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Date Added: 5/22/2009     Reviewer: windychris
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Partner With Paul Description

Partner with Paul is a business opportunity offered by Paul Myeres. Paul claims earnings of 1.3 million dollars using his own unique system. He gives you a step by step plan you can follow to start earning anywhere from $500 to $5000 a month. The site gives you the biz opp, Paul’s system, and a business coach to help you get going. Disclosure: Project Payday's owners overlap with the owners of IMReportcard.com, LLC.

Partner With Paul Detailed Overview

There is a lot of talk about the Partner With Paul program. It has become one of the more popular biz opp offers online, but there is very little information about it. In reality, Paul presents you an opportunity to get involved with a profitable program.

After you sign up to Paul’s site, you will be referred to a free DVD kit. Although it seems relatively harmless, there is a little more than that. You will be charged a shipping fee for the free DVD and after 20 days, you will be charged a $29.95 monthly fee. This is similar to the free trial kits that enroll you into a recurring program.

When you receive the DVD in the mail, you’ll find out that it actually is a promo for Herbalife. While Herbalife is a reputable company, Paul’s free recommendation is tricky as there isn’t any mention of you being charged a recurring free after you get the kit. In fact, you will be joining his downline so that he profits when you profit from the affiliate program.

Herbalife is a nutritional company that sells weight loss supplements, energy supplements, personal care products, and other health supplements. They have a network marketing system in which you can become a distributor and sell their products for a profit. The company has paid out 2.4 billion dollars to distributors, so they have a history of success.

As far as the DVD kit is concerned, it contains tutorials on how to build a website and put up the products on to the site. You learn a little bit about getting traffic, building affiliate income, and streamlining your success. The problem is that this is not sufficient information to succeed with Herbalife.

The company has many other distributors and you are up against heavy competition. The quality of the information in the DVD is also very basic. It seems to be mainly targeted for those who are not familiar with the Internet marketing business. The creator of the DVD seems to be profiting by leading people to the Herbalife program.

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Partner With Paul Reputation

Overall, Partner With Paul is a poor product. Many people have complained about the content and are disappointed that the main goal of the site is to make money off people when the Herbalife program can be accessed directly. Customers have also complained that they had a hard time getting a refund from the Partner with Paul website. There is also no sufficient proof that there is a Paul Myeres and if the income claims are even real. I advise you to stay away from this site and go to Herbalife directly if you’re interested.

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NOT A SCAM! You're just doing it wrong

Hey! My name's Katie and I've been using this website for about 2 months and I can say it actually works! You don't make as much money as they say you will, but it does work. Like my first payout was $56 and that took me 1 week but if you post your personalized links in as many places as possible, you get more people looking at the site and therefore more money. There was a couple things wrong with this article so let me tell you how I did it and didn't have to pay any money.

When you get to the page where is says you have to pay the 10 bux for the book, DO NOT INPUT YOUR INFO. Instead, skip that part, scroll down to the very bottom of the page and click on Affiliates. This way, you sign up for free and can start right away.

So when you start, you get $1.50 payout (not 2.50 like they said) but if you start getting lots of leads (people clicking on your personalized link and JUST inputting their name and email, they don't have to do anything past that page unless they want to sign up as well) you get paid. And as you get better, your payouts will increase (up to $5 per lead) the best way to do this is to:

1)Tell all your friends to sign up

2) Post link in comment section (like im doing now :P)

3) Make a youtube video explaining how it works and including YOUR link

4)Post your link on social media sites

5) Anything else you can think of

I have heard of people getting scam emails if they sign up, but I use gmail and it's good for detecting spam so I haven't gotten any.

Also, you need to make $50 before they send you a check or put money in your paypal (min payout).

So automatically I thought I could just keep making new emails and inputting fake names but the site remembers you and your computer so you can't do that even if you logout.

SO overall I've had a good experience with this site and have made quite a bit of extra cash. Definitely not good for a full time job but to make an extra hundred bux a week for just posting things is pretty decent. I've tried all those survey sites but it takes so much work to get money, so I find this easier and more rewarding. I also signed up with their partner site and make the same amount of money.

Thanks and Hope This helped!

