No Longer Supporting Follow My Downline and Payza

Every few weeks I review income opportunities and web services and decide if I should continue to support them, or withdraw my support of them.  In my latest review, there are 2 websites that I no longer support or recommend to my readers.  If you are a member of these programs, or are thinking of joining please ensure you do your research.

1) Follow My Downline

fmdheaderFollow My Downline (FMD) was launched earlier this year by the owner of TripleQUIKads, Allan (theguru) as an all-in-one downline builder system.   After the server crash that took down TQA and all the SafeAdZone websites, Follow My Downline managed to get relaunched pretty quick and appears to have continued to grow in members.

Unfortunately, recent events (that can not be mentioned here) have me greatly questioning the integrity and ethics of the ownership of the program, and the maintenance of the system.  As such, I am withdrawing all support and no longer recommending Follow My Downline or any programs associated with the ownership of the program.

2) Payza (formerly Alertpay)

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For those involved in the Internet Marketing / MLM industry, the last 12 months have see a major shakeup in the area of payment processors thanks to the problems surrounding Alertpay.

After halting credit card payments for months on end, Alertpay eventually became Payza, leaving many people with a bad taste in their mouth.  At first, it appeared that Payza would simply be like Alertpay, but the more I look at it the less I like.  The final straw came with the Egopay processor, which quite frankly has me questioning the very legality of the Payza / Egopay systems.

Do Your Research!

Please do your OWN research before making a decision with regards to these, or any opportunity / website.   While I offer my own thoughts on these programs, each of them should be viewed with an open mind.  Please do your own research and decide if these programs / services are for you, based on your own findings.

A note about the SafeAdZone / TQA programs.  If you were a member of TQA / SAZ programs and have not done so yet head over to http://safeadzone.com and fill in your details to stay informed.  Alternatively contact either Allan or Clint with any questions or concerns about your purchased advertising.

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5 Must Have iPhone Apps For The 2012 Olympic Games

With the 2012 Olympics well underway in London, I thought it would be good to look up what apps I could install on my iPhone.   As expected there are quite a number of apps, so needed to look into which ones were the best.

Luckily for me, the folks at Maypalo had already done the work for me.  Their article on the Top 5 Must-Have Free iPhone Apps for the 2012 Olympics is a great starting point for anybody looking to get a few Olympic Games apps for their iPhone or iPad.

They list their top 5 as:

5. London 2012: Official Join In App for the Olympic and Paralympic Games
4. Buddy TV Guide iPhone App
3. NBC Olympics Live Extra
2. Reuters Olympics London 2012

And the #1 recommended App for iPhone or iPad?

London 2012: Official Results App for iPhoneLondon 2012: Official Results App for the Olympics and Paralympics Games

See screenshot to the right.

The universal app provides all the latest news, schedules and results to keep up-to-date with the latest action live over the next two weeks (25 July to 12 August 2012). It also provides calendar schedule, details of sports, medal tables and athlete profiles. ou can view day-by-day which sporting events are taking place in the Olympic schedule and set favourites or reminders to create a personalised selection tailored for you.

View the full Maypalo story by clicking here.

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