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Hello im new here and I have been searching ways to make money online for almost 2 years and never really got anywhere!! I got myself into a mountain of debt and it sux big time!! Im just askng people to be a little gentle with me and not make fun of me and realize that im just a person who wants to be SOMEONE and be financially successful.

We all make mistakes and where I missed up, I got a involved with Anthony Morrison's "fast cash commission" and now Im in 8k of debt that I gotta pay off in 2 years and thats not considering my loans for college...

To be perfectly honest, im very scared, I never been without money and as of now, I only have $30 to my name and im so scared its not a joke. I just want to be successful and it seems like im taking too many routes to get where I want to be and I find myself.... lost...

I guess the whole point of this is, I need encouragement and advice from people who are really making a living online, because I want to be in your shoes and live your residual income lifestyle. I dont have a problem WORKING so please, be gentle and console me.

Thank you
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  • Profile picture of the author jamesrich1
    Originally Posted by 27tryingtoamkeit View Post

    Hello im new here and I have been searching ways to make money online for almost 2 years and never really got anywhere!! I got myself into a mountain of debt and it sux big time!! Im just askng people to be a little gentle with me and not make fun of me and realize that im just a person who wants to be SOMEONE and be financially successful.

    We all make mistakes and where I missed up, I got a involved with Anthony Morrison's "fast cash commission" and now Im in 8k of debt that I gotta pay off in 2 years and thats not considering my loans for college...

    To be perfectly honest, im very scared, I never been without money and as of now, I only have $30 to my name and im so scared its not a joke. I just want to be successful and it seems like im taking too many routes to get where I want to be and I find myself.... lost...

    I guess the whole point of this is, I need encouragement and advice from people who are really making a living online, because I want to be in your shoes and live your residual income lifestyle. I dont have a problem WORKING so please, be gentle and console me.

    Thank you
    You need brutal honest TRUTH rather then to be consoled. There are two things you need to do to make money. Get good at getting traffic. Two, get good at converting the traffic into sales. Your biggest problem is you do not stick with anything. Anyone can pay for traffic. Learn how to convert the traffic. Stick with something and you will be able to figure out how to convert the offer. I personally send traffic to a deep 4 tier funnel that has the potential to make up to $1,622 per person.

    You need to work on your mind state. There is a book called think and grow rich for free that will outline the 6 steps to wealth creation. Stop searching and make a decision of what you will do to start making consistent money online. Stop buying courses. Pick a system and drive targeted traffic. Test, track and tweak until you have a formula of conversion for your traffic. Start building your list. On average a good list will pay you $1 per subscriber. Invest $1 for the next 30 days into Aweber and each day work like a madman to build your list.

    Stop searching, TAKE ACTION!!!!!! You must start believing in yourself for you to stop searching. Drive traffic, and build value on the backend.
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    • Profile picture of the author KEKilpatrick
      27tryingtoamkeit: Rule number 1, Read and obey the rules of the Warrior Forum

      No one will make fun of you here but you will receive a good dose of tough love. Read and absorb what the marketers here tell you. Learn as much as you can and whatever you do DO NOT jump around from hot new thing to hot new thing.

      Choose a path and stick with it. There are many people who will go out of their way to help you on this forum. Learn everything you can from these folks.

      Remember when your hard work starts paying off make sure that you give something back to the community.

      AND

      When your money situation allows join the war room, you wont regret it.

      Good luck

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      • Profile picture of the author 27tryingtoamkeit
        KEKilpatrick, Thank you and I have no problem tithing back to community once I get everything squared off!!
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    • Profile picture of the author Tasleem Khan
      Originally Posted by jamesrich1 View Post

      You need brutal honest TRUTH rather then to be consoled. There are two things you need to do to make money. Get good at getting traffic. Two, get good at converting the traffic into sales. Your biggest problem is you do not stick with anything. Anyone can pay for traffic. Learn how to convert the traffic. Stick with something and you will be able to figure out how to convert the offer. I personally send traffic to a deep 4 tier funnel that has the potential to make up to $1,622 per person.

      You need to work on your mind state. There is a book called think and grow rich for free that will outline the 6 steps to wealth creation. Stop searching and make a decision of what you will do to start making consistent money online. Stop buying courses. Pick a system and drive targeted traffic. Test, track and tweak until you have a formula of conversion for your traffic. Start building your list. On average a good list will pay you $1 per subscriber. Invest $1 for the next 30 days into Aweber and each day work like a madman to build your list.

      Stop searching, TAKE ACTION!!!!!! You must start believing in yourself for you to stop searching. Drive traffic, and build value on the backend.

      Well said TAKE ACTION!!!!
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      • Save it, guys, the OP's not coming back.

        It was a lark for him and now he's off doing something else, probably something that involves lube and porn.

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        • Profile picture of the author KEKilpatrick
          Originally Posted by fluffythewondercat View Post

          Save it, guys, the OP's not coming back.

          It was a lark for him and now he's off doing something else, probably something that involves lube and porn.

          fLufF
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          Great, thanks fLufF, now my co-workers think I'm nuts because I nearly blew a mouth full of coffee at my monitor.
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          • Profile picture of the author 27tryingtoamkeit
            Originally Posted by marketwarrior06 View Post

            The best option is to forget every thing and find a new off line job for you.
            And in the mean time start learning IM. As a beginner don't invest a penny. start learning. then when you think that you can really earn by online IM and you have covered your loan at least 50% then start thinking about investing.
            I AGREE totally, I have a IRA account and bought a few stocks that grew of the years. I try to keep everything untouched so I can retire some day.But I wall continue to read and do more research online and wont buy online schemes and gimmicks any longer! Thank you for your reply!!

            Originally Posted by ExpertSEOServices View Post

            I am so sorry to hear about the debt you managed to get into that's tough!
            If I were you I would start a service either on Fiverr or here on the Warrior Forum. Something you can complete quick and easy that you have learnt. A skill or you can make video reviews or whatever you are good at. Article writing etc.

            This will make you some money as soon as today and with that you can invest it back into growing your business from the ground. For me that's the fastest way to make money online when you are in need of desperate cash.

            Hope this helps and I wish you the best of luck with your future endeavours,
            Thats is a really good idea, I started a fiver account a few days ago "making beats and jingles" and so far I made a commercial/jingle for a company and now they want to do more business which they're paying me more money.So fiver is awesome! However I am no longer involved with the company or the contract any longer, so I do not owe them anything!!
            Originally Posted by ceenote100 View Post

            I think most of us have been in your position. The only thing I can say is find something that works then stick with it. Don't spread yourself out too thin trying out all these different products that will get you nowhere but in a lot of debt.
            Ceenote100, I agree with you. I was trying to many things at once and that is how I lost focused on the big picture. I learn from my mistakes and this is one that I will never be involved with again! I will do MORE RESEARCH and now that Im a member on this form I will take,read and research about how you guys are making it online. But for now Im more focused on college and getting into my career. But thank you Ceenote100 for taking the time to help me out your advice!! Thank you !!
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          Originally Posted by fluffythewondercat View Post

          Save it, guys, the OP's not coming back.

          It was a lark for him and now he's off doing something else, probably something that involves lube and porn.

          fLufF
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          LMAO

          What a great comment to start my morning
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    • Profile picture of the author Diana Meyer
      Originally Posted by jamesrich1 View Post

      You need brutal honest TRUTH rather then to be consoled. There are two things you need to do to make money. Get good at getting traffic. Two, get good at converting the traffic into sales. Your biggest problem is you do not stick with anything. Anyone can pay for traffic. Learn how to convert the traffic. Stick with something and you will be able to figure out how to convert the offer. I personally send traffic to a deep 4 tier funnel that has the potential to make up to $1,622 per person.

      You need to work on your mind state. There is a book called think and grow rich for free that will outline the 6 steps to wealth creation. Stop searching and make a decision of what you will do to start making consistent money online. Stop buying courses. Pick a system and drive targeted traffic. Test, track and tweak until you have a formula of conversion for your traffic. Start building your list. On average a good list will pay you $1 per subscriber. Invest $1 for the next 30 days into Aweber and each day work like a madman to build your list.

      Stop searching, TAKE ACTION!!!!!! You must start believing in yourself for you to stop searching. Drive traffic, and build value on the backend.
      Agrees 100% and I was about to suggest the book of Napoleon Hill so no need now!

