Reading A FutureNet/FutureAdPro Review Will Only Slow You Down

You can go right now and type in “FutureNet review” into any search engine and you’ll find lots of different results. All of the “FutureNet Reviews” you’ll see on the first several pages were only written for 1 purpose and and 1 purpose, only.

And once again.. 

You can go right now and type in “FutureAdPro review” into any search engine and you’ll find lots of different results. All of the “FutureAdPro Reviews” you’ll see on the first several pages were only written for 1 purpose and and 1 purpose, only.

Your FutureNet And FutureAdPro Reviews You’ll Find Are Created For Primarily 2 Different Reasons

Reason #1 for people to write a review for FutureNet or a FutureAdPro:  The are a FutureNet or FutureAdPro affiliate and they want to sponsor you. Being your FN or FAP sponsor will earn them generous commissions, as you build your business and earn your own money from these programs.

Reason #2 for people writing reviews for FutureNet or FutureAdPro: They are haters. Yes, there are haters out there that have nothing better to do. They criticize programs like these so that they can drive traffic to their websites, and earn off if it.

They will all focus on these 4 keyword phrases:

1.) FutureNet review

2.) FutureNet reviews

3.) FutureAdPro review

4.) FutureAdPro reviews

Neither of these 2 reasons will benefit you. 1 of them is trying to convince you because there is a profit motive for them and the other one is trying to discourage you, saying that these programs are all “scams”.

Reason for this post? Go out there and judge FutureNet and FutureAdPro for yourself. What do you have to lose? It is FREE to JOIN, for Pete’s sake.

I hope reading this wasn’t a complete waste of your time either. Be sure to register for your account for no charge and try it for yourself.

 

My24HourIncome -Is It A Scam? Reviews: My 24 Hour Income Review?

My24HourIncome -Is It A Scam? Reviews: My 24 Hour Income Review?

It is possible that you see the buzz of My24HourIncome around the internet and thought maybe you should join. Before joining, though, you figured you’d do a search and read some reviews to determine whether My 24 Hour Income is a legitimate income opportunity or just a revenue sharing scam like some of the others.

My24HourIncome’s domain name (“my24hourincome.com”) was registered on June 27th 2016 by Derek Burton out of Ontario, Canada. He is known as “Drew”, though, to us..

Drew Burton is obviously “the man with the plan” who had the idea for putting this program together.

I’ve seen Drew a lot in rev share industry doing videos and such – he is pretty popular and is pretty much at the top of whichever revenue share programs he gets involved in.

It is only a natural progression for a successful affiliate to figure out a way to advance him or herself.  Drew figured he would try to start HIS OWN rev share opportunity instead of just promoting others (not having any control over whether they remain open, or not).

Many rev shares are not run properly and seem like scams to the general public – they can’t figure out a way to grow without bringing in new affiliates. So it is always a great indication of realness when somebody who is well-known as an affiliate comes out and says “hey, I have a better way to run a rev share company”. People are flocking to this opportunity because many already know, like, and trust him.

What Are My24HourIncome’s Products – If There Are Any

My 24 Hour Income offers ad packs to their affiliates – like all of the other revshare sites – but also offers members the ability to sell affiliate products through their back offices.  This addition of affiliate products for sale is pretty much unheard of in the revenue sharing industry, as most sites typically only offer ad packs internally to their membership, and have literally no other retail products.  My24HourIncome is going in the right direction to step-up the legalness of their opportunity.

It appears that the vast majority of revenue generated will come from member adpack purchases – this is NOT a bad thing. The problem is, the United States government sucks when it comes to deciding what is a classic ponzi scheme or not.

You see – the fact that it is adpack purchasing that makes the program progress, in itself, isn’t a problem.

The question to ask IS THIS:  Does it require new members to come in and buy these adpacks.. or is it OK if the same members keep re-purchasing ad packs out of their commissions that they earn in the system?

You see – there is a BIG difference there. Needing Ad Packs to be bought isn’t the problem. It is the reliance on NEW people to buy them, that makes a program a ponzi.

