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Posted by miracol on February 23, 2009, 12:49 pm
 
Mighael's complete step-by-step fully ilustrated manual + easy to
folloe videos will have you generating your own electricity for less
than $00! Visit: http://tinyurl.com/c92ob2
Best regards!

Posted by vaughn on February 23, 2009, 2:40 pm
 


There is lots of free information here on the net and at your public
library.  If that won't work for you, use Amazon to buy a real book.  Please
never send money to a spammer.

Vaughn



Posted by wmbjkREMOVE on February 23, 2009, 6:53 pm
 On Mon, 23 Feb 2009 04:49:09 -0800 (PST), miracol


<sigh> This is yet another spam post from one of the possibly
thousands of earth4energy affiliates. It's a huge plot designed to
separate the gullible from their money.

1. The affiliates earn 75% of whatever you pay them. Here's one of the
company sites describing the program
http://www.homemadeenergy.org/aff/index.html . If anyone likes the idea
of a spammer receiving 35 bucks for posting a link, then by all means
send them a donation. The best that can be said is that if one is into
buying American, then watching your money evaporate into this scam is
better than sending it to a Nigerian.

2. The perpetrators realized that their outrageous claims would trip
the BS meters of any knowledgeable readers, who'd quickly post a lot
of negative reviews. So the scammers tried to bury that problem by
blanketing the web with a blizzard of phony "review" sites.
For example, if you search for "scam earth4energy", you'll get pages
of hits for deceptive sites like this one
http://www.earth4energyscam.org/ . There are so many of them that only
the most patient searcher will find genuine reviews like these:

http://blog.consumerwebwatch.org/2008/09/earth4energycom_is_not_a_credi.html

"They will not give your money back if you are not satisfied with
product. I fell for ther scam, contacted them immediately after I
found out that the product wasn't as advertised but as of yet, have
not got my money back."

http://nlcpr.com/Deceptions6.php

"he gist of their claims is this:
    * Get cheap broken or used solar cells on e-bay. They show screen
prints of auctions starting at 99 cents but all you e-bayers know that
the prices gets bit up considerably. Solder it all together and make
your panels.
    * Ask forklift operators for free, used batteries (assuming they
are going to throw out batteries still function)
    * Get a DC motor from e-bay and make a wind mill from it."


http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/0/353/RipOff0353945.htm .

"is compiled of information quite freely available on any reputable
solar energy provider's web sit. the plan for the systems was a
caricature of a few components with arrows linking them together.
Absolutely no information, system requirements, etc. etc. The majority
of pages in this e book are only quarter filled. It could easily be
condensed to about 8 or nine pages."

Wayne


Posted by Morris Dovey on February 23, 2009, 7:21 pm
 wmbjkREMOVE@citlink.net wrote:


...and there's no shortage of fairly decent web pages that show how to
build your own panels, what kind of cells and prices to look for, and
talk about the kinds of problems you may encounter - all for the effort
of STFW. Don't forget to send the author(s) a thank-you note.

(2 cents)

--
Morris Dovey
DeSoto Solar
DeSoto, Iowa USA
http://www.iedu.com/DeSoto/

Posted by Jim Wilkins on February 23, 2009, 11:49 pm
 
But there's also no shortage of people who think that the Lottery is
their retirement plan.

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