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http://www.startribune.com/local/85054067.html <– news article on the FBI raiding iNetGlobal
http://hospitalera.com/inetglobal-scam/ <– someone who joined wrote a blog on iNetGlobal
http://hospitalera.com/inetglobal-wants-to-sue-me/ <– the person who wrote the above blog is being sued by iNetGlobal
Below is more that I found as well.
“Note: If after 60 days, your account is dormant, it will be removed.
If you don’t click on the day, you won’t earn anything for that day.
Please see the following link from existing members.
http://adpacsscam.blogspot.com/2009/02/ … share.html
There are rumours going around that Steve Renner is involved in CashCards as well. Something we need to clarify. http://www.cashcards.net/rep/81507/about.php
Need to clarify if CashCards is still around.
Ad Pacs is exactly like Ad Surf Daily which is shutdown and no one is sure whether or not it will resurface. Ad Pacs claims to have made it legal by have a 51% rule which means that 51% of your sales has to be from Personal Retail type sales. There are hundreds of websites talking about Ad Pacs versus Ad Surf Daily.
All in all, if one were to invest and just click on their websites, they would pretty much never make back the money. The reality with this company is that you aren’t receiving any real product or service. As many websites have commented, most companies after a while of using this service may have many hits, but no sales and would probably eventually stop using their service. These companies already spend millions of dollars promoting their websites on won’t really need this. Other smaller companies that want to promote their website to the top should just hire a Internet Marketing specialist.
For the people who wish to earn money, this is not a long-term residual business simply because there is no product or service being sold. Eventually, when the market is saturated and there isn’t any product being sold or any good service, why would someone keep signing up when they aren’t even breaking even. These companies come and go. People do get rich but you have to be the first ones in.
Also, there are lists of competitors out there already who have done this concept before. This wasn’t the first, nor will it be the last.
Also, one is not allowed to sponsor their family, spouses or children into another business. They have to be as one.
Also, one must have 3 personal sponsors or maintain 3 first line members to receive commissions. So if a person can not with their uplines have three direct people, they will not make commissions.”