iBuumerang Review: Holton Buggs ditches coffee for travel
iBuumerang prelaunched as Countdown4Freedom last month.
In our prelaunch review, we ascertained Countdown4Freedom operates in the MLM travel niche. The company was headed up by Holton Buggs (marketing) and David Manning (travel).
Nothing in this regard has changed with iBuumerang’s official launch.
Holton Buggs (right) is cited as iBuumerang’s Chairman and CEO. David Manning is cited as CEO and President of Xstream Travel, iBuumerang’s travel services provider.
Holton Buggs is best known across the MLM industry as Organo Gold’s Chief Visionary Officer.
Sometime over the past month Organo Gold has scrubbed Buggs from their corporate leadership page.
As far as I’m aware, neither Organo Gold or Buggs has issued a public statement regarding his apparent departure.
Late last year it emerged that Buggs was promoting the IQ Chain Ponzi scheme.
Officially Buggs was credited as a “strategic advisor”, but it was pretty clear he’d taken over all marketing for the company (specifics were never publicly disclosed).
In December IQ Chain collapsed and was rebranded as IQ Legacy.
Alexa ranking for the IQ Legacy website show a complete collapse from late January.
Buggs seems to have taken whatever he was paid and quietly left the company. Again, the specifics of Buggs’ relationship with IQ Chain and IQ Legacy were never publicly disclosed.
Read on for a full review of the iBuumerang MLM opportunity.
iBuumerang provides access to a travel discount engine they’re calling “iGo”.
iGo is powered by David Manning’s XStream Travel company.
iGo is marketed as a “travel booking platform with up to 70% off of retail prices”. It is also backed by a 110% “refund of the difference” price guarantee on hotels, cars and weekly stays.
iGo isn’t available without iBuumerang membership, although examples of “pricing of actual searches on the booking platform” are provided.
iBuumerang affiliates provide retail customers with “boomerangs” to access iGo.
A boomerang is basically a login for the iGo booking engine. Any commissions generated through a given out boomerang are tied to the referring affiliate.
Boomerangs provided to iBuumerang affiliates are based on how much money they spent when they signed up:
- Standby affiliates ($49.95 a month) receive five boomerangs to give out
- Coach Class affiliates ($250 + $49.95 a month) receive ten boomerangs to give out
- Business Class affiliates ($500 + $99 a month) receive twenty-five boomerangs to give out
- First Class affiliates ($1000 + $99 a month) receive fifty boomerangs to give out
If an affiliate runs out of boomerangs, they have to purchase more.
The cost of boomerangs is not disclosed on iBuumerang’s website.
The iBuumerang Compensation Plan
Despite being well out of prelaunch, iBuumerang only present a “prelaunch fast start compensation plan” on their website.
Even when iBuumerang was in prelaunch as Countdown4Freedom the complete compensation plan was provided, so I’m not sure why it isn’t available.
Nonetheless I’ve reproduced our Countdown4Freedom compensation break down below.
I did search for a possibly updated iBuumerang compensation plan but came up blank.
iBuumerang’s compensation plan combines commissions on travel services booked by retail customers, with binary and unilevel residual commissions.
A generational bonus, leadership bonus and lifestyle bonus are also available.
iBuumerang Affiliate Ranks
There are fourteen affiliate ranks within iBuumerang’s compensation plan.
Along with their respective qualification criteria, they are as follows:
- TSA – sign up as an iBuumerang affiliate and continue to pay fees
- Director – generate 2500 PV and/or GV a month in sales volume and generate and maintain at least five boomerang customers
- Executive – generate 5000 PV and/or GV a month in sales volume and maintain at least five boomerang customers
- Senior Executive – generate 10,000 PV and/or GV a month in sales volume and maintain at least five boomerang customers
- Sapphire – generate 15,000 GV a month in sales volume or have a downline of at least 100 TSAs, and generate and maintain at least ten boomerang customers
- Ruby – generate 40,000 GV a month in sales volume or have a downline of at least 200 TSAs, and maintain at least ten boomerang customers
- Emerald – generate 80,000 GV a month in sales volume or have a downline of at least 400 TSAs, and maintain at least ten boomerang customers
- Diamond – generate 200,000 GV a month in sales volume or have a downline of at least 1000 TSAs, and maintain at least twenty boomerang customers
- Blue Diamond – generate 500,000 GV a month in sales volume or have a downline of at least 2500 TSAs, and maintain at least twenty boomerang customers
- Black Diamond – generate 1,000,000 GV a month in sales volume or generate and maintain a downline of at least 5000 TSAs, and maintain at least twenty boomerang customers
- Presidential Diamond – generate 2,000,000 GV a month in sales volume or generate and maintain a downline of at least 10,000 TSAs, and maintain at least twenty boomerang customers
- Crown Diamond – generate 5,000,000 GV a month in sales volume or generate and maintain a downline of at least 25,000 TSAs, and maintain at least twenty boomerang customers
- Double Crown Diamond – generate 7,000,000 GV a month in sales volume or generate and maintain a downline of at least 35,000 TSAs, and maintain at least twenty boomerang customers
- Triple Crown Diamond – generate 10,000,000 GV a month in sales volume or generate and maintain a downline of at least 50,000 TSAs, and maintain at least twenty boomerang customers
PV stands for “Personal Volume” and is travel related sales volume generated by an affiliate.
