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FutureNet/FutureAdPro - SCAM


FutureNet is the latest in a long line of unique programmes that's different from everybody else. Aren't they all? Let's take a look...

So what IS Future Net? What does it do? I'll let them explain:

'Our Vision:
We create the first social network platform, which has innovative tools for communicating and our own products to help people around the world realize their full potential on the internet.

Our mission:
We are the most innovative social networking platform that connects and inspires people around the world to pursue their potential on the internet, providing them with constantly new products and solutions.'

Are you any the wiser? Nope, me neither. 

The Company was started in 2012, but wasn't launched until 2014.  


The FutureNet Office is based here:

UL. ULANSKA 5 52-213 WROCLAW POLAND.





Looks like a real office doesn't it?
Unfortunately, it isn't. It's a house, in a quiet residential street, dressed up to look like a real office:




  And what have we got here? Looks like this isn't the first PONZI registered here:


'One-Line Online -GreenLine' was started  in 2013 - now closed. And who used to run it? A gentleman called Stephan Morgenstern.



So TWO PONZIS have been run out of the SAME house! Don't you just LOVE Google Street view? I really love the 'real' staff photos, great touch.  And a real (fake) office as well!  Note the cosy Office fireplace, very cool. And the 'no expense spared' desks. I especially love all the files on the back wall. Nothing says, 'this is a real business' more than shelves full of files.




And this is their OTHER registered address:
Trust Company Complex, Ajeltake road, Majuro, Marshall Islands.
Which is nothing more than a Tax avoidance/Authority avoidance address shared with many other companies:

'The registered address of the Corporation in the Republic of the Marshall Islands is Trust Company Complex, Ajeltake Road, Ajeltake Island, P.O. Box 1405, Majuro, Marshall Islands MH96960. The name of the Corporation’s registered agent at such address is The Trust Company of the Marshall Islands, Inc. The Board of Directors of the Corporation (the “Board of Directors”) may establish branches, offices or agencies in any place in the world and may appoint legal representatives anywhere in the world.'

So who runs this Ponzi:
Stephan Morgenstern!



Stephan Morgenstern, the Founder and CEO:

'Stephan is 52 years old. He is German but he has been living in Poland for 2,5 years.
Stephan is an entrepreneur and a leader in MLM for over 25 years.
He builds Organisations with more than 500.000 people all over the world.
Stephan has been working in his career together with the biggest leaders of the network marketing industry.
He has been opening different companies in Germany, Austria and Europe.
In three companies he was involved in a management teams.
Stephan was a speaker on big events in Germany, Austria, Europe, Dubai, Turkey, Salt Lake City and Las Vegas.
Stephan’s philosophy for success in network marketing is: “First you need to realize, that your network marketing business is like a family, traditional business. Work like it was a million dollar company. If you want to have a successful partners you need to help and teach them. ”
After over 2 years of preparations, Stephan has come into the market, in partnership of his best friend and business partner Roman Ziemian from the FutureNet.
Stephan: “With FutureNet all my business dreams come true. We are building a platform for people from all over the world. Take a look at our vision and our mission. Then you can see exactly what the FutureNet is.
I am inviting you to build your own company at the FutureNet platform.”


Roman Ziemian, the OTHER Founder and CEO 

'Roman was born in 1973 in Jelenia Góra and is a father of three children aged: 9, 21 and 23. He had lived in Poland until he was 19 years old. Roman is a graduate of a music school in Jelenia Gora and the School of Arts and Craft.
His story related to enterprise started at the age of 15 by establishing his first trading company. In 1992, he moved to the Netherlands for one-year internship in the company called Mamoth Antiek.

