with my bank. Have been passing up these type offers for past year but just rescently lost my job of 10 years and am desperate. But not stupid-will cancel order if ask for more money or card number.
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Anonymous commented
If this is true that they wont all that money to get a buss .i have a online buss that did make me pay for anny thing
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Well, I just wanted to say that I too ordered AWS ($49.95) and all was well at first. I mean this was my first segway into the internet business world. I was very green but hopeful, as well as ambitious. I can say that the program I got came with a lot of upgrades. It had books to download, tons of products to sell, taped recordings of phone conversations with "gurus". I thought wow, I found the money maker right here. Well I followed the steps and got my website up and then placed a few products from AWS on there. "Ok but then now what" I thought to myself? How do I get people to come to my site? Well that is when I went to call for coaching. The number didn't work. So I said whatever, I'll just go and get all those products and post them to many different sites, at least I can do that much. Well I was given a membership username and password which worked for the time being but then I erased my cookies in order to receive some other offer not related to this product. When I went back to my bookmark of AWS, the site was totally wiped out. So now I have no access to all my products and I thought maybe I could find the member's area again but I ended up here. While to some this is a scam and I would agree, if you were not given a product to work with but if someone showed you how to utilize all those products, this could be a good system. I think what is missing is the caring and concerned part on "Ryan Jackson's" system. Oh yeah, I did manage to download a few of the products and put them on my website. If you want to see what I made out of this system then you can visit my site www.trueincomebuilder.com I hope that was useful to somebody. Thanks,
Jermaine
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What really upsets me is that we...including me..are really hurting right now. I went from being successful to losing my career. I wrote to supposedly...Ryan Jackson and he told me this system is all true. (Now I know that is not his real name..gee wonder why). If I have a system in place to make money and I want others to make money as well then I would have no problem using my name. I am so tired of being used and people telling me what they think I want to hear. I try to believe everyone is good and means well. Maybe that is the SUCKER in me and that's sad.
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Anonymous commented
Dee111- what can the rest of us do to expose these scammers?? You mentioned contacting BBB. Have they responded??? Can we help?? Please post & let us know cause I want them off the internet preying on innocent folks!!Thanks for all your posts but I would really like to undo their huge SCAM operation & stop such wickedness!! What can we do???
CB51080
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Anonymous commented
AWS is a training program that provides consumers with the ability to create websites and market their own business ideals to the world. Corporations paid seven figures to have award winning websites that direct traffic and get consumers to save money. Companies like Ebay, Dell and Amazon make huge profits using the web.

AWS marketing strategy is wrong, but the concept is good. Consumers need to understand the service offering before investing. There is no get rich quick - it takes work.
Anonymous
Anonymous commented
I am in the same boat as you -- worked with the same firm for over 27 years and was let go after a merger (which is good because everyone I know who stayed are miserable). Hang in there, girl.
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Wow, if you look at the banner, it has Esquire, CNN, USA Today, Forbes, Fox News, and BBC on it. What the hell? I realize that the money is made on coaching etc. It just makes sense that it is not made on the low price of the kit. But, this is supposed to be devised to enable those who lost or losing their income become financially stable. How in the world is someone who has lost everything going to pay anything? I lost everything; I don't even have a credit card anymore! If this is all true, it’s very depressing indeed.
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You all are the REAL hard working American!! Thank you so much!! I too almost lowered myself to fall for this B.S...I am proud to have run into such great people...and I hope all of you get a better life in the near future...I will pray that you do....And I'm not even that religious
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I am religious and can tell you the most powerful thing you can do, as a religious person, is pray. So if you are praying, you are on the right track. Glad to see "good" people are on this website.
Anonymous
Anonymous commented
This is to ryan: Hey ryan, can i borrow about five million dollars? I'll pay you back- REALLY
Anonymous
Anonymous commented
How do you go about getting your money back? I feel for this scham and now I'm out much more than 49.95 because as staed above they do ask for more money, like 97.00 for one thing then another 197 for another thing and my credit card has been charged for all this. If there is a way to get my money back I would greatly appreciate someone letting me know.

