Lies, Lies, Lies

May 11th, 2012

It all sounds great. Click on a website and start making money. But it is a pyramid scheme. Going to the website ( eventually leads you to a pitch for a business called Resorts360, which you have to buy into to even get started. You are then expected to recruit other members to pay into the scheme, taking a cut for yourself and giving the rest to the person above you.

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An inherently deceptive form of multi-level marketing where participants are told they’ll get paid for recruiting other participants, and not necessarily for selling products or services. Typically, participants must pay some sort of initial investment in order to join, and will then earn a commission for each participant they recruit. Unfortunately for the unsuspecting consumers, pyramid schemes are doomed to collapse because the number of potential participants is limited.

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