& Whenyouhost – A classic local scam

Whenyouhost logoName: When You Host/RichestSG

Website: and

Price: $80/yr, $100/yr, $250, $799

OwnersRosalind and other unknown

Rating: 0/100 (Really just a big fat scam)


Is RichestSG a scam? How about Read this review below to find out more details.

There are so many online scams out there that are targeting unsuspecting people, but there is one right here that is targeting my own country citizens.… Read More

Is Empower Network a scam?

Empower Network LogoName: Empower Network


Price: $25/mth, $19.95/mth, $100/mth, $500, $1000, $3500 products

Owners: David Wood & David Sharpe

Rating: 10/100

The Viral Blogging System

Empower Network (EN) is a hot topic on the Internet when you search for ways to make money online since launching in 2012. They promote themselves as a Viral Blogging System, and help you promote a successful website.… Read More

Tips to avoid scams online – Don’t get scammed!

scam smartIt is safe to say that there are many scams online, and sometimes it is very hard to tell apart a legitimate opportunity and a scam. Here are some tips I have compiled from my experience during my online money making journey, and how to spot a scam, be it an MLM system, work-at-home programs or affiliate programs.… Read More

Are MLM a good home based business opportunity?

MLMMany people in the world are taken in by Multi Level Marketing (MLM) schemes through the sales pitch, and the promise of big income and financial freedom by referring potential candidates to become their down line.

However, here are some questions most people like you and me would ponder over when it comes to MLM:

  • Is it really such a lucrative income opportunity?
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Wake Up Now – Is it a good opportunity?

wakeupnow logo2Name: Wake Up Now


Price: $24.95/month, $49.95/month, $99.95/month

Owners: Jason Elrod (President), Kirby Cochran (CEO)

Rating: 30/100

Update 28/7/15: Apparently, Wake Up Now has ceased operating since Febuary! Checks on the website shows that it does not operate any more. This article will remain here for informational purposes.

This is due to the following reason:

In a letter written by CEO Phil Polich on February 16, 2015, WUN announced it would cease all network marketing operations due to poor management by former CEO Kirby Cochran citing, “his decisions for a privileged few outweighed the incredible heart and dedication of the many”.

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