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Hi Joshua :-)

Thanks for your email. Regarding your question ...

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For a short time, we are running a QuickStart special for
new members who show they're serious about building
their business. We've made qualification very simple; just
take the positive action necessary to build your business.
In order to qualify, personally sponsored members must
show they're serious and committed by completing the
following steps:

1) Get your Internet Flash Movie by becoming an active,
paid member with WTPowers. Login to your members area
with your username (02byprana) and password at Click on your getting Started page and
complete the first step.

2) Attend a 24/7 FastTrack Training Call.

=> Tuesday at 9:00 PM EST
=> Thursday at 9:00 PM EST
=> Saturday at 12:00 Noon EST

=> (712) 432-1620 ... pin 515838#

Note: All times listed are Eastern Standard Time. You will
need to convert the call times to your local time zone!

3) Attend a personal training session with us (your
sponsor), completing the 48 FastStart training worksheet.

After completing these 3 steps, you will be qualified for
1,000 Leads, complete with instructions and scripts!
This is a $129 value.

The key to success with 24/7 FastTrack is putting a
whole bunch of people in front of your website. In
order to see results, you will probably need to advertise
to 100s or even 1,000s of prospects.

Our team members who use leads and our 24/7 FastTrack
system have experienced over 67,000 enrollments in
the last 7 years.

Please get back to me if you have an interest in the FREE
Leads QuickStart Package.

We look forward to working with you!

See you @ the top,
Cindy Weinkauf
24/7 MultiMedia Marketing
(715) 675-1727

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