- Report: #1118546
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Complaint Review: infinite prosperity
infinite prosperityPO Box 2478 Graceville East, Qld 4075 Internet Australia
infinite prosperity /infinite-prosperity.com/Amy SangsterRobert Himlerhttps://facebook.com/infiniteprosperitytrading Fraud/Scam/Spam/Harassment Internet
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This company claims to be an online foreign exchange trading program. But in reality is run by two well known scammers, Robert Himler and Amy Sansgter.
FOREX trading is a real way to make money, but the "lead trainer" Amy Sangster is a complete fraud. She uses sex appeal to sell her poorly designed service to young investors in high school or college, which don't know anything about trading.
She uses persuasive marketing tactics and makes fraudelent claims about the amount of success that her "students" will have, and she also makes completely fraudulent claims about how much money she has made from foreign currency exchange.
She makes blatantly fraudulent claims, such as how she made millions of dollars in just three years at age 22.
Her website does not warn these unsespecting kids about the risks involved, and many will end up losing all the money that they attempt to grom using FOREX trading.
She simply taunts another GET RICH QUICK scheme.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/26/2014 08:17 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/infinite-prosperity/internet/infinite-prosperity-infinite-prosperitycomAmy-SangsterRobert-Himlerhttpsfacebookcom-1118546. 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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