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Balut vendor offers investment to a network marketer.


Balut vendor offers investment to a network marketer.

Can a Balut vendor become a millionaire by just saving P2000 periodically? Can a regular employee who earns 10,000 to 15,000 a month become a millionaire in 10 years? Can you earn 5 million pesos in 5 years? The answer to each question is YES. Many people are allured by the idea of “million-income-potential,” which is why some of them tend to join networking businesses. As a matter of fact, there are a number of these kinds of organizations in the country looking to take advantage of people who want to make a quick money. This balut vendor, though, isn’t having any of that nonsense.

We’ve all heard the rumours that a number of networking schemes are actually scams that victimize unwitting clients. This is the reason why those who aspire to prosper must be vigilant when engaging networkers. Luckily for this balut vendor, he was able to turn the tables on a persistent networker.

Balut is a developing bird embryo that is boiled and eaten from the shell. It originated from and is commonly sold as street food in the Philippines. Balut is a common street food in the Philippines and other localities and is also sold in stores and malls. It is a relatively cheap source of protein and calcium. Balut was introduced to the Philippines by the Chinese around 1885 and since then, balut has been included as a traditional part of the culture. Wherever Filipinos migrated for work, a large market for balut would develop.

Screenshots of a Facebook Messenger conversation recently made rounds online. It shows a balut vendor questioning a networker who claimed that his organization was employing a surefire get rich quick scheme. The conversation began with an exchange of pleasantries until the networker asked the balut vendor to join their networking company.





“Sir, Sali na po kayo sa AIM Global. Ang PHP 6,980 pesos niyo po na iinvest sa akin marami mapupuntahan. Kikita pa kayo ng malaki.” - said the networker.





The vendor, however, declined as he had no money at the time. The networker was persistent and told him that he was throwing away a good opportunity to become rich. The vendor then asked him why he was still in Saudi after claiming that his life had changed after joining the networking company.





See their full conversation below:


“Oh? Anong nangyari? Sa 3 years mo ng nasa AIM Global eh bakit nasa Saudi ka pa rin hanggang ngayon? ‘Di ba, sabi mo, gaganda buhay ko or magkakaroon ako ng chance na maging milyonaryo? Eh bakit sa 3 taon mo sa AIM Global eh hindi mo nagawa yan sa sarili mo? ‘Di ba, dapat nakauwi ka na? - said the vendor.





The networker was at a loss for words. The balut vendor then followed up his thought-provoking question by stating that he may be earning little, but at least he has customers on a daily basis.




Then he encouraged the networker to invest in his balut business instead. “Nakailang post na ba kayo sa Facebook [pero] walang pumapansin? Ako sisigaw lang [ng] ‘Balut! Balut!’ may papansin sa akin… Ikaw ba, gusto mo rin magtinda ng balut? Nagpaparesell ako, ikaw na lang mag-invest sa balutan ko.” - said the vendor.


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