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Dave
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October 4, 2009 3:26 pm
Richard Fisher – Leakedstocks.com Ok, I know you have seen them, those advertisements on yahoo and google claiming things like “The Company that has Bill Gates Scared”. Well all of those send you to leakedstocks.com where Richard Fisher tells you he runs a stock newsletter that costs $12,000 a year but sign up and he will send you the next four picks for free. Well, I signed up, and about a week later an e-mail came to my inbox telling me to buy MTCH.OB that week. I decided, what the heck and dropped about 1,500 in the pick on a… Read more »
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TonyC
October 18, 2009 12:08 pm

I would like to contact the proper legal web-site watchdog group to cancel, bann, or restrict Richard Fisher from his bait and switch registration tactic by providing a news story you might be interested in, but when you click on it, it takes you to the Leakedstock.com scam and automatically registers you for his tips that you might not want. Not to mention he provides a dummy Opt-Out e-mail address that doesn’t work. Please help me, or let me know how we can STOP Richard Fisher.

Joshua Tan
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Joshua Tan
October 29, 2009 3:24 pm

This is a pure scam, period. The stock picker
would not use the real name and makes a lot of
dubious disclaimers – in small print.
Do not fall prey to this scam.

Recent subscriber
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October 30, 2009 5:05 pm

There is no customer support in this case. This is scam
service, a pure pump and dump scheme. Better avoid.

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NA
November 2, 2009 3:50 pm
I’d rather not give any stars to this scam, but I gave 1s across the board to at least show an effort to rate it… I was curious to see how Richard Fisher’s approach worked, so I read the teaser e-mail (…people pay $12k to subscribe!…), signed up for a “free trial”, got the name of the next pick, and bought a small amount to see what would happen. The stock pick was Blackhawk (BHWX), a lithium mining company, and got a flurry of e-mails guaranteeing the stock would “triple in 5 days or I will retire as a stock… Read more »
Amazin
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November 5, 2009 12:43 pm
Fisher is a crook, out and out. He touted Black Hawk on the 23 of October, saying it would triple in three days or he will quit. He said it would open at 140. I bought. It opened at 1.5753 and promptly dived. I am here because I have just received this – “Congrats to all who profited on last week’s stock pick. The stock rocketed up high, and is continuing to forge upwards all this week. But… This is a quick email to let you know… Yesterday I stumbled upon what looks like another remarkable penny stock. etc. ”… Read more »
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Joyce
November 10, 2009 9:35 am

Rating should be below zero! What a scam Richard Fisher is. I sent a complaint to FINRA and SEC. Maybe if they get enough, they will do something. I should have read the disclaimer more closely before buying. He could have easily retired after receiving $3,500,000 for recommending the stock. His emails stopped regarding BHWX but he was at it again this week with another recommendation. When I replied that he was a fraud, I didn’t receive any more emails.
See: http://www.finra.org/Investors/ProtectYourself/p118636

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MrBill6666
November 12, 2009 6:37 am

I reiterate what NA said about BWHX. Once the stock didn’t perform the way he said it would, then the ‘personal’ emails stopped. But now I see advertisements for the stock, touting how well it will perform and that it is not too late to buy it, within streetauthority.com emails. Well if he said he would retire from stock picking, then why didn’t he send us all an email saying so, instead of another email starting this scam all over again. Sigh!

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Kim
November 14, 2009 11:18 am
I cashed in half of my porfolio where through the entire down turn I had been up 1000% by following my own research. I decided to gamble and buy in. However I didn’t initially buy BHWX because I was unable to login to my CPU due to my type of work. I watched an knew that Fisher was talking about AMLM American Lithium, but it crashed along with BHWX, so I took my first hit with AMLM so when I got back to my CPU I sold it and bought BHWX. This was even a bigger mistake because it plummeted… Read more »
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bart goble sr
November 18, 2009 9:33 am

This is purely a scam from the jump, I was very skeptical from the begining, I invested minimal amount of money and promtly lost half !! Rich!! If thats your name!!I hope you lose all functions and can only move your eyes!!, Sooner or later. What goes around come around!! Would love to meet you one day!!!! As for a rating? how about rat!!!Shame on you. Especially if older people on fixed income have lost money to you

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Nick
November 18, 2009 12:20 pm

A total sham!! this guy operates multiple websites & names and he just keeps closing the older ones when enough people find out. Another one which I strongly believe is run by him/them is contrarianpicks.com. Stay away and protect your hard earned money.

I was Screwed
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I was Screwed
November 18, 2009 1:05 pm

Richard, I am not man i am just very upset at you and all the BS you are sending out,I was Going to buy BHWX for $4000 and thank G-d i didn’t because something stopped me i am not sure what it was, i only put $1100 on this stock now it is 68.07% loss and I think i learned my lesson at a very expensive price but i did, “Never never take advice from anyone.” U want to play with stocks invest the time and effort and then you might make profit, no easy way out.

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David
November 20, 2009 5:32 pm

I don’t know if Richard Fisher even exists, or of he is honest & just made a mistake with his recent pick of BHWX. I bit & wish I hadn’t, but a reminder to be cautious & take responsibility for your own screw-ups.

