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  • Vandana
    Vandana
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    WOW, first off I love your tag line ” I lose money so you don’t have to” but good job uncovering these fake testimonials! I can get so sucked into these, but yes those testimonials are make or break! That’s hilarious you found that guy on Fiver! Thanks for sparing us from scams!

  • Jacob Schilling
    Jacob Schilling
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    Another scam revealing its dark nature. I am glad that there are people out there like you to reveal these things because man, who doesn’t want to make money, especially with these prompting scams promising to make you millions. Gotta be careful out there, thanks for this, I will avoid Retired millionaire at all costs!

    • Steve Razinski
      Steve RazinskiFounder

      Thanks Jacob. Happy to have helped.

  • Orion
    Orion
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    Hi, I followed your article and indeed you hit all the points that lure people to buy an empty promise. These people are wizards in working the human psychology of “lack” and one that is fishing for a “break, finally” and then prey on them to take advantage of their situation. 
    Cheers
    orion

  • Phyllis
    Phyllis
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    Great article. I’ve never heard of Retired Millionaire but if and when I do, I will definitely stay away from it. Most of these scams are so obvious that they are full of BS but I guess they still get quite a few people to sign up and send money. If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is. I took a look at your Swagbucks article and I think I may sign up for that. Wish me luck! Thanks again for such an informative article.

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