No Monkey Business

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by Vision18, Aug 3, 2008.

  1. Vision18

    Vision18 New Member

    Has anyone heard of No Monkey Business with Huey Lee?

    The website is http://www.no-monkey-business.com/

    The sales page looks pretty legitimate. They have testimonials with first and last names, they have a contact page, and Huey even put his phone number, email, and address on the page.

    But I sent an email last week and haven't gotten a response to my questions.

    The contact link does not open a new page but the email is listed on the main page.

    I have found good reviews but they are mostly all affiliated (and therefore biased).

    I would REALLY appreciate anyone's help that has some knowledge on this program.
    Thank you so much!


    -Logan
     
  2. samda

    samda Member

    I dont think it is worth of paying $97...

    Dont waste your hard earned money....
     
  3. rglar6

    rglar6 New Member

    If you are not getting a response before you've bought the product, it doesn't look promising. I wouldn,t waste my money on it.

    Richard
     
  4. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    rglar6: If you are not getting a response before you've bought the product, it doesn't look promising. I wouldn,t waste my money on it.

    Similar opinion here, if pre sales support is poor, post sales it will be even worse
     
  5. Classic

    Classic New Member

    Yeah I came across this awhile ago too. Is there anyone who's had any experience with this? I'm not even clear on what it is that it teaches you to do. Thanks for any help.[​IMG]
     
  6. gowriter

    gowriter Member

    Yeah. I bought this not too long ago, and Huey Lee is sincere; however, all that's in there is a list of 121 ways to legitimately make money online, e.g. get paid to share photos, get paid to read emails, gift card flipping, paid surveys, affiliate marketing, etc. You could have found that out yourself for free.

    Huey has a couple of videos on how to answer surveys with one particular company. And I think he had another video about shareapic, but everything else was a list of links to sites where you can read the instructions on how to join up to their program.

    The sales page makes it seem like an exclusive memberhship, but you could have put that there together yourself. All the resources are old, old ebooks that he probably bought the resale rights, too.

    He's well-intentioned, but for $97 I expected a better quality product.

    Save your money.
     

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