READERS BEWARE of M.O.R.E. Incorporated!!!!
If you receive anything from "M.O.R.E. Incorporated" or "T.J. Rohleder" throw it in the trash IMMEDIATELY!!! DO NOT OPEN THE PACKAGE!!! It will be dangerous to your financial well-being!!!
Once you get on their mailing list, they bombard your mailbox with all sorts of "pie-in-the-sky" business schemes. Do not make the mistake of getting involved, like I did!
I speak from experience because I got started with their "10 FREE WebPages" and then signed on as a "Beta-Tester Member" for their "50 Top eBooks"
They are selling a website business opportunity that is marketing substandard eBooks that they have created with their "Hundred Million Dollar Roundtable Group" as well as passing off re-seller eBooks and webpages "as their own".
I started with them in July 03 and didn't get a website up until Oct 03. I was contacting them constantly to draw attention to mistakes and problems with the website. Up until I quit in Mar 04, the website was still not working properly but throughout that time I was getting other "groundbreaking opportunities" for 150 websites, 500 websites, Website of the Month and an Internet Mall, yet the website I already had wasn't working properly.
Although the concept of their website business sounds great and somewhat inexpensive, the marketing costs and efforts to be successful can be into the thousands of dollars every month. In order to cover your marketing costs you need to sell a few hundred of the $14.95 eBooks to breakeven. That may not sound like a lot but you need to realize that there may be 1,000's of these duplicate websites out there just like yours trying to flog the same things.
Despite what the marketing literature says, they have been flogging this "NEW" website business opportunities to thousands of people since 2002.
In short, their website business opportunities will not work!
They have a money-back guarantee policy but do not be deceived. Apparently you can get your money back "if you are not satisfied" but you cannot get your money back in the case where they failure to deliver a working website or for finding their misleading, false and inaccurate representations.
I sent them a series of 9 faxes; because that is the only way you can contact them. I offered them the opportunity to refund my money but they refused.
The lesson here: Do not send them any money so you never have to be concerned with their interpretation of what qualifies for a refund.