The "low-cost" revolution

July 26
By Mike

 Last week I invested in another run of the mill ebook about online sales and making money.

Not expecting much I handed over the dosh and got back my 30 page report. It's the best money I've spent for a long while - all $7 (about £4)of it...

, let me tell you -

There are hundreds of "gurus" on-line who want to sell you products for $297, $497, $997 or more that they claim will show you how you can earn a living online. Don't buy them.

I read this report in around half an hour and it taught me so much in such a short space of time.

Not only that, but the unmentioned bonuses were pretty cool also. One of them being a pay-pal script with added extra's that is definitely getting put up onto one of my sites and maybe even this one too.

Take a look at: SevenDollarSecrets

Now I've been on-line a while and I have seen, done and heard a lot of good (and bad) ideas and methods but I would never have believed this one before now 

You see, the "gurus" of Internet Marketing want you to believe that you have to invest hundreds or thousands of dollars in their products in order to have the knowledge you need to earn a great living online. They want you to think that there's great hidden secrets that only they have, and the only way for you to get a hold of them is to break out your credit card and start spending loads of cash.

The truth is, there is a hidden secret. The secret is that these guys are scamming people, and nobody seems to know it! - No scratch that, it's no real secret these day's.

So, let's all get wealthy, starting by reading this one little report and taking action.

Regards

Mike

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