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  in Business | Published 2012-08-16 15:12:24 | 388 Reads | Unrated

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Club Asteria are among the many internet scams nowadays that is taking advantage of people’s needs, wants and dreams If you visit their website, this club asteria scam claims to be a genuine internet marketing system that would steer your life to its ultimate betterment

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Club Asteria are among the many internet scams nowadays that is taking advantage of people’s needs, wants and dreams. If you visit their website, this club asteria scam claims to be a genuine internet marketing system that would steer your life to its ultimate betterment. Sounds too good to be true? You got that right.

Club Asteria was indeed able to hook thousands of people last year that it started garnering attention from real big businesses. The only thing they have to say is that the club doesn’t seem like the real deal. To site a few examples, here are why:

> Looking at their website, you would see a lot of comments, (some eligible, some not) from Facebook users of different nationalities. Experts suggest that this is just another poor way to make the site look true by displaying a lot of club asteria review on their page. Checking the facebook accounts of these comments would only link to bots, fake accounts or people paid by Club Asteria themselves.

Another thing is the membership one needs to acquire before enjoying the said privileges of the website. Indeed, almost all legitimate schemes require a membership for a certain amount. The gold membership for the club asteria scam amounts to 20 dollars monthly. For the silver membership, one has to pay 9.95 USD a month. 20 dollars seems like a common membership fee for many clubs and whatnots, so what’s wrong?

Be smart. Look at what you get in return for these 20 dollars. It may seem like a small price to pay, but 20 dollars a month is 240 dollars per year. You could already buy a lot of stuff with that! However, if you choose to invest this amount in Club Asteria, you will be given what they call “Asterios” or simply termed their purchasing credits. What you can buy with these asterios, only members could fully know. But up to now, no credible account of what is happening inside Club Asteria or any legitimate club asteria review has ever been posted or published in the internet, papers or any form of formal media.

Another give away that the club asteria scam is indeed nothing but a sham is the fake identities of developers behind it. Andrea Lucas, the alleged owner of the website, claims to have experienced being the World Bank Director. Nate Bloom, who is said to be a top internet marketer, also appears to have been partnering with the club asteria scam.

Hitting both names on Google will provide substandard or even negative results! If they were really who they claim to be and have indeed reached the positions they said they are or were in, they indeed deserve a page or two in the vast world of social media or internet marketing. The only links that would say anything about them two are the club’s main website and another fraud website they have created: the club asteria review. This club asteria review is a collection of made-up testimonies that would only account to one thing: that the club is true – which is so false.

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