FAQ

Isn’t what you are doing bad?

No. The reason is that drugs will always exist. As long as the Western influence hold the power and showcases drugs through the media, people will continue to use.

What are you trying to teach here?

We are trying to shift the drug dealers mentality to a more positive state. We want them to have a future outside of the game. We want them to have goals so that they know when to quit. We want to teach them the proper way of doing it and to know the difference between right from wrong.

Isn’t selling drugs dangerous?

It could be dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing. We are here to teach people so that it’s not dangerous. The learning curve is so steep in this industry and that is why people get killed or go to jail. The top people keep the information to themselves so the knowledge doesn’t get passed on to the other dealers. We believe that education is power and that it can empower individuals to do good.

Are there risks involved in selling drugs?

Yes. In order to get what you want, you will have to risk your life for it. With the amount of money that’s involved, the risk is justifiable.

What if you convince innocent youth to commit crime?

If they have an interest in it, they will commit crime regardless. That is the way of life. People learn through experience. If they can’t find a way, they will find it. By reading this book, they will have a much better chance of making it in this world. This book is a benefit to all of humanity.

Does your business system work anywhere in the world?

Yes. Our system is proven to work in any country and in any environment. This is a step by step proprietary system which we have refined throughout the years. Our primary operations are in the Americas but we also have business experience in Asia and Europe.

Have you ever gotten caught?

Yes. We all make mistakes but we learn from it. Getting caught has made us better because we have gotten much more sophisticated. We are here to tell you our stories so that you don’t make the same mistakes as us.