Katie
 
 


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avatar   by spatula7 on May 25, 2013 at 10:09 PM CST

 
 
 
I'm sorry but this is a scam

This was actually one of the first "programs" I saw that advertised how to make money online. And of course the main site/article tricks you in every single way. In my opinion this is false advertising. "Have nothing to lose, pay nothing extra, support is there for you" Well first of all you do have something to lose and that is your very precious and hard earned money. And second of all there are so many hidden costs behind this system, like buying a domain name and more. This was not advertised. Also when I tried to contact him, it was always saying Error- Web Page not found. I tried it for about 3 days and every time this came up. I regret purchasing this. It is a scam. This deserves an F. Sorry
 
 


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avatar   by maxallan on May 17, 2012 at 8:03 AM CST

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Partners with Paul

I would not recommend this to anyone, they say they are there to help you and don't. Every time they send you a link or stuff you need to get help with the site it never works, "says the page isn't working, refer back to sender". And when you do try and contact them when your having problems with anything, it takes forever for them to get with you if at ALL! Don't Waste Your Time On This.
 
 


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avatar   by Stuffie68 on November 12, 2011 at 7:15 AM CST

 
 
 
Sounds Enticing, but it's definitely a SCAM

Paul begins by telling you this is a no pyramid scheme, and it actually is. The company he is really pushing you to sell products from is Herbalife, a company which mainly pushed weight loss pills in the 1990s. Paul states over and over it's a free / no-risk opportunity, then he mentions the $9.95 that you have to pay the company for shipping the package, which doesn't have anything helpful in it, and probably didn't cost nearly that much to ship. Then, if you continue to his next page, I suppose when he thinks he has you, the page states that it actually costs $39.95, which you can return in 14 days or something. Also, the person that tries to chat with you, isn't actually a person at all, but a robot answering service. No one could make money with his setup.
 
 


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avatar   by mcurry on July 10, 2011 at 4:02 PM CST

 
 
 
Read Between The Lines

I am so sick of people screaming "SCAM" when a program has a price tag on it. Would a house painter be called a scam artist for requiring payment for his services? Would a plumber? No, and neither would a school for providing an "education" for you or your children.

The Herbalife days are long over and PWP does, in fact, provide an education to those who are new to the online marketing business. And yes, there is a fee, much like your new self help book from Amazon.

With that being said, there is real money to be made right from the instant that we sign up, which costs nothing at all.

Maybe you should look for it, make some money and quit bashing other people's hard work and business models just because you can't seem to read between the lines and pick out the golden nuggets that are all but spoon fed to you.

Angela

Making money with PWP for 2 1/2 years strong.
 
 


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avatar   by AngelaJennings on April 30, 2011 at 1:42 PM CST

 
 
 
Endless irresponsible spammer

I keep receiving spam emails from partnerwithpaul despite having unsubscribed numerous times and sending in emails to complain.

I am really sick of it and want to know how to stop the emails from coming. If that is anything to go by, I strongly recommend avoiding anything to do with him.
 
 


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avatar   by laurencewins on March 15, 2011 at 7:53 AM CST

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I'm So Sorry

I signed up for Partner with Paul maybe a year ago when I was just learning about the potential in Internet Marketing. I never ordered the actual package he offered only because I didn't have the money. In the end, I guess I got lucky because I never realized it was all for Herbalife.

I only comment because I did participate in their affiliate program and made about 8 dollars that I never cashed out( I forget what the minimum for payouts is). However, now that I know what it was really all about I feel horrible for ever promoting it.

And, I'm so sorry.
 
 


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avatar   by nitagurl on January 6, 2011 at 5:41 PM CST

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Another Disappointment Partnerwithpaul.com

Would not recommend this program. Yes for $1 they hook you in and then when I am an internet newbie, I asked about internet marketing training and was told I had to pay $200 for back office training to which I responded please cancel my subscription. I was also told you did not expect to get an internet business for $1. Well - no, but I did not expect to have to pay US$200 to learn how to do internet marketing to promote the website to make a few lousy dollars. Yes, I did get phone calls each day from pushy consultants encouraging me to promote the internet business. I live in New Zealand and do not recommend this program - what a big disappointment and another scam.
 
 


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avatar   by kay99 on July 12, 2010 at 10:17 PM CST

 
 
 
Tricked, Once again

When I came on to the website; Partner with paul, he insisted I wouldn't lose a penny. Continuing with the product, I entered my email address thinking this was it, the chance to earn money without having to open my wallet. Next thing I know and "actually you need to buy a from not paying a penny. I was asked to pay 10 dollars, I immediately exited the program thinking yet another scam. The next day I read my emails and I received over fifty spam messages advertising products. Partner With Paul behind it all. A truly terrible program.
 
