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Russ Dalbey Scam Review
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Accurate Review of Russ Dalbey
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Russ Dalbey is a bit more unusual than most gurus. Instead of touting real estate investing, his course centers on buying and selling notes (mortgages). But before we get into that, it is noteworthy (pun intended) that Mr. Dalbey has been sued by the Federal Trade Commission and the Colorado Attorney General. Rather than fight and probably lose, he conceded, then filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy in 2011. So, it seems his course is no longer available.

We have been provided three court documents from a staff attorney for the Federal Trade Commission. These tell everythine one needs to know about Mr Dalbey and his offering

Document 1 is the federal court case (complaint) against Mr Dalbey and associates

Document 2 is the court's judgement

Document 3 is an arrest warrant issued against Mr Dalbey

In any case, a lengthy review of the problems with Russ Dalbey materials is pointless now that he has been shuffled out of the picture.

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