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Complaint Review: Insiders Appropriation Letter

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  • Submitted: Sat, March 02, 2013
  • Updated: Sun, March 10, 2013

  • Reported By: slamothe — Sevierville Tennessee United States of America
Insiders Appropriation Letter
P.O. Box 93819 Hollywood, California United States of America

Insiders Appropriation Letter Arthur Trotter, Jr. No reports received as of yet, scam? Hollywood, California

*Consumer Comment: Similar Business - same purveyor

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I placed an order for this product on 02/03/2013 by money order (m.o. # R204322436615). The cost of the material was $35. The purchase contains a Life-time guarantee and can be returned for a full refund at any time.

Basically, the collection consists of 3 reports called The Wealth Trilogy. Each 'report' is to discuss a particular topic. For instance, report1 talks about our current President Barrack Obama, and how he has made it possible for any American to apply for money from a government 'slush' fund. The money is availble for any, you just have to fill out the appropriate form and ask for your portion.

Report 2 talks about multiplying the wealth you secure through the first method; and report3 is supposed to discuss how you can secure your wealth to keep it for years to come.

It has been a full month since this information has been ordered. I have had dealings with similar so called 'report' sellers in the past and I have never received these order either.

The Editor of these publications is signed Arthur Trotter, Jr. at the end of the letter. Since Mr. Trotter has no ethics and obviously no desire to fulfill his order requests, I would have to suggest that the USPS look into his operation. Especially since he is using the USPS to commit fraud.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/02/2013 12:01 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Insiders-Appropriation-Letter/Hollywood-California-90093/Insiders-Appropriation-Letter-Arthur-Trotter-Jr-No-reports-received-as-of-yet-scam-Hol-1022534. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.

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#1 Consumer Comment

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AUTHOR: Travail - (United States of America)

Today I received one of these mailings also.  I am forwarding all of this mailing to the FTC.  

Here's why:

I looked up "Insiders Appropriation Letter" on Bizapedia.com and look what I saw:

http://www.bizapedia.com/az/INSIDERS-APPROPRIATION-LETTER.html

If you go down to the bottom, where OWNER is detailed, you'll see the name "Charles Roller."  Well, last month I received a mailing called "Bang Point" which offers information to make you rich ...just send $35.  Pretty similar although a different pitch.  But a search for "Bang Point" also turns up this character, Charles Roller's name.

http://www.bizapedia.com/az/BANG-POINT-DISPATCH.html

I believe there is even a separate report right here on Ripoff Report concerning the "Bang Point" mailing.

Now, Google 'charles roller scam' and lo and behold you'll find that someone by that name served time back in the mid 90's for fraud involving duping some 20,000 people out of small fees ($40 and $50) for information on get rich quick schemes.

http://articles.philly.com/1995-07-07/news/25679204_1_laundering-prison-term-canada

The bottom line is: I WOULD NOT SEND $35 FOR EITHER OF THESE OFFERS!

-Travail
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