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Problem number one. Matt Trainer who started Wukar is a convicted felon already.

By Jim Gallagher, St. Louis Post-Dispatch Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News

Apr. 27--Matthew Trainer and his brother Jason pleaded guilty to mail fraud Thursday in federal court in St. Louis, after blowing nearly $2 million in investors' money in high-risk stock trading and high-rolling trips to Las Vegas.

Matthew Trainer, 30, could face up to 10 years in prison and $500,000 in fines when sentenced for two counts of mail fraud. Jason Trainer, 28, pleaded guilty to one count and could be sentenced to up to five years in prison and assessed a $250,000 fine.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Ray Gruender said that, as part of the plea agreement, Matthew Trainer promised to help prosecutors track down whatever of the fortune may be left

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Anonymous
#1078342

My name is jim and I am a member of Wukar, but only because right now i DON'T HAVE TO PAY ANYTHING.Mr.

Trainor owes me thousands of 'credits' for work I did for him over a year ago and I am just hanging around out of morbid curiosity to see how they squirm out of paying us out. I am already successful online but want to make sure unethical people like Matt and Tarlese don't get away with these ripoffs.

It's been a steady barrage of 'new opportunities', changes of direction, illnesses, change of personnel, etc. etc. etc.

Anything to delay a few more weeks or months.

Now I am waiting for Wukademy, which will no doubt be recycled training that will cost more than it's worth.

If Wukar and Matt are so great, why is your Facebook group secret and anyone who questions or complains gets thrown out of the group ?

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1078747

I am willing to bet you're not about to see anything paid to you.These two live in one of the swankiest new apartment buildings in one of the least swankiest neighborhoods of San Diego.

By that I mean a neighborhood that has been featured more than once on national news stories for having one of the highest instances of meth users. Not even kidding. And I know that neighborhood well because I used to live two blocks from where she does now. Also from the looks of things from pictures on Tarlese's Facebook profile they got a new Lamborghini a few months ago.

Honestly it was kind of funny to see their new car half under water when the garages in that new complex flooded since the whole time the building was trying to get approval to be built the flooding from the beach was a concern brought up at planning meetings. Who builds underground garages next to the ocean?

What I'm trying to say is from the lifestyle I see this woman trying to portray and knowing the thousands of dollars they're paying in rent for their apartment and all the parties they seem to have, plus the new car, I would say you can count on nothing coming your way.

How else would they fund their travels and lifestyle since it seems like neither of them wants an actual job?

Anonymous
to Anonymous San Diego, California, United States #1149299

Rotator already launched, ***

Several people already have sales and testimonials. That's what happens when you aren't a quitter... Just sayin.

Love Tar'Lese

(because I'm not a coward who hides behind "anonymous")

Anonymous
to Anonymous San Diego, California, United States #1090669

The rotator already launched "Jim" and credits were issued, so why are you here complaining?

Oh and Wukademy launched also.

stop coming to complain when you already received what was coming to you!

Oh and why don't you message ME and say these things?

Because you are FULL OF *** and try to blame other, GET A LIFE.

If you can't complain to the source, then SHUT UP

Anonymous
Oceanside, California, United States #1038865

You're a *** ***, why don't you use your REAL NAME, wanna know why? Because you are full of ***.

Stop making up LIES!

I can GUARANTEE that NONE of you have paid Matt Trainer a PENNY.

Stop spreading lies and get a life loser

Anonymous
to Tarlese #1055794

We all just hang around making up lies about you guys for the heck of it i guess.Get over yourself.

Notice how people like Charles Ngo, Greg Davis, Benjamin Young, Ricco Davis and other legit affiliate marketers who offer training don't have the negative reviews like you two.

I guess everyone is wrong. I also notice nobody coming on either of your facebook walls proclaiming to have made any money.

Everyone who comments on your *** haven't wired you any money to be scammed.They are all drinking your *** koolaid.

Anonymous
to Anonymous San Diego, California, United States #1090673

Cool story "anonymous"

Why don't you use your real name? Want to know why? because you are a COWARD and KNOW that you have never paid a penny to Matt.

So SAVE IT

Anonymous
to Tarlese #1061444

Why would anyone do business with this guy?

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newspapers & news wires

St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

FEDERAL AGENTS ARREST FORMER FUND MANAGER MATTHEW TRAINER ON MAIL FRAUD CHARGES: INVESTORS LOST AS MUCH AS $2.5 MILLION BEFORE THEY WERE TOLD THE FUND WAS BROKE.(Business)

Article from: St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO) | March 8, 2001 | Gallagher, Jim | Copyright

inShare Matthew Trainer, once seen by investors as a stock market whiz, was arrested on mail fraud charges Wednesday, the U.S. attorney's office said. Federal agents arrested Trainer at the Atlanta airport as he arrived from Panama, said assistant U.S. attorney Ray Grunder.

The U.S. Attorney's office asked that he be held without bail. Trainer, 30, operated the Hardcastle Hedge Fund from O'Fallon and Wentzville. At least 38 people invested between $1.6 million and $2.5 million in the fund in 1999 and last year.

Last May, Trainer told investors that the fund was broke. He then moved to Panama.

In a telephone interview last week, Trainer told the Post-Dispatch that he lost most of the money trading in the stock market.…

Anonymous
Oceanside, California, United States #1038863

Why are you bringing up things from 15 years ago ***. Get a life

Anonymous
to TarLese #1050974

is it not relevant just because it was 15 years ago.

The man was a scammer then and he is now. It is just a matter of time before someone puts a bullet in his head or he is behind bars again.

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