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We get many inquiries about The Oxford Club. The 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. I have linked you to it.
So this is a legitimate company that has an excellent industry reputation. The BBB has had complaints about them, but none of the complaints involve the company promoting any type of a scam.
That said, economic and investment advice isn't an exact science. And depending upon your own knowledge in that area, you may find some of their publications much less useful than others. They can be too sophisticated for the casual investor, for example, or too simplistic for the experienced one. There is also no guarantee that by following any one person's investment advice that you're going to make a fortune. If there were, we would all be very, very rich.
But are they scammers? No.
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