The Oxford Club publishes a newsletter that deals with economic and investment issues. The company has been around since 2001 and is an affiliate of Stansberry Associates Investment Research.
The Better Business Bureau has been aware of Oxford Club since its very beginnings. On a scale from A to F, the BBB has given Oxford Club an A+ rating. It doesn't get better than that. You can see the review and read the complaint history here.
So this is a legitimate company that is highly regarded. The BBB has had complaints about them, but none of the complaints involve the company promoting any type of a scam.
As for what you have described, it sounds too good to be true and probably is not nearly as dramatic as it sounds, though I have no reason whatsoever to believe that the Oxford Club is making fraudulent claims. They have no history of doing that, and I have heard of no such scams along those lines.
If this is new law involving a tax rebate, however, you need to ask the question about the rebate to an accountant or tax lawyer in our Tax section.
Sorry for the delay. I stepped away from the computer.
You would post a new question in our Tax Section in JustAnswer, just like you posted this one in our Fraud Examiner category. The company is legitimate, but investment advice is not a exact science. To find out the details of this government tax program and whether you're in a position to take advantage of it, you need an accountant.
Just checking in to see if you need more help or any clarification of my answer. If so, please reply here on this question thread.