Doubling Stocks


Email “stock alert” for microcap stocks, from paid stock promoters.

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Celeste A.
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Celeste A.
March 16, 2009 4:10 pm
Doubling Stocks and the people who run it are despicable. The newsletter rarely comes out and the money you invest is wasted. As for the ‘Money Back Guarantee’ I have asked for mine at least twenty times and have yet to receive it. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY OR YOUR TIME WITH THESE PEOPLE. They may be making plenty of money on suckers like me, but their true calling is writing sales pitches. In that, they are truly amazing. I signed up for their newsletter and followed their advice on which stocks to buy. When the newsletters advising when to… Read more »
johnK
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johnK
March 18, 2009 1:34 pm
cohen is a crook in my humble opinion. He has gone for months without a pick. “MARL” is a scam. Pay cohen for the download, then you have to pay for a program to access the download. I received a number of weekly picks early on, didn’t buy, and just tracked the picks. Had I bought ANY of the picks-well, they were ALL MAJOR LOSERS. cohens make $6000. video is very enticing, but given the dismal track record all I can say is buyer beware. And I never received my refund for “MARL” or his “newsletter giving picks”. Customer service… Read more »
JN
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JN
May 27, 2010 12:37 pm
If it were possible to give negative stars for this bottom feeder, I would. I was unfortunate enough to encounter this “service” last year. This is a “pump and dump” operation from start to finish. The writer, someone calling himself “Michael Cohen,” (I seriously doubt that is his real name) is actually quite good at creating enticing ad copy but unfortunately it’s just pure hype with very little substance. He spends weeks or even months building up his next mysterious pick while he no doubt accumulates shares of the target stock at very low prices. The scenario has played out… Read more »
sly1
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sly1
May 2, 2012 9:33 am

For any one not in the UK the guys that ran this are currently being prosecuted for fraud. I read about them in the national press at the wwekend. They were 16 years old when they set this up! Part of me is actually quite impressed with the foresite of 2 16 year olds that can see quite so easily people can be duped. They had 1000’s of subscribers in the US.

w0tm
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September 13, 2014 7:36 pm
This is now in the (kind of) distant past but though anyone reading this (doubt if anyone is reading this far back) I was not surprised that all three Web site domain names they used expired but that no one didn’t immediately “grab” all three. Two were “available” yesterday but not now. I’ll put them up for auction or ? — Google w0tm to find me – 0 is a zero. Yes, the penny/sub-penny scams plus associated newsletters continue to grow. SEC stupidly(?) stated in late 2012 “we don’t have resources to investigate potential “criminal activity” unless potential of loss… Read more »
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