Is Alifelong a Scam? – Truth no one wants you to know!!!

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Description: Join, click, earn, that's what you need to do to make money with Alifelong, but could it be true? Is it really that easy? It seems too good to be true... You’ve come to the right place because I am about to share with you everything you need to know in order to make an informed decision. As of January 2018, the company has been shut down by the authorities!

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ALIFELONG is no more!

After several months of operation, it has been shut down by the authorities.

I know that there are many people who are affected by this situation, and we are trying to find a remedy for it.

If you happen to be a member of Alifelong, and you have success in cashing out or getting a refund from the company, we would highly appreciate if you step forward to share with us on how you can do that. Please leave a comment at the end of this review.

Thank you so much for your help!

Is ALIFELONG a Scam?


Join, click, earn, that’s what you need to do to make money with Alifelong, but could it be true? Is it really that easy?

It seems too good to be true…

You’ve come to the right place because I am about to share with you everything you need to know in order to make an informed decision.

This company just started out recently, and did a soft launch on November 2017.

There’s a huge influx of new members promoting this business, and I’ve got some wary onlookers who’ve requested me to do thorough research and review of this opportunity.

You’ll normally see advertisements like these on Facebook:

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At first glance, this company looks doubtful because they claim that they can help you earn by simply clicking their ads.

Today, I will walk you through this company and discover if this opportunity is the right one for you.

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What is ALIFELONG Marketing and Services Inc.?


This company is a Philippine-based company, that’s why, if you are going to check YouTube, most, if not all, of their videos are in the Filipino language.

This company was opened this October 2017. It is an online advertising company whose clienteles is mostly from the US.

It helps its clients’ advertisements land in high rankings in different search engines like google by encouraging people to “like” these advertisements.

This is done through their multilevel marketing strategy and their Youclick program. You need to register online in order to open an account and then activate it.

But in order to activate your account, you need to have codes that will only be given to you by the person who referred you after paying ₱1500 or $30.

Once you have activated your account, you will automatically get a sign up bonus and then you may start clicking on ads through their Youclick program. Your earnings will depend on how may clicks you were able to do.

Since the clients of Alifelong are based in the US, you may only click on ads during regular business days. You can also earn once you are able to refer other people and build your own team.

I read several comments on the Facebook page of this company and I’ve seen members who are really earning from this program. The only problem is when the company’s system is down and they cannot access their payouts.

Somebody from the group also posted pictures of this company’s business registration permit and Securities and Exchange Commission registration.

These permits are essential when you open a business in the Philippines. The thing is, these are only pictures so I cannot attest to their authenticity.

How do ALIFELONG works?


It is true that you can make money just by clicking, but you’ll be spending meaningless hours doing an unfulfilling job for the sake of $10 or ₱500.

You can earn a maximum of ₱500 per day from the Youclick program by clicking on 5,000 advertisements or you can earn ₱100 for clicking 2,000 advertisements. The catch is, you have to complete those clicks within 3 to 4 hours, otherwise your efforts for the day will be wasted.

Of course, you’ll would want to complete the tasks as fast and as efficient as possible, and you can do that by utilizing programs for auto-clicking.

Once you sign up for an account in Alifelong using the referral link given to you by your sponsor or upline, you will receive a sign up bonus of $6. You will also earn $2 for every person that you are able to recruit.

You will also be given a match sales reward. This is given once you already have two sales groups- the left sales group and the right sales group.

Imagine an organizational chart with two arrows below you; the arrows will represent your two groups.

The two groups will be called a match.

For every match your sales groups make, you will earn $3. Your team is allowed to make 30 matches per day.

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Aside from these, since this is a multilevel marketing company, you will also be given a sponsorship bonus.

For the first level of your team, you will be given $0.4 and from the 2nd to the 10th level, you will be rewarded $0.2.

This company also gives a leveling bonus. You will earn $8 from the 1st up to the 12th level of your team for every match that your groups make.

My Main Concern…


The compensation plan and the use of auto-clicking programs to earn money is undoubtedly enticing, but fundamentally, we should look at the long term progression of the business.

What I mean is the purpose of this company.

It may look promising at this point of time because US companies are outsourcing these “Blackhat” strategies to ALifelong to increase the click through rates (CTR) of the company’s ads or articles, and this ultimately boost the Search Engine Result Page (SERP).

As a close follower of Search Engine Optimization (SEO), I can only say that Google and other search engines will soon catch on to this Blackhat strategy, and fill up the loophole.

If a US company’s goal is to sell products locally, or to countries other than the Philippines, but all of its clicks are from the Philippines, it wouldn’t take much time for Google to notice such irregularities. