The Elevation Group Scam: Is This The True Story?

Added: (Tue Nov 06 2012) Pressbox (Press Release) - The Elevation Group was started by internet entrepreneur Mike Dillard. Anyone who has heard "Elevation Group Scam" should know this more.. is not true at all. There is a monthly membership fee required to join the group. However, you are not obligated to maintain it and can cancel at any time. The purpose of the Elevation Group is to teach members the strategies necessary for creating wealth.





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He urges that now is the time to act to prevent personal financial ruin. The first step, he suggests, is to join The Elevation Group for a monthly fee. Urgent action is needed by all future investors interested in taking advantage of the Elevation Group membership . As a member of Elevation Group, individuals will be able to earn an additional $1,000 to as much as $10,000 a month, by participating in Elevation Group Publishing Partners.





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The Elevation Group will provide it's members with clear guidelines for making wise financial decisions, in a time of severe inflation. Mike Dillard claims that his friend, Robert Klyosaki, author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad has forecasted every major event in http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNAYpRPv5Pc financial history, since 2008. His predictions, according to Mike Dillard, have included the "bursting of the housing bubble," "the fall of GM, and the Lehman brothers," and the soaring prices for silver and gold. All of these were predicted as future events, some as many as two years earlier. Since 2008 Dillard states, Klyosaki is asserting that all investments must be secured by 2011, before the demise of the American currency. As the New Year 2011, approaches, it is evident that Klyosaki and Dillard believe, positive actions must be made now to insure future financial security.