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Old 05-11-2008, 03:50 AM
Chillz Chillz is offline
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MillionsForLife.com

MillionsForLife.com

I searched for a thread about this but couldn't find one, after reading their website I know what it isn't;
NO Selling Products
NO Adsense
NO Posting Ads
NO Selling Services
NO Mailing LIsts
NO Stuffing Envelopes
NO Pyramid Schemes
NO Surveys
NO Websites to Build
NO Investing or Investments
NO Paid to Read Programs
NO Casino or Gambling
NO Recruiting
NO Referring
NO Referrals
NO Phone Work
NO MLM
NO Chain Letters
NO Uplines or Downlines
NO Currency Trading


but what the heck is it, besides a possible scam?


I'm not saying it is or isn't a scam but I'm just curious about what one would be doing in this online program.


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Old 05-11-2008, 08:47 AM
Hopeful Cynic Hopeful Cynic is offline
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Re: MillionsForLife.com

Can it possibly matter what the "O.N.C" system really is? These brilliant people devised a way to Guaranty $250-$1300 in profit Each and Every DAY with no skills or effort required. I do admit a small puzzlement, why do they sell this amazing opportunity for less than $300 when they could keep it to themselves and earn $250-$1300 a day with it?

Domain tools reveal over 92,000 websites hosted on the same server that houses MillionsForLife.com. Perhaps they are selling you websites to sell their system, just like an envelope stuffing scam only with a webhost.

And btw, there is a Better Internet Business certification logo on the page, right next to a 100% refund guaranty logo. The BIB logo is false, you can't click on it to view a report they just posted the jpeg and hoped you would fall for it, I assume the refund promise is equally bogus.




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Old 06-09-2008, 03:33 PM
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Re: MillionsForLife.com

From what I understand millionsforlife.com is a Clickbank opportunity. I am not sure what their angle is for marketing Clickbank products (because I haven't purchused from them) but it is definitely using Clickbank.

People really do make money on Clickbank but a guarantee that you will make $240 a day is crazy. I;m interested to know how the guarantee it. Personally if I had the $197 in disposable income I'd buy it just to see what it does but then again if i had 200 bucks to waste for the hell of it I probably wouldn't need to make extra money online.

If you don't already know anything about clickbank you can just go to their website clickbank.com and register to be an affiliate for free. I hope this is helpful and if I ever decide to purchase millionsforlife I'll let you guys know what its about.


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Old 06-10-2008, 02:19 AM
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Re: MillionsForLife.com

That one is a pretty obvious scam. With just the claims they make on the website alone is a MAJOR red flag.



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