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Following up from my previous blog about good, old Oli Tee, I can also now inform you, that if you ever get anything, or see anything from Amber Robinson, you can be sure it's Scam! But even better is to watch the video on commissiohack.com! Two guys, Andrew X and Steven Johnson, who actually developed this scheme, have found some girl that obviously has the (Internet) IQ close to absolute freezing point. The video wants to make you believe that this bimbo developed the scheme and when you watch the video, you'll not pay much attention to what she actually says! Hillarious!

As I mentioned before, I normally do not disclose the names of all the wonderful marketers who send me emails day after and, unwittignly, give me leads to review, but now I'm making an axception. Gary Ambrose, one of the greatest marketers I have seen and read about numerous times is actually peddling more Scam than anybody else! Beware of anything remotely connected with his name!

If you truly want to make money online, you have to work at it very hard, persistently and diligently, just like any other jobs! There is no quick fix!

Imagine if you were one the so-called Gurus. Why on earth would you want to reveal your system? You would do that only if you get paid for it, wouldn't you? Just like Zuckerberg is cashing in now. But that is the point I'm trying to make. Selling your system, be it against a one time fee, or combined with a monthly fee, won't make you any reasonable amount of money and you've effectively created a competition for yourself. That is, of course, if you had sold the whole system in an honest way! This only works if you really can create economies of scale and that's not even considering the competition factor.

Logic would dictate, that you've basically sold something that is at least outdated.

If these Gurus were really honest and smart and had a system that really works and is always up-to-date, wouldn't it make more sense to franschise it? Have your prospects sign up for free (because you're getting their leads in return) and split the revenues, or charge royalties. Since that is not happening (at least I haven't seen anything like this so far), one could only deduce that every scheme out there is in one way or another a Scam!

If you really want to make money online in an honest straightforward manner, then work hard at it and you can succeed. If you need any help, then check out my (honest) website http://www.internetadvisor.weebly.com/

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