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Jul 23, 2004 11:10 pm re: [MPL] Get Paid $20 for Having Breakfast!
Mary K Weinhagen
Thanks Frederick -

I really appreciate the demonstration and now
I'm wondering what [MPL] signifies?

~~Mary K

> Frederick Mann - Better-World Project wrote:
> This is a demonstration of how to use BWP to promote a money-making program.
>First, this is Friday, the only day of the week such promotion is allowed.
>Second the progam I'm promoting is StudioTraffic, which is on the "BWP List."
>Third, the subject starts with "[MPL]."
>First thing in the morning I fire up my computer
>and I launch StudioTraffic, an autosurf program.
>Soon after finishing breakfast, my computer has
>surfed 100 websites, and I've earned $20 doing
>nothinig. This is the easiest way to earn money!
>StudioTraffic is an "autosurf" program that
>currently pays me $20 a day if I autosurf at
>least 100 websites. I also receive referral
>bonuses of 10% when my referrals upgrade their
>In order to earn $20 a day, you need to upgrade
>your account with $2,000. I did this in stages
>as my confidence in StudioTraffic grew. I will
>use some of my earnings to upgrade further and
>earn more per day. The probability is high that
>within one month StudioTraffic will cover my
>The "work" involved is very easy. In the morning,
>I launch StudioTraffic. Then I have breakfast,
>while my computer surfs. Soon after breakfast,
>my computer has surfed 100 websites, and I've
>earned my $20.
>When I first saw StudioTraffic, I attempted to
>analyze it rationally. I decided it was probably
>a good deal. I studied the parts of the website
>I thought relevant, and I subjected the program
>to a series of tests. It passed all my tests.
>First, I did some autosurfing and found out that
>it worked. Then I deposited $1,000 via NetPay.
>The program didn't automatically upgrade my
>account. So I emailed admin and they quickly
>upgraded my account. Then I autosurfed each
>day and checked that I was receiving the proper
>earnings of $10 per day. Everything worked fine.
>At the beginning of the month my account was
>credited properly. (The balance was less than
>$100, so I couldn't make a withdrawal.)
>Then I deposited another $1,000 via NetPay.
>Again, the program didn't automatically upgrade
>my account. So I emailed admin and they quickly
>upgraded my account. I continued to surf,
>now earning $20 a day, and at the beginning
>of July had $809 in my account. I requested
>a withdrawal via PayPal and was paid within
>These experiences, together with the regular
>company updates, have given me a great deal of
>confidence in StudioTraffic. My intention is to
>ugrade my account by a further $500 each month
>(possibly more later). All indications are that
>it's a good bet. Check it out for yourself:
>You don't have to risk as much as I did. You
>can upgrade with as little as $10. As you gain
>confidence and earnings, you can upgrade further.
>A very important consideration is "ease of
>money-making." Because you don't have to
>sponsor anyone, and it's an autosurf program,
>you can literally earn your money while having
>You can start small with StudioTraffic and
>take a series of steps, much as I describe
>above. You can parlay some of your earnings,
>eventually earning $5, $10, $20, $50, or more
>per day! Spending some time to check it out
>may be one of the best investments you ever
>Sponsoring protocol: If you decide to join a money-making program as a result of participating here, please join under the person who invited you to The Better-World Project (if applicable). Exception: If Frederick Mann invited you, you're welcome to join under anyone.

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