This seems even dumber

BusinessInsider reports on a scam operation currently advertising on CNBC. Unlike me, BI must not be judgment-proof because they pull their punches and use waffle words like “seemingly” and “allegedly”. Let me put it more plainly: Anyone promising you “$20,000 – $200,000 a month with no money down” is trying to steal from you. If you don’t know that, you probably deserve to be ripped off, but shame on CNBC for running these ads. Surely they owe some modest duty to protect the stupidist of their viewers.

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7 responses to “This seems even dumber

  1. Pete

    Do they have any intelligent viewers?

  2. whatever

    exactly!

  3. Walt

    Dude –
    The reason you are judgement proof is you have no money. Who tries to rob an empty bank?
    So what due diligence did you do to decide this is a scam? None, right? RIGHT!!!
    You just like to throw stones, even though you live in a glass house. I sold $20k to $200k for years. And did pretty well. And if you don’t put any money down, what exactly are they stealing from you? Your dignity? Riddle me that, Batman.
    Your Pal,
    Walt

    • christopherfountain

      I hadn’t realized it was your new venture I was criticizing, Walt – I’m sorry. You deserve a second chance, of course.

  4. Anonymous

    Seems like Uncle Warren and others whose time is valuable spend a lot of time on-air at CNBC offering their views to this audience…

  5. Walt

    Dude –
    Everyone deserves a second chance, Sparky. As far as I can tell, you are on Mulligan number 5. And you are still on the tee.
    Your Pal,
    Walt