“Liberty Certificates”

By skauge, June 21, 2012

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What can anyone tell me about this teaser from the Oxford Club…
it is entitlrd the Oxfortd Bond Advantage and it appears to focus on short term bonds of some type. Steve Macdonald sends out information with respect to which of these ”liberty certificates one should buy or sell, for a hefty annual fee, of course.

Thanks.

Art Skauge

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11 Comments on " “Liberty Certificates”"

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Karl Schlachter
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Karl Schlachter

Regarding Oxford Bond Advantage: Please send me a five year track record of this
investment, so I can compare it to the returns I have been obtaining during that
time period ….. Thanks ….. Karl Schlachter

David Stein
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David Stein

Mr. Schlachter,
Have you received any information re: Oxford Bond Advantage? I saw it for the first time on Gumshoe, July 27.

Thank you,

David Stein

Stan
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Stan

This is just another typical 20 page sales letter that will get your juices flowing and then turn out to be too good to be true once you try to use it.

stan
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stan

I would hope that someone knowledgeable in this area would check this out and give your valued opinion on its merits or non merits.

Kristi Porter
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Also looking for opinions re: Steve McDonald’s approach.

pknow72
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pknow72

Can someone provide an example of what Steve McDonald refers to as a “Liberty Bond” and how you go about purchasing it??

Vince felico
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Vince felico

Has any one had good or bad results with Steve McDonald. Have you found liberty bonds to be a good investment?

joe
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joe

still trying to get info. on these certificates

JS
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JS

I read the “sales pitch”. It sounds like he’s picking junk bonds and then calls them “Liberty Certificates”. That’s my opinion.

lylejsr41
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lylejsr41

2/19/15 Just watched Oxford club long pitch on What they call Payroll Certificates. sounds to good to be true. Can Gumshoe put this in perspective?

Susan Simon
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Susan Simon

Steve MacDonald generally provides sane advice in his short videos with transcripts. This is a pitch for Oxford Bond Advantage newsletter, which will cost you $1000.

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