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#30 - Picture  [+] (1 reply) 03/07/2016 on What? +11
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#34 - alimais (03/07/2016) [-]
Reminds me of "fluffy pony abuse"
#10 - who the heck is that guy?  [+] (12 replies) 03/01/2016 on nailed it +4
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#11 - yunch (03/01/2016) [-]
Here in my garage just bought this new Lamborghini here

You never saw this guy on Youtube? He had various youtube ads of himself. Bet it was all a bogus scheme.
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#19 - catburglarpenis (03/01/2016) [-]
Shit, wrong video

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#18 - catburglarpenis (03/01/2016) [-]
Here in My Garage with Tai Lopez  h3h3 reaction video

Yup. It was bullshit.
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#27 - FireFront (03/01/2016) [-]
Except that he still has his own channel is which is is constantly working in that house.. I don't think it's bullshit. He's a smart dude.
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#29 - catburglarpenis (03/01/2016) [-]
It's a hell of an investment to buy the house, cars and do the videos, yet it's a lot cheaper to rent these things. A house like that costs millions, then thousands a day with maintenance often employing a full crew. Then there's the expenditure of a full ad campaign vs. your absolute best click-through rate (which is less than one percent... No one has had a higher click-through rate ever, unless it was a test site visited only by manufacturer, family and friends.), to say nothing of ad blindness nowadays and the lack of entertaining shit in his videos to glue you to the end for the hook. Basically, the guy's got nothing.

Now clearly he got wealthy doing something. A TED Talk isn't a guarantee of wealth pre nor post but he has enough bought, borrowed or blue to get the locales for these videos, and that is something. However, he's not nearly as successful as the other huge Internet marketers out there. Hell, even Six Pack Secrets had a better buy and click through rate with far less oversight, expenditure, and employee payroll. Compare him to the giants in the industry of Internet marketing like Frank Kern, Eben Pagan, Dan Kennedy and even Wyatt Woodsmall to name a few, and you have consistent people who brag about having humble surroundings and then take the time to show the spaces afterwards in their videos, and they're multimillionaires. I was considered for a position in Eben's company that paid 250/hour flat, and 10% commission on sales which started at a grand... And he's not even the richest guy I named.

Frank tells of Nuevo Riche and what happens to them, and it syncs up with what Tai is doing. A lot of new millionaires will get the house and the car, realize how bad an investment it is, then sell it which is exactly what Frank did as well. Even the guy doing the re-write of Think And Grow Rich had that happen to him.

If Tai purchased that home and those cars, he's a shit-chucking idiot and he wouldn't be wealthy for long. Plus it'd have to be a pre-fab made in bulk (a ton of houses with the exact same layout) because that's a dead ringer for a rental in the Hollywood Hills that just so happens to be temporarily occupied for each of his video shoots sporadically with other people's rap video shoots and parties.

Either way he's lying about something. Ownership, sincerety, wealth distribution, something is a blatant lie.

Source: I used to be an Internet Marketer myself, one of the failures and didn't have nearly the oversight that he does. I studied Internet Marketing to a fault for 8 years about 12 hours a day and was constantly trying to churn out a profit. I attended the GKIC conference in 2011 and have personally spoken to and even collaborated with one of the Secret Millionaires, Joe Polish, and staff from both Tony Robbins' and Eben Pagan's teams.

Gotta say, I don't miss it fam. Unless you're on top, that world is lonely and dog-eat-dog. Not to mention a CONSISTENT drain on resources with snake oil salesmen EVERYWHERE.
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#30 - FireFront (03/01/2016) [-]
This thing where he is promoting his book is only a recent endeavor. I believe he made his money investing or managing businesses, and is now near the top. Watch his snap chat story, nobody on earth has the ability to fake the shit he puts on there.
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#31 - catburglarpenis (03/01/2016) [-]
Then he's a moron. He'll eventually downgrade to less oversight, because right now he's not recouping any of the loss from these ads. The business made from these ads are a complete loss. He honestly doesn't even make enough to cover the adcents.
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#32 - catburglarpenis (03/01/2016) [-]
All the other major marketers are giving him a wide berth until he peels his head out of his ass. He's become undiscussable in the world of marketing. They know he's a snake oil salesman and they want nothing to do with him.
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#33 - FireFront (03/01/2016) [-]
Or he is running a different business alongside this one.
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#34 - catburglarpenis (03/01/2016) [-]
Doesn't matter. He still isn't making enough to cover his adcents. The YouTube thing he does is a loss. Usually if you're selling something solid, the other major marketers are quick to help you out. But Tai? No one touches him. Tony Robbins refuses to talk about him, Eben won't say a word. Frank avoids the topic, and Dan acts like he doesn't know him, but that's also probably true, the guy doesn't even have internet at his house, but I digress.
#17 - anon (03/01/2016) [-]
adblocker m8. The unsung hero of the internet.
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#15 - redragond (03/01/2016) [-]
i saw the ads but as soon as he said "and you can too with one simple step", i basically knew it was bogus, but i thought he was someone noteworthy
#72 - im aware of that but after hundreds of 911 calls and being den…  [+] (1 reply) 02/27/2016 on Mini fact comp +1
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#73 - TheThinkingMan (02/27/2016) [-]
You are no alone in that. I think they should have done it way before even 5.
#25 - i dont even get how the police couldnt get in "hey we…  [+] (6 replies) 02/27/2016 on Mini fact comp +30
#67 - garena (02/27/2016) [-]
I mean, so many 911 calls, what were the calls about?
"Hey, could you guys come here? It's kind of cold in here, bring a jacket"
I imagine screaming, at least, cops shouldnt be allowed to do that, a 911 call is a 911 call.
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#41 - doctahhobo (02/27/2016) [-]
Like after the hundredth time I would have known something was up.

"Look we've had hundreds of complaints from this place, let us in NOW."


"Okay thank you for your time, bye bye now."

Honestly they're probably paid off. It's very well known that Scientology is corrupt as fuck and full of rich fucks.
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#48 - TheThinkingMan (02/27/2016) [-]
It's because Cops have to follow vampire rules. Gotta be invited in. Unless there is a warrant.
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#72 - redragond (02/27/2016) [-]
im aware of that but after hundreds of 911 calls and being denied entry they maybe shouldve considered getting a warrant
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#73 - TheThinkingMan (02/27/2016) [-]
You are no alone in that. I think they should have done it way before even 5.
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#45 - everyziggy (02/27/2016) [-]
Scientology has an army of lawyers. Most likely as soon as the police arrived the lawyers called down to their precinct and let their superiors know that if the officers entered without a warrant and it turned out to be nothing they would be sued to hell.