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  • 05-29-2010, 06:56 PM
    meyermw

    Re: KC Magnum The Million Dollar Matrix scam

    Thank you very much I saw some of the red flags but always inquire here if I can't find it here. I also was not able find to much doing Google search, other than leading to the their main site.

    Is there anything out there that really can bring in some steady money. In the past 3 months have probably looked at 40 plus different opportunities and with the post from all of you and just a little research in the Internet they have all been scams.

    I'm not looking to get rich or anything like that maybe $200 or $300 a week maybe even less but I can't even find anything honest that isn't out to rip me off.

    Thanks

    Michael



    Quote Originally Posted by ProfHenryHiggins View Post
    In addition to the major red flags of "million" and "matrix", there's another serious concern buried in their website.

    The postal address and phone number of those of Platinum Acquisitions Inc in Indiana, an outfit that has been backing one shady scheme after another for years. Google this phone number, 800-216-7461, and see what pops up.

    On a quick run through, I saw:
    Global Solutions Group
    The Mystery Millionaire
    Deeds4dollars
    Instant Property Profits
    Tax Liens Direct
    Milionaire Entourage
    The 55 Million Dollar Secret
    and a lot of real estate sites with names that would make an infomercial spokesman blush.


    And, of course, this older thread:
    http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=9845
  • 05-29-2010, 05:55 PM
    ProfHenryHiggins

    Re: KC Magnum The Million Dollar Matrix scam

    In addition to the major red flags of "million" and "matrix", there's another serious concern buried in their website.

    The postal address and phone number of those of Platinum Acquisitions Inc in Indiana, an outfit that has been backing one shady scheme after another for years. Google this phone number, 800-216-7461, and see what pops up.

    On a quick run through, I saw:
    Global Solutions Group
    The Mystery Millionaire
    Deeds4dollars
    Instant Property Profits
    Tax Liens Direct
    Milionaire Entourage
    The 55 Million Dollar Secret
    and a lot of real estate sites with names that would make an infomercial spokesman blush.


    And, of course, this older thread:
    http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=9845
  • 05-29-2010, 04:35 PM
    meyermw

    KC Magnum The Million Dollar Matrix scam

    Hey I'm looking to see if anyone has or knows if this program is a scam. I have used this site for a couple of months and God Knows that you guys have saved me a bundle.

    Some you can see it's a scam and others they wrap it up nicely but I have been able to come here and find out the truth and saved a ton of my hard earned money.

    can someone tell me about it

    Thanks
    Michael

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