I received an e-mail titled:'"am i too late?'"then i clicked and i went straight to the website; a window popped up inviting me to turn my speakers up which i did.Then,after the speech,they were testimonials from people praising the"Paid surveys at home"program.Soon after,i read that they were willing to cut the price in half so i could purchase the program;i cautiously closed the window then another window appear so i could now get the proram for a final price of $7 with guarrantee of a refund if i call to cancel the trial which was for 14 days.I did agree thinking i was going to download the program;guess what? the usual happened:another window popped up inviting me to get an upgrade($64) for more opportunities while reminding me of the adage:"spend money to make money".
I said to myself:"that's my 2nd and last investment"and agreed to start downloading both programs.You already now:the usual happened and that's when i started questioning their real motive:bcause,let's be serious,spend money to make money doesn't necessarily means:you have to be blind and naive.You readers can definitely recognize a pattern here:it doesn't matter how much you spend,what they are really after is to rip u off by sugarcoating every lie.How did i realize that you might ask?
well i called the same number they provided me with on the website to hear the representative advise me not to go along for the sign-up because he had heard about the same type of program but still was not convinced.He was from the hosting company which allow that program to sell their so-called" work at home opportunity".By the way,the hosting fee for the website they said they were ready to build for me would have cost me $300+the same day had i gone along with it.That shows you exactly how gready they are and how they could care less about u going broke in an instant.That is why such alarming dishonesty needed to be called out for one's bankruptcy or demise is everybody's failure to admit and censor wrongdoing and fraud