FutureNet refuse to refund media points “internal currency”
If you bought a can of coke and consumed it, you wouldn’t be surprised if a request for a refund was flatly denied.
In FutureNet things are a little bit different. Affiliates are spending thousands of dollars on what the company refers to as “media points”, only to be told the “internal currency” cannot be refunded.
Recently a FutureNet affiliate decided to join the company buy purchasing a Royal position. A Royal position costs $1851 and provides a FutureNet affiliate with a position in each of their six matrix cycler tiers.
Earlier this year Adrian Hibbert, a FutureNet affiliate, claimed that affiliates who purchased a Royal position before the end of March could “turn $1685 into $3870 GUARANTEED!!!”
Rather than bill the affiliate directly for $1851 (the cost seems to have gone up since March), FutureNet processed the payment in $500 increments.
This raised suspicion, prompting the affiliate to claim a refund “within literally minutes”.
Months after the refund request was made, to date it remains unresolved.
As to the odd $500 segmented payments, the affiliate was told
it was the only way I could do it (something about Polish laws) and it was the only way for me to avoid extra fees as well (all of this according to a top guy in the company who sponsored me).
Whether FutureNet are segmenting payments intentionally at $500 to avoid triggering money laundering filters is unclear.
The reason FutureNet continue to deny the affiliate’s refund request is the insistence the affiliate has received the products they paid for.
Here’s the problem though: The only “product” the affiliate has received to date are media points.
As per a FutureNet customer support rep, media points are
some sort of our internal currency. It can be exchanged for most of the products we have.
As at the time of publication, the affiliate has yet to spend one media point on any FutureNet product or service.
The account has basically been left untouched since $1851 was initially paid when they signed up.
Going by FutureNet’s customer support, it appears the company is trying to pass off its media points as an actual product or service.
Worse still the affiliate claims that prior to signing up, they were not advised either by their upline or FutureNet that they’d be infact purchasing non-refundable media points.
As per the FutureNet Terms and Conditions:
Possible cancellation of the use of products and services does not entail the refund of the paid fee.
In exchange for the fee paid the User obtains Media Points serving as settlement units, and a number of other additional products and services depending on the type of Premium account.
$1851 of real money has been converted into an “internal currency”, with no actual products or services having been purchased and/or provided. Yet FutureNet have thus far refused to issue a refund.
If FutureNet being little more than a six-tier matrix cycler with no retail wasn’t enough to turn you off, be aware that if you buy in – even if you don’t receive a product or service – you’re not getting your money back anytime soon.
After months of being unable to get a refund from FutureNet, the affiliate claims they are “a bunch of crooks with no integrity”.
Hibbert is a known scammer.. Every business he has been involved in bar one that I know off has earned him a fortune at the expense of others.
Hopefully this time the authorities will “Take action”. He is pushing Exitus now, when will this guy stop???
Your posts get more lame every time. You can’t make a forced matrix a ponzi scheme first of all!
Everyone knows that when they join FN, each tier you buy into, you are given a virtual product such as cloud storage, autoresponders, Video email system etc.
Isn’t it about time you became more productive and discussed something positive?
This happened to me. Very bad business. It’s like you give me $1800 and I turn it into monopoly money for a game I’m allowing you to play.
Only I didn’t play the game and immediately decide I want my money back instead. You say SORRY NO REFUNDS. And I never used your product, not once. VERY bad business!
So anyone selling these products or are ONLY members buying them? If only members are buying them then surely you have a ponzi scheme.
If no one outside the scheme is buying the products. The products are just tokens that mean nothing as the sole reason you are buying the products is for the income.
SO you can stop playing games here. No one buying into the “we are buying products”, you can come up with something more valid to explain your scheme.
Adrian Hibbert is a notorious ponzi pimp. Traffic Monsoon and FutureNet to name just two, has earned him and his family Tens of Thousands of Dollars.
He of course has moved on to yet another one, and his sheeple are following him across. He leaves Hundreds of people out of pocket, and then tells them they shouldnt put all their eggs in one basket.
Sure you can, you invest $x and once enough subsequent investments have been made you get paid >$x.
That’s a ROI, funded out of subsequently invested funds, making FutureNet a matrix cycler Ponzi scheme.
What you bundle with a Ponzi scheme is irrelvant. Traffic Monsoon had adcredits, Zeek Rewards had penny auction bids, TelexFree had a VOIP service.
Isn’t it time you stopped scamming people Ryan? Drop the charade and be honest with yourself, scamming people in matrix cyclers has nothing to do with the bitcoin lifestyle you purport to represent.
Do they accept mavro as a payment option?