posted on Jan, 8 2009 @ 02:00 AM
I have a friend who used to work for Webnet. She is a very honest person and she believed fully in the investment she was promoting, but something
always seemed fishy to me. She had little more than a highschool diploma, but she made tens of thousands of dollars per month. She was so enthusiastic
about the company, she invested a good portion of her "income" back into the Webnet. In the end, she is out of a job and has lost her investment.
It's unfortunate that she will have to face up to the fact that she was involved in a major scam and was responsible for luring innocent investors
into giving Webnet their money. But for all who lost money on this venture, whether as an employee, as an investor, or both:
If it seems to good to be true, it usually is.
The kind of returns they were offering investors were far higher than any reasonable investment.
The paycheques many of their employees took home were far about their paygrades.
Who am I supposed to feel sorry for here?