In 1686, Sir Isaac Newton discovered this invisible
Universal Force known as the "Law of Motion" (Inertia). ... 322 years later in 2008, I invented** the way to
to see that invisible force by the driver of cars, trucks,
and buses allowing to drive more efficiently.
This invention will change the world by con-
serving fossil fuel and reducing CO2 emission.
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Patent Title: "INERTIAL MASS DETECTION DEVICE" a.k.a. EcoTraineR Patent Number;US 7411140 B
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Thomas Delor inventor.
Yes. As our limited offer, you are welcome to try the EcoTraineR for a no-risk 15-day trial. Once you realize that you can save a minimum of 20% to 50% fuel during the trial period you can keep the device and pay for it with the savings generated with a minimum of $40.00 per month for 15 recurring and consecutive monthly payments charged on your credit card on file OR save an additional $60.00 BY PAYING $540.00 in one lump sum before the end of the 15- DAY TRIAL. If you can't save 20% minimum call us for a Return Authorization Number (RAN) and we will pay the return postage. IMPORTANT: If you drive less than 100 miles per month or not saving at least $20.00 during the trial period, you can request (upon justification) to lower your monthly recurring charge to whatever you will save each month (minimum of $10.00/Mo).
NOTE: We reserve the right to discontinue this limited offer any time at our sole discretion or reject your request for trying it. If your request to try the EcoTraineR for the 15-day free trial is rejected, we will not ship you the device.
When used properly and with the proper motivation (click www.ecotrainerinvention.com the cost of the EcoTraineR's will be offset by your savings at the pump. If you have any question or need more free E-Driving coaching please call the person who sponsored you or email to email@example.com
Using the Universal Force of INERTIA is potentially huge
(and it's free)
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