      Seriously, follow this advice and you are sure to get on the right track! Stop reading email offers of get rich quick stuffs!! When I started on the internet I did that big mistake and I wasted $$$$$$$ Do the right things consistently and you will get results
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  • Profile picture of the author ConnorMarc
    Originally Posted by jamesrich1 View Post

    You need brutal honest TRUTH rather then to be consoled. There are two things you need to do to make money. Get good at getting traffic. Two, get good at converting the traffic into sales. Your biggest problem is you do not stick with anything. Anyone can pay for traffic. Learn how to convert the traffic. Stick with something and you will be able to figure out how to convert the offer. I personally send traffic to a deep 4 tier funnel that has the potential to make up to $1,622 per person.

    You need to work on your mind state. There is a book called think and grow rich for free that will outline the 6 steps to wealth creation. Stop searching and make a decision of what you will do to start making consistent money online. Stop buying courses. Pick a system and drive targeted traffic. Test, track and tweak until you have a formula of conversion for your traffic. Start building your list. On average a good list will pay you $1 per subscriber. Invest $1 for the next 30 days into Aweber and each day work like a madman to build your list.

    Stop searching, TAKE ACTION!!!!!! You must start believing in yourself for you to stop searching. Drive traffic, and build value on the backend.

    What this guy said...good tough love.
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  • Profile picture of the author 27tryingtoamkeit
    jamesrich1, your right man and my biggest problems when I buy these "softwares" I dont stick with it and only because I dont know anything on where to start;however- I do as much research as I need to but still, I feel like I havent gotten to place where I really want to be.

    I know I should focus on myself, but honestly man- I see all these ads and click bank softwares that say I can make $1200 in a week and some where scams and some were just old and outdated softwares.I know I need to stick with it and im so glad that you said that because it felt good to hear it. But when I look at my checking account when its almost to the negative, I make emotional decisions and thats where I miss up and im in debt because of it..

    Your right, I do need to believe in myself but as of right now, my situation just sucks..I just need to pick myself up and fight regardless of my situation, I just need to stop looking at what I dont have and work towards what I want. But thank you jamesrich1.

    I would appreciate more advice to anyone who feels to reply to my thread.

    thank you again
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    • Profile picture of the author travlinguy
      Originally Posted by 27tryingtoamkeit View Post

      jamesrich1, your right man and my biggest problems when I buy these "softwares" I dont stick with it and only because I dont know anything on where to start;however- I do as much research as I need to but still, I feel like I havent gotten to place where I really want to be.

      I know I should focus on myself, but honestly man- I see all these ads and click bank softwares that say I can make $1200 in a week and some where scams and some were just old and outdated softwares.I know I need to stick with it and im so glad that you said that because it felt good to hear it. But when I look at my checking account when its almost to the negative, I make emotional decisions and thats where I miss up and im in debt because of it..

      Your right, I do need to believe in myself but as of right now, my situation just sucks..I just need to pick myself up and fight regardless of my situation, I just need to stop looking at what I dont have and work towards what I want. But thank you jamesrich1.

      I would appreciate more advice to anyone who feels to reply to my thread.

      thank you again
      You don't need consoling, or advice you need a boot in the butt. Look above at what I highlighted. You're not responsible. No one here can make you responsible. JaRyCu already gave you the best advice in the thread. Get a job. Save some money. Pay down your debt. Practice some discipline.

      Ugh, huh? Not what you wanted to hear, right? I was where you were but it was well before the Internet came along. I joined the Navy where straightening out wasn't a suggestion, it was the only choice I had. Maybe that's something you should consider. Some of us do far better with very few choices, at least until we can act like big boys and girls on our own. Good luck.
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    • Profile picture of the author sadneck
      Originally Posted by 27tryingtoamkeit View Post

      jamesrich1, your right man and my biggest problems when I buy these "softwares" I dont stick with it and only because I dont know anything on where to start;however- I do as much research as I need to but still, I feel like I havent gotten to place where I really want to be.

      I know I should focus on myself, but honestly man- I see all these ads and click bank softwares that say I can make $1200 in a week and some where scams and some were just old and outdated softwares.I know I need to stick with it and im so glad that you said that because it felt good to hear it. But when I look at my checking account when its almost to the negative, I make emotional decisions and thats where I miss up and im in debt because of it..

      Your right, I do need to believe in myself but as of right now, my situation just sucks..I just need to pick myself up and fight regardless of my situation, I just need to stop looking at what I dont have and work towards what I want. But thank you jamesrich1.

      I would appreciate more advice to anyone who feels to reply to my thread.

      thank you again
      27tryingtoamkeit, some more tough love. Get into something and STICK WITH IT. Be prepared to stick with it forever. The problem with why so many people go wrong is because they bounce around like the next big $1000 is right around the corner.

      This is a lie. Every good takes time to build, and only by sticking with something can we ever have something of value.

      Todays hollywood society wants you to believe that when things get rough you should move on. WRONG!

      When things get rough it is an opportunity for you to surpass the other 99% who will bounce from one good thing to the next.

      At the end they will have nothing and you will be further a long.

      Best of luck,
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    • Profile picture of the author 27tryingtoamkeit
      Originally Posted by JaRyCu View Post

      Actually, ignore the other posters' advice. If you've been playing around for 2 years and haven't figured out how to make any money online, you need to go out and get a real job first, especially if you have only $30 to your name right now. Spend $5 on a pack of paper, print some flyers, and start cutting people's grass in the neighborhood you live in and then branch out around you.

      Once you have a decent income, then and only then, should you come back to the WF. Dreams of hitting it big online are all well and good, but if you're $30 from homeless, then go on and accept that you're homeless and fix it.

      How's that for tough love?

      -- j
      J,

      I doubt that I will be homeless my friend and reading these positive and negative encouragement's is really helping me out, so thank you everyone in a advance. I havent cut grass yet , but I've had the opportunity to make fliers for some local churches and in the process I gave them some of my business cards to contact me for more, but other than that, thats it. Im also a student and I will be moving to Arizona for college soon, so I will be looking for work as soon as I step on the Arizona soil.

      I currently live in Oklahoma, so at this time, looking for a local job is irrelevant at this point considering im leaving in 2 months time.

      Again, thank you for everyone's advice and console.
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      • Profile picture of the author mbreezy
        Originally Posted by 27tryingtoamkeit View Post

        J,


        I currently live in Oklahoma, so at this time, looking for a local job is irrelevant at this point considering im leaving in 2 months time.

        This is total bullshit. It sounds completely LAZY.

        Dude, get off your ass and stop feeling sorry for yourself. You made some poor decisions based off of your own ignorance and wishful thinking. Don't be ashamed, it happens to the best of us. Pick yourself back up, start thinking positively. You have to know deep down that all of the riches in the world are yours for the taking, but you have to take action.

        I assume you're at home living with your parents, correct? Which would equate to you have little to no bills, right? What exactly is holding you down? I think moving is lame excuse.

        Get yourself any type of employment/way to make money and invest it into your next method. Two months is plenty of time to bankroll at least 500-1000 dollars. There is a lot you could do with that.

        Sounds like you got caught up chasing shiny objects, you're not the first or last.
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    • Originally Posted by JaRyCu View Post

      Actually, ignore the other posters' advice. If you've been playing around for 2 years and haven't figured out how to make any money online, you need to go out and get a real job first, especially if you have only $30 to your name right now. Spend $5 on a pack of paper, print some flyers, and start cutting people's grass in the neighborhood you live in and then branch out around you.

      Once you have a decent income, then and only then, should you come back to the WF. Dreams of hitting it big online are all well and good, but if you're $30 from homeless, then go on and accept that you're homeless and fix it.

      How's that for tough love?

      -- j
      I agree with J since you only have $30 in your pocket you need to get a job for you to survive and provide for your needs. All of the other post are true and can really help you to be successful in internet marketing but not right now you can't earn a lot of money overnight it takes time. Get a job, save and come back when you are prepared and ready.
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  • Profile picture of the author jon99c
    If I were you, I would start pumping out youtube videos to get traffic. Its the best way really. You smile, speak with passion, and keep pumpin out video with solid information and you'll see the views rack up. Offer them something free so they sign up to your email list. Give them some type of free content.. like tips about something your interest in, just swipe the tips off someone else who is doing the same thing and change it a bit to make it your own.
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    • Profile picture of the author 27tryingtoamkeit
      Originally Posted by jon99c View Post

      If I were you, I would start pumping out youtube videos to get traffic. Its the best way really. You smile, speak with passion, and keep pumpin out video with solid information and you'll see the views rack up. Offer them something free so they sign up to your email list. Give them some type of free content.. like tips about something your interest in, just swipe the tips off someone else who is doing the same thing and change it a bit to make it your own.
      jon99c,

      Thats an awesome idea, I havent really thought about offering free things on youtube and to be honest I have really good traffic on my youtube channel im just not making the income I want. That is the advice I am looking for jon99c- duplicatable advice/tips to residual income. Thank you!!

      youtube.com/monimonproductions
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  • Profile picture of the author DavePalermo
    I have a question...
    How did you rack up 8 g's in debt?
    Just in that 1 program?
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    • Profile picture of the author 27tryingtoamkeit
      Originally Posted by DavePalermo View Post

      I have a question...
      How did you rack up 8 g's in debt?
      Just in that 1 program?
      Yes, that is how I got into debt Dave from just one program. On Anthony Morrison's software (fast cash commission) there was a sign up for coaching, so I put my information in and a few months later I got a call from a coach or recruiter (or whatever).

