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Published on Aug 20, 2010
PLEASE READ FIRST: Sandra Morton from Berkshire in the UK has set herself up as AmegaUK.net and is just one of many bright eyed Amega Global AMWand distributors currently posting videos to YouTube in the hopes of making big money.
As with other MLMs that look suspiciously like pyramid schemes, it's important to get in early and have a lot of distributors sign up through you.
Sandra started tentatively in February of 2010, even opening her FedEx box containing the AMWand during her first posted video.
She's very soft spoken and not the usual pitch person type you normally see on late night TV.
In the early videos, as with other posters, it's difficult to tell if Sandra has been scammed and is just expressing her opinion having been conned into believing the AMWand really is the miracle product Amega Global claims it is. Sandra quickly changed her settings to block skeptical comments about the wand.
Sandra has now progressed to a full fledged website with plenty of info inviting folks from all around the world to become part of her team.
Here, Sandra innocently invites people to contact her first!
"I would like to encourage you to contact me and introduce yourself before joining our team (Sky Group) as a Business Associate. I can advise you on how best to proceed, answer any questions you may have, and make sure you get access to all the information you need to succeed with Amega Global."