Sunday, April 26, 2009

Comment Answer: eCurrency Arbitrage Income Level

I received this question in the "comments" 4-25-09:

"Anonymous said...
so how much did you make"


And here's my answer:

I have not added it all up as one total number so I cannot answer this directly. I can tell you that my ecurrency arbitrage income has been steadily increasing.

The more you set up and run, the more you earn. So over time, it incrementally builds up on itself to be a larger daily number.

Keep in mind that this is not a get rich quick scheme or crazy pyramid scam. Paul Jenkins arbitrage is a solid business which means it gets better over time ...but ...only if you stick with it over time.



Thursday, April 23, 2009

My First Internet Marketing Seminar

Since I've been making money with the ecurrency arbitrage system, I'm pretty much addicted to the whole concept of making money at home versus going back to work. I really can't see going back to a 9 to 5 job anytime soon.

So last week I get a promotional email telling me about an internet marketing seminar being put on by a big name internet marketing 'guru'. Now I won't say who it is because I'm not interested in bashing anyone online but I will bash this whole 'seminar' concept.

And keep in mind that this was my first 'seminar' so maybe they're different depending upon who's hosting it.

But I need to tell ya ... I felt like I was sitting through an 8-hour infomercial.

These guys would get on stage and then spend 90-minutes each telling you about their 'rags to riches' history, talk about the success of their 'other' students, and then how much they're going to teach you ... AFTER you sign up for their course.

Huh ...wait a second ... I thought the seminar was supposed to do that!

What's the point of going to a 'training seminar' if all they're going to do is make you pay for another training course? And how do I know that I'll actually get trained in that course ...or will that also be nothing more than a 'taste' of what I'll learn if I sign up for the advanced course?

Now to be fair, there was one speaker there that actually did teach us some cool stuff. even though he was not the headliner 'guru', it was obvious that this guy really knew his stuff. Don Crowther works off of the theory that if he does what his comptetors will not do .. he wins.

Based upon Don's presentation, and comparing it to the other gurus (his competition), it was obvious that he truly lives what he preaches. If it had not been for Don's presentation, the entire day would have been a complete waste.

I've learned more about actually making money online from Level 1 and Level 2 of the Paul Jenkins ecurrency arbitrage course than I learned from all these 'infomercial gurus' and learn I guess.

Will I ever do another seminar? I'm not sure, but I know I'll be very careful when I choose next time.



Friday, April 17, 2009

Paul Jenkins Arbitrage Scam???

"Is Paul Jenkins Arbitrage a Scam" ...the first time I received that email I was a bit surprised and actually a little scared.

I had just started with Paul Jenkins and the ecurrency arbitrage system and that email made my ears perk up (like when my Golden Retriever does his "tough guy" impression every time the UPS driver drops a package on my porch -mostly from Zappos -LOL)

Anyhow, I searched around online looking for dirt on Paul Jenkins or Arbitrage Scams for a few days but then I figured I would do something a little smarter ... I called their office. And much to my surprise, I got through on the 2nd ring and spoke with a real person.

Now I was feeling much better!

The 2nd thing I did was to get on the live training call. It was far too soon for me to ask an intelligent question but I wanted to see if Paul Jenkins would show up or if he would send one of his support guys.

And then I got my 2nd surprise because Paul did show up personally and answered every question thrown at him. Some of these questions were so obvious that even I already knew the answers but Paul did not seem to mind. He even ran over the normal 2 hour time limit because people kept asking questions and he kept going until everyone was done ...very cool I thought.

But here's the thing ... I still get the question - over and over again.

So let me answer this for you, "Is Paul Jenkins Arbitrage a Scam"? Answer: No.



P.S. Like Paul says all the time, "it's not a lottery ticket either's a business".

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Level 2 of e-Currency Arbitrage

Paul Jenkins seems to be a pretty structured guy based upon his program. I've seen some other 'guru hyped' programs and I was always wondered what random thoughts were going through their heads as they randomly assembled their courses.

I think a basic lack of organization is probably one way that y can tell that a internet business is pretty much nothing more 'smoke and mirrors' scam. e-Currency Arbitrage on the other hand is very straight forward and step-by-step as they guide you through the money making process.

Which is why I like the fact that e currency arbitrage is laid out in 4 levels. It allows me to keep track of exactly where I am and what I need to do to keep moving forward to achieve the success I'm looking for.

Now that I've been in program for awhile, I've moved up to Level 2 so I can now give a precise review of e Currency Arbitrage and what Level 2 can do for you.

To quickly recap, Level 1 is based upon 100% free techniques but this does mean that you need to use your time and effort to make money. It works ...but it takes some time.

In contrast, Level 2 takes these same techniques and puts them on Auto-Pilot so you're no longer using your time and effort to make money. Instead, you invest your money to make even more money.

And here is where the organization of Paul Jenkins and his e currency arbitrage system really comes into play. Because Level 2 uses your money, there's obviously some risk that you could screw it up and do something stupid that causes yo to lose your money. But with Level 1 providing the foundation and training, that Level 2 simply builds upon, you move into Level 2 with the knowledge and skills to do things the right way.

This is a big deal to me ...I could not afford to lose money so I was really glad to be able to start with Level 1 and then feel confident that when I did move to Level 2 that I was doing the right thing.

Now you know what Level 2 does, I'll be working my way up to Level 3.



Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Called My "Personal Advisor" Today

Am I ready to move up to a high 5 or 6 figure income?

Right now, I'm just not sure so I decided to call my personal advisor and see what they could do to help me out.

The thing is, they were willing to spend 1 on 1 time with me upfront but to continue on with this higher level personalized training, I would need to make additional investments into my training.

I have to say that I'm tempted but I feel like I just got started and there's already so much in this program that I think I should hold off for a month or two.

I'm obviously a big believer in higher education since I invested a great deal of money in my college education (ok parents really made the investment, I just worked hard for good grades to make it worth their while).

But here's my debate - push full force into a serious business and serious income to hit the 6-figure mark with e-currency arbitrage or take my time and boot strap my way up to a 6-figure income.

Since the program really has everything I need to learn this on my own, I think I'll hit the same income mark either way so the real debate is to do it fast or do it slower. The training videos are so easy to follow, I wonder if having a personal coach could possibly be any more help.

I'll need to think about this for a bit and I'll let you know when I decide.

I realize this was a lot of fluff without a lot on the actual program but I promise to give you more "meat" on the money making systems in e-currency arbitrage in my next post. I'll tell you what I know about Level 2.