DNA: Data Network Associate (SCAM)

United States
August 8, 2010 3:22pm CST
I signed up for these people months ago. I grew a downline of over 100 people, I went pro, and I alway collected my 20 license tags. Guess how much money is in my backoffice. Just $4. I worked my butt of to grow my downline and to push them to do the same as well as enter my tags and to push them to enter theirs. How can we punish people like this?
3 responses
• Philippines
8 Aug 10
Thank you for sharing this one. I am very impulsive when it comes to online money making but I was thankful that my hesitations are always right on time. Before, I am this close to purchasing the survey kit but I felt doubt in my heart that it's a scam so I consulted our fellow my lotter friends here and I am very happy that they went to my rescue. Gave me informations and everything. I don't know how to console you because it has been done but I know it was a good experience. Because not only you are of help now, through this post. But you are now also very cautious whenever you will come upon in sites like you've mentioned. Take care. =)
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• United States
8 Aug 10
Yeah so true. Whats done is done but I will be more cautious when I join anything free or not. Bc its those free sites u need to be careful with b/c they know how to lure you in to pay for something that sounds very good. I always thought that the stuff that would pay u if you did nothing were to good 2 be true but never anything that u would have to actually work at to get paid. So I thought it was very legit.
8 Aug 10
I really feel so sorry for you. There is nothing you can do but learn from this. Don't worry about it what's done is done just quit that waste of time website because now you know you just got scammed pretty bad. Thanks for letting us know, also did you research that site before investing so much on it? Did you talk to people who had already used it? I mean how legit did it seem?
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• United States
8 Aug 10
Actually the company had just started once I joined so it was no one I could talk to about it. Everyone was just saying that we were in the right place at the right time b/c we joined so soon. Its seemed pretty legit b/c of the reasons they told us they were using the tags to help out the law pretty much. I just did not know people would do such crazy stuff to make a dollar. These people made obviously millions.
@sergeantrom (5712)
• United States
8 Aug 10
By doing exactly what you are doing, informing others so they wont fall for their scam. With no people, scams usually shut down by themselves. Also report them to the better business bureau or the fair trade commission. Look over the terms with a fine tooth comb and see if you can find a loophole or other way they may have broken the law. Then take them to small claims court. You might not have a case but it will force them to tighten their act for the next group of people.
• United States
8 Aug 10
Thanks Sergeant, lol. I will do just that. I will get all my downline members to do just the same.
• United States
8 Aug 10
Good luck and great looking out for your downline. They will thank you as well.
• United States
8 Aug 10
Thanks Sergeant