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Is site build it SBI A scam

Have you heard site build it? Did somebody told you SBI is a scam?

Ken Evoy, President of SiteSell.com, some of the webmaster leave some decent testimonial said they actually use the product and love it. And while they are no proof these people had actually used it or they just another SiteSell’s affiliate program promoter, i still believe in the product and endorse it because it really discrete the main core of create a successful web site.The question is whether it worth it or mot worth it.

Before i go any deeper,I need to point out that everyone who have heard how good,how amazing SBI is should take caution that any programs that promise you to earn big and fast money most probably is scam.Most people hype and aim to earn some affiliate commission.

I am mot blaming People who were proud to show the world how much good Site Build It changed their lives but that's depends on individual,it mght not work for everyone.
Not to mention some people think they could quit their jobs because of SBI!Hoe dangerous is that?

However If someone saying Site Build It SBI is a scam because it didn’t work for them, or they believe it’s overpriced.That untrue ,Site Build It! Cannot Be a Scam because of that.There are different definition of scam.In my opinion, a scam is product or service that doesn’t deliver what is promised. Or the company overcharges for the value provided.

Never does SiteSell promise you’ll make money if you use their product. Nor do they guarantee it’s easy to earn money online. The only thing they DO promise is that you will get valuable tutorials and tools to build your site that will set you on the path of success. This is true no matter which web host you use.

You have to understand, however, that your success largely depends on YOU and your own efforts. Building a successful website takes work, patience, learning, creativity and motivation.
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Anonymous said...

am i allowed to take a motor insurance company to small claims court? The insurer agency rejected my claim, (I would go ahead and take to blame driver to small claims on the other hand I've no address to serve them or send a demand letter). The opposite driver was at fault but his insurance company says there can be a difference in this claims so they really need to take the word of their insured vs. my word. There's no doubt that they acted in awful faith and did not perform a proper investigation would this certainly be a valid claim in small claims court? I must accept the the culprit drivers insurer (not my own) to small claims for any damages to my car.

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