• Report: #769944

Complaint Review: Daily Income Career Network

  • Submitted: Sat, August 27, 2011
  • Updated: Fri, November 08, 2013

  • Reported By: Ben Gould — Sacremento California United States of America
Daily Income Career Network
Internet United States of America

Daily Income Career Network Given name: Kevin Davila Data Entry Job is a scam, BEWARE!!! Internet, Internet

*Consumer Comment: Credit Card Information?

*Consumer Comment: Ripoff Report, THIS is Shameful!

*General Comment: People will never get it!

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: We the "people"

*Consumer Comment: Read The Small Print...

*UPDATE Employee: Advertising?!

*General Comment: The more you "people" try to deny it...

*UPDATE Employee: Advertising?

*General Comment: The more you "people" try to deny it...

*UPDATE Employee: Not A SCAM!

*General Comment: So Now Insults are the Answer...?

*Consumer Comment: Whiners and skeptics stay broke

*UPDATE Employee: RE: Too Bad We Can't See IP Addresses Here

*UPDATE Employee: People have a bad misconception of ZipNadaZilch

*Consumer Comment: Too Bad We Can't See IP Addresses Here

*Consumer Suggestion: That Email Doesn't Work, Kevin

*UPDATE Employee: I got your back Kevin!

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Daily Income Network aka ZNZ

*Consumer Comment: daily income network

*UPDATE Employee: Try before making accusations

*UPDATE Employee: Try before making accusations

*Consumer Comment: Do Not Believe Kevin

*Consumer Comment: Beware of overstatements.

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: These are my Facts

*Consumer Comment: I agree with Flynrider.

*Consumer Comment: Funny

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: To Flynrider "Bad Advice"

*Consumer Comment: Bad advice.

*Consumer Comment: I've heard good things...

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Not A Scam By Any Stretch Of The Imagination

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I was searching for a job and came across a link that led to a website titled Daily Income Career Network.  I already believed this was a scam from the very start because most jobs that involve working from home do not offer a lot of pay.  I gave the necessary information: Name, Email, and Phone Number and watched the video provided on the site.  The individual explaining how the program work had given off red flags about what this program is intended to do.  Most importantly, he indicates that you are suppose to provide credit card information.  He also stressed that any potential employees should be honest about the credit card information as well as repeatedly stating that this job is not a scam.  After watching the entire video, I decided to do some research and came across several other sites that seem to confirm my suspicions, particularly Scamdex and Work-at-home-forum.  Scamdex is a blog that has already described how the scam works and work-at-home-forum provided information through an exchange of some of the people who were concerned about anything affilated with free cash machine.

From the information that I have gathered from other sites, this data entry job does seem like a scam, you will not see any money from this because it will go directly to the individual or people who are in charge of this pyramid scheme.  I am desperately seeking a job at the moment and feel that anyone out there who is looking to make money should avoid this.  Stay away from this scam and keep looking, there are honest jobs available that will pay you more than the nothing that you will get from this.  The advertisement for this job was originally discovered on CNNmoney.com.  There are multiple advertisements on craiglist as well so job search carefully :D.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/27/2011 12:53 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Daily-Income-Career-Network/internet/Daily-Income-Career-Network-Given-name-Kevin-Davila-Data-Entry-Job-is-a-scam-BEWARE-I-769944. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Credit Card Information?

AUTHOR: Giselle - ()

No way.  If an so-called job is wanting MY CC info, they can kiss my azz.  That will always scream SCAM in my book!

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#2 Consumer Comment

Ripoff Report, THIS is Shameful!

AUTHOR: Aallsgood - ()

As part of my DD process when researching a new opportunity, I often cruise Ripoff Report to see what people are saying and, to be honest, I generally find most of the complaints to be totally void of merit and posted by people who have not actually been SCAMmed...at all.

Why does Ripoff Report allow these baseless complaints to pollute your board?

I didn't see one complaint against Visalus when they - pretty much - banned a group of highly successful marketers, basically because their success duplication mechanism was so complete to the point that it cut into the company's profit margins.

Now THAT...is the definition of SCAM!

"SCAM" is not an opinion born from sour grapes and failure to make money and I say this because the cries on this web site always seem to seem to be from people who have failed to make a single sale of the product they are trying to market.

In this case, these people failed at giving away a free opportunity, which is as pathetic as it gets.

A "SCAM" occurs when one party fails to honor successful completion by the other party of terms and conditions as set forth in an agreement between the two parties.

Since the money here arises from advertising dollars provided by the 'so called' fortune 500 companies, let's begin there.

