10 ‘Referdia.com’ Reviews
I myself as a business owner ran my deals on groupon which was fine, giving the consumer 50-60% off on my deals but, the bad thing was giving groupon 50% of my total earnings, plus 2.5% for every consumer that purchased my deal that used their credit card. I now have my deal on Referdia which the consumer pays $8 a month or $75 a year and saves. On my one deal: savings for the consumer $53, one my second deal: $35. $88 savings from just my deal pays your whole year in membership fees, just from one merchant. And another good thing is I don't have to split that 50-60% with anybody. My deal I run on Referdia that says such price is what that consumer pays me, no splitting 50-50, no 2.5% charges because consumers are using their credit cards. Merchants and Consumers what do you have to lose. It Pays For Itself.
Watch out for anyone who tells you that this is the solution to a dead-end job. There is absolutely no way to make real money in the long-term with this scam.
The scammers often say, "do your research!" And I will second that;
go directly to http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/finance/1166635/
read the entire thread about invado and referdia.
After doing so, there will be absolutely no question that this is a scam.
Referdia claims to be a "deals" website, but there are no well published deals like you would find in a groupon or living social.
How come? Because it's a scam set up to get your very high "initiation fees" and "monthly maintenance" fees. There are no actual worthwhile deals; it's just a way for you to pay money to people above you in the pyramid.
Do your research. It's a scam. Save your hard earned money
Invado and referdia are scams.
The CEO left to start his new scam company, leaving referdia and invado to die.
Ok, so im looking to possibly join this thing because it say I can get good deals on stuff like food and entertainment. Problem is, when I look up the site i see deals for places that arent in my area or companies I have ive never heard about. Not really sweating the 8$ but I do want to actually see if they got deals to good restaurants, entertainment spots, and what not. I just don't want to pay 8$ and TOTALLY be unhappy with CRAP!
Can someone share experience in LA or surrounding areas please before i join this thing..
This includes people that started it and basically anyone involved. If you have any kind of a life it's not worth it. If you spend your life groveling to find a dollar then maybe it will work for you.
Powered through "Entertainment" firstly, holds 500,000 National account deals through Entertainment for starters, and we have the ability to provide a Social Tool for businesses that are hurting to utilize the Facebook followings and monetize the database for a new found revenue outside their sales...An advertising platform that pays PROFIT...Smart idea, Im sure 100% of businesses will appeal to that idea and the fact they receive 100% of their commission transacting on there accounts. I've already converted my $8 membership to $75 in savings last month at places i already shop at! On top of that, I receive $50 bucks in E-Money every month in exchange for my $8...I love it! Groupon did $18 BILLION in sales in 2 years... I wonder what we will do, more importantly offering opportunity to individuals to also match the businesses profit from Facebook followings for extra income! Way to go Referdia!
Imagine if you had to pay a monthly fee to use groupon or living social.
Then imagine on top of that, there were no deals where you live, but there was no way to find that out until you paid "membership" fees.
Why would someone pay this?
Simple! It's a pyramid scheme.
Your fees go to pay off the people who joined before you.
The "product" keeps it from being completely illegal (although that is debatable.)
Do NOT join this scam!
You will not make money and you will not save money from the nonexistent "deals"!
Referdia and invado are complete scams.They have no real "product"
The "business" is to sell the business to your friends. It is a pyramid scheme and you should stay away from this. The only people who make any money from this are the people who started it, who really should be in prison.