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Re: Have you heard of Pizza Money
Posted By: JasonJ In Response To: Re: Have you heard of Pizza Money (Dennis Bevers)
Date: Tuesday, October 19, 2010, at 7:10 a.m.(pst)
In Response To: Re: Have you heard of Pizza Money (Dennis Bevers)
I have seen this woman around.
The woman Lauren, I mean Gina Gray :)(Just a hunch) is putting a better marketing package together than her friend Don Alm who dropped this on her (now silent)forum several months ago.
I would bet this is nothing but a shill post by Gina trying to get the low hanging fruit visiting this and other boards.
Don't get me wrong, there is money to be made with this! It may be worth getting as Gina is rather easy to speak with and will likely offer support if it is needed vs. a simple outline like Alm claims in his programs.
She took his idea, put some lipstick on it, and is marketing it far better than he could.
I am just not a fan of the shill post technique, if you got something worth selling, "own it" and open it up for discussion
>> >> Has anyone heard of this Pizza Money thing.
>> >> This girl is claiming you can make $3,480 a week by carrying
>> around a
>> >> pizza box.
>> >> What do you think?
>> >> Is this something doable?
>> >> See it here
>> >> http://www.pizzamoney.net
>> >> lauren
>> Without even watching the video, I have a hard time believing any
>> employer would pay a stranger to walk around carrying his pizza box around
>> for a couple hours a day, when he could pay employees to do it for far
>> The nearly $3500 figure plays on the greed factor (and/or desperation)
>> of people looking for easy money. That amount would indicate someone using
>> her system making that amount for 40 hours work per week is making $87 per
>> hour. Are they billing multiple businesses for toting their product around
>> during the same time period.
>> As Forest Gump's Mother probably told him, "Forest, if it seems
>> to good to be true, it probably is!".
>> Oh, btw, if they can make that kind of money for little more than
>> carrying empty boxes around, I would imagine some FedEx, UPS, and other
>> carrier drivers will be checking it out. That weekly figure would amount
>> to over $173K if they only work 50 weeks a year and take a 2 week
>> Any business offer that uses number adding up to a six-figure annual
>> income is always suspect in my book. It comes under the headings of
>> Get-Rich-Quick and Lazy Man's Way to Wealth.
>> Just my opinion.
>> Dennis Bevers
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