Issue 14 - Friday
6th October 2000
Direct @ Downline
You can now buy your office supplies online - and have them delivered to
your door. Have a good browse
round this new sub-site and see what great value Viking offers.
Telecom Goes Bust
Telecom, the telephone and internet company that runs the TotalServe ISP,
has gone into receivership. Paul Nicholson has the sorry
Tell Us Your News
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Hype Of "Millionairedom"
John T. Wilson advises us to offer a realistic picture to newcomers
- and play down the hype about untold riches.
Who Are You
And Why Should I Care?
Bob Leduc shows us how to think like a prospective customer.
Asked Questions - Part 2
Peter Clothier answers some more of those tricky questions that
prospective recruits often ask would-be sponsors.
Debate About Working From Home
Joy Healey reckons the recent petrol crisis has emphasised the
benefits of home working.
Share Your Experience
Write us an
article and get a free advert. See Authors
Jane Hancock announces her new website which is now online.
Us What You Think
Email your views to firstname.lastname@example.org.
seems to be a tremendous variation in the support provided by uplines.
Carol Nicholson has some examples of good (and bad) practice -
and she's looking for more.
Its A Boy!
Congratulations to Changes distributors Chris'n'Joy on the birth
of Gregory Dominic on 17th September. He weighed in at 3.42kg (or
7lb 3oz in real money). Mother and baby are doing fine but father
is said to be in a state of shock.
International Debit Card
Thanks to Alan Sampson for telling us about this one. It
appears to be an ATTM card with the badges changed. You may
remember we found several warning signs about these cards - see our previous
Tell Us Your Gossip
Have you heard any good rumours? Email the juicy bits to email@example.com.
Issue 15 will be published at 6pm on Friday
20th October 2000.
Contributions need to reach us by 6pm on Wednesday 18th October.