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This video is an opinion and in no way should be construed as statements of fact. Scams, bad business opportunities, and fake gurus are subjective terms that mean different things to different people. I think someone who promises $100K/month for an upfront fee of $2K is a scam. Others would call it a Napoleon Hill pitch.

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45 Responses

  1. The Rest Of Us says:

    The people who called this guy the next Warren Buffett are the same people who called Elizabeth Holmes the next Steve Jobs.

  2. DreamBotter says:

    People not trusting the banks and then giving money to a guy named “Bankman” is something else

  3. Humble Scribe says:

    “That is not a ‘poor judgement call’, it is theft and fraud.”

    Coffeezilla telling it like it is.

  4. FistOfTheTitan says:

    He was so generous, he gave away his customers money!

  5. Abetts12 says:

    Just saying “I’m sorry” isn’t the same thing as being accountable

    • Jose Ker says:

      You need the practice 💤

    • tatesz says:

      WTF is he supposed to do at this point? It’s not enough… okay is he supposed to kill himself or come up with billions out of his ass or what?

    • Trao Lin says:

      Reminds me of BP Oil and the South Park skits

    • Sebastian johansson says:

      it didnt effect the democrats until now that they wont got the 1 billion dollars now they come crying lol

    • J F says:

      Yes it is. We have allowed it as a society. Especially if the person or company is rich AF.

      Example: BP oil spill. “We’re sorry” was a valid form of accountability.

      How many times has Zuckerberg said about Facebook “we’re sorry, and we will do better going forward”.

  6. Simon in a box says:

    It’s unbelievable how fast you can pump out these videos.

    This story dropped earlier today and you’ve already banged out a 20 min piece that brings it all together. Legend.

  7. maemorri says:

    The oldest rule still holds true: the easiest way to rob a bank is to own one.

  8. lolWillieP says:

    Reminds me of Enron using its own stock as collateral to hide its own debt

  9. Candyman says:

    My god, it’s just dawned on me that Coffee is actually at this point a serious journalist.

    He gets insider knowledge, he gets scoops and he does the work.

    This is blessed.

  10. Wayne Morgan says:

    He’s so “generous” that he likes to give your money away especially to himself. What a nice guy.

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