If you’d ask David Wood how many truly prosperous members Empower NetCult has, he would froth the same noxious poison as his ancestral progenitors … and spew forth a stream of toxic foaming lies. That’s just the nature of venomous creatures with no soul (no offense to any species of insect).
Loyal to the legacy of good old Charles, Empower Network generates some sustainable revenue (more than $500 a month) for only 1% out of its entire proselytized congregation while the rest merely try to fake it till they never make it … which makes these few bold words very sad.
One of the very few who precariously perches himself atop the great pyramid is Vick Strizheus … and he got there via the only sinister path he had ever trod upon all of his forlorn wretched life.
Vitaliy Strizheus was an insurance salesman that really loved to fill out life insurance applications so darn much … that he had begun faking them. In return for his unyielding (and quite illegal) affections towards the made-up clientele, Vitaliy had been awarded hefty commissions from the unaware company for whom he had worked.
After he pilfered around $30,000, Vitaliy finally got caught … because shockingly, fake folks can’t make real recurring payments for an extended period of time. Only due to the generosity of the judge who took into consideration Vitaliy’s family, in 2009 he was given a 90 day weekends only sentence that even would have made Li Lo jealous.
But you know how the sentence goes, “Once you go quack…” (or something). Rather than be grateful and walk the straight and narrow, “Vitaliy” plainly transformed himself into a “Vick” and the convicted for grand theft chameleon mysteriously changed into the bogus online guru of nothing.
Since his sentence, Vitaliy/Vick Strizheus has been systematically launching scams with the same pernicious, repetitious pattern: He releases an incomplete valueless product through boilerplate boastful promises of “Learn how to make [fabricated extravagant sum] from a [concocted profession] guru for only [costly price for $0 real worth]!” After a while Vick abruptly scurries away, leaving his victims stranded in limbo.
Frauducts such as:
I cannot find their support info easily and when I did, I have been emailing them since forever.
Dont join 7 figure marketing school because Vick is a smart ass scam artist who has a support system that stinks and does not pay his affiliates.
VICK STRIZHEUS..This guy is a CROOK !! BIG CROOK !! If you order his “FREE” CD and just agree to pay for the shipping cost, he apparently ignores the box that you check to refuse enrollment in his online school and then he is set up so that you can not get back in touch with him after he illegally adds monthly autopay to your credit card or check.
Overall, it was an exciting program at first, until you realize that Vick is just leading you along with broken promises until you pass your refund period. After doing research, I found that Vick has a history of making big promises to get a program going, then stops it, basically taking peoples money for products never made fully available.
I have been a part of GSC and now High Traffic Academy. The HTA site took a double payment from me on the same day with receipts. Another payment left my credit card but wasn’t receipted. I have contacted the support centre of GSC and HTA but get absolutely no answers to my questions/queries other than demands for my credit card number.
For the win, Captain Vick!
Vick’s latest Doña Paz venture is called Big Idea Mastermind (any resemblance to a real idea or mastermind is purely coincidental). The concept behind this current BIM charlatan-ship is to plainly ride in the wake of another hyped up poop dream, Empower Network.
While EN lures the hapless hopeful through magically enriching educational materials, BIM reels in through … even more magically enriching educational materials! Like they always say in Hogwarts where Harry flaps his quasi-sentient wand and Hermione gives you a blowjob, You can never get enough hallucination-education!
From the wizardly Interwebz:
Big Idea Mastermind is part of Empower Network. This pure hype and BS They get you join for $45. Then they tell you that this is the basic level and the training and money you make at this level is not very good and need to upgrade good to the $500 level. or $1000 or all in at $3500. They don’t tell you that up front.
But after he screwed so many customers/marks, eventually his criminal past came back to cyber chomp him on the ass … and Vick surfaced again as the convicted felon Vitaliy. People started to doubt his (nonexistent) integrity and Vick had to issue some response. If you have the stomach for it, here’s Vicktaliy unintelligibly murmuring and muttering for half an hour:
Update: The video has been taken down … because Vick is a bastardous wussy.
Here’s a concise summary of Vick’s version of the course of events (in between one digression to another diversion):
- Vick didn’t mention the story until now because it didn’t “serve anybody.” Why would a grand theft conviction be relevant to people who might give Vick their money?
- Vick was an awesome salesman!
- Vick doesn’t know shit about math. Apparently, this is not really a required qualification for an awesome salesman.
- Vick needed money for “something,” so in order to get a “thing” in advance he kinda sorta filed a bunch of sorta fake insurance applications for kinda sorta fictional people. Kinda sorta.
- Vick kinda sorta “forgot” to return the in advance “thing” and so a few years later he was surprisingly arrested, because presumably that’s what the law calls “stealing.”
- Vick devised his later ruses in the best place to devise anything, in prison!
- Anybody who mentions Vick’s GRAND THEFT CONVICTION FELONY is just a jealous hater and one should never ever merely allude Vitaliy/Vick Strizheus’ GRAND THEFT CONVICTION FELONY.