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- 1 What Is BeOnPush – Legitimate Business Model Or A Ponzi Scam?
- 2 Do I Think BeOnPush Is A Scam?
- 3 How Does BeOnPush Make Money
- 4 Reviews Of BeOnPush.com
- 5 Breaking News! No Not Really Just A Cheap Fiverr Video
- 6 BeOnPush LTD Company
- 7 What I Suggest You Do!
What Is BeOnPush – Legitimate Business Model Or A Ponzi Scam?
When it comes to Ponzi Scams and MLM business opportunities it’s hard to distinguish the truth about whats really going on behind the scenes. With lies and gossip thrown around the internet like a cheap rag doll, it’s easy to see how so many people (10,000’s even 100k people) fall victim to online scams.
With BeOnPush.com it’s one of those sticky situations again. Where it appears to be an obvious ponzi MLM scheme hidden by a well presented homepage, the truth is sometimes harder to find. That is…You won’t know 100% until the business packs up shop and moves to Hawaii with all your money.
Do I Think BeOnPush Is A Scam?
I’m very cautious about what to call this program, so I have labelled it as HIGH RISK investment program. When there is absolutely no proof as to how BeOnPush makes it’s profit from there proposed RTP (Real Time Bidding) system. As an investor in any field, I’m sure as heck if I was putting up to $10,000 (Which is the Maximum deposit on Be On Push) into any investment, I would want to know ALL the details. Not some vague, we bid on advertising space and share the profits. I mean real data, conference calls the whole works. But that’s just me.
How Does BeOnPush Make Money
According to their website, the profits which they divide among the members come from buying advertising space online and selling them at a higher price basically. The more money they have to purchase ad space the bigger profit margins they can accomplish with bulk buy/wholesale prices. While this sounds great in theory, do the numbers add up?
As BeOnPush pays it’s investors 150% on there investment in such a short period of time, the amount of ad space they would have to buy is incredible. When you add in the percentage they pay ‘affiliates’ to bring in NEW members and the downline (The member you brought into BeOnPush then recruits NEW members and you get a commission on their deposits as well. MLM- Multi Level Marketing). So in reality the company needs to find at least 170% ROI just to break even. To make profit the company would aim at 200% ROI which just doesn’t sound right to me. If website owners or marketers could find advertising at half price, don’t you think more people would be doing this?.
To me this sounds like a program from a couple of years ago called Just Been Paid, which then became Profit Clicking and then became non existent. Many companies just like BeOnPush will do anything to cover up what their business model really is. A ponzi or MLM ponzi. Which is illegal and unethical. A good initial sign of programs like this being scams are if PayPal are not in the list of payment processors. PayPay won’t allow ponzi’s. pyramids and most MLM companies to transact with them.
Reviews Of BeOnPush.com
After reading through many reviews for BeonPush I came to 2 different results. The first was just a bunch of people saying ‘this program is the best, get in now’ while promoting their affiliate link, as this is how the company makes its money, By recruiting new members to put money into the system to pay the old members.
The others were genuine people concerned with the thought that Be On Push is a Ponzi scam. I can see why honest marketers would want to spread the word on this opportunity. I know myself how easily it is to get scammed online. So the more reliable online resources pointing out scams, the safer the internet will be.
What I Discovered From The Reviews
Like most HYIP or Rev Share programs, the legal details are blurry. According to the official website, this company is based in the UK and Luxembourg. However a quick search on ScamAdvisor.com clearly shows that BeOnPush was not originated in those companies. While there may be genuine reasons for this, don’t you think it’s a little suss?.
Breaking News! No Not Really Just A Cheap Fiverr Video
What I find hilarious is how BeOnPush have cheapened out to buy a $5 video from Fiverr.com and stuck it on their homepage. This is a very SUSPECT move to do. Trying to fool your potential ‘serious’ investors into thinking that the company B.O.P has actually appeared in the world news. Obviously they didn’t appear in the news and it’s just a tactic to make less informed folks fall for it. Much like the ‘fake’ video reviews you can also buy from Fiverr.com. These people should be ashamed of themselves. Making a quick buck but costing thousands of people $1000’s.
P.s The Video Is Below If You Want A Quick Laugh
To my surprise, BeOnPush ia anctual registered company in England. The company details are in fact in the Directors name: DEMIROVSKI, Ferki. This does not mean that this company has honest and legitimate beliefs behind them. It simply means they are registered as a company for Tax purposes and such. I’m not from the UK so I don’t know the process involved. However in Australia, to start a company it’s not all that complicated. But how hard is it to get a fake ID and start a company?. Anyways if you’re interested you can view their company details online.
Read The Forums
The Money Maker Group specialize in these types of programs. This is a place where members generally discuss other HYIP’s or Rev Share programs and also have progress reports on how each program is going. Naturally most of them fall over and the new members loose there money. But what I found interesting is a member who was banned 3 times from BeOnPush. From following the thread I saw that this member was generally concerned as to why his account kept getting banned after he invested money. Apparently his account was linked to Fraud so BOP wanted photo evidence of proof of ID. This member obliged and sent in the required documents before BOP banned his account again. Claiming he sent them a virus. The member claims it was only a selfie of him holding his ID in his hand.
What does this tell you? It tells me that this program cannot be trusted. What happens if you invest $1000 and they do the same thing to you. Would you happily hand over you ID to a shady looking company?. I certainly wouldn’t and I wouldn’t want to loose $1000 either. So what do you do?
P.S. Take Note Of The Date. 18 Feb 2016 – Is this the end of the line for BeOnPush?
What I Suggest You Do!
After reading my BeOnPush review, I hope you have been enlightened to what kind of business practices this company implements. Initially upon landing on their homepage, I must admit I was slightly interested. However are digging deeper into real reviews, I have seen enough. I will not risk any money with this company. I don’t care if you are making $100 a day from this program because I know ONE day it will collapse. It’s not a long term business model like the one’s I implement to bring in $500+ days.
Their are NO risk ways of making money online, and BeOnPush is not one, so therefor I do not recommend this program. However, if you feel like I did when I began my online journey. That is you want to create a full time long term income online and are prepared to do it by the book. Then I suggest you read my #1 Recommended Program To Make Money Online. Trust me when I say, you won’t need these questionable programs ever again.
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