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The Scam of Quixtar
« on: September 27, 2005, 11:45 PM »
Just a little heads-up to my buds here at JD. I'd hate to see anyone here get hosed by this scam.

Link to a really long post from my blog.

I'm sure more than one of you has been contacted by one of these people and hopefully, you've turned them down.
This thing simply doesn't work, except for a certain few.

Don't believe the hype.
don't you know there ain't no devil, there's just God when he's drunk

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Re: The Scam of Quixtar
« Reply #1 on: September 28, 2005, 02:23 AM »
I did some more digging and found this:

Quixtar Business Analysis.
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Re: The Scam of Quixtar
« Reply #2 on: September 28, 2005, 02:31 AM »
The guy that tried to get me into Quickscam told me stories of riches and wealth.
He told me he had been doing it for 5 years and that he was just about ready to quit his day job.

Then he got into his 1990 Cadillac and drove home to his trailer park.


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Re: The Scam of Quixtar
« Reply #3 on: September 28, 2005, 02:38 AM »
I had a similar experience.

My brother had the guy who started him meet me at Applebee's once.
He arrived in a dirty 93 Mustang and was wearing an obviously fake Rolex.

All he did was talk about how much money he was making. Between that and his job at a bank, he still made less last year than I did. They're all full of ****.  ::)
don't you know there ain't no devil, there's just God when he's drunk