Former DNA/Narc That Car Pitchman Jeff Long Now Says Churches May Join Matrix Known As AutoXTen; Company Says It Uses AlertPay To Avoid PayPal ‘Limits’; Web Pitchmen Say $10 May Fetch Nearly $200,000
U.S.-based MLM pitchman Jeff Long is one of the purported founders of an “opportunity” known as AutoXTen that is collecting money through Canada-based AlertPay and says churches may join the AutoXTen matrix. Early promos for AutoXTen claim members can “Turn $10 into $199,240.”
Long’s recent flops include Narc That Car, which came under fire from Fox News outlets, and Data Network Affiliates (DNA), a Phil Piccolo-affiliated firm that claimed it was the “MORAL OBLIGATION” of churches to pitch a purported mortgage-reduction program.
Long himself says churches may join AutoXTen, according to a post bearing Long’s photo on what is billed the AutoXTen Help Desk.
“Yes a church can join, there would be no issue with this,” the post under Long’s name and photograph read.
Both Narc and DNA purported to pay members for recording the license-plate numbers of automobiles. After leaving Narc last year and quickly setting up shop with DNA, Long also left DNA.
AutoXTen appears to be a matrix program.
“We are only accepting Alertpay,” according to the AutoXTen Help Desk. “Paypal limits the amount of transactions we can make per day, and we would have to cap people off from becoming paid members. ”
Still in its early days, AutoXTen has claimed a “malicious hack” into its database that “altered and in some cases deleted member data,” according to an email members received in late July.