Saint Paul, MN (PRWEB) February 21, 2008
Mark Marquisi, an Internet marketer from Saint Paul, MN, has found a steady yet controversial second income -- selling fake doctor's notes on the Internet. Marquisi's site http://bestfakedoctornotes.com offers fabricated doctors notes for 'entertainment use only.'
The site, which has been online since November 2007, portrays itself as a colorful sales letter from a fictional, sunglass-wearing doctor named Dr. E.Z. Streat. For a small price, ($14.97) the "doctor" will instantly email you the 12 authentic looking doctor notes. Once received, the notes can be edited and signed.
The site isn't the first to sell fake doctor notes on the internet. Throughout the past year several sites have sprung up for business. Marquisi claims to stand out from the pack by creating higher quality notes of better value. The medical logos and graphics, he explains, are what make his notes look legitimate.
Many consider using fake doctor notes to be unethical, however Marquisi feels differently. "I simply saw a demand on the internet and created a product to fulfill that demand. My products are for entertainment use only, but if someone chooses to use them in other ways, that is their decision. I do not encourage illegal use of my products," Marquisi states.
The Web site has a slightly different statement. Early in the sales page, "Dr. E.Z. Streat" explains that Americans are overworked, overstressed, and simply "Need a Damn Break."
Marquisi began his interest in entrepreneurship when he started a graphic design business in August of 2006. After quickly becoming bored with a service-based business, he created his first digital product -- a Craigslist marketing guide. The guide has been a moderate success since March 2007.
Eager to sell more digital products, Marquisi came up with the idea of selling a collection of fake doctor's notes. By combining his graphic design and marketing skills, his package of detailed doctor's notes ranges from Chiropractor to Cardiologist to Gynecologist.
Marquisi states that the site has done well and receives between 300-500 visits a day. "Mondays are usually the highest selling days -- people are usually overwhelmed at the beginning of the week," Marquisi states.
To learn more about Best Fake Doctor Notes, visit the site at http://bestfakedoctornotes.com.