Want to make tons of money with a $2 investment? Of course I thought this was too good to be true, which is what prompted this Paid Rocket review.
With their marketing and the whole $2 deal, I couldn’t help but think of My 1 Dollar Business, which I actually reviewed not too long ago.
Same old, pay a little to make a lot business models, so great job in doing your research.
Just like you, I thought this had many red flags and I want to show you what I really think about this as well as why you shouldn’t waste your time here.
Follow along as I pick at this to show you what you will be getting yourself into, before you make the same mistake I did.
Paid Rocket Review
Name: Paid Rocket
Owner: Richard Stevenson
Price: $2 (starting)
Overall Rating: 1.5/5 stars
What is Paid Rocket?
A cash gifting site that doesn’t have an actual product, but rather offers its members the chance to make money by having you give money directly to other members.
How Paid Rocket Works
Get ready to start playing the recruiting game.
Find people that are willing to do the same exact thing you just did and you’re in business!
If you can get others to give you money then you can definitely make money here.
There is no actual product here, so all you will be selling is the hype that got you interested in the first place.
Who This is For
There are just too many people looking to make money online and this is almost a no brainer to those that are new to the online world.
Without doing your research, this can be misleading and not the best idea for anyone new to the industry.
Of course $2 seems too good to be true, because it really is.
Just like expected, there were other membership “packages” to go with that 2 bucks.
So yes, you can get started for $2, but that will only qualify you for the first level and that is not all you will be paying.
If you bit the bait, I’m sorry for your loss as I know you ran into a nice little up-sell.
These up-sells go as high as $350 and that my friend, will go straight into your up-line’s pockets.
They only accept Bitcoin, so I’m guessing the owner is involved with other programs like Coinomia and other MLM type sites that are designed for the owners to make all the money.
The Comp Plan (Cash Gifting)
I’m not sure if you’ve ever come across another cash gifting type of site, but that is exactly what Paid Rocket is.
So when you put your hard earned money into this site, you will literally be giving it to the person who brought you in.
It works in what they call a 4×4 matrix, which is just a fancy way of saying that you can have 4 people that you signup that spread out into 4 positions.
Then you can have 4 positions that go down.
You’re not buying any products, but rather giving, I mean “gifting” the person who brought you in.
These figures will make most of you excited, but I suggest you calm down because almost no one will make this type of money here.
Pros & Cons
- Can make you money
- Is cash gifting
- Not a legit business
- No refunds
- No actual products
- Won’t last
- Not recommended
Final Opinion of Paid Rocket
You can get all hyped up about this $2 opportunity, but that’s about all it will be.
You will then realize that you’re getting a few people here and there, but not everyone will make anything to brag about.
I do not recommend this and I can tell you that Cash gifting is not a business.
They will not last and they are nothing but a waste of time.
Paid Rocket Review – Conclusion
This is a big fat no-go.
I have been apart of many of these programs in my career and not a single one of them exist today.
They will get a lot of attention in the beginning, but once its members start realizing that they are not in a legit company, they will be looking for the next best thing.
This is the same exact reason why I always recommend starting your own business rather than either making the owners of sites like this rich or playing the whole recruiting game.
I’ve been in your shoes before and I know how it is to keep on looking for something that actually works.
Give that one a try and you will see why I highly recommend it.
Other than that, thanks for reading my Paid Rocket review and hopefully I have given you more than just information.
To whatever it is that you do next, I wish you nothing but the best.
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