Nope Neobux is not a scam and not everyone is trying to get you as a referral
May 29, 2010 7:19pm CST
Hello everyone I posted something about Neobux changing my life last night and voila i received 3 emails telling me it's a scam and i should show them proof of payment for me to have them as referrals first of all I choose who i show my payment proofs to for all the obvious reasons and second of all i'm on mylot to discuss things not to get referrals i don't have a problem getting direct referrals as I have fully explained it well to my downlines that Neobux is going to be slow but after using the tips and strategies i use they were able to earn more I currently have 3 golden direct referrals and 1 who is turning ultimate soon I am a golden member by the way and no i don't sell this information to anyone. It's free. That's why my site is called wwwfreemagasincom. Free! Free! Free! and just in case you didn't get that... it's FREE! Why? Simple: The more people getting interested in Neobux and signing up whether under me or signing up at the Neobux site without being referred ensures the survival of Neobux Get it? Not everyone is out to get your money or to get you to sign up as a referral Sure getting direct referrals is a cost saving technique since you won't have to pay any monthly rent for their clicks but I earn more through the rented referrals I have and although I've whittled it down to 130 referrals I am getting around 4 to 6 dollars everyday How? By paying careful attention to the number of clicks they make everyday. Everyday! I recycle those that don't click and lock down those that click everyday I renewed them for 90 days as well, all of them. In order to earn you have to learn research, research, research I've been scammed before (by bux.to) but that didn't stop me from continuing PTCs Neobux is not a scam (and I hope it'll never turn out to be 1, cause i depend a lot on it) and no I don't need you to be my referral. Thank you
31 May 10
I got friends who earn good from Neobux. I never did because I didn't continue it. People just call "scam" anything they do not understand or didn't make money from. Offline or online, money making programs take risks. If you earn, good for you. If not--and you even lose some money--that's daily reality you have to learn from to get wiser. I've heard lots of big-time businessmen who took risks and lost (didn't cry "SCAM!")--but tried and tried again until they landed on a right business for them. The same thing is true online.