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Monday, March 26, 2018

The Empowr Success Coach

The Empowr Success Coach
From http://empowr-tests.blogspot.com/2016/09/coaching.html
What Is A Success Coach?
What is a Success Coach and what do they do?
Success Coaches help other citizens learn how to succeed on empowr. Through helping others earn, Success Coaches help empowr achieve its mission – improving lives around the world.
How do you become a Success Coach?
To become a Success Coach, you need to first achieve success yourself, as well as demonstrate that you have thorough knowledge of the empowr platform.
Once you have reached the Orange Star Power Level, you’ll become eligible to take the Success Coach exam. By successfully completing the exam, you will officially become a Success Coach and will begin receiving clients to teach.

What are the responsibilities of a Success Coach?
    Answer client questions: Answer all questions within 24 hours, with the goal of answering them in 9 hours or less.
    Assist clients with strategizing how they can maximize their earning potential: empowr gives its citizens a lot of choices; specifically when it comes to paying fees and reaching power levels. It’s important that your client fully understand their goals, and how to achieve them.
    Moderate and approve ads and marketplace listings: Marketplace listings and ads should be moderated within 24 hours
    Stay updated: Read the SC Blog and the Presidential Blog to stay informed of any site updates or new features. Use the Learning Center as a resource to find answers.
    Be available: Coaches commit to being online every day (unless they're on vacation) to help other citizens succeed
    Be positive: Coaches must lead by example, and remain positive community citizens, and adhere to the Terms and Services.

See also http://empowr-tests.blogspot.com/2016/09/understanding-empowr-mission.html

Note that there's no mention of any compensation and I'm pretty sure now they don't do it for nothing! I am guessing that the Success Coach gets paid depending on how much their "students" actually sell or pay into the various Empowr scams such as "Mission Role" and "Mission Wheel"! It has been noticable for me that my last 3 Success Coaches have constantly spammed me to try and persuade me to pay into the various scams. I do believe that the only way for anyone to be paid decently in Empowr is to become a Success Coach as I'm sure the majority of them are "owed" considerable amounts by Empowr and feel that this is he only way to be paid, but then the question is,
have they actually made a real profit adding everything up?

At the end of the day they are only minions to Empowr and of course just because they have been scammed does not give them any rights at all to scam others!

Please see also http://jageze.blogspot.com/2017/11/the-biggest-ponzi-scam-on-net.html and
http://jageze.blogspot.com/2018/01/a-breach-of-privacy-from-paypal-visa.html

Thursday, January 25, 2018

A Breach of Privacy from PayPal, Visa and MasterCard?

A Breach of Privacy from PayPal, Visa and MasterCard?

Apparently, unscrupulous "merchants" are able to view a client's credit worthiness without asking for permission to do so - this is not ensuring sufficient funds to carry out a succesful purchase!
I am a member of Empowr - see more here and under the guise of "account protection" they regularly request account validation - they used to do this by debiting $0.01 from the specified account and then crediting it directly and also saying what exactly would happen but since around June 2017 they just say a small amount will be debited and then credited but this amount is now $30 and not so small is it? Another user told me that it takes a few days for the $30 to be reimbursed too!

The only valid reason I can see for this is when a merchant offers a free trial period and asks for payment details in case the client is happy and wants to go further!
In the case of the Empowr "account protection", a blank cheque is in effect being signed allowing Empowr to plunder the account for any amount they see fit!
Notification of this was sent to PayPal, Visa and Mastercard  10th January 2018 and to date the correspondence has not been answered. Empowr have also been told a few times of this in the past with no satisfactory response!
All of this could possibly breach data protection laws in some countries too!
Surely this behaviour is breaching rules and or laws?
Also, as far as I am concerned, PayPal, Visa and MasterCard are seemingly supporting (by servicing payments) what is probably the biggest Ponzi type scam on the internet!
PayPal, Visa and Mastercard have been notified of this breach - some weeks ago but to-date none of them have come back with a response! Disgraceful!

Saturday, November 25, 2017

The Biggest Ponzi Scam on the Net!

The Biggest Ponzi Scam on the Net!

