“You have the skills. You just need to know how to get there.”
Anyone who fails to meet the goal will be given a full refund, the online celebrity added.
A former reporter, Mi started blogging in 2015 and has since written stories that went viral and stirred controversy. She became very popular that advertisers on her social media pay as much as 680,000 yuan ($102,975) for a front page promotion.
However, some are skeptical about the course, arguing that a 50% increase in annual salary is normal for most employees — especially in three years’ time.
Moreover, the 2017 Chinese University Employment report found that university graduates who started working in 2013 saw their monthly salaries increase by 84% in the last three years.
A netizen commented on Zhihu, a question-and-answer website (via CGTN):
“This is a very well designed financial product. Mi Meng could have no interest deposit, even if everyone claims a refund in the next three years, and she could have 20 percent increase for inflation in the next three years.”
What do you think about Mi’s course?
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