Warning on Best Cash Rewards

United States
January 13, 2007 4:11pm CST
Best Cash Rewards is a new network marketing scheme that works like this. They claim they are in the developmental stages and should launch soon and are currently just trying to recruit people. Supposedly you can make anywhere from $2000 to $9000 a month for watching 30 min seminars. Whats the catch? You have to have over 2000 people in your downline before you ever start making any money. I joined, I figured whats the harm right. WRONG. They are selling my personal information! I am not the only one who has had this happen to, if you have joined Best Cash Rewards and your information has been shared please post here so we will have some proof for others.
3 responses
@artguy (1476)
• United States
13 Jan 07
I want to thank you very much for this information. I was thinking about joining Best Cash Rewards, it certainly looked good on paper. 2000 people in your downline is ridiculous.
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• United States
13 Jan 07
It certainly is but they "claim" if you refer 3 who refer 3 who refer 3 blah it happens quickly. Well I refferred three and nothing has happened yet.
• United States
15 Jan 07
Best cash rewards have you to attend these seminars and then you will have to invest in this and get your own seminar and promote your product which can be very pricey and in order to make money you will need thousands of people this is not for me and for most people.
• Australia
13 Jan 07
If you had actually attended any of the seminars and been an active member you of known that someone known to the director hacked into the system and stole that information. The security has now been corrected and it is safe now. Unless you know all the facts I would not reccomend you go around slandering the company or you may end up with a defimation charge against you. Yes, you can have your opinion and either join or don't.... But once you state they SOLD your information INCORRECTLY you are slandering the company. I would hate to be in your shoes right now.
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@kiwikiss (88)
• New Zealand
13 Jan 07
1. You do not need over 2000 people in your downline to earn. 2. Can you prove that BCR is selling your personal information? Of course you can't PROVE it, as its not happening.
• United States
14 Jan 07
Im sorry I didnt mean to anger so many people. I went and asked before I made any comments and no one said anything to me about it being known that the information was stolen. I only say they were sold because one of the people that called me said they had bought the lead.
• New Zealand
14 Jan 07
I am not sure what you are meaning by "bought a lead" There are sites around where you can pay for signups, it isn't recommended for BCR but some are doing it anyway. No personal information at BCR is sold to anyone, ever.
• Australia
23 Jan 07
Maybe before coming in and saying things like that you should actually know EXACTLY where this person got your phone number from. See, I don't even have my phone number on BCR, so I don't know why you do... If you came back with proof and said it was BCR, then I would believe you. But what you are saying is hear-say. Until you have proof you shouldn't even accuse... What ever happened to "innocent until proven guilty". Also, you are the only person this has happened to... Maybe the three people you referred had something to do with this, you never know.