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  1. bong
    bong July 30, 2015 at 11:52 am |

    May sinalihan ang sister ko na pyramid scam , pinangakuan sila ng mga kapit bhay nyia na mabilis daw ang balik ng pera but hindi nagkatotoo, gusto ng bawiin ng sister ko ang pera nyia at mg kapitbahay pero bawal daw mag refund . paano po ang ggawin nmin

    1. John
      John August 6, 2015 at 4:33 pm |

      Legal ba ung FRONTROW ?

  2. John
    John August 6, 2015 at 4:32 pm |


    1. Maria
      Maria August 12, 2015 at 6:47 pm |

      Are they offering you a product? Did you check if they are registered under SEC or DTI? Most scam network marketing are those na pinapahanap ka nila ng 2-3 people then they make money from people without offering any products or services then that is a scam. 🙂

    2. Steve
      Steve September 10, 2015 at 7:02 am |

      Yes, Frontrow is legal. However, like ALL MLM companies here and abroad, they are threading a very thin line between being a legitimate company and a company with a pyramid structured compensation plan. Hiding under the guise of having products available for sale is all it takes for these networking companies to operate legally under various local and international laws. Don’t get me wrong, network marketing is NOT at all illegal and it is very true that millionaires can come from this line of business/work. It is all a matter of choice. If you are considering joining/signing up for such networking companies, make sure that you can sell the product and get compensated for doing so. If the compensation/income can only be generated by recruiting downlines, then walk away from it.
      Going back to Frontrow… I have seen their “business opportunity” presentation. I’ve seen Royale’s presentation also. Don’t take my word on this but for me, they are like a glorified version of a panhandler. A simpler explanation is this; members are asking prospects for money which they call “payin” in exchange for product packages that can be sold at a “profit”. So, ask yourself, can you consider those “payins” as profit by the company? No! I don’t think so. I look at it as an additional investment which directly feeds the pyramid structured compensation plan. If the recruiting stops, the investment stops too then the pyramid collapses. Of course, the presenters would not use the word “pyramid”. A diagram they’ve drawn on the white board clearly looks like a triangle, an upline and two downlines (A and B, or left and right or whatever they call it now). I have nothing against MLM, all I’m saying is that network marketing is not for me. If you live and breathe MLM like a cult member, go ahead, signup, have fun and make a killing.

  3. Joy
    Joy September 2, 2015 at 12:29 pm |

    what if the company is registered in DTI but not in SEC?

    1. Aiah Baylon
      Aiah Baylon August 11, 2016 at 5:50 am |

      That’s okay 🙂 DTI kasi is for Sole proprietorship while the SEC is for Corp and Inc. (Ang pagkakaalam ko)

  4. Shaera Mae Dugan
    Shaera Mae Dugan September 8, 2015 at 12:38 pm |

    Ano pong networking business na kikita tlga na hind scam..??

    1. veronica ladra
      veronica ladra January 2, 2016 at 4:12 pm |

      first vita plus po maam shaera. naniwala lang po ako at isa po ako sa mga natulungan.

  5. Lucila Tanag
    Lucila Tanag April 11, 2016 at 8:52 am |

    Ang Fanbox/Empower po ba ay legal?

  6. kinky
    kinky May 7, 2016 at 5:55 am |

    para iwas scam dapat alam nyo na ang company ay may DTI, SEC at member ng DSAP kasi direct selling yan,,DSAP (Direct selling Asso. of the Phil) yan ang problema sa pinas, hindi porket may DTI at SEC pwede na mag direct selling kahit hindi member ng DSAP,, eh bakit pa tinayo ang DSAP? dapat kasi gawing mandatory na pag direct selling ang company dapat member ng DSAP,,

  7. Cosmos
    Cosmos June 4, 2016 at 3:38 pm |

    can someone help me with sites of companies operating full pyramid, i mean without products at all. I want to see how they are fooling people with there compensation plan.

  8. Carlo James
    Carlo James July 29, 2016 at 3:07 am |


  9. Ray Ramos
    Ray Ramos August 12, 2016 at 7:51 pm |

    Hi! If someone invited you to a networking and it turned out to be a scam, yung person ba na naginvite sayo liable to return your money? Do we have legal actions against those. Thanks!!

  10. RJ
    RJ November 15, 2016 at 5:33 am |

    Hi. Im a member of FRONTROW and i want to get out. they lied to me by saying i can generate money every friday. they even said “friday is payday” if you will enter the membership. they didn’t explain it thoroughly and they sound like panhandler. and also they said “dont worry we will help you get downlines” and about 3 months now they didnt gave me 1 downline because i said that “what if i cant get downlines? im bad at inviting” and they reassured me they will take care of it. then voir la! my payin was useless. and i hate our groupchat they always talk about success and keep inviting other people but its actually buccaneering in disguise. shit now what do i do?

  11. CY
    CY December 9, 2016 at 9:20 am |

    Is PPM or PlanProMatrix a legal online business?


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