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June 29, 2015

These ads are fascinating to me and for a while I thought I was going insane because I thought I was the only one who was seeing them. But they're of this guy Tai Lopez who calls himself an entrepreneur but what he is selling is pretty hard to figure out, which is usually one of the tell tale signs of a scam artist. I know that if you haven't heard of this guy these parody videos won't interest you, but this was stuck in my brain and I had to do this.

Have you seen the “Here in my garage…” pre-roll ads on YouTube? They’re made by Tai Lopez, a self-proclaimed entrepreneur. But what he is selling is pretty hard to figure out, which is usually one of the signs of a scam artist. Sure enough, he appears to be selling some sort of get-rich-quick scheme (although he assures us that’s not what it is) via a monthly subscription service where he gives you articles and information about his 67 steps to success. He claims to be a millionaire with fancy cars in his garage, which is why we should listen to him. It seems like it might be true that he is rich, although some say that he made his money from scam online dating sites.

He has hours and hours of video online, and they boggle my mind. I don’t want to besmirch unfairly, so if you’d like to check him out for yourelf, you can visit tailopez.website to see what it’s all about.

If you don’t know what we’re talking about, watch the original here and check out our parodies below.

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