Why Are Biz-Opp Promoters Afraid to Explain What the Opp Does to Make Money?

@mythociate (14738)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
October 13, 2012 3:08pm CST
I think it's because either 'getting you to click-in' is what they get paid for (and they don't really care whether you choose to join the opp) or the opp isn't worth what they expect to get paid for your click. Why don't you think they explain their biz-opps in the invitation-letters?
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• Chennai, India
14 Oct 12
I think those biz-opps target the newbies looking for online earnings. (I'm sure people who are in the online money making for over 6 months won't even bother about these biz-opps.) When I got my internet at home for the first time, I was looking for an opportunity online. And my search brought me up some of these 'biz-opps'. After going through the top 10 of the list, I picked one and paid $40. Later I found that there is nothing else than I should sell the product. Until then, the website was saying "it is as simple as 1-2-3" and all that blah-blah. But at least that product had market in US then. So, I tried promoting it and got around $750. Had they told that I have to sell their product, I wouldn't have joined in the first place. Since I used a Virtual Credit Card, I couldn't ask for refund too. Having paid for it, I had to give a try and thank God, it worked. (And I hope those who bought the product found it useful. ) Once someone is trapped into their system, either they have to quit or they have to sell it if they want to earn their money back. That is why these people don't reveal what is inside.