Wings Network Review: Cloud-service BBOM reboot?
There is no information on the Wings Network website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The Wings Network website domain (“wingsnetwork.com”) was registered on the 9th of November 2011, however the domain registration is set to private.
Why this information isn’t provided on the Wings Network website I can’t say, but the company’s compensation plan names a “Carlos Barbosa” as CEO.
As above, Wings Network simply refers to Barbosa as a “Portuguese citizen”.
Further research reveals Barbosa to have a strong affiliation with the Ponzi scheme BBOM. Below you can see a website advertising tickets to BBOM presentation Barbosa gave, promising an R$800 a month ROI.
See the details of this cheap Franchise in Carlos Barbosa Rs Rio Grande Do Sul where you can initially invest R $ 600,00 in Bronze Plan, R $ 1,800.00 in Silver Plan and $ 3,000.00 in Gold Plan.
BBOM was a $300 – $1500 Ponzi investment scheme that was shutdown by Brazilian authorities earlier this year.
An additional point of note is a template on the Wings Network website that appears to assign the affiliate account details of a “Joao Carlos Andrade”.
Andrade’s details are automatically entered in if no sponsor details are provided when a new Wings Network affiliate signs up.
On his LinkedIn profile, Andrade (using the name “John”) advises he also lives in Portugal, is a “senior advisor” of Wings Network and “diamond” investor in BBOM:
Read on for a full review of the Wings Network MLM business opportunity.
The Wings Network Product Line
There is no specific information about the Wings Network product line on their website.
We work with a multilevel marketing system for the distribution of our products.
This system allows us to distribute profits to our affiliates who help us sell our products or find new users.
Wings Network mentions a “personal page, cloud drive, mobile apps and games”, however what exactly these are (services?) and how they will integrate into the Wings Network MLM business opportunity is not disclosed.
The Wings Network Compensation Plan
The Wings Network compensation plan revolves around affiliates purchasing “packages”. There are four Wings Network packages in total:
- Start – $299
- Executive – $899
- Elite – $1499
When a newly recruited Wings Network affiliate joins the company and then purchases one of the packages above, the affiliate who recruited them is paid a commission.
How much of a commission is paid out depends on how much the newly recruited affiliate paid for their membership:
- Start – $10
- Executive – $25
- Elite – $50
Residual commissions in Wings Network are paid out daily using a binary compensation structure. A binary compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a binary team, split into two sides:
Each position in the binary team represents a recruited affiliate (either directly or indirectly), with the affiliate package they signed up with generating a point balance for the binary side they are on (either left or right).
How many points each recruited affiliate generates for a binary side depends on which affiliate membership package was purchased:
- Start – 100 points
- Executive – 250 points
- Elite – 500 points
Commissions are paid out on the binary side with less points, with a Wings Network affiliate paid 50% of the total point value that binary side generated daily.
For example, if an affiliate’s left binary side was the weaker of the two and generated 1000 points, the affiliate would be paid a $500 residual commission for that day.
Note that in order to qualify for binary commissions, a Wings Network affiliate must first personally recruit at least two new affiliates (one on either binary side).
There are also additional daily commissions caps in place, subject to the following qualification criteria:
- Consultant (recruit 2 affiliates) – $2500 a day
- Supervisor (accumulate at least $20,000 in volume in lesser binary side) – $3500 a day
- Senior Supervisor (accumulate at least $100,000 in volume in lesser binary side) – $5000 a day
- Manager (accumulate at least $250,000 in volume in lesser binary side) – $7500 a day
- Senior Manager (accumulate at least $500,000 in volume in lesser binary side) – $10,000 a day
- Director (accumulate at least $2,000,000 in volume in lesser binary side) – $12,000 a day
- Executive Director (accumulate at least $5,000,000 in volume in lesser binary side) – $17,000 a day
- President (accumulate at least $10,000,000 in volume in lesser binary side) – $20,000 a day
- Chairman (accumulate at least $25,000,000 in volume in lesser binary side) – $25,000 a day
Wings Network pay out a percentage of an affiliate’s personally recruited affiliate earnings, using a ten-level deep unilevel compensation structure.
A unilevel compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1):
If any of these level 1 affiliates go on to recruit new affiliates of their own, they are then 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.
Wings Network cap these levels at ten, paying out a percentage of the commission earnings generated by affiliates in a unilevel team.
