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Zeekler Zeek Rewards Scam Review


We have received the following press release from an undisclosed party that wished to share the insights to the Zeekler Ponzi Scheme situation and Zeek Rewards scam operation. The distributor of this content was not in Zeek Rewards program or involved with the Zeekler penny auction scam situation brewing.

Zeekler’s Zeek Rewards Gets Shut Down Leaving

Thousands Seeking a Legitimate Alternative

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Charlotte, North Carolina – August 22, 2012 – The penny auction site named Zeekler and it’s affiliate program Zeek Rewards have officially been shut down by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission leaving thousands of Zeek Rewards affiliate members worried about their financial future.

The decision to shut down the Zeek Rewards Ponzi scheme did not come lightly. Many affiliates joined Zeek Rewards as a lucrative work-at-home home business that boasted of its effortless way to earn a full-time income at home. While putting a stop to the penny auction website and its affiliate program has sparked a frenzy of people trying to get their money back from Zeekler, many people are aggressively seeking another way to earn money online again.

Luckily, many of these affiliates have already found a much better alternative to making a residual income online through Empower Network (site that describes Empower in-depth). This company is a well known affiliate marketing business that has been steadily growing since its launch back in October 2011. What makes Empower Network so unique and worthy of recognition is the fact that its affiliate members receive 100% of all commissions. This factor alone makes it one of the most sought-after types of home based business opportunities. Unfortunately, not everyone has heard of Empower network.

Empower Network offers a SEO optimized blogging platform that has everything that an affiliate needs to make money online, including professional in-depth training videos. It has an optimized sales funnel and plenty of high converting squeeze pages to grab the attention (and the checkbooks) of the majority of its visitors. Many of the Zeek Rewards affiliates that have already made the switch to Empower Network are kicking themselves for not finding out about the program before they invested their time and efforts with Zeekler.

One of the greatest things about Empower network is that it is a 100% legitimate business opportunity that doesn’t require its members to invest their profits into the company to receive their commissions. Instead, the company follows an effective business model that is free of Ponzi scheme methods. Each month, its members receive a commission check from Empower network which does not need to be reinvested to continue earning money with the company. A solid business model such as this is completely legal and has virtually no chance of being shut down by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

As the days continue to go by, Zeekler users will have to wait to find out if they will receive any of their money back from the website and all of the Zeek affiliate members will have to make the choice to secure their future with a more stable business opportunity such as Empower Network.

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  1. Rafael  November 3, 2011

    Zeek ReWards is a fraud site????

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    • Bob  December 12, 2011

      Zeekler has been around for 15 years and starting to really take off in the USA. I’ve been a member for only a few months but I think it is great. I have been in other programs that take more time and cost a lot more money. I am a Silver member $10/mo and suggest you start there. It takes time to build a residual income that you want but It doe not require a lot of time or effort. Your original points do retire after 90 days but you will have gained about 150% in that 90day period. As long as you keep your account at 80% reinvest or better your account will grow. Thanks I hope this helps

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    • Steve  April 5, 2012

      Hi,

      No it is not. =) Simple answer to a simple question.

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    • ken  April 12, 2012

      If I purchase bids and give them away can I decide who gets my free bids that I have just purchased? And then do I make money on just those winning bids?

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    • Vincent  July 21, 2012

      Why do you say that. Please be specific.

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  2. Roni'  November 3, 2011

    There are a lot of MLM programs who sell you dreams but . Zeek Rewards Programs does really offer great payouts! They are one of the few that you can make great money and not have to do a lot of work. It only takes a couple minutes a day. In order to earn you do have to sign up as a silver, gold , or diamond but you will most likley only have to come out of your pocket once. Your earning should be enough to cover it, if you have your payouts set up correctly. I recommend diamond you get the most rewards. Anyone interested in knowing the truth sign up : iaimforsuccess.zeekrewards.com

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    • king  November 30, 2011

      Zeeks a total scam, they subtley mention that your points will expire in 90 days but they say you will accumulated double by then but they forgot to mention that the points you get in subsequent days after 90 days will drop creating a stand still ultimately forcing you to buy more bids. ITS A TOTAL SCAMMMMM!

