Archives for Scams To Avoid - Page 16
On May 15, 2014 the corporate team of The Total Takeover spent over two and a half hours sharing their grievances with The Total Takeover and Matthew McMills. There are some amazing claims that are made.
Hello internet friends and neighbors. My subscribers have requested I take a look into the Internet Lifestyle Network. My subscribers were concerned that ILN was just another marketing scam that would take their money. Here is what I found.
I want to give you the chance to hear from past Herbalife distributors the reality of the Herbalife scam. I hope this will keep a few of you from falling victim to this scam.
In my opinion, many ACN representatives use misleading statements to get you to join the opportunity. They do not disclose the income you can expect to make on average for this business opportunity in the USA. They use a 7+ level compensation plan that maximizes compensation of the down line at level 5 and above. This scams new IBOs out of the compensation they should receive for making the sales.
The Infinity Downline scam is a pure and simple pyramid scheme where you make direct payments to the person that recruited you with the intention of gaining the privilege to do the same. To remain legal they offer low value, out of date, and Master Resale Rights content to provide the cover for the cash gifting pyramid scheme.
Conquer Entertainment is not a revolution but a trap for you and your fans. They get you to signup with limited information and a no refund policy. They market to you and your fans a MLM scheme.
In my opinion DS Domination is using gray area retail arbitrage, standard drop shipping, and commission per action offers to fund a pyramid scheme.
After reviewing many companies that are clearly scams, I can say that the BBB is not a reliable place to find out if a company is a good company. The BBB has created a system that forces companies to pay because the system is designed to make every single company look bad.