How many levels a Wings Network affiliate is paid out on depends on their affiliate membership rank (see “binary commissions” for qualification details):
- Start to Consultant – 5% on levels 1 to 3
- Supervisor – 5% on levels 1 to 4
- Senior Supervisor – 5% on levels 1 to 5
- Manager – 5% on levels 1 to 6
- Senior Manager – 5% on levels 1 to 7
- Director – 5% on levels 1 to 8
- Executive Director – 5% on levels 1 to 8 and 3% on level 9
- President and Chairman – 5% on levels 1 to 8, 3% on level 9 and 2% on level 10
Wings Network’s Generation Bonus pays out an additional percentage commission on affiliate’s unilevel team. This is done via the defining of “generations” within each individual unilevel leg.
A unilevel generation in Wings Network is defined when a Director or higher ranked affiliate is found in any one individual unilevel leg. Once this happens, any affiliates between the affiliate at the top of the unilevel team to the Director or higher ranked affiliate count as the first generation.
Subsequent generations are then defined when additional Director or higher ranked affiliates are found. Again, note that every unilevel leg is considered independent of the rest when Director generations are being defined.
The Generation Bonus is paid out as a percentage commission, up to a maximum of four Director generations:
- Director – 3% on one Director generation
- Executive Director – 6% on two Director generations
- President – 9% on three Director generations
- Chairman – 12% on four Director generations
Rank Advancement Bonus
Starting with the Supervisor affiliate rank, Wings Network pays out a rank advancement bonus when an affiliate is promoted to a new rank:
- Supervisor – $1000
- Senior Supervisor – $2500
- Manager – $5000
- Senior Manager – $10,000
- Director – $25,000
- Executive Director – $50,000
- President – $200,000
- Chairman – $1,000,000
The Consultant Bonus appears to be a percentage bonus, although I’m not really sure what it pays out on.
The percentage bonus is allocated according to which affiliate package a newly recruited affiliate purchases, and is valid for one year:
- Start – no bonus
- Executive – 5%
- Elite – 15%
I think it might be a general bonus on an affiliate’s own commission earnings.
In order to qualify for the Consultant Bonus, an affiliate must have personally recruited at least two new affiliates, and have generated at least 500 points on either side of their binary.
The Global Bonus appears to be 5% of Wings Network’s global sales volume, split into five separate bonus pools.
Affiliates can earn a share in each of the pools provided they meet the following qualification criteria:
- Pool 1 – 150,000
- Pool 2 – 300,000
- Pool 3 – 750,000
- Pool 4 – 1,500,000
- Pool 5 – 3,000,000
The above figures are monthly qualification criteria. Note that the Wings Network compensation plan material does not state whether the above figures are points from the sale of affiliate packages or the dollar amount generated.
Joining Wings Network
Affiliate membership to Wings Network is $49, with the purchase of one of the three additional packages required to generate commissions (Start $299, Executive $899 or Elite $1499).
The Wings Network compensation plan also mentions what they call “assets” which, if I’m understanding correctly, looks to be a monthly affiliate fee.
- Start and Executive – $69
- Elite – $89
- Consultant and Supervisor – $99
- Senior Supervisor – $149
- Manager and Senior Manager – $199
- Director and Executive Director – $249
- President and Chairman – $299
With the effective shutdown of BBOM it comes as no surprise that some of the company’s affiliates are trying to now launch their own schemes. A judge did permit BBOM to go ahead and sell their GPS trackers to retail customers, but for the company’s Ponzi investors that was neither here nor there.
With Wings Network, under the guise of cloud computing services, essentially you’ve got a wholly affiliate-funded scheme, with commissions paid out directly on recruitment and then residually when a recruited downline recruits new affiliates.
This is even advised by Wings Network to prospective affiliates in their compensation plan material:
In this sense Wings Network differs from BBOM in that it’s not a Ponzi investment scheme. However the lack of retail and recruitment driven nature of the business puts Wings Network squarely in pyramid scheme territory.
Recruitment of new affiliates, getting them to buy in at one of three levels and then going off and recruiting others who do the same is the core of the business.
Once new recruitment stops, the commissions dry up and Wings Network, like any other pyramid scheme, will implode.
When you see Oz has drawn his crooked red circles, you know it ain’t gonna be good.:)
Hey I go to a lot of effort to make my red circles look amateurish. Hours of undo and retakes until they look just right.
You guys have no idea what goes on behind the scenes at Oz HQ!
