When you click the link you are taken to a Facebook page and walked through a serious of steps beginning with:
Once you've entered these details you're then presented with a web page containing 9,617 words that does not, not even once, say what this "successful business" opportunity actually is.
It doesn't take too much digging to find out what this is really about. The Facebook "Info" page gives a clue.
However, it's curious that our friend "Moela Chiloane" appears to have said exactly the same thing about a variety of schemes, not just this one. A Google search for "Moela Chiloane" and "I am 28 years old" finds 294 different web sites.
- "A lay on the couch get-rich-quick scheme
- Or, a do-little-or-nothing type of business
- A promise of overnight success"
The truth behind all of this seems to be quite simple. The founder of this "Elite Business Systems", Shawn Lewis, wants you to pay R297 for the "Elite Business Systems Starter Pack".
But what is the business behind all of this? Is it a pyramid scheme? No. From what I can gather it's nothing more than Herbalife, hidden behind an enormous amount of marketing hogwash.
My feelings about all of this? If this system is so successful why aren't they just open and honest about what this all is? Why the deception? Why the lies?