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Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by mrfarshay, Feb 23, 2012.

  1. mrfarshay

    mrfarshay Junior Member

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    Nothing more to say other than research it yourself.

    #1 MLM in the world

    14 year old company


    If you can post 1 ad a day you can earn daily profit sharing.


    FARSHAY1
     
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  2. DutchTrafficService

    DutchTrafficService Regular Member

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    Pyramid scam schemes are illegal and not allowed here.
     
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    JackSparrow Supreme Member

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    Get this shit off the forum. Members want genuine money making ideas, not scamming bullshit!
     
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    These threads get removed all the time, enjoy your ass-kicking.
     
  5. mrfarshay

    mrfarshay Junior Member

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    Your loss if they remove it. Rather than be ignorant & say it's a scam why don't you explain how it is?

    I make money from my own build niche sites & focus 90% of my time on that. Anyone wants proof test me and let me prove you wrong. Then I am in zeek rewards because it is NOT a "SCAM" I don't join or do things that I wont make money with or people would lose money on.


    I'll wait for your explanation on how this company is a scam & enjoy putting you in your place with actual knowledge of the company, success, statistics & data. Good luck to yourself.
     
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  6. mrfarshay

    mrfarshay Junior Member

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    Not to mention this is the "affiliate programs" section & zeek rewards is an affiliate program.
     
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    calebmann Power Member Premium Member

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    I dont think this will be up for long
     
  8. JackSparrow

    JackSparrow Supreme Member

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    The reason you are being slated is that your opening post is so vague, and seems to be a blatant promotion of Zeek Rewards.

    People on BHW want hard facts and methods on how and why using Zeek Rewards is a good thing for making income.

    By all means prove us all wrong and offer up some evidence and a basic outline of the methods you have used to successfully earn from Zeek Rewards.
     
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  9. smallgiant

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    Just to clear a few things up. Zeek rewards is not a scam, ponzi, HYIP or any other type of get rich quick scheme.

    It is a long term program, and does payout. They have a solid business model, a legitimate headquarters, and even have their own ewallet coming out. They just implemented phone support in addition to email support. There are weekly conference calls.

    They have hired two of the best lawyers in the US to work for them. One specializes in federal compliance with regards to investments and online ventures. The other is one of the best tax law professionals in the country, and has been published as such. They also have just sent out all the 1099's for 2011.

    It is a great company and can be good money for anyone who joins. Whether you can drive traffic to get sales, have lots of contacts, or even if you're a complete noob.

    Also, I've talked to BigBuddy in the past about this. He doesn't have an overall problem with the company. However, every time someone makes these threads it turns into two possible things. Flamefest or recruitfest. If it was just a discussion it would be ok, but I highly doubt this thread will be anything different.
     
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  10. mrfarshay

    mrfarshay Junior Member

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    Sad if they take it down best chance most people have at making an income online. I'm new to the forum so maybe i am missing something but here's some info:

    Zeek Rewards

    14 Year old company . This is not a cycler program or an investment company that opens shop for 6 months then crashes & burnes.

    #1/#2 MLM in the WORLD: You don't achieve this rank if you are a scam or ripping people off. When a company reaches a status of this level it's because people are succeeding & being able to actually make money and stay with the company.

    Well known tax attorneys & lawyers have joined the Zeek Rewards team. Look them up if you don't know who they are. Kevin Grimes, Howard Kaplan & many more. The simple fact that they have hired big time lawyers and attorneys to stay in compliance with the goverment should show you they are not a "SCAM".

    Okay so how could a company let people put money into their system to pay percent interests to people & sustain the business.


    First Zeekler is the other section of their company. It is a penny auction site. If a customer wants sixty penny bids he spends $60.00. When an item sells on that site for $150.00 the company has just made $1500.00 of the sold product.

    Example: Television sells for $300. The customer is happy because he spent at most $300 for a brand new TV. The company is happy because they made $3000 off a $800 tv. These auctions run all day everyday and the company brings in massive amounts of money.

