Just found out about a former really famous Internet marketer who got slapped with a huge fraud decision by federal prosecutors.
It takes big stones to steal $476 million.
I’ve actually seen some of the guy’s older material and it is very good.
It appears he got into trouble by making unsupportable claims and then overcharging people once they bought his entry level product.
And then it seems as if he didn’t deliver any value for the $10-$20,000 it was charging.
This is an interesting dynamic in the marketing education business.
Everyone starts with the same principles. And many people are very good at implementing that knowledge.
More people run honest businesses then bad ones.
But then you get the stinkers – the ones they get tired of grinding it out and come up with a way to swoop in and scam thousands of people.
I suppose it’s a moral choice which is really a reflection of character.
Everyone has to make these kinds of decisions.
In Timeless Profit Principles we’ve decided to focus on the fundamentals. You can develop a business of your own using them.
You can achieve financial freedom and possibly, if you’re ambitious, wealth.
But we’ll stay away from the hype and illegal and unethical approach.
The funny thing is a lot of people will walk on by. There’s an old saying you can’t cheat an honest man.
I’d add to that that you can cheat a desperate, scared man.
I hope you decide to subscribe to Timeless Profit Principles. It’s an email marketing education that comes to you every day at 5 AM.
See you on the high side!
Until tomorrow, FG