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Mar 7, 2009 4:54 pm

I'm half watching TV and i see a 30 minute infomerical. Company name is Better Trades. You can probably figure it out. They are selling attendance at a workshop, which they hold all over the country, that will teach all the unemployed and other desparate people of the world to make a fortune trading at home. They show various purported "students" talking about how they made ..."$1000 in 4 minutes", $280,000 in my first four months of trading", " 243% return on one trade"  I can't believe they are allowed to do this. Isnt there some kind of a law against this? What I cant believe, is that their 'star spokesman" on the infomercial is none other than Jimmy Johnson, former Dallas Cowboys coach, talking about how much he learned from the program. You have got to be f***ing kidding me. With all the pain going on in the world right now, in the general population and in our industry, this is allowed to go on? They are advertising their seminar Financial Freedom Expo, which they are running all over NY area in the next two weeks.
 I googled Better Trades and plenty of stuff comes up  (including not only their marketing bullsh*t, but a site that has 36 ripoff reports on them.
Just for fun, i'd like to f*** this company over (and f*** Jimmy J over too). Anybody got any ideas?