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Downline Hunts Upline For His Carabao

Published on 7/9/2017
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Philippines is primarily an agricultural country, where you can see farmers til their lands the old way---Carabao hauling a plow!

Here's The Story...

A downline appeared in the office of an MLM company looking for his upline.

"I have come here to look for my upline. Is he around?", he asked.

"May I know the name of your upline, and why are you looking for him?", asked the receptionist.

"I feel he owe me something. And I'm gonna make him pay."

"Oh sorry to hear that. Can you elaborate more on that?", asked the lady.

"He went to our place in the province where he organized a meeting of farmers. He convinced us to pawn everything including our Carabaos, and invest the money to the network marketing business!"

The farmer continued furiously, "I used to til my land with no problems, not until this networker came to our place. The business didn't earned money, I lost my Carabao to the pawnshop, I'm gonna take this upline to farm to haul my plow!"

Moral of the Story?

Maybe the amount of entry fees of business you are promoting does not matter to you.

You're in the industrialized section of this world, so your dollars buy more goods than people on the other side of the world.

In America, a big fat boy consumes $300 burger in one eating, while on the other side of the world, that amount feeds a whole family for a month.

So, since our online businesses today impacts globally, you never know there are families on the other side of the world, or heads of families you are convincing with your pitchy offers.

Good if you really help them earn their investments back, and help them change their lives for the better.

But, what if you're just pitching them so that you can rake in floods of cash, without regard to the plight of the people where the money came from?

These are the very things that keeps me from promoting high end offers and stick to the ones that are low in cost, so in case someone so poor didn't make it, it wouldn't gonna hurt a lot.

I'm from the Philippines, we are a bit behind economically, but what about those in Africa who in a far harder situations like us?

Just my preference. Nobody can impose one's will to the other, especially in business.

But in case your heart is pierced by the message, below is a link to a low-tick offer that's helping a lot of people, even in Africa:

Click Here For The Low-ticket Business Opportunity



Gomer Magtibay


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