Facebook Groups Facebook groups are helping people just like YOU!

Have you bought the “Turning Robocalls Into Cash” kit? Or are you still waiting, because you’re afraid you won’t understand how to make it work for you? Well, what if I told you that the facebook groups can make it even easier to collect on illegal robocalls?

Either way, we’ve got good news… The facebook groups are designed to help you stop robocalls, and make robocallers pay you. Each of the groups has a specific role, and we wanted to let you know that what each of them is, and how you can join.

First, there’s the main group, “Turning Robocalls Into Cash”, which is designed to answer basic robocall questions, and share news about robocalls case law, and changes to robocalls legislation. There are about 1700 members in that group, where consumer credit expert and kit creator Doc Compton is a frequent contributor. Compton also frequently hosts live robocalls question and answer videos in the group. In addition, you’ll often see proof of other members success with the kit… People regularly post copies of their settlement checks from robocallers.

In order to join the group, you’ll have to answer three very basic questions. After a quick review of your answers, your membership will be approved. But beware… Failure to answer the questions will lead to your membership being declined.

Next, there’s the “Robocalls To Cash Members Only” group, designed for those who’ve already purchased the kit. Growing daily, that group has several hundred robocalls kit users in it. Many of those members have collected anywhere from a few hundred dollars in robocall settlements, all the way up to in the tens of thousands of dollars in robocalls settlement checks! In this group, members share specific information about robocallers they’ve dealt with, and share major insider secrets. The members only group has helped quite a few new kit users on a path to big checks. Simply speaking, the other members help drastically shorten the learning curve.

To join the members only group, you’ll have to provide the email you used when purchasing the kit. But make sure you enter the correct email…Entering no email, or an inaccurate one will mean that your request will be denied!

Hopefully, you’ve already purchased the “Turning Robocalls Into Cash” kit. If not, you should, but either way, be sure to join one of the groups. You’ll no doubt find tons of valuable information about dealing with robocalls.

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