Neucopia Scam Video

Neucopia Is Now Shutdown – One Less Scam In The World

When you head on out on the internet looking to make some income from home, please be careful.  There are so many scams and scam artists waiting to take your money.  The thing that makes it so hard is they can sound so sincere.

Neucopia Claims:

Success, Wealth, and Freedom.

From the most valuable income generating products available anywhere, to our top-notch coaching and training, to our corporate team that represents an unparalleled level of leadership, at NEUCOPIA our mission is to help people create a lifestyle of ABUNDANCE!

Neucopia’s line of products consist of some of the finest and most educational products on the market today internet marketing and marketing in general.

Basic Level Membership $49.95 month.

Premium Level Membership $169.95 monthly plus one-time website set-up and activation fee of $100.

Refund policy

Neucopia maintains a 3 day 100% refund policy. You must cancel your subscription within 3 days of activation to be eligible for a refund. After you have been a member for 3 days, no refunds are given.

Neucopia Founded: June 4 2012.

Neucopia Reality:

The speakers the content and everything about Neucopia is focused on making money off of other people by selling the scheme and not the training and not selling other products.  They are just a product-based pyramid scheme.

Examples of Neucopia products that can be found online for free:

Blogging Profits Unleashed

List Building Mojo

7 Habits of Highly Effective Networkers

In fact you can get almost all of Neucopia’s material for $29.99 to $49.95…A ONE TIME PAYMENT, and you can resell it as well. Neucopia does not even make the marketing materials they are giving you access to.  Neucopia has no actual product that they make.

If the money you make is based on the number of people you recruit and your sales to them, It’s a pyramid scheme.

A key characteristic of a recruitment pyramid scheme is over 5 levels of commissions on sales. Neucopia offers infinite levels. They use Low value or free products to provide a cover for the monthly pyramid scheme.

Rich Cook is the CEO of Neucopia.  “With a background of success after success, Rich Cook has proven himself as one of the most versatile work from home entrepreneurs of our time.” It is clear this is total BS written about this person.  You are a great success on the web, but can’t be found on the web?

Here is an additional review:

What is a product-based pyramid scheme?