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As a 31 year manufacturing employee being laid off because of a plant closing, finding a real job has become a job in itself. I am finding some nice programs that are paying. I do build web sites basically for my self and have 2 built for business for other stores.
Jim Stone | jimsanew

accomplishing additional cash streams

Oct 14th 2010 at 8:06 AM

Here is a comprehensive review of MPB Today. MPB Today offers a business opportunity that claims to totally eliminate your grocery bill. So can you really eliminate your grocery bill and get Groceries for Free for life with MPB Today?

MPB Today truly provides an opportunity to cut our grocery bills and also build a profitable income stream.

MPB Today started in 2006 as a direct sales company affiliated with Southeastern delivery. Southeastern delivery is a grocery home delivery service company and is located in Florida. Southeastern Delivery is striving to be one of the largest grocery delivery companies nationwide. With the grocery delivery sector expecting to increase from $1 billion to $85 billion within 10 years, the opportunities are virtually limitless.

MPB Today plans to assist Southeastern Delivery in reaching this goal. Gary Calhoun, a 25 year veteran of the direct sales industry is leading this charge with MPB Today. With his help, MPB has the resources to succeed with this astounding expansion rate.

The MPB Today compensation plan follows a “2 x 2 Follow Me Matrix” which involves “cycling”. To participate, affiliates pay a one-time $200 fee and receive a grocery voucher. The "catch" is that to redeem this, people would have to pay ridiculous shipping charges if they don't live in Florida near the delivery plant. MPB has solved this problem by providing an option to receive a $200 Wal-Mart gift card that can be redeemed at any Wal-Mart in the nation for groceries, gas, or anything else Wal-Mart sells. Affiliates can get paid over and over and over again by referring only 2 others who want to eliminate their grocery bills.

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Oct 14th 2010 at 4:16 PM by philjansen
Thanks for sharing Jim, just a pity that it is not globally yet. I see in the newspaper that Walmart is going to invest in South Africa. Blessings -

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