When he had returned to Poland, he was working as a manager of assembly department; he was also entrusted with responsibilities of a head of logistics and customs clearance department.
In 1994 he left for Germany, where he remained for 13 years accumulating knowledge and experience. He was studying at the International Institute of Higher Education in Zittau. He was acquiring knowledge and professional experience at the same time and after a year of having a full-time tenured job, he opened his first company under the name ‚ProfiBau‘. Having operated for 4 years on German market, Roman opened another company providing equipment for gastronomic outlets. In 2003 he bought a paper company. In the years 2006-2009 was the owner of Concrete Factory and Concrete Accessories.
In his previous professional career, he has cooperated with many European companies and corporations, such as: BASF, SIEMENS, RAIFAISEN BANK, Skanska, HEILIT + WOERNER and with many others seated in France, Austria, Cyprus, Poland, Sweden and the Netherlands. Over the past few years, he held the position of a president and board member in several companies.
By employing dozens of people, Roman has gained experience in managing an international team of people.
Roman is a great organizer, a treasury of ideas and an experienced manager who tries to find solution to each problem that stands in his way. He works with devotion and dedication to the cause and for the good of the company and its partners. His greatest passion, which takes most of his time and holds a special place in his heart is the FutureNet, What is more, he is actively and passionately engaged in horse riding and skiing.'


And, last but not least -
Marcelina Jachyra, the Management Team Assistant.



There's no information on her other than on her Facebook page.

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So what IS FutureNet? This research comes from an Official Video. It takes ELEVEN minutes before they even mention 'products'. And what takes up the first ELEVEN minutes? What to do when you join! 

First of all, you have to do a task.
Your first task is..to find somebody else who wants to join!



'Your first task is to focus in 90% on building the distribution system and in 10% on forming a network of customers.'

And the next task?



'Your task for the next three months will be to continue sponsoring new distribution partner, in addition, you need to help your first partner sponsor his one new partner as well. Just show him the video and he will learn everything you have learnt.' 

And what have you learnt? To SPONSOR! But you must start TODAY!
Fast forward three months and FutureNet are now assuming that you've sponsored THREE people. So what's your task now? You'll never guess? 





'Your task for the next three months will be to sponsor another personal partner and provide assistance to your three current partners  so that each of them could sponsor a new partner as well'.

Getting a bit repetitive isn't it? Maybe the next task will be easier?
Fast forward NINE months:


FutureNet are now assuming you've been working REALLY hard and managed to get SEVEN partners.

'Therefore, you have a team of seven distribution partners after nine months. 
And what will happen in the next three months? Nothing new: you just keep sponsoring one new partner and help your current partners do the same.'

That sounds SO simple doesn't it! So what training do you need to help all your partners?
You'll never guess. You have to tell them - TO RECRUIT more people. And THOSE people recruit MORE people...who recruit MORE people! 
AND, if you keep doing this amazing business strategy you'll become 'a very profitable business person'. Eat your heart out Mark Zuckerberg!

Fast forward FOUR years! You've followed the amazing FutureNet business strategy
and guess what? You've only managed to get an astonishing  65,535 partners!



Astonishing success rate isn't it - except...they spent six whole minutes on their Official Video explaining all of the above and then spent the next minute saying it's only THEORETICALLY possible! 
Darn it - I thought I could retire on FutureNet earnings! I'm gutted!
So why won't all this work? Well, for a start. We are PEOPLE. I know..who'd have thought it eh? And secondly, these figures are based on people who ACTUALLY join. I see. 
And thirdly? Well, some people will actually LEAVE - maybe because the recruitment goals are a tad high? Just a thought...BUT, lots of people WILL stay! AND bring in others!
They'll network, and make LOADS of money. HOW? 
I'll let them explain again:

'What exactly do the Networkers, who actually earn high Income, have to do? The answer is simple:
They understand the principle behind network marketing idea and focus, without exception, on the power of duplication.' 

The power of duplication? Yup. To be successful with FutureNet, you have to get up twenty minutes earlier, EVERY DAY FOR ONE HUNDRED DAYS  and watch their video!
THEN, you'll be COMPLETELY BRAINWASHED into believing this complete load of hogswash!

  
'Here is your first task: from now on watch this video EVERY DAY IN THE MORNING,
From Monday to Sunday, From Monday to Sunday, From Monday to Sunday, for the next 100 days.'