Thanks to all that have posted. I was about to take the next step of the so called advanced coaching.
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Thanks To You All! I almost spent money I do not have on this thinking that something out there was finally real but I had common sense to do a little research first.
GOD bless each and everyone of you for filling others in. May your lives be changed and your prayers be answered, for you all were kind enough to help your neighbor.
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Underneath the b.s. Marketing strategy, there is a disclaimer of the magazines saying they were not given the right to use  by the above magazines.  And ryan jackson is not his real name because of hiding his  identity. I hope people really read it through all the way down to the tiny writing 'disclaimers'  it is too bad that this is even allowed . Unfortunately people are in desperate ways to earn a living and not reading it through. Nothing in life is that easy, unfortunately.. Good luck to all.
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Tammie Hendon answered
I also was sent an email from this do called Ryan Jackson,I was really going to buy until something in my mind said go check reviews before you click pay!Thank you so much for all the information and saving people like me that can't afford to lose even a penny!Like someone said in a previous review KARMA is a bit**and will bite him in the butt sooner or later!!!! God bless you all for the help!!!!
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As I read the e-mail that I received from Ryan Jackson's Automatic Wealth Solution Program, I figured that it is a scam no question about it.  I have always grown up with the mentality that if something sounds too good to be true that's because it is too good to be true.  I don't fall for those so-called "wealth programs" because I know that they are all scams.
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I got the same email from ryan (not his real name I learned, if you read the fine print)
giving me only hours in order to enroll, my time was up at 11:59 on january 30, 2010 before the promotion ended for the only 17 positions left, I almost run to the bank to make a deposit in order to make the purchase with my card, but before I did that I decided to google him and I got to this website, and it gave it me the answers I needed it, thank you so much for all the info.
And yeah is a rip off.
Clpa05
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Thanks so much for this site.  Like many others, I'm looking for the extra income.  I've had Ryan Jackson's link on my computer for review for several days, not wanting to delete it, and possibly go forward.  The deadline to get the $49.99 passed and when I clicked to go forward I expected the system to tell me that I'd missed the promo window.  Nope, the offer was still there - first red flag.  All the hype is just marketing speech - pretty good though.  Somehow this morning, I found your page.  God bless all of you who responded with such detail.  I feel spared.
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I thank each of you for your comments...I hope it helps you to know you are helpin g all of us who are unsure.. On very limited income.. To not fall for this scam.....what is wrong with everyone trying to take advantage of us....again THANK YOU so much ...I think the Lord will bless you for taking time to help us....
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I just finished listening to Ryan Jackson and reading the information on the website that was sent to me by email. Immediately the old saying popped into my mind "if it is to good to be true then it probably is". One thing I want to point out that makes this smell real fishy is the cost of $49.95 and he says and I quote directly from his website "There are no future payments, no monthly fees and no hidden charges." By reading comments from above I can see this guy is definitely lying.
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Anonymous commented
I have just read the article on viva street, i was going to do it as i trusted it as it said the bbc and the sun newspaper, i wonder if the sun and the bbc can su this man for using their names? Well i thought id google it and found your forum thank god i did, i have started earning money from home as a chat line operator and this is a legit buisness and it is honest pay. May be not thousands a month but defo at least a few hundred a month and the best thing is there is no money to pay out to st
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Well, just another scammer. I don't think there is any way this stuff can be regulated. I have not seen one work at home program that works. I don't mind working, I am not lazy. I have a college degree and am unemployed. I just want to make a little extra money. Is there anyone that is honest anymore. Thanks for the information and if I ever do find something that is legit, I will defiently post it.  Thanks everybody !!
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I received email and read all the way to the bottom I was really feeling good maybe not a scam but wait I will check it out online first so I went to google typed in aws ryan jackson and it brought me to this site. Thanks to all of you who care enough to make others aware of this scam and the billion other scams out there. Best wishes to you all and I do Believe in the Law of Attraction; So Let's All Use It and Benefit. Many Blessings. JB
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Thanks to all for their comments saving me hard earned $$$.  I, too, almost 'fell' for the ASW spiel. I have investigated (and tried a few) other home based business opportunities and they all are cleverly disguised ways to separate decent people from their hard earned money.   I am not lazy.    There has got to be legitimate ways on the internet to earn legitimate supplemental earnings.  Has anyone been blessed enough to find one of these?  If so, would you please share with all of us?
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Okay, I;m a sucker! I want you to refund my paypal payment! Is this how you make all that money you were so smoooothly bragging about? Geeeeze you may be sitting pretty now, but just remember "carma"! How dare you ask for more money from me after I went out on a limb and sent the first payment! You are the wolf and we are the little sheep, right? I don't have money to just throw away, or spend on a thirty minute pep talk! Please send my money back!!!

