‘Winning In The Cash Flow Business’ Scammers Banned From Polluting Airwaves With Infomercials

‘Winning In The Cash Flow Business’ Scammers Banned From Polluting Airwaves With Infomercials

Do you need money? Everybody does, am I right? But not everyone has time to become a Wall Street lawyer. That’s why you need a simple, 3-step system to guide you through the process of making millions from the comfort of your own home. Unfortunately, you won’t be hearing about that system from Russ “Winning in the Cash Flow Business” Dalbey or his wife Catherine, as they have been banned from stinking up your late-night TV watching with any of their infomercials. [More]

FTC Sues People Behind "Winning In The Cash Flow Business" Infomercial

FTC Sues People Behind "Winning In The Cash Flow Business" Infomercial

For the last decade, the late-night TV airwaves have been home to a series of infomercials hawking a get rich quick system called “Winning in the Cash Flow Business,” in which some guy named Russell Dalbey explains over and over again how easy it is to make money by finding, brokering, and earning commissions on seller-financed promissory notes. Now, the FTC and the attorney general of Colorado are calling Dalbey’s bluff, suing him and his partners for allegedly defrauding an awful lot of insomniacs. [More]