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My Fun Life

My Fun Life Review by David Harris “My Fun Life”, by Dan Edwards and found at myfunlife.com, is a multi level marketing (MLM) business that 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 the fees their monthly fees. You have to pay …
 

Five Dollar Funnel

Five Dollar Funnel by David Harris “Five Dollar Funnel” by Tom Cellie and Bill Ebert and found at http://dreamliferewards.com/ and formerly fivedollarfunnel.com, was a Multi-Level Marketing business venture that claimed to be something different than what every other MLM is. Five Dollar Funnel had 3 entry levels starting at $5 and upgrading to the $20, $99 and $297 levels. It is now defunct and the new URL takes you to something else. Our regular readers know by now that we …
 

Ron Walsh's EZ Wealth Solution

Ron Walsh’s EZ Wealth Solution Scam Review by David Harris “Ron Walsh’s EZ Wealth Solution” by Ron Walsh and found at EZWealthSolution.com, is an internet marketing software program widely denounced as a ‘new age Ponzi scheme’, which tells you right away it’s highly dubious by nature. Even its own reps are hesitant to promote the, for lack of a better term, “products”. The mountains of complaints and angry letters registered online were inundating, to say the least, but I will …
 

LegalShield

LegalShield Review by David Harris LegalShield, formally known as “Prepaid Legal” is found at LegalShield.com, is a multi-level marketing business that sells legal aid packages as its product. There are so many issues with LegalShield I don’t even know where to begin, but I’ll start here. There are so many bad reports and complaints about them that it’s amazing they are even still in business. They have changed names at least once from Pre-Paid Legal Services to LegalShield. And I …
 

Global Pro System

Global Pro System Review by David Harris Global Pro System, found at mygpsoffice.com, is another multi-level marketing business that chooses to put the product out in the back yard and the recruitment process as its main focus. The product is a line of energy drinks known as Vemma. The amounts of complaints and rip off reports about this business are endless and far outweigh the company shills’ attempts to dissuade you from staying away from doing business with Global Pro …
 

Primerica

Primerica a Scam? “Primerica”, found at Primerica.com, has already been submitted for review. If you would like to see a review of “Primerica”, simply add your vote on it using the following link: Add Vote for “Primerica“. Then click on the “Vote For Review” button. When enough votes have been accumulated, we will start the business research process and get a review of “Primerica” completed a soon as possible. You will be notified when the review has been completed. You …
 

From Broke To Rich

From Broke To Rich – Scam Review From Broke To Rich by Daniel Palleschi, found at frombroketorich.com, is an unethical cash gifting program. Palleschi goes on to say this gifting program is legal but it really is not, at least in many states in the U.S.. Any company engaging in cash gifting, cash leveraging, pyramid schemes or any variations of these types of scams try telling you that you will profit from them. Do not do it. It is an …
 

Market America

Market America Review by David Harris Market America, by JR and Loren Ridinger and found at marketamerica.com, is a company that uses a very slightly different model of multilevel marketing they call ‘unfranchised’ business opportunity. However, no matter how you label an MLM, it is still an MLM, and that means distributors recruiting new distributors, ad infinitum, so that money flows upward in a pyramid shape. MarketAmerica marks up the pricing of their products so high that selling it is …
 

Viral Franchise

Viral Franchise Scam Review by David Harris “Viral Franchise” by Frederick Spears, found at theviralfranchise.com, is a cash gifting scam wrapped around a thinly veiled Multi-Level Marketing scheme, plain and simple, right from the start. The Viral Franchise is part of “I Wanna Be Rich”, another business run by Spears, if that indeed is his real name. I say it is weakly disguised as an MLM risk because there are absolutely no real products sold by The Viral Franchise. The …
 

Home Job Stop

Home Job Stop Review By David Harris Home Job Stop, found at myhomejobstop.com, is a very active job board specializing in telecommuting and real work from home jobs. You will not find any scams or junk posts here. In addition to their extensive job bank, they offer an exclusive online guidebook, email update reports, and more. Looking for full-time work doesn’t have to be a full-time job. If you’ve spent any amount of time looking for work online, chances are …
 
 
 
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