- Report: #670559
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Complaint Review: Creditors in Commerce
Creditors in CommerceUndisclosed Undisclosed, Arizona United States of America
Creditors in Commerce Master in Commerce creditors commerce Gordon Hall scam Undisclosed, Arizona
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In his seminars, he illustrates success stories of those who use his methods. He doesn't, however, tell you of the thousands who have failed and been jailed for using his paper work and ideology. I have four friends and several acquaintances who are devoted followers of Gordon Hall and his commercial legal theories. All four of my friends used his accepted for value spiel before state judges and all four were cited with contempt of court. All of them spent time in jail and some are facing sentences of more than seven years in prison. One is facing a 22 year sentence for being a "paper terrorist." When Gordon's followers end in jail for contempt of court, he blames the defendant for not following his tactics perfectly. Hogwash!! Gordon's "I accept for value . . . blah, blah, blah" is a sure fire way to end up in solitary confinement for a year. Caveat emptor of a wolf in sheep's clothing. This is true, correct, and not misleading to the best of my knowledge, information, and belief.
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