--- On Mon, 1/18/10, American Employment Agency  wrote:
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You are wright they should take all the scammer out and sh_ _ th_ _
Anonymous
Anonymous commented
I'm sorry you had to go through this. Maybe you can give us an update as to what has happened since. Did you get your money back???
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Indeed...it is a scam.  I just clicked to leave the site and it kept offering to lower the intitial price to, are you ready for this, $7.00!  The voice said, "shhhh, don't tell anyone but this is the friends and family discount".  If it sounds to good to be true, then it is!!!

Still broke!
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Anonymous commented
Yes you are right, if you keep clicking the exit button it will bring you all the way down to 7.00! Amazing isn't it! Scam!! That is what I paid, that is all I could afford to take the risk and thank the lord that is all I was scammed for. I mean that's bad but could you imagine 49.95 plus 200.00 that someone else paid? Read the next post. OMG. How horrible. I am out to expose them to the fullest but I have a sad feeling that they will just change their email addresses.
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I almost payed but I said I would do some looking instead...good thing
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Okay folks, I'm back again. Just trying to give anyone who wants the "real deal" information. Hope you have been following my updates above. Just so you all know, I am the average gal trying to earn a decent living since losing my career. The promises made or let me rephrase, the insinuations of making money are fraudulant. Had my free consultation. They want bet $3500 and $15,000 to walk you into making money! Don't do it! I will find something legit, mark my words! Get your money back.
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Thanks a lot guys...I was this close to paying for the $49.99 nonsense......good thing I researched before investing,.
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Orlando gooch commented
Today i got an e-mail say make money in 15 min and even a fifth grader can do it so i say to myself wow i can do that for a low start up price then that little voice in my head said call your friend in vegas and i forward him the site and in 5 min he sent me this site and told me to just read it and make your choice,wow thank goodness for this site i will live on here until i find a positive money making business unemployment only pays so much and then your back to square one HEEEELP!!
Anonymous
Anonymous commented
Me too. I am VERY glad I researched this before purchasing.
Anonymous
Anonymous commented
Thanks to everyone who has made a comment... I was recently fired for being a whistle blower at my job... I have two learning disabled kids who need their medication and health care... My husband has been unemployed for over to years therfore my income was it.... I was looking to make some money to buy health insurance and medication for my kids... So I saw this ASW add.. I was about to send the last $50 I had hoping that myabe this would be legit, when a voice said google this company and there
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Has anyone turned this guy in to the authorities or contacted the better business bureau.  There are laws you know. 
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When I checked on BBB site, they had no complaints!! But they rated it F based on not getting info they asked for.  Thank  you so much for the info. Please make a complaint. I was seriously considering it and I should know better.
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Shame on all the creators of these so called "wealth producing" programs preying on  the unemployed and desperate.
Thanks for your comments. Glad I checked this out.
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Anonymous commented
Agreed. I am also unemployed. Who else is gonna look into work at home opportunities? (scams, I mean) The prey are the most needy. So sad. So cruel/heartless. Where are the laws/police when you need them?
