Report: #492832

Complaint Review: IMA Nouveau Tech (The Secret Society)

  • Submitted: Thu, September 10, 2009
  • Updated: Thu, October 15, 2009
  • Reported By: anonymous — san tan valley Arizona USA
  • IMA Nouveau Tech (The Secret Society)
    1350 moore rd
    avon, Ohio
    United States of America
  • Phone: 4404842510
  • Web:
  • Category: Religion

IMA Nouveau Tech (The Secret Society) The greatest kept secret This orientation book plays on ALL personality types and dreams of all.This is the second time I was invited to have the info for "FREE" $139.99 They test a persons FAITH in a higher power (GOD) avon Ohio

*Consumer Comment: The mystical mind in action...

Show customers why they should trust your business over your competitors...

i recieved a letter asking me to respond to recieve a 56 page orientation book and it would contain a secret message i will become rich and famous.

i replied with a fax telling them to remove my name.they are a bogus secrete society and it should be a law against them praying on people.i felt it was evil,and against my beliefs.

i recieved a confidential for members only-secret society orientation booklet with the secret message all i need do  is read 5 stories and in 2 weeks my life will change.which was free of charge.

then what was requested was 139.99 by 9/11/2009 to recieve 1200 page manuscript  from greece that will unleash incredibe powers ,you name it this manuscript will give you. hidden powers that lay dormant,i actually feel stupid complaining about this as i am writting and think i was falling for this.

i wrote them back a letter.... this is the just of the letter...

i am letting you in on a secret this information is absolutely free there is a lawsuit in the works with a number of highly intellegent members rich famous perfectly healthy individuals with photographic memories and they win everytime they place bets.

they really have it.

the person who wrote installment book#1 didn't even write the stories straight,got the employers mixed up and where the book was aquired it was written in third grade level.

we consumers are really mad and we arn't  going to take it anymore.

if you send $139,000,000.99 by the deadline of october 4, 2009 ( the new moon) the member may decide to drop the suit.

remove my name from your file...

i believe in GOD,and evil.i feel that GOD  is the one with ultimate authority. i think it is a shame that anyone can get personal information and use it to make you feel threatened for your saftey and well being. and the only way my life will be any better is if i send them money,as if their authority is evil. i do not want any association with this an i wish that their tactics were against the law.


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#1 Consumer Comment

The mystical mind in action...

AUTHOR: jimrizen - (USA)

This complaint here is typical of those who receive the marketing material and then flip out!

They inherently sense that the literature "threatens" them in some way, requiring them to "file a complaint" with the authorities, threatening lawsuits etc. etc., ad nauseum!

The reality is that they sense that their "beliefs" in higher powers, gods, devils etc. are being brought into question and they are so dogmatic in their beliefs they can't tolerate even a hint that their accepted on faith doctrines may be only illusions.

They want to attack what they believe is the source of this threat and in this case it's Neo-Tech.

This type of behavior is the essence of religious fanaticism and is shared by all zealots regardless of their particular religion du jour.

People like this are not able to think independently or honestly as their whole context is warped by their rigid belief system...this renders them easy prey for the phony religious higher ups to manipulate and to drain without them even knowing it.

Sad really as what this person is so desperately in need of they are fiercely trying to avoid.


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