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I received an email that linked to a video by someone named Brad Anderson (probably a fake name). The video touted that I could make $10,200 per week, or $40,800 per month, based on an expiring patent.

I wrote down the patent number as he spoke it (which I'm sure they weren't counting on) - Z0361193. I looked up the patent at on the U.S. Patent Office website http://patft.uspto.gov/netahtml/PTO/srchnum.htm and the patent doesn't exist. When I navigated away from the page a popup appeared and asked if I wanted to just read the text.

I did, and in the text there was a DIFFERENT patent number, D0365193, and it too was fake! LIES!

Reason of review: Blatant lies means untrustworthy.

Monetary Loss: $249.

Preferred solution: Full refund.

Agora Financial Cons: Lies.

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