7 Wonders of Nature Scam

The winners of the New 7 Wonders of Nature competition were recently announced, and the names of the winners were very surprising, because it didn’t seem that many of the winners actually seemed to represent the best of anything. In fact, I thought that the final seven were so disappointing that I didn’t even bother to mention them on this website, because the winning places seemed to be ordinary rather than extraordinary, and I put this down to the fact that ordinary people were voting for their local attraction rather than there be some internationally renowned geographical organisation to give expert advice on the 7 greatest natural wonders of the world.

Mind you, I also wondered why these New 7 Wonders of Nature hadn’t been noticed before as most of them have been around for many eons.

Today I followed the link on a tweet, yes, Twitter does indeed come in handy, and that led me to the website Go, See, Write which is administered by a former Arkansas lawyer called Michael Hodson. Michael is currently travelling the world, and he has taken the time and energy to thoroughly investigate the New 7 Wonders of Nature competition and suggests it to be an absolute scam.

Michael’s expose is extraordinary in the lengths that he has gone to investigate the man behind the New 7 Wonders of Nature competition, and in his detail of how the scam actually worked.

Most websites like mine copy the relevant information from original sources so that you can access important information without leaving the website you are on.

I’m going to encourage you to visit Michael’s site – just follow this link to his 7 Wonders Scam article – and read his excellent and thought provoking article. It is a brilliant piece of investigative journalism.
And, if you feel like coming back to read more of my articles, you will be more than welcome.

1 comment to 7 Wonders of Nature Scam

  • Thanks so much for highlighting this scam some more! (Minor point, but if you can switch the link text from “link” to “New 7 Wonders scam”, it will help more people find it via google searches and such). Thanks for spreading the good word!

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