March 7th, 2011 | Published in Auction Listing Agent
The Digital Wave Profit Formula system, created by Peter Baldwin, is a new opportunity available to those out there looking for work at home businesses.
Baldwin says that the Digital Wave Profit Formula is the combination of two different business systems in one. The first is an easy, quick online system while the second is an old school, “unsophisticated” system. But he says the combination of these two systems will allow anyone to make money.
Baldwin also says that this business requires very little start up capital, claiming that he himself began with only a $10 investment, and that he can show his users how to begin with even less.
Finally, Baldwin assures his users that his business system has nothing to do with real estate, MLM, affiliate marketing, foreign currency, or Google ad placing. However, Baldwin does not say what his business is about. Instead, he says you must pay the one time fee of $97 to get access to the private web page that will explain the business opportunity in detail.
So What’s the Deal with DigitalWaveProfitFormula.com?
Well, the first issue I would like to point out is that it never seems like a good idea to give your money to someone who won’t tell you what their business is. In addition, the payment system is not PayPal or Clickbank, so if you pay your money and then determine you don’t like the business model, you have to directly appeal to Digital Wave Profit Formula for your refund, and then it’s at their discretion whether or not they return your money.
In addition, there is no refund policy in their Terms page, which generally means they don’t offer refunds. While it does say on the sales page that there is a 365 day money back policy, generally these extended policies say that you must have documented proof that you tried their system step-by-step and then failed to make a single dollar before the company will give you your money back.
However, that being said, let’s get down to details. Digital Wave Profit Formula is an auction listing business opportunity. The guide they will give you will train you how to purchase items for cheap and then resell them for profit using eBay. This business has been around as long as eBay has.
And even though Peter Baldwin says that you can start up this business with less than $10 in capital, there are customers who report receiving phone calls from the Digital Wave Profit Formula sales team asking them to be willing to invest between $500-$1000 in order to have a better chance of success. All-in-all, this program has the potential to be more hassle than beneficial in the long run.
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