Jeff Paul's "Shortcuts To Internet Millions"

by admin on September 15, 2009

I just seen this infomercial this morning and the infomercial right away knocked out about 5 of the 10 Signs of a Scam, promises of fast money, the offer ends soon, fast cars, wine and women. After doing a little research (I am not complete with it) I see he will charge you 39.95 a month for the next 12 months and the terms of service say you can cancel during the first 30 days and after that you seem to be on the hook for 12 months.

Other information shows “You start with a small purchase price of the initial material, $54.95 with shipping included. What you receive in the mail is useless and they give you a number to call so they can upsell a larger package based on what ‘you’ want to make per month. Of course, what you ‘invest’ is related to how much you can sink into it. They try to upsell anywhere from $5,000 to $15,000.” They will also contact you to setup merchant account which will require your Social Security Number. They will report to the credit bureau when you try to cancel.

Jeff Paul’s company has a F Rating at the BBB and you can read the FTC Press Release. I will be trying to contact every channel that plays this informercial to ask why they will show it when all these complaints are around.

You can find the case information on “Federal Trade Commission v. John Beck Amazing Profits, LLC, a California limited liability company, John Alexander, LLC, a California limited liability company, Jeff Paul, LLC, a California limited liability company, also d/b/a Shortcuts to Millions, LLC, Mentoring of America, LLC, a California limited liability company, Family Products, LLC, a California limited liability company, Douglas Gravink, an individual, Gary Hewitt, an individual, John Beck, an individual, John Alexander, an individual, and Jeff Paul, an individual (United States District Court for the Central District of California)”

So this guy is in deep and still trying to scam you out of your money. Maybe they are in need of legal defence funds.
Jeff Paul seems to be a scam or a sham, We are looking for people who have experienced Jeff Paul’s program that can give more information.

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