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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 sell never arrived but the newsletters congratulating folks on how much money they made on the stocks I had bought on their recommendations showed up, I began looking into their operation a bit more. I found out they are what is called a ‘pump and dump’ operation and unless you are on their ‘insiders’ list, you get the notice to buy the stock (sometimes) but never get the notice on when to sell it and make your money. Hence, I put nearly five thousand dollars into stocks they recommended which are now worth around six hundred dollars. According to their email…SOMEBODY made a lot of money on those stocks but since I never received a notice on when to sell…I am not one of them.
I was a newbie when I signed up for their newsletter and an honest person who actually made the mistake of believing that most other folks were also. Well, I am still a newbie to the stock market and now I am afraid to get involved with it any more but I am much more aware of the crooks out there.
DON’T WASTE YOUR MONEY WITH MICHAEL AND HIS DOUBLING STOCKS ‘ROBOT’…IT IS A SCAM!!!

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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 was very friendly and willing to refund, but the paperwork they wanted is impossible to obtain because it is the original credit card paperwork that cohen receives. No paperwork, no refund.

Like I said-buyer beware.
JK

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JN
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 exactly the same way for each of his last two “picks.”
There is another trash king out there calling himself “Jason Kelly” with an outfit called “Day Trading Robot.” They also sell a scam called “MARL.” This is supposedly a penny stock picking “robot.” I’ll admit it, I was suckered into purchasing this worse than useless piece of software. After two weeks of paper trading, it was apparent this “MARL” was garbage. Good luck trying to get a refund. They do NOT honor refund requests. Anyway, this dispicable “Jason Kelly” character is just another name “Michael Cohen” goes by. They are one in the same.
What this dynamic duo does is spend a few weeks or months hyping their next pick to the moon as just the greatest pick of the year or some such hyperbole. Apparently they have separate e-mail databases to which they can send their spam. One will be a couple of days behind the other as a way to extend the “pump” phase of their pump and dump scam once the “pick” is unvieled. The brains behind this little charade don’t even bother to send differently worded e-mails. It’s a total lie but I guess it works. They are still out there spamming away.
In their most recent promotion, these alleged stock pickers stated they would quit stocks if their latest pick did not triple in price. Catchy gimmick…unless it doesn’t work. Last I saw, the latest pick (BGBR) took a dive right out of the gate and has not recovered but the Choen/Kelly dynamic duo is still there, spewing out their toxic garbage.

In short, don’t waste your money on anything associated with “Doubling Stocks,” “DayTrading Robot,” “Jason Kelly,” or “Michael Cohen.”

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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.

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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 is >$50 mil.

Either a trap or invitation to “open season scams”, Based on zero prosecutions or even investigations of the many pump & dump scams of the last year+ I’d say it is “open season” for minor league “Bernie Madoff types. The CYA hastily thrown together “reward program” (reaction to SEC Madoff black eye) for “busting” P&Ds etc. didn’t last past one well publicized bust of a married couple openly running multiple P&Ds that received LIFE in prison! “Reporting citizen” received “reward” in seven figures. I was two hours late with my evidence. Such is life!

Since then I have presented significant documentation of four more penny P&D operations to SEC containing much more proof than case they convicted BUT SEC no longer even responds to me. Scumbags and crooks all! Some also on SEC payroll (IMO). THIS is “real life”! Beware! 90% lose in penny stocks.

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ThePennyStockDestroyer
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ThePennyStockDestroyer
June 15, 2017 5:44 pm

I love this newsletter it easily gives me access to all of the blatant pumps out there so I can buy the beginning and short the crap out of it after, if you actually believe that this newsletter is going to give you legit picks you are one stupid piece of crap. Read the description, “Email “stock alert” for microcap stocks, from PAID stock promoters.” If they are getting paid to promote something its not legit, welcome to the world mi amigo.

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