Some people on this board have insinuated my business is a scam, and have even gone so far as to flat out state that to others on these boards considering it. Some have asked me to furnish income claims to validate my business. I don't see the purpose of this, because if the allegations were true... I could say anything couldn't I?
I thought rather than hear from me, why not hear from Steve, one of the gentleman that I personally
"scammed" into one of my businesses on August 15th, 2009.
Why not listen to what he has to say?
2 years ago, during the period of peak oil & gas prices, I was contacted by a gentleman named Steve, from Michigan who had stumbled across my website and wanted to discover more about possibly marketing the fuel catalyst. We spoke at length, I asked him what he was looking for in a business, and what his goals were etc., After all was said and done, I suggested that based on the market timing, as well as his specific goals, perhaps my fuel catalyst business was not a suitable vehicle for him to achieve his particular goals. He was quite surprised by that, as well as pleased that I would be so honest with him. As a result, he thanked me for my time, and he invited me to keep in touch with him, and to definitely contact him if I came across something that could be a better fit for him.
1 year later, as we were launching TamPogo, I contacted Steve to tell him about what we were creating, and invited him to evaluate what we had, and catch the vision. After doing his due diligence for about a month, he decided to join me in my business.
It's been a year since Steve has joined me, and every couple months, he sends me an email thanking me profusely for having shared this wonderful business with him. He's built an incredible team, that continues to grow by leaps & bounds, and he's having a ball. I am absolutely thrilled by his success. He has quickly risen to the top, qualified for just about every additional bonus we offer (except one), and earned himself a position on the President's Advisory Committee.
Listen to what he has to say about this business 1 year later.
Does this sound like a man who was taken in by a scammer, ...or does he sound like one very happy camper?
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