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Promoting a cash gifting business

October 10th, 2009
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You can find abundant cash gifting scams. “Is cash gifting legal” is a question everyone wants to know… but any cash gifting expert will confirm, those who make cash gifting illegal also call currency exchange online a scam. They’re not exposed to much.

What is cash gifting?

It is an activity that involves looking at cash as the end-product. Since people across society need cash to operate, gifts of cash are passed on within a by-invitation-only community.

Let’s say you join the community by paying the administrator $50 and volunteer a gift of $1000 to your inviter. You would then be in a position to invite many new people and get various amounts; $100, $500, $1000… back from each new member.

Various cash gifting communities have various operative systems that allow for residual income through continuing subscriptions… and 2-tier gift sharing… but these are community-specific details.

At a consciousness level, cash gifters break out of the barriers of limitation thinking ‘at one go’ because they commit to send cash to strangers with no hope or expectation of return. This is a great achievement in tune with the universal ‘law of giving’.

Having a system and a mentor to guide and coach on the steps involved is important. This is because to do this right, one has to understand the cash gifting business mentally, emotionally and financially. Meet a cash gifting expert here.

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