An Internet Mogul Enters Training
Lingering unemployment has a way of devouring retirement accounts.
So the job title I gave myself, Internet Mogul, pays well. I need a good paying job for goodness sake! Surly a few months of being an Internet Mogul and those meager accounts will be flush with my success.
All the web gurus say I can do it, if I only buy their terribly overpriced product.
If I'm on a budget, $99 bucks will get me their hot-shot eBook with the 10 Magic Secrets of the Rich and Powerful. You know, the ones who work ten minutes a day in their silk jammies, don't know a bit of HTML yet rake in millions on the net.
Of course it's not worth the $99 that was so conveniently tacked onto my credit card bill in a nano-instant after I clicked here.
To really learn the secrets of the gurus, I gotta spend some money. After all, the honest ones will confess those free reports they give you aren't even worth that much.
So for a mere $997, I can get a glimpse of their incredible wisdom sloppily photocopied and loaded into 3-ring binders. Ten-thousand pages. Delivered to my door. Ah, the personal touch!
Is there a better learning system out there? This mogul needs better training is she's going to succeed.