INB Network Review: AI Marketing cashback Ponzi scheme
INB Network provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company.
In fact as I write this, a visit to INB Network’s website redirects to an affiliate login page.
INB Network’s website domain (“inb.network”) was first registered on August 8th, 2018. The private domain registration was last updated on November 9th, 2020.
Further research reveals INB Network is tied to AI Marketing. Although you won’t find any mention of INB Network on AI Marketing’s website.
The only reference to INB Network on AI Marketing’s website is a login option featuring INB Network’s “brain” logo:
AI Marketing’s website domain (“ai.marketing”) was first registered in 2015. The private registration was last updated in August 2020.
The domain for INB Network’s and AI Marketing’s internal exchange, iNeuroChange, was first registered in 2018.
That registration is also private and was last updated on November 9th, 2020 (same date as INB Network’s domain).
INB Network represent iNeuroChange is tied to STK Global OÜ, a shell company purportedly incorporated in Estonia.
I recall getting requests to review AI Marketing earlier this year.
Despite its false marketing claims dating back to 2017, AI Marketing and INB Network launched in late 2020 (after the associated domains were acquired in mid to late 2020).
Upon initially looking at AI Marketing I ascertained it wasn’t operating as an MLM company; hence no review.
I’ve since learned the MLM side of AI Marketing is managed through INB Network. For all intents and purposes these are the same company, run by the same people.
INB Network appears to be a intentional effort to hide AI Marketing’s MLM business model.
As to who is running these companies, AI Marketing provides three corporate addresses on its website; one each in the UK, Hong Kong and Russia.
The UK address is accompanied by a basic UK incorporation for “UDMCreators LTD.
For the purpose of MLM due-diligence, UK incorporation is meaningless and should be ignored.
The Hong Kong incorporation is for Wexford Alliance Limited.
As far as I can tell Wexford Alliance Limited is a shell company. Neither INB Network or AI Marketing have any overt ties to Hong Kong.
The address in Russia is tied to Zarya LTD. Although this is also likely a shell company, I’m leaning towards INB Network and AI Marketing being run by Russians.
This is due to four reasons:
- vKontakte being a login option (VK is a Russian social network);
- Alexa citing Russia in the top three sources of website traffic for both AI Marketing and INB Network;
- Russian and English being the only officially supported languages on the iNeuroChange internal exchange;
- AI Marketing’s website containing Russian web elements (see below).
For reference, Alexa ranks visitors to INB Network’s website as coming from Egypt (17.5%), Russia (14%) and Algeria (11%).
Visitors to AI Marketing’s website are ranked from the US (30%), Egypt (12%) and Russia (10%).
Russia is the top source of traffic to iNeuroChange at 45%.
As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money.
INB Network’s Products
INB Network has no retailable products or services. Neither does AI Marketing.
INB Network’s Compensation Plan
There are two components of INB Network’s compensation plan; AI Marketing and INB Network proper.
Note that the AI Marketing ROI is paid in USD. If you invest directly through AI Marketing you can invest in USD.
If you’re investing through INB Network, you have to first invest in NBO and then send that to AI Marketing. INB Network marketing suggests returns made through the company are paid in NBO.
Both INB Network and AI Marketing referral commissions are paid in PRTN tokens.
AI Marketing Compensation
AI Marketing affiliates invest $10 or more on the promise of an “up to 35%” monthly ROI.
A 5% referral commission is paid on funds invested by personally recruited affiliates.
INB Network Compensation
INB Network compensation is paid alongside AI Marketing compensation.
INB Network compensation also pays on investment into AI Marketing.
Note that all commissions and bonuses paid through INB Network are paid in PRTN tokens.
INB Network Affiliate Ranks
There are fifteen affiliate ranks within INB Network’s compensation plan.
Along with their respective qualification criteria, they are as follows:
- Partner – sign up as an INB affiliate and invest $10 or more into AI Marketing
- Agent – generate $10 in downline sales volume
- Leading Agent – generate $4096 in downline sales volume
- VIP Agent – generate $8192 in downline sales volume
- Manager – generate $32,768 in downline sales volume
- Leading Manager – generate $65,536 in downline sales volume
- VIP Manager – generate $131,072 in downline sales volume
- Director – generate $262,144 in downline sales volume
- Leading Director – generate $524,288 in downline sales volume
- VIP Director – generate $1,048,576 in downline sales volume
- Ruby Director – generate $4,194,304 in downline sales volume
- Sapphire Director – generate $16,777,216 in downline sales volume
- Diamond Director – generate $67,108,864 in downline sales volume
- Gold Director – generate $134,217,728 in downline sales volume
- Platinum Director – generate $268,435,456 in downline sales volume
INB Network pays referral commissions via a 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 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.
