Camden, TN (PRWEB) March 1, 2006
New business opportunities promising loads of cash in exchange for a minimum of effort are popping up all over the Internet.
But are they legal? Are they ethical?
Kristi Sayles, a Tennessee teacher, says that she believes highly in one such program she just recently joined, because has she earned more in a few days than what she usually brings home on her teacher's check for a whole month. "The marketing package is fantastic," she says.
Ms. Sayles isn't the only one making such claims about such programs that usually involve convincing others to do the same.
But, there has been controversy over this new wave of home business opportunities.
Some people have called them scams, stating that the programs make false claims of wealth-building and should be avoided.
One well-known marketer sent a message out to his list warning his members against joining the very program that Ms. Sayles is involved in.
Mrs. Sayles dismisses the alerts. “I can’t vouch for anyone else, but I know that my son and I have both struck it rich with this program. That’s why our testimonials are included on the site. These nay-sayers are just trying to persuade marketers to play with them instead of us. That’s what I think.”
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