BALLS!!!

I love when people have balls. No, this is not a porn posting, but damn this one cracks me up.

I spent time the other night listening to some video on a site talking about how honest they were and how their product did exactly what it was supposed to do and you know for a bit it had me interested and I thought, you know this is the most intriguing, honest sounding video for a product/service that I have heard in a long time, and finally they had me hooked and out came the credit card to purchase their product...

And once that initial "full payment for our product is just $49.00" was paid...


OUT CAME THE BULLSHIT!!!

Classic Bait & Switch.


http://live.moneyformula.com is the website. Steer as far away from this as you can. Do NOT purchase this after watching their video and getting roped in because when you do purchase that initial thing and get ready to get your membership access to their site, you'll find out that
you're going to need to pay a whole lot more money than $49.00 to make anything and of course even then, only your own work methods will provide any sorts of results and basically you're out of $49.00.

Now, the BALLS part comes into play when after threatening them with taking them to the FTC, calling in some favors with the IRS, they said they've processed my refund. I contacted my Bank and let them know about this asking them to reverse the payment back because these guys are a bunch of crooks.

Today I get a note back from their "support people" - basically some hack answering the Zendesk emails and not very quickly who says to me:

"We had successfully processed your refund of 49 USD. You will get your money back in 2-3 business days. Once you have money into your account, do not forget to give us good ratings of our support. 
Thanks"

I'm sorry, did I actually read that right? You've processed my request for a refund after I threatened to take you to the cleaners through legal methods and prior to giving me that refund you offered to increase my membership to Premium and give me everything for free for me to keep my yap shut??

Oh no that's just not right on so many levels.

When you are in Internet Marketing, if your product does not deliver what you say in your video, or what you promise in your video, you're breaking the law and you need to know that someone will out your butt so that others don't get screwed.

This is why I suggest to others go watch the video, but don't get caught, swept up into the bullshit upsell after upsell after upsell, I recall at least 3 that offered to create websites for me for $197.00 at least, and then other for $297 and pretty soon I'd have been out close to a grand and "no guarantees of income". Really??? But according to your video, all I need to do is to pay you just $49.00, I'll get my account access and in minutes money will be flowing into my bank account.

Do the words FUCK YOU mean anything? I call bullshit exactly that and this is one prime reason people have a bad taste in their mouths about Internet Marketing and those of us who make an honest living doing it. Losers like this one putting out well shot, well presented videos although the mirrored face shots were a bit tacky, still the audio was engaging, the text engaging so the baiting was well done. It's the switch part that was not right and so everyone should know that this person who says his name is Bruce Walker, a father, his son who is claimed to have leukemia...PLEASE don't put your kids into this type of scam as it's just LOW. So low that you have no idea the karma that you're opening up to come your way and MONEY is NOT EVERYTHING.

Now, for anyone reading my postings...my language can be harsh, direct, revealing. I'd apologize for that but it would defeat the mission that I am on here in this time and space and that is to share without filter that which comes forward. When people are directly deceiving others it's out of integrity and many should know of this so that they can avoid being bilked out of their hard earned money.

I hope the information in here is helpful to those trying to avoid yet another 'get rich quick' scheme because that's exactly what this one is, plain and simple.

Best regards,

Michael Murdock, CEO
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