Friday, February 1, 2008

New programme, hard to believe... but working.

Based on yesterday's ALERT here's the deal.

I usually delete most of the pitches that are thrown my way by the various Internet Gurus and those who have managed to get my e-mail address. So my daily routine is to sit down in front the computer, turn on the TV, and start to press the DEL key when I see the familiar names appear in my e-mail folders. But there was one e-mail over which my DEL trigger finger paused and I started reading. It was a private invitation.

This one is well thought out and put together. It's an ancient formula that has finally been implemented to work entirely in cyberspace, or the Internet.

The entire formula is not revealed, but enough to make it understandable.

The instructions are meticulous. All you need to do is to read the pages that are offered to you, one by one, and then follow what you are being instructed to do.

Some stupendous claims will be made so you may think that this one fits into that category of "if it's too good to be true....". Well, just know that that thought will arise, as it did in my head. But I kept reading as I could not stop.

This one will appeal to both the active type of person and the passive, as it can be entirely passive.

It would be best to say what the program is not, rather than what it is (I leave it to the Originator to describe what it is):

- not a scam
- not a ponzi
- not a pyramid
- not a chain letter

You won't have to make any monthly payments. And the price is at such a threshold that you won't think twice about it.

Finally, this one will appeal to most folks who manage to come across it.

Here is your invitation link.

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