Is Zeek Rewards a Scam?by Paige M.
Zeek Rewards is all the rage among MLM enthusiasts right now. Is it too good to be true? Is it actually a ponzi scheme? Recommended Features
- Low Startup Cost
- Post One Ad a Day
- Different Revenue Streams
- Give Away Free Bids for Penny Auctions
- People Honestly Do Make Money
Review on Is Zeek Rewards a Scam?I am very cautious about any MLM. I've been burned in the past. But lately, I've heard a lot of chatter about ZeekRewards.
The basic premise is that you give away bids to your customers, which you purchase. In turn, you get points, which build interest or can be used to purchase more bids. Essentially, the company is giving you a share of its revenue for marketing its site.
-You must post at least one ad a day. This can require you to make accounts on classified sites. However, there is a list of classified sites provided. (Not every site listed allows ZeekRewards posts anymore)
-In order to make actual money, you must subscribe to a membership at some point. They start at $10 a month. However, you can try it out for free for a while, and if you don't like it, no big deal
So what's it come down to?
Well, it's worth a shot. Even if you aren't comfortable fronting money, sign up for free and see how you like it.
I highly suggest visiting message boards to get a feel for everything, and make sure you explore your back office and watch the videos. They do help a lot.
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