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Author Topic: Nigerian free energy scam  (Read 3036 times)
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Some of you might be aware of the story about the Nigerian schoolgirls that allegedly made a free energy machine.  Our comrades at EF have been following up on this and the trail has led to a person named Ezekiel Izuogu.  This person has a new free energy machine that can allegedly power a house.  I think that we have all heard that one before.

Somebody got a letter from him with the details:

http://www.energeticforum.com/renewable-energy/6841-lockridge-type-principal-device-tesla-self-run-motor-generator-5.html#post121134

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Dear David,

Thank you for your further enquiries on the M-1000.The designs for a
practical and commercial prototype which is the M-1000/450,are ready
and a working model can be produced in 2 weeks.This is because the
machine has no more than 10 parts.

But the snag is that it is a patented product and if you wish to
produce for commercial purposes the law demands that you sign a
licensing with us.IF HOWEVER YOU WISH TO PRODUCE JUST ONE FOR YOUR OWN
USE,YOU MAY NOT NEED A LICENSING AGREEMENT BUT YOU WILL HAVE TO PAY US
FOR LIMITED RIGHT TO PRODUCE OUR DESIGN,WITH AN UNDERTAKING NOT TO
COMMERCIALISE.
We can give you right to produce for personal use for just $100,000.00
with signed full money back guarantee.
Machine will serve you for a minimum of 30 years with no external energy input.

With a good mechanical engineering/production workshop,machine can be
produced and working in a minimum of 2 weeks and maximum of 4.

If you have any more questions,do not hesitate to get in touch.

Sincerely,

ezekiel

The above represents the lowest of the low in the free energy cottage industry.  This guy Ezekiel is hoping to strike it rich by finding a wealthy and gullible person that would be stupid enough to send him a bank transfer for $100,000.  Then he will simply disappear.  It's noteworthy to mention again that the trail started with the two Nigerian girls.  The two girls don't have a small free energy machine, the whole thing is a scam.  Reporters that have no technical knowledge can easily be manipulated into publishing articles about stuff that isn't real, it happens all the time.

MileHigh
   
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OMG, I'm shocked, just shocked, Nigeria is such a honest country with no history of trying to scam people! Who in their right mind would believe that two technically advanced school girls could not make an over-unity device!, Just Shocked! :D
   
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