If you were a subscriber of “Entrepreneur Success” or “Business Opportunities” in the early 98, it's likely you have noticed Jeff Paul’s catchy ads, depicting him sitting at his kitchen as well as in his underwear talking on the telephone and counting money and ads like “How I earn $4000 each day sitting inside my dining room table inside my underwear?” Jeff himself declared he makes 1000’s of dollars a day before his lunch! Those catchy, interesting and funny ads were run continuously for approximately three years in early 98. But those ads were suddenly disappeared; Jeff Paul suddenly sunk somewhere in deep marketing competition.
It was a wonderful program that helped a lot of people get back on their feet and recover from the destructive grasp of addiction. Most of such individuals were insured by Medicaid, which is of course a State-funded health insurance plan. Since there are so many individuals on Long Island that needed these services, this software found itself around the radar of politicians responsible for maintaining State funds. Even though Crossings was providing the best and much needed service to the community, it cost the State money.
“None of the homeowners featured on the show know they’ve been chosen to receive a home makeover – it’s a surprise, so I can’t say any more about the episode we’re involved in at the moment. You’ll have to tune in and see it for yourself!”