Oxford Club Reviews – Legit or Scam?

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The Oxford Club is a private investment club, which provides its members with investment newsletters, reports, and opportunities from Investment Director Alexander Green.

Alexander Green is the author of multiple newsletters and books concerning investment and wealth in the United States, and has over 20 years of experience working on Wall Street.

To subscribe the Oxford Club and their multiple publications, a Premiere Membership costs $149 a year, while a Provisional Membership – which offers the majority of benefits of a Premiere Membership – sells for just $99 a year.

What Benefits Do You Get With Your Membership?

When you first become a member at The Oxford Club, you will receive five different detailed research reports available on current investment opportunities, including investment in gold, oil drilling, and pharmaceuticals, among others.

You will also get two monthly newsletters, The Communique and The Ultimate Income Letter, which will keep you informed on opportunities throughout the year, as well as email alerts if Oxford Club believes that the stock has hit a ceiling.

If you opt for the Provisional Membership instead of the Premiere, the only benefit you lose is access to the Membership Exchange, with one free listing each year.

All memberships at The Oxford Club are automatically renewed, so if you do not wish to continue your membership after the first year, you must cancel your subscription in advance.

Concerns About Oxford Club

Some of the stocks recommended by The Oxford Club are microcap stocks, or stocks that are generally very cheap per share. These stocks are often criticized because of how easy they are to manipulate.

A company can buy a large amount of shares at the affordable price, then encourage others to purchase the stock to instigate a rise in the share price. Once the price has risen significantly, the company can then sell their shares, resulting in the stock price dropping.

It’s important to double check all stock recommendations that you receive, as ultimately all investments, gains, and losses will be your responsibility.

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Average Rating for " Oxford Club " is 2.36 out of 5 based on 224 reviews.
  • I fell for Dr. Mark Stengler. His "no pill" sleep recommendation turns out to be a box of pill after a long long video.

    Sometimes I get five emails from him in a single day. And they're not all about staying healthy.

    Yesterday for instance:

    Where can we mail your FREE BOOK? (For Patriotic Americans ONLY)

    Today only, a very CONTROVERSIAL book is being offered to a group of Americans... for FREE!

    (Get the details here. No tricks, scams, or hidden shipping fees.)

    This morning it was a recommendation for the Oxford Club. They promise to tell me how to get gold at $165 per ounce.

    Another recommendation I didn't buy was a way to win a lot more than you and most everyone else at the Lotto. No no, there's nothing random about the numbers that come up and win.

    If I knew of a way to predict the future a bit better than most I wouldn't sell my "system" for $99 !
  • As a retired Detective of vice, I did purchase the "free" reports from Oxford.. I hate people that mislead others offering something for froo with a you must purchase later in the pitch. Sounds like "Trump University" to me. Once in, they keep the information you want like a carrot on a string, baiting you to buy the next level. If they were up front, I could make the choice of purchasing at a total cost, rather than wondering what it costs for the next partical bit of information they may give me.
    • I wish I could give a thumbs up to Pro here...
    • PRO:

      Are you successful with TRUMP UNI after all?
    • you are as uniformed any everyone else regarding TRUMP U.

      what is a scam is the entire college education scam! talk about over priced! what do u get except a pile of debt, and a job that you didn't even go to school for?

      tuition cost are ridiculous.

      TRUMP U is about investing, and if you don't have the balls to pull the trigger on deals and expect that there is a risk, you will not succeed!!!

      HILLARY FOR PRISON 2016 !!!
  • If you want to be a millionaire from Oxford Club recommendations, start with $5,000,000 and buy whatever they recommend. I recently purchased AMWD per their recommendation and I'm already down $1552. But hey, my subscription to one of their premium services has me up $35 (+.84%)in ELLI after just a couple of months. I think they deluge your inbox with advertising to try and keep you from keeping tabs on how they're really doing It's one thing to shell out a lot of money for their so-called services, quite another to watch your portfolio diminish no matter the market conditions.
    • I'm looking for the 23 Cash Rebates and the 13 Ways to Make Easy Money that come with the newsletters. Would you share these to brochures? I don't want the other information and was hoping to find someone to share these with me.


