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09-10-2014 08:06 PM
THIS IS FICTION !!!
After years of wondering if this works and being high-pressured by a guy in South Carolina, who claimed the program is "the best of its kind," I bit the bullet and sent a lot of $$$ to be at the highest level and try it out.
I mailed close to 1,000 postcards in July 2014.
The result was zero (0) responses--not a single person signed up !
The name of this program was Postal Cash Money run by a guy out of Washington state.
Also, interestingly, he was very friendly when I first signed on and even called me via telephone, welcoming me.
After that, though, I never heard from him again--no follow-up.
Sure, on his web page and video, he brags how great his "system" is--NOT !!!
And do not for one second even believe the "testimonials" published !
After all is said and done, I'm out around $1,300.
So, in summary,
DO NOT EVEN THINK ABOUT JOINING THESE PROGRAMS BECAUSE, SIMPLY, THEY DO NOT WORK !!!
05-24-2014 02:48 PM
05-08-2014 06:51 AM
This is a very funny scam once you figure it out...
step 1. Looking for get rich quick schemes you see this ad in which you can make money stuffing envelopes!
step 2. you must send $2 to them and they will send you the instructions on how to make this money, include a self addressed stamped envelope.
step 3. mailing to you this information can be sent sooner for an extra $3 dollars, include a self addressed envelope
step 4 You are excited so you send the $5 to rush the instructions!! Dont forget to include your self addressed envelope!
step 5. opening the mail box you see your self addressed envelope, overjoyed you hurry up and open it , You can wait to begin this envelope stuffing job, you get to stay at home and be with your kids, you have it all planned out!. you even cleared out a space in your house, you bought a new table and even found a machine that folds the envelope stuffer stuff.
step 6 when you open the envelope, you remove a one page folded letter. you hurry to unfold it, you get a real confused look on your face as you read!
The Paper reads something like this:
1: contact your local newspaper and take out a classified ad under Home Jobs
2: copy the same ad you replied to and place in the papers classified area using you own P.O. box number
3: whe you receive your first reply
a: remove money order
b: remove self addressed stamped envelope
c: make copy of these instructions
d: fold and stuf instructions into SASE
e: Mail return envelope!
f: cash money order
I fell for this one about 25+ years ago.. I could not bring myself to deceive people in this way and then ask them to deceive others in this same way.. Who knows.. i might have been sitting pretty today if i had done it then!!!
03-05-2014 11:29 PM
Reminds me of "assemble in your home" gadgets and toys for companies that didn't have assmbley lines. It was a rip-off and I'm pretty sure it's illegal now.
"Make money in your spare time"!!!
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07-21-2013 08:00 PM
i use to work for a company at home years ago, in the state of Orgen, i did 50 letters and made not much i receive to checks not much. i had to pay for my own stamps they reminbrust me but i also paid for my supplies that suck that all i had to share with anyone. you have to be careful.
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01-09-2006 10:59 PM
I was nothing more than an almost innocent bystander!
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