Those 10Gain.com Commercials

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These websites are advertised on late-night television, and if you visited the sites, you would see that they all look the same.

A couple at the top tosses $100 bills into the air. They work at home. They are rich.

Filthy rich.

But lonely.

They need you to become their friend, and make money from home like them.

They are such experts at throwing money that the 100s are all showing the front of the bill.

The sites collect information on behalf of the "Work at Home Institute". Where the motto is Posterus Securus.

The sites encourage you to try working from home. They advertise:

  • It's easier than you think to work at home!
  • You can do it!
  • thousands already have!
  • Be your own boss
  • Set your own hours
  • Possible tax advantages
  • No more commute
  • No business experience necessary
  • Spend more time with your family
  • Financial Security
  • Freedom
  • Superior Life

On the website, you will be asked about your contact information and five other questions, including: 

What level of monthly income do you want from this:

$10000 Plus per Month
$5000-10000 per Month

$2500-5000 per Month
$500-2500 per Month

If you fill out the short questionnaire, your information becomes a "sales lead", and you can expect a phone call or email within hours.

However, the folks at 10Gain.com don't actually contact you. Instead, they sell your information to other people.

These other people want you to join their Multi-level marketing sales force.

To sign up to be included in the sponsor group, visit the Work at Home Institute's Sister Site, Prospect Performance.com

Prospect performance sells leads to Multi-level Marketing distributors, such as NuSkin (skin care products), Lexxus - NHT Global (herbal lotions), PrePaid Legal and Herbalife (weight loss products) distributors.

They require that the companies they work with have only a limited number of Better Business Bureau complaints on the web.

Why do they have so many different websites?

I believe they assign one website address to each television network. This allows them to gauge the effectiveness of the advertising on, say, the Food Network and compare it to the response on Lifetime

Why are Multi-level Marketing distributors willing to pay for your information? Why is there so much demand for new "home business" entrepreneurs?

I believe it is because it is a lot easier to make money selling a "home business opportunity" than it is to make money selling the products themselves.

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