UPDATE: MLM Pitchman Jeff Long Warned Against ‘EZ MONEY Pitches’ When He Fled DNA, Narc That Car Last Year; Long Now Promoting AutoXTen Cycler Amid Claims That Members Can ‘Turn $10 into $199,240’

This video in which Jeff Long was driving an automobile and pitching the MLM license-plate schemes of DNA and Narc That Car was edited to insert the red balloon and annoucement from Long that he had dumped both DNA and Narc -- and to warn prospects to stay away from "EZ MONEY'" MLM schemes. Long now is promoting AutoXTen amid claims the firm's matrix cycler can turn $10 into nearly $200,000 and is appropriate for "churches."

Jeff Long, one of the purported founders of the AutoXTen matrix-cycler scheme, warned his followers last year to “Stay away from ‘EZ MONEY’ pitches and claims.”

A year later, Long appears to be ignoring his own advice.

The 2010 warning appeared in a YouTube video Long edited after he had led his troops into registering for the Narc That Car and Data Network Affiliates’ (DNA) license-plate MLM schemes. Long first joined Narc, but quickly abandoned it in favor of DNA. He then touted DNA online and hawked the Phil Piccolo-associated scheme in a DNA sales-hype conference call.

Long, billed as DNA’s top recruiter,  then abandoned DNA. Both Narc and DNA came under Better Business Bureau and media scrutiny, and Long’s YouTube video became part of a Fox News local affiliate’s scam coverage. (See graphic below.)

Eventually Long edited the video to insert an announcement in a red balloon with white type that he no longer was with either DNA or Narc and to warn about “EZ MONEY” claims.

But Long now has emerged this year as a central figure in the AutoXTen cycler scheme.

One promo for AutoXTen claims members can “Turn $10 into $199,240.”

In 2010, Jeff Long's YouTube video for Narc That Car was referenced by Fox News 11 in Los Angeles as part of the station's Narc coverege. The original Narc video was repurposed by Long into a YouTube text pitch for DNA, but later edited to insert an annoucement Long had left both Narc and DNA.

Remarks attributed to Long on the AutoXTen help desk claim that AutoXTen is appropriate for “churches.” DNA made similar claims about one of its “programs” last year. After Long pulled out of both DNA and Narc after reportedly recruiting hundreds of participants, he noted in his YouTube red balloon that he hoped affiliates would “Be Blessed!”

Officials in Oregon yesterday announced a $345,000 penalty against cycler pitchman Kristopher K. Keeney, saying he was promoting a “pyramid scheme” and acting as an unlicensed seller of securities — while selling unregistered securities and lying to prospects of a collapsed matrix known as “InC” or “I need Cash.”

Keeney’s Oregon fine was broken down as follows, according to the state:

$100,000 for 221 violations of ORS 59.055 for “selling unregistered securities.”

$15,000 for 1 violation of ORS 59.055 for “offering to sell unregistered securities in Oregon.”

$100,000 for 221 violations of ORS 59.165(1) for “selling securities without a license.”

$30,000 for the “untrue statements of material facts made in connection with the sale of securities” in violation of ORS 59.135(2).

$100,000 for the “omissions of material facts in connection with the sale of securities” in violation of ORS 59.135(2).

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  1. Jeff Long is now promoting GoetPaid.social. Beware! Lots of people going to get ripped off. Here is my video regarding GetPiad.social: https://youtu.be/9SMUBHuaGEw

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