Which one really works?

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by jnoa, Nov 27, 2008.

  1. jnoa

    jnoa New Member

    Hi,

    Happy Holidays to all. Recently I have receive a few offers from a few programs like: Money Siphon System, CopyNProfit, and The Retired Millionaire.

    They really seem interesting but not sure if they really work or if they are scams. Would like to hear your opinion on them or which one any of you suggest is the best one. The one that really caught my attention was Money Siphon System, but again not sure if it really works. Would be very thankful on any advice I receive.
     
  2. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    A lot of them are the same with a little different flavor... my suggestion to anyone researching things like this is to create a new email account just for research and use that one to sign in and get the free reports so your main inbox doesn't get flooded.

    What a lot of these things are - are ebooks or training series to help you do affiliate marketing. A lot of them are similar in the training they offer and I dare say some of them are copycats but all of them have good information.

    If I pay for something though - I prefer the ones that don't have ongoing monthly fees, myself, so you may want to watch for that.

    I have learned a lot from programs like these - And I actually found one that has taken me to a new level in my online journey.[​IMG]

    (lol - I finally got something besides zeros in my clickbank account) [​IMG]
     
  3. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    Most seem to be get rich quick schemes
     
  4. cherie27

    cherie27 New Member

    Did you receive email from the owner?

    If they sent email to invite you about the program, be careful.
    They might be scams.
     
  5. unselfishbuddy

    unselfishbuddy New Member

    I've been there.. done that. My personal advice to avoid any get rich quick schemes. Remember that there is no shortcut to your success. Real business takes time to build. Your patience will be rewarded with financial independence over time.
     

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