But some guy called Joseph has offered to do just that.
“Congratulations today is YOUR lucky day,” said the excitable marketer to me in a short email.
Then he offered me money…a lot of money:
“You’re about to change YOUR current lifestylr for the better with a $5,000
Brilliant. I have always wanted a better lifestylr. In fact I think I want a better lifestylr more than I even want a better lifestyle.
But what do I need to do to get my five grand?
Joseph had the answer right at hand:
“If YOU are serious and motivated about earning more money like I am, this is your Once in a lifetime Opportunity!
“WE will help YOU earn a $5,000 comm/issio/n chec/k every single month and our Au/toma/ted Mov/ie Sys/tem will show YOU step by step GUARANTEED.”
Yes Joseph I am serious and motivated. Now can I have my $5,000 please? Especially as it is guaranteed. But what is a ‘comm/issio/n chec/k’ and an ‘au/toma/ted mov/ie sys/tem’? Well I guess I don’t really care as long as you send me the money every month.
And what do I have to do to earn this money?
Joseph has the answer:
“All YOU have to do is signup 2 people…..so what are YOU waiting for click my website link ABOVE , watch our amazing video that show YOU step by step how too earn $5,000
and get started today!!!”
So it seems that I only have so signup two people to get all this money.
Sorry Joseph but I simply don’t believe you.
So I checked out your link and looked at the earnings disclaimer.
And I found this:
“This website contains statements made by Independent Business Owners to describe the rewards of marketing the represented products and services…
“They achieved these income levels through the expenditure of considerable management time, money and effort and by consistently marketing the represented products and services. There can be no assurance that the prior success of these people can be used as an indication of your future success…”
So much for the guaranteed $5,000 a month for making two referrals then.
How is that marketers are allowed to make these ridiculous claims in their emails?
It is beyond me.