Firstly some definitions:-
http://www.investopedia.com/terms/p/ponzischeme.asp
What is a 'Ponzi Scheme'?
A Ponzi scheme is a fraudulent investing scam promising high rates of return with little risk to investors. The Ponzi scheme generates returns for older investors by acquiring new investors. This is similar to a pyramid scheme in that both are based on using new investors' funds to pay the earlier backers. For both Ponzi schemes and pyramid schemes, eventually there isn't enough money to go around, and the schemes unravel.
http://www.dictionary.com/browse/ponzi - a swindle in which a quick return, made up of money from new investors, on an initial investment lures the victim into much bigger risks.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ponzi_scheme - A Ponzi scheme (/'p?n.zi/; also a Ponzi game) is a fraudulent investment operation where the operator generates returns for older investors through revenue paid by new investors, rather than from legitimate business activities or profit of financial trading. Operators of Ponzi schemes can be either individuals or corporations, and grab the attention of new investors by offering short-term returns that are either abnormally high or unusually consistent.
Companies that engage in Ponzi schemes focus all of their energy into attracting new clients to make investments.
Ponzi schemes rely on a constant flow of new investments to continue to provide returns to older investors. When
this flow runs out, the scheme falls apart.
The scheme is named after Charles Ponzi, who became notorious for using the technique in the 1920s. The idea,present in novels (for example, Charles Dickens' 1844 novel Martin Chuzzlewit and 1857 novel Little Dorrit each described such a scheme), was performed in real life by Ponzi, and became well known throughout the United States because of the huge amount of money he took in. Ponzi's original scheme was based on the arbitrage of international reply coupons for postage stamps; however, he soon diverted investors' money to make payments to earlier investors and himself.

Empowr describe themselves at https://www.linkedin.com/company/empowr-start-up and are reistered at 501 West Broadway San Diego, CA 92101 United States. From here the owners are seemingly Michael Pousti and Brandie Williams!

See http://jageze.blogspot.com/2017/08/is-empowr-scam-or-ponzi-scheme.html for more info!
President - Martin Binnington - strange that no details on the net can be found so far!
Previous president - Brian Woosley https://www.linkedin.com/in/brianwoosley/
Empowr - https://www.linkedin.com/company/3011860/
Success Coaches
Danijela D
http://profile.empowr.com/profile/newcustomprofile.aspx?u=7a4ba26f27d44c01bd662be6b966cd2e
Gender: Female Lives in Radujevac, Serbia
Alexandr Klochev
http://profile.empowr.com/profile/newcustomprofile.aspx?u=8c255029e3634facbf41ff9ca5196bcc
Gender: Male Lives in Кинешма, Ивановская область, Россия
Lyudmila Bogomolova
http://profile.empowr.com/profile/newcustomprofile.aspx?u=0b2a73d68735453bbaeb953aa9717ecd Gender: Female Lives in Орёл, Орловская область, Россия 
Rajendra Shukla
http://profile.empowr.com/profile/newcustomprofile.aspx?u=4459cec7c7c841469d2ce149c27a6c91  Delhi, India
I have had other Success Coaches too but I'm only naming these two as they've attempted several times to get me to pay in (or "invest" in) Empowr which makes me very suspicious of their motives!
One of the owners appears to be http://profile.empowr.com/Profile/NewCustomProfile.aspx?u=JC&from=appsearch living in San Diego - obviously afraid to use his/her real name!

Is Empowr a scam or Ponzi scheme?
This is what Empowr says about itself:-
The world’s first democratic social platform, where the profits and control of the company belong to you.
Our mission: To empower people by enabling opportunity, hope and influence.
Say something. Every time someone reads it, you earn!
Post a photo. Each time it’s viewed, you earn!
Share a YouTube video. When it’s watched, you earn!
Empowr is working to achieve its long-term goal for 97% of receipts that come into the empowr economy, from any source, to go out to its citizens. The other 3% will be utilized towards the costs of running the company. To be clear, this is a long-term goal that the Empowr community has not yet achieved. Everyone is working diligently to grow the Empowr economy in order to accomplish it.

The following is what others say:-
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kxu0CAjSmlw
http://www.prosperitycampaign.org/empower-network/empower-network-scam/
https://barenakedscam.com/empowr
http://ethanvanderbuilt.com/2016/10/06/empowr-scam-yes-opinion/

Empowr used to be known as FanBox and some say that was a scam See https://barenakedscam.com/fanbox

See http://empowr.com.hypestat.com/ for stats!

FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/empowrofficial/

http://www.stealthsecrets.com/empower-network-review-from-a-former-member/

After receiving several invitations, I joined Empowr in June 2016 to see what it was all about. The video training is very good although once I knew more it is somewhat misleading in places. It looked like Empowr could provide a reasonable income if I persevered do I did. The training constantly refers to Listing - auctioning or fixed price selling though it does also stress that sponsoring is also acceptable! I went for sponsoring because from what I knew, EBay or Amazon would be better for selling, though Empowr allows you to sponsor items bought! As you progress you are awarded a colour then stripes and a star to indicate your level in the hierarchy, and at the same time your workload is increased!
I am not yet saying Empowr is a scam though it is looking more and more so, as of course do lots do lots of other Internet money making schemes. I must say however that the Empowr system whilst very complex is the worst system I have had the misfortune to have had to use with all its bugs and glitches. They do claim however that it is "experimental" - don't make me laugh! It is in fact a Wealth Transfer system - taking money where it can from the gullible and filling its own pockets and those of its minions such as Success Coaches!

Jobs: https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Empowr https://www.glassdoor.com/Jobs/empowr-Jobs-E769591.htm
Complaints: https://www.complaintsboard.com/empowr-b126972

For those interested, a few tips/pointers:-

1. Post daily as many photos, messages as you are able to
2. Bid on stuff too as the seller should join your circle of trust, increasing your earnings
3. Try also to reach your like/share goal, also note that a "Like" on a List item will generate income for you if sold from your page!
4. List stuff, or at least sponsor
5. Fan people and hopefully they'll reciprocate but try to pick people who are active

"Close the Loop" is what it's all about, or so it is claimed!
Make sure too that you watch the video training though some of it is very misleading!
Here are some more tips given to me by a more experienced "citizen":-
Don't count on just your swiping on the circle of trust, expand your search to make it more
productive. Here are my personal Circle of Trust tips. (They're not official)
The system automatically cycles up people that have recently been active but some of those are just
newly joined and many will ultimately never do anything but to go dormant. I feel like to share with a
basic orange that hasn't posted anything but the two automatic first ones is likely a waste of a
precious share. And just looking at them before moving on is a waste of time too. What I'm saying
here is that I personally don't use the arrow very often for cycling. Instead, I mostly use other
methods of finding people for my circle.

Tip # 1. I think if a person bids on an item then I want them in my circle so they can buy from me
too. So as I'm surfing, I look for sale articles that have quite a few bids. I open up the bids and share
with the bidders.
Tip # 2. Instead of using the arrow, I'll use my notifications instead. This shows me who has bid,
commented or become a fan. In other words, it shows me active Empowr citizens for me to interact
with.
Tip # 3. I use the people I trust page off of the left sidebar. The people I've shared with most often
there have a fairly hefty price tag of shares needed to close the loop so I'll look to see if I can bid on a
cheap item instead. But these trusted people are well worth spending the shares on because they will
be sharing back often and helping you earn.
Tip # 4. When I do use the arrow slider, I don't always spend shares on Basic Orange with no post (or
only one post) but I will become a fan before moving on. Then if they do become more active, they
might see that I'm a fan.
Tip # 5. Go to your news feed page and see what your circle-of-trust mates are sharing and liking. I
found this one only recently but I really like it.
Tip # 6. Whenever I can, try to get the higher power level people to share with me. A like or a
comment from a red, purple, teal or sky is worth more to earnings than an orange, green or blue is.
The higher, the better, but keep sharing with the lower too.
Tip # 7. - Find a blog post with many people commenting, like one of the President's or other posts in
'What's New”. Scroll down the comments and share with people that have open loops there.
Tip # 8 - The loop does NOT have to be open for the share to count. So even if loop is still closed, you can add a couple of likes or comments just to remind your circle of trust mate that you are visiting.
Tip # 9. This is my best tip. Put a star beside the name of people who want to help you earn. These
would include your friends, people closest to you, and maybe even me. See Screenshot
http://prnt.sc/cr76j5

A word of warning - Empowr regularly asks you to "protect your account" - this is a bit of a scam as
they just want access to your credit card or PayPal account so they can "steal" money! Apparently now for some things they can check whether you have at least $30 available - a breach of privacy surely?

