Hello everyone, Since a good 6 months, Ive been involved in two programs and the last one is a cash gifting program. Since I've read the canadian law concerning internet job opportunities (mlm, pyramid scheme, etc), I'm not feeling good anymore for marketing my cash gifting program. So I would like to try something else, and I would like to try the programs I thought about some months ago: Abunza or the IPC program. However, I would like you, people, to read this, this is a part of the law concerning pyramid schemes, from the Competition Bureau of Canada: "A scheme of pyramid selling is a multi-level marketing plan that incorporates any one of a number of specified marketing practices that make it a criminal offence under the Competition Act. It is illegal if: * participants pay money for the right to receive compensation for recruiting new participants; * a participant is required to buy a specific quantity of products, other than at cost price for the purpose of advertising, before the participant is allowed to join the plan or advance within the plan; * participants are knowingly sold commercially unreasonable quantities of the product or products (this practice is called inventory loading); or * participants are not allowed to return products on reasonable commercial terms. AND "A scheme of pyramid selling is a form of an MLM plan focussed primarily on generating earnings through recruitment. These schemes may offer products, however the products may have very little value or the plan may offer limited incentives for their sale. Income in the scheme is derived primarily from the money prospective participants pay to join the scheme and not from the sale of product." So it seems like 80% of work at home opportunities we can find on the net make you do what is specifield in bold characters. I can name some programs that looks like this is what you have to do in bold characters: The IPC Program, LGN Revolution, Abunza, any matrix programs, cash gifting programs and many more... With the IPC Program and the LGN Revolution programs, sure you have products with them. Softwares you can buy, so electronic products, thats ok. But let's face it, does the main thing you do with those 2 programs is making money of people who sign-up and not from the products? I think that yes!!! See above again what the canadian law says. And I think that the american law looks like similar. Tell me what you think people, I need your thoughts. Because as it is now, that is pretty impossible for me to choose a internet work at home opportunity and I would like so much to work at home and to be successfull at it. What opportunity could I choose? Thanx in advance for your comments... I think that you never saw a post like this, I looked thru the forum pages, and I couldn't find a topic like that yet. That is a special topic, yes! Ooooh, damn, sorry, I think I just posted in the wrong section, that is why I didnt see my kind of post. My appologizes!