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What Can You Learn From a Dead Millionaire?

October 12th, 2010 by Skip McGrath

In the days of the California Gold Rush there was a fellow who became one of the earliest millionaires –and he never dug or panned an ounce of gold. I just finished watching a video that explained how he did it –and an introduction to one of the hottest online businesses today: Domain Scalping.

OK – I know the word “scalping” has underhanded connotations, but there is nothing underhanded or unethical about this method.  Basically its just a clever name for a pretty simple technique that is easily learned.

Best of all, once you take the training which consists of videos, webinars, online coaching calls and a workbook, you only need about $20 to start making money with this system.  This is one of the few online ventures I have seen that works quickly –if you are willing to do the work, you can start making money in less than a week.

Watch the video and you will be convinced. Even if you are not, you will learn something so it won’t be a waste of your time.  And if you decide to buy, look for me on the conference calls as I will be going through the training with you.

Skip McGrath

Here is the link again:  http://budurl.com/Scalping

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