As of 16/08/17 my balance is $288,709, revenue $503,683, last 3- day "earnings" $126,567 so
deductions are $204,974! Empowr claims to pay 97% so I have earned them more than $6000 with
the rest at almost $200,000 going elsewhere, probably to higher ranking "citizens"!

I have been on Empowr since June 2016 and have put well over 1,000 hours work.//effort in but up to now and haven't had so much as a brass farthing

From the bullshit spun in the training videos, whilst it does seem reasonable, just doesn't materialize! Being realistic I thought perhaps I would see a return on the time I had invested but oh no! They just move the goal posts as you move up the ladder!
Looks a bit like a Ponzi scheme does it not? In all fairness, I am unsure so far! I asked my "Success Coach" for proof of earnings but so far nothing!
To be fair though Empowr claims to be an economy thus money must be flowing. As regarding earnings they always point to "90 Day Maturity" though this isn't on a rolling 90 days and can be more like 120 days!
Empowr also provide a lot of video training plus they allocate the "citizen" a "Success Coach" who is supposedly there to help with any problems , but this "Success Coach" is paid based on the earnings of those looked after so the motivation may well be questionable!

It looks to me now that the only way to make a decent profit on Empowr is:-
    Reach the top - level Sky star
    Sell a hell of a lot and regularly achieve the Daily Goals
    Be a success coach or other Empowr official!
    Live in a Western country such as the US, UK, Australia etc - I am in Thailand and south Asian culture dictates avoid conflict, thus don't complain and I suspect Empowr take advantage of this by giving them less priority!

It may well be one from the above or all four!

If you are interested in trying it see www.empowr.com/JohnAGregory

Since early September Empowr have screwed my account up so that my "Daily Earnings" were reduced by 30-50$ - I first thought it was bugs but now realize it was a deliberate attempt to thwart my reaching "Balance Maturity" thus stopping me from actually receiving any cash!
For the last month or so the "Mission Role" has been active - Empowr clain that by paying up to $99.99 you can increase your workload and double your earnings - what a joke! I see this as extortion - they are holding my account hostage and will release it when I pay - thus the final proof for me that the whole thing is a rather elaborate Ponzi Scam!

These graphs illustrate why I think this:-



Excuses for the quality here! Point A indicates where my account was screwed and point B is where Empowr started demanding people pay for the "Mission Role" scam to basically get the account back to before it was screwed up!

If Empowr cannot prove to me that this is not some sort of Ponzi scam then I will be forced to further promote this blog to the world at large, contact law enforcement worldwide, contact MSM, contact tax authorities etc etc
It has gotten to the stage for me that the only proof I will accepts is hard cash! I don't believe it is unreasonable for me to receive an initial payment of 10% of my balance couple with monthly payments beginning in November 2018 of 1% of my account balance do you? As at writing my account balance is a tad over $600,000!
So Empowr, please act on this OR I will do what I say above! And by the way, it's not just about me either!

Is is such a pity that Empowr see no problem in trying to dupe money out of people who can probably ill afford it by dangling a carrot in front of the donkey so to speak - ie implying they will receive monies if they first put money in! It is becoming more apparent to me that the only people actually making a profit here are:-
  • people regularly selling high volumes - or maybe not?
  • Empowr employees such as Success Coaches etc - they seem to think that as they were duped then it is ok to dupe others?
  • The "owners"

Also, Empowr have what could be the basis of a global platform which would be very attractive to advertisers but up to now I see no steps in monetizing this! Perhaps it's because Empowr has such a bad name in certain quarters that no organization would wish to be tarnished?

It seems to me now that this scam is supported by PayPal, Visa, MasterCard and Amazon AWS (the platform the system runs on) knowingly or unwittingly!

If this blog ends up in my Empowr account being deleted then that would say it all would it not? TRUTH HURTS!

