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Report: #520911

Complaint Review: THE NOUVEAU TECH SOCIETY (THE SECRET SOCIETY) - DOVER Delaware

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  • Reported By: kevin — wadsworth Ohio United States of America
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  • THE NOUVEAU TECH SOCIETY (THE SECRET SOCIETY) P.O. BOX 6304 (6305) DOVER, Delaware United States of America

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 the mail never stops! im actually ready to get a lawyer to sue them for harassment because i have not orderd anything from them and yet i still get all this mail trying to get me to spend 139. 00 and then the next paper i got said i would get a discount but only a third of the secrets to life but hey its only 50bucks instead of 139. but i would recomend no one to get this..........

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#4 Consumer Suggestion

Use of poor English gives it all away

AUTHOR: cathy - (United States of America)

POSTED: Wednesday, December 16, 2009

It should be apparent to any and all that receive these letters who are made to feel "special" by joining some society that it is a scam.  Can't you feel it when someone is trying to make you do something you really don't want to do? Further proof is that those defending it can't use anything close to proper English or spelling - that "secret" must have been left out of their packet. We all ignore those scam/spam emails with wrong spellings and bad English - why would you believe something written on a website? If you answer the letter, you are telling them that you exist....it's an invitation to get harassed just a little bit more.  Shame on you - you can't get something for nothing.

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#3 General Comment

Rebutals still seem fishy.

AUTHOR: kk - (United States of America)

POSTED: Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Even if this "Society" is a great self-help organization, their invitation letter, which I received, can make you think this is a scam.  It sounds a lot like the Nigerian scam letters I've received.  If this society is so grand, let's see more than just "testimonials".  I noticed the same people writing the rebuttals.  No one does anything for nothing, unless they're doing it for God, and then again, they're storing treasures in Heaven.  Show me how the money flows and I'll let you know if you're legit.  There is a 2500+ old "secrets" book you can get for free at some places.  Try that first.

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#2 Consumer Comment

disgruntled Kevin

AUTHOR: mj railer - (United States of America)

POSTED: Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Junk mail is a problem today, however I answered this one when I received it the second time and my life has changed for the better. I am becoming a self leader instead of a follower and have become the most honest person I know.

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#1 Consumer Comment

The Amazing Nouveau Tech Letters Changed My Life!

AUTHOR: JeffSmith - (USA)

POSTED: Saturday, November 07, 2009

Kevin,
I can understand how you are skeptical of the advertising letters from the Nouveau Tech Society. They do indeed promise a lot if you read and apply the knowledge in the books.

I'm hear to tell you that a few years ago, I received the same letter. However, I had enough curiosity and enough of an open mind to order the book and give it a shot. This was the best decision I've ever made!

The literature is extremely powerful and life lifting. It is indeed worth many more times to me than the money I paid for it. I read the books, digested the knowledge and applied the principles in my life. Wow, what an amazing turn for the better I've experienced.

I urge you to give them a shot. I think you are VERY fortunate to have received the letters.

You can always go to http://Neo-Tech.com to read over 10,000 positive testimonials from other people like me.

Best wishes,
Jeff

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