Now this is quite hilarious. If even the Godfather of Scamworld himself publicly and openly calls your appalling MLM racket a scam … it means that your appalling MLM racket is one gigantic super-duper-uber motherfucking scam. And that you are a pretty stupid scammer.
Apparently, Frank Kern not likey Empower Network so much … nope, not at all.
Dear Empower Network and iPas2 affiliates who are using my image to advertise on Facebook:
STOP LYING TO PEOPLE by implying that I endorse your “opportunity”.
I do not. I think it is an embarrassment to the community and a major target for regulatory action.
For anyone who give a d@mn:
Not only do I not endorse this, I openly OPPOSE it.
I support people working hard and making a living but this is about as compliant as a meth lab (in my unsubstantiated opinion) and I want nothing to do with it.
So – if you keep using my image to BLATANTLY LIE to people with your implied endorsement, your puny commission checks will go straight to your legal defense fund.
O … M … F … G. It’s kinda like the tragic Persian tale of Rostam and Sohrab … only without all the sad parts!
I don’t think you can mistakenly mistake here … because it’s unmistakably unmistakable. Frank Kern, pretty much straightforward, Facebookly declares that Empower Network is a scam. Why? Not because of his (nonexistent) gushing magnanimous altruism, mind you … but because he realizes how horribly unsubtle the Empower Network fraud is, and Franky doesn’t wish to be there when the Feds will come knockin’.
Empower Network’s David Wood, the guy whose soul is even dirtier than his thinning hair, is (was?) a huge aficionado of Frank Kern. David even defended Frank’s null and void honor when it seemed that everybody in the world was laughing at him. So he tried to be like him. But, unlike old-school trickster Frank, David is sort of a blunderous nincompoop who doesn’t understand the meaning of cunning (literally).
During the ultra-hyped launch of Empower Network’s new ridiculous blogging platform that nobody ever uses, “The Blog Beast” (seriously, you just cannot make these idiotic things up), David and his harem of crime dared to mock Frank’s (now pretty deceased) old cartel, the Internet Marketing Syndicate.
Oh David … if you only knew how to read, you might have understood what hubris is. And more importantly, the eventual price you pay for it.