They are making
their money by selling websites to gullible consumers. These packages cost
$300 each plus $150 per year after that. It is very hard to make money
online if you are a one-person operation and they make it sound simple.
If it were easy, we all would be doing it. Buyer beware of this scam. If
you contact the local Better Business Bureau, they will tell all about
They claim that
they are located in City of Industry. However, in reality they are just
leasing server space from Multacom,
which is located in the Crossroads
Business Park office building, which is located in City of Industry.
So where is their headquarters located at? They are located at
P.O. Box 92706
they seem to be getting their Internet service from
146 N. Grand
Why are they
operating out of a P.O. Box? Because they do not actually have a headquarters!
of the Lamborghini on the front lawn. Looks like they are trying to pass
off the Crossroads Building as their HQ! Notice how they blacked out the
Crossroads business logo on the upper right side of the building. The picture
on the top is from their site while the picture on the bottom was directly
off the Crossroads WebPages.
Not to mention
that they rely on flash and glamour to entice people into their scam. Just
because they are young does not mean that they are innocent!
If you look
closely you will see that these pictures are identical except for the fact
that someone photoshopped the 2by2 logo onto the Corvette in the first
picture. These were taken off 2by2's website. In fact, practically all
of their cars have the 2by2 logo photoshopped on them. This leads me to
believe that they probably do not own any of these cars. Most likely, they
are posing next to cars that do not belong to them or they are renting
the first picture was taken directly from Jeff Morgan's (founder) webpage
The second picture
was taken from their gallery of car http://www.2by2.net/Member/PersonalWebPages/autogallery.asp
If its one thing
I do not like it's people trying to cheat others out of their hard earned
money! The old adage holds true: If it sounds too good to be true, then
it probably is. In these types of scams, the only people who get rich are
the founders of the scam themselves. The average person like us will never
achieve the results that they promise, if we receive any money at all.
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