      The lady that I spoke to said it was $400.00(actually 399.00) for coaching and what she failed to mention over the phone was the monthly payments of $166 that lead to the amount of 8k and you know, at the time I didnt know; I just wanted to have a better lifestyle for myself and also my mother and I figured $400 I could pay that off wants I started to make money in the program. I was wrong, because along with that it had a contract along with the coaching and I know millions upon millions would bash me on this, but this is a lesson I will learn for the rest of my life. The only way I learn is by MY mistakes, so I have no choice but to stick with it until I find work in Arizona to pay it all off..

      Again guys, thank you for input
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      • Profile picture of the author DavePalermo
        I wish I could help you out.
        But I was in your position not too long ago.
        You may want to go through a credit counselor.
        I was @35 g's in the hole. (not from IM programs)
        I did not give up.
        I stuck with 1 way to make it online and did not give up.
        And trust me, I wanted to give up... a lot of times.
        It's times like this that make us who we are bro....
        Never Surrender!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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        • Profile picture of the author 27tryingtoamkeit
          Originally Posted by DavePalermo View Post

          I wish I could help you out.
          But I was in your position not too long ago.
          You may want to go through a credit counselor.
          I was @35 g's in the hole. (not from IM programs)
          I did not give up.
          I stuck with 1 way to make it online and did not give up.
          And trust me, I wanted to give up... a lot of times.
          It's times like this that make us who we are bro....
          Never Surrender!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
          Thank you Dave, I feel so lost right now bro with no way to turn, but I believe in God that I will get out of this and I will be lead into the right path. Its thrills me that you were in a similar situation as myself and I felt a spirit of accomplishment in you words which encourages me to stick with it. Just like a few members as said it. Maybe this is a lesson that I need to learn from to stick with something without have a remorse feeling that its not going to work. So thank you Dave for you input as well and im glad to hear that you are out of you struggle bro!!
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      Im also a student and I will be moving to Arizona for college soon, so I will be looking for work as soon as I step on the Arizona soil.
      What is your age? Any chance you bought this expensive program when you were under legal age of 18? If so, talk to a lawyer and see if you are truly liable for that $8k debt.

      If this were the one bad judgment you've made and you are college student struggling to get life started and handle this debt...my advice would be to declare bankruptcy and dump the debt or restructure it. Yes, there are consequences - but being unable to get credit might be good for you right now and by the time you finish school you could rebuild credit.

      Is this a credit card debt? If so, there are other options available, too. Don't just sit back, worry and try to pay something you don't have the ability to pay. Look into it and see what options there are that might lower this debt. It won't go away on its own.

      You seem to have spending problems that go beyond a one time mistake and that is the basic cause of the trouble you have now. That is what you need to focus on - learning to manage your money and plan expenditures wisely. DON'T BUY anything you don't have to buy - no emotional purchases, no products promising fast, easy money. Buy only necessities until the debt is resolved.

      Shiny objects tarnish quickly and roads to quick riches are usually dead ends. Some people spend a lot of years figuring those things out. If getting rich online was as easy as buying some magic software - everyone would be wealthy. Clearly, not everyone is.

      If you are going to be - or are - a full-time college student I think you should stay away from the "make money online" area for now and focus on your studies and your life choices. You could learn a lot about working online by studying free resources - but you can't buy an income and trying to do that will break you.

      Grow up - wise up - re-examine your priorities and expectations - and stop following dreams. Take charge of your money, get in control of your life - and move on.

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      • Profile picture of the author Kay King
        I hope a few marketers who employ those call centers to work on commissions to sell expensive coaching programs will read this thread.

        This is the other side of the hard sell techniques - and it's not pretty.
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      • Profile picture of the author Dan Curtis
        Dear 27tryingtoamkeit,

        My impression from your initial post and your replies is that you are a bit detached from reality.

        Maybe it was your upbringing, or maybe it is from the society you live in, but you are missing something very basic in your viewpoint.

        First you say, "I want to be in your shoes and live your residual income lifestyle." Well, that's just living in a dreamworld. It is a very irresponsible viewpoint for someone in your position.

        You are missing the entire point of marketing (please note: this is a marketing forum.) The point of marketing is to do something for someone else for which you will then be rewarded.

        The point is not the reward which you would like to receive. The point is doing something for someone else. If you just continue to sit around waiting for your "residual income lifestyle" your life will become a wasteland.

        Even now when you are given responsible advice, "...start cutting grass..." you continue to try to justify your lack of responsibility by saying that you are moving in two months.

        Two months? That's an eternity. In two months you could make enough money cutting grass or washing windows or cleaning out gutters or providing some sort of actual service to someone to pay a good part of your debt. You would also restore some sense of personal pride if you did.

        The only way to turn your life around is for you to become productive. But will you do it? Only time will tell.
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        • Profile picture of the author KEKilpatrick
          Originally Posted by Dan Curtis View Post

          Dear 27tryingtoamkeit,


          Even now when you are given responsible advice, "...start cutting grass..." you continue to try to justify your lack of responsibility by saying that you are moving in two months.

          Two months? That's an eternity. In two months you could make enough money cutting grass or washing windows or cleaning out gutters or providing some sort of actual service to someone to pay a good part of your debt. You would also restore some sense of personal pride if you did.

          The only way to turn your life around is for you to become productive. But will you do it? Only time will tell.
          Remember what I said about tough love?

          Dan makes a lot of sense (as do the others). Don't get yourself into a justification pit. Yes you can read and learn about marketing and I strongly urge you do so BUT also do what you need to do to get out of the hole that you're in.

          Don't give up on your dreams but take care of your reality before you start on anything else.

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        • Profile picture of the author 27tryingtoamkeit
          Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

          What is your age? Any chance you bought this expensive program when you were under legal age of 18? If so, talk to a lawyer and see if you are truly liable for that $8k debt.

          If this were the one bad judgment you've made and you are college student struggling to get life started and handle this debt...my advice would be to declare bankruptcy and dump the debt or restructure it. Yes, there are consequences - but being unable to get credit might be good for you right now and by the time you finish school you could rebuild credit.

          Is this a credit card debt? If so, there are other options available, too. Don't just sit back, worry and try to pay something you don't have the ability to pay. Look into it and see what options there are that might lower this debt. It won't go away on its own.

          You seem to have spending problems that go beyond a one time mistake and that is the basic cause of the trouble you have now. That is what you need to focus on - learning to manage your money and plan expenditures wisely. DON'T BUY anything you don't have to buy - no emotional purchases, no products promising fast, easy money. Buy only necessities until the debt is resolved.

          Shiny objects tarnish quickly and roads to quick riches are usually dead ends. Some people spend a lot of years figuring those things out. If getting rich online was as easy as buying some magic software - everyone would be wealthy. Clearly, not everyone is.

          If you are going to be - or are - a full-time college student I think you should stay away from the "make money online" area for now and focus on your studies and your life choices. You could learn a lot about working online by studying free resources - but you can't buy an income and trying to do that will break you.

          Grow up - wise up - re-examine your priorities and expectations - and stop following dreams. Take charge of your money, get in control of your life - and move on.

          kay
          Thank you Kay, I will be a full-time student and Im over 18 years old.I dont think I would need to file for "bankruptcy" either to get out of my situation. As far as my money issue, I could be better off but I only have that amount in my checking account, I do have a savings account and stocks and IRA account that I bought a few years back and honestly through my IRA money, I am using a little of that to help me with my move to Arizona.

          It appears that some that commented really dont know my life or testimony to how I got to where I am now and I have no problem telling it. I started working at ATT as a retail store supervisor 2 years ago and I left because I was hired on as "At Home Advisor" for Apple and the pay was way more than I was getting paid at ATT and the perk was, I could work from home. I stuck with Apple for 2 weeks and I failed the test and I couldnt retake the test because I missed by %2 of 70% to retake the exam. So I was let go, I tried to reply with 30 days and contact my MGR, but I never heard from him again.

