Someone will make millions.
A long article on The Verge explains how Internet Marketers scam victims with their on-line pitches for work-from-home schemes, dodgy information products and other guaranteed paths to internet riches:
The term Internet Marketing… describes both a particular business model used to sell fraudulent products and services online, and the community or subculture that embraces it. It operates out in the open with poorly designed websites, tacky infomercials, and outrageous claims designed to scare off the wary and draw in the curious, desperate, and naive. The Internet Marketer positions himself as a marketing "guru" with a product or coaching services guaranteed to generate income.
The path to internet riches begins with an introductory product, such as a book or DVD. This is often a loss leader: the real value for the Internet Marketer is that it allows him to capture your contact information. Once you’re in the system, your inbox will be flooded with offers for software, DVD sets, and coaching programs costing several hundreds or thousands of dollars.
Read it all: Scamworld: ‘Get rich quick’ schemes mutate into an online monster. A network of pitchmen have used the internet and fear of a failing economy to play the ultimate long con. The Verge>>
‘Get rich quick’ mutates into an unstoppable monster