The Viral Franchise Review: $7 a month cash gifting
The Viral Franchise launched in 2013 and credits Frederick Spears as the company owner.
Spears runs The Viral Franchise as part of his other company, “I Wanna Be Rich”. The domain registration for I Wanna Be Rich lists Spears as the owner. An address in Ontario Canada is also provided.
I wasn’t able to peg any other opportunities to Spears or I Wanna Be Rich, so The Viral Franchise appears to be the first opportunity Spears has launched under the brand.
Read on for a full review of The Viral Franchise MLM business opportunity.
The Viral Franchise Product Line
The Viral Franchise has no retailable products or services. Affiliates join the company for $7 and are then only able to market membership to the company itself.
An advertising service is made available to affiliates who continue to pay their monthly participation fee.
The Viral Franchise Compensation Plan
The Viral Franchise compensation plan revolves around affiliates spending $7 to sign up.
Upon signing up, an affiliate is given a replicated webpage on The Viral Franchise domain. This web page has placement for four names, with an affiliate’s own name placed at the top of the list.
The position below them is filled by the affiliate who recruited them, the third is the affiliate who recruited that affiliate and the fourth the affiliate who recruited the third affiliate.
If the affiliate wants to get paid, they must then go out and recruit new affiliates.
Each affiliate recruited is given their own replicated webpage with their own list. The affiliate who recruited them is placed in the second position on these lists and the affiliate who was just recruited is placed at the top of the list.
If these recruited affiliates recruit new affiliates they receive replicated webpages with the original recruiting affiliate placed in the third position of their lists.
One more level of recruitment sees the original recruited affiliate placed in the fourth level of these lists.
The above mechanics are true of any new The Viral Franchise Affiliate. In a nutshell an affiliate is paid down three levels of recruitment.
How much they are paid each month is unclear (whether or not an affiliates $7 monthly fee is split equally between the four positions on the list is not clear).
The Viral Franchise affiliates also seem to be able to purchase something called “sales cuts” ($10 to $224). These “cuts” appear to be a way for affiliates to purchase shares in company breakage (commissions paid to redundant positions because someone quit and/or stopped paying their monthly participation fee).
When a Viral Franchise is sold from an established franchise the payments go to the appropriate upline BUT if it’s an un-established franchise those payments go to the sales cut owners.
How breakage funds are paid into the six levels of sales cuts buy-ins isn’t clarified, ditto how affiliates are paid through them.
Joining The Viral Franchise
Affiliate membership to the Viral Franchise is $7 a month.
Participation in The Viral Franchise’s Sales Cuts will cost an additional $10 to $224.
With nothing being sold to or bought by retail customers and affiliates paying their membership fees to those who recruited them (and their uplines), The Viral Franchise operates as a cash gifting scheme.
Think of it as the chain letters of old that used to get mailed around, only this one is managed via the internet.
Back in the day participants would receive a letter in the mail with a list of names. They sent money to a name or names on the list and then sent out a new list with their name added to the bottom of the list.
In The Viral Franchise affiliates join and receive a virtual list. They market this list to potential participants and if they join, they then send payments to people on the list and in return receive their own list.
An advertising platform is bundled with affiliate participation but it is the gifting scheme itself that is being marketed here.
The Sales Cuts component of the compensation plan appears to add a layer of unregistered securities to the scheme too.
Affiliates buy positions for between $10 to $224 on the expectation of ultimately receiving a >100% ROI, paid out of breakage commission funded by the sale of new gifting participant fees.
Ultimately cash gifting schemes follow a similar fate to that of their pyramid scheme cousins.
Once recruitment of new participants slows down, those at the bottom will stop paying their monthly $7 participation fee.
When this happens those above them will stop receiving monthly gifting payments and they too will stop paying their monthly $7 fee. Those above them then find themselves not getting paid.
Over time this trickles up the company-wide lineage until the scheme suffers an irreversible collapse.
Instead of referring to The Viral Franchise’s commissions as what they are, cash gifting payments, Frederick Spears instead refers to them as “micro transactions”.
Spears runs the payment processor IWBR Financial, which he describes as
a loadable credit payment system where users add money/credits to their accounts in order to make purchases online to our select network of approved websites and businesses.
When a user makes a purchase using our system it moves credits from their account to the recipients account, subscription payments will be automatically deducted and transferred every 30 days.