I am thinking of taking a new position in that pick @ roughly 1/3 of its price when he reco’d it several weeks ago.

Anybody have intelligent thoughts on “Mr. Fisher” or on what appeared to be an interesting play in BHWX?

Vincent
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Vincent
November 21, 2009 7:58 am

I don’t need to say anymore about this crook.
People have said enough. Now, what can we do about
it and what can we do for other people? This
crook continues to use other names and websites
for the same kind of scam. For example, the ad
that starts with “the stock that terrifies Bill
Gates…” is from the same person (or company).
They use almost the exact words (word by word,
seriously, I checked) in the disclaimer section
(in small print, of course).
Can anyone start a class action agaist this guy?
Maybe we can recover some of the money lost?

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Joyce
November 21, 2009 4:21 pm

I said in my post of Nov. 10 that I stopped receiving emails from Richard Fisher after I emailed him that he was a fraud. But I have begun receiving them again. He is pushing another stock and saying he will retire if it doesn’t triple in 14 days. I urge all of you to report this to FINRA.
See: http://www.finra.org/Investors/ProtectYourself/p118636

Evelyn
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Evelyn
November 21, 2009 10:21 pm

leakedstocks.com
Richard Fisher should go to jail for fraud !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Joe
November 24, 2009 11:41 am
I would rate him a zero, and that includes as a person. I use to raise money for small cap and OTC and pink sheet companies years ago when Reg S was different. Back then a company could raise money at the beginning of a quarter and not tell their other stock holders until the investor (which would be outside the country) already had a chance to begin to offload their shares. They would sometimes short the stock, also, because they knew once the original stock holders got wind of an equity (or debt) investment that their shares would be… Read more »
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Joe F Smith
December 3, 2009 8:05 pm
I think that the way this crook, Richard Fisher, makes money is this: step 1 – he identifes a stock as his potential tool; step 2 – he chooses a date of his pick; step 3 – he gets as many small investors’ attention as possible (every one would be ready to become his victim) by telling you that on such a date you will receive his pick; step 4 – he then buys a bunch of the stock right before he makes the announcement; step 5 – when you all buying his pick (which pushes his pick up quickly),… Read more »
sdmy123
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sdmy123
December 3, 2009 10:36 pm

Zero rating. NEVER EVER BELIEVE THIS GUY. SCAMMER!

Ray Kraemer
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Ray Kraemer
December 5, 2009 11:31 am

I’m writing about Richard Fisher. I bought BHWX per his reco at $1.65. It is now at around .63 cents. So I bought right when it started coming back down. I’m still holding it. But he is an absolute fraud. How do we stop him?

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Monty
December 10, 2009 1:57 pm
—– SCAM SCAM SCAM —– No $$$ invested from here…but have been following emails and recommendations from this supposed person named Richard Fisher…sort of a morbid curiousity, I suppose… My primary confusion —– why is this person not behind bars yet??? In Nov he named Blackhawk to triple in price, after which it rose 60-70% (where he probably cash out), then dropped to 1/2 (where he probably bought back in)….and, now in Dec he has the nerve to hype the very same stock with the same old “triple promise”, so that he can cash out at a handsome gain while… Read more »
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Star.Flyr
December 10, 2009 8:08 pm
I suspect the Richard Fisher stock pick is a bit of a scam. I too got on his list. Last month he came out with his BHWX pick. For a reason I can’t remember, I didn’t get in at the opening bell. The 1st day the stock went up around 50% ($1–>around a $1.50 or so). I decided to take a “flyer” at $1.50 and the stock continued upwards to nearly $2 before starting the slide back. I ended up getting out at around $1.40 or just about a $100 lost (500 shares). Last week the his rumor mill started… Read more »
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Lok
December 16, 2009 7:31 pm

Damn, I Wish I’d seen this site a few days ago.

I’m long 2000 shares at 0.95.

Wil set a limit order to get out at $1 for a small profit if it gets hit, fingers crossed tomorrows a pump day, not a dump day. 🙁

Matt
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Matt
December 22, 2009 5:57 pm

The Leaked Stocks newsletter and four free picks are a scam don’t fall for it. Richard Fisher is a real person who is chairman of the fed in TX but the man who writes this newsletter is not him! The stock pick I got BHWX, on two occassions now has tanked every time and is worth half what I paid for it. This is a complete lie, he won’t retire and may not even be a real person. The ads are faked and if you follow this advice you will surely lose money.

Person who reads t&cs
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Person who reads t&cs
December 24, 2009 9:04 pm
Obviously you should never use this kind of site and, if you do, read the terms and conditions! The document refers to Richard Fisher as apocryphal ie. non-existent. It also says, in legal-ese, that all the information that they refer to as fact or true is not to be taken as that because it is not. It goes on to say that all references to the performance of a stock is in fact hypothetical – it actually is slightly worse than that because they say that when they say a stock performed well in the past, they are not referring… Read more »
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D.J.H.
December 29, 2009 1:07 pm

“John Meriwether”, New name, same scam….

