Why do people who claim to have made millions with social networking, spam us for money scams?
Does social networking work for an honest business? I have found no huge advantage or increase in sales, but it does seem to take up a large portion of my time. Has anyone done well with social networking in an honest and not spam related way?
As with most of the "I made *this* amount of money using a secret system that ANYONE can use" schemes, the actual money-making comes from doing exactly what that person was doing in the first place...
....asking someone else to send money to buy their "secret" to learn how to do it themselves.
It's a pyramid scam at its finest, and judging by the number of gullible people who, dazzled by the promise of infinite wealth, constantly send money to these scam artists, it's quite lucrative.
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