MAKE MILLIONS IN MLM! (And If You Believe That, I've Got This Swampland...)

eBook (PDF), 99 Pages
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Price: $8.75
A witty, incisive look behind the facade of the MLM industry that shows why it is based on fallacies, frauds, and fantasy rather than honest business practices. Good advice and common sense that cuts through the propaganda and tells the truth. Others here CLAIM to "reveal" things only to sell you their "opportunity" This is the book you MUST read BEFORE you join ANY business, or, if you're having sensible doubts, NOW before it gets more expensive to learn the truth later. IF a friend or family member is pitching you, please preview the full introduction here FREE and see if this isn't the kind of plain-talking book that might wake them up and get them to THINK instead of just react to the hype. Check out the FREE PREVIEW first, and see for yourself. And by the way, the book is just plain funny, too. Entertainment and enlightenment? Take a look and see. P.S. When a "reviewer" claims they know it all but didn't read it, they're either psychic...or part... More > of the fraud.< Less
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  • By Patrick Jenkins
    Jan 5, 2008
    "Anything Can Be a Scam" I didn't buy the book for download but I thought after reading the preview, the author was burned really bad and that's unfortunate. Maybe the author doesn't think every MLM business is a scam but I think that's where he was leaning. I am in an mlm business and I am seeing people's lives changed all the time including mine and my family members. If the product didn't work, people wouldn't be buying it. MLM or network marketing is simply a business model that some comapnies choose to distribute their product. That's it. Has anyone ever tried to setup a traditional retail business but can't because they have to buy massive volume of units before the middle-man will even talk to them? How about franchises with exhorbitant startup costs? It goes on and on. There are lots of scams in life and they come in all flavors like a JOB. How many times have people thought that they would move up the ladder to find that they never did because things just never... More > "panned out". I'm sorry but I just can't buy something that lumps all MLM into one evil category.< Less
  • By Dan Fendel
    May 2, 2007
    "A "Review" Of A Book You Haven't Read? Hmmmm...." "Patrick Jenkins" so-called "review" is, it seems to me, a pretty good example of the indoctrinated, deluded, fraudulent, or the just plain in-denial and soon-to-be-ashamed. One of the good parts of this book (which you really SHOULD read and WOULD read if you weren't so terrifed of discovering truths in it) is the point you have to grip: It isn't your FAULT that crooks and con-men actually conned you. That's what they DO. It BECOMES your fault if you fail to actually investigate, listen to/read views outside the con, and remain in cowardly denial of the possibility. Meanwhile, a "review" is based on actually buying/reading something. I did. I enjoyed it. I found it made a lot of sense. Silly, silly me.
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Chance Books
September 30, 2011
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