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Thanks for letting me know this is a scam.  I got an email from Ryan Jackson and thought I would look into his program before sending any $$$.  Thanks again
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Boy oh boy... I was just about to click "submit payment' when  little voice said check this out first. Thank you for this web site. You saved me from myself!!! Just remember...if it looks too good to be true IT IS!!!!
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Well, It looks like it works! FOR RYAN! Or whatever his or her real name is!
I hope he gets, what he deserves!
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Thank you so much to all of of you for saving me from this new scam shame on that person!!!! Don't despair and keep trying I'm sure we will find that much needed job!
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Thank you sooo much for taking the time to inform us of this nonsense!!!! You will be blessed :)
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Nothing in life is easy.  I just checked this site after reading AWS down to the fine points.  Thanks a million!
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Listen folks, I filed with the BBB a week ago. I am waiting to hear back from them. These people have to stop taking from good people! FYI it is not just Ryan Jackson (false name), it is others who are involved in the scam as well. I can list on here a name of someone who Iv'e spoken with through emails that is acting on behalf of Ryan Jackson. I asked the coach, what happened to making money in 15 min!!! I will keep you all updated. Thank the lord for this site!
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I thi nk its a scam I keep hitting refresh and the start up cost keeps going down and down I got it all the way down to 7 dollars but I still don't trust it.
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When I was checking out the web site (AWS) each time I tryed to exit the price kept dropping all the way down to $7.00  I still left!!!!!! LOL
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Anytime I see situations like this one, I become more and more disappointed in people. How do these people sleep at night thinking it's ok to prey on folks that are looking for honest ways to make a living. Everyone is entitled to try and make an honest living and to strive for a happier and more productive life style. I'm posting this to give people a real opportunity to make an honest living. The difference is I'm not selling anything. I just embarked on a business venture that is real and honest and full of hard work. I recently started purchasing storage units at auction. If you really want a seriously honest way to earn a buck this is a fun way to do it. If you like treasure hunting, auctioneers, down to earth people, investigative work, and some good ole hard work, then this business is for you. This business is worth all the hard work in the end and you"ll get out what you put in. The start up amount is around $800.00 to $1200.00. This amount includes renting a storage unit of your own to move all the stuff you purchased in the auction, assuming you don't have a place to store things after you buy them. This also includes the amount of two small to medium sized units you purchase during auction. My honest advice is to do at least one month of research about the specifics and then go to a few local auctions (without purchasing) to see how the process works. NOTE: Ask plenty of Questions while at auction!!!!!  Good Luck to all us honest people!!!
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Hey everyone, before you pass judgement on gifting, I make a heck of a lot of money gifting when I was in Baltimore.  The problem is that people got greedy and the money got ridiculous; therefore, the Attorney General's office and the IRS got wind of it.  You see, it is perfectly legal to gift up to $10,000 per year to anyone without being taxed or the receiver being taxed.    There was too much money being passed around and no taxes being paid.  Heck, for some people, this was a full time job and they were not paying taxes.