 


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avatar   by stab388 on May 22, 2010 at 12:51 PM CST

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The whole truth about "Partner with Paul"

After reading the comments regarding "Partner with Paul" I had to comment. There are many incorrect statements made in the "Detailed Overview" that need to be corrected. I signed up for this program back in Dec. 2009. When you sign-up for the "Training Package" you are paying $9.95 for shipping & handling (only) for the DVD. When you receive the DVD, you are asked to review the information. Within a day or 2 after placing the order for the DVD, a business coach will call you and ask you a few questions. If this is something that interests you, there will be another appointment setup and more information will be given to you about the business. The reason for this step is to make sure the customer is interested in this type of business. If the customer is not interested, the DVD MUST be returned within 14 days from the date of order or the customer will be charged $39.95, a onetime charge, which is the cost of the information and the DVD. When the customer originally placed the order on the "Partner with Paul" website, before the order is sent to be processed, the customer "MUST AGREE" to the 14 day return policy. The order would not be processed unless the customer agrees to that return policy. (They have to check the box at the bottom of the order, agreeing to those terms and conditions).

I am not defending the "Partner with Paul" website, I just wanted to make sure the correct facts are being stated.

The info the DVD gives you is just that, Information. If it is something that you are interested in, then you can continue with the program. This program, in my opinion, is one of the best on the market.

There is not one program out there that can make you money unless you put your time and money into it. I have yet to find a business that you can start without those two things. If there is I would love to know about it! (Only if it is legal!)
 
 


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avatar   by luhoov on March 11, 2010 at 8:51 AM CST

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Partnering with Paul was a bad idea

This attracted me when I saw a friend of mine claim that he made $2,500 a month using Paul's program, easily by spending only an hour per day in front of the computer. That was really surprising to me, so I gave it a try.

I spent 30 dollars for the monthly membership fee and started taking his program. How disappointed I was. All the knowledge it gave me was about selling Herbalife products and nothing useful. I thought that it was going to teach me about internet marketing, but it just ordered me to sell Herbalife products. Next thing I knew, my email was filled with spam. 40 spam mails in one day. Yes, that's how severe it is. I was completely scammed by Partner with Paul; it really is an advertiser for Herbalife. Who saw that coming?
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by imreportcardftw on February 1, 2010 at 4:05 PM CST

 
 
 
Partner with Paul; What a Joke

While clicking on a PTC site (which I later found out was a scam) I found this site. I read through it and it sounded reputable; no millions in minutes claims and no buy now and get 10% off thing at the bottom. What I found most enticing was the fact that there was no claims for money; Paul said "I won't charge you a dime" so seeing this to be an actual good product I signed up. Immediately after I got to a page that was asking me to shell out 10 dollars for some kit that I apparently needed. This was not what I was told would happen. So I refused. The next day I checked my e-mail; 40 new messages. "Who could they be from??" I wonder, well of course it's my good friend Paul, now spamming me with sites just as illegitimate as his also trying to get their hands on my money. The spamming got so bad I had to switch e-mails just to get away.

My advice to to-be partners; don't, not unless you want to get both scammed and spammed.
 
 


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avatar   by sharkking on January 30, 2010 at 3:01 PM CST

 
 
 
Already an Herbalife member

I have been a member of Herbalife for years as I use the products to keep my energy levels high during the day. When I found Partner with Paul I was hoping to add to my income. Yes I was sucked in by the lack of claims to make me rich quick and that he was talking about having to put in effort to make money. As this is true of any business I bought in. Boy was I disappointed. Had I known in advance this was for a product I was already selling profitably in my area I would have saved my money. I found the lead in website to be highly misleading. When I complained and requested a refund because I was already a rep, I was informed that I could still use the system as long as I dropped my current profile and joined up again under their link. Well that would have meant changing all of my current customers over as well as being charged again for starting up. As you can imagine I said no way and sent back the package. So whether this is a test as some claim on here or just a general scam I rated it F. Too misleading and dishonest for my taste.
 
 


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avatar   by xandusk on January 4, 2010 at 8:35 PM CST

 
 
 
As an affiliate you can make some money

First I joined the newsletter as a member, and as I expected the mails I kept receiving were not helping me at all make 500 dollars per week, as he promises on his site.

I was trying to unsubscribe when I stumbled upon his affiliate program. He is paying for starter 2.5 bucks per lead and if you do quality work you could make around 5 bucks.

For an international member as myself, it was quite hard to get new leads because you receive money only for leads from US, UK, Canada and Australia.

At first I got only hits but no sign ups but after a while I did make money. I already received one check of 70 bucks and now I'm working on my second.

If you're new to this whole affiliate business then this is a good way to start.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by Honiawa on January 2, 2010 at 7:50 PM CST

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Where is my money

I was spammed by this site on a daily basis, everywhere I looked I was transferred to this site. This site is all over Adwords. I must say the part that really got me intrigued about this was the fact that they didn't state they would make your rich overnight, they didn't make crazy claims, they seemed down to earth and they seemed legit.