Referral commissions are paid out as a percentage of funds invested across the unilevel team based on rank:
- Partners and Agents earn 5% on personally recruited affiliate investment
- Leading Agents earn 6% on personally recruited affiliate investment
- VIP Agents earn 7% on personally recruited affiliate investment
- Managers earn 9% on personally recruited affiliate investment
- Leading Managers earn 10.5% on personally recruited affiliate investment
- VIP Managers earn 12% on personally recruited affiliate investment
- Directors earn 13% on personally recruited affiliate investment
- Leading Directors earn 14% on personally recruited affiliate investment
- VIP Directors and higher earn 15% on personally recruited affiliate investment
The MLM side of INB Network’s compensation plan is due to these being coded commissions.
INB Network pays up to 15% is paid on all new investment.
If an affiliate is ranked lower than VIP Director, they are paid their rank specific commission rate.
This leaves the difference between that rate and 15%, to be paid to an upline higher ranked INB Network affiliate.
E.g. A Manager recruits a new affiliate who invests. They are paid their 9% referral commission, leaving 6% to pay out.
The system then searches upline for a Leading Manager or higher to pay the remaining 6% out to.
If a VIP Manager was found first, they would receive the difference between 12% and 9%, still leaving 3% to pay out.
The system would the continue to search upline for a Director or higher to pay the remaining 3% out to.
This could either be the full 3% to a VIP Director or higher, or another partial percentage payment to a Director or Leading Director.
Note that VIP Directors and higher are always paid the full 15% referral commission rate. Nothing is passed up.
Through this coded structure, it is possible to collect coded referral commissions from a theoretical infinite number of levels down the unilevel team.
Rank Achievement Bonus
INB Network pays affiliates a Rank Achievement Bonus when they qualify at the Leading Agent and higher ranks:
- qualify at Leading Agent and receive 100 NBO
- qualify at VIP agent and receive 500 NBO
- qualify at Manager and receive 1500 NBO
- qualify at Leading Manager and receive 2500 NBO
- qualify at VIP Manager and receive 5000 NBO
- qualify at Director and receive 10,000 NBO
- qualify at Leading Director and receive 20,000 NBO
- qualify at VIP Director and receive 50,000 NBO
- qualify at Ruby Director and receive 150,000 NBO
- qualify at Sapphire Director and receive 650,000 NBO
- qualify at Diamond Director and receive 1,000,000 NBO
- qualify at Gold Director and receive 1,5000,000 NBO
- qualify at Platinum Director and receive 2,000,000 NBO
Joining INB Network
INB Network affiliate membership is tied to a minimum $10 investment in AI Marketing.
INB Network and AI Marketing appear to solicit investment in USD and bitcoin.
INB Network and AI Marketing together form a simple Ponzi points scheme.
Both NBO and PRTN are ERC-20 tokens. These take five minutes to set up at little to no cost.
Both tokens are currently not publicly tradeable. You can only withdraw through AI Marketing and INB Network’s internal exchange, iNeuroChange.
Update 27th June 2021 – According to AI Marketing investors, if you invest directly through AI Marketing you can bypass NBO tokens and withdraw in USD. /end update
Once a withdrawal request is put in INB Network’s/AI Marketing’s admins pay you with subsequently invested funds.
This “works” as long as there’s invested funds to steal.
Be wary of INB Network/AI Marketing affiliates representing token balances in their backoffice is actual money earnt.
As to INB Network and AI Marketing’s Ponzi ruse, supposedly it’s cashback via a marketing bot.
Right off the bat this is bullshit because no cashback platform on the planet is paying out anything close to 35% a month.
And certainly not to anonymous Russians running a Ponzi shit token scheme.
As tempting as it might be to buy into Ponzi marketing, what you need to ask for is evidence.
Basic incorporation is meaningless. INB Network and AI Marketing are offering a passive investment opportunity.
This needs to be registered with financial regulators, along with audited financial reports.
These legally required financial reports are the only way to verify INB Network and AI Marketing are using external revenue, as claimed, to pay withdrawal requests.
