Much of the confusion and uncertainty surrounding Rippln can be attributed to the manner in which the creators have marketed the scheme.
A silly affiliate NDA, lack of information on the corporate structure and ownership of Rippln, a compensation plan and business model that appears to have not been finalised, nothing concrete on the app the company is supposedly based around… and the list goes on.
Despite the company’s best efforts to thwart those interested from conducting thorough due diligence into the company, a purported 200,000+ people have handed over their personal information and signed on.
At the time of publication, any and all efforts to acquire specific details on the MLM side of Rippln have been met with a tin-can “we are currently in buzz marketing mode now and not accepting payment from affiliates, so we’re not currently disclosing anything further” type response.
Despite these efforts however, today we take you behind the Rippln veil and share what has thus far been uncovered. [Read the rest of this entry...]