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Topic: Wow!..people are really stepping up!
Message: Posted by: WeiserSide1 (Feb 26, 2014 09:01AM)
Www.whas11.com/news/iTeam-investigation-Magician-accused-of-swindling-other-magicians-out-of-money-247151741.html
Message: Posted by: Robin4Kids (Feb 26, 2014 09:30AM)
Does anyone know the name/supplier of the trick Aaron Harp does toward the end of the news story where someone colors a picture with 4 color markers and he produces a prediction with the colors in the same place? I have seen this before, but wasn't sure what it was called or if it is available on the market.
Message: Posted by: Robin4Kids (Feb 26, 2014 09:31AM)
Please don't tell me it's available from Jack Moyer!!!!
Message: Posted by: magicnator (Feb 26, 2014 11:37AM)
Here ya go Robin4Kids: http://www.daytonamagic.com/pen-prediction.html
Message: Posted by: Robin4Kids (Feb 26, 2014 12:20PM)
Thanks!!! I thought that I had seen it for sale, but couldn't remember where (or the name).
Message: Posted by: Swann101 (Feb 26, 2014 12:44PM)
Wow Aaron Harp is one to speak as he has ripped many on on this very forum...!
Message: Posted by: w_s_anderson (Feb 26, 2014 10:16PM)
It's a fitting story, given all those who lost money.

Who has Aaron ripped off?
Message: Posted by: Dixie (Feb 27, 2014 03:48AM)
QSwann101
Providing names and facts was the key to stop Jack Moyer and his Snap Illusion company.
If you feel that you have been ripped off and want to stop someone, just do the same.
I have no idea whether Aaron has done anything wrong or not, but at least he had the guts
to do something against that cheater from Indiana and that is why I have to thank him.
Richard Erb
Message: Posted by: dearwiseone (Feb 27, 2014 09:56PM)
Why did he order from Snap Illusions in the first place? He kind of had it coming to him!
Message: Posted by: Michael Dustman (Feb 27, 2014 10:22PM)
I found it slightly ironic Aaron performs with a knockoff version of ProMystics Color Match at the end of the segment. This was briefly brought to market by Mark Mason in early 2013, which I saw Mark demo at the Magi Fest. When it was brought to his attention it was a knockoff, Mark, as the honorable man we know him to be, immediately discontinued carrying the item. Kudos to Mark Mason.
Message: Posted by: Dixie (Feb 28, 2014 06:54AM)
There have been many Café members in the past, discussing the bad quality and th ebad ethics of Snap Illusion.
Maybe those who have information should now contact Andy Treinen from "whas11" (atreinen@whas11.com) who is interested in any information about Snap Illusions and his former owner.
That would be much better than changing the topic from a company which took lots of money from magicians for nothing to someone else.
There is enough to talk about the ethics of the moyer family and it is not over until money is returned or the thief is charged.

Dearwiseome:
That was avery wise comment (although totally useless).
I remember that in the beginning, several magicians with good reputation have been talking positive about Snap Illusions.
Fortunatelly you have been the wise guy who knew it all before and let us hope for you that you will never losse money to a cheater.