I found Ed From Ohio and his website www.edfromohio.com and his other site www.10kweeks.com a few months ago and got in touch with him. We spoke for some time on the phone and essentially what he is doing is running a cash gifting program with TLC123. At least that's the primary program. The idea is that to get involved you have to send Ed either $500, $1500, or $3500 as a gift. You then get access into TLC's back office program where you can set up your referral links etc. The idea is to get people interested in receiving cash gifts as well and in turn they send you money...but only after you get "qualified". So if you joined under the $500 level you can qualify to get $500 from others after you find your first person which will go to your sponsor...in this case Ed from Ohio. This works the same for every level. $500, $1500, or $3500. Sounds like an exciting opportunity to earn money right? Sure it does. And Ed from Ohio will sell you the dream! What you get though can be a nightmare. You have to advertise and recruit to find other people. Ed may suggest ibuzzpro as the tool. And an expensive tool it is. Then to use ibuzzpro, you have to get or buy leads, and that's more money gone. So, yes, you don't have to sell, tell or convince necessarily...but you will spend a decent amount of money.
I decided to to do this after a great deal of research and put my heart and soul into it for 3 months. I joined under the $1500 level, spent $500 for ibuzz plus their monthly recurring fee, plus the fee TLC charges, plus the fees to accept credit cards and set up a merchant account, plus the cost of leads (which can vary...just ask Ed). And I worked the system just as Ed and his team suggested, literally step-by-step. And after 3 months and about $3000, I had nothing to show for it. I voice blasted with ibuzz daily, called everyone that left messages, advertised through every medium suggested and in 90 days didn't make a measley dollar.
This is a rip off! Stay away from Ed from Ohio, www.10kweeks.com, TLC123 and any other cash gifting program...you'll only regret it. I just wish, and hindsight is 20/20 that I had seen a report like this before fedex ing my $1500 to Ed in Ohio. Don't make the same mistake.
Now Ed will tell you that if you see a report like this it's because someone is just disgruntled and didn't really work the system. I can assure I worked the system...I worked it every which way I thought of or was told to and it just didn't pay. Buyer beware!