We do not take any banking information (for your safety) so in order to load your account you would need to use an external payment processor, paypal, payza, ego pay, STP, ect. (sic)
We specialize in processing micro transactions (under $5) in bulk, so if you are receiving hundreds, thousands or even tens of thousands of these transactions every month it adds up to a ton of cash that you are now able to keep.
Anonymous banking? Liberty Reserve ran something similar for a few years until it was shutdown in 2013. It’s owner and management are now facing jail time on money laundering charges.
Spears charges his affiliates a 5% fee on withdrawals, which is in addition to any gifts he makes via participation in The Viral Franchise’s gifting scheme (typically an owner will preload such a scheme with multiple positions at the top).
It’s more like “we promise to act like a bank, but I assure you we’re not a bank, and if regulators come calling we’ll just close up and give most of it to the government (while we keep the rest and tell you to go bug the government while I start up something else to take your money)”
Thanks for the half accurate review, why you would do that to yourself publicly is beyond me.
Just to clarify, the Viral Franchise is an advertising platform for the make money online industry. For less then $10 dollars a month anyone can become a Viral Franchise owner and receive unlimited advertising rights on the VF network, our focus is on network growth which will make our advertising opportunity more appealing.
Promotion of the VF and even the monthly payments are completely optional but the majority of VF owners do both because they believe in our service.
September 2014 we averaged 10.7 million ad impressions served per day, October 2014 we averaged 16.9 million impressions per day and so far this month November 2014 we have averaged over 41 million impressions per day.
This is worth much much more then $7 dollars a month and my optional method of franchise fees and internal payments pays people to increase these numbers, we use our own credit payment and tracking system to avoid nasty transaction fees of the online processors as well as to give me the proper revenue information for my ‘registered’ business.
Everyone knows that MLM IS PYRAMID MARKETING but this doesn’t mean that every MLM is a pyramid scam. When we max out our franchising structure you say that people will stop making payments and things will fall apart, I completely disagree because ‘when this happens’ our network is going to be a global giant.
What do you thing we can sell ad space for if we were doing billions of impressions per day to a target market? Our structure is affordable, sustainable and profitable for all our advertisers and promoters, even our free franchise owners make money 🙂
So if you need help updating your review with correct information on my company and business then please contact me with any questions you might have.
Put down the scam book of excuses son. You’re not selling anything, your affiliates gift eachother their participation fees each month.
Of course not, but yours is.
No matter how big a gifting pyramid gets, the liabilities only increase.
And again, put down the book of scam excuses 101. You’re never going to become a “giant” because no legitimate advertisers are going to advertise on a gifting opportunity website.
Because of the gifting opportunity attached.
Untargeted impressions served to participants in a gifting scheme = utterly worthless to any legitimate advertiser.
you and your buddies who get in early.
And don’t waste both our time claiming gifting pyramid schemes are sustainable. Mathematics does not lie.
Nothing you responded with addresses the $7 a month cash gifting scheme you have going on.111
Consider this my reply to your email of the same.
Wasn’t that what Andy “Ad Surf Daily Ponzi” Bowdoin said too?
Wow, I don’t think I’ve ever spoken to someone so jaded by an incorrect personal opinion, but your entitled to it none the less 😉
So why can’t you accept the fact that Viral Franchise owners get paid to promote? You keep throwing around the words ‘cash gifting’ but our franchise owners have to work to earn money, if they don’t want to promote the business then they are probably taking advantage of of our service to build lists or sell external products and services.
Scam book of excuses? FACT: We receive over 500k unique hits on a bad day but still manage to average over 4 page views with approximately 12 ads per page, are you telling me that if you were promoting something ‘make money online’ related you wouldn’t drop $7 dollars for an unlimited piece of that?
I used to pay anywhere from 0.05 cents to 1.50 per click on one ad campaign but on the Viral Franchise it’s unlimited clicks, unlimited impressions AND unlimited campaigns for only $7 dollars.
For every $7 dollars the company makes it pays out $6 dollars split between 6 of our promoters for their work, so I really dont see where you keep coming up with this cash gifting claim.
All I can take away from your replies is that you are missing some information BUT because it’s such a corrupt industry you think you’ve heard and seen it all before 😉
So to finish up the Viral Franchise offers an outstanding advertising opportunity to a niche market at a very affordable price, being in the make money online industry we also include 4 additional ways to earn money with your Viral Franchise business at no extra cost.
