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Wazzub Is A Scam-Money Making Scam

Updated on March 26, 2015

I recently came across an ad.

The ad was for a company that is promising to pay out thousands of dollars to members who spread the word about the site. The flyer represents the company as the next Google, and promises some extremely large returns for bringing new members to the site. However, a little research shows that this may be something else. Wazzub is advertising their MLM scam everywhere and printing that they have spent millions of dollars designing a state of the art website. The flyer say that the members will receive half of the "billions" of dollars that they will be receiving for selling their advertising space if they are signed up before a certain date. Of course, I signed up. Then I found out what I am dealing with. This company is owned by another outfit, and they are not even a business that is related to computers at all. GIT Global Investments is the company that is listed in the whois for their domain, and they are registered as a laundry and personal service provider. For some reason, I am beginning to doubt the authenticity of the folks running this site. I had the pleasure of trying to contact them once already, and got a typical response. I would suggest being extremely careful when dealing with this site, due to their conflicting information. For some reason, I find it difficult to believe that a laundry service has millions extra lying around to invest into state of the art internet technology. This site is currently in prelaunch, and I can not be certain of anything as of yet. The advertising sounds wonderful, but with the lack of credibility issue, I would likely avoid it just to be safe. There is the possibility of profit, but if it were true, there would very likely be some real money behind it already. As it stands, it looks like a couple of college kids trying to wrote a check their accounts can't cash.

I have to be fair .

Due to the fact that I have no direct proof that they will not keep their word, I will give you the details of what it is that they are offering. There is a MLM system that can go up to 5 levels deep. You supposedly get a multiplier for each person signed up in your network. There is no limit to the width of each level. So, if it is true, you can sign up 500 or more people directly, then get paid from the next 4 levels of people that sign up beneath of those people. This would be a terrific opportunity, and I signed up when I read the advertising. However, after doing some home work the other information that I gathered suggested that their may be something remiss. The business category misinformation is enough to steer me away. As badly as I would love to be a part of something that was actually like this says it is, anything that sounds to good to be true probably is.

Update

This is hot off the press. Some one affiliated with Wazzub is now resorting to posting links with redirects to get traffic through Craig's list. As I was cruising the site yesterday, I seen an ad for $3900 a month without having to sell anything. I am interested in making money so I checked it out. Come to find out, www.lotsofcashmoney.info is a link to Wazzub. After another Whois search, this company comes back with next to no information except that it is registered to Hugh Wells of Killeen, TX. The account is apparently in some type of jeopardy because the report says that this account can not be transferred or renewed. The registration and expiration dates also match very closely with the ones noted on Wazzub's Whois report. You can look at the report for your self here.

So, the plot thickens. It looks as if craig's list has banned wazzub's advertising. I really can't conceive of why else they would be using a redirect for attaining sign ups. Most reputable companies would never want to remove their name from any link to their company. You can be the judge, I am just reporting what I find. Thank you for reading, follow me if you want to keep up on the latest.

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      Janet 5 years ago

      If Wazzub was scam they would have millions of people blogging against them all over the internet.

      They will lose all their credibility in a flash not to mention all advertisers involve.

      That is the reason I believe they are a legitimate entity.

      Thanks,

      Janet

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      I believed they were telling the truth until I researched the company and found that they were registered as a laundry service. The ad said they had invested millions into building the site, and I can find no proof of that either. This hub is based on my opinion that is based on the misinformation I found related to the site.

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      I'd guess your instincts are pretty good: Did you see this hub? https://hubpages.com/money/Researching-a-company-o...

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      My instincts are probably my best asset. Thanks for noticing:) I did read that hub and it is extremely detailed. There is lots of good info there. Thank you for your comment and for reading my material.

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      Writer54 5 years ago

      I'm not sure if it is scam. A lot of internet businesses have questionable registrations (a lot of websites under a doubtfull name). But what would be the scam this way, there is no money to get at members. And i see that you have signed up, so you do not see any risks then??

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      I signed up hastily. However, when I signed up, they were only asking for an email address. Now that the sight is "opening" they want all my info and I have not given that to them. I am very leery of the discrepancies and the people involved.

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      I commented about this on the other Hub about Wazzub but the fact is that they are not reinventing the wheel here. There was company several years ago (All Advantage) that had a similar model, offering "free" registration and a share of advertising. After a 200 million dollar public offering of stock, they folded like an umbrella - why? Because their affiliates were spamming the Internet !! (DAH!)

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      enjoypeace 5 years ago from Maryland, USA

      They are only asking for addition information if you choose to participate in the social

      community. This is optional. Still no addition information required to sign up.

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      That is what they advertise. However, when you try to sign up at the site, they won't let you without that information. Their page says the "pre-launch" site is on a different server. And, if you are not signed up with all the information at the "post-launch site"?, your entries won't count. Smells fishy to me.

