Name: Check Listing
Owner: Alex Sengphong
Type of Business: HYIP
Price: Free to join
Overall Rating: 50/100
So I’ve been bombarded with everyone and their mothers promoting Check Listing to me. This review of yet another revenue sharing program should give you the absolute best understanding of what this program has to offer and whether or not you should join something like this.
What is Check Listing?
Check listing is a revenue sharing program that most of you know as a HYIP. I don’t care what anyone tells you, this is exactly what it is.
For a straight to the point explanation, this is a very risky business where you invest money to earn money by others who have also invested into the program
How it Works
When you invest your money into Check Listing, or any revenue sharing program for that matter, your money will be put into a pool.
Most owners try and use other forms of generating revenue, but the main source would be through new members joining.
If you don’t have anyone else joining after you, just consider your money gone. Most people will try and get their money back, which causes nothing more than a delay in payouts to other members.
Yup, No Refunds
For most of these sites, they clearly have their no refund policy posted everywhere, but with this one, not so much.
Let me just tell you that you will not be getting a refund if that’s what you’re thinking. I will show you how to work around this further into this review, so I suggest you read this thoroughly.
What You Get
of course they chose advertising as their product of choice. If they didn’t have any product, this will be completely legal and yup, it will be a scam. That’s not so much the case here, because they do have a “product”.
Most may argue this and say that their advertising services are awesome, but of course I have my personal thoughts on that as well.
I have used their services and yes it works well, but not with anything and everything and I want to show you why.
Don’t Get Confused
I have argued time and time again about the advertising portion with any and every revenue sharing program and I’m going to stick to my guns.
Yes it works great, but that’s because everyone that is involved with this program is trying to make money, which is the same group of people that are on the site.
If you try and advertise anything else, good luck with that. As far as promoting other revshares and make money programs, the advertisements will work.
It is free to create an account, but it is going to cost you a minimum of $10 to take part in the revenue sharing side of things.
On top of that, you will need to pay a membership fee every month.
- Basic – $4.99/month
- Plus – $9.99/month
- Premium – $14.99/month
The maximum deposit amount is $54,000! I don’t know who would invest that much money, but just know there are people who invest thousands into these revenue sharing programs.
Along with that deposit, you are also required to surf 10 ads a day or your shares wont’ be earning anything.
There are “surf free” plans, which allow you to pay so you don’t have to click those ads daily.
- 1 Day – $1.47
- 7 Days – $6.99
- 30 days – $15.99
I know this may seem like another way for the owner to make money, but sometimes purchasing one of these will help you in the long run.
They accept Paypal, Payza, and Solid Trust Pay. It is almost impossible to get approved by Paypal, so that is a good sign when it comes to revenue sharing.
Pros & Cons
- Can make you money
- Trusted admin
- No guarantees
- No refunds
- Takes time to get just your “seed” money back
Before You Join
If you do decide to join Checklisting, I have created this section just for you. This will help you so that you know what you’re getting yourself into.
For the most part, people promote this because of the commissions they will earn by referring you to the program. 10% of someone’s deposit of $1,000 is not chump change.
If you plan to just invest into the revenue sharing side of things without recruiting, your best bet would be to invest a decent amount or you’ll be wasting your time.
You’ve probably seen screenshots of people making a lot of money, but that’s most likely because they are recruiting a lot of people.
For Revshares that are trying to last, it will take up to 3 months to get your initial investment back before you start profiting.
If you don’t have the money to invest into something like this, I suggest you really think about it before jumping the gun.
Owner: Alex Sephong
Website: www. checklisting.com <===== Click here to join through me
Price: $10 minimum
Overall Rating: 50/100
It’s only fair that I rate this at least halfway. This is not a legitimate business and it will not replace your 9-5 no matter what anyone tells you.
Unless of course you decide to recruit everyone and their mothers, but even at that, most of these programs don’t last.
Rather than telling you to join so that I can get paid, I would like to tell you to proceed with caution. Once again, there are no guarantees and this is not going to be the cure to your financial problems.
If you’re looking for something a little more reliable and stable, you need to try Wealthy Affiliate. There you can learn how to build an online business and yes it can get you off the 9-5 bus.
Other than that, you can make a couple of extra bucks by joining Checklisting and doing the revenue sharing thing and recruiting people, which is not going to be as easy as it sounds.
Thanks for reading my review and I hope I have given you enough information so that you can make a sound decision on whether or not you should invest your hard earned money and your time. To whatever it is you do next, I wish you nothing but the best!
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