I came across that massive-cash website and read over it literally 50 times before ordering...reading and re-reading making sure I didn't miss one word.
I ordered last Tuesday...when you click order at the bottom, it will take you to paypal and the user that you pay is firstname.lastname@example.org
which is registered as a Verified Business with paypal. After I ordered, a few hours later I got the following email:
"We have reveived your order an will ship your package out tomorrow. You
should reveive it with in 2-3 business days.
I replied and told them to notify me when they shipped my package but they didn't. I also asked them Saturday and then again today (Monday) to give me a confirmation that my package was sent. Afterall, he said it would ship last Wednesday and that would've put it here by now.
I'm not too worried about the bonuses....although the ATM fax machine sounded pretty nice. But if I'm making $50,000 off of a phone call, why would I need it?
There are several things I noticed though....one being "lwardell"....when I got that email, it said it was from a guy named Lorenzo Wardell. And the business that is listed on that paypal account is GLS Marketing. Now...I took a look at the GLS Marketing website and I have to say...it's not too professional. Do a search and I'm sure you will find it easily. It seems to be a third party that solicits video tapes and recordings for other businesses...but I'm not 100% sure.
Another thing that I paid close attention to is the name "Jim Walker"....why does it say in the testimonial from "The California News Tribune" the name "JEFF Walker"??? And why can't I find a website or anything for The California News Tribune? Is it made up?
Another thing....look at the top of the page....the very top. It says "Contact Us" and then to the right it says "Ready to Order? Click Here!"...now, when you click on that link, it takes you to an order page for firesaleprofits.com Take a look at firesaleprofits.com....it is A LOT like the massive-cash website. Quite a few things are EXACTLY the same. Check out the quote that is supposedly by "Jim Walker" at the top:
"This is not like anything else you've ever heard of. No one else knows how to hold a fire sale like this, but I'm convinced I can teach you everything you need to know in only 90 minutes."
Now check out the firesaleprofits website....the EXACT same phrase can be seen there at the top. Also, some of the paragraphs are written almost the exact same on both websites....coincidence? No...not at all.
But needless to say, I ordered anyways. I figured "why not?" I'm covered by Paypal....so if the information never comes, I get my money back. Why would they run a website like that if they weren't going to send the information out? Beats me.
Sure....it SOUNDS too good to be true, but some of it DOES make sense. You can get government grants that never have to be paid back...thousands of dollars. He says it's not a grant, but it could be similar. I doubt you will get $50,000 from EACH of the 30 phone numbers but who knows. The idea is farfetched, but afterall he does "promise" and "guarantee" you'll make the money.
All in all....$97 to find out if I can make $50,000....not too much of a risk. $97 to find out it's a scam...not too much of a risk. I have paypal backing me up anyways. But we will see. If it's not here tomorrow, I will be contacting paypal because it would have been a week since I ordered and no answer from them.
Oh yea....and the "email@example.com" doesn't work. Well....at least, they don't respond to it. Go figure.