Yeah Yeah!!! … And if you stop to buy at your Butcher or Market and everybody stops the Butcher and the market will IMPLODE like any other business with no clients! COME ON!!!!!
Neither your buther or “market” pays out commissions on recruitment.
Recruitment of new affiliates != retail clients.
I received some additional information on Wings Network via email:
Documents in Portuguese were provided to back up the information.
Im sitting with a friend of mine who is an expert reviewing legitimate MLM companies. He will do a full review of the company with some of his friends of the industry that know about Wings regarding its veracity.
He already checked a few things and so far he told me that the company has some things that would trigger red flags but nothing out of the extraordinary that any other company or starting business would actually do.
For what he saw of the compensation plan he says that so far it doesnt looks like the typical “invest and get a ROI -watching ads-” schemes that are getting so popular lately.
That actually you do not earn any money if you just get into the company until you make some “sell” but that he wants to see when the whole products are out is if there is “real value” in the products because one of our friends whos in the company already say that the company´s official launch will be by mid 2014 and many of the products offered are not ready yet, wich so far is ok for a company who is in pre-launch.
The compensation plan looks like is in compliance with the MLM standard… but just looks like… still alot of road to cover to make sure there are no hidden tricks in the field.
For now its too early to say this is a fake or real MLM oportunity because most of them always start with poor information about everything for some reason (right now a few real MLM companies come to my mind) until we see the finished product and how they will develop the business.
Because even if you have a legitimate compensation plan any MLM company can be turned into a pyramid scheme by the distribuitors if handled like such.
I will keep you posted if we something useful about this company.
…why bother, I already did the leg work.
With all due respect then, your “friend” is quite clearly clueless.
Did he look at Wings’ compensation plan or did you get him to study a sheet of used toilet paper?
Referral commissions on affiliate packages != “sell”. It’s recruitment, which makes it a pyramid scheme.
No products? The bottom line is it’s not “ok” for a company to operate as a productless pyramid scheme during prelaunch.
Prelaunch != get out of jail free card.
The business model reveals that there is little to no retail activity going on. The only people “waiting” are those hoping against hope it’s not just going to be another scam.
Good luck with that.
And if someone want to know if the assurance with Porto Seguro exist, the answer is NO! Look here:
The difference is that the butcher does not feed on his own customers like Wings Network appears ready to do.
We are not clueless. My friend knows alot and even I know a little bit about the industry.
I even know the whole story behind a real and legit mlm Company that is actually huge right now and that is up and running legally in many countries for many years and is product based but that if you look at the story of how they did it, it would be the typical “Pyramid Scheme” company because it even started alot similar to this one until things started to take form and the company got eveything in the right order up until now, and you even gave a good review about that company here.
Even one of the owners came directly from a known Piramid and ended up doing a legit product based company. Funny is that it started exactly like this one. (dont worry, I will not tell you wich company is so we dont make them any harm since this is a respected web site that many people see).
There are a few points that we are checking that have relevance if that company is really going to last or not and its beyond what you see in papers.
And I didnt say that they have NO PRODUCT, I said that they are getting ready more products offered that the ones they already have, because in their oportunities presentations the distribuitors say that they will give more products than the ones already been offered in the website.
Right now im investigating on this company, VIZINOVA (wich you already reviewed here) and WISHCLUB to help some friends with the info. I couldnt find anything on WishClub from you (I would like to see your input).
See you around.
You have to be trying pretty hard not to follow the paper-trail of these serial scammers whilst also ignoring the business model.
What other companies do is irrelevant.
Mmmmhmmm. Revenue wise it’s obviously all sourced from affiliates, regardless of how many products they introduce. A scheme with umpteenth different facades for an affiliate to deposit money under on the expectation of a >100% ROI is still fraudulent.
You seem to be attracted to a certain type of business model. Probably want to start carrying around some bandaids as I imagine sooner or later you’re going to get burnt.
I’m just curious, but where do you plan to START in this opportunity? Most people prefer to start at the TOP as a “Chairman”, and gradually work their way downwards in the system downto “Starter”. 🙂
The compensation plan looked much more attractive near the top than near the bottom. I will recommend people to start close to the top, e.g. as “Chairman” or “President”. You should at least ASK for a solution like that (to start the negotiations).
BTW, how many people do you need to recruit to get your money back? I had some difficulties identifying how to calculate money IN –> points –> payouts.
I was able to find some product descriptions for the 3 “packages”.
They’re selling marketing material as “products”. That can explain the 80% commission (found on Facebook).
