Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Instant Rewards - ** SCAM ALERT** !!!

Instant Rewards - Careful, it's just another SCAM !!!

That is exactly what i said to myself when I first heard about Instant Rewards. I googled it almost every day to find something that sounds just a little bit suspicious. But I couldn't. All I found was proof pictures from other people who joined IR or a whole bunch of you tube videos explaining how it works. Some of those proof pictures were snap shots of bank statements, some of them make hundreds of dollars a DAY!! 

Even after seeing all this, I just couldnt believe that there actually is a legitimiate way to make good money online. Without having any experience in Marketing or Advertising. 
So, after about 3 month of looking at other peoples bank statements on google, i decided to give it a try. I mean, it's free to sign up, there are no monthly Fees or any other hidden Fees. Even if you wanted to, there's just nothing to loose. 

How it works? It's simple. Instant Rewards works with Fortune 500 Companies like DirectTV, Blockbuster, Netflix, Walmart and many others and they pay us to have people try out their products. All Trials on here are Free or low cost. 

You sign up, earn 1.00 credit points doing offers, and start making money right away. You never have to do any offers again, unless you want to upgrade to earn even more. And you dont even have to keep the offers. You can actually cancel them before the end of the Trial period and you keep your points. The only thing they require is you have to keep the Trial for at least 80 - 90 %. So, on a 7 day Trial, you simply cancel on day 6 and keep your points. 
Everybody has to go through this in order to get started. 

As soon as you completed your first step with Offers, you can stop and make $20 for each person you Refer and you get paid as soon as they complete their offers, or you upgrade, which means a couple more offers to do on step 2, and make $90 PER person that completes step 1 & step 2!! 

You'll get your own homepage, a back office where you can send out broadcasts, keep track of your leads and so many more things, all for free. After you're all set up and ready to go, you can post classified free ads online, write blogs, make a you tube video, print flyers, hand out business cards, whatever it is you want to do to get people on board.

If you just think about it for a minute how much money you could make if you get only 1 lead per day that completes both steps with offers, that would be $2.700 / MONTH!! For posting ads for a couple hours a day. Copy and Paste. Thats all it is. 


Well, I hope you will make the right decision and join my Team. If you still have any questions or concerns, send me a friend request and a message on Facebook and we can chat. 

Hope to see y'all on the other side :)

NADINE

to get started visit: http://www.mydailymoneybiz.com
or  click here to go to my Facebook page


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  2. it is a scam. they require you to spend money to complete offers before you can join.

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    1. THIS COMPANY AND MONEY OPPORTUNITY Is 100% REAL and LEGIT!!!
      NO SCAMS...NO BS..I MADE $40.00 THE VERY FIRST DAY and IF YOU HAVE A PAYPAL CARD YOUR MONEY IS DEPOSITED WITHIN 24hrs.
      People get all funny acting when they see that this company wants US TO REGISTER AS POTENTIAL Customer/Referral Agents and IT Is COMPLETELY FREE!! If you cancel your offer trial within 75-90% of the trial period, [ex]For a 7-day trial, call on day 5-6 and cancel it..THEY ALLOW US TO DO THIS AND STILL MAKE $$$.. How f*!king hard is that!

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    3. You are not coming out of your own pocket to pay for anything. There are free trails for startup. You use about $5 of your first $20 you make to upgrade. Just keep using a little bit of your earnings to upgrade to the 120 referral

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  3. No it is not a scam! You can start for free, there are some free offers and even if you pay for an offer, you pay for a product or service that company offers. You dont pay ANYTHING to Instant Rewards! I have made pretty good money so far, scams dont pay, Instant Rewards does!!!

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  4. I'm confused. At the top it says its a scam. But at the bottom you are asking to have people join your team. I have been trying to get information about Instant Rewards.

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    1. I just saw there is actually a reply button! Already wrote a comment under yours

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  5. JayB you gotta keep on reading ;)
    The title says "it's a scam" but then i said "that's exactly what i said to myself when i first heard about it" and i explain how it works, my experience with it and that it is absolutely not a scam!

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  6. Well I'm interested. And would like more information please.

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    1. Hi Nadine, I just read your article about Instant Rewards Network and am still skeptical about this "system". Are there others that have reviews or articles such as yours so I may get a clearer picture of what actually can be earned through I.R.N.? I've tried a multitude of online businesses and have been sorely disappointed so far, what is it that makes I.R.N. so different in your opinion?
      Thank you.

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    2. Instant rewards is real, I started this week and I already have my commission in my paypal...they pay daily. You have nothing to lose with this company.

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    3. I second that Tammy it is absolutely real!

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  7. Yes there are many other reviews out there. Google Instant Rewards and also visit our proof gallerey:http://www.instantrewards.net/proofgallery/

    I think what makes Instant Rewards so different is, that there is absolutely NOTHING to loose! You can start for free if you choose our free trial offers. And even if you choose to pay for one of the trials, you are paying for a product or service that particular company has to offer. And you only have to do this once to get qualified. You never have to do any other offers, unless you want to upgrade. Also, I just love to be able to stay at home with my 2 year old, I work my own schedule, no one tells me when or how much I have to work.

    Here’s how Instant Rewards works. We have Fortune 500 companies that have trial offers for people to check out their products or services, when someone does a trial for these companies, the companies pays IR a referral fee, IR then pays the referral agents part of that referral fee for bringing people in to check out these companies.

