$1,000,000 for your $0.70.... Is this really possible?

@eichs1 (1934)
Philippines
April 6, 2009 7:59pm CST
I know this is for advertising purposes but is there a truth in this? Is this not a blatant lie just to get others to join and invest? What do you think guys? Did anybody joined and invested in this site called 70cents.net?
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@rosdimy (3936)
• Malaysia
7 Apr 09
It is possible if you are the only person at the top, and the rest are prepared to be under you as suggested by the person(s) responsible for the scheme. In practice it is highly unlikely anyone would get that amount of money. Those who join early in this and other similar schemes will get something back. Those who come in later will lose their investment. Visualise the number of people needed for the first person to get 1 million dollars. Naturally there will be more than one person starting their own matrix. Multiply these numbers. As we go down the line the number of people needed rises exponentially for each level. If the scheme is really practical many governments would have started it to have an easy income. all the best, rosdimy
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@eichs1 (1934)
• Philippines
7 Apr 09
You are right. It is just like typical pyramiding scheme. But there are people who are really good in recruiting others and they are suited in this type of money making. They may not reach a million but they can gain a substantial income from this.
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@rosdimy (3936)
• Malaysia
7 Apr 09
I know of people who can sweet talk other people to do as their bidding. At the same time there are gullible people, those who believe in the amount but not in the real calculation. The smooth talkers will benefit, and this is used as proof of the validity of the scheme/program. I am not against those who want to join similar programs. Just do the maths first. If the scheme has been around for some time, then the chances of getting anything substantial in return are slim.
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