My Online Business Strategy (MOBS) Was Created by a True Internet Marketing Wizard – Gary Gregory

Because of the way Internet Marketing, and Online Businesses, work many people are confused as to what “MOBS” involves.

In addition because of the many claims that people have made $millions in a very short space of time, some of which are certainly true, some Internet Marketing schemes are seen as scams.

You might ask yourself – can I really make honest money using the Internet?

You might ask yourself how can I know that “My Online Business Strategy” is legitimate and not another scam like pyramid selling or Multi Level Marketing (MLM)?

I want to differentiate “My Online Business Strategy” from MLM and pyramid selling, get rich quick schemes and dishonest ways of making money.

So in that order:

* MLM and Pyramid

These schemes (Scams) often rely on you selling to your friends and family. “My Online Business Strategy” doesn’t rely on any sales to your friends and family. NOT one.

* Get Rich Quick

Let’s be super clear here – right up front “My Online Business Strategy” requires work.

Anything in life, worth having, takes work. You won’t be building a website from start to finish in 1 hour but when you have built your site you can expect income from it to continue for months and years!

What do you do in these years of residual income – make more sites of course – there is no limit on numbers. I know people who have lots and lots. Gary himself has well over 100 and I have almost 100 domains right now.

* Dishonest Ways of Making Money

All payments are processed through a high profile payment system (most likely Paypal). Paypal have very strict policies to protect the consumer. If “My Online Business Strategy” was anything other than 100% honest and straightforward the payment processing through these systems would stop.

So there you have it – “My Online Business Strategy” will NOT make you rich over night by taking money from friends and family. “My Online Business Strategy” will enable you to make an honest living from residual global income over time depending on your own personal time commitment and effort expended.

Everyone will want to know more about “My Online Business Strategy” so I have provided a focus for all expert information at . You should go to this site if you want to get started today with advanced preparation, insider information and training.

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What was the first bank

What was the first bank?

A grocer deals in food, a hardware store in household items, and a banker in money. The main business of banks is to lend money and to handle money which has been deposited with them. Of course, banks today provide many more services than just these, but it all has to do with the handling of money.

Ever since man had a kind of money, it has been necessary for someone to hold it for him safely, or to lend him some when he needed it. For example, in ancient Babylon, even before coins had been invented, there were men who made a business of borrowing, lending, and holding money for other people. They might be called bankers, though they were considered moneylenders. Some of that business was in the hands of the priests in the temples, and there were laws that regulated this business. In ancient Greece, there were moneylenders, too. In Roman times, there were already large banks in existence and they carried on business with firms in widely separated parts of the Roman Empire. There were Roman laws that regulated some of the banking methods. So we might say that the first bank came into existence with the first moneylender, and that banks as such go back at least to ancient Roman times.

In medieval times the business of lending money was no longer thought of as lawful. In many places, laws were passed forbidding it. Those who did continue to lend money often had their places of business on benches in the market place. The Italian word for bench is banco, and this is where we get the word “bank.”

In England, the business of holding and lending money was chiefly in the hands of goldsmiths. These trusted craftsmen received people’s money and valuables for safekeeping and in return gave goldsmiths’ receipts. These receipts passed from hand to hand, much as bank notes did later, for people were willing to take them in payment for goods and for debts.

In 1694 a group of businessmen agreed to lend a large sum of money to the English Government in return for permission to establish the Bank of England, which today is one of the greatest financial institutions in the world.