I keep receiving all these hidden costs and bills, they are charging me for stuff I am not even aware of.

On top of all this, they never even sent me my so called kit. I emailed customer service for my discount that they said they would pay once I joined the other site. They said I was not a member, unbelievable. I am still spammed by them to this day with offers. This is a scam, stay away.
 
 


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avatar   by review9 on January 2, 2010 at 5:50 PM CST

 
 
 
No Great Shacks

I signed up for Partners with Paul emails last year. The only thing I got is a bunch of useless emails which send me to websites that want money for their products. There is no mentoring or help with affiliate links for me. Just emails to try and get me to sign-up for business opportunities that look like black holes of financial need disguised to look like work-at-home business opportunities. Pure scams.

No matter how many opt-outs I click on his emails, I can’t get rid of him. He just keeps sending them to me.

I am glad I did the email thing though. I got a chance to see what Partners with Paul was like. Since I had no great hopes of really making any money with this guy, I have found Partners with Paul to be nothing more than just a nuisance.
 
 


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avatar   by KiraGirl on December 31, 2009 at 10:52 AM CST

 
 
 
Partner With Paul - Very Misleading

I bought into this. I first went to the site and the first thing I liked when I went over to this site was, I started reading further and I saw this quote: "I'm not going to ask you for a dime".

Well low and behold, when I gave up my name and my email address, I was sent over to the next page and that "I am not going to ask you for a dime" was a big fat lie". I was asked for money and if I wanted to try this business out, I would have to pay a shipping and handling fee which turned out to be $9.95.

So curious I was, I went ahead and paid it because I wanted to know what this Online Business Systems (this is what it's called) was all about. When I got the package, it was all about joining a pyramid organization call Herbal Life. I would have to sell products and recruit people. Nothing against Herbal Life because I do use herbs myself and I do believe in this way of living, but the part I don't like is, you would have to recruit people, and all that jazz, and this is the kind of business I am just not into. Another, if I decide to not join this organization, I had to send the package back and if I did not send it back, I would be charged an additional $39.95.

I don't like Partner with Paul because the whole concept is just very misleading. He shows you a video on his site and you can see all the money he has made, but the reality is all that money he makes has a lot to do with myself and many others buying this product. This is how he makes his money... I should have known better.

I decided to send the package back so I would not have to pay that extra $39.95 fee and I did let them know that I wanted no part of this business. So for anyone who sees this first before buying, BEWARE! You will be sent on a wild goose chase here.
 
 


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avatar   by uni350 on December 27, 2009 at 12:10 PM CST

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Free and Easy Program, but gaining signups can be very difficult

I joined this affiliate program and I have been having such a hard time getting signups. I truly believe that Partner with Paul is very legitimate. His information is well gathered and he explains every aspect of his program so that a person can understand the features. I like the fact that he pays between $2 to $5 per sign up and it is more when an affiliate brings more people to his website to sign up for more information about his product. Joining this affiliate program is free and very easy. I have tried the text ads and advertised my ads on classified sites. These ads were already pre-written by Paul himself. I just did not get any sign ups from the ad that I placed. This is a great opportunity to take advantage of, but one must know how to gain sign ups effectively.
 
 


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avatar   by visira779 on December 26, 2009 at 12:13 PM CST

 
 
 
Ssccaamm! If you hear me you'll stay far away!

I signed up for Ppartner with Paul and was mislead to believe that the program was an affiliate program. There is supposed to be a business coach that contacts you within 48 hours to help and they didn't. I feel for all the scammed out there in the world. One thing I wanna know is how can these things exist and are still being created everyday? I went on to Partner with Paul in hopes that I could make money like he said I would in his video. I was told the DVD was free, all I had to do was pay the shipping. I was also contacted by a Herbal Life Rep in Calif which to made no sense because not once in his video did he say anything about selling Herbal Life. Told them I wasn't interested and wanted a refund for my money since obviously they were advertising false information. I was already charged and I called the rep and he said it'd be refunded after a few days. Never got it back and had to cancel my debit card and be reissued a new one. I want everyone out there to know this company is very misleading and deceptive.
 
 


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avatar   by mhardy on December 24, 2009 at 11:11 PM CST

 
 
 
Absolute Scam, don't give your email!

The first time I saw the "Partner with Paul" advertisement was on a ptc site. I clicked the link and read what he had to say. I have to admit all the statements he made and videos he provided seemed pretty believable. He kept on stressing the purpose of his offer was so he could make more money by helping us make money. He claimed if we took his "course" we would be making money in no time, which would in turn make him more money. I took him up on his offer, and it was a big mistake. At first he says just enter your email and everything is "free. " But once he gets your email you will be spammed like crazy with new offers! And what's more, after a few steps into his course you will be notified you must purchase some of his "exclusive" guides to continue further.

