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Another business opportunity that leads reviewers to draw only less than stellar conclusions is 60 Minute Money.  What I can tell you is that I learned nothing about 60 Minute Money when I visited their website.  There are endless claims about making money in the "wellness" industry.  The claims they make about that industry are just claims as no references to their figures are given, so beware.

The other things that truly bothered me about 60 Minute Money was the feeling that what they were asking for on their opportunity seeker form was inappropriate.  Would you really be comfortable providing your net worth and your liquid assets?  I know I wouldn’t.  So, you are asked to give out highly personal information along with all the standard information while remaining clueless as to who you will be working with ( a multi-billion dollar outfit that remains nameless), and all the while having no contact information on the site whatsoever so that you could call for questions to learn more.

My sense is that the company is making a sales pitch for the financially desperate.  I would be hesitant about revealing my financial status and if you are desperate for money this is exactly the type of sales pitch to stay away from.  And, since they have no privacy policy on the site, if you fill out anything all your information may be sold.


This Entrepreneurship article was written by Gracie Bowers on 4/5/2006

Gracie Bowers is an industry established leader in reviewing and critiquing home based businesses. Her website, on home based business opportunities, provides a wide array of insite on available programs. You can even view thebest home based business which she uses to make her money, allowing her to have free time to write!