RED FLAG = “we own the bank”:
They have bought e-Wallet SOFTWARE, but that doesn’t make them become a BANK.
Initial strategy (around November 2013):
“Making the compensation plan attractive for leaders” has failed for many programs, e.g. JubiRev. It will mostly attract the ones eager to be rewarded, but less eager to produce results. They bring in a downline from a sinking ship, and that’s all.
My prediction is that Wings Network will be rather short lived, due to a complete lack of a real business idea. I have looked at a few of the “mypage” sub-domains there, and people seems to generally have lost interest.
Google “site:mypage.wingsnetwork.com” reported around 3,500 “mypage” sub-domains.
ALEXA – Where do visitors go on wingsnetwork.com.
office.wingsnetwork.com 72.50% (5,900 hits)
wingsnetwork.com 43.06% (10,900 hits)
recruiter.wingsnetwork.com 20.11% (642 hits)
officepersonalpage.wingsnetwork.com 16.33% (0 hits)
mypage.wingsnetwork.com 12.84% (3,530 hits)
357 sites are linking in to wingsnetwork.com, typically “single sites” (single Google Plus, single Youtube video, etc.).
ALEXA – where do the visitors come from (websites).
1. facebook.com 13.7%
2. google.com 11.6%
3. vk.com 7.1%
4. youtube.com 5.0%
5. telexfree.com 4.9%
This opportunity has clearly failed to live up to its organizers’ high expectations and beliefs in their own ideas. It simply isn’t ATTRACTIVE, other than to people who believe in similar ideas themselves (e.g. believe in exaggerated self promoting of a project).
These organizers should probably join something themselves rather than trying to organize something for others. The project simply looks “sub standard” in every aspect (except promoting).
The alleged industry they claim to the in, or “Scamworld”, where they defraud you out of your money?
In their website the address where Wings network is registered is:
“Caminho do Engenho Velho 24 – Loja 1
CP: 9000-260 – São Martinho
Funchal – Madeira – Portugal”
Looking for this address in Google maps i found this Telehhapy store:
The place is the same in this pic with the logo changed:
Searching in Google Telehappy Madeira i found:
And there you can see the name and pic of João Andrade again :).
That’s like 5 minutes from where i live and i can assure you, the photo with that Wings logo is photoshoped.
That didn’t surprise me. Wings Network is organized by people who are firm believers in “fake it till you make it” ideas.
On of the TV channels (RTP Madeira) reported 30,000 Wings members locally in Madeira. That’s probably plain “fake it till you make it” = false stories leaked to the press to give the impression of success.
ANALYSING WINGS NETWORK
If you google “Wings+Network”, the number of search hits reported by Google is 125 million (pretty impressive).
If you check the Alexa rank, it will look like it became very popular right from the start.
If you use more specialised methods like I used in post #14, you will get quite different results.
“site:recruiter.wingsnetwork.com” gave 847 hits 8 hours ago. “recruiter” is the subdomain where people can sign up under a sponsor, the “landing pages” recruiters are linking to. It should normally reflect the number of members.
* It has 847 recruiters, and most people are coming in from social networks like Facebook, Google Plus, Youtube and other mass marketing channels. They’re targeting people who are about to jump from sinking ships (the dream is to attract a complete downline in one single operation).
That explains the 125 million hits for “Wings Network”. People are simply SPAMMING huge contact lists, but with poor results (but they HAVE managed to get 200 more recruiters in 10 days).
“site:mypage.wingsnetwork.com” gave 4,650 hits 8 hours ago. It’s the “template pages” people are buying to use in their own marketing. I checked a few of them, and they mostly have COPIED material produced by the company itself = the people who are joining Wings Network prefer to buy into a “marketing system” where they don’t need to produce anything themselves.
SOME OTHER DETAILS
The “Wings Network” thread on MoneyMakergroup.com has only 17 posts since January. Thread starter = kastiel.
“kastiel site:moneymakergroup.com” show the same person promoting several other opportunities = a “serial opportunity seeker” / “MLM junkie”. They are usually not very successful, they are “true believers” chasing their own dreams.
Wings Network is designed PRIMARILY for people like that, by people like that. It’s designed for and by people who believe in some “MLM guru” ideas. You will find more “Visions and Missions” than real substance (they believe in replicated websites, replicated ideas, replicated thinking).
The only positive factor I pointed out was “professional quality” in some of the marketing material (they buy expensive marketing tools, e.g. video marketing tools).
