Currently, InstantDough.com is being widely promoted on the net.. and even top marketers are endorsing on it right now.
However, there are many things which concern and disturb me.
Firstly, it is using Paypal as a method of referral payment. As most of you might have known, Paypal has been freezing peoples' accounts and it did not justify their acts correctly. A good example to look at right now is the freezing of MlmSpy.com 's Paypal account. I was a member and one day, I got an email from them saying Paypal has frozen their account and cancel all member's subscription. BUT they emailed all MlmSpy members saying MlmSpy terminated their accounts. I was one of them and I did receive the email. Paypal is obviosly LYING! So, should I continue using Paypal as my main method of payment? I don't think so... (I'll still use them for normal payments like affiliate payments, auction paymens, services, etc.. but not my main payment processor for my website!!)
InstantDough.com uses exactly the same concept as MlmSpy but I don't know why theirs are still running. We can never know when Paypal will do the same to them.
Secondly, I notice a flaw in InstantDough.com referral tracking system. I was referred by someone before this and when I clicked on the raw link I was directed to the affiliate site. Not bad ! They do use cookie to bring me back to the initial referral.
However, I purposely clicked on ANOTHER affiliate URL. This time, I expect the latest affiliate URL to appear if I clicked the raw link BUT to my surprise, it doesn't !! I was still redirected to the initial affiliate URL!! Gosh !! I would be wasting my time promoting this program if only the initial referral would get credit. What a waste! Since most people have been referred to by now, I will lose out many potential referrals!
Thridly, the $29 monthly fees is not worth the products. There isn't any service which could justify why members must pay monthly. Unless they started services like autoresponder which runs on their server, ad tracking service, etc. So what I can see now is the monthly fees is a just mean to get monthly referral credit - yeah, by "helping" one another through the monthly fees, the system would make you lots of money in the long term.