    On a side note affiliates join zeek rewards because they understand if they purchase zeek sample bids & get VIP POINTS(this is $) they get an average of 1.4 to 1.8% back to them after they post their one ad for the day.


    Why or how could the company pay so many people this %? Easy everyone is required to post 1 ad a day. They have over 200,000 affiliates posting at least 1 ad a day on the internet that is driving traffic to their Penny Auction site (Which is always a win for them no matter what).

    So the zeek rewards is happy because massive amounts of traffic are spending money on the auction, affiliates are happy because they can legitimately post 1 ad a day & gain a small percent back.

    $2000 x 1.8 % = $36 a day & this grows.




    I have not put any affiliate links or contact information. I have simply explained that this is an honest way to make money so if you have questions or want to debate on this please feel free.
     
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  11. khirad

    khirad BANNED BANNED

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    Pyramid Marketing is scam

    Nothing more to say other than research it yourself.
     
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  12. mrfarshay

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    I'm looking through the affiliate thread and didn't see many realistic ways for people to generate a real income. My opening post just told people to do their own research about the company.

    It's funny so far the only comeback is its a "pyramid scheme" /"scam" Try explaining your reasoning. Then people might take you seriously
     
  13. smallgiant

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    I also want to just add some more truth to this thread, as most people just see some of the misinformation or sales pitches floating around the web.

    In essence this company works like any other affiliate program. Your job is to get leads, sales and traffic. Anytime someone buys bids from the penny auction site you get 20% commission, and you also get a 100% matching bonus to you VIP point balance. Now the VIP point balance and retail profit pool is the part most people seem to scream scam at. Every day if you post 1 ad you are qualified for daily rewards. Basically, whatever is in your retail profit pool is grown by anywhere from 0.9% to 2.1% for that day. Depending on what you set your retail profit pool percent at you can either completely get 100% more sample bids and let your account grow or take out a % and have cash. Most people, such as myself, use the 80/20 model to let your account grow while still make money.

    Now they also have checks and balances on their system. All points are on a 90 day cycle to avoid exponential growth. Basically whatever you put in on day 1 will drop off on day 91, then day 2 will drop off on day 92, etc... This means you can still make money as long as you are always doing you "job" and posting your ad.

    Now for some people they truly think this is just simple and easy money. People lie to get new affiliates and the company is actively tracking these people. There are new compliance rules regarding what affiliates can say and do to recruit new members. You cannot say it is an investment, and you cannot say it requires no referring because it is untrue.

    Our job is still the same as any other affiliate program. To get traffic to their penny auction site. Without that profit then the company makes no money. However, for people who are not talented with recruiting, advertising, and IM they have a 5cc program. Basically you will pay for the company to throw in your affiliate link on regular Google traffic and banner advertising. That way you still get signups, but you have to pay for it.

    Anyone can get started with this company, but it is stupid to join as a free member unless you know you can get tons of recruits and sales. Otherwise it honestly takes about $33 to have a functional account to start out with.

    I can't really think of anything else to add at the moment, but hopefully this clears some things up.
     
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  14. mrfarshay

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    You don't need a complex strategy or method to be successful with zeek rewards. An affiliate can earn a number of different ways but most people focus on only two.

    1. You can purchase zeek sample bids ($1 for 1 bid). The affiliate then is required to give the bids away to customers. When the bids go away they get VIP POINTS in return for every bid givin away. Now when the affiliate post & submits his ad for the day he earns from a daily profit sharing pool & will gain an average of 1.4% to 1.8% on his VIP POINTS.

    -So if you can copy / paste you can make money- (no pyramid)


    2. The other thing people focus on is the matrix (pyramid). If you are skilled at marketing and advertising you can earn by having others join the business. I wont break this down.


