Report: #482096

Complaint Review: Invitation Processing And/or Nouveau Tech Secret Society

  • Submitted: Tue, August 18, 2009
  • Updated: Wed, August 19, 2009
  • Reported By: daddyo — Buffalo Grove Illinois USA
  • Invitation Processing And/or Nouveau Tech Secret Society
    P.O. Box 6304
    Dover, Delaware
    United States of America
  • Phone:
  • Web:
  • Category: Liars

Invitation Processing And/or Nouveau Tech Secret Society Invitaion to "secret society" absolutely free. Must respond by Friday, August the latest or opportunity will be forever lost! Buffalo Grove, Illinois

* : I'm sorry, but...

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8 page scam fishing for sucker addresses.  They ask for $140 for "real secrets" once response is sent.  Joke!
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I'm sorry, but...

AUTHOR: ReactorCore - (Canada)

Can you expand on this info a bit? Your report is a tad short and so is a little vague.

If I get the gist of what you're driving at, you're being pitched for something "amazing" that (no doubt) thousands of people are "discovering" as some sort of "path to wealth and power". You're most likely being urged to get in on the "ground floor".

Further, you're probably being tantalized with little snips here and there of the "amazing potential" of this service and/or program, complete with testimonials that hint at what your being enticed to buy, without giving the whole game away, thus coaxing you to part with that $140 for those "secrets".

How's my guesswork so far?

Question is, what exactly is the material hinting at? Is the material itself "slick and polished" or does it look hurried and sloppy? How do they really "work the angles"? Remember too that if the people running the operation find it "successful" there are going to be copycats pouring out of the woodwork, and a general idea of the pitch and materials could be helpful to other people reading your report before they get taken for a ride.

Sure, little "reports" are a fine "quick hit" as far as venting goes, but if they're too vague, they're not going to achieve what they were really meant to do; stop people from falling into the same trap.
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