REPLACE YOUR COMPLETE INCOME AT income at home.com!
ALL DAY AND NIGHT IN AMERICA ON TALK RADIO,
AMERICANS MUST LISTEN TO COMMERCIALS FROM A
COMPANY CALLED INCOME AT HOME.COM
The annoying commercials which run non-stop and are endorsed by
irresponsible right-wingers like Sean Hannity (who makes a fortune off
the commercials being run on his show) emphasize a few points:
*You can replace the income from your job (and your spouse's)
*Work at home -- set your own hours
*No experience necessary
*You won't be selling soap
The initial CD package is only $9.95!!!
Yet they never say what company it is, what you'll be doing
or the fact that 95% of the people who get involved in this
"opportunity" will never make a cent.
No, you won't be selling soap. You'll be selling HERBALIFE.
And the initial CD still will not tell you what you'll be doing or
who you will be involved with. It will cost you an
additional $39.95 to find out that information. And once you
pay that, you'll absolutely need other "marketing tools"
which will cost you anywhere from hundreds to thousands to
properly take advantage of this incredible opportunity.
Oh, by the way. If you do not return the initial CD package
within 14 days--you automatically get charged an additional
$39.95 which you unknowingly agreed to in the small print.
Any company that won't reveal who they are or what they do
even after you spend $9.95, is a scam.
This company continues to make income off of desperate
Americans by charging them $9.95 and then $39.95 to
find out who they even are.
A few million a month in these questionable fees equals
lots and lots of commercials that run non-stop on
right-wing talkers who personally benefit from ad time.
HERBALIFE may have some fine weight loss, nutrition and
personal care products.
They don't need to be scamming desperate Americans
to spend money they don't have to become a
distributor through deceptive and misleading radio ads.
95% of those who start with this incredible "opportunity"
will make nothing, with most losing hundreds or
thousands of the little money they don't have.
LINKS THAT VERIFY THIS:
If the ads came right out and said:
"We Are Herbalife--a marketer of weight loss, nutrition andpersonal care products. Would you like to become a
distributor? Here is a website for more information"
instead of scamming people to send $9.95 for a CD
which explains nothing further and charging them
$39.95 when it is not returned within 14 days
then it would be legitimate.
In the meantime, Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Dr. Laura, Mark Levin, Michael Savage and other right wingers are clearly demonstrating their total lack of ethics by
allowing these ads to run on their shows.