    Since Zeek Rewards allows affiliates to easily earn from the first mentioned method, if people can't duplicate your efforts or understand how to market / advertise online they can still make money & the affiliate who brought them in doesn't have to worry so much on retention rate.


    -The second part of your question I cannot provide you. I have told you how to make money with the profit sharing pool. Unfortunately I can't give away my marketing secrets on how I bring in affiliates to my business. But like I mentioned before people can decide to build a team or not & still be successful.

    Also unfortunately it is against their compliance rules to show proof of income. I would love to screenshot just to ice cake but I'm not allowed sorry.


    "If you make a purchase from ZeekRewards you are purchasing a SUBSCRIPTION for a Premium Business Center or you are purchasing Zeek Sample bids for giving away to your customers. You are NOT purchasing stock or any other form of "investment" or equity. You MUST actually use the bids that you purchase or give them away as samples to help grow your business. Affiliates who present our products to others in a misleading manner or in a way that leads the buyer to believe he or she is making an investment or purchasing equities will be terminated and all commissions and awards will be forfeited. Buyers MUST read the entire How It Works and Get Paid pages on the ZeekRewards website and the Legal Disclaimers."
    Automatic translations by Google Translate are provided for your convenience, however, the English Terms and Conditions are authorative and binding. If there's ever a conflict in meaning between languages, the English version shall be considered authoritative.​
     
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    The term pyramid scheme is when you have to sign up other people under you and they have to sign people under them and so on and so on. Its a proven fact they only person that profits from such business models, is the smug bastard sitting at the top of the pyramid.

    I've done a little research on Zeek Rewards and there are conflicting arguments, some saying the business model of Zeek Rewards and Zeekler is a pyramid scheme and some say this is bullshit and a legit company.

    Personal preference - NOT INTERESTED. But thanks for the info!
     
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    Anyone here have any experience with them? I make a little research today and i read a lot of "scam", "pyramide" articles, but no one share real experience with details. How exaclly they do the scam?
     
  17. mrfarshay

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    I can agree with you on the pyramid portion. But Zeek Rewards has cleverly added many other ways for the affiliates to earn. This destroys the whole "pyramid scheme" theory.


    Once again I would like to know what the "arguments & claims" people are making. Any detailed information or specific reasoning?


    That was the point of the thread. Give people a legit way of making money and allow them to do their own research & make a business deciscion.
     
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  18. mrfarshay

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    First most likely the "scam, pyramid, articles etc" that you are reading are from other marketers either in another business trying to recruit you or they are zeek rewards affiliates using those keywords ....because they know people search these terms. Once you actually read the article look for the twist & the pitch to join their business.

    This is marketing/101 & most people in here should be able to read between the bs & the actual scam claims.
     
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  19. smallgiant

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    I think this is how it will always be though. Some people see anything with an MLM component as 100% scam. Others realize that not everything is a scam. Truth is almost every business in the world has some kind of pyramid or MLM system in place. When you really think about it, the model itself isn't flawed. However, the business underlying the model can be severely flawed. Still, I personally think the zeek/zeekler business model is currently a sound one. They have already stated they only share 50% of the profit with affiliates. Obviously, someone is getting rich.

    I have no doubt that the top people on zeek rewards are making tons of money. In fact, I've seen one of the accounts for an early member. He is a Californian business owner, who owns a very large chain of restaurants many people have eaten at. When I saw his account, about 2 months ago he had over 300,000 points. Taking an average of 1.5% daily that comes to about $4500 a day, however lets say realistically he was losing a 1/4 due to 90 day drop off. That leaves $3375. He would then probably be rebuying with 80%. That takes away $2700. So realistically he was making about $675 a day.

    This of course doesn't include commissions from sales or matrix commissions either.
     
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  20. smallgiant

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    This actually very true. When I was deciding on whether to join or not, every article I read was from someone like me. They were all marketers trying to steal the zeek rewards traffic, and then get you to sign up for something else.

    Funny how different things look once you've seen behind the curtain.
     
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