Perpetual Formula is a complete scam. I gave a few, a prepaid credit card with insufficient funds, I now have them telling me that my account is growing and that I must verify my account ( deposit minimum 250 USD) in order to collect, David Parker who is one of them, is even telling me that my account is over 198,000.00, all i need to do is deposit appropriate funds. | Since then I have received information from approximately 45 supposed brokers all declaring guaranteed retirement. Here they are, please alert me if any of them are legit and I will be happy to invest. | Wow… am I ever glad I’m broke, my 4 children would not agree with me, but !!!!. | I thank you with all my heart, please let’s expose these **** animals. Perpetual formula stole my money and these people need to be investigated.


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