Name: Treasure Adz
Type of Business: Revenue Sharing
Owner: Joan Oshea
Price: Free to join ($5 minimum to start earning)
Overall Rating: 45/100
Too many people get confused with programs like this and immediately call scam once they aren’t making any money. I have a very unique take on businesses like this, so you might want to stick around through this whole review of Treasure Adz, so that you don’t get left wondering if you just got scammed.
What Is Treasure Adz?
This is nothing more than a revenue sharing program, which uses advertising and bitcoin mining as its way to offer a product, or they will simply get shutdown.
Who This is For
This program is for anyone looking to flip a couple of bucks to make some extra cash. You will not get rich, and depending on how many people are investing, it can take you a while before you start to see any profits.
This is not a get rich overnight scheme, and it is definitely not going to allow you quit your day job. The making profit part takes time, so if you can’t afford to lose any money, this program is not for you.
How it Works
The members run this program. If you have 300 people in it, you can forget about making any profits here. The more members you have, the faster the return.
To make things complicated, Treasure Adz has added a couple of other things to their program. Unlike the hundreds of other revenue sharing websites out there that just have one set pay structure, these guys have added like 5. Why? To be different I guess.
You have 5 ways to invest your money into this program, and all give a different percentage in return.
These are all forms of “advertisements”, which is what you get for investing. If you think this is a nice little place for getting high quality traffic, think again. Revenue sharing is the name of the game and that’s about it.
Why do They Promote Advertising Then?
It’s actually really simple and every revenue sharing program is doing the same thing. You need a product to give your members or guess what? You’re doing something completely illegal, and yes that would make it a scam.
The Cost to Get in
As you can see in the screenshot above, it is going to cost you a minimum of $5 to get started with Treasure Adz. There are other packages that you can purchase that will allow you to earn more, but they go up to $200 a pop.
- Doubler – $5 per share, which gets you 2% return on your investment. This lasts for 100 days and then it will expire.
- Ad Share – $10 per share, which gets you 3% back on your investment and lasts for only 50 days.
- Bit Mining – $100 per share and it will get you back 3.2% on top of your investment and last for 50 days as well.
- Quick Pro – $200 per share and gets you a nice 8% back on your investment. This only lasts for 15 days, so you won’t be expecting to repeat that process for a very long time.
- Varied – $5 per share and will continue to pay until the share reaches 135%. There is no specific expiration time, so this would probably be your safest bet.
You can purchase as many shares as you want (a good thing), so you can see how this can really add up if you invest right.
* You need to invest a lot of money to make any type of return, so don’t think you’re going to make a killing off of a $5 investment
Is Treasure Adz MLM?
I guess you can call this multi level marketing, but it is not your typical lotions and potions gig. There is a referral program and you do get commissions from different levels.
The bonuses range from 1% – 6% depending on the level. If you refer people to Treasure Adz, these commissions do add up and can mean a little extra cash for your efforts.
Pros VS Cons
- Can make you money
- Low startup cost
- Just launched
- Live stats
- Very risky
- Barely legal
- Requires a high investment to make money
- No guarantees
- Will not replace your day job
- Doesn’t accept Paypal
Treasure Adz at a Glance
Name: Treasure Adz
Owner: Joan Oshea
Price: $5 minimum
Final Verdict: 45/100
Due to the risky nature of this program, I can’t give it anything higher than a 50. Although it can make you money, there is no guarantees.
Is Treasure Adz a Scam?
To the majority, this is nothing but a scam. To its members, this is the best thing since sliced bread, even if they’re making pennies. That’s just how it goes with any business and it’s never going to change.
This business is fueled by its members, so of course you will see nothing but positive reviews from them, because that’s the only way for anyone to make money.
In my opinion, that is neither a good thing or a bad thing, but the nature of the beast. There are a lot less risky programs that I recommend, but it will not get you rich by clicking on some ads.
Before You Join
I know I’ve explained myself earlier, but I really can’t stress how important it is that you know these things, so please put this into consideration when making your final decision.
- This is very risky
- This will not replace your day job
- You will not get rich overnight
- You NEED to invest a lot of money to make a decent return
- Nothing is guaranteed (read the terms and conditions here)
Now that I’ve got that out of the way, you can’t say I didn’t warn you. The biggest thing, please do not use money that you don’t have. If you have some loose cash, then you can consider doing this.
Whether you join Treasure Adz or not, I hope you have learned a thing or two from this review and hopefully you can make something happen online. If you have any questions or have had any experience with this, please leave them in the comments section below. Good Luck!
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