By Taazakhabar News Bureau
It is also proof why they say failures are dangerous people, not because they create hurdles in other people’s path. They simply know the hurt and pain every time they failed – so they put in the extra effort and energy into anything and everything they do– to move ahead on the road to success.
23 years old, Deonte Toli had lived his life in poverty and deprivation. Poverty hurt but couldn’t break him physically or mentally. Instead, poverty played the role of a motivator and pushed him to go beyond the comfort zone and perform extraordinary feats.
Soon Toli, 23 who started working as a petty cashier was minting millions. Not in Rupees but in dollars. Literally so and over time also managed to buy a Porsche Panamera! “I’m earning $50,000 per month, working on my PC at home; do you want to do the same? Some time ago I haden’t even thought that anyone here can earn more than $10,000 a month. I still can’t believe that I’ve managed to achieve this level and that’s really awesome, he quoted as saying.
This is the first part of the story, now let’s analyze point two and three – if any?
It remains to be seen whether Tax officials got alerted by his claims and did preliminary enquiries to ensure that he was paying adequate Income Tax.
Meanwhile, Toli’s well-wishers reportedly posted a picture of him with the Porsche in the background and income record from Jan 1, 2013 to June 30, 2017 in the social media. All these helped Toli claim to be the youngest multi-millionaire but for the moot question remained unanswered – where does Toli belong? Some say he belongs to Sikandrabad in Ghaziabad district, others are claiming that he belongs to Ludhiana (Punjab), Bhilwara in Rajasthan or Chennai down South.
Another pointer towards the story being fake or plant by some vested interests is the manner in which the money has been earned. Toli cleverly attributes his success not to any particular company which hired him to do a 9-5 job but to a concept called Binary Option. Binary Option happens to be a form of multi-level marketing or get-rich-quick schemes to rope in gullible investors and make money each time they lose.
Toli unlike Goel, Tyagi, Yadav, Gupta or Sharma – incidentally is not a popular surname in the Delhi NCR region.
Can someone help clear the doubts?