July 29, 2012 5:59am CST
Has anyone here heard of a program by name 'Wealth4All Team'. This is a passive investment program where you buy positions and after a certain time you get paid the money which has increased with time. Do let me know your experience with this program.
30 Jul 12
I am with it but yet not funded my account because of the clumsy system I have to first fund my solid trust pay than fund the ipayout account through it and than again fund the account through ipayout before I can invest money which is delaying my actions.Again to make money with this program you need to be there for some time with some good investment at least till your taps are able to regenerate that amount required to purchase new taps.I am yet not very comfortable with this one but want to invest some money here to see whether it is a gainer or not.
30 Jul 12
It's a great money maker! Yes, it's become quite a quest to get your account funded as you also need to transfer funds like you have to do now with Payza and EgoPay... similar stuff. If you are able to get started my suggestion is: Go for it ;)
31 Jul 12
Thanks for sharing.I have already created accounts at ipayout and solidtrustpay,now the next step is funding the solid trust pay account and than fund the ipayout account through the solid trust pay account and after that funding the iwallet and purchase the taps..I think the process is not at all simple for newbies.It should be made simpler than it is now.The more simple a thing the more popular it will be.I am waiting for one payment after which I will start the funding process.One thing I have seen that is using one tap if as per your calculation we are getting $40.50 at the end it is $24 in 120 days that is in four months so monthly it is $6 from each tap so I tried to calculate the number of taps required to earn $100 each month using taps we need to buy at least 20 taps and that will require an investment of $320 plus the membership fee.please tell me whether I am going right or there is any other strategy to follow which requires less funds to start with.
30 Jul 12
No, no difficulties at all and it's just my opinion but I think Wealth 4 all is quite easier than Just Been Paid as you do not have to deal with matrices and restarts. Potential earnings from JBP is higher as for $40 you can earn up to $120 once your triplers expire and your JSS Matrix has cycled but you know that to cycle the matrix you need to put more money in so you won't get the whole $60 profit from each matrix... Anyway; I like both programs but W4a is easier ;)
29 Jul 12
Wealth 4 all is a great program to build extra money. You can get started with just $26 to pay for your one time membership fee and your first TAP or position. 50% of your position earnings are directed to your cycle bucked and automatically used to buy new positions when the money has reached the min to buy a new one. You can set it to 100% so all the generated money from your cycling TAPs is used to buy new TAPs and there would be no need for you to log into your account to buy the new TAPs manually. TAPs pay every 10 days from date of purchase. Each TAP cycle 12 times so they run for 120 days. First 6 cycles pay out 100% and last 6 cycles pay out 50%.
30 Jul 12
Not 100% will be used unless you chose to do so. The standard repurchase rate is 50%. So if you are at TAP 1.1 and you earn $4.50 form your first cycle, $2.25 will automatically co to the cycle bucket and you won't be able to withdraw that money. The other $2.25 will go to your e-wallet and once you reach the min payout of $20 you can request the payout. I've chosen 100% repurchase and I will keep it that way till I reach TAP 5.12. I've set it down just two times to 50% to withdraw money as I helped 2 members to get started in Wealth 4 all but once I got my money I set it back to 100% to earn much faster ;) The ideal amount to get started is the one you can afford to spend. If you start with only one TAP that's ok. If you can start with 10 TAPs that's awesome and you'll see profits very soon :)
31 Jul 12
I am planning to buy STP funds from my local exchanger to buy TAP 1.2. I actually just checked the fees from transferring to STP then STP to iWallet to make sure the fees for both are covered. It sucks I can't deposit to STP using a debit/credit card anymore as they suspended credit/debit cards from the Philippines.