Report: #822605

Complaint Review: Daily Income Network

  • Submitted: Fri, January 13, 2012
  • Updated: Tue, January 17, 2012
  • Reported By: zlloyd — Norfolk Virginia United States of America
  • Daily Income Network

    United States of America

Show customers why they should trust your business over your competitors...

I registered to become a member of this Daily Income Network because of a video that came to my Email address from a trusted source. The idea was to open a DIN account and begin making money online by referring people to participate in trial memberships for businesses posted online. Unfortunately, just like my grandmother told me, if it seems to easy, its a scam, and this is a scam!! First they direct you to a so called "affiliate site" called to register for a free membership by signing up for trials offered by outside companies. So, you sign up for the trials, then you get a notification on the FreeFactor site that you have completed the required offers. At this point you are supposed to be redirected to your Daily Income Network site to start working on getting some referrals and making some money. This does not happen, in fact, nothing happens at all. You just signed up for trials you didn't really need, and gave out your credit card information to whoever for no reason. To compound this, the only way to contact anyone about this is through FreeFactor's support message page, to which you will get nothing but advised to contact Daily Income Network with your questions. I thought they were supposed to be affiliates, but apparently FreeFactor does not consider themselves to be directly associate with DIN at all!! I am a student, who makes very little money while I complete my IT and Graphics Design Degree, and I am struggling to survive here. Now I have internet criminals with access to my credit card out there doing God know what, and no way to contact them, because, like all good thieves, they made sure there is no possible way to contact them, even sending you to a unrelated website to sign up with them. STAY AWAY FROM DAILY INCOME NETWORK, THEY ARE A SCAM!! There is no such thing as an easy way to make money, and anyone who say different is trying to steal yours!!
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#1 UPDATE Employee

The Daily Income Network (Rebuttal)

AUTHOR: rick2323 - (United States of America)

If this was a SCAM, there would be a lot of people posting about it...If you Google DIN, you will see nothing but positive posts about the program...the website is very high-tech... I have heard from a few members, that they have had a few minor issues with the site, but that's only because we are still in Pre-Launch, and they are still trying to work out the bugs...As for making money, with any program, you have to give it time before you will see results....that's just the way it is with any opportunity...Personally, I love it perfect? absolutely not! I just can't understand people that call something a SCAM, that is 100% FREE! I mean no dis-respect to anyone, and I'm sorry to you for your bad experience, but once again, this is a great system...I've been an internet marketer for years, and
have never seen anything quite like this...

P.S. If you wish to try it again, and have me as your sponsor, I will help you make money!


Rick Brier (DIN/Free Factor-Sponsor)
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#2 Author of original report

I was misled by Daily Income Network

AUTHOR: zlloyd - (United States of America)

This is a reply to the response to my Daily Income Network rip off report post.  I followed the instructions given to me on the video from DIN and went to and filled out my free trial offers until I had the required points. Then nothing happened. After contacting both FreeFactor and Daily Income Network support about this I got an Email finally from FreeFactor saying that I had joined Freefactor Gaming instead of FreeFactor OneOffer, and that that was my issue. My feeling about this is, HOW DID THAT HAPPEN?? I followed the directions to the letter, so how did I end up registering with some totally unrelated group, and why would you have two different registrations at the exact same page?? As I stated in my initial post here, this is ridiculous and a waste of time and money. It may not be a calculated criminal scam, but it is a poorly setup program that has many opportunities to make mistakes, which is contradictory to the claims of easy and fast. It has been 2 weeks now since I tried this Daily Income Network program, and I have not seen one red cent yet, but I did see the membership fee taken out of my account, of course. If this is not a scam, then it is a very disorganized program that takes your money and then leaves you flapping in the breeze, and stressing back and forth between multiple different support offices, who religiously do nothing but pass the buck somewhere else. This may not be an internet scam, but it is definitely one of the biggest mistakes I have made that I can think of.
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#3 UPDATE Employee

The Daily Income Network (Rebuutal)

AUTHOR: rick2323 - (United States of America)

I'm sorry for the 2 individuals that had a bad experience with the (DIN), But I am a member, and it is no way a SCAM! once you go to a promoters website, you are then taken to a 7 minute video presentation by Che Feemster explaining the program...after the video, you are then asked to go to the sign-up page directly under the video...(100% FREE) to join...once that is completed, you are then asked to to Free Factor to complete 1 FREE trial offer...We recommend using ( ). once the offer is completed you are now a qualified member to start have access to the DIN/Free Factor websites, that have a pleathera of ways to market your business..Just make sure that if you don;t want to keep the trial offer, make sure to cancel it within the allotted report is 1 month....if you don't cancel with a month after signing up, your credit card will be charged
$19.97 per month until you cancel...your DIN back office area is packed full of training methods on how to's, and tools at your convenience...Betsy is one of the admin that answer all support tickets on the DIN site, and she is fantastic about answering your questions in a timely manner....Lori is the one who is with Free Factor....I will say that sometimes she is little slow at getting back with people at times....Overall, this is a great FREE way to earn can google the daily income network, and see all the great responses it's getting, and we are still in Pre-Launch...

P.S. If interested contact me and I will get you all of the details.... <-------7 minute video

Rick Brier (DIN/Free Factor-Sponsor)
812.466.1809 (Indiana)
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