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Earn on The Go With Triffic

Triffic is a new mobile application taking advantage of augmented reality, GPS, and blockchain technology. With these industries on the rise, it has been gaining lots of attention. Triffic gamifies your life by letting...


How to Get TONS of Profitable Ideas

Have you ever met someone who was an idea machine? You give them a problem to solve, and in just a few minutes they’ve come up with half a dozen creative ideas. In fact,...


The One Word Every Prospect Loves

This might be the most important word in the copywriter’s arsenal, ranking higher than even “free,” “new” and “savings.” Do you have any guesses as to what this word is?… We’re talking about the...


Jeff Long announces Luvv token unregistered securities

A few months ago we reviewed Jeff Long’s Luvv opportunity.Initial reception appears to have been lukewarm. Alexa statistics for the Luvv website show a brief spike in interest followed by a steady decline.
Now Long is marketing what he’s calling his “inner circle”, through which he’s announced Luvv tokens.
From the sounds of it the Luvv token is going to be a cookie-cutter ERC20 token.
Long (right) states its intended use will be through the “Luvv ecosystem”, although as I understand it none of that is up and running yet.
In the meantime Long is asking for $100/$200 a month or $1000 a year in…


iCash Review: iCenter collapses, launches adcredit Ponzi scheme

iCenter is an entirely unremarkable Telegram bot based Ponzi scheme.iCenter affiliates invested cryptocurrency on the promise of daily ROIs, which iCenter was able to pay as long as gullible investors pumped new money into the system.
According to reports from affiliates, iCenter pulled the plug on its Ponzi bots about a week ago.

Not surprisingly, around the same time iCenter debuted iCash.
Read on for a full review of the iCash MLM opportunity.
iCash Products
iCash has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market iCash affiliate membership itself.
The iCash Compensation Plan
iCash affiliates invest in “ad packs” on the promise of a 120%…


iRaisers Review: $16 four-tier matrix cycler Ponzi

iRaisers provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business.The iRaisers website domain (“”) was privately registered on January 9th, 2016. A corporate residential address in the US state of Georgia is provided by iRaisers but assumed to be bogus.
Despite the age of the domain, Alexa only registered measurable traffic to the iRaisers website from March 2018.
Currently Ghana (26%) and the US (24%) are the primary sources of traffic to the iRaisers website.
As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over…