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      • b ryan  December 9, 2011

        WOW-You probably need to take some math clases

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      • Chad  March 15, 2012

        king, I’m so sorry you misunderstood how the program works but it is untrue that there will be a drop and stand still “forcing you to buy more bids”. All points do have a retirement schedule but that is to keep the program sustainable. Your point total does keep snowballing into a higher figure but if all of them at once accumulated forever at a 1.5% (as an example) rate indefinitely it would render the program unsustainable and therefore an actual scam. But that is not the case. Let’s say that you have 1000 points, after 90 days it will turn into roughly 3800 once 90 days arrives. This leaves your balance at 2800. On your 91st day the points you earned on your 1st day (15) will retire but you will be earning 42, therefore you have earned 27 and so on and so forth. So your points/earnings keep growing and growing. You can decide at any time how much you want to take out in the form of cash rewards, however, you want to make sure that the growth exceeds what you take out to keep the snowball effect going. Hope that clears that up for you! :)

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        • mike  April 12, 2012

          I understand the math, but why not buy into the system at the highest level and start making a profit from day one? For that matter why not keep adding more and more of your own money as well as 80% of the daily profits and making a bigger and bigger profit? It seems the owners of the site keep all of the investment money as part of their profit, so it is not a ponzi scheme. However, it also seems that with the investment a certain amount of “free” bids are given for investing. This is a way to create bidding activity. If the bidding activity was left up to site visitors purchasing all of the bidding points would the site continue to function? Its my “GUESS” that as long as there is a frenzy everyone who joins can make a profit. If the frenzy ceases to exist everyone left in the pool will begin to slowly sink.

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          • KRISTIN  April 24, 2012

            I tend to agree with Mike’s reasoning here, that there has be growth in the activity at the penny auction for one’s earning potential to snowball, otherwise your 90 day exporiations would be flat to your new day earnings and it would create no net income as another has commented. However, I think there is a frenzy of internet activity and penny auctions and discount shopping that will sustain such growth for a few years at least. This may not be a forever money maker, but i think it has some mid-term profit potential. Additionally, the requiremnt of placing an add every day is going to reate some longevity of new activity to the site… I think saturation is a little ways off.

      • Omega  March 29, 2012

        You have a problem with math. This is elementary school.$100.00 x 2.5 = $250 $250- 100=$150 you stay with $150. You put $100 and receive $150 so your profit $50. How could be easier to calculate this.

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      • James  April 3, 2012

        You obviously know absolutely nothing about what you’re talking about. It takes a little effort, but some people couldn’t make it on their own if they won the lottery.

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      • bernay  August 17, 2012

        i agree wth that
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  3. raina millay  November 29, 2011

    I don’t get it, is it saying zeekrewards is a scam?

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    • Steve  April 5, 2012

      Hi,

      No it is not. =) Simple answer to a simple question.

      The owners of the site say they are remaining neutral, but that they can NOT declare Zeekler a scam. My research came up with a couple scam reports, but they were very poorly written and one was even a hijacked account. All the scam reports that I have found, ( I quit looking and joined after my 2 weeks of research), even if they were ALL written with verifiable information and details that actually made sense, would still be acceptable. Try to find any business that makes any money that doesn’t have some complaint against it online. There is a scam that is a twin of Zeekler, someone ripping off their business model, but for all I know it still works and pays out.
      The impressive part of Zeekler is that it is as huge as it is, with the phenomenal growth in the last 6 months, and the extreme LACK of negative press. I personally am experiencing growth of my points that outstrips the promotional material put out by the company itself, and my friends who brought it to my attention are collecting checks. Not bad for a total of 4 months for them and just over a month for me. I have looked at probably 129 business models in the last few years. I like this one. You can always email me for more, but to be fair to Chad, you should contact him. He was the one invited to be a guest commenter here. HEY CHAD Thanks for a well written introduction for people looking at Zeekler. Sincerely, one of the Zeek Geeks

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  4. Cody  November 30, 2011

    Zeekler is a scam, the only way to make any $$$ is to get people who or either desperate for money, or just plain retarded….

