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TOPIC: Alifelong Pyramid Scam, Pluggle Clone

Alifelong Pyramid Scam, Pluggle Clone 7 months 2 weeks ago #1328

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What is Alifelong Marketing and Services Inc? According to them they are an Advertising Company who have foreign clients who buy Ads, yup sounds like Pluggle to me. I would not be surprise if Alifelong is owned by the same people who own Pluggle.

How do you make money on Alifelong?

1. Once you register in their program you will get $6. Not bad eh!
2. When someone sign up under you, you will get $2 everytime.
3. Click 2,000 Ads you get $2, click 5,000 Ads you get $10 (natuto na si Pluggle gumaya na sa mga PTC Ads na libre so pag tinanong kung may produkto may tuturo siya! lol)
4. You can also earn $0.2 cents on your sales group left and right up to 10th level
5. There's also Leveling Bonus like Pluggle you get $8 on every pairs left and right up to 12th level.
6. Minimum withdrawal is Php2,000

So what is the catch?

Just like Pluggle you need to pay Php1,500 activation fee, level up to from Php1,000 only in Pluggle and you need to also recruit other people who will pay the Php1,500 activation fee.

Copy paste na copy paste from Pluggle, lol.

Silimarities with Pluggle

1. The scheme is very identical, they just added the Paid to click Ads. A lot of reputable websites like Neobux and others offer this kind of opportunity for free.

2.They even use the same cartoon character sa Pluggle, it seems they are too lazy to change it.

How can you tell that this is a scam?

1. The owners or owner don't want to be identified. If you check out on Whois, you won't get anything from it. Check out the name of the registrant, it's "alife long" from mexico, pampanga. It's not very credible, I would never trust your money with them.

If you click their About page the Senior Executives are Elmer Tinambacan and Venjamin Martinez? really? They don't even use believable people's name.

Check out their team JM Suba, Maki Borabon, Bob Peters, John Stevens (with a woman's picture), Billy Richards, and Jane Doe.

2. Their email address is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and contact number is +99 555 999 and their address 123 4th floor,lemon square bldg brgy.Katipunan Edsa Munoz Quezon city. Only idiots will believe those are real.

3. Look at their two clients: James Stevens This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (same photo with Billy Richards one of their team) and John Doe This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. very believable. lol

Important notes:

1. SEC has already warned people who do business like this "Consequently, those who act as salesman, brokers, dealers or agents may likewise be prosecuted and held criminally liable."

Those found guilty may face fines of up to P5 million, or a penalty of 21 years imprisonment, or both.

"Accordingly, those who invite or recruit other people to join or invest in this venture or offer contracts or securities to the public may be held liable or accordingly sanctioned or penalized," the SEC said.

2. If you use your account with this kind of dealings they will freeze it.

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