Most people will not be able to “blend in”. It will require several years of brainwashing and studying the gurus (Mike Dillard, Robert Kiyosaki, etc.). It will require a fat wallet right from the start, and an extended willingness to pay.
Interesting data regarding the hits results by alexa. I don’t believe in their numbers either.
I don’t think Wings will come anywhere near TF or Zeek. I have this idea that TF strenght was in it’s simplicity: making easy for the uneducated to adhere. In it’s PR and Marketing campaigns, the preaching capabilities of Costa, much alike IURD priests, managed to gather a lot of people into this belief.
I honestly think (and hope) that it will take a long time until a new scheme with the dimension of TF to appear again, at least in Portuguese countries. Maybe in the next generations, when people forget again of all this.
I could have added much more to it, but it’s better if people form their own opinions based on their own methods.
Wings Network LOOKS “successful” if you use the most commonly used methods to check it.
* Alexa rank
* “Wings Network” search hits
* Facebook “Likes”, Facebook followers
It will look less successful if you use other commonly used methods, e.g. number of views on Youtube promotional videos / number of followers.
It simply depends on what you’re looking at and how you interpret the information. It immediately failed to look successful when I used more unorthodox methods.
The only money on wingsnetwork is on recruiting more and more members. They launched some apps on Google Play but they’re all free apps that nobody would install on their phones or tablets.
It’s been operating like a pyramid for more than 4 months so far. When promoters invite you to join the biggest selling point is the $1500 Elite pack and then get 2 friends below you one on the right and another one on the left,each one paying $1500, the binary is set and you become a consultant and if more people join your downline you’ll get more money.
A consultant will be rewarded $1100 first month and $750 every month for 44 weeks. Just do the math and you’ll see why so many stupid people are joining this monstrosity.
Now why would you post this? If you DO live 5 minutes away you would know that the Wings logo was never photoshoped and that they they were/are open to the public. I was there about a month ago. Don’t know if they are still there as I heard they were moving to a new more centralized spot.
If you’re gonna post something please make sure you get your facts straight. The above is not correct. The consultant bonus is UPTO $750, or 15% of the total packages sold in the month. Nowhere in the wings compensation plan does it say that amount is fixed or guaranteed.
All I can find when searching the internet is a very active marketing campaign that doesn’t seem to convert into many signups.
People believe that OTHER PEOPLE are signing up for Wings Network, but it seems like very few people actually are joining.
“site:recruiter.wingsnetwork.com” gives 864 hits, 17 more hits than 24 hours ago = 17 people have joined in 24 hours.
“recruiter.wingsnetwork.com” (with the ” “) gives 121,000 hits = active marketing campaign with recruitment attempts.
“Wings+Network” (without the ” “) gives 125 million hits = “create some buzz” campaign. It tries to give the impression that “everyone is talking about it, so it must be successful”. It can be compared to the Rippln campaign, or to other failed campaigns.
I’m not stating WingsNetwork is saying that. I said when PROMOTORS invite you, most of them, that’s what they say. Another big lie is the PORTO SEGURO insurance, again Wings already said they have nothing to do with it, but some promoters are still saying that. It’s all over Facebook.
Wings Network promoters getting in trouble already.
Affiliates are mad cause they were told in the beginning that getting two people below them they would become consultant and would get up to $750 monthly.
Now the bonus for April is below $500 and if they don’t pay the monthly fee for the down line, cause they can’t find more stupid people to join the pyramid, they won’t get the bonus anymore.
They are only emphasizing this “UP TO $750” now cause the bonus is dropping but in the beginning most of them didn’t even mention it.
You are even insured according to a promoter:
Note: WingsNetwork already said they have nothing to do with Porto Seguro, but promoters are going above and beyond to get more and more people in the pyramid scheme.
@Navv Thanks for sharing that. Can’t say I’m surprised. I imagine the rev-share will deep even further these coming months.
You have all these TelexFree reload scams competing for a fraction of investor money TelexFree brought in. Give it 12 months and they’ll all go bust.
The DSA doesn’t pre-approve anything!
May be one of the European chapters. Last time some bulls***ter tried that it turned out to be UK chapter listing some related company as a vendor, and somehow this is passed around as “DSA approved the business”.
They are flourishing in Florida now. Here’s a Promoter presenting some leaders and a new office with address.
