I'm happily running the Algoco Viewbar on my computer for a couple weeks, and I like it. I've already acculumated my maximum hours for the month, and I'm just waiting for my referrals to get theirs.
Before Agloco there was AllAdvantage (circa 2000), run by some of the same people. I was a member back then, and I did receive a couple cheques from them. It will be a while before we see some revenue, because of how the advertising industry works (you know what Adsense is like). But, I have confidence that Algoco will be paying out to their members in two or three months time.
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I'd steer clear of any multi-level marketing gigs. I'm not saying you can't make money with them, just that the average person doesn't make enough to have it worth your while.
That said, I know nothing about AGLOCO. If it truly is free, then hey, no loss. But if you then start buying things you wouldn't have through their affiliates just to boost your numbers... or spending time you would have spent with friends or family surfing... then it becomes a problem. At least in my eyes. I value my time highly.
I'm with Maddie 100% on this issue. Bragging about something which you don't really know anything about isn't going to help anybody(have you got paid yet? As one of our fellow hubber said, agloco really means "a global con"). Similar no good schemes were around for a long time. Try InstantBuzz. They started this viewbar scam. They are still around. Anyway all the best to you!
People who say Agloco is a scam don't know any more than those who swear it isn't. Let's not turn this thread into an argument about whether it is or not.
I will only give you these facts, and leave Keti make her own choice:
1. Agloco free to join - nothing to buy, and no spam.
2. The more referals you recruit, the more money you will make.
3. Agloco isn't paying out money yet - it's the early days.
4. How much money Algoco will pay out is not guarenteed.
(AllAdvantage made this mistake, and subsequently failed)
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I wouldn't say that thefluffanutta is bragging about it. He responded to a question. With an honest reply.
I couldn't have said it better. thefluffanutta was only answering a post. stating his own experience with Agloco and sharing a little history on the topic, don't see where he is bragging.
I also tried to recruit AGLOCO downloads and accumulate surfing hours. But lately I have been hearing bad things about AGLOCO. Such as, it is planting spyware into your PC!
After a few days of using the ViewBar, I got this sensation that I usually get when I am cheated by someone. First of all, the VieBar is ot just a toolbar. It is a full aplication that has access to your PC system. That was not what promised by the AGLOCO team.
Although the application itself is quite small in size, it does cause serious lag to the system. My PCC slowed by leaps after installing the ViewBar.
A couple of my friends (who was, sadly, introduced to AGLOCO by ME) complained of getting infected by spyware after installing and running the ViewBar
And then I came across the pos by Affiliate Best Programs : http://www.affiliatebestprograms.com/20 … s-malware/
I don't know weather AGLOCO is a scam or weather they do plant spywares. There are still people who defend AGLOCO and claim they are not infected (Infact I did not see any spyware in my PC, but the laggs are making me worried). But, just remember, one of the way to earn more in AGLOCO is by recruiting. SO, it should not surprise you when people keep saying good things about it despite some experiencing troubles.
I removed my ViewBar. It is too huge a gamble.
Big time scam. I do scam busting and was going to do an article on that. Also nelson net rating stuff to pay to surf in ways is bad heavy spyware. I would say do not fall for that. I think many people were wondering of them in the past and no way do not do it. Read the small print and look it up for it is a scam heavy.
I am sorry I have not posted a scam alert on it but, I have been too busy all I can do is say I am over 100% sure it is a scam. I hope I was of help. I will one day write on it to explain but, it is a scam in so many ways it would be a couple of page alert.
ZolaEnte aka leigh girl wishes you luck.
Ps get adaware and spybot both and even avg to run all 3 if you have downloaded such things. Some need removal other ways cuz they run in hiding. It ruins you computer and you do not get paid for them anyway.
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