(313) 243-1379 is a Work From Home Scam
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- Transcript Lou this is Xan Brooks I'm a full time stay at home dad and I have a business model that literally put $500000.00 in my pocket my 1st year and I can prove it to you see I've discovered the secret to big money success from home and here it is the real secret to making immediate cash flow and a huge income is not from selling products I repeat it is not from selling product this secret is actually in selling your own franchise business yes I'm serious and I'm looking for serious entrepreneurs who are interested in a real business strategy and want to do literally change their life financially right now I can get you to a $40000.00 per month or more income literally within your 1st 60 days or less with this business model press 1 on your phone right now if you want to hear a record.
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