With the constant economic pulse of fear running through the veins of the United States financial system, Americans have sought unconventional means of financial security since stock portfolios, retirement funds and even Social Security are all on shaky ground.
Entrepreneur magazine has consistently reported a rise in multi-level marketing business participation, work at home start-ups and franchise purchases. Most people have heard of many of the franchises and are up-to-speed on MLMs as they made their boom in the 80s but one tiny, obscure, unadvertised company caught my attention among the articles about overnight millionaires, luxury cars and homes that "you too" can have if...The tiny banner barely appeared to be advertising a business but more of a club of sorts. It was simple, to-the-point and intriguing so I bit.
I clicked the ad and was taken to a professional, organized website that provided a 15 minute video which explained how the club/company worked. There were no hidden fees, no further training materials pitched that "you must have" or any other typical work-at-home or get rich quick fare to be found. Just simple, honest information which told you the benefits of joining the lottery club and how you can grow in your success doing x, y and z. Nothing hidden.
During my research on home based businesses and ways to supplement or even replace income, I have spent countless hundreds which reeled me into buying yet more training and necessary items required for my success in said business but I never clearly knew what it was I was supposed to be doing in the first place! It was all so compartmentalized; like each door held the next secret to get you closer to the information or system that would make you rich but you never get closer to actually "doing" anything except buying more training tools or webspace on which to blog, about what, I never knew. I came to the conclusion that their "get rich" system was selling training tools to people who then in turn sell their training tools to people ad infinitum. So watching a simple, brief video explaining exactly how the club worked and how you could easily work it as a member too. Oh, and playing the lottery on many pool tickets ain't a bad benefit either!
The site does show the obligatory testimonials but they are by down-to-earth people stating how they've benefited from the club. You won't see a used-car-salesman smile from a middle-aged man wearing a bad toupee, surrounded by bleach blondes in bikinis and foreign sports cars. You will hear from hard-working couples who've surpassed their monthly retirement income, parents happy to share that their monthly income will be willed and passed on to their children and students who no longer struggle with jobs while working on their degree.
Based on my research via the internet, entrepreneur magazines, home-worker publications and interviews, it is safe to say that Lotto Magic is a breath of fresh air for anyone honestly seeking a source of income from home. If you join the lottery club, best of luck to you in your endeavors and The Examiner would love to hear about it for future reporting updates.
To watch the video or learn more, here's Lotto Magic's website http://www.lottopaysme.com/?R8973
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