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I was just sent a letter asking to join a secret "Nouveau Tech" society. I'm not going to do it - the letter reeks of a scam.

However, I just was wondering if anyone else has gotten this kind of letter - it is kind of creepy.

I recieved a letter today. From the start, I felt something had to be fishy about so I took it to work with me. Two of my co-worker and I spent two surfing the net and found nothing positive about the Society. To me, it's another scam!!! Thanks for the information.

Sub: #851 posted on Wed, 03/08/2006 - 16:22


When will we all learn, nothing is for free. My letter went to the garbage just like a telemarketing call. It's good to see that even though this letter tells us there's more out there, I am smart enough to monitor our my own life and make my own decisions. Like a previous comment, where are these people getting our names and addresses from?

Sub: #852 posted on Thu, 03/09/2006 - 16:20


I received this well written, convincing letter, but there was only one problem, there are no such things as secrets, sooner or later some one in the society will probably
Write another book, and spill the beans.

Sub: #853 posted on Thu, 03/09/2006 - 17:36


I received the letter written by Kirsten and sent for free book. I also send for the book I paid quite alot of money for but only 556 pages. plus a book by Tracey Alexander Breakthrough to Enligtenment. Alot goes against the grain. I have not started the manual yet.

Sub: #854 posted on Fri, 03/10/2006 - 00:00


My husband received his letter about 2 weeks ago and with immense interest in us both, I had faxed the letter. I just received the second letter along with the Free, and yes, it was free 56-page booklet. After reading the second letter and book I had noticed that the same stories that I read in the first and second letters were pretty much the same darn words if not exact in some parts as what I read in the book. It then states that to receive the "10-second miracle" that you should send in a payment of $139 in just 6 days. First off, 6 days, are you serious? That didn't even give me enough time to really check it out and read the book and then write and send the check. And what if we were out of town on a "first-class flight" to Las Vegas? (hint the sarcastic tone) Money does tend to make people seem to fall in love with you and friends all around. Win the lottery and watch them all come in like a flock of starved seagulls to a piece of fish. I have to be honest, it was quite interesting and I thank you guys for posting your statements. I had thrown away the letters and the booklet. All I have to say is shame on Nouveau Tech although I must say it doesn't sound like a cult to me but more like a "pyramid-type" scam. And just what is the "cycle two" of you life? Furthermore, I agree, if it was meant to be a secret then why send the letter to my husband in C/O of me?? Once again, thank you all for your saved me $139 plus some!

Sub: #855 posted on Fri, 03/10/2006 - 00:08


I too recieved a letter, being the curious soul that I am I paid 140.00 for the book. There may be some value in it I am still undecided about that. I do know that it isn't worth 140.00! In these letters, they keep giving you a very short deadline. This really bothers me. I was intreagued at first but have now come to the conclusion that it must be a scam. 2300 year old secrets! Right!

Sub: #856 posted on Fri, 03/10/2006 - 10:22


I received my letter yesterday, and it said I had to respond by March 10, 2006. Aw shucks, I missed the cutoff time. There are so many scams out there, and my first inclination was to do google, and as always,
lots to read, but none so far to make me want to sign up. Thanks y'all.

Sub: #857 posted on Fri, 03/10/2006 - 13:01


Well. I got the letter 2 weeks ago and replied. They sent me the "Orientation Booklet" which is the "First Installment". This part of their deal was "Free." I wondered as I read the booklet how they got my name, and why I was supposedly picked for greatness!
I my mind I thought it may be a hoax, so I decided to research Noveau Tech Society on the internet and came across your site.
Thanks for letting me know about this scam. As they say, If It Seems Too Good To Be True, Then It Usually Is! Thanks!

Sub: #858 posted on Sat, 03/11/2006 - 06:38


got me in a letter to from them for free they said ,i had to send it in befor the 10 i did ,and went to there web site started reading got a phone call right after i faxed it to them they asked larry i said yes they hung up, there number 1-999-9999 called the phone company what they said was it was the cult,and most i have read just talks about busness,and trying to get you to think diffrent about things and the gov.i wont give them any thing i am looking to get some thing for noughting my self wont get any thing out of this guy latter all

Sub: #859 posted on Sat, 03/11/2006 - 20:09


I like how they state the time has come now is when my hidden talents have peaked. And if i miss this window of opportunity it will never come again. Well this is at least my second last chance in the last 2 years. I throw away a lot of junk mail without even opening it. I'm sure I've thrown out other once in a life tiom opportunties.

Sub: #860 posted on Sat, 03/11/2006 - 22:03


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