GV stands for “Group Volume” and sales volume generated via travel bookings and affiliate membership fee payments.
In order for a boomerang customer to count towards qualification, they must have booked travel or a service within that month.
For the Director to Senior Executive ranks, no more than 50% of required GV or downline TSAs can be sourced from any one recruitment leg.
For the Sapphire to Diamond ranks, no more than 40% of required GV or downline TSAs can be sourced from any one unilevel leg.
For the Blue Diamond to Presidential Diamond ranks, no more than 30% of required GV or downline TSAs can be sourced from any one unilevel leg.
For the Crown Diamond to Triple Crown Diamond ranks, no more than 20% of required GV or downline TSAs can be sourced from any one unilevel leg.
iBuumerang only provides retail customers a 50% discount.
The remaining 50% is paid by the retail customer and used to fund travel commissions.
E.g. Trip A costs $300 but is offered through iGo at $200.
iBuumerang let’s affiliates book Trip A for $200 but charges retail customers $250 (50% discount).
The $50 extra paid by the retail customer is used to fund travel commissions.
The iBuumerang affiliate who referred the retail customer receives up to 50% of the 50% kept by the company.
- Standby and Coach Class affiliates receive 12.5% of the 50% of the 50%
- Business and First Class affiliates receive 100% of the 50% of the 50%
In the Trip A example above, Business Class and First Class affiliates receive 100% of 50% of the $50 kept by iBuumerang.
So the travel commission paid to the referring affiliate on Trip A is $25 (50% of $50).
Standby and Coach Class affiliates would only receive $6.25.
iBuumerang keeps 15% and puts the rest into their compensation plan.
iBuumerang affiliates are paid a recruitment commission when they recruit Coach Class or higher affiliates.
- recruit a Coach Class affiliate and get paid $20
- recruit a Business Class affiliate and get paid $40
- recruit a First Class affiliate and get paid $80
Residual Commissions (binary)
A binary compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a binary team, split into two sides (left and right):
The first level of the binary team houses two positions. The second level of the binary team is generated by splitting these first two positions into another two positions each (4 positions).
Subsequent levels of the binary team are generated as required, with each new level housing twice as many positions as the previous level.
Positions in the binary team are filled via direct and indirect recruitment of affiliates. Note there is no limit to how deep a binary team can grow.
Binary residual commission volume is made up of booked travel and affiliate fees (both initial and monthly).
At the end of each week iBuumerang tallies up new volume on both sides of the binary team.
A residual commission is then paid on volume generated on the weaker side.
How much a iBuumerang affiliate can earn each week in residual commissions is capped based on rank:
- TSAs can earn up to $1000 a week (10% residual commission rate)
- Directors can earn up to $1500 a week (12% residual commission rate)
- Executives can earn up to $2000 a week (12% residual commission rate)
- Senior Executives can earn up to $2500 a week (12% residual commission rate)
- Sapphires can earn up to $3000 a week (15% residual commission rate)
- Rubies can earn up to $5000 a week (16% residual commission rate)
- Emeralds can earn up to $10,000 a week (17% residual commission rate)
- Diamonds can earn up to $20,000 a week (18% residual commission rate)
- Blue Diamonds can earn up to $30,000 a week (19% residual commission rate)
- Black Diamonds can earn up to $50,000 a week (20% residual commission rate)
- Presidential Diamonds can earn up to $100,000 a week (20% residual commission rate)
- Crown Diamonds can earn up to $150,000 a week (20% residual commission rate)
- Double Crown Diamonds can earn up to $200,000 a week (20% residual commission rate)
- Triple Crown Diamonds can earn up to $250,000 a week (20% residual commission rate)
Note that residual commission rates are also defined based on iBuumerang affiliate membership:
I’m unclear on whether these are obtainable caps (i.e. only First Class affiliates can earn up to 20% based on rank), or whether these are bought residual commission rates (irrespective of rank).
