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Get Rich on Autopilot? Add more phrases to the list!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by William Clements, Sep 22, 2015.

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  1. William Clements

    William Clements Moderator Member

    Have you ever fallen into the trap of joining into a replicated business or business plan? If so, hopefully you have learned by now that many are not legit. Some are pyramid, ponzi scheme, matrix program, multi-level marketing program or any other "get rich quick" scheme., while others just use the same such words or phrases and may not be an illegal business. Such business practices are used to "recruit" you so that your "up-line" can make money. It is true that some will succeed but majority will not. According to many sources, more than 90% (Ninety percent) of all Internet business start-ups end in failure within the first 120 (one hundred twenty) days or 4 days. However, statistically speaking, 98% of people fail in business within their first 5 years of business (The percentage goes down from there). Knowing those statistics, this means only a few of the top "recruiters" will succeed and the rest will fail for the most part. Before starting a business, sit down and figure out what your passionate about and interest you. If your not interested in your business or know anything about it, your customers will be able to tell too and the results may turn out just as bad as the rest of the 98% who fail.

    What phrases to watch out for that can alert you that it might be a scam:

    "Make money on Autopilot"
    "Get Rich Quick"
    "We will do all the work for you"

    Some of these programs will cost a lot, others a little, one-time fee, monthly fee, etc. No matter those factors does not mean it will work for everyone. I know a program that cost Only $4.99 One Time but does it mean you should join and send them the money via PayPal, no of course not!

    If you have fallen into this trap, STOP. Otherwise, take this as your warning.


    Lets now have those who have fallen for such or know of a place that does this then post a reply with some more phrases used by these types of companies like this one called MONEY-ON-AUTO-PILOT
  2. harpazo22

    harpazo22 Member

    Make (insert large lump sum here) a week! Especially if you see that, and then see another ad with the same title, but it's a different number.

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