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Lenny Dykstra Offering Investment Advice for $999

By Mike Silva ~ March 28th, 2011. Filed under: Uncategorized.

A reader of the site sent me this amazing email he received from Lenny Dykstra on Saturday March 26th at 11:40 AM. Why am I so specific with the time? Take a read and you will find out:

Happy Holidays,

First of all, I want to thank you for being a past loyal member of Nails Investments. It has been a winning journey thus far and it’s only going to get better.  Since you have been a loyal supporter, I want to give you the opportunity to renew your subscription and to further express my gratitude this holiday season, I’d like to give you the opportunity to buy some of my signed and authentic memorabilia. These items make an ideal gift for the holidays and are being sold at a significant discount through this email invitation only. Below is a listing of the items that are available:

Happy Holidays? Is this in reference to St. Patrick’s Day, which was over ten days ago. Is it celebrating the start of the baseball season on Thursday? Since Dykstra is friends with Charlie Sheen is this some sort of secret day they share?

Here is the best part. Dykstra is pitching products that range from investment advice to game used memorabilia from his time with the Mets and Phillies. Nails would normally charge $999 for investment advice, but members get a discount at $699. The most expensive piece is a limited edition signed painting for $10,000.

As you may already know, Dykstra has foreclosed on his home and numerous individuals, including an escort, claim he owes them money. I was told by someone in the industry that he currently lives out of a hotel. Essentially Dykstra is in financial ruin.

Not all the news is bad as Dykstra helped actor Charlie Sheen secure a loan for $7 million with the intent of closing on a home.

Even his son made news this weekend, as Cutter Dykstra was traded by Milwaukee to Washington for Nyjer Morgan. The younger Dykstra, 21, spent 2010 in A Ball hitting .312 with 5 homers, 39 RBI, and 27 stolen bases. Despite the numbers, many experts believe Dykstra is nothing more than organizational filler.

If you are interested in any of these offerings, or to get on the mailing list you can email Dykstra (nails4investments@gmail.com)

You just can’t make this stuff up.

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