The video then goes on to say that you must also watch a webinar EVERY DAY. You can choose to watch it in the morning, afternoon or evening. And then you're tasked with getting just one of your partners to do the same! 

So what on earth do FUTURENET actually DO? Finally, after listening to 11 minutes of repetitive nonsense, we get the answer:





'How does it work? In a very simple way:
Basically FutureNet offers fantastic products including our multimedia, the FutureNet Steering System, the Future-CLOUD, the Future BLOG  system, our Future-Video emails and many many more'

So, to re-cap. You spend as much time as possible recruiting as many people as possible
who will also recruit as many people as possible who will also recruit.

So once you have all these people, what do they spend their money on?
                                                Fake Ponzi PRODUCTS!

1/ FutureNet Multi Media.
    Every time you log in, depending on how much you give them - you get FREE money.
    FutureNet are the ONLY company to do this! FACEBOOK don't do this because they keep    all the money for themselves - while FUTURENET give it all away and STILL make tons of     money!  Mark Zuckerberg could surely learn something from you guys!

2/ Future Cloud.
    No info on this yet, but you can bet your bottom dollar these clouds aren't the white     fluffy variety!

3/ FutureBlog system.
   Let me guess? You have to WRITE blogs to earn a few cents? You could write reams and reams on how to RECRUIT future suckers couldn't you? FutureNet give you LOADS of tips! Is there a prize for the best one? Maybe a book deal? A film...free money???   

4/Future Video Emails.
Well that one's easy. Make videos saying how AMAZING FutureNet is!  

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I've saved the best bit till last. What's the ONLY reason you join these schemes?
 (I know, I know. It's SUPPOSED to be all that lovely advertising revenue share you get for your $50 ad- packs. The standard nonsense that makes you $60 as if by magic)
But we all know that's a load of cobblers. 
What you REALLY join for is the lovely REFERRAL COMMISSION!

And boy, do FutureNet have a massive COMMISSION Structure!

(Apologies to 'Behind MLM' for borrowing their excellent FutureNet Referral Commission list, but if I have to listen to any more FutureNet videos, I'll probably throw myself off the nearest building!)

http://behindmlm.com/mlm-reviews/futurenet-review-1685-six-tier-matrix-cycler/

Unilevel Commissions
Residual commissions in FutureNet are paid out using a unilevel compensation structure.
A unilevel compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate places directly under them (level 1):

If any of these level 1 affiliates go on to recruit new affiliates of their own, they are placed on level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.

If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 3 and so on and so forth down a theoretical infinite number of levels.

FutureNet pay out commissions starting at level 6, subject to the following affiliate recruitment criteria:
recruit 6 affiliates – 2% on level 6
recruit 7 affiliates – 2% on level 6 and 3% on level 7
recruit 8 affiliates – 2% on level 6, 3% on level 7 and 4% on level 8
recruit 9 affiliates – 2% on level 6, 3% on level 7, 4% on level 8 and 5% on level 9
recruit 10 affiliates – 2% on level 6, 3% on level 7, 4% on level 8, 5% on level 9 and 6% on level 10


Matrix Commissions

Matrix commissions in FutureNet use a 3×5 matrix compensation structure.
A 3×5 matrix places an affiliate at the top of a 3×5 matrix, with three positions directly under them (level 1).

Commissions are paid out as a percentage of the fees paid by affiliates purchasing positions in the matrix:
levels 1 and 2 – 5%
levels 3 and 4 – 10%
level 5 – 15%

There are five matrices a FutureNet affiliate can purchase positions in:
Tier 1 – $10
Tier 2 – $25
Tier 3 – $50
Tier 4 – $100
Tier 5 – $500
Tier 6 – $1000

Additional matrix positions are granted based on the commission payouts on levels three to five of a matrix.

Once an affiliate has generated the required amount to purchase a new position on any of these levels, they are awarded a new matrix position at that particular level.

