Don’t Wait Till You Are Sacked – Learn How to Make Extra Income

The high rate of job insecurity in all parts of the world is seriously becoming very alarming on daily basis. The pain of loosing one’s job unexpectedly has rendered so many lives miserable, lots of family have been thrown apart. Thinking about it grips fear in the heart as one is not even sure of what may happen to oneself the next day at work.

The systems of this world is Failing and causing more harm than good. Financial losses to organizations has led so many companies to lay off thousands of staffs and even slash the token salary just for sustainability and continuity.

On daily basis, technology and innovations are evolving and rendering Man’s Labour ineffective and technology has proven to be more productive and effective in service delivery. This fact has thrown many out of Job and left them job hunting. Increasing unemployment rate has made COST OF LABOUR to become very cheap and everyone is just hanging on their current jobs just to be able to meet up with bills payment and be able to earn a living. This is living a life of struggle and stress which has led so many to untimely death and some have been paralysed by stroke.

The question now is “How Can I Make Extra Income and Gain Financial Freedom?

No financial system of this world or Government of any country want anyone to be financially free, all they want is for people to remain SLAVES so that they can keep cycling peoples money to enrich themselves. They give Token out as salary and get back the Tokens from the POOL OF FUNDS to executive their projects. This act has remain from time immemorial. But there’s a need for Liberation.

HELPGIVERS NIGERIA has been liberating many from financial slavery and has been putting smiles on peoples face for over a year now in Nigeria through her divine Help Ideology. Helpgivers is not a bank, Helpgivers does not collect your money, Helpgivers is not an online business, HYIP, investment or MLM program. Helpgaivers is a community where people help each other. Helpgivers gives you a technical platform which helps millions of participants worldwide to connect those who NEED help to those who are ready to PROVIDE help, for FREE. All transferred funds to another participant are your help given by your own good will to another one, absolutely gratis.

How To Become A Participant:

1. Register at the website: www.helpgiversnigeria.com/ng
(https://www.helpgiversnigeria.com/ng/public/member/register)

2. Sponsor/Upline : ( FAVOURED FOREVER)

3. Enter your Personal Office

4. There will be two big buttons. “Provide help” and “Get help”.

5. If you want to contribute money, click “Provide help” and specify the amount you want to put into the system. The minimum amount is N10000.00 and maximum is N500,000.00.

6. You immediately get Growth Profit in your Personal Office and they start to increase by 50% within 15 days. However, as soon as you get Growth Profit you won’t be able to sell them till they are unconfirmed as you still haven’t transferred money but only created the request.

7. Then you’ll get the order in your PO including all bank account details of the person you should transfer money to. The order also contains contact details of the person so you can get in touch with him or her to make sure that it’s a real person and participant as you. In HelpGivers COMMUNITY there is no central account where all participants’ money accumulates (and where it can be stolen). All transfers are carried out between the participants directly. It means that everything is quite clear and transparent. HelpGivers COMMUNITY plays the role of the operator that helps to establish the contact between the participants.

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