MLM Company Review: Does Zeekler aka Zeek Rewards Offer A Viable Business Opportunity For Network Marketing

Over the few weeks, more and more network marketers have called, emailed and FaceBooked me asking about Zeek Rewards. Is it a legit MLM business opportunity, or a just the next generation of the Auto Surf Daily trend from a few years ago. The reality is it not be either of the above. Although, it does have a multi-level compensation plan, offers a daily advertising payout, like the old auto surfing. It also offers a reverse auction component, along with a free software download, like the My Magic Genie folks. SO when you put all this together, you come up with one wild looking way for the average person to make money without ever having to sell anything. Which is where the red flags and issue come in. has done a couple of reviews on Zeek Rewards which also gives a more detailed review of the company. I suggest reps and potential reps read these articles to get a better feel of things.

ZeekRewards Review: SPAM, Penny Auctions & MLM

Using Zeek Rewards as a pure investment program?

Breaking News Update: Fortune High Tech Marketing aka FHTM Still Facing Legal Issues

I started reporting about a year ago the issues facing Fortune High Tech Marketing (FHTM), and the fact I thought Paul Orberson had taken his eye off the ball, and was allowing others to cause huge issues for the company. You can read the reports here!

Several states and at least two difference groups have filed legal action against Fortune High Tech Marketing aka FHTM and the business model. Here are a few of the news reports we found.

The most current issue comes from Texas where FHTM lost their most recent round of legal battles. (Read Here)

Now I do want to report, the the Fortune leadership now seem to have taken seriously the legal battles they are facing and have completely revamped their internal legal team. In the spring of 2011, they started to hire some very focused lawyers in-house to help clean up the external mess, and to look at their business model for flaws.

I strongly suggest anyone interested go to the FHTM website (Click Here) and listen to Keith Kuder, Chief Counsel for Fortune as he explains why he took the job, and the promises Paul Orberson.

MLM Company Review: Skinny Body Care Falls Under High-Risk MLM For Several Red Flags

I am going to show several red-flags on Skinny Body Care. Although only a regulatory agency or court of law decide if a company is a illegitimate MLM scam or network marketing pyramid, there are some red flags we can review, which can tell us if the company has a high-risk potential of falling under some form of regulatory review, or short-term operations.