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    • Chad  March 15, 2012

      Actually Cody, I’m so sorry you were misinformed somehow. It actually took me a little while to figure out how the whole thing worked to begin with so I don’t blame you for assuming the worst. It is actually unnecessary to sign anyone up to accumulate points and cash rewards — although that ability definitely exists. You will be rewarded in accordance with your inventory. If you have any more questions I can definitely answer them! It’s always a good thing to understand a program before possibly misleading others into a wrong conclusion!

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    • Steve  April 5, 2012

      Sorry Cody, but the comments like yours are what I find on the negative side of Zeekler, and articles by people like Chad are what I found on the positive side. Can you please quote some facts or figures instead of spouting? Some of the best business people I know and most educated cynics are the ones looking at this business through me. What I have found is worker bees stay there, and entrepreneurs keep looking for a way to be an entrepreneur. Which are you? Are you someone who was scammed in Zeekler? How did you lose money and how much? Listen people who may be reading this, the only way I have seen to lose money here is to buy a bunch of bids, give them away, and then FAIL TO DO WHAT YOU NEED TO. (place an ad online) Chad can show you how. Well so can I but that is not the point. I literally am doing net meetings SHOWING people step by step how place an ad. The first time setting up places to place ads takes the longest. I timed myself and I know I can actually do it in under 2 minutes a day. I tell people they will need to spend 10 minutes / day working this business. Why? Because their expectation for work vs reward is exceeded when they see my presentation. Guess what, they still sign up, and if they didn’t, I would still make my commission either way because I took my 2 minutes this morning while I was drinking coffee and checking my email. So as a recap, then I am going to go do other stuff… I / You still make money whether you are signing anyone up or not. Your points DO expire, so if you do NOTHING, your points go away. Pretty simple.

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      • Gen  May 21, 2012

        Can you explain how does the point get expired, and what do i need to do to prevent that? And also, why does the points goes away after 90 days??

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        • Taso  July 3, 2012

          Points are inventory…like owning part of the company. You accumulate points, and they retire 90 days after you get them. For the ninety days they are part of your inventory. So if you keep your inventory up, your return stays up. You keep your inventory up by respending your reward money on new points. After it’s grown to the point you want it, begin to pull out 20% or so, and let the rest build. At some point, you’ll be able to pull out a regular check and let the balance stay steady, for lack of better terms. Someone above said, very correctly, that this may not last forever, and I agree, but it DOES WORK! I joined only because a friend showed me his account (after the disclaimer) and that it does work. So… get to the point you want to be in about a year, then start pulling your cash out so when it does die,if it does, you’re already a winner. I’ve only been in for a few months and I’m already realizing a good return. My friend on the other hand, well, you’ll just call it a lie :) .

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    • Craig  August 12, 2012

      I met a guy that joined in jan 2012.Original investment was 1000.00 he now has earned over 70K and growning everyday.You can make money from giving your bids away and from bringing in others under you.I am going to a meeting tommorrow about it.

