Instant Rewards Network Scam
Instant Rewards Network Scam
Instant Rewards Network Scam: Jobs are scarce in a lot of towns in America. People are getting desperate and creative in looking for ways to put food on the table and a keep a roof over their families’ heads. As the editor of AFM, I always investigate the validity of the articles before they are published. So, on occasion, I am asked to use my investigative skills on other things. The question of the day is, “Is Instant Rewards Network a scam or is it legit?” The answer might surprise you. As with anything I investigate I start with Google and Bing.
Breaking the code of Instant Rewards Network
There is a lot of information out there. There are several positive reviews of the Instant Rewards Network, mostly by members trying to get the reader to sign up. I don’t trust these reviews, for obvious reasons. There is a smattering of YouTube videos on how to succeed in marketing the Instant Rewards Network service, but there aren’t a lot of details shared. On the other hand, there are no videos that I saw of anyone stating they wasted their time on the Instant Rewards Network or that they believed it to be a scam.
Hmmm. After a few other dead ends, I decided the best way to investigate the Instant Rewards Network is from inside the walls. And, instead of simply joining from their site, I wanted to join through a member’s link to get the full experience and to help out whomever it was I chose. My sponsor wasn’t very helpful. I found out later that you can switch sponsors if your sponsor isn’t responsive.
The secret is…there is no secret to Instant Rewards Network
Have you heard of Disney or Walmart? What about NetFlix, DirecTV or GameFly? These businesses are involved in the network. That’s probably a good indicator that the service is legit but I’m going to keep investigating. I think people are naturally wary of work-from-home businesses and rightly so; especially when you have to pay before you receive. That’s just not right. This business is different.
There’s a lot more to this
I’ve decided there is too much information to fit in just one article, so I am going to write a series on the subject of home-based marketing business. I just joined the network last week and I’m starting to figure it out. It’s really easy and quite fun, actually. But I can already tell that there is going to be a lot of information to share.
I will work the business in my spare time for a bit and then write part two of the series and edit this article with a link to it. I hope to have a lot good things to share with you. If you would like to check it out or come on this journey with me, here is the page design I chose as my “capture” page – a term I learned over the weekend. It has a very informative Instant Rewards Network video on how it all works.
Peek inside without having to join!
You can choose one of 17 pages (with or without videos) to use as your capture page (the free website they mention).
People don’t like sharing their info blindly and rightly so. I setup this form for AFM readers so you can take a look at the page (and video) that I chose, without having to enter your info into their form. This accomplishes two things:
1. It will allow us to connect directly if you want to ask questions or talk directly to me, and
2. It will hide your info from them (Instant Rewards) in case you decide you don’t want to join.
I hope you found this article fun and informative. I have since written several more parts to this investigation as well as other related (and some not so related) to this series. I'm really finding Internet Marketing very interesting and may create a section for it here on American Family in the future. Keep an eye out.
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