    I hope this helps and if you should decide to sign up, I hope to see you on my team :) Have a great day!

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  9. Nadine, you are a complete fool, and at this point, YOU have become the scammer. My GOD! Google search? Didn't anybody notice that there were pages and pages of search results that were recently posted by the members and other people who conveniently knew how to "explain" the program and all of its wonderful benifits?
    They FLOOD the internet with blog entries and youtube videos, often times using the title "Is Instant Rewards a Scam?"" so that any search for "instant rewards scam" is blanketed by their propaganda.
    If you look just past the assholes that are propagandizing you, you find some truth:

    http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Instant-Rewards/internet/Instant-Rewards-Scammed-me-claiming-that-I-would-not-need-to-buy-anything-to-join-and-tha-1064987

    http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Instant-Rewards/internet/Instant-Rewards-Scammed-me-claiming-that-I-would-not-need-to-buy-anything-to-join-and-tha-1064987

    http://www.whyihatepeople.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=2814

    Instant Rewards used to go by a different name (Rewards Network)
    http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/directory/rewards-network
    http://www.pissedconsumer.com/reviews-by-company/rewards-network.html
    but when the original owner sold the company, the new owner changed it to "Instant Rewards", and slowly changed the company, turning it into the pyramid scam that it is today as well as opening up another several similar pyramid scams such as "UPromise, Rewards Network"
    http://www.nightclub-business.com/forum/showthread.php?4247-UPromise-Rewards-Network-IDine-HA!-HA!-HA!

    MCA. This one is very simply stupid.
    These scams are all under the umbrella of the parent company called "Empower Network"..

    http://www.pissedconsumer.com/reviews-by-company/rewards-network/rewards-network-s-undue-enrichment-at-our-expense-20090901156298.html

    Shortly after the sale of "Rewards Network: it became a terrible place to work when the new owners were transitioning it to a full-on scam:
    http://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Rewards-Network-Reviews-E2216.htm

    They are recruiting with great passion, and all the tricks in the book. Of course they are looking for good people. It's a pyramid scam. It survives on fresh meat.

    Don't be stupid, and don't be a pawn, and most of all, don't let the world know who you really are because when it collapses under its own weight, people might find you and take revenge.

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  10. Well, this is your opinion. I stand for everything i wrote in my blog and I'm getting paid from Instant Rewards and so are many others. I don't think any kind of scam would pay?? Oh, and we all pay taxes, which means even the IRS knows about this. Can't be that bad then, don't you think? I've read quite a few of those rip off reports, and what i saw were a few people that just didn't have any success with IR and simply didn't understand the concept of how it works. And also, this is not a pyramid scheme. No one i refer pays anything to me or IR. IF they choose to do one of the low cost offers instead of the free ones, they pay the company (disney, Walmart, Gamefly...) directly. And they pay for a product or service they get to try with no risk. This company then pays out commissions to IR and they pay us. Hope this changes your mind about some things, if not, thanks for reading. Have a great day :)

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  11. SO does online jobs really exist? if yes, can any one out there give me a list of few legit companies that offer online jobs at little or no cost?

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  12. Instant Rewards is legit and it's a great way to earn some extra cash! What I love best about Instant Rewards is you get paid daily ! No waiting a week or a month like other online businesses!

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  13. I've been trying Instant Rewards for two weeks and been using the marketing ads and everything. I haven't gotten paid daily or at all. I wish someone would just help me get that first $20

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  15. Can someone help me, a lady was helping me get started on instant rewards but when I finished all my credit offers to be able to do the 60 plan I haven't been able to get ahold of her and its frustrating me, she hasn't answered me for 3 days now, I don't know what to do from here can I have help please?

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    1. I'm sorry you had bad luck with your sponsor. Have you set up your back office yet? You have to register here with the same email and password you used for the offer site (60).
      http://www.instantrewardsnetwork.com/admin/register.php
      Find me on Facebook so I can help you:
      http://www.facebook.com/nadine.birch.583

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  17. Great post on Instant Rewards. I think your blog title is an eye catcher. Instant Rewards is NOT a scam and it does work well for serious marketers. Actually the work is not very hard.

    Plan your work and work your plan. Simply follow the instructions once you sign up and connect with your sponsor. Hopefully you find a good sponsor who will actually encourage you.

    Bottom line...people are looking for a serious way to make extra money from home and Instant Rewards helps you do just that. Find a good mentor and sign up today!

    To your continued success,
    -Rob West

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  18. http://www.starter.instantrewards.net/index.php?ref=392591 its no scam try it sign under me only pay $1 using debit card PayPal rush card an do an offer

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    1. Prepaid cards such as PayPal (even their debit card), rush card and so on are NOT ALLOWED!! Please don't use anything else than a bank issued debit or credit card!

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  20. Trice88, I'm in the beginning stage myself, waiting for my cc to arrive in the mail so I can get started with my first credit. I don't have great credit to secure a credit card, hopefully that will change after I earn some money and pay off debt, so I applied and took out a secured cc from the credit union. All of what I've seen so far you can do with an iPad. Or even a cell phone with internet capabilities. You need access to email and websites. The company asks you only sign one person per household or ip address. But to answer your question, if you can easily use your iPad to send email and copy and paste to CL or FB, then yes! You can use your iPad, smart phone, Laptop or Desktop.

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  22. It is not a scam it is real

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