#1. You receive unlimited advertising to promote your other businesses or affiliate links.
#2. Earn 100% of all advertising purchased from your franchise.
#3. You receive 100% of all fee#2 and fee#3 Sales Cuts sold from your franchise.
#4. Earn unlimited $5 dollar commissions from ‘automated’ teambuilds and Synergetics.
#5. (HOT) Sell Viral Franchises for unlimited amounts of daily and monthly recurring income.
Opinion schminion. Unless you’re grossly misrepresenting The Viral Franchise compensation plan, facts are facts.
Referring to facts as opinions (which is a poor dismissal tactic that fails to address the problems) doesn’t make it so.
I can and do. They’re paid to promote the income opportunity (recruit new affiliates).
This is otherwise known as a pyramid scheme.
You can call it what you want. They gift 100% of their participation fees to the affiliate who recruited them.
This is the business model of a cash gifting scheme.
Seeing as you have no retail option or activity, all participants are affiliates. You can assume what you about said affiliates (“probably”), but at the end of the day all your members are participants in a cash gifting scheme.
All your “facts” are strawman arguments that fail to address the cash gifting core business model.
a cash gifting scheme with a bunch of crap tacked on in a poor attempt at legitimacy.
Welcome to every modern day cash gifting scheme.
You really should rename your website to ‘mymlmopinion.com’ because your review is just an uneducated slam that serves no purpose, your original post reads like you briefly viewed the site and then filled in your own blanks.
Your scam tunnel vision keeps redirecting your bullet point to cash gifting when in all reality your misinterpreting our business model and payment plan, for some reason you keep overlooking ‘or it’s because you just don’t know’ that every ad that gets placed on our network will receive between 20 and 350 clickthroughs.
Since mathematics doesn’t lie ‘as you said earlier’ add up what that would cost, you can even lowball it to a nickel a click or divide it by 7 😉
Ofcourse the main goal is to recruit people because all by my self I cannot achieve over 500k hits every day and could have served over half a billion impressions last month, so the franchise owners help me promote the site and I give them an equal sales share of the income that they generate.
This is called a ‘make money online opportunity’ which IS the business that we are in. This is a very lucrative business for everyone involved, low cost, scalable and proven to produce results.
You can call it whatever you like, it doesn’t change the fact that we will serve OVER 1 billion ads for the month of November as well as bring in another 900 to 1500 franchise owners 🙂
Have a great day 🙂
Why does your website have blanks for him to fill in any way?
A fact has already happened. “We will” cannot be a fact. EPIC FAIL.
So which state’s franchise laws are you following? And please don’t say “you have no idea”. But given your existing fails, it wouldn’t surprise me.
Hi K Chang
The website doesn’t have blanks for him to fill in on his own, he just did it…
Epic fail that I acknowledged that we will serve over a billion ads this month? How is that an epic fail, it’s a milestone that not many MMO businesses achieve which makes it an EPIC WIN 😉
I’m from Canada and the I Wanna Be Rich company is registered in Canada, so if you wanna brush up on our franchise laws go here and have some fun: sse.gov.on.ca/mcs/en/pages/business_franchising.aspx
So I hope that cleared things up since one of you can’t be bothered to read things through without jumping to conclusions while the other can’t differentiate a fail from an achievement 😉
Presenting a prediction as a fact is a sign of confusion… or supreme ego.
Inability to recognize one’s own ego or weakness indicates a narcissistic personality and huge blind spot to one’s own faults.
You’ve cleared up quite a few things alright… You love talking big to yourself and ignore criticism, even constructive ones.
None of this is relevant to the fact that The Viral Franchise is a cash gifting scheme.
The advertising smoke and mirrors is irrelevant, the business model is all that matters here.
There’s no retail activity and your affiliates are just gifting eachother the funds they pump into the scheme.
Furthermore the fact that you place sole emphasis on raw impression numbers without any sense of targeting or placement indicates you are rather clueless when it comes to online advertising in any event.
But again, what you bundle with your cash gifting scheme in no way negates said scheme. You can harp on about your impressions all you want, it’s still just a cash gifting scheme.
You’re taking money in from US citizens. You probably want to forget about hiding under Canadian franchise law and start worrying about being a cash gifting pyramid scheme under US law.
In any event, cash gifting is as illegal in Canada as it is in the US. Calling it “franchising” doesn’t make it any less so.
