Among the main reasons why the internet has been infected by many business shams and scams like the Club Asteria is because one, many people are gullible enough to believe them or two, people are so desperate to earn money nowadays that they invest in any good sounding deal, risking their money for the profit of a lifetime. It’s true; there are many true success life stories that used the internet as an important medium to attain their current status. However, the internet cannot filter millions and millions of entries every day so it’s up to the users to decide which is safe from what is not.
Club Asteria is a popular internet scheme that have infected the net like a virus last 2010. Attracting members like light attracts a firefly; the Club Asteria has become quite a large problem for the authorities to handle. The said club asteria scam is similar to most of the usual pyramiding or ponzi scheme, only it presented its way in a more misleading manner. Nonetheless, professional and honest internet marketers have been constantly warning the public against the club asteria scam.
If you Google the club asteria scam, one of the following searches would link to the actual site itself, another to the club asteria review and the rest to all of the dirty scandals related to the club revealed. If you click on the site, you would see a properly layout page (unlike many other scams) that seems pretty legitimate until further inspection. The first anomaly that would lead you to the truth is the pop up. How many real professional businesses would create a pop up asking you to join immediately? Well, zero. As much as real businessman would like to earn money, it is against their code to force people into their product.
Another thing that will open your eyes to this club asteria scam is the club asteria review from different people via Facebook. One popular type of fraud in the internet is via bots or fake accounts. If you check the Facebook profiles of the comments and testimonies displayed in Club Asteria’s website, you would see that these are fake accounts with generated comments all leading to the site.
Their affiliate website, club asteria review is a similar case. It is a collection of notes and blog posts from ghost users said to be of different nationalities all with success stories. The club asteria review aims at one thing: to lure more people into believing that this club is indeed the real deal that will bring you closer to your dreams.
Last, you may want to know who is behind this almost brilliant scheme. Club Asteria would answer that for you. A certain Andrea Lucas is said to own the alleged club asteria scam. This Lucas claims to be a director of the World Bank – a claim falsified by the World Bank itself. They said that a certain Andrea Lucas has indeed worked for the World Bank once but not as a director but only as a simple employee. And up to now, the connection between the World Bank employee Lucas and the Club Asteria’s alleged owner are one and the same.
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