          So I was lead back to the search to making money online again hoping I could find something and in that process, I started to loose money not just by buying courses from softwares, but I was paying my bills and thats how my checking account is where its at now.

          Just responding to everyone has help me out a lot and I signed up on this form to discuss my matters and also get people experiences who live this lifestyle I want to contact people who are internet marketers and who's been in that industry longer than I have. Im still have a lot to learn if I want to continue to pursue this as another source of income for myself.

          But overall just by me talking about my situation has helped me in a therapeutic sense just to relieve some of the worries and stress that I had on my heart and I need someone to talk to understand and hear me out.Some of you may think that im an idiot and im totally fine on how your heart feels towards my situation, but we all make mistakes and we learn from one another.




          Originally Posted by Dan Curtis View Post

          Dear 27tryingtoamkeit,

          My impression from your initial post and your replies is that you are a bit detached from reality.

          Maybe it was your upbringing, or maybe it is from the society you live in, but you are missing something very basic in your viewpoint.

          First you say, "I want to be in your shoes and live your residual income lifestyle." Well, that's just living in a dreamworld. It is a very irresponsible viewpoint for someone in your position.

          You are missing the entire point of marketing (please note: this is a marketing forum.) The point of marketing is to do something for someone else for which you will then be rewarded.

          The point is not the reward which you would like to receive. The point is doing something for someone else. If you just continue to sit around waiting for your "residual income lifestyle" your life will become a wasteland.

          Even now when you are given responsible advice, "...start cutting grass..." you continue to try to justify your lack of responsibility by saying that you are moving in two months.

          Two months? That's an eternity. In two months you could make enough money cutting grass or washing windows or cleaning out gutters or providing some sort of actual service to someone to pay a good part of your debt. You would also restore some sense of personal pride if you did.

          The only way to turn your life around is for you to become productive. But will you do it? Only time will tell.
          Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

          I hope a few marketers who employ those call centers to work on commissions to sell expensive coaching programs will read this thread.

          Hahaha yes! Very True and I hope people on this forum will learn from my situation.

          This is the other side of the hard sell techniques - and it's not pretty.
          Yes you are very right, only time will tell and I will take your advice because there were some pretty good statements that I will take along with me to help me out, so thank you.
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          • Profile picture of the author Black Hat Cat
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            Originally Posted by 27tryingtoamkeit View Post

            Thank you Kay, I will be a full-time student and Im over 18 years old.I dont think I would need to file for "bankruptcy" either to get out of my situation. As far as my money issue, I could be better off but I only have that amount in my checking account, I do have a savings account and stocks and IRA account that I bought a few years back and honestly through my IRA money, I am using a little of that to help me with my move to Arizona.
            In other words, you aren't quite as broke as you initially let on, are you? Here's an idea....why don't you follow the course you're paying $8,000 for to figure out how to make some cash? That's what you bought it for, isn't it?

            Meanwhile, I can't believe that no one has noticed that you're about to make the same mistake you've already made times 10, if not worse. How concerned about debt can you be when you're about to take on who knows how much student loan debt at the out-of-state tuition rate($70,000 is a nice estimate for 4 years) at a top 3 Arizona school for what appears to be a freakin' Arts degree?

            No offense, but I see a pattern, and not a good one.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bill Hugall
    Yeah videos are cool but how is that going to pay the rent. I really love to help people but there are 10 posts a day about this. THIS FORUM IS FILLED WITH ALL THE INFORMATION YOU WILL NEED!!!! Most of it is free. If you know how to use google then you should be able to work the search button on the forum. Really no one is going to come on here and lay down step by step what cost them money and even more importantly time. All just because you asked. This business isn't easy. You need to learn a ton. So stop, cruise the forum and learn for a couple months.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tim3
    Lots of sound advice floating around here so let me offer my 2cents.

    Forget it. Get yourself an education first then you will never have to worry about doing crappy jobs to make ends meet.

    When you have a degree or whatever under your belt, then you can think again about IM and the 'internet lifestyle' you are dreaming about.

    Take it from someone who doesn't have one, right now in this world there is nothing more important than an a good education, it will make you free to do what you want and get where you want to go.
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    • Profile picture of the author 27tryingtoamkeit
      Originally Posted by Don Adrian View Post

      I agree with J since you only have $30 in your pocket you need to get a job for you to survive and provide for your needs. All of the other post are true and can really help you to be successful in internet marketing but not right now you can't earn a lot of money overnight it takes time. Get a job, save and come back when you are prepared and ready.
      I agreed with J as well, but im not sure on your statment "come back when you are ready." Im not really buying anything from any members on the form, more than anything im getting input and advice- realism. Which is good so far and I came to the right place for that so thank you Don.

      Originally Posted by bilkat19 View Post

      Yeah videos are cool but how is that going to pay the rent. I really love to help people but there are 10 posts a day about this. THIS FORUM IS FILLED WITH ALL THE INFORMATION YOU WILL NEED!!!! Most of it is free. If you know how to use google then you should be able to work the search button on the forum. Really no one is going to come on here and lay down step by step what cost them money and even more importantly time. All just because you asked. This business isn't easy. You need to learn a ton. So stop, cruise the forum and learn for a couple months.
      bilkat19, Yes your very right. I came across the forum by finding it in google search and now im here.. Im sorry and I hope I didnt give that impression where I wanted "step-by-step" information from member on this forum.

      So far, Ive gather alot of good advice from the individuals who volunteered to comment on my thread to respond what Im going through and again, I thank everyone for that and that is why I am here so I can learn from people experiences. Thank you for your input bilkat19.

      Originally Posted by Tim3 View Post

      Lots of sound advice floating around here so let me offer my 2cents.

      Forget it. Get yourself an education first then you will never have to worry about doing crappy jobs to make ends meet.

      When you have a degree or whatever under your belt, then you can think again about IM and the 'internet lifestyle' you are dreaming about.

      Take it from someone who doesn't have one, right now in this world there is nothing more important than an a good education, it will make you free to do what you want and get where you want to go.
      Tim,

      Thank you so much, that was really good advice!!I think at this moment I should stay focused on my talent which is music/graphic designed and film. That is something that God has blessed me with and im really good at it. The school that Im going to is one of the top 3 schools in the state and they have really good internships and who knows, you might see my name on tv or a movie someday. Overall Tim, that was heart felt advice man and I really DO appreciate THAT!! Thank you!!
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  • Profile picture of the author fin
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  • Profile picture of the author fin
    Have you actually paid the $8k?
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    • Profile picture of the author 27tryingtoamkeit
      Originally Posted by fin View Post

      Have you actually paid the $8k?
      Jamie, I havent paid it off in full because they broke everything down into payments.
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      • Profile picture of the author fin
        Originally Posted by 27tryingtoamkeit View Post

        Jamie, I havent paid it off in full because they broke everything down into payments.
        Look at the fine print and try to find a way to get out of it.

        Can you cancel? Have they failed to live up to any promises? If they did scam you I'd cancel the payments and fight them. If they know they are a scam artist I bet they will just forget about you rather than open a can of worms.
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  • Profile picture of the author KingYoungPimpin
    Originally Posted by 27tryingtoamkeit View Post

    Hello im new here and I have been searching ways to make money online for almost 2 years and never really got anywhere!! I got myself into a mountain of debt and it sux big time!! Im just askng people to be a little gentle with me and not make fun of me and realize that im just a person who wants to be SOMEONE and be financially successful.

    We all make mistakes and where I missed up, I got a involved with Anthony Morrison's "fast cash commission" and now Im in 8k of debt that I gotta pay off in 2 years and thats not considering my loans for college...

    To be perfectly honest, im very scared, I never been without money and as of now, I only have $30 to my name and im so scared its not a joke. I just want to be successful and it seems like im taking too many routes to get where I want to be and I find myself.... lost...

    I guess the whole point of this is, I need encouragement and advice from people who are really making a living online, because I want to be in your shoes and live your residual income lifestyle. I dont have a problem WORKING so please, be gentle and console me.

    Thank you
    Well I have lost a lot money also. We have all failed at some point in time. Never quit and give up though. No one is here to make fun of you because we have all been in similar situations. It's life and it can happen to anyone. Pick yourself up and keep going.
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  • Profile picture of the author greenowl123
    IMHO it is better to take baby steps in this business (or any business) while you learn all you need to learn (which is a lot).

    What I did to get started was place free classified ads all over the place to promote a dating offer.

    I sat for 3 or 4 hours every night just placing free ads. My investment : Zero dollars.

