You Have Got To Be Kidding Me
How in the name of all that's Holy can someone come in here and post such a blatant lie?
I suppose the poster forgot to mention that anyone signing up with his link puts more people under him in this newest spin on an MLM, or as it's popularly know, a pyramid scheme. If this person made a single spendable nickel, it was off of referrals like he has posted here. The ''money'' the poster refers to is what GreenZap calls Webcash; a currency they created that's only good between members and with ''select'' vendors which don't quite exist yet. By the way, if/when they do exist, those vendors will overcharge for their goods, so your Webcash discount is worthless. GreenZap safe and secure? You're right, they are. As a matter of fact, it's been so secure for the past week roughly 1000 people couldn't get to their real cash to withdraw it. Why? Some hacked the site and created literally millions of dollars in fake Webcash. Real secure. Oh, did the poster mention it'll cost you $100.00 via money order or check to get anywhere close to the fees of PayPal, and the fact that for those that did sign up, their $$$ is sitting in limbo somewhere? Oh, the poster forgot to mention you can't use credit cards with GreenZap - I'm sure that makes everyone more comfortable.
Again, this is NOT U.S. currency; it's nothing more than intenet funny money.
Now, ask the previous poster for the details of his PayPal scam. Let's all hear just what he was selling, to whom, the terms, and so on. PayPal doesn't make a habit out of locking down accounts of totally legit customers.
For any of you with a few hours on your hand, read this thread:
If that doesn't tell you enough all on it's own, go to GreenZap's own website: www.ZapToday.com
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