INB Network and AI Marketing won’t provide you with these audited financial reports, because they don’t exist.
They don’t exist because INB Network and AI Marketing is a Ponzi scheme.
As with all MLM Ponzi schemes, once affiliate recruitment dries up so too will new investment.
This will starve INB Network and AI Marketing of ROI revenue, eventually prompting a collapse.
INB Network’s and AI Marketing’s collapse has a few ways to play out.
Having two shit tokens, the simplest exit-scam is dumping the tokens on some dodgy exchange, cashing out as much as they can and leaving affiliates bagholding worthless tokens.
Finiko, another Russian Ponzi scheme, recently put this exit-scam into effect.
The other option is just doing a clean runner. NBO and PRTN currently don’t exist outside of iNeuroChange.
By shutting everything down and disappearing, whatever hasn’t been cashed out is lost.
In both instances INB Network and AI Marketing affiliates have no recourse. Such is the nature of shit token Ponzi schemes.
Update 18th July 2021 – INB Network and AI Marketing appear to be collapsing.
Affiliate withdrawals were disabled almost a week ago. The exit-scam ruse being pushed is “cyberattacks”.
Update 15th August 2021 – INB Network has rebooted its AI Marketing Ponzi scheme as CashBackPro.
AI Marketing’s Alexa ranking is sitting at 555.
If that’s not manipulated (never underestimate Boris), the inevitable sorry for your loss is going to be epic.
Great write up, Oz – thanks for doing so.
The person who was touting it to me has since stopped after we had a good conversation.
Glad to hear it. I’m surprised INB Network and AI Marketing aren’t more prevailent with such a high Alexa ranking.
Lends itself to manipulation otherwise we should be hearing a lot more about it. On my end the requests came in two or so months ago and then abruptly stopped.
Glad you finally did this review I asked for it earlier this year, as I got pitched for it a zillion times, but felt that it was ponzi.
The guy calling me up about this Network is selling to me the fact that there are companies like McDonalds, Walmart, IGA, and many other companies that are using this “Artificial Intelligence Bot” (ha ha) to get to their customers… and that they are spending millions on this.
I found no sign of this and they say that they are doing this through another company called: ADMITAD.COM (admitad.com/en/site/).
I went on the admitad website and saw that they were a affiliate marketing website… So I guess that there is a setup between ADMITAD and AI.marketing….
They also say that they have an internal referral system where you can purchase online and get cashback…
I ask my buddy “If I put 1000$ in there, can I get my 1000$ out?” he said NO (after 10 minutes or arguing with him…. ).
He says that I can, but I will need to wait a few months…I guess until more people join!
Ask him for legally required audited financial reports proving any marketing claims he’s making.
If he can’t provide them he’s full of shit.
My Dear dont think all opportunities likewise …You always try to blame but lets do full study …(Ozedit: derail removed) ….
Inb Network is real opportunity Making many people real life. .
My dear this isn’t a review of “all opportunities”, it’s specific to INB Network and AI Marketing.
Done, read the review. INB Network and AI Marketing are Ponzi schemes. Stop making excuses for scammers.
Ponzi marketing cliches 101. First Ponzi? Sorry for your loss.
Until you learn how money actually works and stop investing in scams you’ll remain poor.
I have been waiting for months for this survey… I am very disappointed and sad to know that it is a ponzi. I have been in AI Marketing for 8 months with a 5 figure monthly income.
It allows me to live, and fortunately, I have started to withdraw all my profits since a few days. I currently have over $20,000 on the platform.
I am glad I stumbled upon this.
I work in the Affiliate Marketing world. I have accounts with most large cashback/affiliate/reward companies in Europe.
AI.Marketing was shown to me by a friend. Being in the same industry as me, i have paid close attention to this.
Now, I closely looked at my friends account, and the links and the sales derived on his dashboard. I place a greater eye on the links to the major stores on his dashboard.
After following his links to a major brand ‘Philips’, I can confirm it is registered with ‘Trade Doubler’ and other companies in and around Europe.
I have the same account with TRADE DOUBLER with them direct. I also have accounts with WebGains, AWIN. All work in the same way. They give me cashback, should anyone click on my link and make a purchase.
However, its against the terms and conditions for any affiliate to use PPC (paid adverts) to advertise their ‘affiliate’ link to drive traffic to the store as PHILIPS.COM would do this them selves.
