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  1. #33
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    Re: Where to promote a 'non-scam' scheme?

    Quote Originally Posted by simon43
    Thanks wealth78! Yes, I'm sure it all sounds bollox! That's why I need to finish the ebook. Re the UK house etc, I was lucky in that I sold a UK business during the dotcom era. Got $2 million for it. Subsequent dot-com crash wiped 50% of it out and the ex-wife got most of what was left (: Never mind....

    My hotel website is at www.phuketairporthotel.com (hope it's ok giving that url - just to convince the unbelievers here).

    Actually, this was the problem that I have always had re my 'scheme'. No-one believes that it is possible and dismisses it out-of-hand. So I have beavered on for many years alone, and my 'lifestyle' is a result of the income from this scheme.

    Re Phuket, it was never destroyed in the tsunami. Just 'scare' headlines. Although many 10s of thousands of people died, there was actually minimal structural damage. It was far worse in Indonesia though...

    Simon (now writing chapter 5 ....)
    LMFAO! I seen better web pages done by nigerians. Why does it say that your contact e-mail is [email protected]

    With all them millions, i would have thought you'd be able to afford your own email domain. U poor loser. Get a life!







    Or maybe, just maybe, you are doindg so good that Yahoo has approached you to do a merger and work together. ;)

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    Re: Where to promote a 'non-scam' scheme?

    Quote Originally Posted by simon43
    Actually, this was the problem that I have always had re my 'scheme'. No-one believes that it is possible and dismisses it out-of-hand. So I have beavered on for many years alone, and my 'lifestyle' is a result of the income from this scheme.
    Hey, I'm not saying that its not possible, I'm just saying that your story has a few holes, and that should make alarm bells ring for anyone looking for a way to make money.

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    Re: Where to promote a 'non-scam' scheme?

    Spamma Scammer, thank you for your words of wisdom. Now I will lie awake all night and worry about my webpage design and use of a Yahoo email address.

    ... And I thought everything was going soooo well :)

    Simon

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    Re: Where to promote a 'non-scam' scheme?

    Quote Originally Posted by simon43
    Spamma Scammer, thank you for your words of wisdom. Now I will lie awake all night and worry about my webpage design and use of a Yahoo email address.

    ... And I thought everything was going soooo well :)

    Simon

    Why don't you just tell us more about this scheme of yours then. You don't have to post any links of the sort. Let us know the jist of it. What do you actually do?

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    Re: Where to promote a 'non-scam' scheme?

    Nope - I'll tell when I complete the ebook :) Or do your own research and you will find the answer.

    Simon

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    Re: Where to promote a 'non-scam' scheme?

    Quote Originally Posted by simon43
    Nope - I'll tell when I complete the ebook :) Or do your own research and you will find the answer.

    Simon
    will you be using crayons to write your e-book?

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    Re: Where to promote a 'non-scam' scheme?

    [quote]
    will you be using crayons to write your e-book?
    [\quote]

    If it makes it sell better, then yes....

    Simon

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    Re: Where to promote a 'non-scam' scheme?

    Quote Originally Posted by Spamma Scammer
    LMFAO! I seen better web pages done by nigerians. Why does it say that your contact e-mail is [email protected]

    With all them millions, i would have thought you'd be able to afford your own email domain. U poor loser. Get a life!


    Or maybe, just maybe, you are doindg so good that Yahoo has approached you to do a merger and work together. ;)

    Spamma......I was a bit leary myself, as you can see in a previous post I also ripped in a little. HOWEVER, I did about 5 minutes of research and found this link. We can all agree that Trip Advisor is an established website, so just take a look at this link.

    http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Rev...el-Phuket.html

    Now, I never thought I would say that a spam on this forum is legit....but I'm starting to lean that way. Will do some more googling later.

    Jax

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    Re: Where to promote a 'non-scam' scheme?

    i withdraw my statements! they were all logical though. sorry simon, just don't expect to come to scam.com and put something out there and not expect everyone to jump on it. It's what we do best.

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    Re: Where to promote a 'non-scam' scheme?

    Quote Originally Posted by Spamma Scammer
    LMFAO! I seen better web pages done by nigerians. Why does it say that your contact e-mail is [email protected]

    With all them millions, i would have thought you'd be able to afford your own email domain. U poor loser. Get a life!

    Or maybe, just maybe, you are doindg so good that Yahoo has approached you to do a merger and work together. ;)
    Yeah, like JaxDevlin said it looks like Simon is not a spammer. I even considered the possibility that those hotel reviews are fake, but after reading them I think it's impossible. The style is different in each one of them and there are also some complaints (firm beds!) and a reply by Simon promising to fix the problem .. etc. Also I don't believe TripAdvisor would fall for a fake hotel they must have checked it out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Spamma Scammer
    but you carry a link for project pay day
    I don't get this one?? So if I am a member of a program and it works for me, I should be discrediting everybody else?

    There exist some honest people out there my friend...


    .

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    Re: Where to promote a 'non-scam' scheme?

    Quote Originally Posted by wealth78
    Yeah, like JaxDevlin said it looks like Simon is not a spammer. I even considered the possibility that those hotel reviews are fake, but after reading them I think it's impossible. The style is different in each one of them and there are also some complaints (firm beds!) and a reply by Simon promising to fix the problem .. etc. Also I don't believe TripAdvisor would fall for a fake hotel they must have checked it out.



    I don't get this one?? So if I am a member of a program and it works for me, I should be discrediting everybody else?

    There exist some honest people out there my friend...


    .

    i'M JUST EXERCISING MY FREEDOM OF SPEECH

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    Re: Where to promote a 'non-scam' scheme?

    Let Simon do his thing and if it is a scam, we will hear about sooner or later. Not all money-making schemes are frauds. Then again many frauds (like Amway) have been accepted around the world as legit. It is all a matter of perception.

    Simon... How can we learn more about your ideas? Can you post the BBC link here for us to read?

    Thanks.
    Trust only your birth mother!

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    Re: Where to promote a 'non-scam' scheme?

    Quote Originally Posted by Meteor View Post
    Simon... How can we learn more about your ideas? Can you post the BBC link here for us to read?

    Thanks.
    Well, since simon43 hasn't logged in here in five and a half years, I wouldn't hold my breath.

    The last post in this thread before yours was almost 6 years ago on 2AUG2007.

    Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge: it is those who know little, and not those who know much, who so positively assert that this or that problem will never be solved by science. -C. Darwin

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