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. This investigation will answer the question, “Is Instant Rewards Network a scam?” 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. Some of the members have actually made YouTube video copies of the company videos. I don’t know how they can get away with doing that legally. I’m sure that ride isn’t going to end well for those folks. Initially, I found no videos of anyone stating that the company, Instant Rewards Network, or its affiliates were not to be trusted, or that they believed it to be a scam. Then again, these are all people trying to benefit from it. Basically, another dead end. I’m sharing these “Dead Ends” with you to save you from going down the same path.
After more digging, I have found a couple “Review” sites, and I use that term loosely, that tries to explain what it is or isn’t, but clearly doesn’t have a clue because they did not join or get deep enough into the network to sus out the truth. The reason I put “Review” in quotes is that they write articles about popular opportunities to get people to their sites so they can sell them something else…some other system that they’re promoting.
This is why so many people trust American Family Magazine for investigative journalism. We’re not a review site or have pages overflowing with distracting, annoying ads. We have a clean and simple format with a main goal of providing excellent information to our loyal readers. Right now, in the current economy, work-at-home jobs and starting your own business is popular.
The Man Behind the Curtain at Instant Rewards Network
Have you heard of Disney or Walmart? What about NetFlix, DirecTV or GameFly? These businesses are involved in the network which is a pretty good indicator that this is not a scam. However, they are only indirectly involved, which means I’ve got more digging to do. I’m beginning to get to the source of how these companies are involved in the network, and why. Why do they go through Instant Rewards Network instead of simply offering some kind of direct affiliation? Interesting…
That Sneaky Pachyderm
Honestly, I thought I’d throw open the doors, point to the big pink elephant in the middle of the room, and exclaim, “Aha! Gotcha!” But, that sneaky pachyderm must have known I was coming. There is a lot of information here and all kinds of investigative and informational videos I want to watch before I report on that info as well.
Don’t move a muscle. To be continued…
Instant Rewards Network Investigation
I’m back… Thanks for the overwhelming response to the first article in the Instant Rewards Network investigation and thanks to those who helped me figure it out so I could report my findings here. Usually, I try to be open-minded when beginning an investigation but I must admit I was pretty skeptical about…[read more]
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