Long term with NO investment

@wildguy2 (1349)
Canada
January 30, 2007 10:44pm CST
Has anyone heard of Wealth Toolbox? I have signed up and it seems... different, what it is in a nutshell is a long term program, 2 years to be exact, they give you a $50.00 start in there program which they invest and you earn weekly from that $50.00, so far I have earned close to $5.00 in 2 weeks from that free $50.00 they gave me to sign up, so in 2 years that would be a fair amount of money, I think I will stay with it and see what happens, after all it cost me nothing to join and they invested the money, so what would I have to lose right? If anyone is interested in having a look this is my link http://www.wealthtoolbox.com/?ref=stacycol@nb.sympatico.ca
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7 responses
• United States
31 Jan 07
I tried to sign up but it wouldn't let me. Then I read from someone who was a member that it wasn't real. They said they never got the money they earned. I guess I would be a little worried about it. Good luck to you though.
• United States
31 Jan 07
I signed up for this about a week ago. The way I see is what do I have to lose? It's not my money so if it turns out to be a scam I haven't lost anything not even my time. Just my take on it.
@wildguy2 (1349)
• Canada
31 Jan 07
How would they get the money they earned....it is a long term investment, it takes 2 full years for the money to mature, then they will release it to your paypal account, did this person you are talking about stay with this for 2 years? What is to be worried about? There is absolutely NO LOSS, you do not have to invest any money from your own pocket, in this program you can't even lose time as you have to spend none there, except to check your account every week or so.
@yanjiaren (9050)
31 Jan 07
can you cashout your weekly lot? or do you have to wait to draw out your roi? cos sometimese a lot of these free giveaway companies have a little catch..pleae let me know thanks..
• United States
31 Jan 07
I signed up and they never sent a link. Not such a good start to do business.
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@wolfie34 (26881)
• United Kingdom
31 Jan 07
I'm always wary and cynical about these sites, and they do tend to be concentrating on the US market rather than outside. I have joined schemes like this before and for me it was a waste of time and effort, so I steer clear of them. If it costs nothing then good luck to you, I hope you make some cash, but it's not for me, sorry!
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@lifeiseasy (2292)
• United States
5 Feb 07
I have heard of this program ...I was just going to suggest that you might want to be careful posting dicussions with links to your programs in here ...I have heard that they are alittle touchy about that ...you can respond to a discussion with your link ...like this for example .I am going to suggest to you a place to profile your business so I will leave my link ...lol http://bizpreneur.com/signup.php?refer=lifeiseasy This is really a great place for anyone who has an type of business... its free too... :)
@oldboy46 (2133)
• Australia
5 Feb 07
That is a long time to wait .... two years .... and what do you have to do in the meantime I wonder. Nobody gives anything away for nothing and if the thousands who say they are joining actually get their money, where is it coming from? Good luck but I think it is a scam although I do not know how it is working just yet. As a friend told me, just get a separate email address from the one you normally use and if they eventually ask for your paypal account details, then start up a new one ..... that way if you are going to be scammed out of your money all they will get is what they put in there ..... that sounds quite reasonable to me.
@xiayifeng (560)
• China
31 Jan 07
ys. I know. I don't think you have earned much money from it.