    I set up a free Gmail account, and set up a vacation response / auto response to anyone who wrote from the ads. The message included my affiliate link.

    I made about 30 bucks my first month working online doing this, with 0 investment. Just putting in the time and getting my hands dirty.

    From there, I kept learning more and more, here on the WF mostly.

    Later when you want to invest some money in this business, go to Fiverr and experiment with some gigs there. Buy a gig there where somebody will post ads for you for example.

    Invest small amounts of money at first. When you get a ROI, then keep doing it. If you get no results, then try something else. But the good thing is, you only lost 5 bucks, not thousands.

    Good luck to you.
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  • Profile picture of the author wordpressmania
    Hi,

    I was reading your post "Got into trouble"

    I can help you if you let me know details about your self...

    1. Where do you live
    2. What is your current earning source
    3. Do you want to work hard to earn from offline business?

    Actually I select partner all over the world and seeking honest and hard working people.

    Not only you everyone who want to earn a fair amount proportion to their working will be bale to make money with me.

    I always say.. I do not know any magic... I work hard and I need people around me who has passion to earn money according to their deeds. I earn honestly and encourage people to earn honestly.

    I personally believe there is no way to earn automatically without any effort.

    So PM me, I will try my best so that you can make money as my partner...

    Hope this helps
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  • Profile picture of the author anonymous99
    Internet marketing can be highly profitable, but it is not easy!
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  • Profile picture of the author JamieSEO
    Much like the Warriors above, I agree that a strong dose of tough love is definitely needed here.

    The only people I know that are really successful at internet marketing, freelancing or running their own business have all hit the skids at some point and then sucked it up and worked their asses off to get where they are now.

    When I first started doing this full-time I was absolutely terrified. Financially, the first 12 months was pure hell, but knowing that if I didn't suck it up and do something to pay the rent is one heck of a motivator.

    A common theme here on the Warrior Forum with people that start these threads is throwing money into a 'get rich quick scheme', OR paying for a course or software and then sitting back and waiting for money to magically appear.

    Before paying out a cent for training (including a degree), make sure you have a clear path of exactly how you will be making money back from it. No offense meant, but I know way to many people here in Australia that have degrees who are now working as "checkout chicks". Unless you are 100% certain about that Uni course, save yourself the extra debt.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      I havent paid it off in full because they broke everything down into payments.
      Don't let "them" dictate your debt! Chances are you are paying more with payments than if you paid off the debt in full. Start by trying to negotiate the debt down to a lower amount in exchange for a full payout.

      If you have the funds available in savings to pay this in full - that is exactly what you should do! Get rid of it and learn from it. As long as you are paying on this debt (and probably paying for the monthly setup as well) it will be an anchor in your life.

      Don't feel guilty - we all make stupid money decisions at some point in life. It's an advantage to learn a harsh lesson at a young age - will save you problems in the future if you learn from this.
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      • Who wants to be the one to break it to him about the IRA?

        I will, then.

        Some years ago I needed to make a down payment on a condo, so I took the money out of my IRA. That triggers penalties and a big tax bill. I ended up paying $6,700 in extra taxes that year and no, I had not planned for that. It was just easier not to think about it. I ended up having to borrow the money from a friend.

        Sell the stock.

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  • Profile picture of the author mbreezy
    Btw, you've made a great decision in coming here for information. You're on the right track. At the least, you could spend some of your two months in Oklahoma doing gigs on fiverr...
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  • Profile picture of the author Amelle
    I am really sorry for your situation and it is true that we all make mistakes but we also have to learn from those mistakes. If we don't, then we will always be lost. But now I think you should stop worrying and start doing. You've been given so much good advice and good suggestions on what to do on this thread.

    You are young, healthy and capable, so either go and get an offline job or/and head over to the Warrior for Hire section of this forum and offer your services. You are bound to find something you can do, from what you've said, for example you could write articles, create videos, create banners/graphics etc. Sign up with Freelance, Odesk and other sites where you can offer your services. Since you like film/video/graphic design, you could even create videos/graphics/Facebook pages etc for local businesses.

    Do the work well and you'll get repeat orders and create a good reputation for yourself and people will hire you. You can also do this while you're at college in your free time. Like lots of other people, I worked through college myself during my free time and whatever you earn will certainly help.

    Just stop chasing those shiny objects and courses that promise you overnight riches - they will not deliver - the only things they will deliver are mountains of debt, disappointment, time wasting, stress and worry as you have already experienced. You need to focus, pick something you can do offline/online and do it. Stick with it.

    Sitting around worrying will not get you anywhere, that's for sure, it will only make you feel more lost and miserable.
    Best of luck.
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    • Profile picture of the author KEKilpatrick
      Originally Posted by Andrei Rotariu View Post


      Got to agree with this, there are 703 or so posts in this thread. Do what you NEED to do to get yourself squared away and while you're doing that (preferably with a brick and mortar job) continue with learning IM if that's what your goal is.

      AND

      While there are people making thousands in a day they didn't just wake up and find deposits in their account. You don't read about the weeks and months of work put into a product launch or all of the back end work required to be successful at affiliate marketing. This takes real work and a lot of it.

      Do what you need to do and then you can focus on what you want to do.
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      • Profile picture of the author cashp0wer
        The first thing I thought when I read your post was that you need to get a job somewhere first of all. If you only have $30 that must be a huge sign of that. Once you have a job pay your debts, and slowly work on your IM business. This business takes time, hard work, persistence and patience. You must start out slow and keep focused on what you are doing. Eventually you will make enough from your online business to quit your job but don't quit until you are.
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  • Profile picture of the author Trev81
    Get a local job dude first of all. Easiest way to get yourself some hard earned cash, fast. Stop living in a bubble and thinking "ah i'm moving away so it'll be grand getting a job once I move". That attitude will get you nowhere. Once you start earning cash somewhere then it will lift your self esteem and give you a bit more confidence in yourself which is more important imo.

    Just get off your a$$ and go look for a job NOW. Stop waiting for a silver bullet that will make you rich. Its hard work that gets people rich. Do IM on the side of a real cash job. That way you have the security of a full-time job plus whatever you make from IM in your spare time.

    Best of luck anyway. Let us know how you get on.

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  • Profile picture of the author Tasleem Khan
    Your story reminds me of where I was last year in November, out of money and in about 9K of debt becuase of st%&p systems that promised me to make money online, they NEVER, NEVER, NEVER delivered.

    So one day I listed an item on ebay which I saw was selling really well on ebay, but on another site I saw the same item cheaper (Bought it listed it) and within hours it sold, I MADE SOME MONEY I made £10 profit out of it.

    Fast forward to today, I am out of debt and still making money on ebay.

    Lesson of the story, YOU NEED TO TAKE ACTION!!!!!! (and only you can chage your situation NO ONE else.

    Find something you are good at, could be writing or whatever and try and utilise those skills to make money, you can do it at freelance .com fiverr .com.

    I hope this all helps
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  • Profile picture of the author therichb
    Making money & Losing it are the two sides of a coin, someone makes it & the other looses it... The game goes on until both the ends are satisfied playing it

    Making your own decisions & getting sticked to it will let you bring growth to your life & that will possibly leverage your earning potential too ...
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    • Profile picture of the author 27tryingtoamkeit
      Originally Posted by Black Hat Cat View Post

      In other words, you aren't quite as broke as you initially let on, are you? Here's an idea....why don't you follow the course you're paying $8,000 for to figure out how to make some cash? That's what you bought it for, isn't it?

      Meanwhile, I can't believe that no one has noticed that you're about to make the same mistake you've already made times 10, if not worse. How concerned about debt can you be when you're about to take on who knows how much student loan debt at the out-of-state tuition rate($70,000 is a nice estimate for 4 years) at a top 3 Arizona school for what appears to be a freakin' Arts degree?

      No offense, but I see a pattern, and not a good one.
      NO OFFENSE taken!! All your words were greatly appreciated and everything has worked in my favor. I am more concentrated on school and I have learned from my mistake. If I wanted to get involved in IM then I will read and do more research from this point on!! So thank you for you advice!!


      Originally Posted by JamieSEO View Post

      Much like the Warriors above, I agree that a strong dose of tough love is definitely needed here.

      The only people I know that are really successful at internet marketing, freelancing or running their own business have all hit the skids at some point and then sucked it up and worked their asses off to get where they are now.

      When I first started doing this full-time I was absolutely terrified. Financially, the first 12 months was pure hell, but knowing that if I didn't suck it up and do something to pay the rent is one heck of a motivator.

