wealth toolbox

United States
February 28, 2007 2:08pm CST
i recently joined wealthtoolbox.com and i was on there yesterday and i noticed that i have over 100.00 in there and then under payout date it said that it is january28,2009 that is two years away so honestly i think the site is a big scam and does not pay anything what do you think?did anyone else join this site?
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8 responses
@SageMother (2277)
• United States
28 Feb 07
I agree...its a sam that is trying to appear legitimate. They know htat 3/4 of the people will see the hype and not read the fine print, so the owners have all these little webslaves workig away thinking they are going to get paid where clearly, they are not.
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@elisata (569)
• Netherlands
1 Mar 07
the "webslaves" don't have to lift a finger...
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• United States
1 Mar 07
even if it is a scam who cares because it's not your money at risk its fun to watch it grow I've read all the fine print...I'm paranoid but I guess I'll find out if I'm alive after two years to see if I get a pay out...there really isn't any hype surronding it...and there isn't any work involved really just to log in and add $5 to the account when I referre my friends I tell them to read the terms and condition...they also state that you can cash out before maturity but there is a penalty for that. I've read on this blogged read others blogs this is a no brainer its not the users money it's the banks money so...yeah why not..the value is the education
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• United States
1 Mar 07
why should it matter because it's not your money at risk I guess we will all find out at the end of two years...
• Malaysia
1 Mar 07
yupp, i joined it too and obviously its a big scam how come there will be 2 years to cash out?? for 2 years, they can earn more profit from members and then they can go away and then 50 dollar?? hehe, is it charity club or what?? beware of SCAMMERS think logically and smart ;-)
@hoghoney (3749)
• United States
1 Mar 07
Yes me and my boyfriend and my son are all in it and at this time I have about 400.00+ in mine. I really hope that it is not a scam I think I have had enough of that for now.
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@elisata (569)
• Netherlands
1 Mar 07
Since you did not pay anything, and you don't have to do anything to "earn" the money, what do you care whether they will pay or not? When the two years have passed, you will see... I signed up last month, since there is nothing to lose... I would not fret over it.
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@elisata (569)
• Netherlands
1 Mar 07
Since you did not pay anything, and you don't have to do anything to "earn" the money, what do you care whether they will pay or not? When the two years have passed, you will see... I signed up last month, since there is nothing to lose... I would not fret over it.
@judyt00 (3504)
• Canada
28 Feb 07
I think so too, but we will just have to wait until 2009. Of course, by then our money(which we didn't invest anyway) may be orth less than $50. Who knows.
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@paidreader (5152)
• United States
25 Mar 07
I joined January 10th and have been doing well with it after 2 and a half months. It's not a sign up & do nothing site to get rich site like some people think. I got lucky and got quite a few signups by putting up flyers in my neighborhood, so I think it's fun to watch as it grows every time there's a trade day but since I don't have to pay anything, I don't have a big problem with it if it doesn't pay, but it would be disappointing. It is a long term investment site, therefore the two years to reach maturity, but I've only had two bad days with them so far, so I hope it can be proven legit. Of course, it would be really, really nice if it does pay, lol. Only 21 and a half months to go for me! Best of luck to you all!