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Danneskjöld Forces Obama To Sign Bush Tax Cuts Behind Closed Doors APRIL 18 DEADLINE

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"Gives Every Taxpaying American the Right to Collect a “Cash Rebate” on Nearly EVERY Single Purchase Made in 2015."

http://pro.oxfordclub.com/TAX49OXFLFM...

"A statement on IRS.gov confirms “you don’t need receipts” to collect your rebate."


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I found that link thru the ETR newsletter. I am not affiliated with either them or the Oxford club, which sells in-depth information on this topic for 50 bucks. I am not a tax expert. This is timely, bona-fide information that I'm sharing with fellow Gulchers. If this information piece is new and beneficial to you, feel free to hit my tipjar at https://www.paypal.me/jflebrun . Thanks! -Jon


UPDATE
Here's a more detailed excerpt from the webpage:


"Late on Friday, December 18, 2015, President Obama quietly signed a new 233-page Congressional act into law.

There was little fanfare.

After all, it was the weekend before Christmas. And most of the White House reporters had already gone home for the holidays.

But buried deep inside the act, in Section 106, is a hidden bombshell... one that I believe deserves your immediate attention.

In short, it contains a program that...

Gives Every Taxpaying American the Right to Collect a “Cash Rebate” on Nearly EVERY Single Purchase Made in 2015

This is not a joke.

We’re talking about an opportunity to collect a “cash rebate” on virtually anything you paid for over the past year."


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  • Posted by Mamaemma 2 years, 3 months ago
    I got this, too. I figured it belongs in the "too good to be true" category, and, after all, A is A, so this is bull.
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      Posted by 2 years, 3 months ago
      pretty sad how this post was shot down. Apparently taking your money back from the government is just another scam these days. I will close this in a while. Wonder how many on here missed out eh.
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  • Posted by CircuitGuy 2 years, 3 months ago
    Everything about this sounds like a scam: The website starts a video. No links to the IRS site. You have to scroll way down to read it. It has popups if you try to leave. Your post asks for donations to you.
    If your post or this webpage are satire, it went right over my head.
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    • Posted by 2 years, 3 months ago
      They are not satire. Admittedly I didn't buy the service since I am not beholden to the IRS. I get sponsored messages from ETR and the Laissez-Faire Letter all the time, they filter for quality and care about their reputation.

      Sales webpages in 2016 with video are the norm now. Exit popups, while annoying, also make you think twice about a good offer.

      I'm glad my headline grabbed your attention tho. The idea is to have your hard-earned cash forcibly taken by the government flowing back to you. According to these people, you can get anywhere from one to several thousands back. Worth a look, and worth a donation if it really helps. Not?
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