Don't join any matrix program until you test the link

Chennai, India
February 7, 2012 11:26pm CST
This may be discouraging to many online earning members, particularly who involved in matrix programs. (Whether they are legal or illegal, that's a separate topic, but I am seeing many members promoting their matrix programs.) Most matrix programs are stealing members' money. When a member promotes his/her link, 95% of the visitors just remember the name of the site only, not the members' id. Next time, those visitors just type the URL in the address bar and if they make a purchase, the sale goes directly to the site, not to the member. This is absolute cheating and the member is not even aware of a sale from his/her lead. If anyone is about to participate in a program like that, just test your referrer's link first. Keep your referrer's link in one tab, open a new tab and type the URL directly in the address bar. Click on the 'Join Now' or 'Sign up' or any similar button on both tabs and verify the payment information. If both the pages show the same name, at least that's better. I've tested with many sites onedollarriches, 5dollarbomb (or something that resembles the bomb) etc. all these are stealing members' sale.
8 responses
@ottona (141)
• China
8 Feb 12
You mean that most matrix sites don't use cookies. So that if someone sees the program and joins directly from your link they will go into your downline. But if they see your link, then close the site and come back later (not using your link the second time) they don't get credited. Yes - this happens with many sites, and yes, cookie based referral systems are better and fairer, but it cannot be considered stealing in my opinion. The only time it would be stealing is if even directly using your referral link people were not added to your downline.
• Chennai, India
8 Feb 12
It is me that who brought that member to the site. And I should be credited whenever he/she makes the purchase. If not, it's definitely stealing in my opinion. I think most of the online people are just like me. First time when I see a promotion, I won't directly join. But, I'll wait for some more time, look for feedback everywhere and if convinced join. By the time I decide to join, I may not have bookmarked the site or remember the referrer id. I would fairly expect to give the credit to my referrer. If I don't care about my referrer, it's going to happen to me too.
@ottona (141)
• China
8 Feb 12
It's not that I don't agree with what you say, in fact I do - like you I would very rarely join a program the first time I saw it and agree that most internet users are likely to be the same. But I still disagree with stealing, a lot of the reason for that is I think stealing has to be malicious, mostly the problems are caused by simple and badly written scripts, it is not the admin trying to rip anyone off.
@ottona (141)
• China
9 Feb 12
Again, I do agree that that is what the best sites do yes.
• India
3 Jun 12
So far I have not joined any matrix sites.I have been seeing this sites for quite long.Due to powershut down on and off I am seldom switchon the system. When the power system is restored without any break I may join some programme.
@Ernnesto (180)
• Slovak Republic
11 Feb 12
Thank you for publishing this stuff. I did not know about it. I will be more cautious now.
@taomoney (649)
• Hong Kong
9 Feb 12
nice testing method, I never testing like this. Thank for share!
@meozard22 (872)
• Philippines
8 Feb 12
before I join a program in the internet, I'm making a research if it is a scam or not. That is one way to be aware of the website you are joining in. If so many negative feedbacks and reviews about a site, I'm not joining it.
• India
8 Feb 12
That is infact a valid info. THOUGH the MATRIX plans are THE BEST among various plans, where failure rate is very very minimal, THE IMPORTANT THING TO NOTE IS MOST OF THE ONLINE PROGRAMS ARE NOT GENUINE ESPECIALLY MATRIX WITH CYCLE, AND THE PRODUCT WE GET IS NOT A PHYSICAL ONE AND MOSTLY A SERVICE OR AN EBOOK, THERE IS ONE HUNDRED PEPRCENT CHANCES OF SCAM.
@barkah69 (96)
• Indonesia
8 Feb 12
Hi venkataraman, This information is important to me. We have no experience about that matrix. We will be carefully to follow it. Thank you
@veejay19 (3592)
• India
8 Feb 12
Thanks for the info venky, but i never get involved in any of these matrix sites as i have hardly anbody who wants to get involved or is interested in them.I know that 99% of these sites are hoaxes and want to rob unsuspecting customers of their hard earned money.