      A common theme here on the Warrior Forum with people that start these threads is throwing money into a 'get rich quick scheme', OR paying for a course or software and then sitting back and waiting for money to magically appear.

      Before paying out a cent for training (including a degree), make sure you have a clear path of exactly how you will be making money back from it. No offense meant, but I know way to many people here in Australia that have degrees who are now working as "checkout chicks". Unless you are 100% certain about that Uni course, save yourself the extra debt.
      I have taken the advice of many from this form and I am very satisfied that I came to the right place to take advice !! From this point on I have learned from my situation and I will do more research and take my time and concentrate on one thing at a time!! Thank you for you advice and also taking the time to respond to my thread- thank you !!

      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      Don't let "them" dictate your debt! Chances are you are paying more with payments than if you paid off the debt in full. Start by trying to negotiate the debt down to a lower amount in exchange for a full payout.

      If you have the funds available in savings to pay this in full - that is exactly what you should do! Get rid of it and learn from it. As long as you are paying on this debt (and probably paying for the monthly setup as well) it will be an anchor in your life.

      Don't feel guilty - we all make stupid money decisions at some point in life. It's an advantage to learn a harsh lesson at a young age - will save you problems in the future if you learn from this.
      Thank you for you advice and I totally agree!! I made mistakes and I learned from them greatly and I will just stay focused on what I love the most which is music and photography and Im more focused on my career and I will no longer be focused on schemes or gimmicks on getting rich. Just like everything else, it takes time. So all is well and everything works out in God's timing I just needed more patients and staying focused on what he desires minus what I want if its not in his will to do so. Again, thank you so much for you input- it was greatly appreciated!!

      Originally Posted by fluffythewondercat View Post

      Who wants to be the one to break it to him about the IRA?

      I will, then.

      Some years ago I needed to make a down payment on a condo, so I took the money out of my IRA. That triggers penalties and a big tax bill. I ended up paying $6,700 in extra taxes that year and no, I had not planned for that. It was just easier not to think about it. I ended up having to borrow the money from a friend.

      Sell the stock.

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      My IRA account has been paid and returned way before I started this business, so i will no longer need to pay taxes on it . That is good that you had a friend that helped you out!!

      Originally Posted by mbreezy View Post

      This is total bullshit. It sounds completely LAZY.

      Dude, get off your ass and stop feeling sorry for yourself. You made some poor decisions based off of your own ignorance and wishful thinking. Don't be ashamed, it happens to the best of us. Pick yourself back up, start thinking positively. You have to know deep down that all of the riches in the world are yours for the taking, but you have to take action.

      I assume you're at home living with your parents, correct? Which would equate to you have little to no bills, right? What exactly is holding you down? I think moving is lame excuse.

      Get yourself any type of employment/way to make money and invest it into your next method. Two months is plenty of time to bankroll at least 500-1000 dollars. There is a lot you could do with that.

      Sounds like you got caught up chasing shiny objects, you're not the first or last.
      Thank you for you input and advice first and for most ! I have learned from the mistake that I got myself into financially and the good news that company that I was invovled with a history of complaints and they are not as legit as they appeared to be, so I am no longer withheld into a contract any longer. From this point on Im not going to get caught up in quick rich schemes or gimmicks! I am glad that I am a member of this form and I can come on here and READ and RESEARCH on how to start a online business from people have experience in IM, so I am grateful for that. I believe I have all that I need- if your talking about my material things which I use regularly to produce music and work on videos. I love that fact that you gave rough encouragement so I acknowledged that, but I am by far lazy and I DO apologize if I gave that impression to member who read my thread. Things are much different now for me financially since I updated my account so there is more than $30 now which I am VERY grateful for !! Thank you for your advice and input!! Seriously Im thankful for everyones input really!!

      Originally Posted by mbreezy View Post

      Btw, you've made a great decision in coming here for information. You're on the right track. At the least, you could spend some of your two months in Oklahoma doing gigs on fiverr...
      Yes I did and totally agree!! I have a fiver account and that has helped me out tremendously!!

      Originally Posted by travlinguy View Post

      You don't need consoling, or advice you need a boot in the butt. Look above at what I highlighted. You're not responsible. No one here can make you responsible. JaRyCu already gave you the best advice in the thread. Get a job. Save some money. Pay down your debt. Practice some discipline.

      Ugh, huh? Not what you wanted to hear, right? I was where you were but it was well before the Internet came along. I joined the Navy where straightening out wasn't a suggestion, it was the only choice I had. Maybe that's something you should consider. Some of us do far better with very few choices, at least until we can act like big boys and girls on our own. Good luck.
      No, I beg a differ, that is EXACTLY why I came to this forum to received specifically on other peoples views and console!!What you said, was on you heart to say to me and I clearly appreciate all your words very much - and I am NOT insulted by no means by what you said! More than anything- I am appreciative to your words , So THANK YOU!!

      Originally Posted by sadneck View Post

      27tryingtoamkeit, some more tough love. Get into something and STICK WITH IT. Be prepared to stick with it forever. The problem with why so many people go wrong is because they bounce around like the next big $1000 is right around the corner.

      This is a lie. Every good takes time to build, and only by sticking with something can we ever have something of value.

      Todays hollywood society wants you to believe that when things get rough you should move on. WRONG!

      When things get rough it is an opportunity for you to surpass the other 99% who will bounce from one good thing to the next.

      At the end they will have nothing and you will be further a long.

      Best of luck,
      Andrew
      Preach Drew!! You ARE very RIGHT!! My problem was, I was NOT sticking to things and I was focused on to many thing at once.Honestly I wanted to be successful and help the woman that raised me and free her from her job and provide for her like she did for me! I did not have a father around when I was growing up and my mother was all I had, she couldn't teach me to be a man and honestly I learn from my mistakes and learned from them all. I will stay focused on school and production business. I thank God that he gave me talent and I will stay focused on my career and talent- to use what I was given to create a financial income for myself. At the time, I was looking for something to create a income for myself and some may think and have already said that I need to grow up, but like I said, I learn from my mistakes and I matured from them all. I do apologize if I gave a "bad" impression on myself , but I thank you Drew for giving me that tough critical encouragement, those words alone has helped me alot, so thank you!!

      Originally Posted by Amelle View Post

      I am really sorry for your situation and it is true that we all make mistakes but we also have to learn from those mistakes. If we don't, then we will always be lost. But now I think you should stop worrying and start doing. You've been given so much good advice and good suggestions on what to do on this thread.

      You are young, healthy and capable, so either go and get an offline job or/and head over to the Warrior for Hire section of this forum and offer your services. You are bound to find something you can do, from what you've said, for example you could write articles, create videos, create banners/graphics etc. Sign up with Freelance, Odesk and other sites where you can offer your services. Since you like film/video/graphic design, you could even create videos/graphics/Facebook pages etc for local businesses.

      Do the work well and you'll get repeat orders and create a good reputation for yourself and people will hire you. You can also do this while you're at college in your free time. Like lots of other people, I worked through college myself during my free time and whatever you earn will certainly help.

      Just stop chasing those shiny objects and courses that promise you overnight riches - they will not deliver - the only things they will deliver are mountains of debt, disappointment, time wasting, stress and worry as you have already experienced. You need to focus, pick something you can do offline/online and do it. Stick with it.

      Sitting around worrying will not get you anywhere, that's for sure, it will only make you feel more lost and miserable.
      Best of luck.
      You are very RIGHT and thank you for your input as well!! The people on this forum as truly helped me out a lot and I can see that people really do care and I hope they see my gratitude and appreciation due to the fact that I am very thankful for everyone's input and advice they have given me!!

      My thoughts exactly, I am putting a END to overnight rich schemes and I will just stay focused on my career and school! You cross every "T" and dotted ever "I", they're a waste of time and they do deliver mountains of debt! I am thankful that I have learned from my mistake and I will continue to stay focused on my talent that I was blessed with and use that to generate a income for myself (music production,photography,videography and graphic design). Its crazy, but like I said I was trying to do to many things at once and I got off focused on my true gifted, but I feel even more confident and I will use my production to generate a side income for myself.Thank you for you input as well!!

      Originally Posted by Trev81 View Post

      Get a local job dude first of all. Easiest way to get yourself some hard earned cash, fast. Stop living in a bubble and thinking "ah i'm moving away so it'll be grand getting a job once I move". That attitude will get you nowhere. Once you start earning cash somewhere then it will lift your self esteem and give you a bit more confidence in yourself which is more important imo.

      Just get off your a$$ and go look for a job NOW. Stop waiting for a silver bullet that will make you rich. Its hard work that gets people rich. Do IM on the side of a real cash job. That way you have the security of a full-time job plus whatever you make from IM in your spare time.