And one of Frederick’s largest pimps is “kango” on the MMG forum.
Talk about someone with more than a few loose screws. He believes that Brad Kamanski is an honest businessman and Frederick aslo supported kango’s claims about Brad the scammer!
This page may be more relevant.
Out of curiosity, where are the “billion” ads being served?
What if you serve a billion ads, but nobody sees them, are they really there ???
A billion ads that only members of the same group see = no ads at all.
A billion ads that people only click on long enough to qualify them as a HYIP “earner” = no ads at all
This is actually quite amusing 🙂
Ofcourse I have a supreme ego, I’m the Owner, Operator and CEO of the I Wanna Be Rich company. You think I walk around with my head held in shame, second guessing my successful business because a few people can’t see the big picture? Lol
You say I’m ignoring criticism but none was given, every comment directed at me or my business model came in the form of an attack or insult. Appearantly having a large ‘successful’ target advertising business has struck a few cords, this makes me very happy because it means that I’m doing something right while you are still showing Adsense 😉
And Kango isn’t a pimp, he is my Director Of Public Information.
Oh, And this Brad guy, I only know him from viewing 1 of his websites. What I’ve said in the past after viewing his site is that he isnt a scammer because he is honest in what he provides, he tells people ‘straight up’ what he is doing and if they want to take part they are welcome. Scammers lie and manipulate to take your money, it’s very different 😉
DGR, thank you for posting what a pyramid scam is but it’s not relevant. It mentions that investing into a fake business with the goal of recruiting people to bring in more people to invest… We don’t invest anything at the VF, franchise owners are paid to promote. The ads we serve are posted on the Viral Franchise website.
Littleroundman, who says nobody sees them? Did you even read the earlier posts where I mentioned that every ad placed on the VF receives between 20 and 350 target clickthroughs? Then you compare our service to a HYIP… Lol
Feel free to keep it coming guys, you can’t make a good business look bad when you don’t even know what you are talking about in the first place 😉
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The Viral Franchise is a cash gifting scheme, where affiliates pay affiliates their participation fees. Said fee qualifies an affiliate to receive gifting payments from other members.
If you do not address this directly in your next comment, your replies will be marked as spam. This includes irrelevant waffling about advertising, as that does not address the cash gifting issue.
From who? Your affiliates?
Clickthroughs from cash gifting participants clicking in order to qualify for gifting payments is utterly worthless to legitimate advertisers.
Nobody has to “do” anything to make your “coff” business “chortle, guffaw” look bad.
Real advertisers don’t know it exists and HYIP ponzi players who would gamble on two flies climbing a wall and don’t give a damn about your doctored figures.
As for the rest of us, we’ll continue to make fun of you floundering around trying to convince yourself you’re successful anywhere other than the usual suspect HYIP ponzi forums and, instead, listen to Oz, who really DOES know what he’s talking about.
But I have been addressing your cash gifting claim…
YOU are the one who says affiliates are paying affiliates participation fees, then YOU said thats what qualifies them to receive payments from other members.
YOU are fabricating that entire thing and pointing a finger at ME the entire time.
The people who click on our ads are internet marketers looking to make money online, some of them are franchise owners, some of them are leads, the rest of them come from everywhere else in the world. Again YOU just fabricated that our clickthroughs only come from people trying to qualify for for cash gifts, nowhere on the site dose it tell anyone to click ads, people do it of their own free will.
Does that clarify everything directly? Feel free to ask me questions so I can give you answers instead of just trying to put me on the defensive with fabricated comments that are backed up by more fabrication.
I didn’t say that, your business model does.
participating in a $7 a month cash gifting scheme.
You sign up to Viral Franchise, pay your $7 gifting fee (which is gifted to those who joined before you), and then set about recruiting new members who gift their payments to you.
This is by definition a cash gifting scheme. Money is simply shuffled from new participants to old participants.
There’s nothing to fabricate, your compensation plan is all the evidence required.
I don’t understand how you can say my business model is cash gifting when it doesn’t say anything like that, here is a quote from the website:
“We are currently looking for new Viral Franchise owners to help expand our advertising network, by joining us today you will be allowing me to pay you an equal sales share of every franchise that you assist in opening up to 30 levels deep and infinitly wide. ”
What I’m reading here is that we are looking for people to help grow the business and they will be compensated for any sales made from their promotional efforts, new franchise owners come in the form of people who want to promote their MMO ads, services, lists ‘and or’ the VF business as well.
