Fraud - Mega Drought USA or World War Water is another Clickbank Scam - Do not be Fooled

Fraud - Mega Drought USA or World War Water is another Clickbank Scam - Do not be Fooled

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The John Gilmore Mega Drought USA or World War Water system located at the website below is another scam created by online scammers. The scam attempts to frighten online users into buying a bogus water generating system called World War Water or Mega Drought USA on Clickbank, which the scammers claim was created by the Israeli army. The so-called John Gilmore claims his water generating system collects water from thin air, which online users should buy in preparation for the 100-year drought predicted by NASA. But, the narrator of the video is not John Gilmore the survivalist, it is a scammer or someone the scammers paid to pretend to be him.

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The "Mega Drought USA" or "World War Water" Website

The "Mega Drought USA" or "World War Water" Scam at megadroughtusa.org


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Online users who have already purchased the "Mega Drought USA" or "World War Water" at megadroughtusa.org are asked to cancel their orders using the confirmation email they were sent by Clickbank or contact Clickbank at www.clickbank.com for help canceling their orders. Do not let those scammers get rich from your hard-earned money and take you for a fool.

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