I honestly think that if there was a way to start up a gifting program and attach a form 1099 with every gift, this would be an awesome program.  It is done on matrix  where each person at the bottom the board have to send the person a certain gift amount.  That person would then be considered as "gifted out" on that board and may get out or move on to the bottom of the next matrix.

I quit years ago because I did not want to go to jail.  Again, if we all could think of a way to make sure that the IRS were aware of the gifts, there would be nothing that they could do about it and it would be legal, and powerful.  The gifts could be small at first and then as one received gifts, they could now move up the a matrix that required a higher gift amount.  I just want to throw this out there because I have always thought about it.
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I have to repeatedly remind myself of what I regard as the signs of a scam:  A seductive, boastful offer with a following ad nauseam format of  1/ First let me tell you my story of rags to riches;   2/ Imagine the new life you will have, including an elite mansion along with expensive car, and maybe a yacht - or at least seasonal Caribbean cruises;  3/ pictures of his family demonstrating his idea of "The American dream";  3/  rehashes on and on;  4/ eventually a sketchy, insufficient version of the nuts and bolts that one has expended much time and patience to reach, and does need to know to arrive at an informed decision;  5/ the barbed hook, i.e.,"order now"; and 6/, the final alert for me is when I disgustedly discover the double bind choice I've arrived at,  "press here to stay on this page", or "press here to continue" = "now i've got you - you can't get out of this deal!".  Except, of course by tiresomely disconnecting completely from the internet to escape.  The forgoing makes it too hard for me to believe that the author is anything more than a  dupe of some nondescript advertising company he paid put that garbage together for him/her, and is neither enterprising and creative, nor trustworthy.    I'm now angry with myself for wasting the time it took to read his stuff.  I should have stuck with my intended rule of always checking out such wonder offers on the internet.  Well, come the next one I'll do that first.    Hack  competence, let alone the original ideas that his is touting  assurances it's still OK if you are a moron, because we provide help
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Thanks to everyone who share their experiences!
The really sad thing to me is that if someone could come up with a legitimate way of making a few extra bucks that actually in all honesty works and only charge a simple processing fee they would make way more money.  Word of mouth can make you or break you.  Personally, I'm not looking for a 'get rich' over night type of deal.  If I could find something that would make me even an extra 20 or 30 grand a year, I would be ecstatic and willing to pay 50bucks for the info.  Heck, I would even be willing to pay 50bucks A YEAR to stay connected and up-to-date on the latest and greatest developments that they may offer.  
I am lucky that I have a career that I love, just with the crummy economy I'm not making nearly the same amount of money I was a few years ago.  If I could make up the difference, it would be worth the few bucks, the time and the effort.
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Unfortunately, I did not check out this site before submitting the $37.00 payment.  I accidently clicked 6 times and was charged 6 times on my checking account for the one payment.  I immediately contacted the Customer Service # and told them of the mistake I made and was assured that only two payments would be charged and I would be refunded the other accidently charged $37.00.  This did not happen I was in fact charged for (6) six $37.00 charges and have been going through a living hell trying to have the 5 charges replaced.
I am going to have to contact the BBB and District Attorney's office regarding this matter.
The manager of Customer Service has contacted me assuring me the matter would be resolved but nothing has happened in two weeks.  I have not even gone through the so called steps recommended to start the program and at this point feel the whole thing is a scam because of the way they are handling my situation.  My account was "overdrawn" because of these withdrawals.  No one seems to care When I have asked to speak to someone other than Customer Service I was told they could not give me that information
I definitely not recommend this Company to do business with.
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I am sick of these scammers!! This is the 3rd time that I get excited and decide to check the company out before I spend what little we have. Ive looked into Online Business Systems, Blackbelt Profit Systems and now Automatic Wealth Solution. Luckily I am to broke to be able to buy into these scams. I am a trusting person and I thank you all for telling your stories because if it weren't for you a lot more people would be out of money. I'm sorry for what happened to those who lost out. But keep you faith up and keep praying. With God you can do all things. I know it sounds crazy but we our 3 months behind on our electric bill and it was due to be turned off on the 21st. I have been praying and a miracle. My 2 boys are sleeping and we have heat. So keep your head up.
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I jumped into several programs last year and lost money. When I became unemployed this year I decided to try making money on Internet, I know it is out there. My rule of thumb is if they want money up front it is mostly likely a scam. But I almost fell for the Ryan Jackson program, but I ended up here. And just like I knew deep down, it sounds like a scam. But I do want to share with you all a place that seems real. I can’t confirm yet because I just ran across it. They pay you for writin
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I was going to spend the $97 to buy this program tonight. It said that I could use my paypal account to do it but when I went to buy it paypal wasnt an option. After reading the comments here I guess that is a good thing. I found this site when trying to google Ryan Jackson to find an email address or phone number to contact them about the payment options. Thanks to all of you for posting here I greatly appreciate your comments. :)
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Has anyone who made the mistake to pay the 49.99, and then immediately
sent an email to cancel the deal, and want your money back ... Has anyone
actually received that money back ?!?  That just happened to me ... Today !!!

