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  • Browntoa
    Browntoa Posts: 49,298 Forumite
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    from the web site

    Revenue sharing takes many different forms, although each campaign involves sharing operating profits among associated partners/customers. Revenue sharing can be used as an affiliate program – businesses pay customers or associates a percentage-based reward for purchasing campaigns. A referral program can be used and incentivised when referring new customers, for example. Revenue sharing is usually used to distribute profits resulting from a business relationship. This has become a popular tool within corporate enterprises to promote partnerships, increase sales or share expenses. Revenue sharing models are not only used by Private businesses; both the U.S. and Canadian governments previously used revenue sharing regarding taxation.

    Assured Revenue specialises in advertising and revenue sharing, any individual can participate in our affiliate program to earn extra money on their spare capital. Our service provides individuals with high quality advertising campaigns generating a wealthy income on a month-to-month basis. We target customers that seek a secure way to earn money without putting in the hard work.
    Each advertising campaign costs £500, there is three sharing levels offering different maximum values, please view these values below:
    Low Sharing Campaigns – Buy 1 - 9 campaigns, maximum value received £550 per campaign
    Medium Sharing Campaigns – Buy 10+ campaigns, maximum value received £575 per campaign
    High Sharing Campaigns – Buy 20+ campaigns, maximum value received £600 per campaign

    There is no guaranteed timeframe to reach the maximum value and is purely based on performance, our current performances show the campaigns end between the 9-12 month period. High sharing campaigns generate stronger results and likely to reach the maximum value quicker than the low sharing campaigns. We always work hard to add more lucrative campaigns every day and we aim to increase the profits we share with our customers, as time passes more customers will join our affiliate program and we can reach the maximum value in a shorter time frame. Assured Revenue is driven by results and these results are shared with our customers!
    • A customer purchasing 10 advertising campaigns will cost £5000 and becomes a member of our affiliate program.
    • We distribute these funds into our multi channel network of publishers and advertiser's running live campaigns to generate revenue on a daily basis.
    • The profits we make minus the service charges taken out by our network partners are then shared with the customer.
    • A share of the profits will be paid to the customer at the end of each month and until the maximum value has been reached, for 10 campaigns that amounts to £5750.
    • A customer can login into their online account to see their balance at anytime, all active campaigns can also be viewed, we call this revenue sharing, all you do is monitor the campaigns and watch your money grow, sounds simple right?
    Not only can you make money by purchasing advertising campaigns we offer customers another way to capitilise on this opportunity. Assured Revenue offers a referral program to all customers allowing their friends and family to start earning with the affiliate program. A £50 bonus will be credited to the customer that initially refers the new member. The referral program offers another income stream boosting your overall income.
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  • Browntoa
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    there seems to be no absolute promise that you will make money or get your funds back
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  • Yeah thats the information I read on the website Browntoa, I asked them about any guarantees and when the maximum value will be reached, they cant guarantee a date but all advertising campaigns will reach the maximum value. Performances vary and at present its around 10-12 months to reach the maximum value. They have stated the more campaigns and more clients they gain the more revenue there is to share and this return will also shorten. I did ask what happens if the performance drops and they said then it will take a little longer to receive my money back thats the only downfall. I'm happy to wait 15 months for 10 or 20% return on my campaigns because it beats what my bank gives me. I have to leave my money with the bank 4-8 years to get that result give or take a year. :)

    Thank you for contributing Browntoa and maybe I should have posted this or explained a little more sooner. More info is welcome....

  • Bearly
    Bearly Posts: 15 Forumite
    I am glad to see something more substantial in terms of making money on your list e.g become a freelancer. The Freelancer point on the post though...it links to a "join the discussion in our Freelancer section" or something..but the link goes to a closed thread. That might be worth changing.

    I don't really know what to say about the list overall. It would definitely not really be helpful to me but for the majority of people it probably would be helpful to some respect.
  • Browntoa
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    Note to the company rep who keeps posting, it's not allowed if you check the forum FAQ's
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  • dave2319
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    I have to say I really think this is a thread that doesn't showcase MSE in a good light at all.
    Firstly we immediately jump on Gemma, for which I've apologised for my response. Secondly, no-one else has apologised to her for theirs, and then the company rep takes time out of his day to make a perfectly good post that gets deleted.
    Fair enough to point out the forum rules about a company's "right of reply" but it's not even been done in a friendly way, and I saw the first person who posted about it included a useful link to the forum FAQs, but for some reason that post's also been deleted.

    Anyway, Gemma and Jamie must have wondered why they bothered posting here. I think it's not acceptable to treat them in the way we have, and I think our approach to newcomers needs a serious improvement.
  • Thank you Dave for your efforts and yes it's a shame I got the reaction I did but it won't effect me to much. I can see how many companies get bad reputations by many people giving their input without checking details first. Dave you are a credit to MSE and I hope others take note.

    Gemma ☺️
  • I was curious about this and did a quick google. http://www.expertanswers.co.uk/questions-answer-details.php?id=5330
    Less than a month ago, someone was in the process of launching the company and asked for legal advice on a message board about financial regulations (seems like the advice has been far from implemented too, which could cause a regulatory headache).

    I did also find it funny that this image http://www.assuredrevenue.co.uk/images/blue-guarantee-seal1.png is used on the site, seemingly borrowed or shared from american carpet cleaning companies!

    The parent company was only registered in Feb and anyone on the prudent side of investing may be horrified by the seemingly non-existent protection of the capital coupled with the complete lack of track record would leave you hesitant to invest until a large selection of truly independent reviews came out.
  • I have read the suggestions on MoneySavingExpert.com and have been able to implement some of them in recent months with some great savings...

    Previous Broadband contract - £26/month
    New contract - PlusNet - 18 months - £242.86 (with £30 cashback)
    Total - 11.82/month
    Annual saving = £170.00

    Water meter installed - Previous bill: £430/year, now paying £25/month, although this is an estimate until my actual usage is calculated. A guide from MSE website shows I could potentially end up paying around £15/month.
    Annual saving = £250.00 (estimated)

    Bank Account
    Bank account switch - £100 incentive + £5/month
    Annual saving = £60.00 (+ £100 incentive)

    Energy switch - £31/month to £13/month
    Annual saving = £216.00 (+ £30 cashback)

    In total around £800, an incredible amount of saving for a relatively small amount of effort. I would like to thank Martin Lewis and his team for putting in the time and the effort in researching the many ways we can save and to those forum members who contribute their own personal successes in saving.
  • You've got good pointers there Ms. Jenny :D Keep it going! I'm a newbie here and I'm looking for more ways to save money and earn cash through works which could be done at home specifically. See you around! :D
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