Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by LoboRsxS, Mar 1, 2011.
http://www.massmoneymakers.com <<< Hmmmm
bizopps in USA I mean
Don't you think this is a good thing?
Providing fake hope for people looking for employment.
Is it legal to open up an employment center and say, "Hey, pay us 40-400$, and we'll get you a job" without any intention of ever passing out a single job? No, it's not. You would be arrested and charged with fraud.
And last time I looked, black hat, is not illegal. And if you do decide to do something illegal, go after companies with millions of dollars in cash, not after a dude who's trying to pay off a 150,000$ mortgage and feed his family.
Hmmm now that you put it that way, I don't think it's aiming at bizopps. Cause even though they get rebilled xx amount/month the bizopps actually teach shit if you follow the instructions.
Now you're just in denial. I have yet to meet a single person who has made a sizable income off of subscribing to BizOpp offers alone.
We're both marketers. We see shit and market it as gold. This is exactly what BizOpp offers are. Nothing more.
I'm not trying to single you out, we all (including myself) have probably promoted shitty rebills, but I'm just saying.
It's all good. It was good while it lasted I guess
It is aimed at people who make money being deceptive with employment ads. Can you say Craigslist Credit offers?
Don't do this and you won't have anything to worry about. Simple.
I've come down on BizOpp offers ever since 2008 or so. It has done a complete 180 of what they used to stand for.
They used to be, "Hey, make some money on the side, with only an hour or work so a day, so you can spoil yourself a little."
And from 2008-2011 that has changed to, "Hey, make millions of dollars buy subscribing to this offer, and it only takes seconds to set up!"
These companies have specifically changed there target to "lower, middle class americans that have lost there jobs, and have massive amount of bills to pay"
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