04-09/12/2017
Since I originally wrote this post I have been informed of something rather shocking. Not happy at taking their 10% of a sale it appears that Empowr pocket a lot and in some cases all of the remaining 90% of the revenue from a sale which should of course go directly to the seller. I should have smelled a rat here earlier because although never having sold anything of my own, I have sponsored a hell of a lot and had successful sales but yes, you've guessed it, I've never seen any money!
Thus not happy just sucking money in as a fee for providing absolutely nothing in return, Empowr also steals the sales revenue! Ebay seem perfectly happy with 10% commission on a sale!
I've heard of one "citizen" who should have received more than $2700 from sales but was paid absolutely nothing and was continuously advised by his Success Coach to become a Success Coach himself - thus the Success Coaches are also in on the scam! Being scammed oneself doesn't give one the right to scam others!
I would strongly suggest that anyone who feels they have been duped in this manner to report it to their local Police including the name of their Success Coach!

Another "citizen" told me of the Mission Wheel scam - a bit like Wheel of Fortune! This member won a shopping spree but yes, you've guessed it, no prize was ever received!
This same person also said that Empowr is wrapped in all sorts of legal terms and conditions making them above the law, or so they think! Surely any legal contract/agreement has to be reasonable and not totally one-sided and it seems that these conditions are constantly changing any way more than likely to avoid paying out!

A Utopian Solution?
Wouldn't it be nice if a billionaire philanthropist came along and wrenched the whole system away from the Empowr criminals? So come on Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, Richard Branson et al, please do do something I'm sure with some business and financial acumen way beyond me, Empowr could be turned into something far better without the need to screw the "citizen". As aforementioned, it does have the basis for an advertising platform companies would pay good money for, excepting of course its bad reputation!
But perhaps I'm being naive here expecting honesty and fairness?
Empowr recently announced they would soon have their own cyber-currency along the lines of BitCoin thus another avenue to rip people off I'm sure!

Perhaps Empowr should change it's name to Scamelot?

As of 21st March 2017, the following have been informed of all of this:-
  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • PayPal
  • UK Financial Ombudsman - looking into the matter
  • UK Data Protection Agency
  • Amazon AWS
  • Google Playstore
  • FBI IC3 
  • Interpol 
  • IMF
But as yet, no response from any received excepting those mentioned although the "Account Protection" scam whereby the "citizen" gives Empowr unlimited access to their account(s) appears to have gone!
So what should the next action(s) be? Report to the likes of Interpol, contact global media...?
And now, believe it or not, Empowr are launching their own crypto currency which as the state is "utility" to be used internally only. Bidding on this started a couple of months ago and typical Empowr, they expect people to pay what they bid, this being returned they say when the auction has ended thus interest free loans! IMHO, only a gullible fool would buy into this! Also consider that they can't even get the "Close the Loop" system and algorithms to work correctly so can they really be trusted with this? I think NOT!
As of a couple of days ago (12/04/2018) Empowr announced an "Airdrop" of 500 million of their ecoins to "citizens", this being carried around 20/04/2018! IMHO Empowr are are trying to manipulate the Ethereum ETH crypto curreny by saying a "citizen" will only benefit from the "Airdrop" if they have at least 0.1ETH in their MyEthereum wallet so  by suckering the members to buy into ETH by offering "freebies" they hope to push up the price making a lot of monet having already bought "cheap"! Nothing wrong with Ethereum ETH so far as I know! Also bear in mind 0.1ETH is more than $40 and how ill Empowr be able to check whether a citizen has the required amount? This really does stink and is tantamount to fraud!

The only benefit to me from this scam is being able to promote my stuff to others - although I joined hoping to earn a reasonable amount, earning anything is nigh on impossible!

At the end of the day, to plagiarize the bard, William Shakespeare, I will have my pound of flesh and everyone else too!


Watch this space...


Sunday, October 15, 2017

Is ClixSense a Scam?

Is ClixSense a Scam?

I joined ClixSense some years ago mainly for the PTC (Paid to Click) and the occasional survey completion. I managed to get a handful of referals and made a few dollars!
Then, a few months ago, they removed the PTC part and now they want to close my account owing me $3.66 - not much you might think but 1 cent, a million dollars, theft is theft is it not? They are point blank refusing to pay saying the account doesn't meet their conditions! It used to be minimum $8 to cash out, maybe it's $10 now.
Also bear in mind that it was they who changed MY conditions by removing the PTC so the least they should do is pay me what they ow? I wonder how many others are being shafted in this way too!
It now says to me that ClixSense cannot be trusted anyway! What might they do in the future regarding members' conditions?

