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The Rich Neighbor: Affiliate Program Invitation is SPAM?

I've posted comment in Sahar's blog about the "The Rich Neighbor" is using his domain name just like this one today. I've received 2 or more already. Well, I've included the source email address in my spam list.

I don't remember


I am the creator of the very popular domain investing course from . At the present time I am browsing the
web trying to find good matches to help promote my new course and I
came across your website which I feel is a perfect match.

My course is designed to help any internet user create hundreds or
even thousands of residual income streams through domain name
investments. The course can help absolutely anyone create more traffic
to a current website or even make huge money simply parking and acquiring
new domains.

My affiliate program is quickly becoming recognized as one of the Internets
premier affiliate programs, as we have higher commission payouts that most
other websites you will find. Additionally, my course is extremely easy to
sell as there is a huge demand for this information on a worldwide scale.
I wanted to be the first to tell you about our affiliate program and invite
you personally to partner with us in promoting this new course. I'm sure
that if you give the program a try you will not be disappointed by the results.

I am currently offering a very generous 50% commission on all sales of my course
and our secure and reliable payment processor Clickbank will send your payments
out twice per month (quicker than almost any other affiliate program).

As an affiliate partner of our website you will benefit from our
extremely high visitor/sale conversion rates and be credited for every
purchase your visitors make within a 60 day period. We currently have
several affiliates earning in excess of $100 per day simply promoting our
course on a higher traffic area of their website, and even have a few
affiliates earning as much as $1000+ per day. Along with great commission
potential we offer real time stats tracking so you can see exactly how your
traffic is converting on a day-to-day basis.

If you would like to earn the most from your website traffic I definitely
think you should try out our program. It only takes a few minutes to sign
up and you can immediately be producing an extra income from your website.

For more detailed information about our program please visit the following
web page: http://www. the rich neighbor . com/affiliates.html

If your website participates in link exchanges we also welcome you to join
our program at: http://www. the rich neighbor . com/linkexchange.html . With over
10,000 unique daily visitors to our website getting listed on our links page
will dramatically increase your own website exposure.

If you have any questions or concerns about this email, our affiliate program,
or the domain investing course we offer please do not hesitate to contact me.


The Rich Neighbor


  1. I received an email from that guy today, too. It was correctly addressed but the ebook/service advertised doesn't look credible to me.

  2. I got spams from this group at numerous email accounts today, have not subscribed from any of the accounts so clearly the spam is being sent to a purchased or rented list....clearly spam.


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