Posts tagged with ‘credibility’

Paul Myhill Publishes Joe McCord Letter on Facebook

April 13, 2012

Paul Myhill Puts Future in Hands of God The Letter from Joe McCord to Bill Driscoll Bill Driscoll and Paul Myhill:  co-inventors of the Protandim Recipe Paul Myhill, one of Protandim‘s creators has this past hour published a letter which reveals certain facts that Lifevantage wish to smokescreen. 58 minutes ago, Paul Myhill said, as […]

Jesse Willms Banned by Judge from Negative Option Selling – Assets Frozen!

September 14, 2011

Latest News from Tuesday, Seattle Jesse Willms Banned by Judge from Negative Option Selling – Assets Frozen! CBC (with whom Willms has already had a tussle) in Canada are already broadcasting that local high-school athlete drop-out turned internet businessman of dubious repute, the self-styled and self-publicising entrepreneur & charitable Jesse Willms, has had some shackles […]

Massive Spam Hit for Centurion Wealth Circle Pyramid Scheme

July 18, 2011

Massive Spam Hit Willie R Over the weekend, I received over 600 spams from someone called Willie R (with a number appended to the name) to my gmail account which I now use for my spam-trapping on an old email address that I use for registrations and the like…  See the screenshot of one page […]

The Three Rules of Trust – Using SwipeAuctions/Bids as an Example

October 15, 2010

Introduction There’s a well-known adage that says, Don’t believe everything you read in the papers (Point 1) Another, (which is derived from the mantra of the old UK stock market) goes like, An Englishman’s word is his bond (Point 2) Make what you want of them, but many people still go by this, replacing “An […]

Caroline Flint Believable?

June 11, 2009

Here’s what she’s said about her recent resignation: On Friday: “left because Brown treated her like ‘window dressing‘” On the following Thursday: “left because Brown ‘didn’t trust me’“ Now Gordon Brown, Blair and the whole current government have got up my nose in several ways over the years but have done some good things as […]