Friday, November 30, 2012

Ads Zens as a MLM company

ADS ZENS was included on the list of companies that the SEC said have no license to sell securities and DTI launched an investigation into the activities of this multi-level marketing firm. On the other hand, Ads Zens operation manager Dexter Cortez clarified that the company does not sell securities but products ranging from Brazilian coffee to barley to organic soap to even equipment. He said that the company is recruiting members who can buy their products at a lower price and then re-sell it at a higher price to profit from it. Cortez also claimed that their operation is similar to Avon, Amway or Tupperware which are legitimate multilevel marketing.

Ads Zens says its business is legitimate


Anonymous said...

I don't know if you do your homework or not. He is lying. Look at his own website. Their main "product" was Pay-To-Click (PTC) that got them in trouble. They couldn't pay the unrealistic price of P10 per click. That is why they are labeled as a scam.

Crissy said...

@ Anonymous: If you noticed I am not defending Ads Zens or Mr. Cortez here. I just wrote what's in the news and it's up to the authorities to determine the legalities of their business.

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