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  • This place is a scam - last year I subscribed to their "service" which turned out to be little or nothing. This year they re-billed me saying I had agreed to continuous service (which I did not). I tried too cancel with them and get a refund and they refused to do it. Beware! Stay away!
  • This place is a scam - last year I subscribed to their "service" which turned out to be little or nothing. This year they re-billed me saying I had agreed to continuous service (which I did not). I tried too cancel with them and get a refund and they refused to do it. Beware! Stay away!
  • Thanks everyone sounds like I ws going to lose my butt by buying into "The Oxford Club" Thanks to you I saved my money.
  • They exist to make themselves money. Basically, they are just direct marketers that have developed a million secondary products. Since checking them out my inbox has experienced a deluge of crap marketing emails.

  • Let's all calm down from the mob mentality and use some common sense here when it comes to these snake-oil salesman on the internet. We are no different than the crowds who would gather around their traveling wagons in the old west. Now, as then, no one is holding our feet to the fire making us buy their wares, or to watch a minute of their spell-binding wealth-enticing presentations, for that matter. Please remember, it is always our choice to move on to the next ad or next page or to spend the 10 minutes listening to the presentation. However, if you do, 'Caveat emptor'! Like the "CPA in Dallas" said so well, you need to understand that these folks ALSO take advantage of what is buried in the tax code to sell you on their services. One of my marketing professors old adage’s rings in the back of my head whenever I read comments like yours Shari: "It is the person who walks up and asks to be deceived, who is at first going to be.” Meaning, no one who stays home and reads the business pages, is liable to be taken in by such non-sense, eh? Just use some of what you were saying that your husband was well-blessed with Shari, and as for the rest of you, I wish to leave you with a quote from my good friend and fellow minister of 'The Word', Brother Dave Gardner, "Let them's that don't want none, have memories of not getting any!". Oh, and for the rest of you who picked up on the fact that I come to the table well-prepared to beat the dealer, listen up: Having done just what these folks suggested I do, I vertically 'bought sideways’ when I got my membership in Palm Beach. Meaning I bought another product from an associated company. It was a book, during my reading of that the author revealed how he and his partner made a killing in the internet publishing arena by selling subscriptions at the (what they — then [in 2008] — found the price-point 'sweet spot’ to be) of $39. Again, that was 8 years ago, I'm sure that's increased to $49 now. Therefore, I’ve no doubt that regardless of what option you all chose for membership in Oxford, you will be renewed at the $49 in the future as they use other gimmicks to try and keep you as a subscriber. Because at that point you will hold all the cards, since you will be able to walkaway from the table with all the winnings leaving them nothing to show for all that time together. Remember — your subscription is nothing more than an opportunity for them to have your attention so they they can up-sell you and vertically sell you every way from today and back. Do or don’t let them; just do so WITH YOUR EYES WIDE OPEN! So what say you community? Want to give these guys a bit of a break for trying to make a buck once you've figured out they're just like you, really? Just a little scared that their friends and family are going to run off and leave them high and dry with no money and no prospects when it's all said and done. Reverend Thomas F. Starks, Dallas, TX Calling for Common Sense. Good Day One And All.
  • They will send you a barrage of solicitation emails for additional services which charge extra of course. I attended the last conference and was not impressed by the calibre of their presentors/staff.

    it seems I do better if instead of reading their materials I spend the same amount of time doing my own research. By the time Oxford makes a recommendation, if it was a good one, it is too late. IT FEELS LIKE THEIR RECOMMENDATIONS ARE RANDOMLY SUCCESSFUL. YOU CAN DO BETTER YOURSELF.

    Their claimed "results" are always retrospective tests of a new theory. Not sure how they do in real life. I have heard a number of complaints about their bond service also. It seems their bond guy misrepresents his results. Many more of his choices go bankrupt than he admits.

    I just cancelled my "Director's level" membership.

    What a waste of money--it doesn't include anything extra except getting more solicitations.

    • Hello,

      the oxford club is touting cash rebates from the government for purchases made in 2016..some type record or receipts will be necessary

      for proof. This rebate program is for people who file their taxes. This program is like the one President Bush put into action.

      Is there any truth to this?
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