Written by Miko

Saturday, 9 May 2009


I must apologiise for the rather unusual approach but I have an idea for what I feel would be a very viable business but I am short of funds and wondered if there was any astute entrepreneurs out there willing to risk an investment?

About Dial-A-Goat..

As the name suggests Dial-A-Goat is a service whereby one telephones a premium rate line and a goat is delivered direct to the door of your choosing. A simple idea I think you'll agree but the simple ones are always the most lucrative just look at the travel industry.

Great for birthday surprises, wedding anniversaries, or just to give the mother-in-law the shock of her life! Dial-A-Goat will be the icebreaker to end all icebreakers:-).

I'm sure that there's been a time in most people's lives when they wished that they had a goat to keep them company.
Only last thursday as I was waiting for the 4.46 from camden I thought to myself, my.. how I could do with a goat to befriend right now..


Please see below the break-down re the costings etc of this terrific looking business venture: (Please note, i've got people queuing up to wisely invest in Dial-A-Goat so you must act swiftly ~ I don't want to sound pushy, but by not acting swiftly you might well be doing yourself and your family out of a life changing amount of money).

Cost of Coat: £85 (or do you know of an un-overlooked field where there's one)?

Feed: 65 pence per day

Well, as you can see, £85.65 is'nt exactly a king's ransom
and you have my 100% rock-solid guarantee that you will definitely see a 25% return on your investment within a few days or decades or even less.

My goal is to follow up with Dial-A-Haddock; Dial-A-Bogus-Meter-Reader and Dial-A-Hoodie.

Thank you in advance for your kind consideration and I look forward to your earliest response.

Thanks again.

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