Monday, March 30, 2009

4 Levels To e Currency Arbitrage

Now that I proved that I could make some money with e currency arbitrage, I figured I would look ahead a bit and see what the different levels had to offer.

I still do not understand all the levels of ecurrency arbitrage yet but here's a general overview of what I've seen so far.

Level 1 - This is the level that is recommended for everyone to start off with so I followed the directions and did the same. Here's the good thing about Level 1's 100% risk free because everything here is based upon your time and effort and not about making any investments of any kind.

I like this technique for learning because the last thing I needed was a program that forced me to cough up a big chunk of money to get started. With Level 1, I never pull 1 penny out of my pocket so I never have to worry about risking any money.

The other thing that is good about this technique is that it not only lets you make some money without any risk, it also teaches you a LOT of things that you will use when you move up to Level 2, 3 & 4.

Since all the levels build on each other, it's not like I'm wasting my time on things I'll never use again when I move to the more advanced levels.

Anyhow, I'll be telling you more about these different levels in my upcoming posts.

For now ...Ciao



  1. Hi Amy -

    How is the program going so far? I too am looking at this program...what is your opinion?

    You've made some it at all consistent? Has your efforts with the program been consistent?

    I look forward to your thoughts.

  2. Yes .. the program is very consistent.

    You'll notice that I have not made a "get rich quick' level of income but what you'll find is that this is a very reliable business that I feel will be around for many years to come. This is no fad business or scam business.

    And like all real businesses, this one takes time and effort to succeed. While you can set this up on autopilot once you get going, you still need to get it all started.

  3. Hi Amy

    Just had a look at eCurrency Arbitrage first time I ever heard of it which program did you enroll with, there seem to be a lot out there and a lot of scammers as well. Will appreciate your input.

    I'll keep an eye out for your response.