The same goes with ASOS, BOOKING.COM, Dominoes Pizza etc.. all of which are on his dashboard. TradeDoubler would block your account if they find out you are using any PPC (Google Paid Ads, Facebook Paid Ads). My sales are derived through blogs, and youtube and private facebook groups.
Further more, i have spent hours trying to find their affiliates links be it 10s thousands of members on all google european sites, facebook pages and can not find any adverts whatsoever.
When I posed this question to my friend, he was told the company can not reveal how the advertise. So how are these sales being trafficked has baffled me.
Below is a copy and paste of my direct PHILIPS.COM T&Cs affiliate link (Nothing to do with AI.Marketing)
I for one am not interested in this. I can 99.9% confirm their affiliate links (appear real) are not being advertised. So the sales on their dashboard seem unreal.
company has sended all there audit reprts (Ozedit: snip, see below)
When you accept INB Network/AI Marketing’s cashback is just a ruse to run a Ponzi scheme behind, you realize there’s no point looking for claimed advertising.
It doesn’t exist. Nothing short of audited financial reports detailing external revenue generation would prove AI Marketing is generating cashback revenue.
You’re not going to get that because Ponzi scheme.
We also know that you lack any financial or basic common sense.
Yes Oz, I agree. But for me seeing how these ‘sales’ are made. But at least I can have peace in my own mind, that this company have not advertised anyone’s links…
If anyone can prove otherwise… I will be most keenly interested…
Like fuck they have. You’re welcome to provide the reports or spam-bin.
To anyone doing their due-diligence on INB Network and AI Marketing, beware of lying scumbags pitching this Ponzi.
I have ai marketing and 2 other platforms as my primary income.
I am withdrawing a minimum $1,000 a week just from Ai marketing without any issues.
It takes 48 for it to arrive in my binance wallet but it’s always arrived.
They have conference in a couple of months and debit cards.
My sponsor speaks directly with Ai staff too. I don’t thInk they are going away anytime soon.
Ponzi schemes run while there’s money to steal.
When that inevitably runs out, kaboom.
“But my Ponzi is paying out now” is no indication it will still be around tomorrow.
You really need to learn to do actual work,earning money from scams is not the most honourable career path and makes you either a serial victim or a serial douchebag.
Thank you for your review. 2 comments.
1. AI Marketing does have a product. You buy advertisment and you receive cashback from the sales out of these adds.
2. INB uses their NBO token wich is 1 NBO to 1 USD, but AI Marketing does not pay out in a token. It pays out in dollar.
Could you please correct this in your review?
The review states AI Marketing doesn’t have a retailable product or service, which is true.
If you want to make external revenue claims, prove it with legally required audited financial reports.
Returns are paid in NBO. You cash out your NBO tokens into USD though because NBO is worthless.
No, as I wrote. INB who organizes the MLM part uses NBO.
AI Marketing cashbacks are paid out in dollars, not in NBO. Please check out the AI Marketing dashboard for yourself so you can see it and please change it in your review as it is wrong information
so no NBO at all in AI Marketing.
About the Cashback from the sales out of the advertisements:
You can find video’s on Youtube where members have verified in detail the sales out of the AI Marketing advertisements.
“Adsales” is an old scam, you’ll have to do better than that “C”.
Since you seem to want to be the authority on INB – you should have audited financials and their financial services registration documents at hand thanks.
‘ Anti MLM’ have you ever heard of Affiliate Marketing? For documents you should contact he organization if you want to.
Affiliate marketing is a sad excuse for people that are unable to actually earn an income through actual work,so have to resort to try to bolster their coffers “passively” by (often) selling people nonexistent opportunities
Since you are working for/with them you should have done your due diligence in confirming they are registered and audited,so don’t try to redirect now. It’s pathetic
PS. I already know the documentation doesn’t exist,but you could’ve been honest and said you know it doesn’t exist either. I prefer slimey salespeople to be honest about it
Are you talking about the bullshit cashback platform ruse or the monthly returns?
The returns are paid in NBO, the cashback is just the scammers behind AI Marketing signing up with a third-party network.
I didn’t waste my time covering the cashback ruse because it doesn’t matter. The review details the ROI is paid in NBO, which is correct.
Not evidence of external revenue being used to pay returns (NBO withdrawals).
Any passive ROI MLM company is legally required to provide audited financial reports to regulators and the public.
