Wealth seminar a front for Scientology recruitment, say ex-members - 2009-11-29

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F221.png Wealth seminar a front for Scientology recruitment, say ex-members November 29, 2009, Kate Dennehy, Brisbane Times

Scientologists are using a get-rich-quick seminar at the Gold Coast this weekend to groom potential new members for the controversial church, say former members.

Carly Crutchfield, the key speaker at a 'Massive Results Bootcamp seminar' at the Hyatt Regency Hotel Sanctuary Cove confirmed that she and two other main speakers are Church of Scientology members.

She said the others speakers were Gareth Jekel, a business consultant and managing director of Performia Australia based in Melbourne and Tony Melvin who is billed as a finance expert and author who works at the Knowledge Centre in Sydney.

Mr Jekel was Young Australian (business achiever) of the Year in 1996 and says on his website: "I am receiving Scientology counselling so I can be free and not have the usual traps that normally stop us achieving all that we want to do".

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{{cite news | first = Kate | last = Dennehy | title = Wealth seminar a front for Scientology recruitment, say ex-members | url = http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/wealth-seminar-a-front-for-scientology-recruitment-say-exmembers-20091128-jy5t.html | work = Brisbane Times | date = November 29, 2009 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}