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Russ Dalbey Exposed!

So you’re sitting up late night watching TV because you’re bored and depressed. The economy is in the toilet along with your job hopes. So you see Russ Dalbey pitching his late night infomercial promising you riches. The infomercial is well produced, and showing various people claiming they made bucket loads of money from Russ Dalbey and his Cash Flow business. They sit around the backyard of a fancy mansion and trade stories of wealth and riches. Read more...

Joy Mangano: Inventing For Millions

For those of you who think that inventing is not a way to make some SERIOUS F-YOU MONEY, Joy Mangano would disagree with you. Joy came up with the idea for the Miracle Mop back in the early 1990’s after wishing she had a self-wringing mop. Joy made a few designs of her own and the Miracle Mop was born. Read more...

Billy Mays: Infomercial King

Anyone who’s ever watched any amount of TV in the U.S. has seen the man. His name is Billy Mays, and he’s the hottest pitchman on TV right now. Billy got his big break back in 1993 when he met the owner and rival pitchman Max Appel. The two struck up a friendship and Appel eventually hired Billy Mays to pitch his product, Orange Glo. Billy Mays has since sold over $50,000,000 worth of Orange Glo, and Orange Glo International products. Max Appel has credited Billy Mays with those huge sales numbers. Read more...

How To Get Rich With An Infomercial

Everyone who has stayed up late has seen them on TV. It’s the infamous infomercial. There’s thousands of them out there. They sell everything from erectile dysfunction pills, to kitchenware, to get rich real estate packages. Read more...

Make Fortunes Selling Instructional DVDs

Fortunes can be made selling instructional DVD videos. Read more...

William McCorckle: The Fall Of An Infomercial Empire

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Ray Reynolds. Idiot TV Entrepreneur

I see this guy on late night TV selling a kit on how to “play the corporate game without bringing the pain home”. His kit is called “A Blueprint for Success”. This guy is setting you up to get in deep trouble. I read between the lines of his pitch. What he’s claiming is that you can set up a corporation and start a business. If the business fails, you just file bankruptcy for your corporation then you persoanlly walk away free and clear. This is what he means by “not bringing the pain home”. He claiming in not so many words that your personal assets are not at risk. This is totally not true. The creditors can just as easy come after you as a shareholder of the Corp. There’s nothing that prevents people from suing you if your company goes toes up. The best thing about having a Corp is the tax benefit, not the protection. Read more...