Saturday, March 7, 2009

eCurrency Arbitrage Member's Area

I just got invited to go ride ATVs with my friends out in the desert (as you might have guessed... I'm a little bit of a tom boy) so today's post will be on the short side.

I just wanted to let you know that I forgot to mention that included with the other video / written materials I told you about Thursday, there's also a Member's Area included.

Inside the Member's Area is even more teaching materials. I have not really looked at these yet but it's a nice bonus. I always like getting more than I bargained for!

See ya ...time to go spray some sand



  1. Hello Amy,

    I finally got the courage to get the eCurrency program and so far I am happy with it. I will really be glad when I start to make money. I am waiting for my website to be published. Also I have been contacted by Dan Kuschell, but I don't know if I want to invest $4000 more dollars. Have you tried it?Be Blessed and have a good day!

  2. Amy...

    You have a very nice start here. But it doesn't look as if you are monetizing this blog. I am not familiar with the ecurrency arbitrage program but I know hey have an affiliate program and as long as you are going to blog about it you may as well receive some affiliate commissions. So sign up for their program and just use your affiliate link whenever you mention them. At least this way you'll earn some money. Just my 2 cents...

    Good Luck!
    Ron Borg

  3. I have been thinking about the ecurrency arbitrage. I looking forward to your results. Seems to good to be true. I have wasted a lot of money on things like this with no success. Like you I'm about to lose my job. 17 years down the drain:(

    I could really use a self-directed source of income.

    I hope this is for real and wish you great success!!:)


  4. Hi, Amy.

    I salute your courage and resolve and hope that you achieve great success. Keep up the good blogging and let us know how it goes (either way).

    William Baranowski
    Palm Desert, CA

  5. James...I'm looking into the ecurrency program as well and sensed there must be more cost involved than the original investment. Would you please share with me what the $4000 included and who is Dan Kuschell?