November stats for Frank Report show a slight increase from October.
November total views were 380,817.
This was 4724 more views than in October when total views were 376,093 (And, of course, there was one more day in October than November).
Within the next 24 to 36 hours Frank Report will have hit 6 million views.
As of December 3 at 3:15 am, the total views are 5,981,121.
So far this year, there have been more 4.7 million views.
Congrats. To Frank, can you limit shadow now?
Scott- Pick an MLM Scam and write about it! You bring it up with no followup on the Nxivm site. Very repetitive without saying anything.
If you wrote something of genuine interest I would read it. Scientology could keep you busy for years and give you the fighting spirit you are looking for.
You may know this already, but when you prepay, your contract says you can get a refund. Yet if you ask for your money back, you are called suppressive and no longer allowed in a Scientology building, nor to talk with a member in good standing. Yet the contract offering a refund requires you to meet certain people in a Scientology building and fill out paperwork in person. It’s virtually impossible yet it’s working for them. Attorneys are unable to do this for you.
Plus the IRS gave them tax-free status in 1986.
I think you have the power to follow through. I am 100% serious, this group has gotten away with too much for too long. They need some non-members to start fighting back.
I hope you take this on.
Why in the world would Frank write about Scientology? He has no experience with them, and there are already several very informative websites and forums dedicated to exposing that particular cult.
On a more optimistic note: the 99% who are reading without commenting shows what percentage of viewers must be convinced Nexians ARE vengeful terrorists or they’d be bolder and comment, right?
…Unless it’s Scott Johnson who has everyone scared speechless, not Nx.
Most blogs have a very small percentage of readers posting comments, and just because they don’t comment doesn’t mean they are afraid of anything, me or otherwise. But thanks for the compliment that I’m scarier than NXIVM, the MLM scam modeled after Amway. LOL
Agreed Heidi. Seems ones that post the most though, are somewhat obsessed . One obsessed with hating Mack, one super obsessed with loving Kruek, and one obsessed with MLM scams while name calling and being condescending toward others. It’s great to hear ex-nxivms with stories.
Congrats, FR! Interesting that out of the total number of all time visitors only a fraction over 1.5 percent ever dared to comment. Reduced further by the probability, evidenced by TK’s recent tallies, that Schlock Johnson accounts for over 30 percent, 1/3 of comments. That puts most commenters in the all-too-manageable 1% range of likely, classic Nx vengeance targets if not convicted (and maybe even if so).
Nx was already hard after my ass but I hope I didn’t miscalculate in the belief that if I “came out” publically other vengeance targets would also come crawling out of the woodwork. There’s safety in numbers — if we can’t get more folks to please speak up let’s work a little harder on shrinking the numbers in all Nx bank accounts that they use first and foremost to pay corrupt PI’s, attorneys and politicians to “destroy” their most outspoken critics.
And, Clare et al, please note it’s actually spelled Scott, S-C-O-T-T, Johnson of El Plano, TX whose made 3x’s the comments of anyone on here despite having no bone to pick.
[Deleted] Heidi, I have plenty of bones to pick. Raniere was in Amway before starting NXIVMand NXIVM is modeled after Amway.
You provide an excellent example to people who may still be too afraid to speak out against NXIVM and have taken some shots even here on this blog. I applaud you for not leaving and to continuing to comment.
Hee hee! Nice one Heidi! Couldn’t agree more :). Web trend analytics are pretty slippery and can be deceiving, but you nailed it in your explanation.
6,000,000 people means impact!!!
Wouldn’t it be useful and productive, with all of the visitor views, to not merely check on the latest gossipy, soap opera-ish NXIVM updates, but to also spread the word to educate others about other MLM scams?
I think the word is out and has been out. Some, many will continue to be swept into them. They’ll defiantly go against friends and family members, insisting they are wrong. The MLM business model can be legal so legislation is doubtful. It’s highly unlikely that Amway is ever going to be “taken down”. Others are starting up every day. People can be educated and most will make the correct decision. Others will stubbornly forge on, lose hopefully nothing more than some time and money. Ultimately they are victims of their own doing. They chose to ignore the warnings and pleadings of loved ones. They may even have destroyed relationships by way of their own arrogance and refusal to be “wrong”.
Amway has been around for how long and yet a new generation comes along and believes the pitch over everyone they know telling them they won’t be one of the few that make it big. Whether it’s Amway or one of the many others they don’t heed the warnings
Keep up the good work Frank! And thank you.
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