I seriously doubt that his members created any solar panels... making a solar panel, unless it is for hot water generation, is a high-tech enterprise, and not something a home user is going to be able to do. Most people aren't going to be capable or willing to make their own wind generator. At the least, he's not being truthful in that statement...The solar panels and wind generators that my members created look amazing!
Wow, pretty sure of yourself. How can you call someone a fraud, when YOU are making claims based on assumption?I agree imagine. I just went to the site. This guy is a fake and a fraud.
BTW he looks like he has one foot in the grave.
Ok man you take the plunge let us know if you can as he says. "Save your energy bill by 80 percent".Who knows? It might work, it might not. I'll just have to research more!
Ok give it a go."Michael's complete step-by-step fully illustrated manual + easy to follow videos will have you generating your own electricity for less than $200!"
I read the top link (bottom one didn't work), very interesting, but still no concrete answer. It seems people have had good experiences, and others terrible experiences.Ref: The UnSponsored Link: Consumer Reports WebWatch's Weblog: Earth4Energy.com Falls Short of WebWatch Guidelines
Another big indication is the number of domains that promote to the site and including a prominently named "RipOff" that glowing discusses the site that the domain indicates.
My verdict - scam to the highest degree (please do read the link above as well as this one: http://nlcpr.com/Deceptions6.php)....
Earth4Energy is fraudulent. Earth4Energy is a SCAM. Earth4Energy is a ripoff.I read the top link (bottom one didn't work), very interesting, but still no concrete answer.
I read the top link (bottom one didn't work), very interesting, but still no concrete answer. It seems people have had good experiences, and others terrible experiences.
I guess it depends on your outlook going in. I look at everything in life the same way, the answer is neither black nor white, its usually somewhere in the grey area.
It probs takes more work, and cost a little more than advertised, but it may work given some trial and error.
I just don't see why a liveaboard can't build their own solar pannels, for much less than what a standard pannels from ie:Sharp costs.
It'd be interesting hearing from a Sailnet member who's tried it, for some reason i trust people on hear more than from some random site.
Thanks, that one worked.
It was the part from someone you has no idea about the product, never met the guy he called a fraud, and simply made an accusation based on opinion.Not quite sure what part of it is a fraud did you not understand???