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Seacret Direct

Seacret Direct Review by David Harris | Updated: January 13, 2022 at 9:51 AM Seacret Direct at SeacretDirect.com is multi-level marketing or MLM company with products with skin care and beauty aids products. Those of you that read our reviews know our view of MLM schemes, I mean, businesses. We’re not a big fan of them. It’s no different with Seacret Direct, which started its tenuous business practices with a shopping mall vendor stall routine. The amount of customer horror …
 

Polaris Global

Polaris Global Review by David Harris Is Polaris Global a legitimate income opportunity or just another MLM scam? We aim to find out in this review. Polaris Global is from Delwyn McKenzie, co-founded by Shane Krider and Rachel Oliver and found at polarisglobal.com. Also known as Born to Prosper. This is a multi-level marketing / MLM / network marketing type of venture dealing in the personal wellness and development industry. [ ScamXposer’s Top Recommended Business, Click Here For Details ] …
 

4Life

4Life Review by David Harris | Updated on March 24, 2022, at 8:50 AM: 4Life by David and Bianca Lisonbee is found at 4Life.com, is a multi-level marketing business venture. It comes with several caveats to watch out for, some of which I’ll report here. [ ScamXposer’s Top Recommended Business, Click Here For Details ] First and foremost, 4Life is an MLM also known as multi-level marketing. We rarely if ever recommend any multi-level marketing company as a real way …
 

ClickFair

ClickFair Review by David Harris | Updated on February 4, 2022, at 7:16 AM: ClickFair is from 99 Ventures LTD and is found at clickfair.com. They’re a Paid To Click (PTC) ad website that will pay you to view their advertisers/publishers’ websites. Granted, the payout is very small and not anywhere near enough to make it a side job, but it can make you a little extra every month. You can also get paid by signing up with Click Fair’s …
 

Superpay Me

SuperPay.Me Review by David Harris “SuperPay.Me”, by 99Ventures and found at superpay.me, is a GPT, or, “Get Paid To” website you might earn a little extra rewards points and/or money through completing surveys, trial offers, etc. SuperPay.Me also pays you when you use their referral system, so it also has its own kind of multi-level marketing.       Click HERE for the #1 Free Paid Surveys – Join Free Now! The MLM part of SuperPay.Me requires that you maintain a sizeable and …
 

Vemma

Vemma Business Review Vemma by BK Boreyko, found at vemma.com, is a nutritional supplement Multi-Level Marketing business that is more interested in you recruiting more people than they are about selling its product. This is because the product gets sold to those you recruit, as well as yourself, to the tune of about $150 to $600 and up. One of several concerns with Vemma is that the products it sells are marked up several times higher than similar items you …
 

My Fun Life

My Fun Life Review by David Harris | Updated on December 18, 2021 at 12:20 PM: My Fun Life is from Dan Edwards and found at myfunlife.com. It’s a multi-level marketing (MLM) business. It uses the Travelocity booking system for its travel-based product arm. My Fun Life provides no products, only a recruitment-based compensation plan, and that smells a lot like a pyramid scheme. My Fun Life payment structure deals only in commissions on newly recruited members and their monthly …
 

Six Figure Mentors

Six Figure Mentors Review by David Harris Six Figure Mentors by Stuart Ross and Jay Kubassek is found at thesixfigurementors.com. It’s an internet marketing system based on mentoring training that is loaded with many flaws. The sign up fee is $297 to join with a $97 monthly fee. But as soon as you do, Six Figure Mentors tries to get you to pay for really pricey upsells that can go as high as $10,000 dollars. It’s an awful lot of …
 

Erics Success Plan

Eric’s Success Plan Review By David Harris “Erics Success Plan” by Eric Webster, found at ericssuccessplan.com, is a work from home internet marketing website that claims they will help you make up to $5,000 online. Furthermore, Webster claims you don’t have to pay anything for it. Invariably, websites like “Eric’s Success Plan” never really seem to be very clear on what it is you’ll be doing to make this alleged $500 to $5,000. But they sure want you to spend …
 

Digital Experts Academy

Digital Experts Academy Review by David Harris | Updated on January 14, 2022 at 8:00 AM: Digital Experts Academy by Jay Kubassek and Stuart Ross, and is found at digitalexpertsacademy.com. It’s an internet marketing system training course from the team that created Six Figure Mentors. There are so many marketing courses going around calling themselves Academies that the term has pretty much lost its meaning. Especially multiple scam sites we have come across and reviewed. And although this stands out …
 
 
 
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