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#1 by JaySomaiya » Sun Mar 16, 2014 10:11

I got into a site from a advertise where someone wrote that change your sponsor and you will get 2 referrals.
He said lets work as a team.
I am really concern is it a scam or something?
Should i go for it?
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#2 by ptcscrutiny » Sun Mar 16, 2014 10:12

Don't fall for such "teams" because only the person who starts the team and the first 3-4 members who join, end up really benefiting from the promised $500+ per year because the entire team is below them. Those that join later end up getting just 1-2 upgraded referrals, many don't even get that.
That $500 promise is just a way to lure members into the team for their own benefit.
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#3 by JaySomaiya » Sun Mar 16, 2014 10:23

ptcscrutiny wrote: Don't fall for such "teams" because only the person who starts the team and the first 3-4 members who join, end up really benefiting from the promised $500+ per year because the entire team is below them. Those that join later end up getting just 1-2 upgraded referrals, many don't even get that.
That $500 promise is just a way to lure members into the team for their own benefit.

Thanks bro for saving me
i was gonna fall in it.
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#4 by kspz7653 » Sun Mar 16, 2014 11:53

Can you say "pyramid scheme"?
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#5 by muzzleloader » Mon Mar 17, 2014 05:55

Shoot, I already earn around $500 a year without paying to join some fake team! :roll:
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#6 by S_Abbott » Mon Mar 17, 2014 12:03

Besides which, the terms of ClixSense don't allow changing of uplines. People need to learn to read the terms of each site they join, so they won't be surprised.

About: User Agreement - ClixSense

Quote:Sponsor Changes - The changing of or removing an affiliate sponsor is not permitted. The management of ClixSense may at its discretion allow the changing of a sponsor, IF and only if the affiliate does not have a sponsor assigned or the current sponsor has been inactive for more than 90 days. There are no exceptions to this rule.



It's also not fair to the person you joined under, after they've promoted (most probably through buying ads).

These people who tell you to change your sponsor are totally dishonest and are leeches looking to score quick referrals without having to work for them like the rest of us.

This practice makes my teeth grind.
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#7 by ReeseWardley » Mon Mar 17, 2014 16:17

The owners of these sites, just want people to do all the donkey work to get referrals for them. They are lazy and have no interest in helping those that join them. They bleed them dry of referrals and rub their hands with the money they are getting for not doing NOTHING!

These systems should be banned, sadly this is not possible as the internet is not policed well enough...

I totally agree with AlienMommy they are leeches (great word!) sad but very very true....
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