Is ROI Unlimited legit??
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ummmm

Ithaca, NY

#25 Aug 1, 2011
Mayor McCheese wrote:
<quoted text>You forgot to say 'grasshopper' in a Chinese accent at the end.
Remember you're on topix Many many weirdos on here, grasshopper.(bow head)
Your a weirdo
Raul

Austin, TX

#26 Mar 8, 2013
Mayor McCheese wrote:
A pyramid is a pyramid is a pyramid.... How is it NOT a pyramid, huh? When some scheme involves you recruiting people to sign under you - it's a pyramid. And what the heck do they produce anyway? Only after you sign on will they send you a catalog of all their products (that only ROI members can buy) It's another AMWAY! Here's how it works: you pay $250 and join on the lowest level and they push you to move to the next level - or pay $500 and you're up on the 2nd level... or if you want a 'guaranteed chance' you get to buy the "executive level" and shell out $1000 to be the "grand central station" director. IT'S A MONEY GRAB! End of story!
You are out of your Fckng mind. If you don't know what you're talking about you shouldn't be saying S**t.
Rick

Newark, NY

#27 Mar 9, 2013
Sounds like you know what the real deal is... Why don't you tell us your side of the story? Did you get a return on investment?
Rick

Lehigh Acres, FL

#28 Mar 31, 2013
The FTC estimates that only 14% of people make money in a 2×2 matrix. ROIUnlimited is a 2×3 matrix, meaning there is AN ADDITIONAL level making this even harder to fill. The ONLY people who are making money in these types of programs are the owners and the people at the top.

The majority of people who enter WILL LOSE money. This isn’t something you can argue against. It’s simple math. A matrix can not repeat forever. Eventually it’s going to collapse and MOST people are going to lose out. This is a fact. It’s not up for debate.

MLMs lure you into their programs with ridiculous promises of fast wealth at little work. They’ll use terms like “financial freedom,”“dream life,” or “independence.” Their goal here is to get you to invest every last dollar that’s available to you.

They get you to invest a little bit more, then a little bit more, then want you to recruit your friends, family, coworkers, etc to drain you for all you’re worth. They keep you going by promising a big payoff that’s just within reach. They’ll tell you to stay in and spend just a little more because the life you want is just around the corner.

Your money is eventually going to dry-up and once you’re no longer a viable source of income, you’ll get dropped. They may even go as far as to call you names, insult you, tell you,“You didn’t try hard enough. Obviously this isn’t something you really want.” It happens all the time. People lose tens of thousands of dollars in these things. In a few months ROIUnlimited.com will have a new name, run by the same set of people, promoted by the same group of followers hoping to strike it rich. The people at the top laugh all the way to the bank while those in collapsed matrices suffer from hard losses.
Rick

Syracuse, NY

#29 Mar 31, 2013
Well said... Very well said...
luis

Chicago, IL

#30 Jun 19, 2013
pyrimadid or not people making money yes you need to pu some work but anything that does not involve work than thats when you should think twice,,email me for more jlalfaro96@gmail.com
Sane_person

Miami, FL

#31 Aug 27, 2013
Mayor McCheese wrote:
A pyramid is a pyramid is a pyramid.... How is it NOT a pyramid, huh? When some scheme involves you recruiting people to sign under you - it's a pyramid. And what the heck do they produce anyway? Only after you sign on will they send you a catalog of all their products (that only ROI members can buy) It's another AMWAY! Here's how it works: you pay $250 and join on the lowest level and they push you to move to the next level - or pay $500 and you're up on the 2nd level... or if you want a 'guaranteed chance' you get to buy the "executive level" and shell out $1000 to be the "grand central station" director. IT'S A MONEY GRAB! End of story!
Thank you, I some times feel that there are no more sane people left who could possible be a critical thinker. This concept is wrong, no matter what. You make money by working hard and saving, no quick fix "solution" will do it for you.
Utican

Utica, NY

#32 Sep 20, 2013
Remember when the idiots in Utica thought this was going to make them rich?
Truth

New Hartford, NY

#33 Sep 20, 2013
Sane_person wrote:
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Thank you, I some times feel that there are no more sane people left who could possible be a critical thinker. This concept is wrong, no matter what. You make money by working hard and saving, no quick fix "solution" will do it for you.
You are wrong my friend. Go read some of Robert Kiyosaki's books on creating wealth.

The rich get rich by building businesses and taking advantage of key wealth principles:

1) Leverage (The idea of 1% of 100 people's efforts Vs 100% your own
2) Passive residual income...not a paycheck
3) As for working hard....you need to work smart
4) As for saving...unless you have substantial money to invest (which entails risk ie. potential loss of principal) in a diversified global portfolio that's actively managed comprised of stocks, bonds and alternatives to reduce volatility....this will never make you wealthy

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