Real Supermarket Magic a Scam or Legitimate
Real Supermarket Magic is a network marketing mail-in ordering system that supposedly teaches you how to make money from home. For $295 you are supposed to get $1,000 worth of coupons. You could go online and easily get $1,000s worth of coupons for free. Why do you need to …
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Savings Highway a Scam or Legitimate
I usually try to steer our members away from MLM risks that pass themselves off as opportunities. Most of them have a very unacceptable 90% to 99% failure rate. Although Savings Highway has a good amount of savings in the vouchers and coupons they offer, their commission structure works on 15 levels.
Panda Research a Scam or Legitimate
Panda Research states that you might make three cents to a quarter for reading emails and about $3 to $75 on surveys. They say you can also get coupons and giveaways for some completed surveys. And keep product samples they offer for you to review. Panda Research pays on a cash basis when you reach $100 by check on surveys that do payout.
Wake Up Now a Scam
The FTC deems structures like ‘Wake Up Now’ a pyramid scheme, when compensation for recruiting others is worth more than for selling the actual company product. Most MLMs have a 97%+ failure rate. This company proudly exceeds that to 99%. Wake Up Now is ripe with more red flags than the average MLM business. One more annoying aspect of Wake
Zen Arbitrage Amazon Book Arbitrage Review
Zen Arbitrage claims its as easy as following 3 simple steps: 1.) Find cheap books on Amazon – The Zen Arbitrage tool finds cheap books with low (or no) FBA competition. 2.) Resell via FBA – Relist books at your higher “Fulfillment By Amazon” price. 3.) Profit the difference (40% to 150%+ ROI) – Simple as that.