The fortune 500 companies have agreed to pay the advertising firms like My Cash Freebies and ZNZ whenever someone, YOU, successfully complete an offer to try their product or service.

If YOU successfully complete an offer and the fortune 500 company fails to pay, it's the advertiser and - NOT YOU, who has been "SCAM"med.

The fortune 500 company has not agreed to pay YOU anything however, when completing an offer, YOU did knowingly sign an agreement with both the fortune 500 company and the advertising firm stating that you would spend a predetermined minimum amount of time actually evaluating a product or service.

The advertiser agreed that, upon YOUr successful completion of offers, totaling a certain numeric value to which they have assigned the term, "credit"...you would be given affiliate member status - an ID number - thereby granting you the potential to earn commissions when others enter their site via your ID number and successfully complete the same process as you did above.

At this point, YOU possess all the money making potential there is...except for the fact, and it is proven time and again by the denizens of  this site...

YOU HAVE ABSOLUTELY NO IDEA HOW TO MAKE MONEY WITH ANYTHING!

Are you people under the impression that, because the product is free, the actions, yes ACTIONS YOU MUST TAKE, are somehow different from the actions required to succeed in making money using product that cost $25,000 up front and $1,500 monthly...such as a home?

Do you believe that, just because this product is free, the ACTIONS required for YOU to unlock the potential that puts income into your pockets is somehow, as if by magic, different than the actions that compelled you to put $2,000 down and then spend another $500 monthly for the car in your driveway?

If you think this is the case then, I'm sorry to say...You are sadly mistaken.

Products - NO PRODUCT - has the power to make you a financial success or failure.

Success always results from actions YOU PERSONALLY take - it's always what you do...after getting started with anything hat puts money into your bank account and the price of that snake oil you're peddling does not alter this fact one iota!

Sooooooo, my friends...

If it wasn't the fortune 500 companies or the advertising firm...  Who's fault is it that YOU are not making money?  

Who SCAMmed YOU?

OH yeah.

That would be...the marketer who directed you to a free opportunity you can use to pay yourself like a gawd durned rock star.  I almost forgot those evil bastards.  

Sneaky little buggers like Free Cash Machines, IPN, EZMP, EZMM, and the most sinister of them all...TPT!!

I feel you pain my friends.  Them thar blood suckers are just as low down dirty as they come.  

Pure evil I tell ya!

I knowed I was doomed when they gave me them web sites, the training, and those same gawd awful step by step instructions that they gave you.

You know them ones that not only showed YOU exactly how to sign up for free but it also...

Showed everyone who opted into the form on that there squeeze page they gived YOU when you joined -

It showed them the EXACT same instructions that it showed YOU and YOU were able to duplicate this insanely simple process of signing up for free to get paid.  

I guess the "SCAM" occurred when those ruthless scoundrels had the audacity to provide you with all that marketing firepower absolutely free!

Four years ago you couldn't touch 1/100 of the pure leveraging force of these systems for under $49,997.00!

So let me ask you...  What's in your wallet?

How many people did you show your squeeze page to?

1.  Are you sending a ton of traffic to your squeeze page on a daily basis?  Or...

2.  Are you trying to learn how to do a bunch of cool web stuff that's not working yet?  nor will it ever until you do step 1.

3.  Looking past the free system.  How long would it take and how difficult is it to purchase everything in the offered prior to ever performing Step 1. above?

The plain and simple truth is making money online is EZ but most people so afraid of possibly losing money that you let using money stand in the way of your own financial success. 

Your fear of entrepreneurial spirit does not make something nor does it give you the right to call anything you haven't personally experienced...a "SCAM"

Seriously, people, I swear.  

My ADD 11 yr old couldn't screw this one up!  

Times are hard and I know you might wish you had more money but you can always get a second job or put in overtime at your current one during the upcoming holiday rush.

Business, AKA, Money making success, is not for everyone and, I'm sorry.

If, during these times of record unemployment, declining wages, and government furloughs, you cannot attract a boat load of people to an opportunity with ZERO product cost, a free marketing system and free training that makes it all work then you really need to understand that business - money making success of any kind - is NOT AN OPTION FOR YOU!

The minute YOU stop worrying about YOUR money and start focusing your energy on helping others to the   IMMEDIATE solution to THEIR financial concerns YOUR own success, using this system becomes both IMMEDIATE and guaranteed!

This does not mean you'll get rich overnight.

How long YOU spend trying to learn how to and failing because you're too smart to simply follow the instructions as they are written is totally up to you.  But have no doubt.

