MONEY IN THE MAIL - BUT NOT A CHAIN LETTER

doitnow at TRGMARKETING.NET doitnow at TRGMARKETING.NET
Sat Sep 12 05:05:23 EST 1998


We’ve all seen the $1 and $5 letters floating around the internet.  The
big problems with them are that no-one is really sure if they are legal,
if they will be passed on, if the names will not be altered, and if
people will send their money.


There is a company with a program with the beauty of money being sent to
you in the mail from each new subscriber in your downline. But it also
has an administration to ensure there are no changes in the order of who
gets money (and prevents outright deletions and name substitutions), and
ensures the money is sent to everyone who should be paid.


It uses a payment system of US$10 for each of the five people in your
upline (and of course to you from the five levels beneath you), and a
$10 payment to the admin for the hosting of your own web page. $10 notes
are mailed by the person who joins direct to the upline and
administration. So everybody gets money in envelopes in a similar way
that $1 and $5 letters send their money, but it is done legally and you
are sure of being paid. At $10 each, it is a lot more money. The plan
renews every three months giving you yet another load of envelopes from
your downline every three months.


For more info please visit my webpage at: 
http://www.powerpageinc.com/page.asp?id=960830

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



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