Check it out and get to know the leechers:
It’s curious, here in Madeira where they have the headquarters their popularity has dropped sharply, and it’s now generally seen as “doomed”.
All I can see is an active marketing campaign, and some hundreds signups. The ones signing up are probably people jumping from the sinking Telexfree ship.
I have looked at the IDEAS, e.g. which types of people it initially tried to attract and HOW it tried to attract them. The compensation plan seems to heavily favorize people who already have a downline, what they call “great leaders”.
That’s normally people who will protect their own income, e.g. by bringing in an existing downline from a failed opportunity. That’s not the type of “leaders” you will want in a long term opportunity, they are too focused on short term rewards.
The opportunities using ideas like that will typically be short lived. They will have an initial growth period based on that type of ship jumpers, but that’s basically all.
More experienced people will prefer more long term opportunities. They will typically use different types of ideas, e.g. try to recruit Good Uneducated Money People rather than “great leaders”.
“Great leaders” will bring in a fraction of their existing downlines and expect to be handsomely rewarded for that, but they will usually not produce much results. Their focus will typically be on their own REWARDS rather than on the RESULTS they generate. They want other people to do the recruiting work rather than doing it themselves.
We will normally make jokes about those programs, e.g. about the inspirational “recruit, recruit, RECRUIT” speeches when the growth has slowed down after a few months.
Wings Network already have signs of “failed expectations”, i.e. affiliates who feel they’re not getting the rewards they expected.
“Zona Franca da Madeira revoga licença da sucedânea da Telexfree” (Wings Network)
In Portugal there is a website that is hitting good that ponzi scheme. Look at their articles about wings network:
This is how Wings Network used to be sold. Here’s a “Wings” leader lying through her teeth.
It would help if you pointed out exactly what lies she said. Most of us don’t know what the real compensation plan is/was/whatever…
YOU MUST STUDY, BEFORE YOU SPEAK!!,
– 1. BONUS OF UP TO $ 750, I REPEAT, UNTIL $ 750, DEPENDS ON INCOME AT COMPANY IN WORLD
HE DELIVERS ALL QUALIFIED PERSONS BETWEEN IN THE MONTH, BUT IF THE COMPANY HAS HAD LESS PROFIT BECAUSE SHARING IS LESS.
– 2 PONZI SCHEME WHERE IS?,
PEOPLE BUY A PACKAGE OF PRODUCTS, SUCH AS THE WEBSITE, WEB SPACE OF 40GB DROPBOX TYPE. AND A RECRUITER.
FIRST YOU MUST INTERNET SEARCH THAT COST THESE PRODUCTS BEFORE YOU SPEAK. MOBILE APPLICATIONS AND ARE ALSO MANY MORE PRODUCTS ARE START BECAUSE THE COMPANY IS IN PRE-RELEASE.
Yeah.. which comes from where? Affiliates investing duh.
So? A Ponzi scheme collapsing is still a Ponzi scheme?
People invest on the expectation of a >100% ROI. Don’t get the two confused.
There are no excuses when it comes to Ponzi schemes, only fraud.
you say: “People invest on the expectation of a >100% ROI. Don’t get the two confused.”
people buy a product:
buying a website for your business or for whatever you want. buy a 40gb web space for your files. and buy a reruiter
I repeat: YOU MUST FIRST INTERNET SEARCH THESE PRODUCTS THAT COST BEFORE YOU SPEAK. MOBILE APPLICATIONS AND MANY MORE ARE ALSO START BECAUSE THE PRODUCTS ARE COMPANY IS IN PRE-RELEASE.
Purchasing products doesn’t pay out a >100% ROI, investments do.
Recruit more investors, that’s because Ponzi schemes can’t pay out without a constant flow of new investor money.
Products are irrelevant in Ponzi schemes, all they need is your money.
Not that it matters, but you can probably stop going on about “pre-release” (prelaunch) too.
Wings launched 6 months ago. Prelaunch my arse.
As the song goes, if you’re “so smart” why do you act brain dead? And please… All caps do not intimidate anyone. Keep playing dumb trying to get what you want.
Just relax people. If this company is doing anything ilegal, the proper authorities will take care of it.
In the meantime, for all you couch investigators who have nothing else to do, go have a look at sites related to HYIPs. I’m sure you’ll have lots of fun there.
Here’s another Executive at Wings Network in the Greater Boston Area according to his Linkedin Profile. JOE CELIA Building The A Team.
Scammer College. All of them are cut by the same scissors.