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#1 Norm Li

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Posted 09 December 2009 - 08:02 PM

Hey everyone,

I recently shot this commercial for BIRACY.COM on my RED package with the RPP primes. I believe in the project and think it's a great idea.



If you want to MAKE MONEY by signing up and REFERing your friends who refer their friends, who refer their friends....(you get the picture), you can make quite a bit money EXPONENTIALLY.

Not only do you make money (32% of total gross memberships is in referrals), you you also are helping to raise funds for feature films to be made and shown directly in theaters, in which you have a vote in how it's made.

I just signed up myself and I believe in the project, and I want to make money :) Hope you sign up too.

Sign up now by clicking on (and read over the website to understand how it all works):

http://www.biracy.com/affiliate/NORMLI

Sign up, spread, the word, make money!

Thanks,

Norm


P.S> If you have ANY questions on the project, let me know.
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#2 Adrian Sierkowski

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Posted 10 December 2009 - 12:09 AM

No offense Norm, but this sounds a lot like a pyramid scheme despite they're saying it's not (the fact they have to mention it's not, raises some questions.)
Good luck with it, just watch yourself...
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#3 Chris Millar

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Posted 10 December 2009 - 12:34 AM

Wow !

Exponential money !

I spend all my wages on food, alcohol, gambling and 'chicks' nowadays but have been thinking maybe I should put aside a fiver each month (or week maybe, gulp) - so, like you're saying that this $5 will become lots more, like 1000x ?

$5555 dollars ?

All that 'spreading the word' sounds tiresome though - almost like hard work - I guess like you, I'd use this new fangled 'social media' and 'Web2.0' carry on to do the work for me, until I have enough money for a robosapien that is ...

One question though, Norm - where does all the money come from ?

It doesn't really make sense to me (yet).
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#4 Brian Drysdale

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Posted 10 December 2009 - 04:39 AM

Sounds rather like a household products scheme that was running. I suspect great if you're the early entrant, not so if you're in the vast majority at the bottom of the pile, although the referred people were actually selling real products (to their friends and who supposedly did the same etc etc) in that scheme.
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#5 Chris Millar

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Posted 10 December 2009 - 05:02 AM

Sorry, I fumped up my calcumultions - 1000 x 5 isn't 5555 at all ... duh!

How could I have forgotten to carry the 11 - you carry the eleven due to the "fat contract, VIP prizes, red carpet treatment on premiere night – entourage style and more" effect.

So thats 1000 * 5 = somewhere about the factorial of eleventeen thousand and tooty two
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