I have a friend who offered me a once in a life time opportunity to make money.
I am not interested but I can't seem to tell them that. It is one of those... tell a friend and they'll tell 5 friends and so on (you know like a pyramid) I am not interested I know they mean well they even said it helps them out financially with the family.
And they just wanted to share it with us. Help! (I don't like to be rude)
Asked by Anonymous at 9:43 AM on Dec. 19, 2008 in Money & Work
Instead of joining this pyramid (scam), "job opportunity," I would bow out gracefully and just tell them that you are not comfortable with joining a program you are unfamiliar with, do not have the time or money to invest (yes, investing IS a requirement!), BUT if the program helps them financially, and they really need the help, is there something YOU can do DIRECTLY to help them out financially (offer to babysit, cooks some meals, help them to afford something they really need, etc.), instead of participating in a program that you are leery of--especially if it is Amway/Quixtar related!
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