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West Plains, MO

FHTM - Fortune Hi Tech Marketing

The Blame Game deepens as Fortune Hi-Tech (FHTM) leaders attempt to destroy Whistleblower! By Slavick Scungilia, The Sentinel Talk to any of the top leaders in Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing nowadays and they will tell you that Joseph Isaacs is the key to their recent business failures, representative departures, product losses and legal woes. These stories have been fabricated by Paul Orberson and passed down to many of the leaders including Todd Rowland, Ruel Morton and Woodson Gardner, who have in turn spread the rumors through the lower ranks of the FHTM sales force. Fortune holds weekly leadership calls that include the Presidential Ambassadors and top NSM’s to discuss their legal woes and put a spin on the latest BS that they intend to disseminate to the troops in order to cover up the real truth about their scam and to totally discredit Isaacs. Instead of facing the facts about the situation, they claim he has single handedly destroyed their business relationships, their down lines, their product offerings and brought numerous AG's up their asses. If Isaacs is capable of such a huge feat - then FHTM should wake up and hire him to rebuild their highly tarnished image. Isaacs obviously possess better determination and skills than they ever gave him credit for.  (May 12, 2011 | post #688)

Houston, TX

Fortune Hi Tech Marketing (FHTM) Scam?

An important question concerning America's wider moral-standing in the world At a time when the current, elected leadership of the USA, and many Americans, have been claiming absolute moral authority in the wake of the US military's summary execution of Osama Bin Laden (the latest in a long line of megalomaniacal, psychopathic cult leaders guilty of perpetrating, and/or directing, evermore heinous crimes whilst steadfastly pretending absolute moral authority), yet again we have come back to an important question concerning America's wider moral-standing in the world, which the current, elected leadership of the USA, and many patriotic Americans, still seem incapable of comprehending, let alone addressing - Has (what is now commonly-referred to as) 'Multi-Level Marketing ' been: 1). a fundamentally-lawf ul and philanthropic enterprise created, self-regulated and openly-declared by honest and ethical Americans who have sold economically-viabl e 'business opportunities' through which significant numbers of fully-informed participants around the globe have been able to earn their livings by regularly retailing exclusive, good-value products, and/or services, to the public for a profit ? 2). a fundamentally-unla wful and pernicious enterprise created, centrally-controll ed and occulted by various gangs of narcissistic, US-based racketeers who have (as a result of chronic US regulatory failure and organized political corruption) been allowed to pretend absolute moral and intellectual authority whilst luring an endless-chain of tens of millions of ill-informed individuals around the globe into unconsiously participating in a series of essentially-identi cal, self-perpetuating, dissimulated closed-market swindles, and related advance fee frauds, which have generated, and continue to generate, many billions of dollars by exposing their victims (without their fully-informed consent) to co-ordinated, devious techniques of social, psychological and physical persuasion designed to shut down individuals' critical and evaluative faculties and convert them to the self-gratifying, but economically-suici dal, group-delusion that the exact duplication of a plan of self-consumption and recruitment can lead anyone to 'total financial freedom?' Perhaps the most powerful weapon against totalistic cults like 'al Qaeda', would be for the current, elected leadership of the USA to face up to reality and make the effort to put their own, far-from-morally-p erfect house in order. David Brear (copyright 2011)  (May 7, 2011 | post #176)

Houston, TX

Why do cops like donuts?

The same reason Paul Orberson likes monkeys.....  (Apr 18, 2011 | post #39)

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FHTM Canada... Is it possible to make a comfortable living?

