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Wednesday, 8 December 2010

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Gunther Gutenschlager, Professor and Head of International Money Maker Studies at Swiss Polyteknikosch says that the reported failures of Internet Businesses and Internet marketers is "all a hoax".

While researching for the truth in whether "making money online" failures is an actual 99%, Dr. Gutneschlager found that not to be true at all.

He found in his research hundreds of reports off "newbies making hundred of thousands in their first month online".

He also reports that " nearly every person who joined a MLM in 2010 made money in the programs. The facts are evident, and these facts are found everywhere on the 'Net"

Can he substantiate those facts?

He surely can.

In the files of the Department at the University, our reporters were shown numerous file cabinets filled to overflowing with printed emails from hundred of thousands of people who were notifying their subscribers of the details of their money-making progress.

To back that up, many of the researched websites viewed by our reporters showed definite proof of income with certified screenshots of payment statements from such reputable sources as Paypal and Clickbank.

"Look at Twitter, for example", said Dr. Gutenschlager. " Out of the 5 million people on Twitter, the bio's of nearly 3 million of these Twitter users call themselves "Experts in Internet marketing. With that many experts, the publicized rate of failure just doesn't add up".

Iotta Busthugh, one of the Chief Auditors on the Internal Revenue Service responded to the new research in her statement on the FeauxNewsChannel:

" We'll get to the bottom of this, one way or another. They are making millions and come April, we just might put a big dent in this tax deficit thingy".

"It appears that nearly everyone involved in internet marketing is truly making millions online. This failure of online businesses is all a well-designed and elaborate hoax", reports Dr. Gutenschalger.

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