The transformation YOU must undergo in order to become that person who consistently takes those actions that ALWAYS QUICKLY result in monetary riches absolutely DO occur...overnight.  

It pains me to see that people don't understand how absolutely simple the successful wealth building process really is using these marketing systems.

Regardless of whether you can only afford the free systems or you can bankroll the entire process on day one, the actions that make money never change.  You always do the same exact thing but put a fresh face on it from time to time to keep it looking shiny and new.

YOU DRIVE TARGETED TRAFFIC TO YOUR FREE MONEY SQUEEZE PAGE!  

Or were you under the impression that, because the product is free, the actions, yes ACTIONS YOU MUST TAKE, are somehow different than the actions required to succeed using product that cost $25,000 up front and $1,500 monthly...such as my 3,558 sq ft. home?

Did you think that, just because this product is free, the ACTIONS required for YOU to unlock the potential that puts income into your pockets is somehow, as if by magic, different than the actions that compelled you to put $2,000 down and then spend another $500 monthly for the car in your driveway?

Who's fault is it that YOU are not making money?  

Ripoff Report.  Is this a legitimate information web site for entrepreneurs or a gathering hole for wayward dreamers who, for a short period of time, SCAM"med themselves into believing that they could possibly become successful online?

This will probably never see the light  of day in RR land but it's OK.  I think I have found my calling.

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#3 General Comment

People will never get it!

AUTHOR: befreetoday - (United States of America)

There is no use in trying to convince people they will never get it, last time I checked scam means paying for a product or service and not getting anything back in return you can look it up, this is not a get rich quick scheme, all the network marketing MLM companies are not get rich quick scheme.

I will not put people down just because they work a 9-5 job I just won't work for anybody else again you can not obtain financially freedom working a job and I choose not to, MLM and network marketing is the most sought after opportunity "Why" because this is one of the best ways to obtain financial freedom in life not a job, and by the way a job is a pyramid plain and simple who's at the top and who's at the bottom "you" of course, Oh and one more thing the lottery is the biggest scam out there that's it no need for me to keep going on cause I can get deep with this subject.

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#4 REBUTTAL Owner of company

We the "people"

AUTHOR: Heather - (United States of America)

I'm a little confused ...

If we read a report that is lies, are we not supposed to respond???  That makes no sense! I think the majority of us that KNOW that this is not a scam, aren't trying to profit from this site.   For me personally, I have been scammed so many times it's not even funny.  I did it all out of desperation to make money.  Needless to say, I never did until this.  

I want to HELP.  I want people to know what works and what doesn't.  This does work!  When someone hears about the DIN or ZipNada, and they want to research, this is one of the first things that comes up in google.  It unfairly is stopping people in there tracks when we know different.   It's our responsibility to speak the truth. 

It's crazy because I'm actually feeling my blood pressure rise.  ...and I'm young!! It just know that this report is so wrong!!   It's horrible.   And I think some of you may want to stop being so cynical and realize that there are people in this world that don't seek to speak for their own gain.  Some of us really do care and really do want the world to succeed.  

Yeesh!!!   What a crock!!  I make money with DIN!   I make money EVERY day with DIN.   I will continue to make money on DIN!   If you are reading this, then give it a chance.   Oh,  and btw,  I am definitely not KEVIN.   I don't think I have the right equipment for that.  And I have absolutely no clue who he is.  
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#5 Consumer Comment

Read The Small Print...

AUTHOR: engelhere - (United States of America)

I have copied this directly from the small print from where you sign up....

Only participate in offers you have an interest in and be sure to give their product or service an honest try. The purpose of our website is to connect advertisers with valid leads. Signing up for an offer you have no interest in is FRAUD and will result in your account being closed.

********* so those of you "participating in offers" with the full knowledge that you are going to cancel after 80% of your trial is up are commiting fraud.

Then I copied this from one of the people here that "work" for them....

Once you make your CreditReport account, then your D.I.N. system with be active and you'll be able to start receiving $20 commissions for every person you bring into the system to do the same. FreeFactor is paid by companies such as CreditReport for bringing in leads for their service. And by bringing in people who sign up for the trial offer, you'll receive a piece of that money pie.

Your card will NOT be charged until 7 days when your trial is over. It is your responsibility to make sure you cancel your trial on the 5th or 6th day to make sure you don't get charge. <----Notice how its FREE? You are not charged anything, just make sure you cancel in time.

*****according to the website and small print this person is commiting fraud and their account should be closed and they are also encouraging others to commit fraud per the site's small print*****

***** it is a pyramid scheme which is defined as a system of selling in which are sold to an increasing number of distributors at successively lower levels. You sign up under someone else who signed up under someone else and you have to get people to sign up under you. You hope they forget or get cheated/ charged ahead of time (like one person that posted)  or whatever and then you get your money.