Eg. Once $100 has been generated between levels 3 to 5 of a Tier 4 matrix, they receive a position in a new Tier 4 matrix.

After this initial position has been created that all subsequent matrix commissions on levels 3 to 5 are paid to the affiliate as a commission.
Matching Bonus

A FutureNet affiliate can earn a matching bonus on matrix earnings of their personally recruited affiliates.

The Matching Bonus is paid out as a percentage of these earnings, with how much of a percentage paid out determined by a FutureNet affiliate’s personal recruiting efforts:
recruit 1 affiliate – 20%
recruit 3 affiliates – 40%
recruit 5 affiliates – 60%
recruit 6 affiliates – 80%
recruit 8 affiliates – 100%



And...

Help just 10 People Get to 50 Ad Packs and You Earn $1200 per month - $14,400 per year
Help just 10 People Get to 100 Ad Packs and You Earn $2400 per month - $28,800 per year
Help just 10 People Get to 200 Ad Packs and You Earn $4800 per month - $57,600 per year

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Lets take this to the next level....
Help just 20 People Get to 50 Ad Packs and You Earn $2400 per month - $28,800 per year
Help just 20 People Get to 100 Ad Packs and You Earn $4800 per month - $57,600 per year
Help just 20 People Get to 200 Ad Packs and You Earn $9600 per month - $115,200 per year
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Don't forget the calculation above is worked on just being paid Commissions on your 1st Level Only at 8%....
If the people that you recruit get to work you will be paid 4% on your 2nd Level....so you can Add another 50% uplift to those commissions above
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Also we haven't taken into consideration above the Revenue you will be earning from your own Personally Purchased Ad Packs and also we are not taking in consideration all the bonuses you will be earning from the Matrix when that starts to grow....‪‎FutureNet‬ is a GOLDMINE !!!!!

No! It's a PONZI!
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In conclusion:
FutureNet is 100% Ponzi- Scam. 
It's focus is on Recruitment and it's vast array of Commissions and Bonuses. It promises that same old tired, formula of a $10 profit on your $50 AdPack which means a LOSS on every pack it sells. And it's premises are just a house - dressed up to look real!

17th January 2017
COINS! The last way to squeeze out every last cent from long suffering affiliates. As long as you don't plan on using them for anything other than monopoly, they'll be at least partially useful.
http://behindmlm.com/companies/futurenet-announce-plans-for-altcoin-pump-dump-scheme/

2nd April 2017
Question:
Why don't FutureNet accept Visa and Mastercard?
Answer:
So your money can't be refunded via Chargeback!




More to follow...Watch This Space!




58 comments:

  1. Lee oshea (a poor imitation of slimy Simon stepsys) is promoting this like crazy, just like he did with traffic monsoon (almost dead) and hq revshare (completely dead). Him being involved is enough proof that this is a scam!

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  2. I really admire the time you donate and the diligence you undertake in exposing and hounding these scammers.

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    1. Thanks anon. Much appreciated.

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    2. Hey dear, how much Facebook and all the rest of platform social media pay you for all the rubbish you write? I am with FutureNet and I can see my amazing results and I feel sorry for people like you that love put down other business. How do you think all the rest of the social media platform start from the bottom. I pray to the Lord that all the negative that people like you put in a company like FutureNet to come back to you and all your businesses. I use FutureNet and I am loving it and I wish that one day in the near future you will be asking us to let you be in it. I pet Facebook pay you shit lost of my to say all your rubbish.

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    3. Hey Dear! Facebook pay me? Seriously hahahhahhaha! I wish they did, I could retire. Instead I have to read silly comments like yours. Come back in two years time dear, and we'll see whose right.

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  3. Thanks Tara.

    I looked at this in detail earlier in the year and thought it was a scam and started warning people away from it in February.

    Will now start sharing this link.

