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Freedom Club USA - ‘Will the Truth Set Us Free?’
Written August 7, 2009 by Margie Casey
As my eye brows raised, it was hard to contain my growl, while I listened to a kind hearted developer tell me about a new exciting investment club that would provide millions of dollars of investment equity to his community. This developer had recently attended a conference call with 1,600 members on the call. These members are waiting for ‘rewards’ from an underground money reserve they claim similar to our US Treasury, a reserve which Freedom Club USA also claims our government has been secretly hiding from the American people. The developer asked if I would personally speak with ‘Ray’ to learn more.
I patiently listened to this fast talking man tell me about how millions of dollars called ‘rewards’ would soon be available for ‘members only’ to invest and buy debt. He talked so fast, it was hard to keep up with him as he moved from the charity work Freedom Club USA plans to do, how they would teach members asset protection, and ‘change our world.’ He talked about a ‘Tom’ from Atlanta and a ‘George’ from Hawaii being the mastermind leaders. I literally had to stop him for a bathroom break to silence him. I had heard enough. It reminds me of a client I was working with named Peter, who every time I called to say hello, said the exact same thing, intensely, for more than an hour. I stopped calling Peter.
It appears Freedom Club USA is contacting developers to host a ‘conference’ at their property. I can see it now; a developer spends precious dollars entertaining conference attendees with hopes to sell property. After the party is cleaned up, the developer promptly follows up only to find that attendees have not received their ‘rewards’ yet and the developer is left with zero sales.
I asked the developer if he was charged a membership fee for this free money. (I knew he was because I had already been pitched membership by Peter) Freedom Club USA charged him $300 to become a member and $2,000 for a personal review of his assets to see how much he is eligible for in ‘rewards’. The next thought in my head, identity theft. Needless to say, I smell a rat. Either the efforts and intentions behind Freedom Club USA are pure and genuine, or this will make Dateline News some day. I hope I’m 100% wrong and will freely admit it.
Ray claims this club is actually an agency of the federal government. You decide for yourself. Here is a link to their website: http://freedomclubusa.com/home