When the new VF owners sign up they do NOT pay an upline, they pay me, then I in turn redirect an equal sales share to the active promoters who helped me make that sale.
No where does it state that someone has to click ads or cash gift, this IS however how you are personally interpreting it which still doesn’t make it a reality 😉
There is actually nothing left to be said on the subject so I won’t be responding to any more posts, feel free to cap it off with your incorrect assumptions and fabrications 🙂
Thank you and have a great day:)
Because what you say is irrelevant.
The flow of money is what defines your business model. You can call it whatever you want, but ultimately this is what happens:
This fits the definition of a cash gifting scheme. Referring it to a rainbow colored unicorn, your uncle’s belly flint or “a franchise” does not change anything.
Best of luck with the scamming.
FTC investor alert:
Exactly, you see every criticism as “insult to be ignored”.
I commented that you label your prediction of November traffic as “fact” (as November haven’t finished) as absurd, you simply ignored it. So you ignore criticism Comment about your psychological state is extrapolated logically from your actions and reactions.
And who pay for such ads? Internet marketers, of course. (And you, as you probably insert a few of your own ads)
Okay, here’s a question instead of a comment
You wrote “it doesn’t change the fact that we will serve OVER 1 billion ads for the month of November”.
Why did you use “the fact that we will”? it can’t be fact when it hadn’t happened.
How many domains is that “billion ads” on any way? According to stats from 2011, a typical web user is more likely to survive a plane crash than to click on an ad banner.
Care to comment? Or are you going to regard that as an insult?
Those ads are all shown on 1 domain, The Viral Franchise. And let me take back the word fact, at 11 days into the month we are at 427 million ads served so there is a small chance we might fall slightly short;)
The people who pay for these ads are Viral Franchise owners, both free and paid owners receive unlimited banner advertising on our network in order to promote their external quick money programs and services.
The free accounts must promote our network in order to activate their advertising while the paid accounts ($7 dollars) have full unlimited access.
Thank you for the real questions, they weren’t insulting in the least 😉
I’m in the program just two weeks now and it works for me already. I’m dutch so mr Spears is does not take money from just US citizins only:).
But I was wondering is your opinion based on participating or just reading? Not fighting your verdict but this program paid me so it’s hard for me to call it a scam.
I had mail contact with mr Spears and the communication was very satisfying.
Everybody is entitled to have his own opinion, just sharing a client experience and all I can say it works for me personally enough to stick with the program on long term base.
I agree though that the system is very hard to understand. Still figuring things out. But the basics are clear to me. When you have questions mr Spears is very fast with responding.
I respect your opinion just shared my experience.
Dismissing critical analysis of Viral Franchise’s business model and compensation plan as “opinion” only reveals your confirmation bias.
A business model, compensation plan and flow of money are not subject to opinion. They are mathematical processes which can be tracked and analysed.
How so? By routing new participants gifts to yourself? If that’s your yardstick for “working” then sure.
It in no way addresses the fact that The Viral Franchise operates as a cash gifting scheme.
Your own hip pocket is immaterial in determining whether or not The Viral Franchise is a scam. All cash gifting schemes are scams.
It would be a pretty stupid bunch of fraudsters if you didn’t get paid after only two weeks.
That’s how fraud works.
First we are cash gifting, then we are a scam, now we are fraud…
Im having a hard time linking the connections where we pay people to promote (cash gifting just gives money), we tell them the truth on exactly how anyone can make money (scam is to swindle) and I’ve not missed a payout for anyone in 4 years (so the fraud claim is fabricated).
The only thing people have a hard time understanding is how our franchise payment plan works but as long as they are actively promoting they are eligible to receive new daily and monthly recurring payments, just because someone doesn’t understand something doesn’t mean that its some big elaborate rip off 😉
Im enjoying the attempted bad publicity though, id hate to be labeled as perfect because thats a tough hat to wear for long periods of time 😉
the three terms are interchangeable.
but, you knew that
I wonder if something’s wrong with your server, or someone’s just refreshing your site for hits.
Given that the ENTIRE USA in the ENTIRE YEAR of 2012 got about 5.3 trillion ads, according to ComScore (audited and all that), your single server serving 427 million ads in 11 days for a niche market, frankly, sounds completely bull(bleep).