After checking them out...I am going to decline...I have enough problems without commiting fraud and don't want the bad karma of encouraging others to commit fraud and then con/cheat people by saying they won't be charged for their "free" offers when they are.

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#6 UPDATE Employee

Advertising?!

AUTHOR: GreaterOpportunities - (United States of America)

I tried posting my phone number too but it was removed, so I will try again. Anyone who believes this is a scam can also call me. This is not the place to be bashing this company. You will NEVER find a cheaper, easier, more legitimate way to earn money from home. 9128777233
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#7 General Comment

The more you "people" try to deny it...

AUTHOR: Scribes unlimited, llc - (U.S.A.)

Just makes you look worse in front of everyone.

I'd suggest you "people" forget trying to prove anything and spare RipOff Report the amount of "free advertising" you're spamming them with.

Actually, I DO believe RipOff Report is entitled to a little advertising fee from you "guys", wouldn't others agree? =)

So we have people working for this "free cash" site who are belligerent, insulting, and pompous, feeling superior to everyone else.

Now that smells like something much more than a scam-site...doesn't it?

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#8 UPDATE Employee

Advertising?

AUTHOR: Heather - (United States of America)

If I were advertising I would place my individual link here in an effort to profit. This is simply not the case. It is also ludicrous to say that we make ourselves worse by defending the business. Since when does anyone not speak up for something they truly believe in?

My point in even posting anything is fueled by the fact that this false report is one of the first things that comes up when someone is trying to research the validity of it all. I KNOW it's a lie. And it's frustrating to see that many will be turned off by this crap.

This can change the lives of the people who can't find work, or afford daycare, or like myself, disabled. I was diagnosed with epilepsy and if I hadn't of found this opportunity, or believed this post, then I would have lost everything. The very first day I marketed I made $60.00. As long as I do the work, I make the money.

This is pretty great considering I was wondering how I would get a gallon of milk and bread for peanut butter sandwiches for my three children! I'm not a fast talker or a swindler. I challenge anyone to call me and prove my wrong. 678-801-6489 ... How is that for advertising?!?
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#9 General Comment

The more you "people" try to deny it...

AUTHOR: Scribes unlimited, llc - (U.S.A.)

Just makes you look worse in front of everyone.

I'd suggest you "people" forget trying to prove anything and spare RipOff Report the amount of "free advertising" you're spamming them with.

Actually, I DO believe RipOff Report is entitled to a little advertising fee from you "guys", wouldn't others agree? =)

So we have people working for this "free cash" site who are belligerent, insulting, and pompous, feeling superior to everyone else.

Now that smells like something much more than a scam-site...doesn't it?

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#10 UPDATE Employee

Not A SCAM!

AUTHOR: Heather - (United States of America)

I was quite shocked when I read this post accusing Daily Income Network of being a scam.  Since I started this,  I have made more money than I ever thought possible.   It is more than legitimate.

Too jump to the conclusion that asking for a credit card warrants a scam is a complete misjudgement.  But anyone who truly researched this, and cared enough about their future would make the very small investment.  

It's not a "pyramid".   And just like any job, YOU are responsible for the money you make.  Look a little more closely before accusing companies of scamming.   Not only is it more than legit, it provides outstanding training and marketing materials.  

Anyway, you can sit there and pout about being scammed because you didn't have what it takes to make it.  In the meantime,  I'm gonna go cash my checks!!
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#11 General Comment

So Now Insults are the Answer...?

AUTHOR: Scribes unlimited, llc - (U.S.A.)

To the person in "Beverly Hills"... *snicker*

Really?  You're going to now degrade other people for working for a living because they are skeptical of your so-called "get rich quick" scheme?

So...according to you, it makes no sense for people to work at all.
According to you, people who make a living honestly are suckers.
According to you, people working 9-5 or 40-hour workweeks aren't worth much.
According to you, also, you think we can't stop this program.

Guess again.

We will.
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#12 Consumer Comment

Whiners and skeptics stay broke

AUTHOR: Chris - (USA)

Whoever this is on here whining, um, seriously, grow up, the program is legit, pays, and is easy. Stop "venting" online because you either 1, lost your wife and dog, 2, are broke but for the life of you can't figure out why, yet all you do is run through life barking and whining about everything you don't understand or don't want to do or just for the sake of hearing yourself whine.  You sqwack scam at the first site of anything, there are numerous ways of earning money aside from a 9 to 5 or mortgaging your home taking risk opening up a restaraunt, then it folds and you're left holding the bag.