INB Network and AI Marketing don’t because they are a Ponzi scheme.
So you make a review about AI Marketing without taking a look in the AI Marketing dashboard?.
Where is the review then based on? Very strange.
Again, you are spreading false information saying AI Marketing pays in NBO, as all amounts, sales and cashback are stated and paid in US Dollar… You cannot find NBO in the AI Marketing dashboard.
Monthly returns are paid in NBO. The third-party cashback ruse the Ponzi scheme hides behind is irrelevant. Wasn’t even covered in the review.
Last time I’m going to repeat myself. Hire a translator if it’s not getting through.
There are no monthly returns…
AI Marketing is covered in the review. They pay in dollars. Please inform yourself better before writing a review.
There are monthly returns, as detailed in the review.
The review is based on INB Network’s compensation plan, which AI Network is part of. That’s why it’s titled, INB Network Review:.
Last time I’m saying this, I didn’t cover the third-party cashback because it’s irrelevant. The “invest $10 or more and get up to 35% monthly returns” is paid in NBO.
Trying to hide your Ponzi scheme behind a third-party cashback platform isn’t going to work here.
Dear scamfiliate marketer,
Since you’re still claiming authority on factual evidence you still need to present your opportunity’s registration and audits. Till then you’re just an angry ponzi-whore with nothing to add.
Not to mention official compensation documentation.
Won’t hold my breath for anything
Has no issues with it being called a ponzi, but whoaaaaa fella check your facts, dollars are involved!
Absolutely not. Again. The daily cashback is calculated and paid in USdollar.
You will not find NBO in AI Marketing dashboard and you can participate in AI Marketing without dealing with INB or their NBO’s.
Thank you for your reviews. Keep up the good work.
By the way, I think there is a genuine misunderstanding between you guys. I do not think “C” is trying to promote INB Network nor AI marketing.
I also feel a little confused about the parts (s)he is talking about. Further (sorry) explanations or another review of AI Marketing itself would be appreciated.
Thank you for your service once again.
Added some updates to address AI Marketing Ponzi shills who aren’t going through INB Network.
AI Marketing standalone isn’t MLM, which is why this wasn’t initially addressed. I stand by that, but butthurt AI Marketing Ponzi shills are upset and it’s no skin off my nose to make the clarification.
Whether you invest through INB Network or AI Marketing directly, you’re still investing in a Ponzi scheme in which the majority of participants will lose money.
Thank you for your comment, Random Gestel. Thank you for the update, OZ.
Now I see you have added this:
This is not true. You can’t invest in AI Marketing by sending NBO.
The only function of the NBO is payout of commissions and bonuses from INB Network. So, can you please remove this from your review?
Commissions and bonuses in INB Network are paid out in PRTN tokens. You convert PRTN tokens into actual cryptocurrency to withdraw through the internal exchange.
If you’re investing into AI Marketing from INB Network:
This is quoted from – mostqbali.com/how-to-make-money-with-ai-marketing-inb-network-affiliate-program-make-easy-money-online/
Feel free to provide official compensation documentation that states otherwise.
So please change it in your review. As we both write its only about the bonuses part.
Investments in AI Marketing by people simply buyimg and sendimg NBO is not possible. Its only about receiving a bonus.
I’ve made the clarification about investing directly into AI Marketing. I’m not turning this into a review about AI Marketing, this is a review on INB Network.
The AI Marketing Ponzi scheme is integrated into INB Network. What happens outside of that is beyond the scope of this review (for the record though, AI Marketing is a Ponzi scheme).
Either provide the requested official INB Network compensation documentation or I’m sticking to that source material, thanks.
Its the real career & cashback platform . Only need to know about the owner.
Real career in the sense you’ll be scamming people through a Ponzi scheme. And a real cashback platform in that it’s just a marketing front for a Ponzi scheme.
Well look at that, there’s a reason you don’t know the owner. Too lazy to even give you a Boris CEO.
Please Note that the following information does not imply that this is a scam site.
It seems that ai.marketing is a worldwide sensation. Why wouldn’t the owner(s) make themselves known???
Has anyone spoke to a real person representing this company site?
Where is the transparency?
Here’s what we found:
Possible Owner(s) TAREK AMR, from North Holland Netherland, BRIAZKALO SERHII MYKOLAYOVYCH, from Kyiv Ukraine. he is listed as Director of the Hong Kong corporation.