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  5. Lady Rich  December 6, 2011

    I havr realized my investments in zeekrewards double to tripple in less than a week. I am not sure how active the above associates have been . All it takes is for you to advertise zeek bids which takes an average of three minutes. you get paid. If interested sign up at zeekrewards.com

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    • Chad  March 15, 2012

      Hey Lady Rich, I’m so glad you are seeing a growth in your points and earnings! I just want to clarify for anyone who may misunderstand what you’re trying to say. There is actually no such thing as an “investment” with zeek. no one “invests” money into the program. You are purchasing bids which then become your inventory and then the company rewards you with points/dollars as a thankyou for advertising and driving traffic to the penny auction site. :)

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  6. Bill Wynne  January 9, 2012

    I am in the process of researching this company and I have to say that it is a real toss up.
    This company passes a lot of the things that I would consider red flags.
    It does appear that a lot of the complaints are from people that did not understand the program.
    Anyway, I wish everyone the best.

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    • Taso  July 3, 2012

      no toss up man… find your sponsor and sign up… It does’t help me if you do, I just know it works.

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    • Doc GG  August 2, 2012

      The bottom line is that the company keeps adding more features, more elements of its system, they pay their affiliates without any delays. I will say their backoffice updating is not the greatest, however their numbers square up and you will get paid..plain and simple. I too thought this was a scam and my friends and I checked it out..other than some people that obviously did not understand the business model making negative comments, I did not find any affliates that knew what they were doing complaining that they were not getting paid. This company also makes their affiliates take a compliance test, they are concerned about saying the right things, not over promising, and encourage their affiliates to take their well deserved income. Does this sound like a scam!?!! Prove it to yourself..start slow and see for yourself..that is what I did..I am now over $12K in about 2 1/2 months..not too shabby!!

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  7. Eric  January 17, 2012

    SCAM after I tried to cash out to get money of Zeek Rewards they deactivated my account. I tried to contact someone but after it was deleted they stopped contacting me. I google the address on google earth of 121 W.Center Street Ext, Lexington, NC 27295. Got a farm field……hmmmm sounds funny to me!

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    • Donnie  June 14, 2012

      Eric I actually live in Lexington and you must have a problem with your google earth because the office is right in town.

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    • Doc GG  August 2, 2012

      You are obviously either a competitor trying to slam Zeek or did something agains their compliance policy and they dropped you. My friends and I have had NO problem getting money from Zeek and in fact use an e-wallet system to do so. No problems here.. you are the first person that has complained about getting your from what I’ve heard. In the info from this company they even tell you the point at which it makes sense to take money out and still grow your account..they make no bones about telling you to take money out. I googled this address incidentally and it is in an industrial-looking area of town and there is an office building there so do not know what you are talking about! Please do a full and accurate investigation before slamming a company just because you have someone’s attention on a blog!

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  8. Get Out Now  January 21, 2012

    This doesn’t sound much different than a program I got screwed in back in 2006.

    It didn’t turn out well for that company. Take a look: http://www.sec.gov/litigation/litreleases/lr19579….

    Notice a few similarities:

    “www.12dailypro.com claimed to be a paid autosurf program — a form of online advertising program that purportedly generates advertising revenue by automatically rotating advertised websites into a viewer’s Internet browser. Advertisers purportedly pay “hosts,” which in turn pay their members to view the rotated websites. The Commission’s complaint alleges that 12daily Pro’s sale of membership units constituted the fraudulent and unregistered sale of securities under the federal securities laws.”

    Zeeklers purports that most of their revenue comes from selling retail items at auction. My guess is that most of the commissions are coming from signups and selling bids that expire. Bids that are used to pay other people may be considered unregistered securities.

    “According to the Commission’s complaint, the 12daily Pro website, recently ranked as the 352nd most heavily trafficked website, solicited investors to become “upgraded members” by buying “units” for a “fee” of $6 per unit, with a maximum of 1,000 units”

    Man – does that sound familiar. Change the word units to bids, and the fee from $6 to $.65. Zeeklers

    “12daily Pro promised to pay each upgraded member 12% of his or her membership fee per day for 12 days. At the end of 12 days, the member purportedly would have earned a total of 144% of his or her original membership fee, 44% of which would be profit on the membership fee.”

