Oliver Talamayan, iWealthRevolution Dallas Texas

Complaint: Oliver Talamayan is a complete fraudster and con. He takes advantage of the personal development and spiritual communities, especially those that have attended Tony Robbin’s seminars. He asks people for $2500 or $5000 or however much he can get and then says he will give you a 90 day program and 3 streams of internet income that will get you to making $10k/month. The 90 day program is complete junk. Note how anyone can go to this domain for free! www.imadesixfiguresfast.com/day1/ More importantly, the 3 streams of income are completely BS. He tells you to buy a domain name and his videos never tell anything on how to set it up. The 3 streams of income he says are: 1) resell the 90 day program and get commission 2) Getresponse autoresponder affiliate account to sign other people up 3) web hosting affiliate account to sign other people up And guess what? This program existed for free! Anybody could have done this if they went to his site www.freedomnowrevolution.com which is down now. His original scam was to get commission from you buying a domain name. But he was clever and decided to make his scam bigger. The first week of videos is a bunch of upselling and one is to try and sell you traffic for as much as $70,000 for 100,000clicks!!! It is complete BS.

Tags: Internet Services

Address: Internet USA

Website: www.imadesixfiguresfast.com/day1/

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