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www.MORVacationsAmerica**** Those considering a business with {Global Resorts Network} must read the fine print to determine what they can and can't do. Is {GRN} Global Resorts Network competitive in the U S market? Can you sell Global Resorts Network outside the U S? Global Resorts Network GRN sells a vacation club membership through network marketing. The {GRN} membership provides members with access to over 5000 timeshare resorts around the world. The {Global Resorts Network} offices are located in Phoenix Arizona. The company {GRN} has secured the exclusive rights to market a vacation club membership in the United States and sell it on the internet. Global Resorts Network affiliates sell a vacation club membership provided by a membership company that is based in the United Kingdom. The membership provides Global Resorts Network members with access to timeshare resorts without the requirement of a timeshare purchase or the payment of annual maintenance fees. The United Kingdom based membership sold by GRN provides access to resorts throughout Europe and around the world. Travel experts say the membership company providing the Global Resorts Network product is not a big player in the United States. Thats why the membership company was willing to give Global Resorts Network GRN the rights to the U S market. Network marketers living outside the United States may join GRN. They can book travel and enjoy all the benefits just as any other member. However, Global Resorts Network members trying to earn money through network marketing by selling the membership are severely restricted by GRN as to how they can market the vacation club memberships. 4.18 - International Marketing Because of critical legal and tax considerations, GRN must restrict the public advertising and public presentation of the GRN Travel Memberships and income opportunity to prospective Customers and Affiliates in countries that the Company has not announced are officially open for business. Accordingly, Affiliates are authorized to advertise the sale of GRN Travel Memberships, and enroll Customers or Affiliates in the countries in which GRN is authorized to conduct business, as announced in official Company literature. GRN sales aids cannot be shipped into or sold in any foreign country. Affiliates may sell, give or distribute sales aids only in their home country. In addition, no Affiliate may, in any unauthorized country: (a) conduct or advertise public sales, enrollment or training meetings; (b) conduct publicly any other activity for the purpose of selling GRN products, establishing a marketing organization, or promoting the GRN opportunity. Residents of foreign countries considering Global Resorts Network may want to compare the GRN program to MOR Vacations, a program without international marketing restrictions. MOR offers access to over 5400 resorts around the world and much more. Unlike Global Resorts Network, the M.O.R. program is backed by a U S based vacation club company that has sold travel memberships similar to those with GRN since 1985.
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Credit Card Rates - Reading the Fine Print *******911credit.blogspot**** Free Credit Card and Loan tips..What To look for on your statement *******911credit.blogspot****
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Car Pro Jerry Reynolds from Car Pro USA *******www.carprousa**** gives you his tips on what the fine print really means when choosing your next vehicle at the dealerships. For more straight talk & honest answers about everything automotive, visit *******www.carprousa****
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On the eve of shooting, a few last minute details
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*******www.parkavenuelaser**** LASEK and epi-LASIK are Safer Than Contacts! Dr. Chynn has performed an analysis that shows the risk of losing vision is actually less with the newer, safer, non-cutting, all-laser, no-flap procedures LASEK and epi-LASIK, than wearing contact lenses for 20 years!
30 Mar 2009
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travelwishtv**** So you've got the pen hovering above the dotted line for that Timeshare contract. Wait! Before you sign, ask yourselves these questions. Do you understand the timeshare you are about to purchase and all it entails? Do you like the area and accomidation or resort you are purchasing in? If you purchase it, will you really use it? And do you plan on spending the amount of vacation time you are purchasing for the year anyway? Carefully and honestly answer these questions. If you can confidently say yes to all these questions, then you should go ahead and sign on that line and make your purchase. Congratulations, you are now the proud owner of a timeshare, and you'll be able to plan your future vacations with confidence and anticipation.
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*******www.MORVacationsAmerica**** //==// The {GRN} membership provides members with access to over 5000 timeshare resorts around the world. The {Global Resorts Network} offices are located in Phoenix Arizona. The company {GRN} has secured the exclusive rights to market a vacation club membership in the United States and sell it on the internet. Global Resorts Network founders looked to develop an opportunity in the home based travel industry a few years ago. They saw several programs selling travel agent programs and only one company offering a travel club membership program. Global Resorts Network (GRN) saw that the travel club membership offered by that organization lacked internet access to resorts and customer service among other things. The founders of Global Resorts Network saw that organization experience tremendous Success with what they saw as a very limited product. At the time of the arrangement between Global Resorts Network and Gold Crown Resort it seemed like a partnership made in heaven. When Global Resorts Network hit the home based business MLM marketplace with the Gold Crown Resort product, business exploded. After all, while the Gold Crown Resort membership was not perfect for the American market, it was much better than the only competing travel club membership in the MLM marketplace. The only competitor for Global Resorts Network at that time provided certificates that members needed to mail in and a series of membership cards that were confusing and difficult to use. The internet booking engines of Gold Crown Resort were no match for the old way of doing things. For almost 2 years, Global Resorts Network, backed by the Gold Crown Resort membership were the top dog in the home based travel business arena. However, for Global Resorts Network, the huge advantage they enjoyed was short lived
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Far too many people who can least afford to lose are throwing their meager savings to Internet Marketing gurus. They are sold by the smooth-talking millionaires promising rainbows and the dubiously priced bonuses to sweeten the deal. To get a grip on reality, read the disclaimer first.
