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Published on November 21st, 2010 | by Charlie Wright


Review: Need More Cash Now

You may have come across something called ‘Need More Cash Now.”

As far as I can see, this is a pyramid scheme, and it stinks. The promotion is so fishy I feel like adding some chips to it.

No specifics, no credibility, no voice, no unique idea and no product as far as I can see. You just sell people on as part of a chain.

As the promotion elegantly explains:

“Once you have paid to have the first lot of letters sent out the instant commission on your new members will pay for all mailings and get you into profit whilst building your residual income automatically in the background. (The residual income is the monthly commissions paid out every month to you, based on the group that is forming every time you get a new member and every time your members get a member, it will grow automatically if we all do the mailing in the first place).”

Wow. That’s clear, isn’t it?

Not only very bad writing, but a fairly clumsy way of explaining a pyramid scheme. They could at least try and cover it up with the pretence that this is an MLM!

As I always remind people. There is no “easy cash generator”. There is no magic key. To become truly rich, you need a good idea, some realistic goals, some spare time, and a market to sell to. So in summery, avoid.

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