They won't even return my call, nor send an email !!!!!
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Oh no! Did you even get a reply from them?? Please let us know what has transpired since asking for your money back....
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I did the same thing. I wish I had researched first. I did send a e-mail to cancel the order.No return response so far.
Shelby49
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I'm in debt up to my knees, I really thought that this would work, they havent gotten back to me about how to even start and I'm pissed that ive been a du-oped. Some of the numbers don't even work and the email addy they tell me to link into doesnt even go thru. Ive been trying to get into it, but instead THIS! PAGE appeared. Thank goodness!!!, and thank God I didnt go any further into paying for VIP. They're not even a 24hour call center for people who live in hawaii. How do they even sleep at night knowing that the people they are ripping off are the people who are in need especially in this economy. Thanks everyone for commenting hopefully others are lucky like I am to have this page POP up.
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I too almost became a victim of this well-designed scam. I literally had my credit card on my desk to enter the information when my gut just kept churning, so I decided I would check it out. I told my son about the program and he said, "Mom, come on now, you've always told us (he & his siblings) if it's too good to be true then it usually is. Thanks for all of your research and I am so glad I was directed to this website through the Google search I performed.God is always in place.
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Yes. It is a scam, I was dump enough to put $97.00 into it. Months ago and I am still waiting to hear something from them. I think some of us just want to believe in some kind chance to get a work from home job that we sometimes believe the wrong people. I sure did.
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Dee states he/she is ready to be homeless - I can't see why ANYONE should be homeless or hungry, yet 49 million are on the verge of hunger here in America.  There should have been two addends in our Bill of Rights - everyone have food; everyone not have to sleep on a sidewalk or under a bridge.  I think real richness comes from helping others, so am thinking of running for office to help out this situation - as someone said, Karma hopefully will come to Ryan Jackson, but Jeannie Jackson is going to see what she can do to continue making the world a better place - Yesterday the SAints came marching in, I feel it's time the Saints also march into political office.
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Wish I'd found you all BEFORE my 17.00 dollar tuition cost. W anted to believe. We don't have to take the position of victim anymore. There are some very intelligent people on this site. I wonder what WE could do for ourselves if WE put together a mutually beneficial plan to make money. I'D LOVE TO HEAR SOME THOUGHTS ON THAT. N o more looking for some one else to make a way for me. Let's make a way for OURSELVES! Love you all
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I also looked into this program!  You know the old saying, "if it looks to good to be true, it usually is."  I actually tried to Google "Ryan Jackson"  and it said the web page was unavailable.  I also tried to read the "terms and conditions" , that was also unavailable!  I am so glad I looked into this a little more and found all of you!  It really is a sad, sad thing that these people are doing.
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I signed up for it but after realizing that it wasn't something that I wanted to do, I called and got my money back. It was that easy it showed up today the same day I called. If you fall for this, just call and say that you want your money back, don't email call you'll get your money back hopefully you only paid the 'start up fee' I spent $37 and got every dime back no questions asked. Hope this helps!
Chelsea
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Absolute wealth Solution is a absolute scam.  They set their guarantee which is a lie.  They take your money.  You even talk with one of their consultants and they let you know you do not have the financial means for their program, you ask for a refund, of course you get no response.  I hope other people check them out first instead of later as I did.  I made the mistake and now I am doing my best to deal with it.  I guess in this world these days you can not count on your fellow man...
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People if you want a proven home based business way that isn't a scam you only need to go check out the amway business model! Seriously if your sick of your dead end job and you want to work from home or make a second income and not get scammed by ryan jackson and his soulless friends it your only option! Peace
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Amway is a pyramid scheme -- the only ones making real money are the ones at the top of the pyramid.
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That is difficult to answer.  The goal is good, but the results are inflated.  The web has proven to be a potentially profitable arena for those businesses that took a chance.  Companies pay six figures to have user friendly websites that market their products and allow customers to pay online.  $49.99 for access to similar information isn't all bad, but the average consumer will not know what to do with the information or how to make it work.
 
This creates the problem.  The name is seriously misleading.  If you already have a business and want to take advantage of reaching more consumers, the web is a great solution. 
 
In my opinions, consumers need to ask more questions before any investment is made and find out what it takes to actually reap a return.
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I Too , bought the course , and only paid $ 37.00 of course I've not made the call because that's BS but I'm Happy with the material . The video training are great and I think info is very important and the videos cost that money so I'm happy., those video are great and are  teaching me a lot , because I'm just like yourself a newbie . What I do what those materials is up to me but I'm learning something new, that I did not know before,  learning has a price but been fool around that's not . Do not pay anything more.
Good luck
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Well I keep reading how people spent and then didnt want to spend again. Guess what.... I got 2.0 for free. Just keep saying no and it will upgrade you for free. And there is way to much material to be a scam. It doesnt look as easy as he says upfront.... But its real.
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I cannot thank you enough for the warning of this scam I am forever grateful for honest people. It makes me still believe there is hope in the world. Needing to support my widowed daughter and 3 grand kids, my senior mom and dad and my own household I need all the honesty I can get. Others have made recommendations so hopefully this may help. All anyone can ask is take a look...no promises. Www.give1get4.net Code:749463

