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    Forex-Affiliate.com?

    Anyone got anything on this?

    http://www.forex-affiliate.com

    Up to $10,000 commissions...I don't know.

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    Re: Forex-Affiliate.com?

    Too good to be true? You know the answer.

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    Re: Forex-Affiliate.com?

    Are you planning to join? What is the joining fee?

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    Re: pcwork

    There is no joining fee.

    But I did some research, and if you go here:

    http://tinyurl.com/yaeyv7

    Enter the code, and you will be taken to a page displaying the website owner's information, such as name, email address, home address, fax number, etc.

    You can contact him from there if you want, but since he's based in a foreign country, I decided I wouldn't get involved.

    Plus, one red flag, if you read through the details on the forex site, they only pay out through BankWire or PayPal.

    That's an automatic no no.
    Last edited by curiousinternetguy; 10-18-2006 at 05:24 AM.

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    Re: Forex-Affiliate.com?

    Sounds really scammy, glad you didn't join them!

    I had a prospect who almost joined Forex, but luckily
    he didn't. Now we're talking about finally joining us.

    One crucial rule of thumb:
    If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.


    Cheers,

    Robert

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    Re: Forex-Affiliate.com?

    One more thing I should add:
    Before you join anything, make sure you do
    a thorough search on BBB online as well as
    a keyword search using words such as:
    forex bad, forex scam, forex problems
    You get the picture.

    It's just worth the couple of minutes to research
    an opportunity that could cost thousands.

    If there is something to write about, then
    you will find it to read. And remember that
    when the promise is very big, the pool of
    "winners" is very small.

    Common sense? Sure. But it's like the stock
    market: if the ball's rolling, jumping either on
    or off is easier than staying put.


    Have a great day,

    Robert

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    Re: Forex-Affiliate.com?

    it is not a scam but it is very hard to achieve this kind of income unless you are a professional forex marketer. signup cost zero but i heard it is hard to track your customers signups so better always to ask prepaid ads.

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