Is This Really the #1 Business to Start or Just a Pyramid Scheme | Part 2

There are tons of people out on social media giving business advice. Some of it is good advice, but most of it isn’t good. In this new series watch CapForge’s owner react to different advice videos. He’s an expert in all things business and has 20+ years of experience under his belt. Some of the things he reacts to might even surprise you!

CapForge Founder and Owner Matt Remuzzi reacts to yet another video from Kelly G. that is also related to the affiliate marketing pyramid scheme.

Business Advice Video:

Do it in one to three hours a day. And just in case you don’t believe me, Forbes just announced it for the second year in a row. If you’re new here I’m Kelly G. I help working moms go from dropping their babies off at daycare every day to making an income from home in one to three hours a day. So let’s get into it. What I’m referring to is digital marketing aka affiliate marketing.

this allowed me to leave my…[Turns off video]

Matt’s Reaction:

Alright, Kelly G. is just reading the exact same script from another lady that we just saw read the exact same script. I hope Forbes feels bad about endorsing this because, or I don’t know if they even did. Their name is getting pulled into it a reputable business magazine endorsing this nonsense affiliate marketing pyramid scheme. I don’t have any faith in Kelly G. This is the third opportunity that we’ve seen her promote. She had one where you write letters and get paid $5 per letter and you can write as many as you want. I don’t know why she’s not busy getting her hands all cramped writing letters, making all that money when she moved on to the next idea that was so good she couldn’t even tell us what the idea was and wanted us to spend send her money for her course that would reveal this amazing idea. And now she’s on to the affiliate marketing pyramid scheme, where you try to convince everybody to buy a course on how to make money with affiliate marketing so they can sell other people on how to buy a course and make money on affiliate, and then there you go there’s a pyramid scheme. So yeah I Kelly great, you know, wanting to help single moms be able to provide income for their families. That is a noble cause. What you’ve done is twisted into something much uglier. Where you make money selling people, who are desperate for help, these courses. Where in reality they’re never gonna be able to make any money from these efforts. They’re just gonna line your pocket. So you’re taking something that’s good and playing, you know, taking advantage of these people who are falling for this, who are looking for a solution or desperate for this kind of a solution, and you’re offering something that is completely false hope, in this case. So I am disappointed in you Kelly G. I think you can do better.

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