Again, God bless and thank you for being there.
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There is NO, repeat NO such thing as easy money that is legit. To make some money online takes time and work and the best way to try is to do " the thirty day challenge ". Everything there is FREE ... All the training you ever need to start an online business BUT IT TAKES WORK. Just put " 30dc " into your browser.
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Hi, I have just ended up purchasing this, just as I did, I regretted it. I have now asked them for a refund, so I'll see in the next 24hrs, if I don't get a reply I will can my credit card company.
I knew I should of googled it first.
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I payed the initial $37 but then when they wanted an additional $97 I thought to myself that something was up. Then the domain thing another 95 or something. The reason I was interested is because I need money! I don't want to be forking out all iv got left just to be scammed. So I haven't paid any more. Is there some way to get my $37 back?
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Dear Ryan, I signed up for the AWS the other day 1/29/10 $49.99 and actually ran to the bank, because I didn't have enough money in my account and made a deposit so I could get with the program.I ran back home and gave my account number to get started only to find out that in order to continue another $200 was required, which I do not have at this time, so I'm stuck, where do I go from here?
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Did you pay the 49.95? If so, did you ask for the money back and if so, did you get a reply?
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I do know my self there is so many of them that are real scams and I would think if it is as good as they state it is why the short time frame to cancel ?  Also I would think a person would want to check them out BBB and get references of possible of persons who are doing what they are selling.  Always remember  that Latin  '"Caveat Emptor"  Buyer be ware
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BEWARE!!!  RED FLAG ON  (MODIFICATION OF THESE TERMS OF USE)

It says  AWS reserves the right to change,add or remove the terms,conditions,and notices.
  (INCLUDING THE CHARGES)

WHAT THE HELL KIND OF CONTRACT IS THAT!!!   don't DO IT
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Wow. That's a lot of good info from everyone. I too considered doing it, but decided to "google" it 1st. Funny thing is when you 1st try to x out of the ad, a pop-up comes on asking you to stay and get the 49.99 deal for 37.00. Then you click cancel, and then x out again and a popup comes up offering it for 17.00. You do this one more time and it offers it to you for 7.00. I was thinking, oh my god, come on, this is starting to sound retarded and apparently I was right.
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Oh wow!  I just read the email invitation to me about this AWS and it looked and sounded so real and honest!  I was about ready to sign up but I had to take my children to school.  Driving back to my home I just thought of searching more information and googled AWS and this is what I read...your comments!  I knew it!  I should have known better.... I already learned before but it seems like I was attracted with this one because of me trying to really live freely.  I am already working from home but I thought there would be better... Well, I appreciate you guys sharing your personal experiences.   Thank you for saving me from a scam...
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I paid the 7.00 dollars for this crap.I really wondered about it when they wanted 49.00 to open a clicbank account then they wanted money for a domain name.I also got leary of it when there is the same info over and over.The book they wanted me to down load was the same info that was on the web site???How would that help me when I can look at the web site and not down load the book
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I just paid the $49.00 & the &200.00....some guy said he would call me at 8:15 pm tonight. Luckly I know all this already, that way when he calls I can let him in. He needs to know that were not stupid. We just had faith...geez!
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PLEASE tell us what has transpired since this "guy" who would be the "Coach" called you.
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Thank you all for sharing your experiences with "Ryan Jackson" AWS...
You have literally saved me...
I'm just a poor mother of 2 who don't even have a credit card.
As I was reading Ryan's e-mail, I was thinking hard on borrowing someone's credit.
Thank God I found you guys, and realise this scam before I fall deeper in my finance problem. I am so sorry that some of you have lost your hard earned money on this scam, may God bless you in return. The rainbow is seen after the rain, not on a sunny day.

