I’ve always wondered where the ideas for scams originate. I’m curious to know if it is out of a kind of greed for money plus a lack of empathy for fellow human beings, or if it is from a fear of failure combined with a feeling of having no other choice. I wonder if the […]
There’s a concerning trend that’s starting to emerge at high schools – a game that has all the hallmarks of a pyramid scam. Of course, it’s not really a game at all, but it just ends up being called either a game or The Game. It’s an awful situation because the game targets vulnerable kids. […]
Having cryptocurrency backed by real value sounds like a powerful approach and this is precisely what Diamond Temple Coin offers. Yet, there are still aspects of the company that just don’t seem all that good.
The Ultimate System uses the crowdfunding approach to make the system sound legitimate but in reality what is offered is little more than a pyramid scam. To earn money you donate to people higher up in the chain, while those you recruit and others lower in the chain pay you. It is an ineffective approach and as is always the case with this type of system, only those right at the top actually earn anything.
This is basically a pyramid scheme. You recruit other members into PaysForever and then they recruit and you make money from that lower tier in addition to your own recruits.
I recommend you do not get involved in this MLM pyramid scheme. Unfortunately, Chris Jones is misleads you to think that you make 100% commissions, which is definitely NOT true. Regardless of what type of training and support is offered in iPAS or the Prosperity Team, this is not something you want to purchase.
Just about every day I run into a scam or two online, and I really enjoy writing about them. It’s important that someone, somewhere identifies these scams so that real people trying to make real money are able to avoid them. The People’s Program is NOT for ‘the People’. It’s for a jackass sitting at the top of a pyramid scheme.
For anyone who has done a bit of research, and for current members, it’s no secret that Empower Network is expensive. On top of monthly payments of $25 for blogging and $20 for an ewallet payment system, there’s a series of upsells that grow exponentially the deeper you get in. Here are some ways to get your money back.
My review of Empower Network. Spoiler: It’s a pyramid scheme disguised as blogging!
Let’s take a look at what MLM is before I delve into my utter distaste for it, and why I try to steer as many readers away from it as possible.
In this post, I show you the many dangers of MLM, why it’s not a sustainable business model, and what MLM networks are not telling you.