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Get advice on buying a car in this video by Car Pro USA! If you want more advice or want to see some vehicle reviews check out our website! *******www.carprousa****/
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When choosing a Colorado home warranty company it is a good idea to choose a local comapny and be familiar with all of the fine print.Colorado Home Warranty is all black and white. Distributed by Tubemogul.
18 Jul 2009
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What you see is NOT what you get unless you read the fine print
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Crimanimalgmail**** Crimanimal Mass wants you to know: If you rode a bicycle, you'd be home by now! The Freeway Traffic Jam Ride took place on a Friday at 5:30 p.m. when freeway traffic reaches a critical mass on two of Los Angeles' busiest freeways. The time and day were carefully chosen after considerable research and scouting was made over a two week period prior the ride taking place. Based on unverified data and rider speculation, it was assumed that vehicles moved at a speed between 10 and 15 mph, when moving. There was no plan/strategy on what to do when actually on the freeway, as no rider in the group had ever ridden their bicycle on a freeway in this fashion. Riders agreed to a "every rider for themselves " approach regarding police involvement and a "no rider left behind" mentality pertaining to injuries or mechanical failure. Starting in Santa Monica, 15 bicyclists boarded the Cloverfield on-ramp (Santa Monica Fwy/I-10) and rode 0.87 miles to the Centinela off-ramp. They re-entered the 1-10 Fwy at Bundy and rode 0.44 miles to the I-405 N on-ramp and rode another 1.56 miles to the Santa Monica Blvd. exit. The ramp to the I-405 N was a steep grade and 0.65 miles in length. Riders rode a total of 2.65 freeway miles. The ride's political stance and agenda(s) was neutral, yet many participants shared common views. When asked WHY, riders refer to the ride's tagline and collective motto: "If you rode a bicycle, you'd be home by now!" This statement encompasses views on oil dependency, sustainable living, and critique of the Los Angeles' transportation infrastructure. For more information about the pre and post ride dialog and controversy please see Midnight Ridazz thread. For a more concise history of the ride check the IBIKEU Wiki entry. The Fine Print: Crimanimal Mass was a ride series created out of rider reaction to the Santa Monica Police Department harassment toward Santa Monica Critical Mass participants. Crimanimal Mass rides were intended to create legal disruption that was more antagonistic toward anti-cycling tactics employed by local law enforcement. Along with protesting SMPD tactics the ride collective sought to raise awareness of Bicyclists' rights in general. MUSIC: FUNDERSTORM
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travelwishtv**** Bottled Water - When you get to your cabin you may find a liter of bottled water and a few cans of soft drinks. They appear to be complimentary but if you read the fine print you'll see that there's a charge if you open them. Don't touch these unless you want to ring up an expensive charge to pay at the end of your cruise! While on the port of calls it would be cheaper to purchase some water and soft drinks. You can even smuggle on some beer or liquor to cut down on costs if you would like. This has been Lisel Hlista for travelwishtv**** with yet another travel tip. Thanks for watching
22 May 2008
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travelwishtv**** One of the easiest ways to avoid making a timeshare purchase you will later regret seems too simple to list, but I'm going to give it to you anyway. My simple but very important advice? Do not assume ANYTHING when you are purchasing a timeshare. Do not think that because you understand how one type of timeshare works, you understand the system you are being pitched by a salesperson... different timeshares work in different ways, so make sure to ask questions and read the fine print. Is your timeshare deeded in perpetuity? Are you purchasing into a “points based” system? If so, are the points inflation proof? There are many specific questions you need answered before you can make a good decision. Just don't assume you know them and sign a deal you will regret later. You want to enjoy your timeshare for many years in the future, not kick yourself down the road for missing out on that one piece of information that has made you miserable since you signed on the dotted line.
24 Jun 2008
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GIMMICK ,NO FINE PRINT PUT $1000 to your pocket over and over again !
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GIMMICK ,NO FINE PRINT PUT $1000 to your pocket over and over again !
10 Jun 2009
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