Million Dollar Desire is a scam?

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by wildhorse, Oct 22, 2008.

  1. wildhorse

    wildhorse New Member


    I found a link to a Lisa Diane's site called Million Dollar Desire. She says that in 6 month, with a little investment of $99 (little???), everyone can get the financial freedom.
    Does anyone tried this opportunity? And what do you think about it? Is it another scam?
    Thank you.

  2. I don't know anything about the Million Dollar Desire, but Lisa Diane seems to have a good name.

    This is a Lisa Diane Interview With Michael Cheney that I found - it might be of interest.

  3. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    I don't know anything about this program, but what I can tell you is that making money in any business venture takes time and effort - if someone is trying to tell you otherwise, do not believe it!
  4. cupbucket

    cupbucket New Member

    Always use discernment when joining any online business. I was lucky to find one of the good ones but heaven knows I saw a couple of crappy ones first.

    Prudence is a virtue

  5. jdonna

    jdonna New Member

    I have bought Lisa Diane products. I like her and I think she's honest (not a scam). Start with her free million dollar desire audio, if you haven't already.

    She gives out good information, and you can make money with it, but like getagrip says, it takes work. I have learned a lot from her programs and have definitely increase webtraffic to my site, bigtime, but I haven't made any money yet.

    I feel that's more my problem than hers. I haven't spent enough time doing what she says to do. Check back with me next year and I hope to have a better report.

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  6. BeAChampion

    BeAChampion Member

    I don't know anything about this product but I did want to make a comment that 99% of these products that say you "Can" make x amount of dollars using some information that they will sell you are NOT scams.

    If you apply the knowledge you gain, you probably "can" make x amount of dollars in x amount of time that they claim.

    But it depends if YOU are actually going to take action and apply the knowledge gained.

    If you 're looking for something that is going to do everything for you without you having to do any work, then yes this is a scam BUT YOU are the one scamming yourself in this case.

    If you buy some knowledge and then don't take action and then complain that you didn't get any results, You are scamming Yourself.

    The blame is on Your shoulders if You don't apply the knowledge. [​IMG]

    Now on the other hand if the product says "guaranteed" instead of "can" or "it's possible" then that is a scam because you can't "guarantee" someone is going to make a certain amount of money.

    But if the wording does not say "guarantee" but rather says it's "possible" or you "can" it is NOT a scam.


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