RECOMMENDED VIEWING: Fox 5 Atlanta Airs Reports On Narc That Car; Not A Single Promoter Interviewed By Investigative Reporter Could Identify Narc Client

EDITOR’S NOTE: We encourage readers of the PP Blog to view these new reports on Fox 5 in Atlanta, which hit a stone wall when investigative reporter Dana Fowle tried to get answers from Narc That Car members and company management.

One of the striking things about the reports below is that not a single Narc member Fowle interviewed could name a single client of the company. Some members got testy with Fowle, despite the fact her questions were reasonable. She asked for minimal information. No one provided it.

Some people Fowle attempted to interview seemed offended that she dared even to ask questions. Despite the fact that Narc promoters routinely claim that lots of money can be made, there is an information vacuum on the company’s business practices. Some Narc members answered Fowle’s questions with questions, not providing a single, verifiable shred of information.

A woman who sponsored a well-attended Narc meeting said Fowle would have to get answers from Narc management — even though the woman was promoting the opportunity. No answers were forthcoming from the company, meaning no one with executive authority has come forward to answer even a single question.

Meanwhile, Narc reps are in the field promoting the company while both promoters and management remain mum. People literally appear to be promoting an opportunity they know absolutely nothing about — except that there is a way to make money with Narc. NOTE: Some readers may be interested in what Georgia Attorney General Thurbert E. Baker says in Part 2 of the Fox 5 package below.

Part One

Part 2

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10 Responses to “RECOMMENDED VIEWING: Fox 5 Atlanta Airs Reports On Narc That Car; Not A Single Promoter Interviewed By Investigative Reporter Could Identify Narc Client”

  1. I am just waiting on NTC to announce they are gong to make 100,000 millionaires, and they are a money magnet. Poor Andy has to be seething about now he didn’t think this up.

    Makes you wonder how many ASD reps are in this scam? I bet there are thousands, and when it goes down, we will hear the same old ‘evil’ government mantra, they should be able to do commerce with whomever they want, and of course the obligatory Social Security is a Ponzi. Brace yourselves folks, because it is coming.

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  2. My favourite answer was “Have you googled Jesus? They have something to say about everybody!”. By “they” I assume he means Google or the Internet in general.

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  3. ….nice job by DAna Fowle et al., although I suppose they are constrained by what they can say on-air. We are not so constrained. How can people NOT see that this is an obvious pyramid scheme?

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  4. This one is so bad. How can anyone in the world defend Narc. but why doesn’t the newcast, BBB or the AG look straight into the camera and call it like it is? What is the new cast worried about , being sued?
    How long has the company not answered the BBB? It’s time for a law to be passed that if you sponsor more then 3 people into a business that turns out to be illegal that you go to jail!!! it’s time to stop the promotes that still walk the streets who jump from ASD, to AVG, to Narc to DNA and so on and so on and so on. Until that happens this will never stop

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  5. I’m just waiting for the Data Network Affiliates Promoter/Lackeys to jump up and say “But, wait, we are different”! LOL

    ARWR

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  6. Yeah, DNA are different because they are even worse. Apart from having a useless tag collecting operation, they have cast their net even wider into some even more implausable schemes and are guided by the one man crime wave, Phil Piccolo. lol

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  7. just sick of it: This one is so bad. How can anyone in the world defend Narc. but why doesn’t the newcast, BBB or the AG look straight into the camera and call it like it is? What is the new cast worried about , being sued?

    Never fear,

    anyone with a sense of history when it comes to these beasts will recognize a familiar pattern emerging.

    HINT: In over 20 years of watching the “industry, I find it impossible to recall a single scam which has survived for more than a few short months after making it into the mainstream media.

    IM(very)HO it’s all downhill for DNA / CSI from here.

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  8. Just sick of it:

    I can’t agree with you more on this. I think the report tried to be nice by not saying these “believers” are really scamers! Do you really think they believe in the product, no, the only thing they believe in is they can make money out of it, an “opportunity”. They don’t give a damn about whether it is a mlm or pyramid scam(I happen to have two friends doing this, they even registered a company and rented office space to recruit consultant and they are fully aware this is a scam). They want to be there early, recruit more down lines, get their quick money and get the hell out of there before the shit hit the fan. They are equally guilty as those crooks who masterminded this scam. In a sense, they are no better than a Wall Street banker, only difference is the scale of the scam.

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  9. Arguably, most Wall Street bankers are “better” although I hate to defend them. For the most part, they were not intentionally breaking the law, unlike your friends. In fact, the Wall STreet guys were generally within the law, bu frequently showed bad judgement. Blame the laws perhaps…..even Warren Buffett says that Goldman Sachs is not guilty of breaking the laws. The same cannot be said for your criminal friends.

    ilus: Just sick of it:I can’t agree with you more on this. I think the report tried to be nice by not saying these “believers” are really scamers! Do you really think they believe in the product, no, the only thing they believe in is they can make money out of it, an “opportunity”. They don’t give a damn about whether it is a mlm or pyramid scam(I happen to have two friends doing this, they even registered a company and rented office space to recruit consultant and they are fully aware this is a scam). They want to be there early, recruit more down lines, get their quick money and get the hell out of there before the shit hit the fan. They are equally guilty as those crooks who masterminded this scam. In a sense, they are no better than a Wall Street banker, only difference is the scale of the scam.  (Quote)

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