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      RClinton, I have linked your Hub onto my blog that is 'noscamworkathome.biz' because I think it's too important to get the RIGHT information out on this scam. I can't believe people are getting sucked into this.

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      pats 5 years ago

      Yes, All true.

      But we all can come to our conclusion in a Month from now isn't it. They have to register their web site, which means they need the Proprietors, names addresses, contact nos etc. Without all this it would just vanish into thin air soon isn,t ir. Just collecting millions of E Mail addresses with so much pains ! For what. We don't give any further infor till proper WEBSITE come sout Ha! launch !

      Like saying ! They are giving free gold at he market ! However foolish it is Won't you also go and check to Confirm 1% perhaps they are after all?/

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      Thank you very much. I am honored that you find my work worthy of linking to. Continue to spread the word. Wow, I should have spell checked this comment before, it was full of spelling errors. Thanks for following me Mrs/Ms DMartelonline.

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      Robert, it's Doreen :) -- I cannot believe the number of people who think that (this company name which I refuse to speak) is going to "capture" a market that Google OWNS in any manner. Talk about people drinking Kool Aid -- If anyone has bothered to read their TOS (and it's clear that some of them didn't) they'll see that the company reserves the right to "use" their email addresses for future promotions. The only one who comes out of this with anything of value is the con artists who are scamming everyone out of their personal information. Seriously when will people wake up and discover that there's no get-rich-quick scheme that works. Spamming a company all over the Internet with POSITIVE information doesn't build anything up except their false reputation. If anyone has bothered to look (which again it's clear they haven't) the company launch has been postponed from 12/11 to 4/1 to 4/9. Wonder what the next excuse will be. Does anyone really think these guys have invested $2M into this la la land ??? I certainly don't.

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      Jane Wilmer 5 years ago

      obviously not (investing 2 million).. what is weird to me is that no reputable profiler is unmasking these thieves yet.

      My friend is into this so I tried to do some research only to find almost nothing on this evident scam.. I had the chance to hear part of that web conference this so called Bazil host does, only to find he spends a whole our talking literally about nothing... NOTHING! and at the end of it he SAID as who is talking about the weather "soon you are going to get paid and we will be asking for your tax ID".. what? did he really say tax ID?! Unless you are an illegal alien your TAX ID is your Social Security number! why on earth would anyone need that in order to send you money? Couldn't they just use paypal? what about a check on the mail? SCAM SCAM SCAM ... they might even pay you your first $5 bucks to keep you breathing and encouraging your friends to give up that information, so to steal the hundreds or thousands on credit cards on your/their name a week later.. all you need to steal someone's identity and get $50,000 on credit cards on their name is their "tax id"... or say it in other words, your social security number. Why else would he be saying he will be asking that just before payment?.. I am all ears...

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      Jane, I appreciate the comments. The article that you referred to in your second post is already linked to in the side bar. For every one readings information, Mrs/Ms Wilmer wanted to reference KSChang's hub on this subject. It is the DIY research article in the first slot. Thank you for the input and to all those who are reading this and linking to it.

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      mflansburg 5 years ago from Minnesota

      In response to Jane Wilmer's question.

      "Why else would he be saying he will be asking that just before payment?.. I am all ears..."

      Hello? You must not be American, Because EVERY JOB I ever had REQUIRED that You give Your employer Your "TAX ID". This is not the employers choice, it's the LAW. At least if Your going to talk Sh__, at least talk about something You know about.

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      Unless I am mistaken, this company does not need a tax ID just to cut you a small check. This place does not qualify as an employer. Once the income you are receiving reaches a certain level, then it would be necessary. However, until it reaches that point, it is just another way to access your personal information.

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      Talea S. Al Qahtani 5 years ago

      Hi there I'm from KSA and it seems to me that when we come to a money I believe all stricted info. about the register himself is needed, I was trying to register many times but 0 link why? I don't know, so I smell something that it's not true on WAZZUB.

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      The only people who are buying into this crap are the people selling it and people who can't read between the lines. Something is fishy here. Thank you all for you comments.

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      bCause 5 years ago

      OK Mr rclinton, so let's say Wazzub is a scam. They do offer to pay by check and the only way they will get my ssn is with a W-9. Regardless, why don't you tell me why you have a FACEBOOK ad on your website? Also, why on earth would you be so angry with a company that has never scammed you. Sounds to me like you are scared as hell that your precious Facebook check is going to get smaller soon.

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      Please, let me respond to that comment. First off, they have asked for all sorts of personal information when I went to the "site" (I use the term loosely) to sign up. Second, the Facebook ad I believe you are referring to is just a link to my facebook page. I receive absolutely no compensation from facebook. Lastly, I was on board with all of this when I first found out about it. However, the launch didn't happen on time and I began to question whether or or not these people were legit. Then I looked into their records and found way too many discrepancies for my personal taste. This article is based on my opinion, and I welcome you to yours. Give them your information if you want to, but don't ever say that you were not warned.

