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XL Results Foundation/Roger Hamilton / Pyramid Scheme, Trickster, Scam

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Cash strapped ‘Get Rich Quick Scam’ targets Hong Kong Consumers – 4 December, 2008

Traveling Pyramid Scheme operator - Roger Hamilton and the XL Results Foundation

Individuals of the local business community are warned to do due diligence when dealing with XL Results Foundation pte ltd www.resultsfoundation.com (registered in Singapore Company registration: 200107729C, based out of Bali) operating a multimillion dollar global Get Rich Quick Investment Scam and Charity Scam.

Warnings against the cult have been issued globally by consumer associations (/link removed/ http://www.rip-off.co.uk, www.hotscams.com, ) consumer activists, whistle blowers and news media revelations in Singapore, Australia and New Zealand.

Bloggers from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Shanghai, Singapore and the United Kingdom have issued warnings against the scam.

Pyramid Scheme operator, Roger Hamilton, Chairman of XL Results Foundation pte ltd, will hit Hong Kong on the 4th December, 2008
http://roger120408.eventbrite.com/ to raise money for the cash strapped Get Rich Quick Scam. The Ponzi scheme has been hit with mass refund requests and legal action from consumers in Asia Pacific and Europe.

During the Hong Kong event Fraudster, Roger Hamilton will prey on consumers and attempt to extract USD $15, 000 from the gullible for an XL life membership. XL is a bogus business networking scheme that bilks would-be entrepreneurs for membership money while providing them with non-existent training and networking opportunities.

Operating a sophisticated smoke and mirrors website created with the intent to cheat the public, XL Results Foundation promotes itself as the largest entrepreneur network in the world and charges consumers a premium to join the program. XL has not been able to substantiate the claim. The scam preys on weak minded easily manipulated and vulnerable individuals.

After parting with thousands of dollars, duped consumers are left empty handed and shame faced and have no legal recourse. Operating under the guise of a foundation, consumers believe they are joining a social enterprise and charity which suggests it has donated $72 million in funds. Roger Hamilton and XL Results Foundation have been unable to support this claim and have blocked legal requests for full disclosure of the company accounts amidst pyramid scheme and charity fraud allegations.

XL Results Foundation pte ltd has been under international media scrutiny after 150 Singaporean members of the scheme demanded a refund claiming they were duped and cheated by the Chairman of the company, Confidence Trickster Roger Hamilton.

The community campaigner who co-ordinated the mass refunds is Ms Ann Phua, Chairman of a Women’s Business Group email anph@rvmediaworld.com.

Disgruntled members have been advised to lodge complaints with the Consumer Protection Agency.

Allegations against the company include XL Results Foundation’s revenue source is from the constant recruitment of members into the scam a classic pyramid scheme structure. Roger Hamilton has suggested he is the victim of a slur campaign and that international media did not do due diligence, all classic conman tactics.

Hamilton and his cohorts are using membership funds to stave of legal action and protect the scam from exposure. XL Results Foundation is a smoke and mirrors scam which has created a web of lies to deflect questions into the company’s suspect business practices.

(The Federal Trade Commission advises that the practice of getting commissions from recruiting new members is outlawed as "pyramiding."[9]). Pyramid Schemes are illegal worldwide).

Consumers who are solicited by XL Results Foundation and its associates are advised to contact the Consumer Council in their respective country for advice.
Related Links


http://blog.datamanagementsolutions.biz/2008/06/shonky-operator.html
http://www.bizop.ca/blog2/complaints-and-investigations/xl-results-foundation/
http://mingtiandi.com/?p=58
http://www.brilliant4biz.com/category/xl-results-foundation/
http://xlresultsfoundationscam.blogspot.com
http://www.businessesfromhell.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=401
http://www.stuff.co.nz/4287069a6442.html
http://www.pyramidschemealert.org
http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/articles/2007/05/30/1180205312469.html

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  • Do
      11th of Jan, 2011
    0 Votes

    Bait and Switch Scam to prey on Australian consumers, Roger James Hamilton repackages scam to dupe consumers. Steer clear of the Wealth Dynamics Academy operated by One Life.

    Roger James Hamilton the British, Get Rich Quick, snake oil salesman of XL Results Foundation (the now defunct business scam) that ripped off thousands of consumers for million of dollars globally will target Australian consumers on the Gold Coast on the 24th to 27th February, 2011.

    Roger James Hamilton is operating the new scam, Wealth Dynamics Academy in collaboration with the equally dubious business partner Roy McDonald, founder of One Life, these two deadbeats are birds of a feather. (A background check on Roy McDonald with the relevant Australian consumers associations confirm consumers complaints go back to the early 1990’s).

    As Roger James Hamilton’s thieving reputation precedes him, his ‘wingman’ for the upcoming event will be a Mr Topher Morrison who will be presenting the repackaged scam in February under the new name: Wealth Dynamics Academy and encouraging Australian consumers to part with $3, 990.00 for the unaccredited and unrecognised course.

    Is Mr Topher Morrison part of the elaborate scam? Or an unwitting victim?

    The scam targets individuals who can be easily manipulated and brain washed to part with their money. Consumers will get fast tracked into a scam that has cheated consumers from the UK, Africa, Asia and America.

    http://www.onelifecentral.com/products/Wealth-Dynamics-Academy%2C-Gold-Coast-24-%252d-27-February-2011.html

    Australian consumers should steer clear of Roger James Hamilton and his associates who have one goal to cheat you out of your hard earned money.

    For a background on the previous scam’s Roger James Hamilton has operated refer to the following:

    http://www.businessesfromhell.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1243
    http://xl-exposed.blogspot.com/2009/04/golden-in-seychelles.html
    http://www.acra.gov.sg
    http://blog.datamanagementsolutions.biz/2008/06/shonky-operator.html
    http://www.bizop.ca/blog2/complaints-and-investigations/xl-results-foundation/
    http://mingtiandi.com/?p=58
    http://www.brilliant4biz.com/category/xl-results-foundation/
    http://xlresultsfoundationscam.blogspot.com
    http://www.businessesfromhell.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=401
    http://www.stuff.co.nz/4287069a6442.html
    http://www.pyramidschemealert.org
    http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/articles/2007/05/30/1180205312469.html

  • Ms
      28th of Jan, 2011
    0 Votes

    Roger James Hamilton, Chairman of the now defunct business networking scheme XL Results Foundation tried to bring his Get Rich Quick scheme into Canada in a bid to prey on a fresh batch of untapped consumers. Hamilton’s plans went awry when a local Ontario based lawyer Michael Webster who specialises in fraudulent businesses started posting comments and seeking information on Roger James Hamilton on his blog http://www.bizop.ca

    You guessed it, Roger James Hamilton and his wagon train, hightailed it out of Canada leaving a cloud of dust behind them.

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