Concerns Raised Over RippLn Legitimacy

After a successful first week, red flags and concerns start pouring in over the legitimacy of rippln
LOS ANGELES - May 2, 2013 - PRLog -- If you're working in any area of the network marketing industry today it's more than likely that someone you know, has talked to you about signing the Non-Disclosure Agreement for RippLn. In it's first week close to 100,000 people signed it, and shared it with up to 5 friends.

Then concerns started to come in over whether or not this is a legitimate income opportunity or, what is commonly known as a Bait and Switch.

These are not illegal though, many would consider them to be somewhat immoral. These bait and switch programs are usually promoted as concepts, or ideas. There may be a pre-launch period where members can sign up for free - build a team or oganization - and 'upgrade' later.

That is currently how RippLn has marketed themselves however, the concerns are over whether or not this company will actually launch, and give people the opportunity to upgrade - and even go as far as whether or not people Should upgrade when that day arrives.

Sounding the alarms, Chris Voss discusses customer support issues, lack of a real address for the company, and breaks down what seem to be empty promises made by the creators of this new, app-based opportunity.

TopNetworkersGroup supports the idea of making money with apps but as usual hopes business people will exercise caution.  

Related articles have been written by TNG which explain not only what your options are, if you'd like to make money with apps, but also how to find business models that are proven to do what they are suggesting.
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