Magniwork Hoax Free Energy Generator Scam
Please note: We are proving you the following
information that is the research of independent scam watchers.
First off, no matter what... there no such thing as Free energy.
Rather only that the electricity generated after you have paid for
an electromagnetic generator would the energy output itself actually
be Free. Thus the term, Free Energy is used. With that said, please note the
We have nothing to do with the
'alleged' Magniwork Free Energy Generator that many are reporting to be a scam
that has spammed YouTube on a scale never seen before,
and still continues to sweep the web to this very day. We bring this
information to you because would be scammers can give valid
inventors a bad name.
So it's important that those like yourself are made fully aware of
what is going on in the market place today.
that scammers often set up dozens upon dozens of websites. These
websites can look like independent websites and use unsuspecting
affiliate's websites that have no idea one way or the other what's
going on. These affiliate websites run the scammer's ads, and
because the ads are located on affiliate's websites, these ads look
very professional in nature, which further spreads confusion to the real truth.
alike can setup websites
with fake reports disguised to look like legitimate reviews
and legitimate feed back from happy customers. such websites might
include phony scientist or researchers, and phony engineers who claim
to back the product. Even fact scammers have been known to use the
pictures of other without their knowledge. On YouTube, alone
Magniwork started using my name in their tags to get more
customers to look at their ads which used stolen videos. To this
very day, Magniwork continue to use my name to promote their
products and stolen videos.
The long and short of it all, one
thing stands clear. The day that someone delivers what Magniwork
claims, and it's the real deal, it will make world headlines, and
they would become world famous virtually overnight. Some 2 years
later, they are still lurking in the shadows. They don't show
their face, they don't give interviews, and no one really knows
exactly who these people really are for sure. It only goes to
reason that this alone raises a red flag.
take our word for it, we have done some extra research for you to
locate legitimate feedback that offers legitimate reviews, and real
honest feedback to what's going on. Be careful though, because some
of these website allow for outsiders to post their own opinion on
the matter. So you never know when some of those opinions are
actually one of their hundreds if not thousands of other affiliates
leaving a glowing review. But after you read the rest of the posts,
you begin to see the real picture.
So if you
would like to learn more about protecting yourself from possible Free Energy
Scams, we have provided a list of links that will better inform you.
This way you can make up your own mind for yourself. Sense mainstream
news agencies rarely if ever report on scams, scammers
can continue to work in the shadows of the ignorant.
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Magniwork Free Energy
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Off-Grid.Net readers have finally helped us
unmask the culprits behind the Magniwork magnetic generator scam.
The fraudsters have been swindling gullible
buyers with a $50 DIY guide to building a magnetic power generator
which claims to produce free energy. Physicists and energy experts
have dismissed the product as nonsense.
The brains behind the operation is a shady
East European scientist and entrepreneur known as Igor Dobreski. His
main accomplice and web-master is a slightly more engaging but still
dishonest character called Vojdan Vrcakovski.
But their accomplice,
the third, the most powerful and most surprising member of this
criminal troika turns out to be the internet itself. How so, you
Dobreski and Vrcakovski, started selling their
‘guide’ over the internet in Spring this year from their web-site at
Magniwork.com. Describing their device as a “perpetual motion
machine”, they claim that...
SCAM: Bogus Claim on Plagiarized Work
puts for a set of plans for a free energy device they claim could be
scaled to power an entire house. However, it turns out that the
first device they called for in their plans prior to June 2, 2009 is
nothing more than the
Bedini SG circuit, featured here at..
Update -7/27/09 – I’ve confirmed
with my own eyes that Magniwork is a SCAM! One of the readers was
kind enough to share the Magniwork plans with me and they are
laughable. The whole “document” is 57 pages long and looks like
something a kid in high school put together. The final...
The booklet starts out well enough, describing
the looming energy shortage and listing ways to reduce energy
consumption. There are no obvious problems here. It also contains
typical conspiracy themes, “All truth goes through three phases.
First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it
is accepted as being self evident.” and "In this book you will learn
how to construct another alternative source of energy, which has not
reached the mainstream media yet. But with time this energy will be
widely accepted and used. This is geared towards "suspension of
disbelief". The lunacy doesn't start until they lay out an
Some of The Known URLs & Affiliate Links Being Reported