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  4. Brilliant article. Keep up the good work Tara. I read something about Lee Oshea here and its sadly true. This guy was an ex binary options trader wannabe who has lured new people into ponzi scams in the last year. Based in Dubai he works for a hospital as a marketing director. He is a highly dangerous individual and needs to be exposed. Tara maybe a full expose ''Stepsys style''? We are monitoring him closely and i will be passing on all information to the Dubai authorities in due course.

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    1. I have a JOB. An honest one. How do you make money???

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    2. Well well well...look what we've got here...a censure...The very thing u proclaimed to be against...Ur not bugged...u r overtaken by Virus:-) No fixing for u...sorry :( u will be subject to deletion from The Matrix.But don't u worry. Since u r just a program there will be no pain ;-)

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    3. Anon, the comment was removed BY THE AUTHOR, not me!

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  6. I joined this and payed into the matrix twice first $10 then $25, found out if you message lots you get more cash bonus, which is pennies lol. Anyhoo found a system out for messaging lots from others on there, only to result in me being BANNED for 2 days WTF I put MY money into this and they stop me using it , CRAP !!!

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  7. Hi Tara, thank you so much for this post!
    A couple of days ago one guy tried to talk me into it, tried all possible arguments including stuff like 'well if you don't want to make money, I understand', but I still refused to join. Too much experience with these scams - my father worked for Amway back in the 90s. The only two legitimate ways to make tons of money I know of is either to invest or roll up your sleeves, work your ass off and keep an eye on your budget.
    Your article is the best in depth analysis of this scam I have found on the web. Kudos to you! I'll keep my eye on your blog :)
    Mags, UK

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    1. You're very welcome Anon, glad you like it, and VERY glad I saved you some money!

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  8. Thank you so much for this article. I was contacted last night by a man claiming to be a co owner of this company. He was very pushy and mean, and refused to take no for an answer when he asked me to sign up on his page. Little did he know that I am also a blogger and have since written an article about our conversation. It is not live yet, but I wanted you to know that I did reference this article a lot and linked back! Thank you again I really appreciate this article.

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    1. Many thanks Lazy Mom. Let me know when your articles published, I'd really like to read it!

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  9. Hi TARA,

    Sound like MyAdvertisingPays which is still on the market and people are still earning lots of money from it. Am I right that you have lost the court case with MAP and you were forced to take all the bulls***t that you wrote about them of your blog?
    Is there any online marketing company on the market that you have not classified as SCAM???

    Why don't you classify twitter or facebook as a SCAM?

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    1. 'people are still earning lots of money from it'.
      Firstly, no they aren't, its all fake numbers that people like you believe are real.
      Secondly, the court case was thrown out months ago and Mike managed to commit a Class 3 felony in the process by lying on the court documents. Thirdly, all 'click ten ads a day and get rich' schemes are SCAMS. And lastly, Twitter and Facebook? Seriously lol...

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  10. Tara Hi, I notice that the third party advertising and games packages etc are not being taken into consideration here This is what feeds the REAL TIME rev share that is paid out via the "click ten ads a day" system. It is not a fly by night get rich quick system. Once earning enough daily income to withdraw 5% is held back to go into the auto upgrade for your matrix.There is also a fantastic support system via team members and upline ...I wish you the best of luck in your choices and it saddens me that you haven't grasped the concept of teamwork

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    1. My personal opinion is that Tara has grasped the concept of teamwork as she is helping an enormous amount of people to not get brainwashed! Are you Siobhan listening to "webinars" everyday? Paying a "fee" every month to earn? If you are then unfortunately you have, along with thousands of others, been and being brainwashed! Unless it's your money going into your business (which it isnt as you are paying a third party) then you are paying to be paid!
      Then you, Siobhan are also extracting money from people the same way as it's being extracted from you by signing up innocent people who just want to make some money. How do you sleep at night? Taking money from people where they will never see a return? Of course you can't see this as clearly the brainwashing has worked on you!
      I've looked into these schemes along with some professional and extremely successful people and find it absolutely amazing that people still fall for the trap, desperate times they must be in!

