Are You Clicking Past a Fortune?

The breadth and depth of products and services being promoted online is overwhelming. The ongoing question is what to promote or sell to make money? Crawl through reviews and comments about the product. This process prevents you from joining a defunct scam. You will not invest your money in a phony blockchain scheme. But, everyday hundreds of companies engage in introducing sketchy products, ponzi scheme, fake mirsoftware, and more into the marketplace.

Click Before You Invest

The internet is growing at 7-8% annually in the US, and at a higher rate in other countries! Many people are becoming more and more reliant on the internet for information and to discover products and services to try. Those businesses who know how to use the internet to effectively reach lots of people are seeing phenomenal results!

I review thousands of network marketing companies. I look at the training offered by the various online gurus. These guys charge thousands of dollars. I check out affiliate marketing schemes and products online. I am appalled at the number of out-and-out scams perpetrated against the online community. There are massive scams afoot to get your money and your information.

Due-Dilligence saves you money.

  • It is possible to check out the product, the backers of the products and the efficacy of the products with just a couple of searches on Google or Bing. But most marketers still believe in word of mouth marketing. Because their upline or best friend offers them this rare opportunity, these marketers jump in and wholeheartedly embrace the lie.

Common-sense marketing is not so common. Investors and online marketing professionals introduce products and services to the marketplace every day. “The Next Big Thing” shows up daily to millions of hungry internet marketers. These are real people struggling to make a buck. The truth: Forget the next Bitcoin offering. You cannot afford to invest, so forget it.

Useless Program that will Not Earn Income


This company may not be an out and out scam, but it is certainly a useless product. Taspestri is an app that people download to their phone for free and earn up to $25 for their data. Members receive $1 each month for each person who uses the app . The MLM side of the business requires a $9.99 monthly fee for maintenance. Tapestri’s MLM compensation plan extends commissions down one level of recruitment.


Hyperfund is promoted as a Passive Income and Future Wealth Management program. HyperFund has no retailable products or services. Affiliates market HyperFund affiliate membership. HyperFund has received a securities fraud warning from the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority.

Cash FX

This site promises 200% to 400% returns on their trading robot. The company announced in September 2021 that it was moving into new headquarters. The company’s marketers proudly shows off their new offices all over LinkedIn. Cash FX Group affiliates invest funds on the promise of a 200% or 400% ROI, capped at 15% a week. However CashFX has been declared a ponzi Scheme by the The Dominican Republic’s Superintendent of Banks. They label CashFX Group a “fraudulent scheme”

It is not my intention to bash other companies. But, I do urge investors and online marketers to check some reviews. Do this before you invest your hard-earned money. There is an excellent site called “Behind MLM” which offers a stratightline approach to online ponzi schemes and faulty products and services. If an MLM company is not open and upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money. Behind