Wow…you’re rich! Now who told you that WA teaches you how to “talk smack” about every program? I say WA is the best because, well, they are. I made thousands of dollars outside of promoting them and no it did not require me to sell the same product I just bought just like you do with Earn Easy Commissions. I don’t even know what you’re complaining about though as I gave a little credit to something that is clearly a recruiting gig. Can you please tell me how you made that $3,500 though, as I am sure you didn’t sell shoes to get that. I can actually answer that for you though as it’s nothing new to me. You sold Earn Easy Commissions! Or wait, you baited someone to join the free stuff and then hit them with more marketing BS so that their eyes opened big and then made them pull out their wallet. This is nothing new Jason and if you didn’t see the news on Digital Altitude, you might want to wake up and smell the coffee as these recruiting based ponzis are getting shot down as we speak. Just be thankful that your $3,500 isn’t enough for you to go to jail, so enjoy your fortune while it lasts! But I will very much love to hear your answer to my question, just for entertainment as you affiliates are hilarious!
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