Monday, June 18, 2012

2 Gobza, Gobza, Gobza

One of my parents' friends started this amazing company that I am so excited to tell you about! :-) It is called Gobza and is similar to Groupon or other companies in which you can buy dinners, workout classes, tickets to sporting events, etc for a discounted price.
Read below and sign up today! :-) 
(It literally takes 1 minute to sign up!) 

"Now it is in a phase of adding members by invite only but come August as coupons go live anyone will be able to sign up on their own so build your network now!

Here's how it works...
You sign and... join Gobza for free by being invited by somebody, in this case myself with this link:

After joining, you can buy offers as something comes up that interests you - be it a restaurant, spa, tickets to an event, etc. etc., but as you'll see below you ultimately don't even have to purchase anything to make money.
Second, after you join, invite your friends and others to join Gobza by email, Facebook, Twitter, etc.

Those you invite can both buy offers when they find something that saves them money and then they in turn can turn around and invite their friends.

So, for good part, the way you make this money - you get four levels of people from whom you will earn rewards.

Let’s say you invite 100 friends and 10 of those invited join Gobza, these 10 invite 100 each and they do the same and you now have 100 people joined under your name, then these 100 repeat and 1,000 join still under your name, finally these 1,000 do the same and 10,0000 join…you have now 11,110 names signed under you and all four levels reward you. The rewards coming back to you stop at 4 levels.

At the end of a given period, the entire amount spent by all is added up, and you make 2% of the amount they spent on offers and coupons (that saved them money) just for inviting them.

As an example, if the 11,110 spend an average of say $20 a year for coupons to restaurants, movies, cars, hotels, spas, sport events, etc. you will earn rewards of 2% of the total spent by all which translates to $4,444 per year, each year for as long as Gobza exists.

Easy to make up a ridiculous scenario with more names and more money spent on offers… but you can do the math!"
Here is a great testimonial and an article on Yahoo Finance! :-) 
"What Facebook was to Myspace, and Google to Yahoo, Gobza will be to Groupon. " -Mike Sherman, Chief of Staff, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu

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