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It’s about time someone finally called the bluff on every internet marketing guru and their money-making scams. All their websites look the same because they all copy each other. They’re all selling the same useless information. The Real Straightshooter has blown the whistle on all of them. His program tells all and actually offers innovative ideas. We’ve all come across the same cookie-cutter money-making sites time and time again.
I’m sick of seeing bogus pictures of expensive houses, cars, boats, and the like. Not to mention all the phony checks, bank statements, testimonials, and logos that litter their sites. It’s down right nauseating. The aforementioned are just a small sample of some of the things you'll run across when you're looking for legitimate money-making opportunities. Some of these "experts" will go to great lengths to try and trick you.
They'll use a number of different tactics. For example, they claim that their site is backed by major corporations. We’ve all seen the logos along with a little blurb stating, “as seen on places such as, CNN, CSPAN, FOX, AOL, MSNBC, CNBC, The Wall Street Journal, etc.” When you read the fine print they'll say that their site has never been mentioned by any of these companies, but they believe that these companies have mentioned the internet before. Another common deceptive tactic is to put pictures of popular magazine covers on their site, as if the magazine company actually took the time to write a story about their site. Yeah, okay, sure! I’m so glad there is finally an honest program out there. You can make some serious money using the techniques in “The Real Deal.” It’s the first, the last, and only program you’ll ever need to know about making money online. My hat’s off to the creator. www.
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