    So you would get your money back with 12DP and make a 44% return in 12 days. That is like 3% a day. Zeeklers is a bit more conservative, they only offer a ridiculous 1.5% per day, or over 500% year. Nevermind that this is mathematically impossible after a certain amount of time, but hey, when your making money from a scam, who needs to use their brain?

    “To receive the promised payment, a member purportedly must view at least 12 web pages per day during the 12 day period. The amount of returns that 12daily Pro would pay its members, however, was in fact dependent solely on the amount of each member’s investment, not on the amount of website-viewing or any other services rendered.”

    Zeeklers – “All you have to do is post 1 ad per day!” I highly doubt they are making these returns by selling blenders over the retail price. Something tells me the SEC will find this program no different than 12DP.

    “The Commission alleges that the defendants defrauded investors by operating 12daily Pro as almost a pure Ponzi scheme — using new investor monies to pay the promised returns to existing investors — in violation of the federal securities laws. The defendants falsely represented that upgraded members’ earnings “are financed not only [by] incoming member fees, but also with multiple income streams including advertising, and off-site investments.” In fact, at least 95% of 12daily Pro’s revenues have come from new investments in the form of membership fees from new or existing members. The other “multiple income streams” from advertising revenues or off-site investments touted by the defendants were either negligible or non-existent. In addition, undisclosed to investors, Johnson transferred more than $1.9 million in investor funds to her personal bank account since mid-2005.”

    My guess is that you will find this to be similar when this thing comes crashing down after the SEC does their DD. Yes, I have forwarded ZeekRewards to the SEC. More of you should do the same here: http://www.sec.gov/complaint/tipscomplaint.shtml

    If Zeekrewards is legit, then after the SEC’s investigation, they will still be in business, and you can go make your millions. Until that time, it is best to wait and see if they can pass the scrutiny test.

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    • Alice  March 6, 2012

      it’s march 2012 & still here, sounds legit to me …

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    • I LOVE HATERS!  June 17, 2012

      It’s the middle of June…and Zeek Rewards is still thriving, and standing…What about the SEC?

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  9. William  January 23, 2012

    OK First off This company is great…. Its sad that I see these complaints on here. People come to this site wanting to sign up in a business but are turn away by individuals that are not sign up in the business and don’t now anything about this business. If you want to sign up in any business you need to ask yourself can you do it and do you have the time and most importantly show me your checking acct….. I want to see how much money are you making in this company. If the person that is trying to sign you up says NO then you have your answer…. There not making any money in the business period…. If your making money in any company you have no problem showing people what your making…. don’t be so excited by a NICE CARS and NICE CLOTHES…. show me your banking acct and turn me into a believer…….. :-) hope this helps….. plus its free to sign up…. if you want to make money you need to sign up and follow the instruction period……..

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  10. Geoff  February 15, 2012

    Zeek is working for me and I see honest returns after 1 month and the guys who brought me in have been in for 5 months and aren’t seeing any hoaxes. Now in response to Eric above he listed the wrong zip code and wrong street address for the company. It is 803 W. Center in N.C. and zip is 27292.. Way off Eric and wrong about Zeek being a scam..

    As one said above it’s only people who haven’t been in that are crying scam.. All of us who have been in are not.. What does that tell you? Now to answer the fellow above that said he had trouble cashing out : He’s the same one who listed the bogus address, I doubt he was ever in as my affiliates are receiving monies when they request them over the past months.

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    • Doc GG  August 2, 2012

      Agreed Geof..me too..I’m doing GREAT and so is everyone in my tree. I have a friend that has her account up to earnings of $2000/day..NICE! SHe is taking a nice chunck of money out each with without an issue, her sponsor is too, and so is that lady’s sponsor..so what’s the problem folks! Try it out for yourself..start small and see what happens. Can you do better in the bank at 1/4 a month or in stock trading where everyday you will take losses. At 45%/month COMPOUNDED DAILY what have you got to lose! I CAN tell you what you will gain —LOT of $$$$$$$ — Yahoooooooo!

