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We need all our readers to work with us if we are going to make any decent progress in stopping these energy scam artists. The link goes to a page that explains our costs and how we cover them. We really do need a few moments of your time to overcome the well funded strategy these criminals have at their disposal.

Schauberger The Schauberger Generator presentation is certainly one of the more fanciful conspiracy theories I have heard for some time. References to Hitler, secret plans to win the war, and even the American Intelligence Services. Sincerely readers, we do hope that few of you will get past the first 5 seconds of this plain nonsense.

This site will soon be gone because the law will catch up with them. And please remember as you think of entering your credit card number. If you are lucky all you will lose is the monies for this scam. You are more probably going to find your bank account emptied out. And I think we know where that cash is going?

One of the clues to a web site being a scam is found in it's behavior. If the site is reliable, it will make no attempt to suck you in with inflammatory or contentious comments. If it is dangerous it will try and lure you in. Further it will implement a "trap" that catches your departure, and usually makes some additional or extra financial offer. Only those who know they have to scam you up front or lose you to ever lasting common sense, use these techniques.


If someone is making large amounts of money from selling books and videos on free energy, be very suspicious. If someone is selling plans for "real" free-energy devices, they are a ripoff. Don't waste your money. Or if someone is selling "Dealer ships" or investment opportunities for a free energy corp, hold tight to your wallet and RUN!

Plans that offer instructions on how to build a solar panel, a wind generator, or power factor correction units are a scam. Much as we know IOU's are imperfect in how they supply us energy, please do not be deceived by foolish allegations of conspiracy.

For good ideas on how to install a DIY solar energy system, do read the articles in our Solar Energy Forum, written by a Licensed Solar contractor with a NABCEP certification. The author has 24 years experience in installing solar energy systems, and has collaborated with us to provide readers an informed safe place to begin their research.

These scams offering near free energy have hijacked the social media, Internet and search engines. The need for affiliate marketing has duped many publishers into allowing false positive commentary on these "near fraud" practices. Added to this, the perpetrators have engaged in a systematic program to create new web content, targeted at search terms looking for reviews, containing bogus rebuttals and further false energy saving claims.

We encourage readers to become selective in the energy sites they frequent, to know that search results can be misleading, and to only consider reviews from trusted energy saving publishers like Open4Energy or MapAWatt.

If you are seeing this page, do take a look at this article titled Power Factor: Dissipating the Myths published by David Stonier-Gibson of SPLat Controls, or our overview on Power Factor to protect yourself from the many power factor correction scams doing the rounds!

You may have heard that Amazon started to collect Internet sales tax in California. Do remember that Internet sales tax funds many local services, and the web sites that collect it correctly help you!


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