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  • Sam Browning
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    Tom, If Tim actually controls distribution its relevant.

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  • Sam Browning
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    Do you have a copy of the original spam mailing you could reproduce here? Which name or business charged your credit card?

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  • bartbarton
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    Negative brother, my comments are relevant. I purchased it directly from a link provided by Mr. Ferriss the schmuck from a bounceback email reply directly from his Spammaster bitch. The customer service numbers were provided by the Schmuck's own email as well. If you sell me a product through a distributor, you better make sure the product gets delivered, its the American way - in case you don't understand that, douchebag.......BB

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  • Tom Kagan
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    Originally posted by bartbarton
    OK, sure...
    I purchased his product 'Bodyquicken' from his website, which I was directed to by his book "The Four Hour Workweek". He or his Indian assistant charged my Visa $89. I never received product (9 weeks later as of today). None of his phone numbers are authentic or reach the department they reference (i.e. customer service). One is answered by the Illinois Dept. of Corrections. Another always ends with "all circuits are busy", always. Still another...you get the picture. Email, same story. And thanks for the idiot reference, I think you know the truth here.

    His website, http://www.fourhourworkweek.com does not offer any ability to order the Bodyquicken product.

    Additionally, Bodyquicken is not sold directly. Even from the Bodyquicken website, the "Try it" link goes to one of the product's distributors - in this case, http://www.Bodybuilding.com

    Regardless of any and all other issues people may have with him or his product, unless you can show your problem with an one individual distibutor/reseller in a list of many is a systemic problem, your comments are in error and not at all relevant.

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  • Sam Browning
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    Do you think he hired the Illinois Department of Corrections to handle his customer service?(some correctional systems actually provide tele-services to some companies.

    As for my bluntness, we try to obtain the best information we can. Anyone can say someone sucks. If someone has a legitimate complaint they can provide specific information that will help someone else down the road.

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  • bartbarton
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    OK, sure...
    I purchased his product 'Bodyquicken' from his website, which I was directed to by his book "The Four Hour Workweek". He or his Indian assistant charged my Visa $89. I never received product (9 weeks later as of today). None of his phone numbers are authentic or reach the department they reference (i.e. customer service). One is answered by the Illinois Dept. of Corrections. Another always ends with "all circuits are busy", always. Still another...you get the picture. Email, same story. And thanks for the idiot reference, I think you know the truth here.

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  • Sam Browning
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    Originally posted by bartbarton
    TIM FERRISS IS A TOTAL FAKE IN ALL REGARDS. ORDER HIS PRODUCT AND YOU'LL SEE WHAT I MEAN.
    Would you like to support your argument and not come across as an idiot. For example what in his product is fake? Enumerate, elaborate.

    1.

    2.

    3.

    this is fake because:

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  • bartbarton
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    TIM FERRISS IS A TOTAL FAKE IN ALL REGARDS. ORDER HIS PRODUCT AND YOU'LL SEE WHAT I MEAN.

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  • ViciousFlamingo
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    Originally posted by jdi_90025
    it is true he holds a tango spins record with Guinness, but this record is meaningless. Tango is a sensual dance. Tango dancers do not perform nor complete for the most spins in a minute, and no real Tango dancer (except the one paid by Ferriss) would waste their time on such bullshit. I have no doubt his champion claims are bullshit too.
    So what you're saying is that his record claim is true (which we already knew), but pointless (which we also already knew). And by this you extrapolate that he's therefore lying about his other claims? Clearly your logic is faultless.

    By the by, SB, whatever happened to the people you were having ask some questions? Any results?

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  • jdi_90025
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    it is true he holds a tango spins record with Guinness, but this record is meaningless. Tango is a sensual dance. Tango dancers do not perform nor complete for the most spins in a minute, and no real Tango dancer (except the one paid by Ferriss) would waste their time on such bullshit. I have no doubt his champion claims are bullshit too.

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  • consortium11
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    Originally posted by Asia the Invincible
    I've asked several friends who are currently living in Japan about cagefighting. They couldn't think of a professional org that uses a cage, but would keep looking.
    I think it's changed it's name recently, but D.O.G. was the first Caged MMA show in Japan. I believe CAGEforce is Japanese as well.

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  • babo78
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    Originally posted by eyebeams
    Funny thing. If you head over the metafilter they commented that his pics were distorted to be extra wide, and when they fixed em . . . not quite so impressive.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/pinkheadedbug/482888546/

    Basically, he got a tan and shaved his chest.
    Don't forget about the lighting trick.

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  • new2bjj
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    This guy sounds like a Robert Kiyosaki for the Gen Y set. Kiyosaki made all kinds of claims to being an expert at real estate, when, after a records search, it was found he only had to small investment properties, ever. Turns out, the rich dad, poor dad author was mostly a speaker for AMWAY/. I have a feeling Ferris is a huckster of the nth degree, knowing no one would check on his credentials from China. Christ, I have trophy from the "Karate WAys Nationals", does that make me a national champion?

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  • eyebeams
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    Originally posted by Samuel Browning
    http://www.fourhourworkweek.com/blog...le-in-4-weeks/

    This is how he claims to have gained 34 pounds of muscle in four weeks. Its relevant because he provides his high school weight and a later weight this gives a rough idea of what weight class he may have fought at professionally. I am pretty surprised however that he would have gotten into muscle building AFTER he left competitive fighting.
    Funny thing. If you head over the metafilter they commented that his pics were distorted to be extra wide, and when they fixed em . . . not quite so impressive.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/pinkheadedbug/482888546/

    Basically, he got a tan and shaved his chest.

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  • avewhtguy
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    I watched one of his youtube interviews and he says he "was cage fighting in Germany"

    hope that helps.

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