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  11. honest  February 22, 2012

    i mad 1000 dollors in three weeks and only had to spend 50 to pay and i got all my bids by telling my friends to sign up im rollin in money 100% authentic

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  12. Richard  February 23, 2012

    ZeekRewards, is the marketing arm for Zeekler. They pay me, potentially you, to copy and paste classified ads which they provide onto online classified advertising sites, such as Adpost.com, I-giant.com and giant.com to name a few. This takes about 3-5 minutes each day. Zeekler, made a major move in their advertising strategy in August of 2010 to employ the network marketing business model engaging enterprise minded individuals to do their advertising for them, instead of paying the likes of ebay, amazon, etc. This has turned out to be a major win-win for both parties involved. Zeekler pays 50% of their very profitable penny auction earnings back to us in the form of daily points (1 point = $1). Average point % payout is about 1.5%, as of late, because of excellent growth of the company they have been paying out closer to 2% daily, compounded. This is not a typo.

    Zeek Rewards is 100% Legit!

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  13. Roy  March 25, 2012

    I have been with Zeek 2 1/2 month and I’m seeing growth in my biz and I see a early retirement in my future.
    To the people saying this a scam, your WRONG!!!

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  14. samuel maynard  March 28, 2012

    i join in December an my daughter in January 2012 it seem to be working for me and my daughter,there always will be criticisms but one must keep a clear conscience I plan to be with Zeekler for ever .as one critic made the comment about getting a cheoue my affiliate has shown me two she received I am convince that it works
    thanks

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  15. matt  March 29, 2012

    I am impressed after three days of returns. My brother in law signed me up after his initial purchase was made back. Easiest job I have ever had.

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  16. Tim  April 6, 2012

    I joined March 2012. I started my point balance with 4000. In less than a month I am up to 5000. That is AFTER I paid myself $1600. Scam? I think NOT people. Those who are saying it’s a scam either didn’t do what they were supposed to, went against one of the very few rules zeeks has, or plainly going off what someone else told them. I will admit I was a skeptic when I through my money at it. BUT, $1600? NICE. I’ll take that any month! 4000 to 5000 in less than a month? Any month! You’re a fool if you don’t try this at least at it’s minimum value! Happy posting people! :)

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  17. Litahni  April 9, 2012

    I joined ZeekRewards last August. Put only $70 in. 10 for membership, 50 for VIP Bids (samples to give away) and 10 to be in the customer rotator. Then each month is transfer enough $ to cover my $10 montly membership fee out of the cash made in Zeek. So I have not spent ANY ADDITIONAL money out of pocket. I am now drawing a little over $100 out per month in cash…and my base is still going up every day, even though the points that were added 90 days ago expire. This is truely a NO BRAINER… 2-3 min per day for = $100 per month… hmmmm… That is an income of about $1 per minute. I will take that! :)

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  18. John  April 11, 2012

    I purchased $7000 worth of bids just a little over a month ago. Can you guess what im at now? With just a little over a month im at $11,600. The person that signed me up who i know well, put in $5000 four months ago. He has $22,000 and i have seen proof of him taking out cash after the 90 day period. How easy can it get? It takes 3 minutes to post your ad every day. If you dont have time for 3 minutes to make that kind of money then i guess your just ignorant. Now im not a greedy money hog type of person in which all i care about is money. Thats not me. I actually prayed for several days and did my research that this was a wise thing to do with my money. Well i know this much, the company hasnt steered me wrong yet. God has been good to me and i thank him for that. It doesnt get any easier then this though people.

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  19. nancy  April 18, 2012

    I joine 3 days ago, can you explain about VIP points? Why they expire in 90 days? Can I turn them into cash? How do I make money buying bids?