Please don't be sucked in by his "attractive words". It is all a bunch of spam asking for money.
 
 


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avatar   by ArcticBux on December 23, 2009 at 10:56 AM CST

 
 
 
Second Time Around

I'm actually an affiliate of Partner with Paul and I basically get people to signup for the PPL program. In essence, this site requires that you have people input their information on your page and then when they submit it you'll earn anywhere from $2.50 to $5, depending on the volume of the traffic coming through and the quality. The first time I tried it my account was suspended, but I signed up again and am trying to do a little better as far as how I obtain my leads. They're very strict on how you go about getting people to register. I guess I'll know this time not to have the individuals I live with to use the same computer, assuming that's why I was blocked. Overall, I suppose it's okay.
 
 


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avatar   by msmichele413 on December 23, 2009 at 10:55 AM CST

 
 
 
IT's Not Worth The TIme

I did sign up with this program and right now I am thinking why did I ever do that, it is simply not worth my time. I posted ads in a lot of places, for free of course, and only got one sign up. Then after that nothing, no more sign ups. I tried again with the ad posting and still not even one sign up, so I came my senses and just stopped posting, because it's not worth my time.
 
 


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avatar   by skkp on December 22, 2009 at 9:44 PM CST

 
 
 
Partnering with Paul isn't a good idea

Well to begin with the sales page looked very promising and genuine (the page where you have to opt in) saying stuff like I'm a person like you, I hit a bombshell etc and all looked genuine. But then to proceed I had to purchase something. I typed in Google, partner with paul, and it had completely bad reviews and something about selling Herbalife so I backed out straight away. Also it's affiliate program is just too good to be true $2.50 for every opt in. I signed up for it and got my 20 sign ups, I was eagerly awaiting my check on a Friday when I got an email saying my account was deleted due to fraudulent activity. I was like what the... This is site IS A SCAM. Stay away.
 
 


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avatar   by moneymaker11 on December 19, 2009 at 3:52 PM CST

 
 
 
Another Rubbish program that's making this scamist rich

I signed on to his affiliate program as I wasn't interested in all the other sales pitches he was going on about and I certainly was not going to pay any shipping fees that do not accept paypal. I was completely disappointed to find out that the "free" affiliate program was not actually free.

First he said I needed to sign up to other affiliate programs and then I needed to pay the $10 monthly hosting fees from GDI, in addition to paying $29.99 a month to participate in the affiliate program. Every page that I turned to just seemed to be a sales pitch and not very helpful at all. He is certainly a complete scam artist and I don't think Paul is even his real name. I won't be surprised if it's some scam artist based in Nigeria or India posing as an American.

Definitely run away from Paul. He's out to empty your wallet and leave you empty handed.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by jellymonty on December 8, 2009 at 10:23 PM CST

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A good concept but hard to do

I signed up for Partner with Paul. The best part about it was that it was free. All you had to do to earn money was to promote your affiliate link and you got paid per person that signed up. Sounds easy enough right? The problem with this website was that it was way too long and it looked like all the other sites that scam you. The other problem was that the owner of the website made a video and his face and voice. When he did that it looked like a horror movie and scared anyone from signing up with that website. If I could have changed that website to the way that I wanted to, I would have been a lot more successful.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by carola21 on December 7, 2009 at 11:34 PM CST

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Confusing and not worth the money

I signed up for Partner with Paul and I am still confused about what the actual money making is. He does not explain anything so I didn't buy the DVD since there are many offers out there that don't make you buy a DVD that only tells you about a program you can find out about for free on the internet. He does keep emailing me with other "cost" offers. I will not pay money to get information to make money, I will pay for advertising but not information and that is all he is doing.
 
 


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Better ones out there

While I have used this business opportunity and even tried to promote it. I could never actually make any money from it. I could be a retard, however when someone says they can teach you what you need to know to make money and then you do it, and it doesn't make you a dime. I start to question things.

There are better opportunities out there.
 
 


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avatar   by markwalt on November 29, 2009 at 7:43 PM CST

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RED FLAG-----won't accept payment by check, money order or Paypal

Upon reading the endless pages of redundant, nonspecific information revealed on the pages of PartnerwithPaul's website, the only charge I could find was the one time $9.95 shipping charge for a kit that was an affiliate of PartnerwithPaul. There was no mention of any other fees.

One of the FAQ questions read, "Can I pay the shipping with a check, money order or Paypal account?"