Monday, September 25, 2017

The World's Biggest Ponzi Scheme?

The World's Biggest Ponzi Scheme?

Firstly some definitions:-
http://www.investopedia.com/terms/p/ponzischeme.asp
What is a 'Ponzi Scheme'?
A Ponzi scheme is a fraudulent investing scam promising high rates of return with little risk to
investors. The Ponzi scheme generates returns for older investors by acquiring new investors. This is
similar to a pyramid scheme in that both are based on using new investors' funds to pay the earlier
backers. For both Ponzi schemes and pyramid schemes, eventually there isn't enough money to go
around, and the schemes unravel.
http://www.dictionary.com/browse/ponzi
a swindle in which a quick return, made up of money from new investors, on an initial investment
lures the victim into much bigger risks.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ponzi_scheme
A Ponzi scheme (/'p?n.zi/; also a Ponzi game) is a fraudulent investment operation where the
operator generates returns for older investors through revenue paid by new investors, rather than
from legitimate business activities or profit of financial trading. Operators of Ponzi schemes can be
either individuals or corporations, and grab the attention of new investors by offering short-term
returns that are either abnormally high or unusually consistent.
Companies that engage in Ponzi schemes focus all of their energy into attracting new clients to make
investments. Ponzi schemes rely on a constant flow of new investments to continue to provide returns
to older investors. When this flow runs out, the scheme falls apart.
The scheme is named after Charles Ponzi, who became notorious for using the technique in the
1920s. The idea, present in novels (for example, Charles Dickens' 1844 novel Martin Chuzzlewit and
1857 novel Little Dorrit each described such a scheme), was performed in real life by Ponzi, and
became well known throughout the United States because of the huge amount of money he took in.
Ponzi's original scheme was based on the arbitrage of international reply coupons for postage
stamps; however, he soon diverted investors' money to make payments to earlier investors and
himself.

So now about Empowr!
See here for more info!
They describe themselves as a "start-up" on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/empowr-start-upand also as "experimental"!
Apparently they are registered at 501 West Broadway San Diego, CA 92101 USA!

I have been on Empowr for over 14 months now and initially saw it as a means of earning a reasonable monthly income of a couple of thousand dollars - no I didn't expect something for nothing or a "get rich quick" scheme! The "Daily Earnings" along with all the charges are exorbitant and really beyond belief but I persevered. The video training that is quite good even though very misleading as I found out the further I progressed - I am now "Sky" with three to go to reach "Sky Star", the top!
The goal post always appeared to be moving but suddenly a couple of weeks ago my "earnings" were almost have and with what appeared to me to be bugs in the system, and then, a couple of days ago the system started to ask for payment every few seconds in order to "Double your earnings"! This last event was the final straw and I am now convinced that Empowr IS a Ponzi Scheme - probably the biggest the world has seen!
It is such a shame as with not too much effort on the part of Empowr, the could attract multinational advertisers as the user base is worldwide and easily targetable with the user data they have!

A link to this blog will eventually be sent to law enforcement, press, media etc worldwide!






Is vbmoney a scam?

Is vbmoney a scam?

I joined vbmoney in good faith and on the face of it, it looked promising!
In order to earn, the page displays a few ads and you have to enter a 4 digit number and voila, 10
cents is credited to your account!
The site says a minimum balance of $150 is required to cash out but when you try, it then tells you
that you need 40 referrals! It then tells you that you can buy these but only payments from BitCoin
accounts are allowed!
I have tried to contact but to no avail. I have searcghed the net but all I come across are reports
saying that this is a fake site!
To see for yourself go to http://piheredrsupy.trade/7737327479056/?rstr=116
The site also claims that Adidas, Intel, LG, Nike Tag Heuer and Victorinox are its adevertisers so I will

try to contact these!

Watch this space...

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Earn Viewing Ads

Earn Viewing Ads

I came across this yesterday and it looks very promising!
All you have to do is register then go to the watching ads page. Ads appear then you enter a 4 digit number and voila 10 cents!
To get the cash out you must first earn $150 and also have 40 referrals (difficult sometimes, but these can be bought, now costing $10-$20)!
To sign up go here

It does look very promising and there is no limit on what you can earn! Also, you earn up to 50% from your referrals!