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How cointellect’s 10% affiliate program has helped me recover the money lost to bubblews and etoro copy trader

I have to admit that my New Year’s Day did not start off well, just like many other online writers who were expecting payments amounting to hundreds of dollars from bubbblews only to be disappointed by the demoralizing CEO’s payment updates post laughing at their faces.

This announcement made me count all the cash that I was expecting from bubblews, totaling to over $600 dollars as just another investment that has just gone done the drain just like the other time I had invested $200 to a copy trader in etoro whose trades were performing very well only to wake up few days after and finding the trades closed with the stop loss at 95% when the currency market had worked against the trades.

In CFD day trading, there is no consistency in gaining and thus every trader must be aware of the high risk his investment is exposed to.

As I was feeling down on the new year’s day, I had decided to keep looking for more reliable ways to make m oney online, but before that I had to check how my cointellect account was performing. To my surprise, I found that some of my referrals had purchased contracts which had earned me 91 euros in terms of affiliate commission, the exciting news I blogged about here on blogjob a while ago.

The following day, the 2nd January 2015, I was lucky to invite another referral registration (which must have been resulted from the latest success post) and he (not sure if it was him or one of the 3 referrals) was able to purchase the cointellect premium contract, worth 2999.95 euros.

As much as this excited me for it has earned me 300 euros affiliate commission instantly, which will be available for withdraw in the next 14 days through paypal/dogecoin/cryptopay, it also surprised me as to how some of the online investors have a lot of cash to risk losing to online investment platforms which no one can fully trust with the life investment.

Cointellect is cloud-hashing site which I was introduced to by a post on blogjob 2 months ago, which offers the users the opportunity to earn through 3 different ways which are;

1. Mining crypto currency using own computer equipment
2. Purchasing the mining contracts
3. Inviting new referrals and earning 10% of their earnings and investments.

So far, I have never bought any hash rate contracts but I have earned over 483 euros ($595 USD) to date through the affiliate program and the solo mining, where 92 euros has been successfully withdrawn through PayPal, and I plan to purchase my first contract, starter contract of 99.95 euros when I withdraw 391 euros ($480USD) pending earnings in the next 2 weeks, for I have full trust that cointellect is the right site to invest with for anyone searching for the reliable online investment opportunities.

I feel lucky to have invited 4 referrals who have eventually earned me more than I ever expected from the cointellect referral program and how I wish it will continue the same way for ever.

The Factual Lessons I Learnt From Bubblews Rise And Downfall

As one of the veteran members of bubblews, I have a long history of the drastic transformations the site went through from the time it was at the peak of the trending topics online when it came to earning money online by writing, to the time it started showing suspicious signs of the scam, and eventually the recent shock.

While writing and earning from the site, I used to see some users boasting about how they loved bubblews and they were ready to remain loyal users without the payments, for they just enjoyed the opportunity offered by bubblews to share their thoughts freely and learn more experiences from other bubblers.

Now what? It is very shocking to see that the very users who used to throw dust into the eyes of other users were the first people to leave the site when it started having the payment crisis with the users. What does this imply?

It definitely shows that some people are just out to mislead others into thinking that they are in the same sinking ship when they already escaped using the rescue boats and they are the first to claim that they had read the writing on the wall.

Another thing learnt is that, humans hang on the empty hopes of things getting better in the future based on the trust they had in someone and always believe he would deliver what is promised, until it dawns to them that he is no longer the same. This can be explained by the number of the clingers who are still hanging on to bubblews expecting for the things to turn around in their favour.

There is also the fact that most of the online earners are desperate for the opportunities to make more money and thus they lack the opportunity cost of their time they spent online on worthless tasks openly seen as scam.

The last factual truth that can be highly considered by the online writing earners is that one should never trust any single earning site and devote all their efforts there with the view to built their lifetime successful business online.

Presenting a friendly challenge to bubblews users who once earned a bubblews e-check but now claim bubblews is scam

This is an open letter to my friends we met on bubblews. This is to put straight some of the confusions that are surrounding the uncertainty of the payments earned by some/all the current bubblews users.

If someone asked me to give a brief description about the experience I have regarding bubblews, here is what I would say:

“Bubblews is a writing site of which the owners initially underestimated its earning potential and as a result got overwhelmed by the work it had attracted, based on their high pay rate. Now that the owners of bubblews have attained their targeted goals earlier than they expected, they no longer require the services the bubblers are supplying and yet the bubblers need bubblews.”

I know you are about to ask why I came up with this theory. Here is the answer to your question;

I am not saying that bubblews is not a scam, and yes, it isn’t. I have personally suffered non payments to several redemption requests, totaling to over $500 dollars, but I am yet to be convinced that I have been wasted, for I can blame that on myself for having accepted their terms of use, which I did not take time to read to exhaustion.

If you are still complaining, then show me that you did not accept their terms of use; whereby there was a clause explaining that, ‘the site could decide to change the terms without reason or notice.’

Now here you are. Pointing fingers at the site which gave you the first opportunity to earn online, and no longer requires your services, in other words, contract terminated without notice, whereby you are now persistently working there at your own risk.
Doesn’t that make it clear that bubblews no longer need your services, and yet you are claiming that it is scamming you?

If you really need to confirm my findings, try to request them to delete your account so that you won’t have any relationship with them; I believe they will do so without the second thought. Or if you decide to remove your posts from their site, they won’t give a damn.

The funniest thing is that, some of the scam complaints about bubblews are getting posted to other earning sites that it will take the users a lifetime to be able to earn the income equal to what bubblews paid in one time, even if they get paid consistently. Doesn’t that make those sites more scam than bubblews, only that they are delaying what bubblews paid you in advance?

Now, show me any great online site that you are able to earn a decent income for the tasks you performed on bubblews.

Aren’t you challenged, dear bubblers?

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