Lol, I don’t recall submitting our current month ad stats to comscore 2 years before we served them 😉
But thank you for your 0.02 cents, next time clear your browsers cache and seek out some up to date information by obtaining it from someone or somewhere that knows what’s actually going on, you will keep your personal credibility that way 🙂
So you don’t trust ComScore the authority in ad stats, believes your stats are 100% accurate when it makes no sense, and called your critic a loser.
Didn’t you say something about you not enjoy being insulted? Seems you enjoy insulting others, in a condescending tone.
Thanks for proving my point, by the way.
So if you can deposit any amount into the financial site 1:1.
Withdrawing Funds($100 Minimum): 5% service fee capped
So if you happen to never spend your balance you put in of say
You in essence can’t withdraw it.
I think that is some sort of scam right there.
On another note
Just because they buy a viral franchise and pay you – you are just handing the money off to the sponsor as a middle man.
minus your fee of course.
I guess you are saying the site “franchise” is the product.
So when no one else is buying these sites are they left with the hope people are clicking the ads for income?
With multiple banners on the bottom of pages – its easy to see how you are getting all the impressions served per day.
One might need to do some division to get to the true amount of real views to these ads are getting daily.
Firstly, I dont know nor do I care who ComScore is because they dont know nor do they care who I am. My feelings and ComScores feelings arent hurt in the least I assure you 😉
Who called you a loser? Thats called putting words in my mouth to further prove your own incorrect points, all I said was to get your facts straight before posting off the top of your head. For the record I dont think you are a loser at all, YOU said that not me 😉
And no points were proven in this exchange of words, you called my service bull**** based off your own opinion guided by information from places I dont submit stats. Wanna know where I do place our stats? On the Viral Franchise network and recently right here 😉
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This is the most telling post about you and your scam business model.
Kango is the most oblivious person on the internet and you have this M*RON as your Director of Public Information! Also, Brad Kamanski IS (you get that, IS) a scammer!
Excellent comment Terrence, thank you 🙂
Yes there is a minimum withdraw from iwbr financial of $100 dollars minimum bi-weekly, the reason for this is because when the minimum was originally set at $25 dollars I was sending them all day long which was in all honesty a waste of time considering the scale of earning that can be attained.
I also didnt want people focusing on making a measly $25 bucks when they can do much better for themselves with a little more time, its also a greater sense of accomplishment when you hit the triple digits 😉
Accounts can not get stuck at $50 bucks OR any amount. Within the last year I have had a total of 4 account loads where people have changed their minds at the last minute, since they didnt start any payments within iwbr financial they were refunded within 24 hours, no harm no foul.
A second situation could be where someone loads their account with $57 dollars and made 1 month of payments then decided to quit leaving them with $50 dollars in their account. My policy of no refunds comes into play BUT there are still 2 ways to cash out.
The first way is to load their account again so it hits the $100 dollar minimum OR allow me to take my 5% off the top and send them their remaining $45 dollars. There has ‘never’ been a time when someone hasnt been able to cash out money they are fully entitled to, the reputation of me and my business rely’s on this.
Now, once the franchising aspect runs dry we can flip our script into solely selling ad space and or PPC or any number of other ways to get our latecomers some income.
The way our ad service is structured now will not hold a candle to what I have envisioned 5 years from now, we are registered until 2021 so there is lots of time to hash things out 🙂
As for actual impressions, no hype but its very on point. My Google analytics tells me our average page views are 4, so if we do 1 million hits we show 4 million pages that contain between 10/18 ads each. This equals out to about 56 million impressions for every 1 million hits.
To prevent our ads from running dry I allow unlimited ad posting per franchise owner (except for multiples), passive or free promoters receive 3000 impressions per campaign, top promoters (5000+ franchise hits) receive 100,000 impressions per campaign.
Click through ratios are solely dependent on the ad that has been posted, is it old, original, click bate type, ect. Our ads receive between 20 and 350 taking all factors into consideration.
If there are any other excellent questions or concerns id love to hear and reply to them 🙂
Thanks again Terrence
One and the same. They’re derivatives of eachother.
Simple. I join and pay my participation fee and then receive gift payments directly from those I recruit. I also then receive gift payments from participants they recruit etc.
Not really, got it the first time when I published the review.
The only people having a hard time are those trying to convince the world a cash gifting scheme like Viral Franchise is something else.
Yes, as long as participants in your gifting scheme recruit new participants they are eligible to receive monthly gifting payments from participants below them.
