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- Alan C Irvine
October 20, 2005, 5:26 pm
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I have an opportunity that no one can pass up because it is as easy as
buying whatever income you wish and I am going to pay for your membership.
I know this fellow that joined a matrix like this once. He had forgotten
about it because the monthly bills looked like a computer company, and he
thought it was his monthly Internet bill. Anyway, several months had gone by
and he received a call asking him for a routing number for his bank because
they needed to transfer his funds to him. At this point, he had amassed a
$18,000+ monthly income. He nearly fell off his chair.
I am telling you this because this is THE truth that no one will tell you.
The big secret to Internet marketing is having many downline programs that
are paying you a monthly income. You join several that make sense and seem
easy to build. The difficulty is getting others to join under you, so many
marketers disguise their downlines as ebooks or programs to be able to build
them. Most downline matrix programs force you to pay a lot up front and get
many to under you before you start earning money. These guys went back to
basics and found that if you look at the dues from a different angle, you
can buy your own level of income.
This time it is our turn. Matter of fact, this one is so easy you do not
even have to sell it.
I am asking you to really study this strategy page as this is truely the way
all successful marketers have done it and this type of opportunity does not
come around often.
Thanks for your time,
October 20, 2005, 9:09 pm
Re: Downline going through the roof
Alan C Irvine wrote:
As a matter of fact, I *did* notice that "pyramid schemes" are called
"money-making matrixes" (sp?) now. I also noticed the increased use of
the word "matrix" in advertizing these types of schemes post-1999,
which we all know was the year "The Matrix" hit cinemas around the
You also mention that "it's the truth!", but I must ask of more proof
than a simple statement like that. Besides, I bet that "this fellow" is
one of the guys at the very top of this pyramid.
Sooner or later, this pyramid, as has happened with all the others,
will topple, leaving lost savings for people further down, and the guys
on top are long gone with their millions. I saw this happen (although
from the outside) when an organization called "The 5 Percent Community"
crumbled to pieces, after making promises they couldn't keep. Many
people lost a lot of their savings on this. Not more than a week after
the big bubble pop, the top leaders in this major scandal invited all
the previous members to a meeting, which media were kept out of, urging
these members to help finance yet another pyramid scheme, promising
that it would really work this time around. I truly wonder what the
heck goes on in the head of those swindlers, when they believe they can
rob someone for all their money and then make people trust them again,
just so they can be robbed once again.
Kim André Akerĝ
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