Does anyone know if GeoString is legit?
March 6, 2010 8:59pm CST
They say that it is totally free and they pay you 10$ bonus just to join but they don't tell you how much you earn from reffering someone. Does anyone know how much you earn per refferal? and has anyone actually got payed by them because payout is at 100$ which is very high! Thank you.
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• United States
11 Mar 10
Hi wuduyathink. I just joined tonight after confirming it was from the same owners as ClixSense. I have been a 3 year member with ClixSense and have already received 29 payouts, always on time. With this kind of history I am willing to give GeoString a chance. Now at this point I want to point out that on the referral page there is an income calculator. You can enter the number of people you think you can refer and how many people each of them could refer. I believe it is defaulted to 3 and 3 but if you vary the numbers in these fields you can see exactly how much each referral will earn you ($0.01). Now keep in mind that it can be difficult to accurately calculate how many each of the downline members can/will sign up so I recommend entering only the number you think you can refer. The other 9 levels have to be considered bonus money just like the extra referral levels that upgraded ClixSense members get paid on. If you are getting personal referrals it will help increase your downline levels when you help them by showing them how to get their referrals too. If they succeed you succeed, even more so when the help continues thru your downline. About the payout minimum. While I agree it does seem a bit high at $100 it does state the following on their FAQ When do I cash out? quote: Paying at these intervals puts less of a strain on our accounting department and insures more efficient payments to our members. Considering I bumped up my ClixSense minimum payout to save some of the check fees and got a check for over $79 last week (3 months earnings), this is understandable and acceptable for me. With GeoString being so new it is doubtful that anyone has actually received a payout yet but given time it could happen. I'm willing to give it a strong push and see what happens.
7 Mar 10
I can see nothing but red flags written all over it - there's simply no way in sam hill the owners in that site are going to be able to pay out. This is what I would call a Ponzi scheme, and I think they're illegal.