Adcrump was a new revenue share program launched on
September 2nd 2016. At first glance it looked like a
new ponzi program paying way too high destined to collapse
quickly, which it did but not because of lack of funds.
The program owner “seemingly” ran into a few problems
and decided to run with the cash. The rest of this post
is simply for information purposes only.
As a new member in adcrump you must buy $2 ad packs
until you reach 200 packs BEFORE you get the ability
to participate in a higher plan. This basic plan pays out 7%
per day which is still way too high BUT there is a 50%
mandatory repurchase. So what is really available is 3.5%
per day, still way too high but lets look a bit further.
In order to get to 13% you will have to purchase
200 packs ($400) in the 7% per day plan then
200 packs @ $5.00 in the 10% per day plan in order to begin
purchasing in the 13% per day plan with $10 packs.
You can have 5000 $10 packs.
This is a unique twist that entices people to earn their
way to 13% per day.
The minimum deposit is $10 and the maximum withdraw
is $100 per day.
The concept is simple. It really doesn’t matter if you
have $20,000 showing in your account, you will be limited
to withdrawing only $100 per day or $3000 per month. Therefore
the company has an invisible cap on your income. With this
feature in place it prevents anyone or any group of people
from loading their accounts up then doing massive withdraws.
Adcrump is certainly high risk and turned out to be so.
** THIS POST IS BEING LEFT ONLINE FOR INFORMATION
PURPOSES ONLY. THE PROGRAM OWNER RAN WITH THE MONEY
IN LESS THAN 30 DAYS ONLINE.
There are only a few revenue sharing type programs that seem
to have what it takes to survive for the long term.
Take a look at MXRevshare Here
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