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      I don't quite understand, but I think you are saying they are bogus. If that's your opinion, I agree with it.

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      Adeniyan 5 years ago

      The only lie is that they are investing millions of dollars,though they may also be questionable of other grounds but am taking the risk because of the my funny view of it on my blog.I wrote it as the only article on my "young" blog http://adeniyan.wapka.mobi/

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      Your welcome talha, and you take your own chances Adeniyan. I just shared my opinion on the information that I found.

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      Adeniyan 5 years ago

      Well,right.You did Good,you made us understand the consequences of the choice we're making.We cnt thank you enough for that.THANK YOU

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      mflansburg 5 years ago from Minnesota

      Closed Minded people miss a lot of chances. I am OLD, but I've been there, done that. It will be what it is, and there's nothing that You can say that will change the out come. But if by chance WE succeed, then this blog will be just a painful reminder to Your followers how You helped to steal their one chance at a good life. Im not yelling at You, or angry at You. Everyone is intitled to their opinion. May God Bless You and Yours.

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      Mike (Flansburg) I think you are delusional. Seriously do you really think that this is going to turn out well? I've been online for a LONG time and pie in the sky nonsense with NO information is NOT a good sign of things to come.

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      mflansburg 5 years ago from Minnesota

      "I think you are delusional" Are You a phychatrist?

      "Seriously do you really think that this is going to turn out well?" Are You a psychic?

      And as for "I've been online for a LONG time" I have been online before the internet was ever dreamed of (BBS)

      ROTFLMAO Oh, Sorry about that Rolling On The Floor Laughing My Ass Off. It's hard to have a battle of wit's with a unarmed person. I don't usually speak this way to people online, but in this case i think it's warranted. WE all must live with the choice's WE make.

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      Thank you both for your comments. Mflansburg, you don't have to agree with me, nor Mrs./Ms Martelonline. We have found things that make us uncomfortable sharing our information with the group running this site. If you want to give them your information, that is your prerogative. However, I'd appreciate it if you would keep your insults to yourself. We chose not to give them our information, and for good reason. If you don't agree with those reasons, that is your choice. I am not closed minded, but I don't mind saying so when I smell a rat. When I looked into the company, nothing that was being said about the company could be proven in any way. There is no proof they spent millions building the company, that they have anything new to offer, or that they will honor their word. The info I found suggested exactly the opposite to me. How much research did you do?

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      Thanks Robert - I appreciate the heads up on this. It's Doreen by the way.

      If someone thinks that the way to get me to think that this site is not a scam is by insulting me and calling my intelligence into question that's ok.

      Since I've been online since back in the day when Channel 2 was the only "real" Internet I've learned that trolls are everywhere and that people who think they can get something for nothing are everywhere too. Too bad that all you wind up getting for that is a lot of spam messages and you remain broke ;)

      As you know I run a site where I actually call out these online scams and you saved me HOURS of work by doing so much research on this one.

      But there are the seriously deluded who have no real names, no photographs and a hope and a prayer of getting something for merely spamming their friends and relatives...well.....they speak for themselves.

      Since we are supposedly less than 24 hours away from this big "launch" then everyone will see that this company (if you can call it that) has no shot at being the next Google (or Facebook)

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      Sponsell 5 years ago

      Hi Clinton

      I have a hard time struggling with this scam too. It is too new and, therefore, lack of insight information. Your article gives me some new ideas to support mine.

      Thanks a lot.

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      AAkin 5 years ago

      It's the day after, how was the launch? I've been going thru' blogs, hoping to catch the latest on this wazzub hype. Mr. Clinton, pls confirm you were right. (You've convinced me with your thorough research earlier, though I've registered with them before reading your blog) The silence is deafening!

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      The launch was yesterday: today, the site is still a cheap looking sales page asking people to sign up. Nothing more than it has been for the past several months.

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      supermom_in_ny 5 years ago from NY

      Doesn't sound too good. Better stick to the reputable sites. Who wants to waste time and money to make someone else rich?

      Thanks for sharing this! I try different income opps and then share my results on hubs or my blogs. Saved me a headache!

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      Oh Lookie here: perfectinter.net

      guess who owns it?

      Ya you guessed: http://www.whois.com/whois/perfectinter.net

      You know these guys are serial MLM'rs right? So chances are that they are gathering email addresses to promote their other scams.

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      Brainy 5 years ago

      "You know these guys are serial MLM'rs right? So chances are that they are gathering email addresses to promote their other scams."

      Perfect guess!

