Okay this guy named... John Finn from the " Novus Tek Society" send me a letter 7 pages long front and back. From what I read also known as Neotech. Exact words... "Powerfull secrets", "Secret of all time for money, power, romantic-love!"
Has anyone else got any of this? I know of some people over the internet that has and "sent" in and got the free infomation... tisk how did they get my infomation??
lol, i get allsorts of emails, i had a chap in south america somewhere email me asking if i wanted to do a $500,000 deal lmao, all i had to do is pretend to be someone who dieds nephew, he would send all the documents i needed and once the $1,000,000 put in my bank we would split it
I got the same letter today 7/20. This is my first time here, and I'm not exactly sure what I'm doing yet. I believe my IM addresses are availiable to you. Can you tell me if you have learned any more information in regards to Novus Tek, or why they contacted you?
I never use email addies that are of importance to me when I register...NO MATTER where...use hotmail or something, email addies that can't be traced to a real name or home/work address. That's the safest way to go in my opinion..
Usally, in one way or another, your email addy will end up in a bulk list that is sold by different companies There is no way around that..
Nova Tech, Novus Tek, Neo Warriors Secret Society, Eric Savage
First let me tell you, LET YOUR FINGERS DO THE WALKING, THE NET GIVES YOU ALL THE INFO YOU SEEK, NOTHING IS SECRET !!
Here some info on Nova Tech Secret Society, Novus Tek...
look for Neo-Tech Publishing and you will find all the answers about that not so secret society.
Some food for thought... here is a complaint I found on the net regarding Novous Tek...
Date: 10th May 2000
Media: Direct mail
Public Complaint From: London
Neo-Tech Publishing Company Inc t/a Eric Savage
850 South Boulder Highway
Henderson Nevada 89015
Objection to a mailing of an information pack. The first part of the mailing was headed "Personal Memo From the Desk of Eric Savage". It stated " By the time you finish reading this ... you’ll know exactly what to do to make â€¦ $100,000 cash ... IN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS! prosper in every area of your life: emotionally, personally, physically, romantically and financially... how to control anyone and make any man or woman like you, admire you, or love you! 'The Neo-Tech Discovery’ works ... in ALL situations involving the transfer of power, money and love. It applies to the stock market, investment, your employer, business, politics, social situations and personal and romantic relationships games of chance ". The second part, headed "NEO-TECH PUBLISHING COMPANY", stated " we will send 582-page Neo-Tech Discovery to you free of charge when you purchase ¦ Neo-Tech application manual, the 458-page God-Man: Our Final Evolution ". Another page was headed "Historic Guarantees!" and stated "Guaranteed: you will be having sex with beautiful women in one week women will fall in love with you you will be making thousands of dollars each week at first get rid of illnesses, physical incompetence, pains, allergies, and addictions â€¦ lose all your fat get instant promotion ". The complainant challenged the efficacy of the advertised system.
Codes Section: 3.1, 6.1, 7.1 (Ed 9)
The advertisers said they did not understand the complaint but were willing to address the complainant's concerns. They maintained, however, that each claim was supported by fact in two manuscripts, now combined into a single publication, which they asserted they had distributed worldwide for over 20 years. They sent a copy but did not explain how the text supported the claims. They added that their website showed hundreds of supportive letters they had received from Britons who believed their lives had benefited from reading the manuscripts. The Authority was concerned that the advertisers had not answered its questions about the way they advertised and distributed the mailing. It noted the manuscripts comprised a five-volume, 820 page book, which gave advice on improving readers’ life-styles. The Authority reminded the advertisers that testimonials alone were not acceptable as substantiation. It considered that the advertisers had not provided evidence, other than anecdotal, to show the guaranteed earnings, improvements to health and other benefits claimed in the mailing had been, or could be, attained. The Authority asked the advertisers to consult the Committee of Advertising Practice Copy Advice team before advertising again.
Hi! I am responding to your "How did they get my information?". There's alot of mailing lists out there so your name must have ended up on one of them. But, concerning this society, does anyone know if they are based on Christian values or are they an occult with satanic beliefs? Dummy me ordered their fat 1,032 page book and it's due to arrive any day now. I was curious about the book and it would be fascinating reading, but there are subliminal messages within in it, and now I'm worried.