      Best of luck anyway. Let us know how you get on.

      Experience is the name everyone gives to their mistakes - Oscar Wilde
      Oscar, thank you for your input, I will be moving on Sept 1st , so I have 2 months to look for a job in Arizona. My finances are well now and I am gratful that I have well over $30 in my checking account (so thankful)!! I will take your advice and consider doing IM on the side, but for the next few years I will do a lot more READING then anything else considering I dont know whole lot like I thought I did. I am glad that I am a member of this were I can be updated to peoples success in IM,but still- I will take my TIME before I invest in anything else from this point on!!For the time being Im going to be more focused on the talent that God has blessed me with and I will continue to work on my production to generate a living for myself because I know what im naturally good at and IM just takes a lot of time to invest in, so I have a lot to learn. I thank you for your advice because you were straight to the point (just like everyone else) and very BOLD in saying what you said; and BY NO MEANS was I insulted by your words, I accepted them and I appreciated them, so thank you!!

      Originally Posted by KEKilpatrick View Post

      Got to agree with this, there are 703 or so posts in this thread. Do what you NEED to do to get yourself squared away and while you're doing that (preferably with a brick and mortar job) continue with learning IM if that's what your goal is.

      AND

      While there are people making thousands in a day they didn't just wake up and find deposits in their account. You don't read about the weeks and months of work put into a product launch or all of the back end work required to be successful at affiliate marketing. This takes real work and a lot of it.

      Do what you need to do and then you can focus on what you want to do.
      "Do what you need to do and then you can focus on what you want to do." Got it! Doing it! DONE!! Thank you and I love that quote because it so true!! I learned from my mistake and I will be more focused on my career and school more thank anything else!! I will continue to READ and REASEARCH on IM before I get involved in anything!! I feel alot more safer that way!! I said it numerous of times, but if I have any questions at all I will come here to the this forum and ASK to the people who trully know the business!! Thank you for you input and helpful advice!!

      Originally Posted by cashp0wer View Post

      The first thing I thought when I read your post was that you need to get a job somewhere first of all. If you only have $30 that must be a huge sign of that. Once you have a job pay your debts, and slowly work on your IM business. This business takes time, hard work, persistence and patience. You must start out slow and keep focused on what you are doing. Eventually you will make enough from your online business to quit your job but don't quit until you are.
      Cashpower, Thank you first and for most!! I am taking everything into action and I have LEARN alot from my mistake!! From this point on I will read more about IM on this form, but most importantly I will take my time on one thing at a time! As of right now im am more focused on my relationship with God and school!! I know, if I stay focused on those things everything else will fall into place and also for my favor!! I am grateful that you took the time to give me your advice so thank you I really do appreciate everyone on this form!!

      Originally Posted by Tasleem Khan View Post

      Well said TAKE ACTION!!!!
      haha Tasleem Khan!! I GOTCHA ! and GETTING-ER DONE

      Originally Posted by fluffythewondercat View Post

      Save it, guys, the OP's not coming back.

      It was a lark for him and now he's off doing something else, probably something that involves lube and porn.

      fLufF
      --
      IM SORRY, it took so long to reply to everyone and I DIDNT FORGET ABOUT YOU GUYS EITHER!! I had a lot of things that I had to fix and make straight not only about my situation but also in my life!!

      Reading you guys comments has greatly helped to develop my character and I am more aware of my mistakes and I am also aware of my plans to go where I need to go thanks to your input and advice. But as far as porn and lube, I have ALOT more self dignity and respect for myself to not degrade my body in a unethical manner.


      Originally Posted by Tasleem Khan View Post

      Your story reminds me of where I was last year in November, out of money and in about 9K of debt becuase of st%&p systems that promised me to make money online, they NEVER, NEVER, NEVER delivered.

      So one day I listed an item on ebay which I saw was selling really well on ebay, but on another site I saw the same item cheaper (Bought it listed it) and within hours it sold, I MADE SOME MONEY I made £10 profit out of it.

      Fast forward to today, I am out of debt and still making money on ebay.

      Lesson of the story, YOU NEED TO TAKE ACTION!!!!!! (and only you can chage your situation NO ONE else.

      Find something you are good at, could be writing or whatever and try and utilise those skills to make money, you can do it at freelance .com fiverr .com.

      I hope this all helps
      Thats a awesome testimony and yes I will take your advice and I thank you!! I am really good at producing music,graphic design,photography and creating video's ! From this point on im no longer interested in get rich schemes and I learned from my mistake big time!! Im just going to go to school , get a job and continue to building a foundation for myself! The money will come, but I rather do something that I much happy with anyway!! so thank you for you testimony and Im glad that you came out of that major whole of debt!! IM taking action BROTHER!! Thank you !!

      Originally Posted by therichb View Post

      Making money & Losing it are the two sides of a coin, someone makes it & the other looses it... The game goes on until both the ends are satisfied playing it

      Making your own decisions & getting sticked to it will let you bring growth to your life & that will possibly leverage your earning potential too ...
      Awesome!! Over all Im STICKING TO WHAT I KNOW, I will be MORE COMMITTED to my TALENT, I WILL NO LONGER INVEST and ANYTHING that PROMISES OVERNIGHT RICHES or SCHEMES or COURSE, I will WORK HARD the OLD FASHION WAY and STAY FOCUSED on SCHOOL and JUMP into MY CAREER!! If I have ANY questions regarding INTERNET MARKETING I will come to the FORM that HELPED me the MOST (WarriorForum) and I will LEARN and READ from you guys!! Thank you for alllll of your help!! I am very thankful!!
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  • Profile picture of the author ceenote100
    I think most of us have been in your position. The only thing I can say is find something that works then stick with it. Don't spread yourself out too thin trying out all these different products that will get you nowhere but in a lot of debt.
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  • I am so sorry to hear about the debt you managed to get into that's tough!
    If I were you I would start a service either on Fiverr or here on the Warrior Forum. Something you can complete quick and easy that you have learnt. A skill or you can make video reviews or whatever you are good at. Article writing etc.

    This will make you some money as soon as today and with that you can invest it back into growing your business from the ground. For me that's the fastest way to make money online when you are in need of desperate cash.

    Hope this helps and I wish you the best of luck with your future endeavours,
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  • Profile picture of the author marketwarrior06
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    The best option is to forget every thing and find a new off line job for you.
    And in the mean time start learning IM. As a beginner don't invest a penny. start learning. then when you think that you can really earn by online IM and you have covered your loan at least 50% then start thinking about investing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jen Chaney
    Originally Posted by 27tryingtoamkeit View Post

    Hello im new here and I have been searching ways to make money online for almost 2 years and never really got anywhere!! I got myself into a mountain of debt and it sux big time!! Im just askng people to be a little gentle with me and not make fun of me and realize that im just a person who wants to be SOMEONE and be financially successful.

    We all make mistakes and where I missed up, I got a involved with Anthony Morrison's "fast cash commission" and now Im in 8k of debt that I gotta pay off in 2 years and thats not considering my loans for college...

    To be perfectly honest, im very scared, I never been without money and as of now, I only have $30 to my name and im so scared its not a joke. I just want to be successful and it seems like im taking too many routes to get where I want to be and I find myself.... lost...

    I guess the whole point of this is, I need encouragement and advice from people who are really making a living online, because I want to be in your shoes and live your residual income lifestyle. I dont have a problem WORKING so please, be gentle and console me.

    Thank you


    Best advice you'll find, when it comes to making money online, is to start trying to build an actual business; not try different schemes to make a quick buck.
    Try using PLR to build a list in a specific niche,and then promote affiliate products in that niche to your list.
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    • Profile picture of the author 27tryingtoamkeit
      Originally Posted by eugenedm View Post

      Oh my, your situation is difficult because before I got into IM I still have a job where I can get some funds. The only time people should let go of their regular jobs is if they're earning stable income from IM.
      Originally Posted by Jen Chaney View Post

      Best advice you'll find, when it comes to making money online, is to start trying to build an actual business; not try different schemes to make a quick buck.
      Try using PLR to build a list in a specific niche,and then promote affiliate products in that niche to your list.
      I totally agree with you guys. I have learned from this lesson and my mistakes in getting involved with these schemes. Thank you for taking the time for your advice!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author eugenedm
    Oh my, your situation is difficult because before I got into IM I still have a job where I can get some funds. The only time people should let go of their regular jobs is if they're earning stable income from IM.
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  • Profile picture of the author CaliGuy
    Aren't you glad that people actually care about you to take time and respond?