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      amreen 5 years ago

      i m confused !!! don't know what will happen or not......but i still hope positively :@

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      alok 5 years ago

      does it really PAy?

      plz answer

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      mflansburg 5 years ago from Minnesota

      @DMartelonline Yup, That's right! and keep your eye on that server. I mean, who else would it be? Do you think they would get another server and register it under some other name other than their own name?

      Registrant:

      GIT Global Investments, Inc.

      7251 W Lake Mead Blvd.

      Suite 364

      Las Vegas, Nevada 89128

      United States

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      mflansburg 5 years ago from Minnesota

      Sure are a lot of crooked companies working out of this building. Maybe we should sue them?

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      Mr. Ford 5 years ago

      “Whether you think you can, or you think you can't--you're right.”

      ? Henry Ford

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      Timaeus 2012 5 years ago from Landers, California

      WHO told you it couldn't be done? and, what great achievement has he to his credit that entitles him to use the word "impossible" so freely?

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      mflansburg 5 years ago from Minnesota

      @Timaeus 2012 Well said!

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      Tameshwar Nirmalkar 5 years ago

      how to receive money to wazzub please reply to my email-muskantkn@Gmail.com

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      ANNET 5 years ago

      its true no body wants to waste time and money making someone he / she doesn't know rich

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      Ken McGonigal 5 years ago from Maple Ridge, BC

      This definitely falls under the illegal pyramid scam. No product to sell and all you have to do is sign up and recruit. That's the real definition. There are legitimate MLM businesses out there. Generally if there is no product to sell and a promise of money for recruiting others; it is too good to be true. Thanks for the hub!

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      Adeniyan 5 years ago

      Kenneth,I guess you didn't read their FAQ,so you don't have an idea why the whole world agreed.We are nt stupid,most of us are so literate about things like this.They had such a perfect plan.

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      Adeniyan 5 years ago

      And Tameeshwar or whatever you call yourself,get the f**k out of here.

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      gentle 5 years ago

      wazzub is not a scam,its real.you better allow it enter into your thick skull

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      Gentle, good luck with that. Your "better allow it to enter your thick skull" is a little over the top, and none of us had "better do anything" other than protect our interest. We will do what we choose, and so will you. Tell me how the works out for you when it's all over.

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      Rod 5 years ago

      I signed up with a throw away email address and now I can't find a cancel my membership button anywhere

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      TM 5 years ago

      Here,, is my experience with wazzub,,, I signed up few months ago,, and sent a link to some of my friends and they signed up too.. according to my link,, the calculator was at 8 points for me,, then when it is supposed that the site ia launched ad when me and any of my friends try to sign in,, a messge appear to us that this email is not present in the data base,, so they sure a scam trying to collect as much they can of emails

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      shewawa 5 years ago

      it is real scam ,trust me , many many times wazzub change it launch date to collect more users , and if you read the Privacy Policy , you will see that it need your id and your real name and copy of your passport , it is a real scam , please i recommend all to stop joining this website

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      Jennie 5 years ago

      If you look at this company you will see that wazzub is trying to copy this one not that they actually are but only saying they are look at the free product and every thing they say this company has it and wazzub promises to have it http://leetbar.com

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      marx 5 years ago

      maybe it's a scam. . But I'll wait until they paid me for my $factor. . .

      http://marxvio.blogspot.com/

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      Joshua, Thanks for the comment and support. Unfortunately, the link you gave in your post was dead. If there is additional information at the website you referred to, please check the link and post it again.

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      luis G Giraldo 5 years ago

      competitors are desperately with the launch of WAZZUB because it's going to be a great impact to all of them, that's why they spend time and money publishing things like Wazzub is definitely scam.

      Don't waste your time WAZZUB already has a wonderful web page....www. perfectinter.net get in there and see how many importants companies got associated with them, like google.Amazon,facebook,ESPN, Wazzub is a total a different idea it never happens before, that's why many dorcs don't believe it, but I do , and to make you suffer, our first payday would be May 15 ahhh jajaaa how you like it ?

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      I almost spit my coffee out reading your comment Luis. Those companies are not "associated" with Wazzub -- those are RSS feeds with the logos next to them. There is no *association* in the true sense. It's NOT a new idea in fact, I just tripped over another site that is PROMISING exactly the same thing ..... we'll see how your first "payday" goes.

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      Astrodon 5 years ago

      Hi RClinton5280

      What did you do to sever your connection with WAZZUB?

      or what do you suggest?

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      I do not know what you would do once they have your information. I never gave them anything more than my email address, and I never will. This article was written in hopes of stopping innocent people from getting scammed. Hopefully, you read this before you gave them any sensitive information.

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      mimi 5 years ago

      is there any way to shut down their websites?

