ET founder chases $20m Firepower debt

The woes surrounding mystery fuel additive company and Western Force sponsor Firepower Group have deepened after one of its major backers, ET founder Ross Graham, commenced legal action to recover $20 million in loans and investments.


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he thought the product works. Think about that!!

This is a classical business pyramid scheme. The smooth talking front man (Tim Johnson) is the only financial winner. The little and not so little investors will receive nothing but empty pockets for believing in an outrageous sting that once again proves how gullible we humans are. “If it sounds to good……

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