Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by asebf, Sep 13, 2007.
Has anyone done this? Is it as advertised?
What is the url?
Sorry - new here - I just assumed everyone new what I was talking about.
At the top of the page "They Are All Scams" - click on that and then look at the first deal that is recommended.
From what I have heard most typing & data entry jobs are scams.
Where did that come from on my original post ??? I had nothing to do with the last part saying Data entry jobs exposed etc.
We see different ads depending on where we stay
OK - I see that now - the ads at the bottom of the original post have changed.
Bob is talking about the Type at home/Survey program discussed by the Rich Prince (whoever the heck he is!). His large ad up top says "They Are All Scams" if you see it. He makes it sound legit, but I am skeptical.
If it is all a bunch of rubbish, I can see why people feel they have been burned by home based business opps.
Noreen - I see now that on every page an ad is placed below words typed by the poster in the the first post. I did not want people to think that I was promoting anything - well at least not something I know zero about.
Boy, these days of exploring have been an eye opener. As we spoke - you and I thought our previous employment was filled with come ons and "stips" that made the truth become clear pretty fast. That industry has nothing on this net marketing industry eh?
What I think is most surprising is that so little attention is given to the end product the consumer gets. Virtually 100% of the marketing is based on what you are going to make. In the vast majority of sites you are never told of what the end product is - you have to send in bucks to find out.
All that is spoken of is the "marketing / compensation" plan. I also agree that it is easy to understand why so many people feel they have been burned. It is all about "making the sale" with little thought to who they are selling the stuff to - and most of the "stuff" seems to be air - and some of the air is bottled from the polluted skies of our industrial cities.
Noreen - thanks for being the only source so far - and I mean the ONLY - for laying out the hard reality of how things work. Hard may not be the word as I do not want new people here to think net marketing is "hard". Being a newbie myself I am not qualified to say much of anything.
I guess what I am trying to say is that a lot of the programs offered require skills that most - including me - do not have or would need to learn. Some require that you have no or little morals in business. Some require that you have to be the in the top 1% of salesmen - almost be a Tony Robbins to exceed. I have learned from past experience that in the marketing world, a program must take into account that the people in the trenches are just average everyday people. And that these everyday people can make it.
So far your program is the only one that fits those requirements. I am still looking around - but thought I'd let you know what I am finding.
Thanks again for your help to date.
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