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What is PSV* Extreme Fortunes?

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If you have recently found a charge on your credit card or bank statement from PSV* Extreme Fortunes it’s because you have subscribed to one of Banyan Hill’s financial newsletters by the name of Extreme Fortunes.

  • Extreme Fortunes is a trading service. There are numerous investments primed to spin off huge windfalls that could put millions in your pocket. In fact, every year, on average, 43 stocks rally 1,000% or higher! That means there are 43 opportunities every year — or 3 to 4 opportunities each month — to turn $1,000 into $10,000. With Extreme Fortunes, we aim to bring you the best of those each month.
  • If you’ve decided that you no longer want to be part of our auto-renew program, or even if you want to cancel your subscription altogether — though we’ll be sorry to see you go — know that you can do that before you’re charged by logging on to your self-service portal at Customer Self Service.
  • If you find that you are not receiving your Extreme Fortunes subscription materials or have a billing inquiry, please contact our customer service department using the contact information below:
    • Call our Customer Service team toll-free at 1-866-584-4096 Monday-Friday between 8 am and 8 pm ET.  International customers can contact us at 1-443-353-4446.
    • To reach us by email, please use our Contact Us form found on our website here: Contact Us

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WHAT READERS ARE SAYING..

"I couldn’t believe it … in just 2 months, I made $298,506 on one stock – that’s a 24% gain!"

- John B.

"Since I started following your secret over your multiple publications, my $659,000 account is up to $715,000 in just 2 months. I’m up $56,000 in one month alone."

- Will O.

“Paul, your investment research has been a godsend. Our portfolio was just a tad over two million dollars. I paid my daughter's legal fees, my wife's medical expenses, helped my wife's stepmother with home repairs, loaned our son money for real estate. I also bought two used vehicles, one for our daughter and one for our eldest grandson. All told, these expenses added up to well over a quarter million dollars. I am happy to report that we have profits left over!”

- Taylor M.

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