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      mimi 5 years ago

      im just a student, my professor believes that wazzub is for real... and thereof, he requires us to invite lots of people and a certain incentives will be given to us the more we invite, sounds good right? but my point is... i don't want to do anything that is not related with MY STUDIES. Is there any way to report or shut down their website as soon as possible, maybe tomorrow? just like that. it's really freaking me out and i know that it isn't true. I guess wazzub is a way of hacking our emails and passwords. i've experience trouble signing in one of my account which is also signed up in wazzub... i can't open my account in yahoo anymore :(

      wazzub is really a waste of time.

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      Thanks for commenting Mimi. It is disturbing to hear that your teacher is using his students in that way. There are laws against that. As far as shutting them down goes, I do not have an answer. If they do not pay out to their members, someone will file suit and they will be shut down. Until then, they are open for "business".

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      sharon 5 years ago

      Im reading all this and nt sure,I signed up today under sumone who sent me their link,it said I will get a verification code,to my knowledge this happens almost immediately,Its about 2hrs now and still no code.Im concerned nw that they have my email details and password I entered,is this bad.

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      I do not know what they will do with your info once they have it. I felt the same feeling after signing up, and that is why I wrote the article. Please post again if you get additional info. Thanks for your comment.

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      Ted 5 years ago

      You guys make it sound as if your emails addresses are carved into stone and are genetically inbred ? Are you guys all retards? if you are all so insecure why not cancel your email account and create a new one, it takes only a few minutes on gmail ? Why would you use your main email address for online risk profiteering? HuuH !! I DON'T KNOW?

      Did you notice your blog constantly refers to " WHAT IF MY EMAIL IS USED FOR SPAM" That's right ! if your email gets used for spam your whole world will stop today :) You guys are all so freaken GAY !!!! You should all go and be trained in special ed classes :) WAZZZZZUBBB HuuuH!!!! This blog was truly written for Beavis and Butthead . Clinton / Martel , I’m truly embarrassed to say that I share this planet with croutons like you guys.

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      Ted, if you don't like my hub, don't read it. Otherwise, you can take that loudmouth bullshyt and stuff it up your arse. The only moron here is you, as shown to every one by your comments. I wrote an article about the discrepancies I found relating to this website, nothing more. Oh yeah, if you give them all the info that they ask you for at sign up, then they have access to a lot more than just your email address. Based on how you spoke to me, I hope you are the victim of every con artist on the planet every day for the rest of your life.

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      Wow talk about faux outrage and childishness. Seriously....

      Ted trust me I'm far more embarrassed to be sharing the planet with boneheads like you that can't have a reasonable disagreement without attacking people.

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      Ted 5 years ago

      What you need is not a blog to protect yourself and others from all your delusional fears it’s a psychologist and if that doesn't work you can try some pepper spray. Buy the cutesy pink can it will look great with your outfit. You never know who will be waiting at your door step, it could be a big husky boogie man in tights . OPPS !! NOW DON'T GET KINKY WITH THAT PEPER SPRAY , MR. CLINTON :)

      Now lets get serious , you can get more info from a phone book than the info shared on Wazzub and I can still sleep at nighttime .The same is to be said with all the previous generations . Did your parents and grand-parents ever have line ups of sales people knocking at their doors ? beside the vacuum sales guys. They all had their names and addresses / phone numbers listed in the phone books and nowadays you can even list your email address. That is way more information than what Wazzub is asking for . I know because I just did my research. You should stop these scaremonger tactics and get a life Mr.Clinton.

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      Where exactly is the scare tactic Ted? I used the facts that I found when I researched this website to write this article. There is nothing included except for facts and my conclusions, which are clearly labeled as such. You can't argue with the facts, and I don't care if you like my opinion or not. I wrote an article to inform people, and you must not have much of a life to sit here and spend an hour typing that dialogue trying to tear apart my work. Again, I repeat, if you don't like this hub, just go away. Thanks.

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      Lid 5 years ago

      Ted,like you said,you create another e-mail so there is no chance to be spammed.So for you danger is close to nothing,i will tell you why this is a scam,they will take your e-mail,and 6.5 million other morons who believed them and sell them,again and again and again making millions of dollars.This is what people don't get,they will sell your personal information(some people gived adresess also?).And why would a website take so much time to launch? Good job Mr. Clinton,when your motives are pure,there are some idiots believing so much in the lie that there is no other possibility

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      Did you see the latest: NEW LAUNCH DATE: 8/1/2012. Only 8 months later than originally promised (LMAO)

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      actually this is even more amusing "May 22 through May31:

      Pre-Launch members who are qualified for payments update their profile in members’ area and upload proof of identity.

      Note: we are bound by U.S. Law to make payments only to individuals with proven identity.

      Our Anti-Fraud Department will delete all cheaters from our data base. Those cheaters who try to receive money by giving personal data will be sued in the USA and/or their country.". So that means that ONLY if you send them photo id you can collect real $$'s. I wonder how GOogle processes millions of dollars a month in payouts without ids?