Residual Commissions (unilevel)
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 level 1 affiliates recruit new affiliates, 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.
Unilevel residual commission volume is made up of booked travel and affiliate fees (both initial and monthly).
How many levels of residual unilevel commissions a iBuumerang affiliate earns is determined by rank:
- TSA – 10% on level 1 (personally recruited affiliates)
- Director and Senior Director – 10% on levels 1 and 2
- Executive – 10% on levels 1 to 3
- Sapphire – 10% on levels 1 to 3 and 8% on level 4
- Ruby – 10% on levels 1 to 3, 8% on level 4 and 7% on level 5
- Emerald – 10% on levels 1 to 3, 8% on level 4, 7% on level 5 and 6% on level 6
- Diamond and higher – 10% on levels 1 to 3, 8% on level 4, 7% on level 5, 6% on level 6 and 5% on level 7
Leadership Development Bonus
The Leadership Development Bonus is a generation bonus, paid on up to four generations of residual volume per unilevel team leg.
iBuumerang define a generation in a unilevel team leg when a Sapphire or higher ranked affiliate is found in the leg.
This first Sapphire starts the first generation for that leg.
If a second Sapphire exists deeper in the leg, they cap off the first generation and a second begins under them.
If no second Sapphire exists in the leg, the first generation runs the entire length of the leg.
Using this generational structure, iBuumerang pays the Leadership Development Bonus on up to four generations per unilevel team leg.
- Sapphires earn 2% on up to one generation per leg
- Rubies earn 3% on up to two generations per leg
- Emeralds earn 4% on up to three generations per leg
- Diamonds and higher earn 5% on up to four generations per leg
Lifestyle Bonus Pool
iBuumerang’s compensation plan refers to a Lifestyle Bonus Pool but fails to provide any details on it.
iBuumerang affiliate costs are not provided on the company’s website.
Unless I hear otherwise, I’m assuming affiliate membership costs remain unchanged since the Countdown4Freedom prelaunch.
Basic iBuumerang affiliate membership is $49.95 a month.
There are also more expensive Global Packages available:
- Coach Class – $250 + $49.95 a month
- Business Class – $500 + $99 a month
- First Class – $1000 + $99 a month
The more an affiliate spends the higher their commission rates in iBuumerang’s compensation plan.
As I stated in our Countdown4Freedom conclusion, iBuumerang’s business model hinges on retail customer ignorance.
As a retail customer, I have no problem with a percentage of what I pay being used to pay a commission (MLM or non-MLM).
In iBuumerang however, retail customers are slugged with what is essentially a commission fee.
To recap, iBuumerang is able to sell Trip A for $100, down from $200. And that’s what they charge their affiliates.
A retail customer is slugged with a $50 additional fee, just to pay commissions with.
This looks like a wholesale/retail pricing model but actually isn’t.
The retail/wholesale pricing of Trip A is between iBuumerang and Xstream Travel.
iBuumerang then provide Trip A to their affiliates at retail, and charge retail customers an additional fee.
Holton Buggs claims because iBuumerang customers are still getting a good deal despite the fee, they won’t care.
I put forth that if you asked any customer of anything whether they’d prefer to pay less, you’re more than likely to receive an affirmative response.
The crux is whether iBuumerang’s commission fee still makes them competitive.
Obviously Buggs and David Manning will have done their homework on this, but proof is in the pie so to speak.
If iGo goes head to head with a competing travel engine at a similar price-point, it’s going to lose out because of that fee.
Again, what it comes down to is retail customer ignorance. Which, to be fair, is certainly not limited to iBuumerang or the MLM travel niche.
If you plan to book enough travel to cover the initial cost, one could just as easily sign up for iBuumerang for $49.95 and not have to pay the commission fee.
Regarding the iBuumerang’s “boomerang” business model, my thoughts remain unchanged from Countdown4Freedom;
The boomerang shtick … creates the impression iBuumerang affiliates are doing retail customers favors.
