Saturday, 15 July 2017

Joanna Lumley has not cut her ties with the 'Utility Warehouse' racket.

Statutory Warning

More than half a century of quantifiable evidence, proves beyond all reasonable doubt that:
  • what has become popularly-known as 'Multi-Level Marketing' is nothing more than an absurd, cultic, economic pseudo-science.
  • the impressive-sounding made-up term 'MLM,' is, therefore, part of an extensive, thought-stopping, non-traditional jargon which has been developed, and constantly-repeated, by the instigators, and associates, of various, copy-cat, major, and minor, ongoing organised crime groups (hiding behind labyrinths of legally-registered corporate structures) to shut-down the critical, and evaluative, faculties of victims, and of casual observers, in order to perpetrate, and dissimulate, a series of blame-the-victim rigged-market swindles or pyramid scams (dressed up as 'legitimate direct selling income opportunites'), and related advance-fee frauds (dressed up as 'legitimate training and motivation, self-betterment, programs, recruitment leads, lead generation systems,' etc.).
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Joanna Lumley Utility Warehouse advert



Part-transcript of a 'Utility Warehouse' recruitment video, 2017

"Becoming a Utility Warehouse partner is easy and risk free
Even the joining fee is fully refundable
If you have second thoughts after your training you'll get it back no questions asked.
You can work on your business part time, full time or from time to time.
It's like a mini franchise, but without any financial risk or stock to buy.
Spend a few hours per week building your business and you will quickly find yourself earning an extra few hundred pounds each month.
Keep going, work a little harder and you could earn thousands of pounds extra each month
You don't need to be a salesman, a utility expert or a workaholic, just organised and committed and passionate about helping others to save money and building a better future for yourself
And you won't be thrown in at the deep end - you'll get help every step of the way with free training an experienced mentor and local support groups who will share their knowledge and experience with you.
Every time you introduce a new member to Utility Warehouse, you'll get paid.
The more new members you introduce: the more you'll earn, it's that simple.
And what's more you will continue to get paid a % of their Utility bill for as long as they stay a member.
That means every time they boil a kettle, switch on the heating, make a phone call, you'll get paid.
But it doesn't stop there.
If the members you introduce become a partner like you and sign up the people they know you'll get paid again - a small part of their utility spend every month.
That could mean a regular extra income for life.
And there's another reward that I really love - seeing more and more people share in the success of Utility Warehouse, not just cutting their household bills, but as a partner fulfilling their ambitions and dreams.
There's no limit to how far or how fast your business can grow.
Start small with the people you know and grow big with the people you don't.
Tens of thousands of people have already become Utility Warehouse partners and are reaping the rewards financially socially and through gaining new skills and confidence.
It's a purple army that is leading a revolution in the way that people buy their utility services.
Why don't you join them?
It could earn you financial freedom for life."


Joanna Lumley  

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www.theguardian.com/money/2017/jul/08/get-rich-quick-utility-warehouse-energy-scheme-joanna-lumley

Last week, a UK financial journalist, Rupert Jones, began to take a closer look at one chapter of the pernicious 'Utopian' fairy story entitled  'Utility Warehouse MLM Income Opportunity.' Although this commendable media report (which was guided by my own research and that of Robert FitzPatrick) could only scratch the surface of the 'MLM' phenomenon, within hours of it appearing, the 'Utility Warehouse' propaganda video it referred to (featuring iconic British celebrity, Joanna Lumley) had vanished from Youtube.

Despite the fact that the bosses of 'Utility Warehouse' have (contrary to the UK Fraud Act 2006 section 3) made a considerable effort to hide the quantifiable results of their so-called 'MLM Income Opportunity' from the public, probably on the advice of the Guardian's lawyers, Rupert Jones described this demonstrably-unlawful enterprise as: 'legal.'

A Blog reader then contacted me who imagined that, because the video had vanished, 'Joanna Lumley must have realised her gaff and cut her ties with Utility Warehouse.'

Unfortunately, Joanna Lumley is still being used not only to commit fraud in the UK, but also to prevent victims of the fraud from facing reality and complaining. Furthermore, although I accept how difficult it must be for her to face the truth, Joanna Lumley now cannot plead ignorance.

So far, Joanna Lumley has refused to make any comment on these matters, whilst Blog readers can still watch her acting out the comic-book ritual 'MLM' controlling scenario as 'reality,' by clicking on the link below.

www.uwopportunity.co.uk/?v=autoplay


David Brear (copyright 2017)


4 comments:

  1. Guardian reader15 July 2017 at 06:15

    As far as I can see in cons like this, the more convinced the top Bots are their group's path is the right one to riches, the more chance they have of converting other people. MLM delusion feeds off itself doesn't it?

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    1. Guardian reader - Yes 'MLM' is the pseudo-economic focus for a self-perpetuating non-rational ritual belief system, and it has been designed to fit the instinctual desires of a broad range of people.

      In Eric Scheibeler's book, 'Merchants of Deception,' he describes how he rose in the ranks of the 'Amway' cult, but was then confronted with the truth about 'MLM.' ie The money wasn't made from selling products, it was made from selling belief in a 'step-by-step plan to achieve success MLM.'

      The 'success plan' is always contained in an endless series of recordings, publications and meetings - all of which constantly repeat essentially the same close-logic messages.

      Eric had to decide whether to continue to live the lie and get a share of the profits, or to blow the whistle.

      The 'MLM' phenomenon can be accurately described as an infectious virus designed not to infect unprotected electronic computers, but to take control of unprotected organic computers (ie human minds).

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    2. Product based pyramids were evrywhere in the 1970s. I'm old enough to remember the media exposing them as frauds so why is the media now frightened to label them as frauds?

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    3. Anonymous - You are right, these are essentially the same pyramid frauds that appeared in the 1970s, but they now hide in plain sight, generate vast unlawful profits and pay taxes. Remember, 'Utility Warehouse' is 'Telecom Plus' (a PLC still worth almost £ one billon) and media lawyers remain cautious for fear of costly lawsuits. 'UW's' boss, multi-millionaire, Charles Wigoder (the son of a famous Jewish barrister who sat in the House of Lords), is friendly with leading members of the UK Tory party (currently in government) and with leading members of the UK legal profession (including a senior member of the UK Supreme Court). Wigoder has given pots of cash to his political and legal allies.

      In brief, Charles Wigoder (just like Bernie Madoff) is a member of the establishment and he is still widely-regarded as high-profile Jewish philanthropist. The truth about Wigoder's dissimulated criminal enterprise remains unthinkable to many people, particularly, to members of the establishment.

      Also remember, even though masses of people on Wall St. knew damn-well that Bernie Madoff was a liar and crook, almost everyone kept their mouths shut.

      People who live in glass penthouses never throw stones.

      Harry Markoplis tried to blow the whistle on Madoff for years, but his detailed complaints to the regulators, press, etc., were completely ignored. In the end, it was Madoff's own sons who went to the FBI to save their own necks.

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