When the world begins to understand that difference.. it will be a much nicer world here in the online space.

Let’s See The My 24 Hour Income Compensation Plan – Is It HOT?

My24HourIncome offers 3 different advertising packages as follows:

Adpack 1 (one)- Cost: $5

Matures at 110% at 1.8 to 3.8% daily cap. Gives 75 business directory ads, with 12% referral commission to your sponsor.

Adpack 2 (two) – Cost : $15

Matures at 115% at 1.8 to 3.8% daily cap. Gives 200 business directory ads, with 12% referral commission to your sponsor.

Adpack 3 (three) – Cost: $35

Matures at 120% at 1.8 to 3.8% daily cap. Gives 500 business directory ads, with 12% referral commission to your sponsor.

Adpack 4 (four) – Cost: $75

Matures at 130%. You can purchase unlimited. It gives you 1200 business directory ads, with 12% referral commission to your sponsor.

Conclusion Of My24HourIncome Rev Share Opportunity

Some of the other reviews I see online about My24 (this is what we call it, for short) are only written to drive traffic to some other website or program. They simply use a pattern and re-create almost the same “review” or “scam” keyword page so they can try to rank at the top of Google when people are only trying to learn more about the program.. not to be sent somewhere else..

My24HourIncome is MAJOR a step-up from almost all rev share opportunities, and I don’t see any red flags at all. This could easily be a long-term opportunity – the one you were looking for.

Although the biggest issue is that the My 24 Hour Income business model is considered a ponzi scheme by the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) still – it is only because they have YET to understand that nobody is getting “ripped-off” and that every single person was there to purchase advertising services and did NOT see it as an investment. Not only this – they are flat-out reminded of that on the page where you go to make your purchase of ad packs.

In the My24HourIncome FAQ’s, you can find the following question and answer:

Is my24hourincome.com considered a scam or Ponzi scheme or an Illegal online business?

“NO. Any program that claims a ROI but has NO PRODUCT IS A SCAM! But my24hourincome.com Advertising Platform
sells ADVERTISING SPACE! Just like a Billboard or a commercial on television. In order for any program to be legal, it is
required to supply a service and/or product to you, the member! Here at my24hourincome.com, we sell traffic which is
our basic product. All members that purchase ad packs will get Traffic exchange credits and guaranteed banner clicks.” – My24HourIncome

These people aren’t “investors” when they buy advertising services. On top of this, their profits are NOT funded through new “investor contributions” – so My24 does not operate as a classic Ponzi scheme.

 

Ad Pack Scams? Don’t Let The HATERS “Scam” You Out Of A Great Situation

There are haters, bloggers out there that make a living putting-down mlm companies, network marketing, and rev share people like us.

These people want you to believe that they are helping you to not lose your money, or “get scammed” by programs on the internet like the ones that we do.

I’m not sure they believe much of what they are telling the public – but they are suggesting that selling ad packs is a scam. That there is no real product and that it is just a money game.

Whatever you do.. DON’T BELIEVE that nonsense!!  Online advertising is the biggest moneymaker and fastest-growing trend in the world.  Sites like FB and Google make BILLIONS from selling ads.. so why is it so hard to imagine that revenue sharing programs cannot operate the same model to earn dollars (and share those dollars with us!!)?

There are boatloads of great opportunities out there and it can sometimes be hard to tell which ones are worth your time. But never never never let other’s affect your judgement on what you feel about things.

Scam! Scam! Scam! It’s a Scam!! He’s a scammer!! You Getting Scammed By Scammers? Everything Seems To Be A Scam For Some People

It is quite understandable to not know what a lot of programs are doing out there. There are a bunch of them to try to keep up with. Not hundreds, but thousands of them. To try and understand many of them is truly a waste of time if you are a goal-oriented person.. unless to do JUST THAT happens to be your goal, which I highly doubt…

Not knowing how a specific program or opportunity works, though, isn’t a good reason to put it down. Most people tend to criticize that which they don’t understand. I know, that is a quote from somebody, somewhere.