TomN
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TomN
January 12, 2010 10:06 pm

Hey you guy’s that got screwed by Fischer or whatever the heck his name is. I to got hooked by bhwx but got out with my skin or at least most of it before I realized he was working the game. The SEC might be interested in this and go after bhwx and fischer if we get some complaints going their way.One avenue is http://www.sec.gov/edgar. Pretty interesting stuff. Good luck and lets hang the bstrd.

Dave
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Dave "UPS" Brown
January 15, 2010 11:35 am
Thanks everyone who posted! I totally agreed and as I researched his picks more after MTCH and BHWX it was obvious that he has groups of e-mail addresses that he sends out on each day culminating mid week with the largest group. He pumps and then dumps and it all comes crumbling down. It is sad to see. I have no idea why they haven’t locked him up. I appreciate everyone commenting though. Sorry about my blog address in the original post, I was going to continue to research scammers like this but decided to simply report on this website… Read more »
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stupid enough to fall for this
January 25, 2010 3:20 pm

Thanks, Gumshoe, for providing a forum here. I only just now was intelligent enough to google BHWX, where “scam” immediately came up after it. This was the site that convinced me to immediately sell my shares. Of course, I’ve lost over 50% already. Fortunately, it wasn’t a big investment, but I still feel like a fool. I suppose nothing more needs to be said about this jackass who swindled us. Just a chance to vent.

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Macman
March 5, 2010 11:34 am
The first time I followed his advice, the stock increased nicely over a day or two, up 10% – 15%; then it tanked, took a loss. It seems any increase in stock price comes in the first few days; sometimes only the first day; one case it was only the first few hours. If you want to use his service, get in quick and get out even quicker. My concern is the misleading numbers he often puts out, claiming the stock increased by “X” over a certain time period; in an effort to entice other prospective newsletter subscribers; most of… Read more »
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Jerrold
April 8, 2010 8:33 am

I think your all silly little babies. If your friend told you they had a stock recommendation or tip that a stock was going to go flying up you would all jump at the chance. Regardless of how he gets paid, he creates buying opportunities. For some like myself, it has worked out wonderfully. Where can you earn 10-50% or even more in such a short period of time? Learn his game and profit from it. You all want to blame everyone else because things didn’t go as you hoped.

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Monty
April 13, 2010 1:05 pm

To – Jerrold (April 8, 2010)
…still holding BGBR??? Or, did you get out before the predictable “dump” at 2X pre-announcement price???
> If you sold, congratulations on getting a few of the crumbs.
> If not, any change of attitude on this SOS (same old scam)?

This Richard guy (or whatever his real name is) is still way overdue for sitting in a jail cell with a burly and horny cell mate.

Rocky the Mauler
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Rocky the Mauler
April 28, 2010 3:58 pm

When are all you novice investors going to realize that this guy is a scammer and stop following the Golden Rainbow in the sky. He promotes the stock and then him and his friends dump with profit and leave all you losing your shirts.He gets paid from the company and his stock purchases. Only in America we allow this will happen. Put him in JAIL NOW.
Wish I could meet him for a day

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MGast
May 13, 2010 4:57 pm
Agree with all comments above. Got hoodwinked by “John Meriwether” (same guy, I’m sure). I let him recommend to me BHWX back in December 2009, and didn’t do anything then. Not sure why, but when he recommended BGBR back on the 7th April, 2010, I thought, hell let’s just buy 1000 shares and see where it leads. Well, it led to exactly the same pattern you guys have described: jump by 50%, then slow descent (all the while receiving emails saying “the big bounce will start”, “watch this space”, “still time to do your research”, “it will triple in price… Read more »
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rob
December 21, 2010 5:32 pm

I’am writing this to all those who didn’t realise this was a stock pumping scam from the get go . First,I’am speaking from on who has profited from this guy’s scam. I will inform those to becareful with these guys. Most if not all are connected with organise criminals. With that said don’t be greedy. Take the gain be it from small to substan. Good luck. “Out smart the greedy criminal.” If this site is a fishing defensive move by those who operate the trading scams go off yourself.

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Charlie
September 11, 2012 5:00 pm
Richard Fisher is sending out his latest notice to hype his pick to be released on September 21 2012. His email claims his last pick earlier this year went from .17 to 1.57 and the one before that went from .50 to 6.00. He must have forgotten about his May 2012 pick IZEA that was selling for .40 and after a 1 for 40 reverse stock split has lost 94% of its value. I accept full responsibility for my decision to buy. That worthless piece of shit did not twist my arm. I just hate a con man. He needs… Read more »
Charlie
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Charlie
September 11, 2012 5:57 pm
Richard Fisher uses an emailing service to send out his trash. The web site is http://www.icontact.com their number is 877-820-7837. I called them and as expected they do not validate the the information they send out. I understand that but I do believe that if everyone reading this would call them they may drop him to avoid the bad P.R. I know he will just find another service but we can go after him there. We can make his life miserable. This is for the people calling us babies and telling us we should have know better. In hind sight… Read more »
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