Like I said, we got it the first time chief.
THE authority in online stat auditing is not relevant to your claiming serving couple HUNDRED MILLION ads in 11 days. Your self-delusion is quite apparent.
Did you not vaguely suggest that my personality credibility is at stake if I don’t take your word for granted?
Oh, sure, we can play “who hinted at what” all day, but in the end, the fact is your stats make no sense, and since everything your business claim to be legit is based on those “stats”, your business is built on shaky foundation, if it is a business at all.
Your bull skills are quite impressive though. Still, it’s not backed up by facts, merely your uncorroborated statements.
The only thing not apparently is whether you actually believe the bull you’re spreading.
Just to reiterate, impressions mean dick when you’re talking about ads being served to cash gifting participants.
No legitimate outsiders are going to pay to target that demographic.
Case in point, take a look at the ads on the website (you have to click off the homepage). They are your typical assortment of HYIP schemes we find on advertising-based scam sites.
But uh yeah, ‘eleventy billion impressions’ so totally not a cash gifting scam.
Do yourselves a favor and check out kango’s posts in the MMG forum. This is the guy that Frederick Spears decided to make his Director of Public Information. Just goes to prove the level of Frederick’s professionalism (and common sense).
you are openly admitting that you run an endless chain recruitment scheme, which will crash and burn, and where latecomers will bear the brunt .
that’s what oz&co are saying too , mr spears , nice to see you’re on the same page.
Anjali, you are one of those people who half reads something and then contributes an opinion. Just scroll the page up a few extra lines of that quote and you will clearly see that when the franchising aspect runs dry we will focus more on other advertising methods.
By that time we will have enough franchise owners that we could control the stock market if we so choose, so who wouldn’t want to advertise new MMO businesses on a site with that many people who are all making money… 🙂
Scammersuk, it seems that you have taken an interest in somebody who has no idea you even convert carbon into oxygen, let alone stalk him on forums.
You need a hobby, if you need a list just give me a shout, I’ll have all my franchise owners help me put it together for you 🙂
Oz, you can call my valued and dedicated viral franchise owners anything you want, I call them fantastic 🙂 And yeah, who would want to place a bunch of ads in front of a target MMO niche market of active promoters and people who spend money on a daily basis?…
So what if people post some questionable advertising ventures, I provide enough information for anyone who wants it on how to make quick and long term cash online and staying clear of obvious scams.
K Chang, I still really don’t care who comscore is. Where in the internet manual of serving ads does it say I have to submit my company stats to them or anyone else in order to keep their company in business if they aren’t paying me for it?
If comscore IS THE advertising stats guru then I should be expecting a call from them with an offer of a payment plan for my info, right?
Anyhow, this is my last post here because there are more opinions and egos then intuitive questions.
it’s a wonder, that you wonder WHY people will not read you post to post !
i’m sure you’re heading for an IPO next . and i guess warren buffet will invest. there are dreams, and then there is pigheadedeness!
Which means you missed the point AGAIN, which suggests that you are doing it deliberately.
Better go back and read my original point, or do you need reading comprehension remedial courses?
I’m not calling them anything.
Viral Franchise uses a cash gifting business model (compensation plan).
Participants in cash gifting schemes are scammers.
You can call them what they want, I stick with the facts.
Cash gifting participants are not an attractive demographic for legitimate advertisers. Hence your only advertisers are participants in your cash gifting scheme.
That doesn’t justify your offering of a clear and obvious scam.
Same old tune…
“runs dry” is essentially admitting that a business model is unsustainable. Any ponzi or pyramid scheme could make the same claim of future plans when things “run dry”.
Mr.Spears answered your questions head on and all you did was nitpick his responses to fit your own critique. tsk tsk tsk He’s still in business. It’s time for a retraction and an apology.
You mean counter his excuses for financial fraud with the fact that The Viral Franchise is a cash gifting scheme?
You can try to dismiss that as nitpicking but that doesn’t negate the facts as they stand.
Alexa statistics reveal The Viral Franchise collapsed throughout 2015 and completely died in early 2016.
It’s only recently re-emerged in the last month or so because of an influx of new suckers. Probably from wherever you’re from.
Cash gifting scams pay out as long as new participants are recruited. Without constant new recruitment they die off.
You found a necro topic from two years ago and decided to cheer? Your train left the station long time ago.