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I just saw your post, and I'm sorry you feel this way. You say I'm " posing as someone trying to help". Well, you know what? I stand guilty as charged. Throughout the 7 years I owned my own Freight Brokerage Agency, before starting my work for the day, I always prayed that GOD would help me to make money to pay my bills, and to please help others do the same. I did very well from 2005 until 2011. In 2012 I finally had to close my business down due to the economy. I had a HUGE following of Independent Truck Drivers who depended on me to find them decent paying freight. Unfortunately, some greedy, hateful people turned the Freight Brokerage industry into a back stabbing, money grabbing mess. Thanks to their greed, I saw my Drivers dropping off like flies because the Broker took such a huge cut "off the top" that by the time it was all said and done, my Drivers couldn't even make enough money to pay for their fuel, much less feed their families. As I said in my post, I just turned 61 years old, and after over a year of trying to get a Administrative or Secretarial job I realized nobody wanted to hire me. I started checking out "Work from home" jobs. I learned that any offer that asks you to pay $25, $50, even $100 is a Ponzi scheme and a scam. I'm not sorry I signed up to be a Referral Agent for Instant Rewards because it only cost me $1.My first trial offer was Creditreport.com. I cancelled my offer after 7 days because I didn't want to keep the offer and I didn't want them to start billing me $29.95 a month. They were very nice when I called to cancel. The only thing they asked was for me to complete their survey and tell them if this was a good experience or a bad one for me. Since then, I've completed a few more offers, and they've all been good. NOT ONE of the people I've sponsored have had a complaint because they know they can count on me when they have a problem understanding the program. So, I ask you - exactly how is this a scam? Where else can you learn a new career such as advertising where people usually have to go to college and get a degree for $1? I haven't been doing this long, granted and no - this certainly IS NOT a get rich quick scheme. It requires a lot of research and HARD WORK to make any money. However, now that I know I can trust the companies making the offers, I have fun trying different things for free, and I've met so many wonderful people just like me who are really struggling just to survive. Together, we're all learning the business and sharing with each other what works and what doesn't work for us. Good day to you, and may GOD bless.
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Gary or Sherri, I went to your site and it looks like you're trying to sign people up in a network marketing company while 'posing' as someone trying to'help' or 'keep someone from getting scammed'. Hmmmmmmmmmm Had to laugh out loud!!
If anyone's interested in an honest and legitimate opportunity, not pretending to be, do or refer you to something (bait and switch) else let me know.
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