The answer was no. It can only be made with a Visa/Mastercard credit or debit card. I was disappointed because I wanted to make this payment with my PayPal account. I did purchase a prepaid Visa card and it was declined. They don't accept pre-paid cards.

In an effort to try to make additional money from home I succumbed and used my Credit card. My original fear was confirmed when other charges were made to my Credit Card. You know the fine print charges.

PartnerwithPaul indicates that he will reimburse you the $9.95 shipping charges in the form of a rebate that will be paid to your Paypal account within 24 hours of submission. I have not seen that rebate on my Paypal account as of yet.

Lastly after all this and mounds of relentless E-mails later, I discover that the product is HERBALIFE. Had I just known that to begin with I would not have spent my time, energy and money pursuig this opportunity. I know that the window for the greatest income potential for this product and MLM program was at least 20 years ago. I also know that the internet is saturated with both product and program income opportunities.

After discovering the true nature of program, I did what I am sure many other consumers have done and will do. Walked away. I sacrificed the fees that I was charged. Deciding this would be less painful than the hassle of trying to get my money back. I AM SURE THAT PARTNERWITHPAUL COUNTS ON CONSUMERS DOING THAT!

I don't mind spending money to make money. However, I don't like being deceived. I find that this Website is extremely deceptive. I have read other comments on how all this is Paul's way of weeding out the weaklings and finding the true warriors. You know the one's he feels are worth his information. Well if this is how he chooses his business partners, I would most definitely wonder about his business practices.
 
 


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avatar   by lmsbiz on November 7, 2009 at 9:18 AM CST

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Too many emails

I was told about this website through a friend. It sounded easy enough.

Sign up and he (Paul) will help you make money. I did sign up and when I got to the second page right away it tells me to join something other website. I was not happy with that but, I signed up anyway for this other website. And Partner with Paul and the other website I had signed up for just kept sending me a ton of emails. All in which I did not find helpful in my venture to make money. So, I canceled my account and never looked back!
 
 


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avatar   by sahm on November 5, 2009 at 12:41 PM CST

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A Promise Not Kept

I joined Partner With Paul, and so far, all I have gotten are emails inviting me to join other programs at a cost. You must work harder just to recover any expenses or cost than it take to join these programs, and most of the time, the same set of people are advertising the same sites to one another. Not as good as it advertise to be.
 
 


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avatar   by tsbenrite on November 3, 2009 at 3:35 PM CST

 
 
 
Have been an affiliate for awhile

I have to say that PWP's affiliate system is a great way to make money online! They pay every single time, they NEVER missed a payment, and my buddy even got banned but they stilled paid him all that was owed. All you have to do is get someone to sign up with your referral link and you make 2.50 per lead. I love this site!
 
 


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avatar   by miketh2005 on November 1, 2009 at 9:31 AM CST

 
 
 
Worthless Reccommendations

I had been sent a number of these emails from this company, so I went ahead signed up with them. In one of his pages he offers 3 companies to make money with. So I checked out all 3 of them with the BBB, and everyone of them were rated "F" ! You will find they are not worthy in signing up with your name & email address, along with giving out your mailing address. I guess this explains as to why he keeps a low profile of himself with the BBB...
 
 


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avatar   by racerstan on October 28, 2009 at 1:05 PM CST

 
 
 
Would Not Recommend

I signed up with Partner with Paul quite a while ago and was disappointed. When I first looked at the site I was taken in my the promises, given only to find the hidden agenda of having to pay to make money with this. Now, I am not against this, but I feel it should have been told upfront and not hidden. I decided not to pay into this program and tried the affiliate program for a while, but didn't get enough results out of that either to gain any ground. I have since stopped using this program, but still get slammed with emails that I cannot stop. I have marked them as spam and yet they keep on coming. One thing I noticed is that there are several domains that these emails come from so it is easy for them to keep showing up in my regular inbox. I cannot honestly recommend this program to anyone as there are so many "hidden" costs involved and you don't know that until you have been swept in by the overrated promises that this site claims.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by kyleskorner on October 5, 2009 at 10:02 AM CST

 
 
 
Partnered With Paul For About A Year

I have been a member of the Partner With Paul affiliate program for about a year. They are very timely with their payments. I reach payout almost every week. I ordered the product though about a year before I joined the affiliate program. Needless to say, the product that they offer is the same product offered by many business opportunities. The product is a DVD on how to get started with a health business. I was interested in the beginning, but after doing some research decided not to go with the business opportunity, but instead joined their affiliate program.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by briward on August 17, 2009 at 6:09 PM CST

