(971) 645-7265

located: United States, Canby - OR

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971-645-7265 is a phone number on a Cell Number. This device is registered in Canby, Oregon, OR.

Telephone number formats: 645-7265 (Local dialling)   (971) 645-7265 (Domestic dialling)   +1-971-645-7265 (International dialling) 

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Wants to know if I want to earn $1000.00 a day

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obnoxious spiel about earning $1000 per day.  BS!

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there is no such website either. How did this get through!!!!

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His real phone # is 315-491-1051... give Ken Heron a call and tell him how angry you are. Or email him at ken@kenheron.com

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He is a washed up radio DJ from Birmingham, Alabama... Go to his websites and listen to samples of his show... Voice is PRETTY DAMN FAMILLIAR isn't it??? Google Ken Heron, and click on any demo samples... Listen for yourself. I did my research. That's how I found him.

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I bet you are that person who called.  You just want people to call you and send you e-mails and check your website.  NO WAY!If not, how did you know his real name and number?

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His real phone # is 315-491-1051... give Ken Heron a call and tell him how angry you are. Or email him at ken@kenheron.com

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Not all work-at-home opportunities deliver on their promises. Many ads omit the fact that you may have to work many hours without pay. Or they don't disclose all the costs you will have to pay. Countless work-at-home schemes require you to spend your own money to place newspaper ads; make photocopies; or buy the envelopes, paper, stamps, and other supplies or equipment you need to do the job. The companies sponsoring the ads also may demand that you pay for instructions or "tutorial" software. Consumers deceived by these ads have lost thousands of dollars, in addition to their time and energy. Classic Work-at-Home Schemes Several types of offers are classic work-at-home schemes.Medical billing. Ads for pre-packaged businesses - known as billing centers - are in newspapers, on television and on the Internet. If you respond, you'll get a sales pitch that may sound something like this: There's "a crisis" in the health care system, due partly to the overwhelming task of processing paper claims. The solution is electronic claim processing. Because only a small percentage of claims are transmitted electronically, the market for billing centers is wide open.The promoter also may tell you that many doctors who process claims electronically want to "outsource" or contract out their billing services to save money. Promoters will promise that you can earn a substantial income working full or part time, providing services like billing, accounts receivable, electronic insurance claim processing and practice management to doctors and dentists. They also may assure you that no experience is required, that they will provide clients eager to buy your services or that their qualified salespeople will find clients for you.The reality: you will have to sell. These promoters rarely provide experienced sales staff or contacts within the medical community.The promoter will follow up by sending you materials that typically include a brochure, application, sample diskettes, a contract (licensing agreement), disclosure document, and in some cases, testimonial letters, videocassettes and reference lists. For your investment of $2,000 to $8,000, a promoter will promise software, training and technical support. And the company will encourage you to call its references. Make sure you get many names from which to chose. If only one or two names are given, they may be "shills" - people hired to give favorable testimonials. It's best to interview people in person, preferably where the business operates, to reduce your risk of being mislead by shills and also to get a better sense of how the business works.Few consumers who purchase a medical billing business opportunity are able to find clients, start a business and generate revenues - let alone recover their investment and earn a substantial income. Competition in the medical billing market is fierce and revolves around a number of large and well-established firms.Envelope stuffing. Promoters usually advertise that, for a "small" fee, they will tell you how to earn money stuffing envelopes at home. Later - when it's too late - you find out that the promoter never had any employment to offer. Instead, for your fee, you're likely to get a letter telling you to place the same "envelope-stuffing" ad in newspapers or magazines, or to send the ad to friends and relatives. 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618-355-1170

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I received a  fax stating had clients in your area who are interested in insurance & to call them back.

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SPAM sent by Sara M from City National Mortgage. Will call in the morning to have our number removed from there list.

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I received a  fax stating had clients in your area who are interested in insurance & to call them back.

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