2010, and the 1st quarter of 2011, have been bone chilling times for the Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing representatives or IR’s as known in their world. The owners of this scam continue to take advantage of 1000’s of new victims weekly by convincing them into joining as they reap the benefits of a purported $500Million dollar nationwide criminal enterprise. 2010 started off with the Attorney General of North Dakota issuing a cease and desist for operating a business in that state without the proper licensing. That was followed by the Montana Securities Commissioner, Monica Lindeen also shutting them down, but this time, it was for operating as an illegal endless recruiting pyramid scheme. The company was forced to change their business practices (in an attempt to make their business appear to be legal. Can you do that if you were already legal or is that an oxymoron), charge only $75.00 entrance fee (from the then current $299.00) to new Montanans who wished to explore the American Dream through FHTM and refund almost $1,000,000 to the good folks of that state who made no money and wanted a refund of monies paid. FHTM was also forced to produce (one time only) an income disclosure statement (“IDS”) which according to industry expert, Robert FitzPatrick who is the President of Pyramid Scheme Alert, is so skewed that it isn’t worth the paper it is written on because the figures do not include the almost 30% who did not make even a dime in this business opportunity. Looking at the numbers produced by FHTM itself, over 90% fail. In 2011 FHTM was added to the joint investigation by the FTC and individual state AG’s “Operation Empty Promises”. It was recently discovered that many representatives at the Executive and National level are pocking huge sums of cash from presentations and meeting and skirting their obligations to the IRS. This is not only promoted by but is also endorsed by Paul Orberson – the self proclaimed highest paid network marketer of all times.  (Apr 15, 2011 | post #180)

Lebanon, KY

What do u think bout Paul Orberson.

Everyone in Kentucky is a redneck! Courtesy of Corporate Frauds Watch: In 'MLM business opportunity' frauds, direct association with trusted brands has been a lie by Shyam No one now seriously disputes that deluded, core-'MLM' adherents look at 'MLM business opportunity' frauds only in two dimensions,'positi ve' and 'negative.' A growing mountain of quantifiable evidence proves that vast numbers of ill-informed people have been deceived into entering this style of camouflaged totalitarian cult, then, on the pretext that 'the duplication of a step-by-step positive plan will lead to success,' they have been intellectually-cas trated (without their fully-informed consent) so that their minds will only accept what their leaders have arbitrarily defined as 'positive,' and to exclude what these same charlatans have arbitrarily defined as 'negative.' When seen only in the fake 'positive' context of:'Business','Ind ependence',' Financial Freedom','Direct Selling','Low Risk','Income Opportunity', etc.'MLM business opportunity' frauds can appear to be authentic. This dangerous inversion of reality has been further confirmed by (apparently independent): celebrity endorsements, glossy-advertizing ,'Direct Selling Associations', etc.; all of which form a pattern of ongoing, major, racketeering activity, because all these artificially-creat ed, fake 'positive' contexts have actually been financed by the profits of fraud in order to continue to perpetrate the same fraud. It is only when you take 'MLM business opportunity' frauds out of their artificially-creat ed, fake 'positive' contexts, that their true, predatory nature becomes immediately obvious. One of the most-deceptive, fake 'positive' contexts in which 'MLM business opportunity' frauds have been presented is there apparent direct association with trusted brands. Currently, in the USA, the millionaire racketeers behind the 'Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing' lie are being challenged in court for having pretended direct association with some of America's most famous companies: including: General Electric, DuPont, Time, Verizon Wireless and AT&T, Travelocity, Peter Lamas and BSP Rewards Mall. For, according to documents presented in court, none of these companies has ever had a direct association with 'FHTM.' Furthermore, the officers of all these companies were actually unaware that their valuable brand-names and trademarks were being used by racketeers to commit fraud. The only connection that the 'FHTM' fake has had with all these authentic companies is that 'FHTM' has been a corporate customer of their products and services. Yet again, the use of this devious technique of psychological persuasion has been copied from the original 'MLM business opportunity' fraud,'Amway.' According to an 'FHTM' whistleblower, Joseph Isaacs:'When these companies find out that their trademarks, names, logos and reputations are being used by FHTM in order to aide FHTM in proving its legitimacy they will issue a cease and desist order, insist on actions to stop or not allow FHTM to market their products'. Indeed, currently every one of the companies listed above has either issued a cease and desist order against 'FHTM,' or no longer allows itself to be aligned with 'Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing.' Again, according to Joseph Isaacs,'FHTM leaders would systematically tell prospects during presentations that FHTM must be legal, because no iconic Fortune 100 company would affiliate with a scam' and that 'all of these major companies had sent their CEO’s and legal teams to meet with FHTM founder, Paul Orberson, to evaluate his MLM company.' Self-evidently these scripted-lies were part of an overall pattern of ongoing, major, racketeering activity. David Brear (copyright 2011)  (Apr 8, 2011 | post #10)

