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    I Finally Quit MLM (Then made $18k in 8 Weeks)


    by DigitalRhino


    I Finally Quit MLM and made over $18k in 8 weeks. In fact I just had my best month (in 4 months) with $17k in the last 30 days alone. Compare this with 4 years in MLM making peanuts with a best month of $8k per month!

    The CoffeeHouse Letter gives you - The Shocking Truth, Your Upline Isn't telling You...

    Controversial, Yet Filled With Common Sense, The Following "Coffee House" Letter Reveals Why MLM professionals Are Throwing In The Towel On Downline Building, And Using A New Concept Called G.P.T. To Make More Money Than Ever

    "I've never seen another business where someone can plug-in to a simple marketing system and generate a full time income within their first 30 to 60 days - This is the only business model I can whole-heartedly recommend to anyone who wants to earn a significant income from home. After reviewing every Top Tier business on the market, this is the only one I was willing to put my name on. Their products, mission, and compensation model are simply better than anything else out there which is why I became a Consultant. There is no doubt in my mind that the Top Tier business model offers the greatest opportunity for financial freedom in this industry" (Mike Dillard)

    "Work at Home" entrepreneurs are faced with an alarming uphill battle against cut-throat competition, rising advertising costs, and an average customer/distributor retention rate that's dropped down to an average of less than 3 months. Building a full-time income, or even a residual income through the networking marketing business model in the internet age is like trying to fill a leaking bucket - with 90% of distributions spending much more money than they'll ever make. Tired of dealing with downline attrition and tiny commission checks, more and more home business owners are turning away from the traditional "MLM" business model, in favor of the increasingly popular G.P.T. structure outlined in the following letter some call controversial...