We have found phone numbers and addresses but we choose not publish.
Also our research found Mr. AMR has a passion for machine learning, and that the name MYKOLAYOVYCH is connected to the Ukraine government.
Operation: UDMCREATORS LTD, Company number 13194692. Unit 111420, Second Floor, 6 Market Place, London, United Kingdom
WEXFORD ALLIANCE LIMITED
Company Number2531493StatusLiveIncorporation Date2 May 2017 (about 4 years ago)Company TypePrivate company limited by shares
Jurisdiction Hong KongSource Hong Kong Companies Registry, icris.cr.gov.hk/, 13 Jan 2020ADD DATA (WEBSITE, ADDRESS, ETC)
You are correct that Wexford is a shell company here in Hong Kong. I was just there 10 minutes ago and the address actually belongs to an account firm called West Union.
They confirmed that Wexford is a client of theirs.
We’ve done an API History search, Wayback Machine also confirms the API information/fact ai.marketing was parked for a few years.
We also have an Admin in HK, who has physically gone to the address 3 times in Hong Kong. He was able to go to the office listed as the Office of ai, which in reality is housed by westuniongroup.hk
As of 8 hours ago, members on the Facebook ai.marketing page, are reporting that they “cannot find payeer”. ai.marketing advised that it is “maintenance on site for two three days”
If AI.marketing is a pure Ponzi scheme, how it is possible that they paying 1.5% cashback from offline shopping?
If someone going to IKEA and buying furniture’s for 10.000$, they giving back to You 1.500$. If they are pure Ponzi and don’t have any contract’s with company (We contacted various online stores and they confirmed that they had ai.marketing on their partner list) – how it is possible that they paying so long? (More then 1 year).
How You can be so sure, that they doing nothing with people money If anyone with his own website can use they cashback links from so many company’s and that company’s can confirm that they have agreement with AI.marketing?
They aren’t. You sign up, invest, someone steals your money and then you steal money from people who invest after you.
Cool. Name two and I’ll send them an email to confirm.
Ponzi schemes pay out as long as new investors sign up to lose money.
Legitimate passive investment opportunities are required to register with financial regulators and provide audited financial reports. There is no need for guess work.
Any MLM offering a passive investment opportunity that can’t or won’t provide audited financial reports is a Ponzi scheme.
Walmart and iHerb confirmed that ai.marketing is their affiliate partner.. plz confirmed it from your side too..I have photos of their confirmation..How can I upload photos in this website..?
No. No they didn’t. You are welcome to get in contact via the contact form or upload your proof to a public hosting site and link back.
Legitimacy via association isn’t a thing. INB Network and AI Marketing are running a Ponzi scheme, regardless of who they try to associate themselves with.
I normally use this site and i think it is really good, but this article is bad.
if you are going to check if someone is a scam you should check it, in this case many people have asked reputable companies if AI marketing is an affiliate and they have told us that yes they are.
Also 1.5% offline cashback is very normal you can use a lot of bank card and other pre-paid card that give you 1.5% cashback badly researched article.
Walmart affiliate program description:
And that’s it. You sign up, pay a nominal fee, and you’re on their list of affiliate members.
If I’m running a Ponzi scheme and want to pretend Walmart is one of my strategic business partners, what better way than to sign up in Walmart’s affiliate program? Then I can tell my idiot victims the Ponzi money is coming from Walmart, cuz I’m an affiliate! Call them and ask for yourself!
But Walmart’s affiliate program has nothing to do with any cash-back program; it’s simply a finder’s fee for online purchases.
As far as due diligance is concerned, getting a confirmation from Walmart or anyone else that Company X is on their affiliates list is meaningless. It just means they signed their bogus company up to a program that is available to literally everyone. It says nothing about where your “money back” is really coming from.
Yes, yes. Everyone loves BehindMLM, until we review your scam.
What you loved about all our other reviews is the same research and methodology and research applied to INB Network and AI Marketing.
Instead of wasting your time with that you should have asked AI Marketing for legally required audited financial reports. That is the only way to prove external revenue is being used to pay returns.
If a company can’t provide you these reports and is paying passive returns, it’s a Ponzi scheme.
Cashback on what? Calling a return “cashback” doesn’t make it less of a return. And a 1.5% daily return is only normal in Ponzi lala land.
Sorry for your loss.
