Profitable Sunrise Members Targeted In Easter Sunday Boat-Sharking For ‘TelexFree’ On Facebook; Viewers Told They Can Plunk Down More Than $15,000 For A ‘Contract’ That Provides Earnings Of At Least $1,100 A Week

Old Aunt Ethel will join the masses paying to join TelexFree after she notices the success affiliates are having, according to a video playing on Facebook at  Profitable Sunrise site.

Old Aunt Ethel will join the masses paying to join TelexFree after she notices the success affiliates are having, according to a video playing on Facebook at a Profitable Sunrise site.

UPDATED 12:42 P.M. EDT (U.S.A.) An apparent affiliate for an MLM “program” known as “TelexFree” is trying to recruit Profitable Sunrise members on Facebook on Easter Sunday morning. In yet another stunning example of disconnect within the MLM sphere, a poster left a link to a video titled, “Telex Free — Earn Weekly Posting Ads.”

Here’s the Facebook text pitch: “Finally! A program the GUARANTEES YOU a WEEKLY INCOME! Takes Minutes Per Day – No Sponsoring – No Sales!”

The name of TelexFree is not mentioned in the video, which plays on a page styled “EarnWeeklyPostingAds.com” and also within a frame on Facebook itself. The EarnWeeklyPostingAds site appears to be hosted in Utah. Meanwhile, the video playing on the page includes a representation of an artist’s hand making stylistic drawings, including one that represents an old woman dubbed “Aunt Ethel.”

In the past, according to the video’s male narrator, “Aunt Ethel” was turned off when approached by MLMers. But because TelexFree is a different kind of program that pays people based on their purchase of a “contract,” “Aunt Ethel” will note the success and follow the masses who join the “program” by plunking down sums up to $15,125.

For the $15,125 sum, recruits will earn a minimum of “never less than $1,100 a week for an entire year.” Lesser sums for the purchase of a “contract” result in lesser earnings, according to the video.

Everyone — “Aunt Ethel” included — will say the same thing: “I WANT IN,” according to the 7:48 video.

“And again,” the narrator intones, “if they want to make more money, they can just buy more contracts.”

The video asserts that TelexFree has a business relationship with the Best Western hotel chain “to build 500 hotels.”

Profitable Sunrise has been offline for 17 days. In recent days, various boat sharks on FaceBook have been hawking other “programs.” Profitable Sunrise purported to have a “Long Haul” plan that paid 2.7 percent a day. Members purportedly were due an “Easter Gift” to be paid out tomorrow, April Fool’s Day.

At least 34 regulators in the United States and Canada have issued warnings about the Profitable Sunrise “program.”

Read the TelexFree review on BehindMLM.com.

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13 Responses to “Profitable Sunrise Members Targeted In Easter Sunday Boat-Sharking For ‘TelexFree’ On Facebook; Viewers Told They Can Plunk Down More Than $15,000 For A ‘Contract’ That Provides Earnings Of At Least $1,100 A Week”

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  2. “Telex Free” appears to be yet another MLM/Ponzi “program”. Faith Sloan is involved or promoting it. Suprised?

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  3. Quick note: The woman pitching whos12 to the Profitable Sunrise victims on the Facebook site purports to be from Goldsboro, NC. Goldsboro is about two and a half hours [April 4] from Ground Zero for Zeekland, and is the home of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base.

    The whos12 text pitch:

    “12% DAILY FOR 12 DAYS!!!! REINVESTMENT POSSIBLE

    “MIN INVESTMENT: $1-$100 (super small amount so why not try)!!!

    “ACCEPTS: LR AND STP

    “NO NEED TO SURF TO EARN!!!! AUTOMATIC PAYOUT!!! TRY NOW!

    “I HAVE PROOFS AS WELL I GET PAID DAILY INSTANT NO PENDING WAIT”

    Those purported numbers are pretty close to the CEP and 12DailyPro scams from years ago.

    Patrick

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  4. Tony H: “Telex Free” appears to be yet another MLM/Ponzi “program”. Faith Sloan is involved or promoting it. Suprised?

    It’s on the Ponzi boards, too, Tony.

    Patrick

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  5. There’s a boat-shark on Facebook today trying to recruit Profitable Sunrise members for a “fuel treatment” program.

    Patrick

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  6. Today a Facebook boat shark at a Profitable Sunrise site is pitching “HourlyRevShare,” which purports to pay a “certain fixed percentage hourly depending on the plan they buy into,” according to a post on the MoneyMakerGroup Ponzi board.

    Patrick

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    Today a Facebook boat shark at a Profitable Sunrise site is pitching “HourlyRevShare,” which purports to pay a “certain fixed percentage hourly depending on the plan they buy into,” according to a post on the MoneyMakerGroup Ponzi board.

    Patrick

    While on the Talkgold HYIP ponzi forum, there are already complaints of non payment or selective payments and calls for HRS to be moved to the “scam” folder

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  8. Quick note: Another boat shark is pitching something called “LittleBigProfit,” which purports to pay 1 percent per hour.

    Patrick

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  9. Now, JubiRev.

    Text pitch on Profitable Sunrise Facebook site:

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    Sorry to anyone who lost money here!

    Get back on your feet and join me with a company that will not get shut down. Offers real products! Corporate office and the President are openly available!! Daily revenue sharing begins April 8th. Get a 10% bonus on all points earned until April 22nd.

    [Link deleted by PP Blog]

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    Also see:

    http://patrickpretty.com/2013/04/02/urgent-bulletin-moving-consob-italian-securities-regulator-takes-action-against-alleged-profitable-sunrise-promoter/comment-page-1/#comment-51757

    Patrick

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