Is optima wealth solutions a scam company?
As far as I can see, it is a legit company. They are a property developer and finance broker who use the equity in peoples homes to leverage a second mortgage. Using the rent and taking advantage of tax breaks from the investment property, people can own a second home without being out of pocket anymore than they would have been for only 1 mortgage. Smart money
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I can't speak for everyone, but two months after I cancelled my membership and got a confirmation, a charge to my credit card for $75 showed up from them. I have tried three t…imes to contact them and it's been over a month, so I am now disputing the charge with my credit card company.
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Yes, it's a scam. You send him your money, and in return he gives you the secret to Automatic Wealth. Here's the secret to how "Ryan Jackson" gets wealth - he has people se…nd him their hard earned money for nothing! Obviously if he had a real secret to wealth, he'd be busy doing that, not charging you money! If his secret works so well, why doesn't he just give it away? There is no "automatic" way of generating wealth, never has been, never will be.
Yes, it is. If he had a secret to "automatic wealth" he'd not need to charge you for it.
Is Ryan Jackson's automatic wealth solutions a scam?
It is a click bank scam, like the rest
I believe this is a scam. I just purchased their "unbelievable" product at an "unbelievable" price of $49.99, and none of the links they have sent me will work to access the m…embers area. Please do not fall into this trap, as I have. I have already gotten the ball rolling on getting a refund for the $49.99. Similar to the pathetic story he described, my life is similar to what he claimed he was before he tried this "too good to be true" automatic wealth solution. I am a single father and struggling to make ends meet. He has preyed on someone very weak like myself, and now I am having to go through red tape to get my last $50 back. Please heed my words and immediately delete any e-mails associated with Ryan Jackson or Automatic Wealth Solutions.
Yes, it is. There is no such thing as "automatic wealth", and those who sent Ryan $49.99 were disappointed.
yes it is a scam
Yes, it is. When you send him the $49.99 for his scheme, you will not get back anything that will automatically create wealth for you. Please bear in mind that if Ryan Jackso…n had such a secret, he would not need to sell it, he'd already have "automatic wealth".
Yes, it is.
It's utterly dependent on HOW you gonna use it.
YES! OPTIMA is really SCAM.
It is just a scam and in no way connected with Google - avoid.
yeah ,yes,si it is a pure and absolutely a scam
I would think no because true wealth is something that people should respect.
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Home Wealth Solutions tell me they use different call centres togenerate leads and it seems like they have a large sales staff. Iwould say there is a good chance anything offe…red by Home WealthSolutions is overpriced.