I got this junk in my mailbox yesterday:
,000 A Week Cash Generator.jpg
This looks like something from the 1990s. Apparently, I can make $1,684,000 if I get over 8,000 people to join. And this is called "very realistic."
But in order for this MLM opportunity to work, those 8,000 people would have to get millions of other people to join if they want to make that much money. How is that possible or realistic? Most people will end up losing money.
The person in charge of this is:
Rich Diamond Sr.
2423 S. Orange Ave #164
Orlando, FL 32806
By the way, the bottom of the letter says that the money you send to Rich Diamond is non-refundable. In other words, he makes money and you get whatever you get, which is probably nothing. (Rich Diamond? LOL! Why doesn't he just call himself Richie Rich?)
Mr. Diamond is also working with a company called CME, Inc.
I also received this in the same envelope:
I just love their guarantee, which says, "if my CASH GENERATOR flyer does not produce results within 8 weeks, (at least 2.5 responses for every 1,000 mailed), CME Inc. will gladly and cheerfully mail my flyer again one time for me FREE. So . . . no refund, just another mailing. If the first mailing didn't work, then why would a second mailing work? Why even bother? CME keeps your money, and so does Richie Rich Diamond, and all you end up with is less money in your bank account. (On the positive side, they will be cheerful about it. How nice.)
Well . . . it looks like my shredder has more work to do.