Affiliates Marketing Scammer

by Rudolf Faix 29. June 2015 11:54

MoneyAffiliate Marketers are you really so stupid and believe that someone, which finds a system where he can generate unlimited income streams, will share it with you over the social networks? 

If one will doing this then he is nothing else then a stupid egghead! 

If you get such offers, then this one which has made the offer, needs you, your money, your workforce or both for getting an income by himself. What will happen with you is for him not important as long as you are able to generate income for him. Sorry, but this is the bitter truth.

There is no "holy grail" for making money available. If such a holy grail gets found you can be sure that the government will do everything what is possible to stop this opportunity. Otherwise the world economics would break down and the money will lose its value.

So why are you so stupid in believe in such systems?
The provided proofs are nothing else than fakes. Yesterday I have found such a fake which could get easily proofed. The first payout has been before the domain got registered. You can find the article here. Why the other proofs should not be faked? Everybody can create an evidence which is looking good and real by using a computer. You are not able to inspect or check it back.

Are the hawker videos impressing you?
Videos are making only this people, which did not learn to write and to read. Such time-waster videos are made from hawker and they try to convince you with a lot psychological tricks mixed up with meaningless words to be a part of their system. They only like to get your money and/or your workforce. The best system for them will be that you pay, invest and work for them! Take a look at the most sites. There are nothing else then a caption, a video and a field where you have to drop your email address if you like to get redirected to next information. Videos cannot get indexed by the search engines. Only written words are getting indexed.

Why are the owner of these video-sites waiving the traffic from the search engines?
These scammer need to make fast business and disappear immediately before they can get captured by the police. For this they are not interested into the traffic from search engines. The expected life time of such a site is only a few weeks or months. That is too short to get a good search engine ranking. Most of the sites are using a privacy protection services. The inland revenue service is very interested in such a business too.

Is the promised income impressing you?
Sorry, but between promotion and reality is mostly a big gap! The promoted fantasy income are maybe the people on top earning but not the freshly recruited ones. To get such an income will be nearly impossible for you.

Why do you need to pay a sign-up and/or membership fee?
The company is saving already a lot from their own marketing costs. You'll know already which company you should avoid if they like to get a sign-up or membership fee. In such a case are their products nothing else then non-seller and they are not able to finance themselves or not able to keep their own system up and running without the fee. Serious companies will provide you even help by promoting their services or products without charging you something.

Don't forget: You are the one which works for the company and you shall get paid. Not opposite round! You are making the marketing and the sales. Without you the company will even not be able to sell something. The most of the affiliate marketing products are not able to get sold inside a store. There would be too much competition.

 

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