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      mflansburg 5 years ago from Minnesota

      How does Google do it?? If your location "REQUIRES A TAX ID" then you MUST provide it. This is required in the U.S.A. Here is what Google says.

      "Provide your tax information (not required in all locations)

      Depending on your location, we may be required to collect tax-related information from you. If you're required to provide tax information, you can do so by visiting the Account settings page in your AdSense account. Look for the Payment settings section and click the "edit" link next to Tax information. Our interface will help guide you to the appropriate forms and requirements for your particular situation. "

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      mflansburg 5 years ago from Minnesota

      From Google Adsense Fourm: "All accounts need to be verified using the PIN, and the phone verification and all the other things, like entering your TAX INFO and selecting the PIN.

      The PIN is generally first issued somewhere around a week or two after the $10 threshold."

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      Abraham 5 years ago

      PEOPLE FROM EARHT!! DON'T BE SO CREDIBILY....WAZZUB IS A FU*KING SCAM!! THEY PROMISED ON 1 IULY,,,AND NOW 1 AUGUST...FUCK OFF WAZZUB!!!

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      MFlansburg: A confirmation telephone number and a photo identification is FAR from the same thing. I have been working online for years. I have only one time been asked to provide photo identification and it was only because I was going to be dealing with sensitive financial information. I would no sooner scan my photo id to a scumbag who has a long history of scamming people than I would fly to the moon. Wazzub has no reputation (outside of a negative one) and their "principals" well, they have no principles.

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      Martin you're an idiot if you think that anyone here is going to fall for your stupid link. Did you bother reading this at all or did you just decide spamming was smart? Seriously.

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      fsmn888@yahoo.com 5 years ago

      big scam

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      Rahul Shah` 5 years ago

      Hey he is true I too have expeienced wazz ub is a scam loot they will loot hack your location , WID, SSID

      and PAN and they will waste your time nobody in this world will give even a single cent to anybody for free so you all forget about this okay, believe me I am a tech assistant, web designer and internet analyst so I have the knowledge and Idea of these all.

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      Terressa 5 years ago

      At this very moment Wazzub members are giving away their personal id . Drivers License,Passport . Will Wazzub become the biggest scam ever perpetuated online?or will they come out as Heroes?

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      Any company that is not honest with people from the get go - as far as who the principals are, how they intend to make money and what the business actually is and then asks for ID ...... call me a skeptic but this SCREAMS scam even if you are dense.

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      CommentMan 5 years ago

      I was a strong supporter of wazzub...now that they are asking for proof of identitiy, I'm starting to question their credibility... I mean sh*t man..people can easily hack your bank accounts requesting for cash transfer with all our information... I managedto gather until now a $factor of 16000+ ...now that they are asking for sh*t and stuff..I can proudly say...NO THANKS!!! better safe than sorry...

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      Teressa 5 years ago

      They can open credit cards under your name if you give them your personal info.

      Another possibility is that Wazzub could be legit but they are playing this hide and seek game to gain distrust from their members. Many members with high factor points wont give their personal info so will lose out at the end . This way Wazzub will win back factor points from members.I'm aware that many members will not give their info. When pay day comes Wazzub wont need to give as much anymore because so many members are leaving. I heard through the great vines that the Canadian RCMP as already opened up an investigation collaborating with the FBI and are keeping an eye on USA Wazzub ring leaders. Wazzub should of known that by signing millions of members that some of them were part of the FBI or had family in it. You can feel better knowing that if they are doing a fraud they will be caught.

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      Fransua 5 years ago

      What is the risk of sending the ID to USA? Can you be specific?

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      Teressa 5 years ago

      Your id in the wrong hands can be used to access your bank accounts or even open up new credit cards.

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      Anonymous 5 years ago

      @Teressa your right the FBI have infiltrated Wazzub , by giving fake id also call tracers. They will now be able to see where all the activity of Wazzub is taking place.

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      Ted 5 years ago

      You can close your blog and morn the death of Wazzub . It is in sad feelings that we all now grief in emptiness , but we must all remain strong as Wazzub created so many dreams to millions of us. In death we all love you and expect you to reach out to us in shackles and grace . Amen

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      BIG COULIBALY 5 years ago

      Dear Wazzub,

      Excusse me wazzub,Please lets this be truth,Even if it was not truth,because many peoples have been waiting and expecting the money,So you peoples should understands that a promise is a DEBTS and then you peoples should know also that no human being should fake his fellow brother,Anybody doing this will never sees the glory of almighty in the day of judgement,So you peoples must be very careful and pays the money to people.This is my message to you.

      Thanks.

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      Stanley 5 years ago

      Wow!!...it's the first time I read this blog. I'm from South Africa and I was under the impression that Wazzub was legit,but now, I'm not so sure anymore. Can anyone pls tell me...what do I, as a South African citizen have to loose to a company that's in the US? I mean,they can't open up credit cards or steal money from me..or can they???? So why would they let people of other countries also sign up?