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  11. Hi Tara, you've written a good article. I came on this page to see what your take on FutureNet is. However, unfortunately I found that it's inaccurate and misleading on numerous points about the compensation plan. Instead of watching outdated videos and third party information you are better off doing your own research. You are able to join as a free member and have access to all the compensation plan in numerous languages. I'm sure there'll be at least one that you will understand. If after that you are still unable to see where you've gone wrong then post here and I will help you. As long as you agree to share some of your advertising earnings you get from such misleading blogs with Autism Awareness Charity.

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    1. exactly, Tara has no idea how to write an actual unbiased review. Pathetic really..

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    2. But I'm not reviewing it Mike, I'm 'telling' you its a Ponzi. And if, after reading all of the above, you STILL think it's legit, there's no hope for you.

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  12. Hey Tara, whilst these businesses are often not sustainable, many people DO make money for a while, often way more than their principal. Whilst ethically, it may be that some will not make money if they come in late, many do make money that is why they are popular. I agree with you that in many ways these are scams in the sense that they are unsustainable businesses, however, many people dip in make lots of money before it comes down - that is why they are so popular. Normal working people can earn some big money but there are hazards, risks, warnings and it is not a sustainable business model and some will not profit but that is a risk everyone needs to weigh up before taking a punt. I thik your research and detail is superb , I just think you are a little bit unbalanced in saying people dont make money - I know many have made and taken out 3, 4 or 5 times their initial sum. Like it or not, that is the attraction.

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    1. Firstly anon, these aren't 'businesses', they're scams which ruin peoples lives. Secondly, the majority of people THINK they've made money, but actually haven't. The earnings are never withdrawn. Thirdly, a 'punt' is a bet with odds you can count on. Scams are scams, no matter how you dress them up. The small minority of people who make money out of these scams are just taking it from people who've lost it. Its disgusting, pure and simple.

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  13. Thanks TARA, I'm telling EVERYONE I know about your site. There's a massive netwrok of these dodgy daves about... for instance that Asian Pakistani fellah in the UK and that Adrian Hibbert fellah.

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  14. Firstly I want to say I know many people who are with this company and are doing really well and I have seen proof that they are getting thier money from futurenet and making good money every one sees this different and has thier options on this but I know this works

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    1. Sherri, every ponzi pays out at first. If it didn't, it couldn't recruit NEW suckers. It's when the well runs dry that the trouble starts.

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  15. How about visiting the "fake office", which is opened for everyone (and you can easily find multiple movies from common people in internet) and talk to "fake employees", "fake CEO", drink "fake coffee there", etc...

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    1. Drinking coffee with scammers is indeed tempting..but I'd rather watch paint dry in the Artic. But thanks for the offer Anon!

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    2. Virtual coffe.. remember..

      There is no offer. You simply lie in the beginning of article... so why to bother reading the rest?

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    3. Anon, the 'coffee' is fake. The 'office' is fake. The 'business' is fake. Its a PONZI. 100%. And I've never lied about anything in my life...not since I was five anyway lol, so do please tell me which part of my post you think I've lied about?

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  16. 1. Looks like a real office doesn't it?
    2. 'real' staff photos.

    Trying to be ironic? Coool... but why to lie? :)

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    1. 1. LOOKS like a real office - IT ISN'T...IT'S A PONZI!
      2. 'REAL' staff photos - they aren't REAL staff, they run a PONZI scam!

      Good grief! The 'OFFICE' has already been used for another PONZI, and the 'OFFICE' is in the middle of a RESIDENTIAL STREET! Wake up you silly person..next you'll be telling me ' I make money, so it can't be a PONZI!'

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  17. Hi Tara,
    You analysis about futurenet is wonderfull. A lady on my facebook advertised this scam. So i contacted her for more information and i got the video. After watching,i got more confused and suspicious. The fact that de head office is based in poland-europe and transactions is in dollars bothers me. SO i decided to do more research; de first site i came across claimed that it is a scam but the analysis and facts were not detailed like yours. I was glad to read yours and really appreciate all your efforts to warn people. It is very sad dat despite your good analysis, that some people still want to believe in this castle build of sands...
    Dont get wary or deter, keep the good work going.