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Not up front about cost

I tripped across the partner With Paul web site and was drawn into it's promise of "free" information. Well, there's nothing for "Free" in this world and this certainly was not free. The transition from Paul's site to Herbalife was almost transparent. I grade myself as fairly well informed about web site navigation and entrepreneurial business opportunities but this one sucked my in hook, line and sinker! Yes, I joined Herbalife as a distributor but only because I see a 25% discount on a couple of the products I would use as a benefit to me. I really am not sure if Herbalife makes all their billions by selling products or renting out web sites. If you want a full blown, e-commerce web site you have to pay another $59.95/MO to use it! That's on top of the $9.95/MO to use the online contact management program and not counting the approx. $50-$150/MO in personal products! Of course, if you want a bigger discount on products, you can "promote" yourself by buying into a 50% discount position for a mere $4000 up front purchase! Not exactly FREE!
 
 


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avatar   by MLB on August 11, 2009 at 10:40 PM CST

 
 
 
Paul is Not such a Great Partner

Upon first reviewing the Partner With Paul website, it looked like a winner. After signing up for the program and paying my fee, I found that in order to "Partner with Paul" I had to sell Herbal life products to make any money at all. Not only did I have to sell the products, I had to pay $500 just to start. Not my cup of tea.

I wish that the website was more honest about what really needed to be done to begin earning. Many of us who begin on-line ventures are doing so blindly and at first, we really want to believe that websites are honest. I ended up having to speak to a woman from Canada about the whole Herbal Life selling thing.

Once I found that it wasn't for me, I had to run through hoops to get refunded the money that I had initially invested. In the end, I was refunded my money and since then, I have left it up to others who may be interested to Partner with Paul.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by lynnemg on August 8, 2009 at 6:16 PM CST

 
 
 
Do your homework

I signed up for Partner With Paul and paid the $9.95 fee. While I was waiting for my intro kit to arrive I joined imreportcard.com. After reading the reviews I discovered it was merely an Herbalife selling venue. I emailed Partner With Paul and cancelled my membership and sent the package back, in fact, I refused delivery. I can't get them to stop emailing me, and I can't get my money back. Now this morning I see they have charged my account the additional $39 even though I returned the kit per their agreement. Impossible to get a refund.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by tcole7333 on August 1, 2009 at 10:23 PM CST

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Don't Bother

I signed up for Partner with Paul and quickly discovered it was more about him making money than helping me. I was constantly spammed with emails trying to convince me to go on to the next step in his program which meant shelling out money. And having bad experiences with other similar internet venues, I cancelled everything before it could get worse.
 
 


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avatar   by Vernee on July 25, 2009 at 6:26 AM CST

 
 
 
Have mixed feelings about this

I also signed up for this and I wish I had known it was MLM. If Paul really wants to weed out the people that wouldn't be good partners, he should try letting them know up front what it is their signing up for.

I have watched the video and I am now waiting for my mentor to call me. I have my own web site already and I am curious to see if I can sell their product there, or if I have to open a new web site through them. If I can use my site, then it might be something that could be good. If not, then I would have to say that Paul is getting paid from all of these sources. But look on the bright side, 10 bucks bought me the link to this site so I don't consider it a loss.
 
 


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avatar   by bytor26 on July 19, 2009 at 12:48 PM CST

 
 
 
Hidden Agenda

I ran across this 'opportunity' about a year ago and even though I couldn't find any product name or description, I was pretty sure it was one or the other of two companies that refuse to divulge their name until they suck you in. I decided to buy the kit anyway. My gut instinct was right on... Herbalife... again. I didn't go any farther and am thankful I only spent $10. I have made it a habit now to read the Terms and Conditions before I sign up for anything. I also bookmark the site and wait at least 24 hours before making the final decision... most of the time I do not sign up.

PAUL if you want customers... BE UPFRONT ABOUT YOUR COMPANY/PRODUCT!
 
 


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avatar   by Lorcalon on July 16, 2009 at 9:35 PM CST

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I would never Partner with Paul

I tried this site and my experience with them was horrible. I tried to make money off of this site for nearly 6 months and was never able to make a penny off of the site.

This may be because I was new at trying to figure out how to make money off of the internet and just was not sure how to do things.

I won't ever try to make money off of this site, although it may work for some.