Morehead, KY

Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing

Courtesy of Corporate Frauds Watch: In 'MLM business opportunity' frauds, direct association with trusted brands has been a lie by Shyam No one now seriously disputes that deluded, core-'MLM' adherents look at 'MLM business opportunity' frauds only in two dimensions, 'positive' and 'negative.' A growing mountain of quantifiable evidence proves that vast numbers of ill-informed people have been deceived into entering this style of camouflaged totalitarian cult, then, on the pretext that 'the duplication of a step-by-step positive plan will lead to success,' they have been intellectually-cas trated (without their fully-informed consent) so that their minds will only accept what their leaders have arbitrarily defined as 'positive,' and to exclude what these same charlatans have arbitrarily defined as 'negative.' When seen only in the fake 'positive' context of: 'Business', 'Independence', 'Financial Freedom' , 'Direct Selling', 'Low Risk' , 'Income Opportunity', etc. 'MLM business opportunity' frauds can appear to be authentic. This dangerous inversion of reality has been further confirmed by (apparently independent) : celebrity endorsements, glossy-advertizing , 'Direct Selling Associations' , etc.; all of which form a pattern of ongoing, major, racketeering activity, because all these artificially-creat ed, fake 'positive' contexts have actually been financed by the profits of fraud in order to continue to perpetrate the same fraud. It is only when you take 'MLM business opportunity' frauds out of their artificially-creat ed, fake 'positive' contexts, that their true, predatory nature becomes immediately obvious. One of the most-deceptive, fake 'positive' contexts in which 'MLM business opportunity' frauds have been presented is there apparent direct association with trusted brands. Currently, in the USA, the millionaire racketeers behind the 'Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing' lie are being challenged in court for having pretended direct association with some of America's most famous companies: including: General Electric, DuPont, Time, Verizon Wireless and AT&T, Travelocity, Peter Lamas and BSP Rewards Mall. For, according to documents presented in court, none of these companies has ever had a direct association with 'FHTM.' Furthermore, the officers of all these companies were actually unaware that their valuable brand-names and trademarks were being used by racketeers to commit fraud. The only connection that the 'FHTM' fake has had with all these authentic companies is that 'FHTM' has been a corporate customer of their products and services. Yet again, the use of this devious technique of psychological persuasion has been copied from the original 'MLM business opportunity' fraud, 'Amway.' According to an 'FHTM' whistleblower, Joseph Isaacs: 'When these companies find out that their trademarks, names, logos and reputations are being used by FHTM in order to aide FHTM in proving its legitimacy they will issue a cease and desist order, insist on actions to stop or not allow FHTM to market their products'. Indeed, currently every one of the companies listed above has either issued a cease and desist order against 'FHTM,' or no longer allows itself to be aligned with 'Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing.' Again, according to Joseph Isaacs, 'FHTM leaders would systematically tell prospects during presentations that FHTM must be legal, because no iconic Fortune 100 company would affiliate with a scam' and that 'all of these major companies had sent their CEO’s and legal teams to meet with FHTM founder, Paul Orberson, to evaluate his MLM company.' Self-evidently these scripted-lies were part of an overall pattern of ongoing, major, racketeering activity. David Brear (copyright 2011)  (Apr 8, 2011 | post #393)