On some level I suppose they are, given affiliates pay for boomerangs both initially and again when they run out.
With boomerangs only providing access to the iGo engine though, it does beg the question what they’re actually worth.
Why go through iBuumerang’s convoluted boomerang system when I can just book the same travel through one of Xstream Travel’s other clients?
The pay to play and recruitment red flags present in Countdown4Freedom don’t appear to have been addressed.
It is inexcusable that travel commission rates are determined by affiliate fee payments. Residual binary commission rates also appear to be determined on some level by fee payments.
Also the more I pay as an affiliate means the more discount categories I can offer my retail customers? What is up with that???
Pay to play is a regulatory compliance red flag, as it typically exists in MLM companies where recruitment is prioritized over retail sales.
There are already retail customer qualifiers in iBuumerang’s ranks, so why not just tie commission rate increases to rank?
Oh right, then there’d be no justification for charging more for Business and First Class – other than boomerangs.
For now though, iBuumerang seems to be on top of its retail customer count.
Earlier this month Ted Nuyten over at BusinessForHome published a 24,000 iBuumerang customer count, weighed against “just shy of 20,000” affiliates.
Sounds good but what’s missing is revenue generation.
With iBuumerang affiliates handing out boomerangs to retail customers, I assume those customers are counted regardless of whether travel is booked.
iBuumerang can appear to be retail customer heavy, but if travel is primarily booked by affiliates then there’s still a problem.
The good news it that the boomerangs made it easy for you to evaluate the travel side of iBuumerang with no obligation (other perhaps than some persistent phone calls/emails from the source affiliate).
Get a boomerang, check out iGo and make an honest evaluation of whether the travel side of iBuumerang is retail viable (for this you need to completely disregard the attached MLM opportunity and think like a retail customer).
If you can see yourself booking travel through iBuumerang as a retail customer (better yet, actually book travel and do a proper test of the system), go for it.
Just remember handing out boomerangs as an iBuumerang affiliate is all very well, but those you hand them out to need to actually book travel.
Oh and seeing as boomerangs are limited and an ongoing affiliate cost, be sure to ask how much you’ll be paying for them once your initial bundle runs out.
So yes I was curious as a newly recruited Xstream travel agent what I would be getting into if I upgraded my membership to be part of Ibuumerang as well as Xstream travel.
I compared both search engines & the pricing through the Xstream travel booking engine is still better in price for consumers.
Outside of the 110% price guarantee there is not much of a point. 4 out of the 5 booking prices I compared prices last week were actually better in price on Xstream travel’s search engine by as much as $30.
I want to do some more comparing but for now the savings don’t appear to be as wholesale as I was hoping.
Bula Behind MLM, Thank you for your thorough review. Did you do a review on the Xstream Travel Agent Business?
If I may I would also like to address the previous commentator.
Hi Michelle Campbell, I am quite intrigued about the Xstream travel agent business. How is that going for you? How did you become involved. What benefits did you see for yourself?
Xstream Travel isn’t an MLM company in and of itself IIRC.
This is not accurate information
I am happily in the company referenced above and have not had to buy any buumerangs beyond my initial package and have saved thousands of $$$$ on my travel, as well have seen thousands of $$& documented savings of our customers.
This company is very generous and I even earned a free trip in my first week.
Reviews about an MLM without being on the inside and knowing all the facts is pretty ill advised.
This is a very disappointing article.
So you’re purposefully ignoring the primary tool iBuumerang has to generate new retail customers.
Which means your “customers” are in all likelihood recruited affiliates.
I know I only take advice about the perils of jumping off a cliff from someone who has jumped off a cliff and… oh wait. #logic
I think that this review is, as are all reviews about mlm on this site, anti mlm.
The facts of the matter is that you do not pay for boomerangs you get an allocation each month! There is no membership cost to the consumer. And there is no charge to the consumer other than paying for what they have bought.
If iBummerang is able to get a price below the competition it shares that price reduction with both the consumer and the compensation plan.
That is not a fee. The consumer is getting a very fair price.
Remember if there is no saving there is no commission for the compensation plan! The guarantee is that if you find the same thing available on a public site they will match the price plus 110% of the difference.
That’s is something different. The consumer really can’t lose!
And yes I am proud to say I am a travel Savings Ambassador
One day you will actually post a positive review about mlm companies, but I’m not holding my breath!
iBuumerang affiliate: tHis ReView is aNti-MlM!
