MLM Warnings and Spam Issues
are some MLM Warnings and SPAM issues that I found and
wanted you to know....Plus information about email
I believe that nothing is for free in this world. You really need to put in some hard earned work to get anywhere. but MLM programs try to make you believe that their program is THE best you have seen, and that with them, you will live comfortably off the millions you will be making every week while vacationing in the Bahamas. Ummmm. yeah, right.
Unfortunately, newbies suffer the consequences daily. Falling into that hype like a giant pot hole out of no where.
Now don't get me wrong, MLM can't be all that bad, but I'm sure the percentage is against them. (But if you are steamed, or happy, he he...yep, sure you are!....visit the forum and let me know)
I've been surfing around for almost 3 years now. While that don't make me an expert, it does help me be informed. you know, been there done that. I must average about 5 hours online daily (I know...get a life). So I hope anything I say at least makes you look, and listen. Or at least hesitate and ponder.(hey...I did it for you. : )
Seriously, Does anyone believe that they are going to make $5,000-a-day ??? A wonderful thought. If you were asleep. A little investment in time is all any serious business takes, but if someone told you it was easy...well...its not. I don't mean to discourage, but Rome wasnt built in a day. And any quality business wont be either. You reap what you sow.
Some of the best advice that I, or anyone else will probably ever offer you is, investigate, learn, and read. Don't always believe what you are told. Take your time. Don't rush into any business venture that costs any money, or especially that you cannot afford to lose.
Read on my friends....let the truth be told...
Email virus warnings
Watch out!!! the Sircam virus is out and about! I
received it, and so can you. It looks innocent enough,
but its deadly! Never open attachments you cannot scan.
Even if friends send you mail, viruses from their
computer can be sent to you. ALWAYS try to scan
Recently (late april 2001) I was the (almost) victim
of an email virus. But Thank God that I received it in
one of my hotmail accounts (well 2 of my accounts).
Hotmail uses the Mcafee virus scan, which apparently
works very well I might add. When I tried to open the
attatchment (not the email), The Mcafee virus scan
detected a virus (showing a little bomb) and told me the
name of it.. From what I have read, this virus is known
as a worm, which tries to go through your computer for
email addresses. Another way that spammers try to get
their quota I guess. What I wish for these fine
individuals would scare hitler...
CC: contagious correction- Cute little email you should read.
Email virus safety precautions.- A must read for those who need info about viruses.
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Wow....such a small word, such a big
meaning. And no...it's not lunchmeat!!
DID YOU KNOW...You are not supposed to use the opt-out (removal)?? Spamfree.org says that if you do, you may get more spam. It lets your spammers know that it is a valid email address. Sneaky eh? (Proof that reading and investigating are essential!) UPDATE! Email me...I have a program for you.
If you are interested, SPAMCOP will do the legwork for you. And you can do this free of charge. I should know, I have had my fill of turning in many spammers recently. Most having their sites shut down. OOOOPS. Tee hee. Go to their website, Spamcop.net and click on report spam. Go to the link that says "I understand and agree". this will ask you for your email address. Once confirmed. you can use their service for free. If you can afford to, their fee is only about 12.50 or so for the year. You'll see....you'll love it!! And its soooo easy.
There is a couple other sites that have some info to read they are:
spamfree.org -Articles about spam. Recommended reading
Abuse.net -They are supposed to have some spam tools and reporting tools.
Anti-SPAM campaign- Directory of SPAM fighting information and resources