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      With so many gullible people online ready to fall for pipe dreams I don't know why more people don't get conned into moronic schemes like this one ..... sigh

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      mflansburg 5 years ago from Minnesota

      DMartelonline, Great Job!!!! keep up the good work, and i'll keep smoking My pipe full of dreams. :)

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      Ryan 5 years ago

      Hmm, Wazzub,i wont say they are a scam,they don't ask for any money, nothing will they get anything from harvesting emails,they wont get any money from selling email accounts,so how are they going to earn money if they are going to scam? neither can they earn money from selling email accounts(it cannot be done) the one who thinks it can be is an idiot its impossible,and neither they are asking for money

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      Please delete my prior comment and post my new one :(BELOW)

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      DMartelonline 5 years ago

      If anyone thinks that Wazzub (what a bozo name) is not a scam then tell me this: Why would you have to make this your default home page? Simple: Everything you add to your home page is a link to a service that is paying these bozos for your address. While it's true that they claim to "not sell your email address" the fact is that in order to "add things" to your home page you'll need a subscription. In fact, Amazon and these other "special" deals that they are claiming will make you rich are all readily available without getting conned into a scam site that looks like spam when you land on it. Honestly people if you really think this site is going to make you money I have a bit of lakefront property in Arizona to sell you.

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      Robert Clinton 5 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      Ryan, in order to be be an "full" member, you must submit some very personal information. The initial sign up only requires an email address, but in order to actually sign up to the site, you have to give them quite a bit of personal info. From there, I have just seen too many discrepancies between what the people from the site were saying and the facts I was finding. I don't trust them, you can do what ever you choose. Let me know how it goes.

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      wazzubscam1 4 years ago

      Here are some facts for you about the lies we have all been told over the last 12 months.

      PrizeMania

      Do you really think we stand to win these prizes? There are 6.5 million members in the database, mainly due to the fact that they do not have the systems in place to only select the REAL members. So this is includes 2 million accounts that were NEVER verify plus another 2 million that have so far been deemed as FAKE accounts.

      That leaves 2 million. Do you think that is the end of it. NO.

      There are currently only 300,000 members who have setup a profile in the main PI website. So these are the true numbers. Yes, just 300,000. And so there are 6.5 million REFIDs being picked, supposedly randomly. Having 4 prizes an hour means that it will take 185 years to display all of them.

      IT IS ALL FAKE. Only setup for us to CLICK CLICK CLICK as Suresh said in a webinar a few months ago. Purely to increase the Alexa rankings to keep us on the site for more than a few seconds. Without that ZERO advertisers would even look at the PI. Not with so many members walking away months ago.

      $Factor

      How many times are they going to move the goal posts?? Well, watch this space --- news is that the board have decided that things need changing again.

      Delays

      How many delays have there been? So many I have lost track.

      1. Back in April we were promised an email account, still not got it

      2. Back in April we were promised that we would be getting a payment each month on the 14th

      3. Back in June we were promised that we would be getting Sodealicious, idealsmarter, ibooksmarter, and where are they? only IDS is here and most of the stuff they sell is junk. At highly inflated prices. One person was actually FIRED. Why, because she refused to go to Flea Markets to buy crap for $1, photograph it and then sell it on IDS for $40-$80

      4. Back in July, PI University - another complete Joke !!! whatever happened to that? Gee and the clowns are quiet and never mention it. We were asked to do a Test. Did we get a certificate as promised to actually get involved and approach businesses???? NO

      5. Back in July/August - a clown called Oscar was brought in - who can't even speak English. He was a complete joke. Did you see his Linked in profile and his own website. Absolutely useless. And he is supposed to be an expert in Financial systems and Investor Relations. He is just another one of the guys.

      6. COP Shares - I feel sorry for all of you who sent in money for that. They had no money to pay their staff at one point a few months ago, and they threatended to walk out. Never mind, some nice people had sent in a pile of money to them, so they used some of that instead!! Less than 2000 COP shares were sold though. Not bad though - 3 million dollars

      7. WAZZUB payment card. HA HA HA - there is no money to pay us. Do you really think they have any idea how to get us a payment card? and more to the point, what is the point with no profit. They could keep saying that and we would NEVER EVER know. Gee changed his mind back in June, and they would no longer keep us informed of the profit and loss each month. They decided it was only relevant to tell us ONCE they had made a profit.

      8. M advertising - what has happened to all of that as well. Another disaster

      There has been so many lies and the exageration of the truth, I have lost track of it all.

      Do you still believe they will actually pay us a cent ?????

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      BADLAD 4 years ago

      Here are some facts for you about the lies we have all been told over the last 12 months.

