Internet Briefcase

The radio ads are everywhere for Internet Briefcase--a work from home opportunity. What you need to know up front is that this is tied into Carbon Copy Pro (CCP) and Wealth Builders International (WBI).

Armed with that information you should be able to determine if this is right for you. It appears that this is a new way to inject new life into an MLM program that has been around a long, long time.

In my earlier review I mentioned I do not like the idea of buying a kit so you can learn what's in the program. That is nuts! It is strongly recommended that anyone looking into Internet Briefcase do some careful due diligence.

On the website it has alot of the same pitch from CCP...make 100 millionaires etc. This is one of the longest squeeze pages I have seen and when you finally get to the bottom you still do not know what is required of you or what you're getting in to. ON to page 2! (Oh boy I can hardly wait...what exciting news is next!) the sales pitch continues and now it more about if you have what it takes.

Here you are told that buying this starter kit is a key part of the opportunity and only if you have__ [fill in the blank with just about any admirable business, integrity etc]__are they interested in you. So once they have called you out, challenged you, one might say, to see if you think you can cut it, are you given the privilege of coughing up $49 (less if on sale) to get a kit that tells you a little more about the program. In my opinion this is always a walk a way signal. There is so much you don't know after reading these pages about the business, that spending money to see if you can be like one of the featured folks on the page makes no sense to me.

The website justifies asking for money to learn about the program, saying:

•We want to stop people from wasting their time and money by getting started in an opportunity that is not right for them. That would only create friction, and we’d rather you look forward to your home based business.

•The Test Drive Kit allows candidates to make an educated decision without risking hundreds or even thousands of dollars to find whether or not this is right for them.

In most other businesses when a seller wants a buyer to make an informed decision, they provide all the needed information up front. There is nothing in CCP or WBI that can't be explained on a web page or downloadable PDF. It could be explained in less copy than you find on the Internet Briefcase landing page. Would you go shopping at a store inwhich when you ask a store manager for help.... he tells you to buy the information first. Ridiculous.

Last note, as you research WBI and CCP you will learn that after spending $49 from that point on there are hooks to get more money from you...and if you can get others to come in behind you you might make money. I do not recommend Internet Briefcase or CCP.

Good luck and I hope this helps your research.


Anthony Morrison

While channel surfing for money making opportunities today. I came across an Anthony Morrison TV infomercial. After 30 minutes of listening to him talk about "techniques" and strategies" with absolutely no substance,I came away thinking its another internet marketer selling rehashed ideas under a new cover.

TIVO'g the program lets me pause the program so I can read the disclaimer that they have to put up...but most can't read because its small, white type that does not stay on the screen long enough. Anyway it says that the majority of the people buying the book don't make money. Hmmm? I will have to see what I can learn about that.

The book is $19.95 but they charge an inflated shipping charge. So I don't like that "strategy". Check and you'll see that shipping and handling should be a fraction of that amount. So I think I will pass on that book opportunity and look for it at a yard sale.

....This is an added comment after the original post above. You have to Google Anthony Morrison. There are several customers reporting that when they called to order Anthony Morrison's book that in addition to the $19.95 book price, their credit cards were hit for an additional charge of over $80. Here are some URLs on the subject: and

Here is an excerpt:
n my opinion, Anthony Morrison is scamming everyone. Don't go to his seminars or buy books. He isn't telling any secrets. You can learn so much free from people on the internet willing to share. He is giving bad advice to newbies by starting them in Pay Per Click adverting. His web site is just sitting there. The affiliate is paying the bill and taking the risk of pay per click advertising, banners and what ever else, plus paying $50
a month. Think about it, it only costs about $10 to host your own website. All the affiliate programs he offers you can sign up for free yourself. There are good products out there to teach people internet business. Don't listen to Anthony. He is scamming people big time in my opinion!

Any business that inflates shipping costs, uses high pressure phone sales tactics and, worst of all, adds charges to a customers credit card should be avoided. Now when you read about Anthony Morrison online you have to take it all in with a grain of salt-you may not get the full story in one place. I will call the number and see how they justify charging more than the price of the book. Bottom line: The fact that I can find several consumers complaining about the same overcharge is disturbing and a real red flag.