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Mike Schwalbach Legit Or Scam?
December 14, 2016

Ever since the Crash of 2007, I’ve been looking for a way to make some extra money. I searched all over the web, and I saw everything under the sun. I knew right then that this was going to be a lot harder than I thought, but I was so desperate I took a chance on one.

Advidi lured me in with all the fancy cars, and I heard all these stories about how people have made a six-figure income in just a few months. You know what they say when something is too good to be true? Well, they’re right.

I paid my deposit after I signed up, and I started buying some leads. I followed their system to the letter, but I wasn’t getting any results. So, I spoke to my so-called “coach,” and he told me I wasn’t. He said, “just buy some more leads, and do what you did before.”

Like an idiot, I believed him.And I got the same lackluster results. That was when I had my first hint of doubt, but I wasn’t ready to quit just yet. Needless to say, I was in the hole. So, something needed to give, and it needed to happen fast.

Despite all my efforts, that day never came. And that was when I decided to quit.

I spoke with Mike Schwalbach, and I demanded I get my deposit back. He insisted I was doing something wrong, but I know I followed their instructions exactly. I listened to everything they were telling me, and I did it all as they instructed. Yet, I still got nothing.

When I told him all that, he said he didn’t care. He called me a “loser,” and that he wouldn’t give back my money if I got down on my knees and begged.

Knowing him, I’m sure he would have loved that. But I wasn’t about to give him the satisfaction.

Realizing that he was a lost cause, I decided to take legal action. But because I’m in the US and he’s in the Netherlands, there’s no way to go after him. He’s outside of American jurisdiction, so there was no way I could force him to pay.

I know how easy it is to fall for the trap of fancy cars and big homes. I fell for it too, and look what happened. Don’t do business with this man, and don’t even think about signing up for Advidi. Both of them are bad news, and they should be avoided.

Jester400 July 07, 2018

This BS is all too common on the Internet. These scams have always existed and were sold via newspaper ads, mail order, etc. The World Wide Web made it possible for these scammers to exploit larger numbers of people who are just trying to improve their lives.

I believe that the perpetrators of this type of fraud should be forced to close their companies, quit their jobs, and live only off of the income that the system they are selling produces for a period of at least five years.