The definition of a scam, by my own recollection, is when there is intent to rip people off.. like when you get an e-mail from somebody in Nigeria telling you that you only need to pay for processing fees so that they can wire you the millions of dollars that you are now entitled to.

A scam is designed to take money out of people’s pockets – not intending to give them anything in return… and then to disappear so that you can maybe do it all over again.

Here in the online marketing world the term “scam” has come to be defined as something a tiny bit different. Anytime a person puts money into a program and they don’t get their money out, the business automatically becomes a “scam”.

What about you? Have you ever been scammed? I mean, there ARE a lot of scammers out there in the world… and most scamming is now done on the internet since that is the easiest way to do it.

Don’t believe everything you see or hear online when people refer to a program as a scam. Do your own due diligence, for sure. Some of the best ideas that made people worth millions were at one time probably thought to be a scam.

Out there in the “real world” people use the word “pyramid scheme” in such a way that it automatically sounds bad. Well, I’m here to tell you that there is absolutely nothing wrong with a scheme that is shaped like a pyramid.

Your job is probably a pyramid scheme. If you don’t think that it is, tell your boss that you want trade positions or paychecks for a month. You have a far better chance of getting your dreams accomplished if you are in a situation where you can build for yourself, without any limitations.

Of course – to simply join an mlm or network marketing company it isn’t easy to make money. You need to stick around and learn how others are able to rise above all of the “noise” and separate themselves from the masses.

People use the word scam so much that nobody pays much attention the the real scams that ARE out there getting money out of people’s pocketbooks.

Most revshare programs are not intentional scams but they don’t have a way to actually pay the members any real profits. Therefore they need to make different rules, start charging membership fees, or even close their doors totally.

There are boatloads of great opportunities out there and it can sometimes be hard to tell which ones are worth your time. But never never never let other’s affect your judgement on what you feel about things.

Scam! Scam! Scam! It’s a Scam!! He’s a scammer!! You Getting Scammed By Scammers? Everything Seems To Be A Scam For Some People

It is quite understandable to not know what a lot of programs are doing out there. There are a bunch of them to try to keep up with. Not hundreds, but thousands of them. To try and understand many of them is truly a waste of time if you are a goal-oriented person.. unless to do JUST THAT happens to be your goal, which I highly doubt…

Not knowing how a specific program or opportunity works, though, isn’t a good reason to put it down. Most people tend to criticize that which they don’t understand. I know, that is a quote from somebody, somewhere.

The definition of a scam, by my own recollection, is when there is intent to rip people off.. like when you get an e-mail from somebody in Nigeria telling you that you only need to pay for processing fees so that they can wire you the millions of dollars that you are now entitled to.

A scam is designed to take money out of people’s pockets – not intending to give them anything in return… and then to disappear so that you can maybe do it all over again.

Here in the online marketing world the term “scam” has come to be defined as something a tiny bit different. Anytime a person puts money into a program and they don’t get their money out, the business automatically becomes a “scam”.

What about you? Have you ever been scammed? I mean, there ARE a lot of scammers out there in the world… and most scamming is now done on the internet since that is the easiest way to do it.

Don’t believe everything you see or hear online when people refer to a program as a scam. Do your own due diligence, for sure. Some of the best ideas that made people worth millions were at one time probably thought to be a scam.

Out there in the “real world” people use the word “pyramid scheme” in such a way that it automatically sounds bad. Well, I’m here to tell you that there is absolutely nothing wrong with a scheme that is shaped like a pyramid.

Your job is probably a pyramid scheme. If you don’t think that it is, tell your boss that you want trade positions or paychecks for a month. You have a far better chance of getting your dreams accomplished if you are in a situation where you can build for yourself, without any limitations.

Of course – to simply join an mlm or network marketing company it isn’t easy to make money. You need to stick around and learn how others are able to rise above all of the “noise” and separate themselves from the masses.

People use the word scam so much that nobody pays much attention the the real scams that ARE out there getting money out of people’s pocketbooks.

Most revshare programs are not intentional scams but they don’t have a way to actually pay the members any real profits. Therefore they need to make different rules, start charging membership fees, or even close their doors totally.