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  20. JuliAna  May 3, 2012

    Hello,

    I wanted to know what happens if I purchase 10,000 bids as a diamond member and post for 1 year without taking any money out. Although I wiln’t recruit, I will tell my friends as the conversation comes up but I will not make recruiting a part of my daily activity. I just want to place my ad daily and don’t take any money out leaving it in at 100%. I’m single and would like to have a residual income of $5000 per month is this possible. Also, at the end of the year could I request a monthly amount of $5,000 also, once I start taking money out on a monthly or weekly basis, can I put more in? Thank you for your time.

    Kind Regards

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  21. Dan  May 10, 2012

    I take out $900 every week and have done so for about seven month so this could not be a scam

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  22. chris  May 20, 2012

    Zeek Rewards is not a scam in any way. The business is 100% legit and they are great with compliance. This company will be around for a very long time.

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  23. gurmit singh  May 27, 2012

    I join zeek rewards 03 / 26 2012 weth $2000 dollars today i have $7100 dollars this is great . i sponsor 4 parson may team now is moving very very successful .

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  24. Larry  June 11, 2012

    I started out with a $1000.00 two months ago as a Diamond by myself and I’m at $2,276.00 minus my bid and Diamond fees I’ve made $500.00 amonth. Thats just me with no one under me at this time.

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  25. Marjorie McCausland-Geore  July 5, 2012

    I do not know anymore now then before I started reading this stuff. I guess I need to read some more/

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  26. Ryan  July 7, 2012

    What are involved in the different levels? (Silver, gold, and dimond)

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  27. gerald  August 8, 2012

    the first 90 days is the only time the points are taken , is this true . and if a 6000. is put in and after 3 months what would a 20 % payout be a week . thanks for a answer

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  28. Jim  August 18, 2012

    This is no Joke I was just reserching to invest and saw the website have all been shut down. I went to Google advaced search and typed in zeek rewards shut down and clicked on the Wall Street Journals website and sure enough the SEC has shut Zeek down as a Ponzi.

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    • Jim  August 18, 2012

      Go to Google advaced search and type in zeek reward shut down and go to the wall street journal webbsite – it speaks for itself

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  29. Jim  August 18, 2012

    Read the wall street journal today or better yet go to thier website – bad news for everyone involved

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  30. Matt James  August 23, 2012

    Is Zeek Rewards a scam? I don’t know, but the SEC sure thinks it is. That’s why they shut them down. I got involved with Zeek Rewards about a month ago. Didn’t lose any money because my sponsor paid my way in. I do feel sorry for my sponsor because he was sold on it and had sunk over $8,000.00 of his own money into it!

    Scam or not is really a moot point because the bottom line is that Zeek Rewards is shut down and there’s nothing you or I can do about it. The sad thing is that , once again, about a million people have lost their hard earned dollars to an alleged ponzi scheme.

    Is everything on the Internet a scam? Of course not but, one never really knows so the best thing to do is to do your due diligence and investigate any offer thoroughly.

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  31. Mark  August 27, 2012

    I have been doing a lot of reading on the subject of Zeek Rewards.. I feel bad for the people who got scammed out of a lot of money. Sad to hear that Zeek Rewards was a $600 million ponzi scheme. That’s just crazy.

    I see more and more former affiliate of Zeek Rewards moving over to Empower Network. It seems they have a really good opportunity and are still in the growing phase. Seems to be some good information on http://empowernetworker.co/

    Hopefully all of those who were shut out find a new home in a new opportunity that is legit.

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    • Juan Ortiz  August 27, 2012

      Mark, It’s interesting that you mention Empower Network and that article…

      I’ve been doing a lot of reading about the Empower Network business opportunity. From everyone that I have talked to it seems like a really good opportunity. The buy in cost at $25 per month (with no cancellation fee) is low enough that I don’t feel like I will fall into another bad company.

      I’m guessing that more people from Zeek Rewards will be jumping ship… I know I’m taking my downline from Zeek Rewards with me, and they all seem very excited about it!

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