May God bless us all
Ruth

Ruth
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WOW! Ryan REALLY puts on a good show!  If he is so wealthy, why does he need to "soak" so many people who REALLY need a "hand up"?  
I have looked into and seen sooo many of this kind of "offers" in the past and am always skeptical. I ALWAYS check them out first by looking in places like Dogpile and other scam reporting sites.
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HELLO EVERYONE, Time for the real expose on AWS....guess what? This is nothing more than a "gifting" scheme. They call you a coach because you will coach others to the concept of "gifting" or sending money to your "coach". When you become a coach, (after you send money to your coach), then you will coach others to become coaches after they send you the big$$$. And on it goes...Quite ingenious. They want you to have a website because that enables you to attract others to send money to you, the coach and you will help them get a website so they become coaches after they rec' their intitial $3000 -4,500. Just look up "gifting" if you want to learn more. This is just packaged a little different...I'm not passing judgement on gifting, you make the call!
FRB Colorado
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I was watching their video and about ready to send my 49.99 in when I switched to this site. Thanks for being there! This AWS has the same smell as the AFI (Auctions for income) They got my 49.99. If someone could make these sites pop-up on the scammers sites, it would stop the theives!
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The Rich Jerk for FREE!!!!  Only $9.95 LOL
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RJ is a ripoff too!- after the 9.95, u still have to pay 200 for website,then they want 1000's for "coaching " you through the rest of the process
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Please notice the....LOL...., he's joking. Free dosen't cost $9.95.
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Hey Gang I Have a Question For You
Ive been Recovering From Lung Cancer And A Brain Stroke
Some How After I Sent Away For The Info
I Have Been Useing a Black Screen To See Better
And Poof Ive Been upgradged Too 2.0
Hell I don't Even Have any Money To Setup The Sites
Now I'm Really Scared On What To Do Here
I can't Get No One In Service To Walk Me Through This Stuff
So I Can Say I'm Stiffed Bad ? Or Am I ?
I'm Freakin Broke What Should I Do Been 2 Weeks Now
Ps They Said I Can Not Get My $ 197 Dollors Back Upon a Call Within 24 Hours
To Them I think Clickbank Tried To Get Into My Account But Its Broke
No $$$ Not a Dollor Am Worried My Monthly income Will Be Touched
Should I Cancel My Bank Card ?
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I believe they are a scam!!! I ordered this so called money maker on 2/9/2010 and needless to say it did not do anything it promised!!! I requested my refund they said they processed it on 3/1/2010....til this day I never received my refund of the $97.00, the $197.00, or the $49.99!!!! What am I to do? That is over $300 lost...I should have known better....oh here is the phone number I have for them...1-866-599-9344...You can try to get your money back but they are going to give you the run around....
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If you are looking for the real deal.  We are a small company helping families get out of debt and helping them make additional income.  Our program is the top in the industry with zero complaints filed against us in 5 years.  No one else in the industry has that record.  It does take time and work to be successful, but you do have great support.  Check out the web page www.lebamerica.com.  You can see everything that we are doing.  Our whole system is illustrated.  Check it out at www.lebamerica.com.  Complete the more information and we can talk.
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Hmmm.....getting people out of debt. How much does that cost? Problem that I have seen with these companies, and excuse me if you are not one of them, but they all ask for money upfront. I fell into it about 6 years ago and paid 450.00 to start clearing my credit report and them supposedly writing to my CC companies. Guess what? I paid and got nothing in return. Now I would be interested to know about how to make additional income with you. Let me go check out lebamerica. Be right back.
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"Lifestyle Equity Builder" System is a customized program and results vary among clients. For clients who qualify, and whose income is greater than their expenses, and who follow our program, the Lifestyle Equity Builder S.M.A.R.T. System is guaranteed to work or your money back.

What if we have no income right now or barely any income. I don't think the system will work.
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Just because of hard times, don't let your deal go down.  Think about whatever you can do to network with people you know (or get away from people you know, if that's the problem).
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Hi there, it looks to good to be true so I decide not to use my credit card but I was looking for the true, later .
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Wow, glad I came here, I had my card info entered and ready to push the payment button and decided maybe I should try and get some info before I made a payment, luckily for me I did.
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Wow, I had my card in and ready to go but decided to check it out first, good thing I did or I would of been out of some money
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I just finished listening to "Ryan Jackson's" e-mail message. I decided to google "Automatic
wealth Solutions", thank the Lord I did and for all of your comments. I know I am not alone in a search to make legal and honest money. May God bless you all !
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I would like to know if this is a legal legitimate business from home opportunity with a $97.00 one time payment and a $100 instant rebate? Thank you
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THANK YOU! For letting me know that this is really a scam.  You saved me not only money but time and both are extremely precious.  Thank you again for everyone's comments.
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If you are looking for "working at home" and it is real not a scam. I'm been through couple of the scam but this one is real. All you need to do is sign up for free, cost you nothing at all and just recruit people under you. You can even make yourself look younger, healthier and beauty with their products, too. Here is the website: Ultimatenuskin.nsedreams.com
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Well, if he is calling himself " the rich jerk ", maybe the/ his program is a jerk too?
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Thanks I just got an email to my phone but havent had time to do it plus I think he called me
I will not go any further with this program
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Thanks to this site I have saved my hard earned money that I was going to give to AWS.
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I would like a full refund to my account asap thanks. This is not for me.
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