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    1. Many thanks Anon, so glad I've saved you some money!

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    2. What currency should be used then in your opinion? Polish zloty (PLN)? Pretty strange thinking. Dollar is more common for worldwide community in my opinion :)

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    3. Anon/FutureNet Insider, I'm not here to discuss with you the finer points of why you think FutureNet is real. It isn't. End of. If you don't like it. Tough.

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  18. I am withdrawing from them every 2 weeks for 3 months already, everything ok and fast. Not even a single complain in our Whatsapp group and we are hundreds there

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    1. All ponzis pay out in the beginning. But the money you're getting is just from new referrals. New money in, pays older members withdraws. That's how ponzis work. And you won't see many or any 'negative' or bad comments about FutureNet in your groups because if somebody posts the truth, the comments get deleted and the affiliate gets banned.

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    2. I'm sorry but I've to disagree completely on your that reason there isn't a bad comment on her WhatsApp group... Please comments don't get deleted on WhatsApp. If you delete it from your end it still not deleted in the other end of the chat. Only on telegram secret chat feature is that possible. Please get that right.
      About your I'm not totally in agreement, some facts are right and others are really misplaced. That an office is a residential building or district doesn't automatically make it a scam regardless of what you might think. I've never ran a ponzi company but even when I was starting my business firm I started in my house, just like many other businesses that started at home or in a residential district. Even Steve Jobs Apple company started in his father's garage, right in their basement. It's also wrong to think that a small handful of staff in a photo, even if some of them are family members and friends, simply makes a strong case for fake staff. Honestly it's insulting to young business start-ups. I came from a family of small start-ups and I being a graphic designer and photographer and to work for my two elder sisters who also had young startup companies without money to push their company but dreams of a better future. My two elder sisters were a makeup artist and a fashion designer respectively and my younger sister is an amateur model and a dancer and she had pose with my sister's designs while I shoot the photographs and my eldest sister handles the makeup. And this was just to make sure we don't give up on our dreams. Occasionally friends will come in to lend a hand. In your analysis we should also be regarded as a fake staff. Remember I was paid no matter how little. Which qualifies as a job.
      I have said a lot and won't want continue stressing my point. I respect your view but I don't agree to sense of objectiveness.
      Thanks

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    3. You can write as many words as you like PG, it's still a SCAM.

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  19. OK, time will tell ofc as for now they are paying fast and I am half way through to get back my investment

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  20. Whether Ponzi or not. This is one of the best innovation on online business. You people say, once its based on recruiting more members, then its a scam.Futurenet is here to stay and change peoples lives. Why call it scam when owners are genuine and doing everything to make this a longterm and sustainable business. With alot of prospects from the owners, am ready to do this business. There is nothing link ponzi here.If you are not interested in doing Futurenet, stop blacklisting it.

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    1. It isn't an 'innovation' its a Ponzi Scam. And it only changes peoples lives by leaving them in debt and possibly homeless/penniless/friendless.

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  21. Hello, Thanks for the article I have warned my friends about this for slightly different reasons to yours ie what are you actually paying for and the whole matrix setup just doesn't seem 100% correct from an Islamic perspective however its difficult to convince anyone when they've invested so much into it. They actually know that it cant last but they're hoping that it will last long enough to get their original money out and then anything they lose will not hurt as much. I discussed this with another friend of mine who thankfully agreed not to join after almost joining them. In his investigation he told me about another person who had lost their house in the trafficmonsoon scam so this is playing with peoples lives. They're gambling on the idea that it won't happen to them but when they get comfortable that's when they'll get hit and it will be too late with no comebacks.

    To any fellow muslims who read my comment Rizq is fixed so find another way to provide for your family , if its written for you then you will find it in another way, getting rich or accumulating wealth is not the purpose of life nor is it the purpose of earning money but it is to provide for your family, solve your problems and help those in need in order to gain reward for the akhirah.