If anybody thinks they want "credit card" numbers and would go through all of this to obtain them also is not that very educated. First off, why do they want access to your broke bank account? What good would that do them, you're not filfthy rich so who cares about your $18 bucks in your acct. Furthermore, they cannot just go around ripping off accounts for years and years and these are multi million to billion dollar corporations anyway, i mean are you really that sad of a little man/woman to not "think" before you whine?

I don't care if you get a 9 to 5, work a home biz, start a brick and mortar biz, or collect cans, just do it and shut up with the cry baby routine because it's not helped your pockets not 1 bit. You're not going to stop the program, you're not going to stop people from making money at it, so just move on

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#13 UPDATE Employee

RE: Too Bad We Can't See IP Addresses Here

AUTHOR: GreaterOpportunities - (United States of America)

You are more than welcome to call me. I'm not Kevin and have no problem proving it (((ROR redacted))). Call me anytime you want, if I don't answer, it's only because I'm busy but you can leave me a message and I'll call you back.

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#14 UPDATE Employee

People have a bad misconception of ZipNadaZilch

AUTHOR: GreaterOpportunities - (United States of America)

I know people are skeptical of any work from home opportunity that 'sounds too good to be true' but to call this company a scam or even suggest the possibility is taking things to the extremes. I participate in this opportunity and have made very good money. I am not Kevin, my name is Julie. Anyone is welcome to call me to verify I am not Kevin. Also, to say when we defend this company by saying it's not a scam verifies we are in deed a scam is yet again misinformation. If you owned a business and people went around talking mess about how you rip people off, yet you KNOW you have the best products for the best prices, are you going to allow them to ruin your name and reputation or are you going to defend it? I signed up for the trials to be able to start earning money through ZNZ and I was NEVER charged anything during my free trial. I also forgot to cancel a trial in time and when I called the company and explained I forgot to cancel they even refunded me my money..... although by law they didn't have to. I have had nothing but good experiences with this company and I suggest to anyone, do your own research before you make judgements. ZipNadaZilch has an A rating through the Better Business Bureau, they have good standings with the IRS and Dept of Justice. They are completely legitimate and offer people like you and I a simple way to earn extra money without spending hundreds or thousands of dollars to start. Stop assuming everything is a scam and learn the definition of scam. A scam is when someone lies and deceives you to earn a profit off you, to STEAL your money or rip you off. They use fraudulent information and take advantage of you for their own personal financial gain, that is far from what ZNZ does. You may spend up to $12 completing the trials but you can earn $100 or more each week. Some of the trials even offer free gift cards worth anywhere from $20 to $50, or gas rebated worth between $25 to $100, it just depends on what offers you choose as to what benefits you get from that particular company. If you forget to cancel your trials or you don't pay attention to what you're signing up for and you get charged, thats NOT anyones fault but your own. Kevin, myself and the other 1300 members on our team try offering people hope, an honest way of earning extra money because we care about others and understand what it's like to struggle and pray for something that will help us get out the hole. We were blessed enough to find the answer and we spend our days trying to share this blessing to others needing help. Instead of taking the time to educate themselves, people would rather complain and scream scam. Alot of us even help the people who want to signup by providing them with pre-paid cards or reimbursing them what they spend for the trials just to make it even easier for the person signing up. No scam is going to go out of their way to help you and make sure you succeed so all of you screaming scam really need to educate yourself on what a scam is. I'm not Kevin, anyone thinking I am is more than welcome to call me (((ROR redacted)))

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#15 Consumer Comment

Too Bad We Can't See IP Addresses Here

AUTHOR: Scribes unlimited, llc - (U.S.A.)

I'd love to see how many of these people that "have Kevin's back" are the same person - or Kevin himself. =)
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#16 Consumer Suggestion

That Email Doesn't Work, Kevin

AUTHOR: Zdawg - (United States of America)

I took the plunge... got signed up and when I didn't get access to any training site, I emailed the email address info@getpaideachday.ws given by Kevin and I got a "Mail Delivery Subsystem" undelivered email back immediately.  

I shoulda known with the *.ws TLD it was bogus.  Kind of disappointed - my son was excited about doing this and I warned him but he was so gung h*o I decided I'd take the plunge and go through the signing up, ordering the offer process etc.  Well, we never got any email leading us to the promised "training site", just a referral link like what are we supposed to do with that? The whole attraction for us was getting the training so we would know HOW to do the system.