      PrizeMania

      Do you really think we stand to win these prizes? There are 6.5 million members in the database, mainly due to the fact that they do not have the systems in place to only select the REAL members. So this is includes 2 million accounts that were NEVER verify plus another 2 million that have so far been deemed as FAKE accounts.

      That leaves 2 million. Do you think that is the end of it. NO.

      There are currently only 300,000 members who have setup a profile in the main PI website. So these are the true numbers. Yes, just 300,000. And so there are 6.5 million REFIDs being picked, supposedly randomly. Having 4 prizes an hour means that it will take 185 years to display all of them.

      IT IS ALL FAKE. Only setup for us to CLICK CLICK CLICK as Suresh said in a webinar a few months ago. Purely to increase the Alexa rankings to keep us on the site for more than a few seconds. Without that ZERO advertisers would even look at the PI. Not with so many members walking away months ago.

      $Factor

      How many times are they going to move the goal posts?? Well, watch this space --- news is that the board have decided that things need changing again.

      Delays

      How many delays have there been? So many I have lost track.

      1. Back in April we were promised an email account, still not got it UPDATED - JUST LAUNCHED

      2. Back in April we were promised that we would be getting a payment each month on the 14th

      3. Back in June we were promised that we would be getting Sodealicious, idealsmarter, ibooksmarter, and where are they? only IDS is here and most of the stuff they sell is junk. At highly inflated prices. One person was actually FIRED. Why, because she refused to go to Flea Markets to buy crap for $1, photograph it and then sell it on IDS for $40-$80

      4. Back in July, PI University - another complete Joke !!! whatever happened to that? Gee and the clowns are quiet and never mention it. We were asked to do a Test. Did we get a certificate as promised to actually get involved and approach businesses???? NO

      5. Back in July/August - a clown called Oscar was brought in - who can't even speak English. He was a complete joke. Did you see his Linked in profile and his own website. Absolutely useless. And he is supposed to be an expert in Financial systems and Investor Relations. He is just another one of the guys.

      6. COP Shares - I feel sorry for all of you who sent in money for that. They had no money to pay their staff at one point a few months ago, and they threatended to walk out. Never mind, some nice people had sent in a pile of money to them, so they used some of that instead!! Less than 2000 COP shares were sold though. Not bad though - 3 million dollars

      7. WAZZUB payment card. HA HA HA - there is no money to pay us. Do you really think they have any idea how to get us a payment card? and more to the point, what is the point with no profit. They could keep saying that and we would NEVER EVER know. Gee changed his mind back in June, and they would no longer keep us informed of the profit and loss each month. They decided it was only relevant to tell us ONCE they had made a profit.

      8. M advertising - what has happened to all of that as well. Another disaster

      There has been so many lies and the exageration of the truth, I have lost track of it all.

      Do you still believe they will actually pay us a cent ?????

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      PI's Founder 4 years ago

      Thnks, here you have more data any help will be appreceiated regarding GIT Glibal Investments Inc -Perfect Internet, Inc-Wazzub:

      • Registered Agent: Cathy Halverson, 391 NW 179th Ave, Beaverton, OR, 97006, U.S.A.

      Founder/ CEO/COO: Daniel Settgast at 66 Beethoven Road, Cay Hill, Saint Maarten and/or BUSINESS POINT 73RD STREET, 3680 NW, MIAMI, FL, 33147, U.S.A.

      Founder: Nicole Herding at 66 Beethoven Road, Cay Hill, Saint Maarten Maarten and/or BUSINESS POINT 73RD STREET, 3680 NW, MIAMI, FL, 33147, U.S.A.

      Founder/Director Business Europe: Roland Zoell at Pritzenow 22, 17089 Bartow, Germany.

      Corporate Secretary: Michael A. DeBias at 1101 N Rainbow Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89108, U.S.A. and/or 2667 S DECATUR BLVD APT 2096, LAS VEGAS, NV, 89102, U.S.A.

      Public Relation Director: Waldir Francisco Dacosta, AKA Gee DaCosta at 40631 N. Panther Creek Trail, Anthem, AZ, 85086, U.S.A.

      Director Business Asia: Ming He at No. 67 Guangcheng Road, Qingdao, Shandong, China

      •New President/CEO and/or Director of Antifraud: Suresh Kumar Balakrishnan at BLK B-5-8 Vista Panorama, Taman Bukit Permai 5, Taman Bukit Permai Cheras, 56100, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

      Mari Northup (actual president on documents):

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      Robert Clinton 4 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      Thanks for the update PI's Founder. That is very detailed information.

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      Doreen 15 months ago

      I just thought you'd like to know that I received a cease and desist order from some clown threatening me with legal action for a blog post about this scam from two years ago. I can't stop laughing ;)

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      Robert Clinton 15 months ago from Greensboro, NC

      Same loser sent me a letter. lmao, what a joke.

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