If you haven’t noticed Zeek Rewards has a 23 Alexa ranking on the search engines, which mean that it is the 53rd, searched site on the internet right now. Not too bad for a company that is just coming to market with a new unique product based in small town USA.
I would be really excited right now if I didn’t know what I am about to tell you, because I love these types of opportunities and if there is a new way to make money I am usually all in with my chips on the table. However, when I got a call from my dad and then our tech guy asking me to check it out to see if it was legitimate or not I felt I had an obligation to share with anyone remotely considering Zeek Rewards the facts about this type of business model and explore whether it was a stable enough opportunity to inject my hard earned money into.
Here’s What you Need to Know:
From the onset Zeek Rewards appears to have all the bells and whistles of viable investment vehicle. You can get started anyway you like and as long the company exists you should be making huge daily pays out from now until your 80. Unfortunately, this will not be the case due the way that Zeek Rewards is built.
I lost $150,000 with a company that was designed identical to Zeek rewards several years ago. I am not writing this blog because I lost money- it happens and as an investor I shouldn’t even consider investing money I can’t stand to lose Rule # 1 -not to broken. I also made money with this type of business model but in the end after all was said and done my $150,000 dollar investment turned into a$150,000 loss.
________happens as Forest Gump Says!
So Why is Zeek Rewards Not Built to Last?
This type of business model where a company pays a daily % return or whatever fancy word they use to hide the daily % payout they give to your account so they will remain legal, is based on ½ of what the company receives daily. A.K.A. Their Retail Profit Pool. This is amazing in the beginning, when the company is racking in the cash, but it can’t last forever, as we will explain.
A person invests a certain amount of money with Zeek Rewards, let’s say $10,000 in this example and you begin earning a 1% or more on this money everyday and you leave some in your account and withdraw the rest. Very nice if it could be sustained. Most people use the 80/20 rule to build their Zeek Rewards account balance.
Each day Zeek Rewards, in this case has it members bid or place an ad on their penny network. Supposedly there are big rewards paid out on the penny bids- but in the long run what really happens is that a computer runs up the bid and takes the prize so no one ever really wins the major prices. IF you were paying out those types of bonuses daily, in the long run it would eat up your bottom line as a company. An IPad Cost someone $500 somewhere?
As we mentioned before the company pays out a minimum 1% to its members daily (or whatever) on x amount of dollars thus the reason why you are considering joining and putting your money to work instead of you. I am all for this type of effortless return but from personal experience and as a founder with the other company I am sad to say it won’t work and you should join your pie in the sky dream with another company that is solid legitimate and long term.
Here’s what will happen in a matter of time. At some point in time, when the momentum slows down and members start to trickle in, instead of pour the 1+% that you are making daily on your Zeek Rewards account balance won’t be as high. Maybe you will only get paid a ½ of percent that day. Then the company, Zeek Rewards, in this case will begin launching incentives for recruiting new associates and when that doesn’t work they will make it mandatory to sign up 2 other people with a minimal account balance in order for you to continue to receive your daily pay out with Zeek Rewards. You can live with these requirements for a while and you will have no problem finding your two people to try and keep this company afloat.
Unfortunately, after the peak of this company turns to a downward slope and no one can be exactly sure how or when this will happen but it will. If they stay in compliance with Government regulations or better yet if no one reports them as a scam until later, then they have more time to continue to make money.
Either way, before they are shut down or when they can no longer make those payouts you can expect to here things like: “there was computer glitch and we were unable to determine the exact percentage to pay out so we will go with ____%” or “the computer overpaid and now we have to try to figure out what happened and will need some time to sort out the accounts.”
Please understand that if a company and this goes for any company across the board, online or offline, does not have “new money” coming in daily it cannot indefinitely stay open or pay its members a daily % out of the air it is generating. That is a fact.
So whether you will get into Zeek Rewards early enough that you will recoup your initial investment or not is something only time will tell.
What I love is when new companies like Zeek Rewards come to the industry and say we have been here for 14 years and are solid- you know it is not true. What is more accurate is that the owner probably owned a corporation for 14 years and then decided to add the Zeek Rewards component as a project. Because if Zeek Rewards would have been on the market for 14 years, then every business owner, investor, entrepreneur, and all the everyday Joe’s and Jane’s would already be in Zeek rewards but that is not the case. While this is not a deal breaker that a company is brand new, or says that have been here x amount of years- it may not be 100% the Truth. Honestly, I don’t care if they have been here 1 day if it is solid and legitimate.
So while the promise of money for little to no effort is enticing to everyone including all of Bernie Madoff’s Clients- it is not realistic. For short periods of time this type of business model will work but the problem is that you don’t know when or what the tipping point will be. And if you will be able to recoup your initial money.
If you are a person who can afford to lose $10,000 or $4,000 or even $1,000 dollars then go for it. But if you are person who is looking for something to do from home to make money and you really don’t want to lose the money you would be investing with Zeek Rewards you better sit this one out on the side lines.
Trust me if anyone wants this type of business to work it is me. I would be the first person to come in with another $150,000 and tell the owner Paul I am ready to rock and roll but from an ethical perspective I can and will not do that because the company is just not built to last.
Long-term stability is key to building a solid financial foundation. When considering any company, you must first measure its ability to sustain itself over a long period of time. Since Zeek Rewards flunks the long-term part completely here is what we do instead with bigger and better payouts and you can be sure your investments will pay you dividends for many years to come.
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