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Jeff Paul: Short Cuts to Internet Millions is a Rip-off

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29 Nov 07 05:24:47 pm
Last night as I was watching some TV, I came across an infomercial for Jeff Paul and his Internet money-making program called, 'Short Cuts to Internet Millions.' After watching the infomercial I thought
wow this sounds good, but wait I did a search on the Rip=off report and found it is.

First of all, Jeff Paul is advertising his, 'Short Cuts to Internet Millions,' program for a one-time payment of only $39.95 USD. Do you really think that a $40 investment is going to make you a millionaire?

I didn't call the number and I haven't ordered the program but I am pretty sure his program is just an effective way to generate leads for his telemarketers to call and up-sale you for a $5,000 to $10,000 investment for coaching or other related products.

I look at the Rip-off report and its a rip-off so don't fall for the crap.....

The other thing I noticed is the two well-endowed girls who host the infomercial keep talking about the 10, '3 clicks to cash' website businesses you receive for the $39.95 but say nothing on how you are going to drive highly targeted prospects to your websites.

Heads up to everyone....


J Baca

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