When searching the internet for business opportunities, there are a lot of choices to process. Many simply want you to by their ebook and apply what they have written. Others, like Stone Evans, promise to set you up with your very own cash generating Plug and Play site for free. Sound good? I thought so and signed up.Now don’t get me wrong. I am not accusing Stone Evans of being a scam artist, just not 100% up font about all the hidden extras involved with your “free” site.First of all, you are immediately directed to set up your hosting at $24.95 a month. Now we all should know that a site has to be hosted, but it is advertised as setting you up for free. A little misleading, but technically he does set up the site for free, just the hosting is up to you.Next you are instructed to sign up for his top 5 affiliate programs that he sets up on your site. 3 are free, but the other 2 cost a monthly fee. Now he states that if you don’t want to pay for these affiliate programs, he will still put them on your site and add the… Read full this story
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