You pay a fee and get buumerangs each month. If you don’t pay the affiliate fee you don’t get any buumerangs.
Geez, deception right off the bat.
Fair price or otherwise, the fact remains an additional fee is tacked onto the price charged to consumers to fund iBuumerang’s compensation plan.
Instead of coming up with excuses for charging consumers more, why don’t you address iBuumerang’s pay to play compliance issues?
Only the affiliate pays a fee! The customer doesn’t!
An additional fee is not tacked on. The savings Vs the competition is based on the price iBuumerang can achieve.
50% goes to the customer 25% goes to the affiliate, the remainder is split between the compensation plan. Or would you expect people to work for nothing!
No fee is charged to the customer. Do you expect people to work for nothing? Every travel agent makes commission so why not iBuumerang?
iBuumerang has a price they obviously still turn a profit on, because they sell their travel packages to affiliates at that price.
Retail customers cop an additional fee, which covers affiliate commissions.
The question isn’t so much people working for nothing. It’s that compared to the competition there might not be a fee, making iBuumerang more expensive.
STAY AWAY from this sheep in wolf clothing!!!
Here is WHY :
– I have a voice recording and conversation of mister Tommy JOHNSON, MIKES BEST FRIEND and upline ! That shows his aggressive and unprofessional dealings!
– NEVER DEPEND ON MLM ONLINE SYSTEM because the man behind it CONTROLLS YOU !
– MIKE HEALY FORCED ME to buy the 1000 dollar IBUUMERANG PACKAGE and 100 dollar monthly payment !!! OTHERWISE he is not taking me serious !!! WHY NOT TELL YOUR HIDDEN AGENDA BEFORE I SIGN UP, YOU RASCAL !!!
– according to ALL MLM COMPANY income hidden disclosure FACTS:
BIG MAJORITY are losing money in MLM, ….also because of this MONEY GREED mentality people.
– When introducing myself respectfully as new MLM rep, in your private facebook group!
Only 23 gave me a warm welcome, correct mister Mike HEALY?
MIKE HEALY & CRACKHEAD Las Vegas Tommy, you both know exactly who is weak to manipulate, shame on you RASCALS!!!
– Mike HEALY AND Las Vegas crackhead TOMMY JOHNSON might be considered very respected in their private facebook groups!
But OUTSIDE OF USA, these kind of Americans are considered A BIG JOKE !!!
These kinds of AMERICANS makes their fellow americans feel ashamed BY ALL PEOPLE OUTSIDE YOUR COUNTRY WORLDWIDE !!!
They just announced their results online.
20 Million $ turnover in 6 months with 30.000 distributors.
That’s about 110 $ per month per distributor. Which is more or less the 100 $ fee you pay monthly(not to talk about the starter packs they bought). Where are the sales to end users?
They have over a 120.000 active customers, doing what? If those would have only spend 200$ each in travel, you would pass the numbers in turnover already even without the fees and starter packs.
What are we missing here? Another well disguissed subscription fee plan, without any real customers?
They have only 3 business day to get your money back if you change your mind!
It was too quick for me to lose $1000 , very sed.
Three days out I’d be going through the bank/CC. Also check your local cooling off laws.
STAY AWAY FROM IBUUMERANG
MIKE HEALY AND SPONSOR TOMMY JOHNSON.
THEY CONTROL YOUTUBE MARKETING SYSTEM.
IF THEY DONT LIKE YOU THEY BLOCK YOU IN THEIR SYSTEM.
SYSTEM DEPENDING MODEL
Just by reading your negativity comes out loud and clear the words that you use or anything but spiritual.
think about it for a minute how much do you have to pay when you rent an office and you own a business $25 $49 $99/ seriously now isn’t that the electricity bill?
Holton buggs Mike Healy and Tommy are great people. I believe in them I believe what they’re doing is for the ultimate good I believe that hes an absolute genius and I think you’re just a little jealous that you didn’t cash in in 5 seconds.
it takes a minute to make money I mean come most businesses don’t break even until the 2nd year hes generous man Mike. Heeley is a patient man and a hard worker as is Tommy a superstar so your negativity comes loud and clear.
I couldn’t be happier and all the way love them completely. They r hard working spiritual men. and the next launch of vibe rides has me excited thru the roof!
Maybe its ur attitude. correct, some businesses fail, most do..atleast he gave it his all!
