This is honestly the most ridiculous thing I have ever seen…but I am sure people out there are falling for it. Do not be one of them.
It is a scam video going around the Internet, being sent via email, with claims that Dick Morris featured it on his site.
Don’t believe it.
The video is linked above, but if you watch it, DON’T buy into it.
A narrator goes on about an enormous financial Doomsday that’s coming…and how there’s going to be rioting in the streets and only Stansberry & Associates Investment Research can save you from ruin.
It’s like sitting for an hour listening to a time share sales pitch.
A few months ago, there was an email scam going around asking for resumes for a high-paying job with a Student Exchange Program at some college. Because everyone is so desperate for work and uneasy about the Obamaconomy, people by the thousands sent their resumes to an email address they didn’t recognize. And all that data on those resumes has since been used for identity theft.
If something seems weird and too good to be true and is sent to you anonymously via email, please do not believe it.
Do research into whatever company is promising you the ridiculous thing, or is saying it has information no one in the world has.
Don’t fall for this stuff.
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