If you do try this site, all I can say is I wish you luck.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by tosha33 on July 14, 2009 at 1:32 AM CST

 
 
 
Partner with Paul MLM

I joined Partner with Paul, because it was free, or so I thought. There were hidden fees, which I didn't bother with. I have tried to have my email address removed from this site, and have as of yet to be successful. I continue to get emails, asking me why I haven't joined all the way, and if they can knock the fee down a few cents to get me to join. Another false advertising site, so there will be no recommend from this hard working mom.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by happyness3 on July 14, 2009 at 1:04 AM CST

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Paul is bad

I signed up thinking that this was going to be a great way to make money. Boy was I wrong. I had to pay around $10 right away to get some weird program that I never used. And it almost seemed like it was impossible to make money off of. So basically Partner with Paul was a bad scam that I fell for. Don't make the same mistake yourselves.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by Frawlz on July 14, 2009 at 12:21 AM CST

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Herbal life

Hi Guys,

How strange to read all your comments, much appreciated though.

I was looking for a work at home opportunity after being made redundant.

I answered a local paper ad and it was for Herbalife. I duly joined and got the starter pack, and still use the diet products. I couldn't however see myself being an agent for them and dropped out of their marketing system, M. L. M sounded scammy, although many people seem to be making it work. My sponsor arranged for me to be able to supply myself and of course any one else I wished to sell to.

Later on I got the email/sales letter from Partner Paul and did as you all did, but I didn't join, because as you all point out it said free, but then asked for money.

I never got to the stage of putting the two together.

I have lost quite a few pounds and have to keep hitching up my loose trousers, my brother lost a stone and a half, while he was taking the products. So the Herbalife product can work for you. They are a bit expensive in my book, but hey if they do what they say they do.

I'd have to declare this debate a draw. Partner Paul is a rather underhand method, but Herbalife products work for me.
 
 


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avatar   by alswell on July 13, 2009 at 10:44 PM CST

 
 
 
A lot to say about this one

I don't know why he cannot be upfront about the costs of this program. After I got hit with all the hidden costs on the site I bailed out of this one.

I do not believe this site has any credibility whatsoever. And to top it off the Herbalife market is so saturated as it is it's hard for people like me who just got into this market to make a profit. And with what I've seen with "Partner with Paul" it didn't help me any at all with getting my foot into the door with this market.

Partner with Paul is bogus in my opinion. They give you a "free" membership with one hand then suddenly sucker punch you with a load of hidden fees with the other.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by jodavkel on July 9, 2009 at 9:14 PM CST

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Extra costs

I signed up, thinking that Partner with Paul was free. After a while I found that their were too many extra fees for my liking. So I immediately cancelled my account. I would never pay that much for something that is still mysterious to me. My words of advice, don't be fooled by the free sign up, it does cost money!
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by Frawley on July 9, 2009 at 9:12 PM CST

 
 
 
Partner w/ Paul

I went on to parterwithpaul.com In hopes that I could make money like he said I would in his video. He linked me to another website to begin my training. I paid $10 off my credit card for their so-called "kit!" A few weeks later, I received there "kit" in the mail. It was just a packet telling about other people who made money creating their own websites. Michelle called my house and told me it was Herbalife! I was upset! Herbalife scammed me to join their company! I told her I'd think about it for a few days. Two days later, I called back, and she wouldn't even pick up the phone, so I left a message telling her DO NOT CHARGE ANYMORE MONEY ON MY CREDIT CARD THE "KIT" IS IN THE MAIL!
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by janedoe on July 9, 2009 at 7:48 PM CST

 
 
 
No... it's not really about a weeding process...

I've been into network marketing for years. I've now realized what most of it is all about. So, this review is not coming from someone who is a skeptic or a total failure with the business. I can now give objective feedback on this... Partner with Paul.

Here's the problem... the pitch leads the viewer to believe that he will teach you affiliate marketing. He shows you his glorious account and if you print screen you can see that these are affiliate accounts.

Then... then, he has you sign up for a marketing kit for HERBALIFE?!

Come on! This is just rubbish.

You can't sell me on the fear of loss any more. If you show me accounts of affiliate accounts then that is what I expect to be learning.

Plain and simple.

Rubbish!
 
 


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avatar   by kevinb on July 8, 2009 at 9:54 PM CST

 
 
 
Herbal Life? I thought it was a DVD for Ad words

I was not offered the Herbal Life information but to pay the shipping and handling fee for "How to Make money with Google" or something of that nature. Basically, a paid to promote affiliate products type of program that is pretty old and run of the mill at best. I really did not see it as a good opportunity, basically because I felt I would be scamming people with something I myself am not even interested in.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by Hannah828 on July 6, 2009 at 11:25 AM CST

 
 
 
I Was Hoodwinked

Partner with Paul seemed so amazing at first sight... until I realized it's just simply impossible to make money. First, I purchased the expensive tools required to start up my program, but then no one came to me. MLM programs are not profitable, and Partner with Paul is one of the worst scams I have ever had the misfortune to meet.
 
 


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