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Polaris Global in Ireland BEWARE

Polaris Global has for the past few years focused most of it's efforts on Australia. This is of course due to the influence of the former Miss Rachel Oliver now the current Mrs. Shane Krider. She is an ex Herbalife distributor in the Gold Coast area of Queensland which is well known for being the home of all types of scams and nefarious get rich quick schemes.

One of Rachel's recruits, one Lee Anne Bartlett, has for one reason or another decided to try to fleece some Irish people. Apparently Bartlett and the Kriders will be in Dublin on December 16 at the Clyde Court Hotel in Ballsbridge. They of course will be promising that you will make tons of money by following their "system". You will only have to buy their silly self development "course" for around $2500, then go on a cruise which will cost thousands more than you would normally pay, all the while paying through the nose for monthly expenses like a crappy website and lead generation.

Once you have paid your money you will become a "director" who is able to sell the same crap to other people in typical pyramid scam fashion. These people will then become your competitors etc. etc. All in all a complete load of shite. Polaris had a rep in Ireland a couple of years ago, appropriately named Howard Hughes. I am not sure if he will be trying to flog the dead horse, but take any promises with a shovel full of salt because Howard has never made back the money he spent despite what he might tell you.

If you are the sort of person who could sleep with a Limerick knacker's wife and then convince said knacker that you were a gynecologist only doing his job, then maybe Polaris Global is for you. Everybody else run a mile.

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