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Complaint Review: Hidden Millionaires Affilliate Income Anthony Morrisson - Madison Mississippi

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Hidden Millionaires Affilliate Income Anthony Morrisson fraud lies internet money making scam Madison Mississippi

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DO NOT BUY THIS!!! I bought a teaching program after two seminars explaining the basics of operation and money needed to invest. It is called HIDDEN MILLIONAIRES or AFFILLIATE INCOME or CREDIT CARD SYSTEM. This young man made money with this several years ago with a small investment. He is selling his technique to the entire country. Had I checked it out on the internet I would have found other complaints exactly like mine.

He said to buy the program, invest $150.00 a month with each search engine and pay him $29.95 for a website and processing of profits. On paper I wrote down EXACTLY what he said. I went to the seminar twice to be sure. The cost of the program was $5995.00 if paid on a time basis with $1000.00 up front. In return you would be making $3000.00 to $4000.00 a month. He said this is what he made with $150.00 a month-the click rate would be 10 cents a click.

It was a complete LIE!! I did exactly what he said. First I found out there was no click rate of 10 cents. It was way over $1.00. That would lessen the profits a great deal. I tried it with $150.00 and $1.00 click rates on one search engine for two months. I thought I would make a little less, but enough to pay for the program, the internet hookup and his processing fee and still make some money. WRONG!! For 2 months I made $19.50. This was at Christmas time when people spend money. The best time of year!

I called him, emailed him, begged for help to explain what I was doing wrong. NO RESPONSE BECAUSE IT IS A SCAM!!! I did NOTHING wrong.



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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Anthony Morrisson

AUTHOR: D railroad - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Friday, March 26, 2010

First, a belated great post "Scammed in Las Vegas." Second, although hind sight is "20-20," you are correct; if a business venture is worth investing in (no matter HOW attractive the initial cost), it certainly is worth the effort to spend the time to research it, thoroughly.

Again, no matter how much time it takes to research an offer, especially one requiring an investment (again, NO matter HOW small!), we should always go to every length to dissect any potential business venture. Using this particular issue - Anthony Morrisson's offer - as an example, you made several valid points but one real flag was the "click-through" rate that you said you were quoted. This "misunderstanding" could have been prevented had investors simply gone to Google and researched their SEO program and extensive documentation. Google alone could also provided a wealth of information on what this Anthony Morrisson was, and still is, offering.

While Anthony embellishes substantially on the facts, his process or offer is certainly nothing new or nothing that you can't do on your own. In all fairness to his commercials regarding the book, that still may provide some very useful information. Whether that information is worth the current $19.95 asking price for the book is debatable. After all, this IS information that is readily available on the internet, from a plethora of informative, reliable sources  . . . for FREE! That investors are eventually being asked to pay well over $4,000 plus $150 per month (if I understood your post correctly) is CERTAINLY no where near a good investment.

Without having seen one of Anthony Morrison's "fabulous" web sites, that he apparently furnishes investors with, this isn't something you can't build on your own. Generating profits from a site simply comes down to finding the right product(s)/service(s), building an attractive, clean and easy to read web site, submitting for affiliate advertising and then effectively SEO (Search Engine Optimizing). Not only will this potentially save you from losing a huge amount of money, if things don't work out, but it can be fun, informative, educational AND, hopefully, profitable. If it's not profitable you would've invested far less than $4,000 plus the learning experience would've been positive as opposed to the negative experience you had and did absolutely no good. After all, in addition to losing a great  deal of money with a misrepresented product or service, you lose a great deal more  . . . . TIME. You can replace the funds you lost - you can never recover the time, energy or emotions you invested.

You were right though, even with Google you can get pay-per-clicks, but the really good ones cost a great deal more than $1.00/click. Obviously, the less expensive the per-click rate, the less likely we would be to generate a good income. But to pay $150 per month, for a website, and THEN a pay-per-click I would expect everything to be included in that package, especially having recently heard what Morrisson had to say on his infomercial. Obtaining affiliate advertisers can easily be done on your own, with an appropriate web site (that you took the time to build, on your own!). SEO of your web site is something you can also do on your own and, again, Google has a plethora of educational tutorials on how to accomplish this whole process.

The real sad part about these types of over inflated, bloated presentations or offers, other than potentially losing valuable money and irreplaceable precious time (e.g. we don't grow "younger"), is that people become cynical, jaded and distrusting of any offer that may come along, including that one diamond in the rough that could be legitimate.

Bottom line: as you said "Scammed," do your THOROUGH research. Use search engines (I use Google & Bing, predominately) by searching company names, principals' names (as I did to get here), cross referencing company and principals names (keying them in, individually and then together, the results CAN vary), State Attorney Generals for where the company/individual is located, etc. If you cannot find the State where a Business (the one soliciting investments) is located, this should be a REAL, first red flag.

No one has ever said that true success comes easily. Trust the individual that you know that can get the best job done  . . . YOU! Best wishes on future business ventures!

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