I better notify my cc company ASAP.

Just sayin' -- I don't think it's legit if the promised info is never sent/received.  I'd love it if you proved me wrong...but I'm not too hopeful.
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#17 UPDATE Employee

I got your back Kevin!

AUTHOR: Stephon - (United States of America)

People on here stating that Daily Income Network is a scam are too worried about "job security" and are trapped in the rat-race of their 9-5 jobs that they do not have the open-mind in order to see the bigger picture and succeed with Daily Income Network. You will NOT succeed with D.I.N. if you think this is a job. This is an opportunity! An opportunity to be financially free!

Let me break it down for you-
When you join D.I.N., you need to sign up with FreeFactor (D.I.N. no longer uses ZNZ). Once you sign up for FreeFactor you need to complete a trial offer. For example, the CreditReport offer. You sign up for CreditReport and make an account (in which you need to provide your credit card info).

Once you make your CreditReport account, then your D.I.N. system with be active and you'll be able to start receiving $20 commissions for every person you bring into the system to do the same. FreeFactor is paid by companies such as CreditReport for bringing in leads for their service. And by bringing in people who sign up for the trial offer, you'll receive a piece of that money pie.

Your card will NOT be charged until 7 days when your trial is over. It is your responsibility to make sure you cancel your trial on the 5th or 6th day to make sure you don't get charge. <----Notice how its FREE? You are not charged anything, just make sure you cancel in time.

D.I.N. provides excellent top-notch training on how to market your system so you can get others to do the same and start earning commissions. It's that simple folks! I'm making bank just by using craigslist and solo ads and you can do the same if you just open your mind!

And to the person who said kevin will get in trouble for posting his earnings, he will not get in trouble LOL. Are you serious?? LOL. This is a business opportunity not a job! Kevin is just proving a point but you're too close minded to listen. Just check youtube and see all the success stories with D.I.N.. Youtube has more proof than you can handle! :)

All the negative comments on here are from people who have a poor-mindset. They don't think rich. They don't see the opportunity staring them right in the face. They think with their emotions rather than their brain. You must THINK and grow rich. Not just grow rich.

I really feel sorry for all of you people who think poor. I feel sorry that you will be working 40 hours a week until you're 65 years old and then rely on the government to retire you and when you think about making more money, all you think about is getting another job instead of creating jobs! I really do feel bad for you . . . .  Kevin is trying to save you from the rat-race, but you just don't see it.

The rich look for and build networks, while the poor looks for jobs.

Open your minds people! :)

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#18 REBUTTAL Individual responds

Daily Income Network aka ZNZ

AUTHOR: Unidentified - (United States of America)

I tried this company.  To get started, they suggested you apply for to companies that offer "free" products.  Well, I did that.  I applied with Credit Report.com and was charged $29.95 plus another $1.00 the very next day.  It was supposed to come with a "7 day free trial" and I was charged immediately.  The worst part is, when I called Credit Report.com to compalin. They said that I was charged because of Equifax and that they could not refund my money.  They could only refund me $15 and it would take 7-10 business days to get that back.

My lesson in all of this is as I thought.  "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is". 

All I can say is, if you join this organization, you'd better read the fine print first.

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#19 Consumer Comment

daily income network

AUTHOR: sara - (United States of America)

Hey kevin,  I listened to your video and your testimonials and started to filled out the info you requested. I didn't get far when I decided before I get into this let me check them out. Typed in your company's name and up pops "ripoffreport"  Well after reading all the pros & cons I decided to do my own research and come up with my own decision. However, I have to say with all the "it's a scam/ it's not a scam" and you screaming the loudest of get your facts ... well it has left me a little shaken to say the lest. But I will research you farther. Just thought I would let you know how I felt about all of this. I don't think I'm alone in my feelings. 
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#20 UPDATE Employee

Try before making accusations

AUTHOR: Eliot - (United States of America)

I am an employee with Zipnadazilch and it is indeed no scam. I have been paid by this company and making many referrals now. Before forming an opinion that can change the minds of many people who are looking for extra income, get your facts straight from the source. First of all you should try it then form an opinion. Basic example. Asking someone if a hamburger taste good and they say no, so you will not try it and tell everyone you meet it is horrible. Your going to have some people that will not try it at all because someone said so. Then you have those people that read the ingredients and like what is all included and try it. Then they form their own opinion. 
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#21 UPDATE Employee

Try before making accusations

AUTHOR: Eliot - (United States of America)

I am an employee with Zipnadazilch and it is indeed no scam. I have been paid by this company and making many referrals now. Before forming an opinion that can change the minds of many people who are looking for extra income, get your facts straight from the source. First of all you should try it then form an opinion. Basic example. Asking someone if a hamburger taste good and they say no, so you will not try it and tell everyone you meet it is horrible. Your going to have some people that will not try it at all because someone said so. Then you have those people that read the ingredients and like what is all included and try it. Then they form their own opinion. 
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#22 Consumer Comment

Do Not Believe Kevin

AUTHOR: Scribes unlimited, llc - (U.S.A.)