    A lot of good advice on what to do- physically.

    Suggestions:

    1) I recommend working on your MENTAL skills. Losing money is not a big deal. You're only 18 so you just started life.

    2) Be grateful that you're coachable (at least it seems). Don't be a typical 18 year old cocky a-hole who thinks he knows it all.

    3) Realize that you're at cause - everything that has happened to you is a result of the thoughts you've been thinking. Take 100% responsibility for your life. When you do, everything changes.

    4) You need to believe in yourself - pretty hard at this time. You need to pick up great books that give you confidence in yourself - The Magic of Thinking Big, The Magic of Believing, The Law of Success in 16 Lessons, Psychocybernetics, Ask & It Is Given, and The Secret. You should also check out EFT and TFT for emotional problems and curing them.

    These books will give you a great start and a HUGE confidence booster in yourself.

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    • Profile picture of the author 27tryingtoamkeit
      Originally Posted by CaliGuy View Post

      Aren't you glad that people actually care about you to take time and respond?

      A lot of good advice on what to do- physically.

      Suggestions:

      1) I recommend working on your MENTAL skills. Losing money is not a big deal. You're only 18 so you just started life.

      2) Be grateful that you're coachable (at least it seems). Don't be a typical 18 year old cocky a-hole who thinks he knows it all.

      3) Realize that you're at cause - everything that has happened to you is a result of the thoughts you've been thinking. Take 100% responsibility for your life. When you do, everything changes.

      4) You need to believe in yourself - pretty hard at this time. You need to pick up great books that give you confidence in yourself - The Magic of Thinking Big, The Magic of Believing, The Law of Success in 16 Lessons, Psychocybernetics, Ask & It Is Given, and The Secret. You should also check out EFT and TFT for emotional problems and curing them.

      These books will give you a great start and a HUGE confidence booster in yourself.

      Skype me if u want to talk.
      Hey guys I wanted to re-open this thread and give everyone a update on my situation about this program.

      For staters please be aware of these companies:
      Wealth information network LLC
      Win Marketing Group
      Monterey financial institution LLC

      After reading everyone's comments I was starting to feel a lot better, so I took the action to started doing research about this company that contacted me that said they were affiliated with Anthony Morrison. First when I was looking over the contract I didnt see anything that said about cancelation or refunds, so I contacted the BBB and wrote a complaint that the contracted didn't say anything about the 3 day cancelation that never spoke of from the beginning. From there, I contacted my credit card company and reported a dispute on the charges and gave them all the information they needed to investigate my dispute.

      What I found out about this company is that they make themselves look official (Wealth information network) and they use Monterey financial institution to gather the money to appear as a loan company.

      Over all I just want people to be more pre-cautious of these companies so they don't make the same mistake like I did. I am no longer with held in the "contract" and I will not be hearing from them again.

      From this day forth Im just going to concentrate on 2 things God and School. Im still interested in making money online,but for now, I'll just work for a employer until I'll establish a online business for myself someday and research more. I want to thank EVERYONE for the HELP and ADVICE you guys gave me!! You are ALL VERY AWESOME and very knowledgeable! SO I REALLY DO THANK YOU!!!

      I can post links so you can google the companies if you wish and research if you want.

      Im not 18 im 27 years old
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  • Profile picture of the author SurrealPSD
    Good news that you managed to shake that bullshit debt.
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    • Profile picture of the author 27tryingtoamkeit
      Originally Posted by SurrealPSD View Post

      Good news that you managed to shake that bullshit debt.
      Yess totally!! ALOT of things DID NOT seem a right about that business especially their contract. They have a history onine for ripping people off
      I just glad that I researched before it was too late! But thank you!!
      Originally Posted by yieldway View Post

      Wishing you all the very best in your studies ;-)
      YES,YES!! I Feel great and this was a KICK in the BUTT that one of the WF members said! So im glad I didnt become a victim of there scam/rippoff and I will stay more focused on my studies!! Again thank you for everything guys!!
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    Wishing you all the very best in your studies ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Topwriters
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    I can sense your desperate need for $$$. I hope that you were able to get all of the best tips you can use in order to survive where you're at. Best of luck to you!
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    • Profile picture of the author 27tryingtoamkeit
      Originally Posted by Topwriters View Post

      I can sense your desperate need for $$$. I hope that you were able to get all of the best tips you can use in order to survive where you're at. Best of luck to you!
      Thank you and yes!! I received TONS of great advice on this forum!

      Originally Posted by HelpingYouBeAnExpert View Post

      Sh(^(&^ happens. The smartest man in history who we all owe a great deal got scammed by a guy who is famous and rich (we all know his name if I said it) got wiped out and dug ditches in New York.

      We all have to struggle the key is to get up and get going! Focus!

      That being said the 8K for Anthony Morrison's "fast cash commission" ? is that an upsell they did on you?
      Yes, but I this company made it seem like they were with Anthony Morrison,like a part of his "team". I came to find out they're not, I cant post any links to this thread yet, considering im still new here; But if you want you can research about these companies and find out more about them.
      Monterey Financial Services and WIN Marketing Group.
      this company "New Income
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  • Sh(^(&^ happens. The smartest man in history who we all owe a great deal got scammed by a guy who is famous and rich (we all know his name if I said it) got wiped out and dug ditches in New York.

    We all have to struggle the key is to get up and get going! Focus!

    That being said the 8K for Anthony Morrison's "fast cash commission" ? is that an upsell they did on you?
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  • Profile picture of the author lalit657
    My friend you can try on fiverr...read other gigs and find out what you are capable off doing for others...and provide them...don't let your gig ratings down..and be stick with it...otherwise you will face the same problem like you have now...you end up in no man's land....
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  • Profile picture of the author Edwin Torres
    The fastest way I ever made money is by selling backlinks on forums. Go find some SEO tools (a quick Google search will bring up many blackhat forums where you can get them for free shhh )...and sell them to people on forums and stuff
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  • Profile picture of the author rightseosteps
    It's not hard to make money if you think about it. Take this forum for example, they have a section just for sales. So if you're a writer for example.... you can easily sell unique content at a special price and i am sure everyone will want it. There's tons of ways to get traffic but forums are the best to getting to know people and what they want.

    I think you were looking the wrong place, and i think we all faced it at first. Waste money on what we think would make us a fortune, but in reality you need to work for it and sacrifice some money on wise decisions. There's nothing wrong with researching from time to time.
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    • Profile picture of the author 27tryingtoamkeit
      Originally Posted by lalit657 View Post

      My friend you can try on fiverr...read other gigs and find out what you are capable off doing for others...and provide them...don't let your gig ratings down..and be stick with it...otherwise you will face the same problem like you have now...you end up in no man's land....
      I actually created a fiverr account last month and I am putting it to good use!! So far I made $10 BUT 1 of the gigs allowed me to be on television
      because I made him a jingle/video and it turned out great!!! Fiverr is awesome!!

      Originally Posted by Edwin Torres View Post

      The fastest way I ever made money is by selling backlinks on forums. Go find some SEO tools (a quick Google search will bring up many blackhat forums where you can get them for free shhh )...and sell them to people on forums and stuff
      Backlinks eh? I never thought about something like that, I check it out!!

      Originally Posted by rightseosteps View Post

      It's not hard to make money if you think about it. Take this forum for example, they have a section just for sales. So if you're a writer for example.... you can easily sell unique content at a special price and i am sure everyone will want it. There's tons of ways to get traffic but forums are the best to getting to know people and what they want.

      I think you were looking the wrong place, and i think we all faced it at first. Waste money on what we think would make us a fortune, but in reality you need to work for it and sacrifice some money on wise decisions. There's nothing wrong with researching from time to time.
      Well since you last read my thread I was broke and now there Is turn around and everything as worked out well. Im no longer under contract with that BS company so I dont owe them anything. I am more focused on school and my career and im aspecting a really good job/internship once I graduate. I have generated over $3,000 since I've last been updated my fourm and im not planning to "waste" my money, I plan on saving it and add more to it so by the time I graduate I can use the money for loans [it'll be well over 3k by that time]. Im no longer in debt and im doing what I do best which is producing! In the next 6 months I plan on buying a SLR and offer my service
      to people to make music video's and also shoot weddings,parties and photo shoots. I will update everyone on how that goes when it becomes that time.


      But as far as IM , I will continue to research because it still doesnt quit click to me just yet. But thank you for your input

      Originally Posted by AcesHighNAJ View Post

      Learn as much as you can and then put your best ideas into action!
      Yes, yes and YES!! Thank you for the advice man, Im planning to take every action and to stay on ONE thing at a time!!
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