Advanced Marketing

I saw an ad in the newspaper about stuffing envelopes for money. My mother told me that she reminded my grandma stuffing envelopes when she was younger. I went onto the website and paid $23 to start up. The website said all I had to do was put brouches into the envelopes and I would get paid $4 for each one. It said if I didn’t like it I could get my money back. I waited 7 days to get the start up kit which told me that in order to make money I had to put a paper on bulletin boards or advertising websites with my home address and 3 lines about their company. I refuse to put my home address on bulletin boards or websites and one of the papers says I can not get a refund until I try out the program. There is no email website or phone number anywhere.

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