ANY online job opportunity that insists you have a valid credit card before joining it is not at all interested in paying you. They just want your credit card information. That's the bottom line. Stay away from these people. I'm doing this out of sheer kindness. I know what these people can do, because I've seen it many times before. And think about this: Why would Kevin post his "earnings"? Under regulations of his "company", wouldn't this automatically get him fired? Gee, I'd say so. =)
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#23 Consumer Comment

Beware of overstatements.

AUTHOR: Flynrider - (USA)

Another thing to watch out for is when someone overpitches their "facts".

"Well, here are several of the Fortune 500 companies The Daily Income Career Network uses for their business model. They are companies such as CreditReport.com, Identity IQ, Direct TV, Disney, Time Magazine, Gamefly, Netflix, Transunion, GoDaddy, Vista print and many, many others.

If The Daily Income Network is such a scam, why would all these companies be associated with them? The answer is they wouldn't be
. "

  The first sentence is meaningless.   What does "uses for their business model" mean?  Second, it doesn't take a genius to figure out that most of those listed are NOT Fortune 500 companies.   Also, I have contacts at two of those companies and they've never heard of your company.  Can you tell us what the nature of this "association" you have?
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#24 REBUTTAL Individual responds

These are my Facts

AUTHOR: Kevin D - (United States of America)

I mentioned Daily Income Career Network and ZipNadaZilch. Daily Income Career Network provides the Free Marketing and Training site and ZipNadaZilch is the money making site. All Absolutely FREE. Never a cost to use either one.

Here are the payments I have received in the last 30 days with ZipNadaZilch. This is my proof. I would ask anyone who says they'd rather ask a stranger for proof that it works and pays to go ahead and do so. Proof can only be provided by the company or the people associated with that company. I would never accept someones opinion if their opinion is only based on innuendo and gossip. I need facts. If that person providing the opinion does not provide facts then their opinon means nothing. Just becasue someone else said so does not make it a fact. The proof I provide is from my account at Paypal and from ZipNadaZilch itself. 















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#25 Consumer Comment

I agree with Flynrider.

AUTHOR: Inspector - (USA)

When I want to know about a company I don't ask anyone and especially an employee of said company.  When I speak to customers I always measure what they say with common sense.  Some may be afflicted with cognitive disonance.

When I look up a company on a website I don't look for glowing or positive reports, I look for an absence of negative ones.
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#26 Consumer Comment

Funny

AUTHOR: VinnyZ66 - (USA)

Any "business" that has to state they are not a scam, is definitely a scam.
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#27 REBUTTAL Individual responds

To Flynrider "Bad Advice"

AUTHOR: Kevin D - (United States of America)

You are not just supposed to accept the

comments. You are also supposed to get FACTS. Asking a total stranger for their

opinion without facts is ludicrous. How can you make a decision and offer your

opinion in writing without having facts to back up your statement. This is one

of the reasons so many people think they get scammed. They go into something

without really knowing what they're getting into and then when it's not what

they expected they call it a scam.



It takes hard work to make money just like in any regular job. When you start a

new job you make sure you learn everything there is to learn because otherwise

you won't have a clue what you're doing and eventually get fired. Why is it any

different here?



The advice I offered in my first response and which I'm offering again is get

facts, facts, facts. Get the proof of what is being stated. Comments and

opinions mean absolutely nothing without the facts. To say it's "Bad

Advice" to go directly to the source and ask questions and get the facts

and or proof to back up your claims is in my view ignorant to say the least.



Do you accept a regular job without knowing the details of how much you are to get paid and what you have to do to get that pay?



Would you ask a total stranger that

question and make your decision based on that answer?



This is a FREE program. You are never asked for any money.



As stated earlier I invite anyone to get more information you can contact me at info@getpaideachday.ws.



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#28 Consumer Comment

Bad advice.

AUTHOR: Flynrider - (USA)

"I admit there are many scams on the internet and you should always be careful of anything you are trying for the first time. However, I pose these questions to you and let you decide how you would proceed:

1. If you wanted to open an account with Suntrust Bank, do you first ask a total stranger how they feel about Suntrust, or would you call Suntrust and direct your questions to  them?
  "

   Ninety nine out of 100 people who are scammed will complain that they asked the scammer if it was a scam, and the scammer denied it.  Gee, who woulda thought that could happen?

