Suspicious Real Estate Employment Opportunity




We saw this sign attached to base of telephone pole at the corner of Chicago and 50th streets in Lubbock TX USA.  An unnamed real estate investor seeks to employ a trainee offering earnings as high as 20,000 USD per month. Said investor requests a text with name and email address for all interested suckers.

The first question any person of intelligence would pose is why wouldn’t the gentleman just go ahead and pocket that 20K per month into his piggy bank? Another query would be did the businessman obtain a proper permit from the city of Lubbock to post his solicitation on public property? I suspect he hung it up hoping enough naive poor Texas Tech college students would jump all over the “money making opportunity” before police officers removed his defacement from pole. He did post his phone number of 806 337 2907 without otherwise identifying himself.

The phone number pulls back to an Amarillo TX landline whose owner appears to have paid to keep his/her name unlisted. Also note the clever Amarilloan entrepreneur chose to display his get rich scheme next to a bus stop where the foot traffic is likely poor/indigent and unable to own a car which might raise their level of financial desparation. Remember any billboard or publicly posted help wanted sign involves elements of deception. Be cautious before responding.



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  1. You aint kidding brother, I got caught up in something similar. It was NuSkin(Chieu Hy Phung) pyramid scheme. I just wish I had read the efforts of Limey Ethan Vanderbuilt whose investigative reporting acumen could have saved my untold stress, money, and time. Multi Level Marketing mlm companies like Seacret spa,Big Planet,Life Pak vitamins, must be researched thoroughly before being lured in to a lot of wasted time with little to no income where in many cases distributors are left holding inventory they can not send back for refund from the company that promised so much financial upside!

    1. A gentleman from our India named Harsh Agrawal believes that everybody on the face of the planet can liberate themselves from the shackles of an eight hour a day job by simply setting up a blog at godaddy or some other web hosting entity who did a super bowl ad. Harsh generously provides Basic & advanced money making techniques at his blog. I do wonder why he would want to tell other people how to make money when he already knows how to do that for himself????! He brags about flying all over the world and blogging from some random coffee shop. This cat must really be interesting!

      The self proclaimed digital nomad who characterized himself as an introvert says he makes tons of money from ad revenue. He claims you can discover yourself through writing and also profit immensely! The problem with Agrawal’s claim is that there are literally billions of blogs trying to do the same thing. He calls himself a simple guy who likes simplifying complex stuff, but it is impossible to shoutmeloud on the internet Harsh. Way too many blogs to get noticed so please quit bullshitting everybody in an attempt to generate Google Ad revenue.

      Raghav Chatterjee,vishal Bawa,Ashish Butala, Deepak Agrawal, Avinash,Ajeet,Shreya,Niharika Chakrabarti,Manoj, and Shakeel Lodhi all fervently espouse the movement to free thyself from the bonds of poverty.

    2. Realtor Valerie Crowell has no soul. She stated a condemned home in Lafayette California near San Francisco was worth $850,000. The red carded property had placard that said you could die if you entered. One of the bedrooms was hanging over a deep hole formed by mudslide.

      No wonder so many homes are for sale by OWNER! Ask Valerie if she would let her daughter move in to the derelict domicile.

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