How to Know Public Likes is not genuine, it’s a Scam/Pyramid Scheme



There are many ways of making money online, public likes is one of them. Since many people have asked whether it’s genuine, we have analyzed the platform and come up with our answers.

When you deal with online business, you will understand how online business works. You will be able to know genuine companies and pyramid schemes.

Public likes is one of the companies that started the beginning of 2017,but it’s growth has shocked many. The company is ranked 21in Kenya,228 in Mauritius ,56,000 in USA,147 in Zambia and 23,000 in UK and 37,000 globally. This means it’s growth is exponential.

If public likes decides to disappear with people’s money, this is the amount it will run away with.

When a company is ranked 37,000 globally, it means it receives daily visitors of 50,000.Assuming all these visitors have joined public likes, each visitor is expected to sign up and pay nothing in the starter plan. But information in our possession shows that 10,330 people have upgraded to business basic plan and have paid $45,6,250 are in business premium plan and 1,830 are in business gold plan.

If you calculate the amount all these people will lose, it will be approximately $2 million. But since the business is growing, this particular company will wait until more people sign up …that’s when you will never see them again.

To know that public likes is a scam, here are parameters

  1. The owners are not known
  2. The rates offered by a single click are unrealistic
  3. The company does not have history
  4. It’s targeting low income countries, where people are gullible…especially Kenya
  5. Their payments are not consistent
  6. It doesn’t have target audience for their adverts
  7. Joining is free for anyone. It doesn’t have restrictions. Normally, established companies have strict restrictions.
  8. Big sites like BBC, CNN and Bloomberg have not mentioned it at all..they don’t know about the existence of this company.
  9. It doesn’t have contact information
  10. They ask publisher. Facebook, Twitter account owners to pay so as to show adverts. Normally, website owners, Facebook and Twitter account owners are not required to pay so that adverts are shown on their pages, it’s the advertisers who pay.
  11. Established companies don’t run adverts on this platform.

How to avoid being conned by public likes

As soon as you reach threshold, make sure you withdraw your money.

The second way to avoid being conned is to avoid joining this scheme.