   If you suspect a scam, the last place you're going to get an honest answer is from the person trying to scam you.    So, yes, you'd be better off asking a total stranger than the company/individual that is trying to get you to part with your money.    That's just common sense.
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#29 Consumer Comment

I've heard good things...

AUTHOR: Alb492 - (United States of America)

I'm surprised this was listed as a scam as well, because I've heard of people having excellent results from the service. I was considered using it myself, did my research and landed here. The post above does have some interesting points, I think I may try this myself and see what happens...
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#30 REBUTTAL Individual responds

Not A Scam By Any Stretch Of The Imagination

AUTHOR: Kevin D - (United States of America)

The Daily Income Career Network as far as I'm concerned is the most legitimate company on the internet. It always boggles my mind how someone can call a business a scam without ever having tried it, received information from someone who has tried it, or even check into the background of the companies themselves.

I am Kevin and I am directly mentioned in this report. As you can see, Ben Gould, the author of this report, has specifically stated all he did was watch the video and gather information from other sites. This means he never tried it and never bothered to get the facts. He is basing his conclusions on other peoples comments without verifying their claims. There are no facts to back up his statements whatsoever.

Well, here are several of the Fortune 500 companies The Daily Income Career Network uses for their business model. They are companies such as CreditReport.com, Identity IQ, Direct TV, Disney, Time Magazine, Gamefly, Netflix, Transunion, GoDaddy, Vista print and many, many others.

If The Daily Income Network is such a scam, why would all these companies be associated with them? The answer is they wouldn't be.

Here is how it works. These companies advertise their products online every day. They have partnered with a company called ZipNadaZilch who in turn places all their trial offers on one site. ZipNadaZilch will pay you to refer people to their site and complete an offer. Say for example: If you get someone to complete an offer for CreditReport.com you get paid $20. That will continue to happen for as long as you keep referring people to complete an offer.

There is no scam here. A Fortune 500 company pays ZipNadaZilch to advertise for them and in turn ZipNadaZilch pays ou for getting others to complete their offers. This program works, you get paid on a daily basis and it's real.

They have very strict rules concerning spam, scams and verifiable information. All information given to them must be verifiable and legitimate. If they find it is not they put your account on hold and tell you what needs to be done to get it fixed. Once you provide the information needed they release the account for your use.

Ben Gould also reported that a credit card is needed to do this program. That is correct. If you go to the website of CreditReport.com right now you will see that the only way to take advantage of their trial offer is to provide them a credit card. This is no different. You are dealing directly with each of the companies mentioned above. You are on their site completing their offer. These companies have a stake in making sure no one is trying to cheat them. This is specifically the reason I always state make sure you are completely honest with all the information you provide. As you can see Ben Gould specifically mentioned that this was stated to him.

I invite anyone and everyone to get in contact with me at info@getpaideachday.ws and I will send you proof of the payments that I myself receive from ZipNadaZilch on a daily basis to my Paypal account.

If you think something is a scam go straight to the source. This person never contacted me even though he had all my contact information. He never bothered to get any information from me or from anyone associated with The Daily Income Network or with ZipNadaZilch. He decided the information provided by sources that had nothing to do with any of these companies to influence his decision and recklessly call this a scam.

I admit there are many scams on the internet and you should always be careful of anything you are trying for the first time. However, I pose these questions to you and let you decide how you would proceed:

1. If you wanted to open an account with Suntrust Bank, do you first ask a total stranger how they feel about Suntrust, or would you call Suntrust and direct your questions to  them?

2. If you must ask questions to someone other than Suntrust, would you make sure that it is  someone who has been a Suntrust customer or accept the answers from someone who has never been a customer?

The internet is full of people who have their own opinion, but an opinion is just that when you dont have the facts to back it up.

Ben Gould advises you to be careful as do I. But being careful and being smart are to very different things. When you are researching a company the first step you should take is to contact that specific company. Ask them any and all questions you want. After that, if you must research them on the internet make sure you accept comments from those that have been involved and offer facts to prove their statements.

Everyone should be careful of internet scams because they are very real. However, just because there are scams, it does not mean that everything is a scam. In his second sentence Ben Gould states he went into this already believing it was a scam and never allowed himself to think otherwise. He never gave it chance and then compounded that error by not contacting the very people who would have provided any and all information needed. 

Peace

Kevin D


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