Thanks a lot for the reyiew on Ai marketing. It was learnt the company claimed that their was a cyber attack against their website since 12th July and since 13th they temporarily stopped operations and had twice asked their investors to give them time to sort things out.
OZ give this platform more clues about the scam.
I have screen in polish from decathlon that they are working with them 🙂
Covered here – https://behindmlm.com/companies/inb-networks-ai-marketing-collapsing-withdrawals-disabled/
Standard exit-scam excuses being trotted out.
1. Legitimacy via association isn’t a thing.
2. How many times does it have to be stated that anyone can sign up as an affiliate?
If AI Marketing wasn’t a Ponzi scheme they’d be registered with financial regulators and providing audited financial reports.
ai.marketing is now operating under the name cashbackpro.biz
Only complete fools would buy into this scam!
Ugh, why would you even bother?
Thank you bro, I was looking for an article like this one. Greed to make easy money usually exceeds the common sense.
Any updates where the website is going?
INB Network/AI Marketing websites will disappear when the scammers have finished their exit-scam.
AI Marketing is dead/gone. INB network is a login page only. AI marketing cloned and now under cashbackpro.
No it’s not gone. ai.marketing/ and inb.network/ both work. I log in regularly.
If you have issues logging on clear cookies or use Incognito mode or InPrivate browser window. Withdrawals are also working fine.
Marko there is no reason to rewrite history.
AI Marketing collapsed and INB Network was hitched to the CashBackPro reboot.
Im not rewriting history just correcting someone previously incorrect statements. They still work under AI marketing and the site is still active and accessible, so to say they shut it down is false.
Im not denying the reboot to CashbackPro etc just that AI Marketing is not dead/gone. Funds all still there and withdrawable, so no exit scam.
Can also confirm with Marko that ai.marketing is back and fully operational.
If AI Marketing has been rebooted, enjoy the new funds stolen from CashBackPro I guess.
Ponzi schemes are a zero-sum equation. When that money runs out, kaboom again.
I have read the review and all the commments. The review in itself is 99% accurate. Only the statements regarding NBO are not correct.
However, that is not the point. The issue here is that in fact no one has access to the real owners.
There is a lot of hyping going on and many groups of so called “leaders” will chase you or ban you from their groups if you even express a very small portion of doubt. All of this are standard triggers for a ponzi scheme.
INdeed, in July the program froze due to the “Russian issue” and indeed in august, for a short while they returned and started to pay bit by bit.
However, soon enough the payments stopped again, claiming that there was a technical issue with their payment module after an attempt to upgrade that module for including credit cards.. They claimed to rewrite the entire module but uptil now nothing has been resolved.
This also is a very clear sign of a collapsing PONZI scheme. I find it almost unbelievable to see there are still people try to convince others that this is a legit company for they are NOT.
Ponzi collapse then classic reload scheme.
And we had the usual dumbasses on here (e.g. Marko @ #63) buying into it.
@Jan Ceulemans so you knew it was scam so after referring to other innocent investors when your own money which I guess might be referral commission (not your own money) which u can’t withdraw now ..
you got this place to cry and say it is scam right…
I want to tell you one thing…stop referring to investment site which you yourself not sure if it is legit or not and beware other also ..you are also equivalent to to scammer.
@Oz if you had invested around the time when you started complaining here on this website you would have made some serious dollars mate 😉
I’ve been running BehindMLM for 12 years. The fuck makes you think I’ve even remotely interested in stealing money from people?
God we get some of the worst sewer people on here sometimes…
If you can’t beat the financial fraudsters, join them? Terrible advice.
Currently no withdrawals can be made.
No reference to what happened to the Hong Kong staff, but Ukraine staff and servers disrupted by the war. Supposedly they are up and running in another country.
Meetings are delayed and updates rehash old points without a focus on withdrawals.
It looks like they are accepting deposits of outside funds. Some small administrative changes are announced to the AIM program.
So, it’s still running, but not making any payouts.
Perfect scam and ponzy scheme ..I am still in doubt why few are still promoting this shit..
a ponzy works like that ..a ponzy can’t be consistent …it is ponzy and not a business which can have continuity plan or genuine reason..
may be they will resume withdrawal for short time to lure new comers before stopping withdrawal again.. perfect scammers we can say.. and I think think this will never end as long as this world exist.. scam destined to happen..
scammers will keep promoting scam and make money and life will go on….