Sunday, July 6, 2008

What to expect

I'm going to ask you to e-mail me for further details if you're interested in finding out more. But I'd like to save both you and me some time and tell you up front about the business model. If you like it, that's great; if not, that's okay too, and you may not, then, want to take it any further, since it's important to be sure that this is definitely for you if you're going to consider taking it on as a part-time venture to channel much-needed funds to others and supplement your household income at the same time. If you're somewhere in between and are open to having the model explained to you in more detail, it would be a great pleasure for me to do so, because I believe very strongly in its professional credibility, integrity and benefits.

U-Care is a unique charity-funding corporation with a tiered commission structure. Put differently, in terms of structure and style it falls within the broad category of multilevel or network marketing. The business is very tightly structured to provide optimally for an equitable income-generating opportunity.

If you know about network marketing already and like the concept, I really cannot urge you strongly enough to get the details of U-Care's marketing plan. It is quite simply outstanding and really has to be seen to be believed.

If you know nothing about network marketing, then e-mailing me would be a first step to being introduced to this amazing business concept.

If you have heard of network marketing, and/or have been involved in it before, but have perhaps been put off by criticisms that other people have expressed about the model, then
click here – the link will take you to some notes I have written on the subject that will help you see those reservations/criticisms in the correct perspective.

It is impossible to make an informed decision about whether to get involved in any business before you have seen a full presentation of it. The U-Care business cannot be adequately spelled out over the phone or by correspondence, as there are graphics and figures that need to be shown and explained. So if you are interested, please e-mail me for the next step.

I look forward to hearing from you.

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