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  • Submitted: Mon, September 13, 2010
  • Updated: Tue, April 03, 2012

  • Reported By: Silvermoon12 — Mission Hills California United States of America
The Secret Society
2892 Westway Drive Brunswich, Ohio United States of America

The Secret Society Nouveau Tech Society Attempting to Ripoff 87 year old man Brunswich, Ohio

*Consumer Comment: I have received this scam in the mail also.

*General Comment: Your dad is lucky

*Author of original report: 87 Year Old Man and The Secret Society

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My 87 year old father receives a high volume of unsolicited mail, domestic and foreign, from fraudulent marketing agencies, contests, fortune tellers, and get rich quick scams. The 14 package "document" from Secret Society aka The Nouveau Tech Society, stated a physical address in Brunswick, Ohio, within the body of its Confirmation Form, and a return post office address for The Secret Society, in Dover, Delaware.  The Confirmation Form requests that you fax or mail a payment of $139.00 via check, money order, credit card, along with your signature, to the provided fax number in order to receive the 1200 page "The Secret Society's Inside Secrets."  My 87 year old father, who has had a stroke, handed this "literature" to me and stated, "Too much for me to read."  It is disturbing and revolting what tactics those will use to dupe people and especially what degree of ill will they will use to prey upon the elderly.  Telephone calls to the number provided for The Secret Society aka Nouveau Tech Society, have been answered by those attempting to speak with various dialects, supposedly ethnic, racial, or regional.  The guy I spoke with had a Boston accent prior to putting me on hold and when he came back on the telephone his accent was East Indian.  I am blessed that I live with my father in order to protect and shield him from the barrage of illicit mail and telephone solicitations claiming he has an extraordinary opportunity to increase his monetary station in life, or that he has "won" money and requesting a "winner's fee" and his social security number.  Please people, you must be a proactive consumer, for yourself and for others.  If it sounds to good to be true, it most certainly is a lie.


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#1 Consumer Comment

I have received this scam in the mail also.

AUTHOR: Illinoisian - (United States of America)

If they want only people in the the second phase or whatever, then they sure made a mistake sending this to me again.  I was supposedly in that phase several years ago, back in the 2003-2005 time period.  I now have received the second round of this scam telling me I am entering into the second phase of that time again.

I have in no way, shape, or form, though ever been given any idea that Kevin Trudeau is behind all this.  I do not believe that for one minute.  I believe that if he were, he would be saying so, in order to get the attention he wants or the limelight that he so desperately desires.

I would like those that say it is Kevin Trudeau, to please prove that, or show some information that has his name on it.  I do believe that people could be held liable for what they say in case like this.

I am just glad to know that I did not fall for this the first time and I am not falling for it this time either.

I pray that the people doing this to naive people get caught and made to pay restitution to every person that ever sent money in to them for the 1200 pages.  

Watch out for others and keep your money in your pocket when it come to scams like this one.
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#2 General Comment

Your dad is lucky

AUTHOR: Beatnikjd - (U.S.A.)

Your dad is lucky he has you to protect him from predators like trudeau. Once his companies have your credit card info you can expect unauthorized charges to appear. This 'secret' society bunk is the the sleaziest yet for trudeau!
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#3 Author of original report

87 Year Old Man and The Secret Society

AUTHOR: Silvermoon12 - (United States of America)

My 87 year old father receives a high volume of unsolicited mail, domestic and foreign, from fraudulent marketing agencies, contests, fortune tellers, and get rich quick scams. The 14 package "document" from Secret Society aka The Nouveau Tech Society, stated a physical address in Brunswick, Ohio, within the body of its Confirmation Form, and a return post office address for The Secret Society, in Dover, Delaware.  The Confirmation Form requests that you fax or mail a payment of $139.00 via check, money order, credit card, along with your signature, to the provided fax number in order to receive the 1200 page "The Secret Society's Inside Secrets."  My 87 year old father, who has had a stroke, handed this "literature" to me and stated, "Too much for me to read."  It is disturbing and revolting what tactics those will use to dupe people and especially what degree of ill will they will use to prey upon the elderly.  Telephone calls to the number provided for The Secret Society aka Nouveau Tech Society, have been answered by those attempting to speak with various dialects, supposedly ethnic, racial, or regional.  The guy I spoke with had a Boston accent prior to putting me on hold and when he came back on the telephone his accent was East Indian.  I am blessed that I live with my father in order to protect and shield him from the barrage of illicit mail and telephone solicitations claiming he has an extraordinary opportunity to increase his monetary station in life, or that he has "won" money and requesting a "winner's fee" and his social security number.  Please people, you must be a proactive consumer, for yourself and for others.  If it sounds too good to be true, it most certainly is a lie.

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