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Beware of the Phony Entrepreneurial Gurus — They’re Scamming the Younger Generation

The ‘get rich quick’ gurus aren’t pitching young adults by accident.

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Tai Lopez focuses his camera as he stands in his dimly-lit garage. In the background lies a polished, bright-red Ferrari that sits next to a jet-black Lamborghini, and a bookshelf which supposedly holds over…




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