    Thanks again for writing the article.

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    1. Very well put anon. I'm glad you didn't lose any money.

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  22. I came across this Review while checking FutureNet and FutureNet Pro. I have to say from start to Finish this whole review is slated towards it being a Ponzi. A big part is made out of slating the past of the founders and the so called office, as we all know a lot of successful business man have a history of failure and bankruptcy, take for example Donald Trump! The concepts of Multi Level Marketing and revenue share is seen as a scam, while there are loads of ethical companies that use those concepts, they are not illegal and not inherently wrong.

    Lets take a just one thing that you have said that are just not true and not properly researched, one of them is that you state it is a LIE that a adpack increases over time to the value of $60, while everybody whose has purchased the adpack will tell you that they do increase to $60 an increase of 20% a lot better than putting my money in the bank while the interest is almost negative, and an extremely good reason to join this opportunity!

    So your response will probably be even it is true (Yes it is) how do they get the money? Well again if you had bothered to really investigate you would have found out that FutureNet already receives a lot of external advertising revenues, it develops games and other software also for other companies, and even has a shopping platform. This is by no means all of the revenue stream and more are always added making sure that the company can continue to pay the members revenue shares and commissions.

    You mention Facebook, what do you think is more ethical making billions on the back of people using YOUR likes and dislikes, ages, country and region, spending patterns for selling adverts, or FutureNet that rewards people who are active or introduce people with revenue shares and commissions? As you said Facebook makes billions, but does not give them away, FutureNet makes revenue as well but chooses to share it with there members.

    So in my opinion the review was biased and not based upon for example "scammed users" people who have actually lost money, I know as I have been unable to find any.

    IF anybody likes to know the truth about FutureNet, get in touch with me.

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  23. Blogger Rock. Facebook is a REAL company. It has a REAL product and pays REAL taxes. FutureNet is a PONZI that is run in the front of someones living room. You might want to check out one of the Ten Commandments that says 'thou shalt not steal.'

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  24. if something is to good to be true then it definitely is too good to be true.

    stay away guys there is no such thing as free money.

    ive been to the seminar in Birmingham they tried to convince me i wasn't impressed at all.

    they call each other Leaders and the fools who get convinced feel like proud leaders lol wake up peeps u getting hustled.

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  25. Sorry guys, but do you know what is the lifespan of those kind of scams? You can call me cynical, but if my calculations are right and if they will stay on the market for x days (I'm right aprox 160 days) after your initial investment you will get your money back.

    Is there someone who could estimate the collapse time for FN?

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  26. Sorry? You want me to tell you how long I think this scam will last so you can make as much money as you possibly can before it collapses? I can think of many words for you, but cynical isn't one of them.

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  27. I also think that FutureNet isn't a very good business idea, but the way you Tara are talking about it is totally disgusting. I am looking around how to find the place to report your blog. Hopefully I will find this option soon.

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    1. Futurennet isn't a business, it's a PONZI. And the only disgusting things are scammers.

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  28. So when my mom and 2 of her friends is withdrawing about 500 dollars each day its a scam? -_-

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    1. Where does the '$500' a day come from? It comes from NEW investors fresh money. And when Futurenet dries up - as they all do - those new investors will have lost everything. Added to which, if this ponzi is closed down Officially, illegal gains made by individuals will have to be repaid.

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  29. Thank you for this article. I'm from Poland (although currently studying in Scotland) and yesterday my boyfriend's brother tried to convince my bf to try this "business"... I smelled scam since the beginning, but my bf was like "c'mon my brother wouldn't like to con me... It has to work well if he's telling me about it". Fortunately, he changed his mind later, he realised that it was a ponzi. But his brother is mad at me now :D cause I stole him the potential affiliate xD It's so funny (and scary at the same time), the guy has two successful shops and had a café earlier so it seemed to me that he knew some basic rules about economics, entrepreneurship etc. but nope, I was wrong.

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