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    Friday, November 17, 2006

    Bubonik: Catch the Plague

    Have you been infected?

    Okay, I admit that when I saw this link in my email, I followed it for nothing more than sheer morbid curiosity.

    Then I joined up because free is good.

    Afterwards, the reading and researching commenced. I know, a bit backwards, huh? *chuckle* See, they aren't giving out a lot of information about this right now, and it's all pretty hush-hush with it being a pre-release and all, but they have a good privacy promise. It's an invite-only type of deal too, so you can only join up if you've been invited. (Consider yourself invited)

    Here's what I have heard so far
    * Bubonik is launching next month and when it is released it is supposed to spread like wildfire.

    * The program will always be free, no strings attached, no matter what. No upgrading, no fees, no hoops, ever, guaranteed.

    * It has a great potential for much profit.

    * There will be an availability of many happy marketing tools for existing businesses, blogs, newsletters, mailings, and other such things one might want to tell people about.

    * It is a new, unique system for money-making.

    * You can remove yourself from the program at any time.

    Here's what they have to say about their secrecy: "For now the secrets behind Bubonik will have to remain under wraps, but believe me, when we launch it WILL work and it will make a LOT OF MONEY very quickly for a lot of people ... whether you are one of them is down to you..."

    So I'm thinking to myself, what do I have to loose? I mean, they don't ask for any personal information or credit card numbers. You can remove yourself at any time if you don't like it, and everyone, just everyone likes to get in on the ground floor of a new project, especially one that's free and promises cash, right? *grin*

    Nothing to loose, everything to gain. Catch The Plague today! Aren't you curious?

    2 comments:

    TheRambleman said...

    Sounds too good to be true. Let us know what it's really all about.

    Donald H. said...

    Interesting.......is it real? Will it work? Will provide soemone with the income promised? hmmm....seems too good to be true...!