By definition, Cash Gifting (also referred to as "Cash Leveraging") is the act of privately or publicly giving another person or entity a declared sum of cash (strictly as a gift) and giving it freely without coercion or consideration. It doesn't involve network marketing, multi-level marketing, or a business or commercial activity. There are no business transactions, investments and/or securities involved in this activity. There's no business or company name or location and there are no directors, officers, shareholders or principals. Individuals simply offer financial support to another. It’s called a cash gift because that’s exactly what it is a gift of cash.
1Consider that a legitimate gift has no strings attached and is not an "investment."
2Avoid being misled into thinking a certain gifting club is legitimate because the ads say that members earn $5000 Daily. Be sure that you can at least reach the Mentor and not a robot or answering machine.
3Be wary of success stories or testimonials of tremendous payoffs. Very few members of illegal gifting clubs or pyramid schemes ever receive any money. So therefore be sure to join a legal and legitimate gifting club.
4Take your time. Don’t buckle under to a high-pressure sales pitch that requires you to join immediately or risk losing out on the opportunity. Remember, solid opportunities – and solid friendships – aren’t formed through nerve-wracking tactics. Gifting Cycle www.giftingcycle.com 508-257-1671