->Wow, your business is so legit, it doesn't even have to look real!
-->-- '''Fighter''', Webcomic/{{Eight Bit Theater}}

-> Calm yourself, Crispin. Nothing is going to go wrong. You think about money in the old-fashioned way. Money is not a thing, it is not even a process. It is a kind of shared dream. We dream that a small disc of common metal is worth the price of a substantial meal. Once you wake up from that dream, you can swim in a sea of money.
-->-- '''Reacher Gilt''', ''[[Literature/{{Discworld}} Going Postal]]''

->It's almost as if he had a massive financial stake in scaring people into believing that the MMR vaccine was dangerous.
-->--'''[[http://www.cracked.com/article_20007_5-ridiculous-lies-that-fooled-whole-world_p2.html Lillian Marx]]''' on "Doctor" Andrew Wakefield, ''{{Cracked}}'' ("5 Ridiculous Lies That Fooled the Whole World")

->In reality, his assurance that his victims are well after his faith healing is rather likely to lead his victims to abort the treatments and medication schemes they are already using, so it is definitely not an innocent matter of innocuous faith. {{Creator/CBC}} later exposed Hinnís tendency to use his churchís money for private purposes, and for [[{{Bouncer}} employing security guards disguised as men from the church]] to keep ''genuinely'' sick followers away from the stage so he doesnít need to deal with them (or risk being exposed to something that he cannot heal).
-->--''[[http://americanloons.blogspot.com/2013/10/767-benny-hinn.html Encyclopedia of American Loons]]'' on Benny Hinn

->During his program, Beck also regularly encourages his listeners and viewers to buy gold. And while he doesn't advertise for Goldline directly during his scare tactic rants about [[YouMayPanicNow how the economy is going to collapse, and gold will be the only thing with value after the liberal apocalypse]], we are fortunate enough that once we're scared shitless, and desperate to buy gold, we get a convenient commercial by Glenn Beck himself, telling us that Goldline [[ViolinScam conveniently has gold for sale]]..
-->--'''''Wiki/RationalWiki''''' on Radio/GlennBeck

->'''Jay''': {{Wrestling/WWE}} are in a month-long, co-''branding'' '''business venture''' with Susan G. Komen For the Cute, a breast cancer ''awareness'' group, a.k.a. a scam artist that [[FakeCharity only gives 21% of their money towards detection and research]], y'know, despite "For the Cure" being in their name. Screening, mammograms. I won't belabor the point, but they ''can fuck right off''.
-->--''WebVideo/OSWReview'', Ep. 44
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