Since the release of the 2010 Lakewood List, hundreds have been complaining about the release and many wanted to roll back to the previous verison as a result. The complaint? The company deleted hundreds of businesses which did not pay for the business listing. However, it seems the company realized their mistake and now wishes to correct the issue. The following is the email from the makers of the E-list: “When a business is not listed in the electronic LakewoodList, it hurts the Business and the Consumer. We are therefore offering you a 40% commission for getting an unlisted business to enlist in our upcoming April 15 update. Just have the business put your email address in the “recommend by” box, and when they pay their fee, you will get your 40% commission. You can also put in the order for them. It’s simple. Businesses that were already listed in the January release, should not register again. The cost of a listing starts at $17 and goes to $50, so you can earn up to $20 per listing. For more pricing details, please see our website at http://listpda.com. There is no limit on the number of commissions you can receive!
The 40% commission is only valid if the order is done online at http://listpda.com. If they order by email, phone or fax, there will be no commission. In addition, if they don’t pay right away, and we have to bill them, then the commission will only be 20%. We therefore suggest, that you offer to put in the registration yourself, so that you can be sure to earn the full commission. If they are paying by check, mail us the check as soon as possible. All commissions will be emailed within 30 days of payment.
Registration is scheduled to close by April 9th, so there is no time to lose. You can earn a nice bundle!”