Money Doubler Madness

Written by Elaine Currie, BA (Hons).


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I decided Cycle It Fast would have to be a long term investment. I still had Double Bot for quick profit. I was surprised to note, when I visitedrepparttar forum, one day thatrepparttar 105800 popular "spam" section had been removed and posts alongrepparttar 105801 lines of "10 days and I havenít cycled" and "Where is my money?" were appearing. I started to feel a little uneasy. I was disappointed but not surprised whenrepparttar 105802 Bot hitrepparttar 105803 rocks. How strange, it had been doing so well before I joined. I asked for a refund but I think admin were too busy baling out.

Anxious to recover my losses, I invested $50 with Profit Sharing Hits. Money doubling with advertising hits on top. What could go wrong? I was stunned whenrepparttar 105804 membersí forum disappeared overnight and Admin announced that a re-launch was necessary. I again got that eerie feeling of beingrepparttar 105805 last one in beforerepparttar 105806 doors closed.

After several emails from me, a reply arrived from Double Bot. As admin had not got round to refunding my money before they re-launched, they were offering me a choice of paying them a 35% fee to processrepparttar 105807 refund or reinvesting inrepparttar 105808 Bot even though doubling had stopped.

That isrepparttar 105809 absolute end! Pass me that albatross and call me Jonah. It seems that any doubler that takes me on board will immediately sink. I might as well go and throw my money straight intorepparttar 105810 sea, at least Iíll get some fresh air atrepparttar 105811 same time. I have learned my lesson. Iíll concentrate on my Plug In Profit Site and will not waste any more time or money on these stupid doublers.

Wait up! I just got mail and thereís a money tripler about to launch. Now thatís differentÖ

This is one of a series of articles published byrepparttar 105812 author, Elaine Currie, BA(Hons) at http://www.Hunting Venus.com Subscribe to Online Profit Course newsletter by mailto:huntingvenus@SubscribeMeNow.com



Elaine Currie, BA (Hons), is a writer and internet marketer. She came to the internet after a 25 year career at a London law firm, seeking a new career path. Elaine discovered the concept of the "pluginprofitsite" (details can be seen at http://www.pluginprofitsite.com/main-4295 and at ElaineĎs website http://www.huntingvenus.com).


Several Red Flags for Spotting a Phony or Scam

Written by Terry Mitchell


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5) A person uses religion to try to convince you that they can be trusted. Their sales pitch consists ofrepparttar repetitious use of words and phrases like "praiserepparttar 105799 Lord", "hallelujah", "God bless you", "glory to God", etc. If you ever encounter someone like this, hold on to your wallet and runrepparttar 105800 other way as fast as you can. True Christians would never use their religion as an advantage to try to increase their sales. 6) Someone claims that his/her get-rich-quick scheme, weight-loss program, etc. is "easy." Anything worthwhile in life requires effort and is never really easy. Besides, if it were easy, everyone would be doing it and people wouldn't be struggling to make a living and/or lose weight, for example. 7) A person makes wild-eyed claims that his/her product (that you have never heard of before) is "amazing" or "revolutionary." If it were actually "amazing" or "revolutionary", someone other that person and his/her minions would also be making that claim aboutrepparttar 105801 product. 8) Someone wants to sell you their "system" for making money that will make you rich. The obvious problem here is that if their system is so good, why are they wasting time telling you about it and trying to sell it to you? Why aren't they using that great system to make money for themselves? The truth is that their system for making money consists solely of selling suckers their system for making money!

Terry Mitchell is a software engineer, freelance writer, and trivia buff from Hopewell, VA. He also serves as a political columnist for American Daily and operates his own website - http://www.commenterry.com - on which he posts commentaries on various subjects such as politics, technology, religion, health and well-being, personal finance, and sports. His commentaries offer a unique point of view that is not often found in mainstream media.


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