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    I got a make money offer from 21K Club in St Croix Falls, WI - is this legit?

    0  Views: 3072 Answers: 5 Posted: 2 years ago
    Colleen
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    AKAQA DOES NOT PROMOTE OR BACK ANY MONEY MAKING SCHEMES OR SCAMS. PEOPLE ACCEPT THEIR OWN RESPONSIBILITY WHEN ENTERING INTO ONE OF THESE SCAMS. ANY ORG THAT OFFERS MONEY FOR DOING LITTLE TO NOTHING IS A SCAM. BELIEVE THAT! THIS 21K CLUB IS ALL ABOUT STEALING FROM OTHERS WHILE OTHERS STEAL FROM YOU.

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    Dude, when a business comes after you, they are a scam. You'll lose your money.

    i got one  of those also. cheap to try. so i left it out at work and nite clean up trashed it. could you give me the phone number and address of it? i thought it would be worth a shot.

    JennyLee1034
    Night Clean Up did you a favor. I don't know what was on your envelope from them but mine was postmarked from a Tampa processing center and it went through St. Petersburg Florida. Be very careful. I wouldn't give them a penny. Look for a better opportunity my friend. This seems very shady.

    I'm loving it so far.. Let me first start off by saying I'm a retired vet and my money is real tight! So this was a BIG Gamble for me. I was one of the "original members" and it has done wonders for me! Off of my mailing of 500 letters i had a "2% conversion rate" - getting 10 sales. Nothing to get me really excited about at first. But out of those 10 people 2 of them did a mailing of 10 packs of letters with the rest of them ranging between 1 - 3 packs. So, total I had over 3800 letters go out with me on position 2 with me making my money back WAY over my investment. Now, the rest is all profit - and I'm mailing out still. Another cool thing the 21k club does is when my "downline" re-mails I stay on the position below them and continue to collect off their marketing efforts. I am really blessed that one of these mail box businesses I've been doing for over 7 years has actually worked out. I have spoken to the office multiple times now and really like what they have going on.

    Colleen
    Moderator
    You sound like a paid talking advertisement or the owner of the scam. Even your e-mail address tell the truth about you "maxprofitplan@ xxxxx.com" Please do not promote scams on this site.
    pearlharborpilot
    Not promoting Ms Colleen. Just sharing my experience with this.
    -Rex
    Colleen
    Moderator
    I do not believe you and no one should take you seriously, Mr. Max profit plan, scammer.

    I received this same cheap, cheesy offer. The best part of the letters is stated, "We will forward each and every one of your payments to you." Seriously, why do you need your money forwarded to you. Why cant it come directly to you. They have your address because they sent you the offer. So other participants aren't capable of sending you your money? I would stay far away from this one. You'll probably never see a dime.

    pearlharborpilot
    I spoke with a rep from the 21k club and the reason why they have the checks go to their office first is so they can make sure the person that is signing up really sends you the money, and not just paying the fees to have the letters go out and the "processing position"... I had the same feeling at first until I spoke with them letting me know it's impossible to cash a 3rd party check or money order due to the "terrorist act" in place. I took the leap of faith and it worked out for me big time!! I have made back my money time 178% which i think is incredible due to 99.9% of these type of things are scams. I'm a retired vet and live off social security so this is truly a god send!

    I had a friend just like that, Dum and no Faith. All Business comes after you its call advertisement!


    I went for it, whats $200 bucks. So I eat Beans and Rice for the next 2 months I've lived on less!


    If someone is willing to risk his Karma to steal a few bucks, Then He needed the money more then I did !


    Have a Little Faith, God Won't Put You Through More Then You Can Handle !!!  

    Colleen
    Moderator
    Wow. No wonder you're poor. Don't blame God for scam artists. When people do not listen to God then they end up with more than they can handle. If someone is willing to risk their karma for 200 bucks, then they deserve the bad karma they get back 10 fold. This should tell you God does not agree with your philosophy that they needed the money more than the people they stole from.
    Right now I'm having a little faith that you are not so dumb and faithful next time. Do not do stupid things then blame God for doing them like you've done here. It's not God's fault you did something stupid. He's looking at you saying, I created you to be smarter than that. Wise up and stop giving bad advise.

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