I started less than 1 mo ago, do to timing Mike and I went through the concepts more thouroughly 2 days ago.
I have 70 people interested in his ideas.. passion past from my heart to theirs. These people were intrested before I even knew how to send an igo or idecide the idea of having a free travel agency is amazing.
how generous is he to give us 50% of the money that people save? Hes awesome mam mlm”s not for everyone but they sure are for some and they are for me and 53000 others?
being a bz. Owner myself for 25 yrs I know people. my passion and love for people kept my bz. going 25 yrs in LA..
I never advertised everyone was repeat business and referrals. maybe people business isn’t for you. you tried one person and slandered this person?
I didn’t even know what I was doing and I have 70 people waiting for my response and now that. mike, Tommy and I have had an opportunity to explain the concept thouroughly, I’m thrilled to be a member and I’ll see them in Houston.
in today’s world, gig economy is the only way to go 4 me. it’s not nice to put someone down it’s nice to put someone up I hope you have a good life and that you find your fit your perfect fit but you can’t blame them.
well I’ll tell you one thing hes got me as a Tx driver my acceptance rate 100. My rating 4.8. rides? 800im driver here and I am going to find his many drivers as I can because he beats the others in everyway..starting with class.
why would u b offended that he makes money? I honestly believe his desire is to see us all rejoice spiritually,financially and create, in todays world an opportunity like no other.
hes not like the others and that’s why I back him 1000 percent. p I will make diamond. and enough money to retire.I have faith/perserverance. no 1 ever told you to make that your full time job it takes time and I don’t understand you at all, a customer is free how did you hurt that customer?
The customer either saves money or he doesn’t Holton Buggs is a genius Mike Healy is a hard working man and so is Tommy and they have a great company just like Mary Kay and Amway (multi level marketing companies take been around for 40 years) and I’m from Los Angeles California I have a doctor friend who has always crrated her fortune in the MLM bz.
her entire life she currently has between 2 and 4000 people underneath her and her weekly paychecks I don’t wanna say in caSe she reads this (lol).
She is and always will have the same things in common we all r giving hard working and honest people that enjoy watching people’s happiness unfold.
Honestly sir..Apparently this wasn’t for you or a get rich fast scheme.Anything that has a firm foundation will last together we r building a firm foundation freedom and a new family.
im sorry your attitude is so sad please, know one can make us do anything. i sttogly believe their motives are for the ultimate good.
I wish u / all happiness prosperity and peace.
l’ m extremely happy that I signed up with buum. I buumerang. Please I know yoi will be ok.:)
Facts are facts. Whether they’re negative or positive is neither here nor there.
…unless you’re trying to shill an MLM opportunity with paragraphs of marketing waffle.
And it certainly shows. You couldn’t be any more hun cliched if you tried.
Oh and Vibe Rides isn’t “new”, it’s a reboot of the failed Vibe Direct opp.
I wonder how the business is doing since ya know, NOBODY is traveling because of the Corona virus.
@OZ time to do an updated review.
With Corona the travel industry is dead so Ibooomertang has changed to selling services like telecom and energy.
Thanks for the heads up. I’ll queue iBuumerang for a review update.
Alright so iBuumerang came up for review today. What am I missing guys?
First stop was iBuumerang’s website. Looks exactly the same as when I researched this review.
There’s only travel on there. Nothing about telecom and energy. Glanced over the comp plan, looks the same.
Hit up iBuumerang’s official YT channel. It’s mostly “flight school” marketing videos.
On Facebook it’s more of the same.
If iBuumerang has pivoted into telecom and energy they’re doing a terrible job of marketing it.
Pending any new information I’m leaving the iBuumerang review update there.
Avinash Nagamah was one of the top promotors of iBuumerang. Not sure why he abandoned his top position.
Previously he was on top of Omnia, a failed crypto mining MLM.
Now he is one of the top earners in Daisy Global.
He also started pushing Wiseling right before it crashed.
It’s interesting as planes still flew over the sky above my head even now and during covid.
if the I go app or any other app related to I buumerang was on your phone would you use it? in the end of the day it is as simple as yes or no.
this is a service and product company when you need to get somewhere or buy that product what is more convenient 2 or more avenues or 1 stream that can have the ai capability to provide service and product.
In the middle of a global pandemic? No.
And you’re a fucking idiot if you’re on a flight vacation anywhere at the moment.
Simple enough for you?