Thursday, 5 September 2013

SECRETS OF SUCCESS WITH CHAIN LETTERS




Chain letter programs will not make you rich! All those claims



about the sender pulling in $20,000 the first time around;



$80,000 the second time; and $180,000 the third time; are just



outright lies!





It's best not to get involved in ANY kind of chain letter scheme



because they ar ALL illegal, and sooner or later, the postal



authorities will close you down. If they find that you are, or



have been a willing participant, you could be fined, imprisoned,



or face a penalty of both as punishment.





Don't get involved! Chain letters do not, and will not solve



any of your money problems. Anyone, and everyone, with any



experience in direct mail - and a sense of integrity or pride in



their business - will either quickly toss your letter into the



trash or else send it on to the postal inspectors for action on



their part.





Probably the biggest reason why chain letters don't work, is the



continuing efforts of reputable mail order dealers in snuffing



out these schemes. Any money actually made or collected by a



chain letter is pocketed by the perpetrators. Sometimes the



person starting, and promoting a chain letter is able to pull a



hundred dollars or so before the postal authorities "nail" him -



but getting in as the "third name" on a list has never brought



in more than $5 or $10 total - even after such participants have



gone to the work and expense of sending out 1,000 letters.



Chain letters do nothing except cost you money!





However, many people are foolhardy enough to "try anything



once", chain letter schemes being no exception. So if you're



one of these people, and you think that by offering some sort of



product, you can get around the postal authorities, listen:





Do NOT mail your chain letter to any established business.



Especially, do NOT mail to any "known" mail order dealers.



Instead, take your phone book and pick out every tenth name or



so, front to back, and send your letters to these people. An



even better way would be to pull the names from a city directory



- available at your public library - and concentrate on people



living in the less affluent section of town.





Generally speaking, these people are more "money-hungry", less



educated and completely naive to the "truths of mail order".



These will be the people "most-likely" to take you up on



anything with chain letter connotations.





When you receive a chain letter opportunity in the mail check



the names and addresses against those you already have on file,



and then discard. Do NOT get involved in or perpetuate incoming



chain letters!





IMPORTANT: Should you receive a chain purporting to sell books



or money-making reports, do as advised in the paragraph above.



If there is a book or report listed that does interest you,



write to the dealer who supplied you this report. You will be



able to secure it, or one that better fits your needs.





Whenever you get a chain letter suggesting the names of



companies selling mailing lists, turn it over to your local



postmaster. The only time you would ever want to rent or buy



names from those companies listed in a chain letter, would be



when you already have "tons of money" and you're doing research



to determine how many nixes you can accumulate from any one



list. Most of the mailing lists from any of the firms I've seen



listed as mailing list sources in chain letters, run about 80 -



85% undeliverable, and some of the companies listed aren't even



in business anymore!





Any kind of letter, but specifically chain letters, that require



you to send money to a "printing headquarters" for so many



copies of the letter you received in order for you to get in on



the "big deal", with your name and address imprinted - is



selling you printing services! They don't care whether you ever



make a sale, or even if you never mail out one of the letters



they're so willing to print up for you - they make their money



up-front by furnishing you with printed paper!





What about multi-level programs by mail? Most are simply



"people pyramids". Organizations that make their profits from



new member fees. Before you get taken in, determine if YOU



would like to have the product they're offering - if YOU want



it, send for it. And before you start sending out letters to



recruit new members, do some common sense market research -



what's the real value of the product; how many people will



stand in line to buy it; and how much of your time and money is



it going to cost you in order to make a hundred dollars a week



in clear profits,,,





Success with anything is simply a matter of having something



DIFFERENT that APPEALS to the WANTS and/or DESIRES of the



greatest number of consumers possible - TARGETING your sales



efforts to reach the people wanting it badly enough to STAND IN



LINE TO BUY IT - and then, make it as PAINLESS as possible for



them to achieve SATISFACTION by purchasing that particular item



that fulfills THEIR NEEDS from YOU!





With this report, you've got the answers to all your questions,



and most of your dreams - Good luck in all your money-making

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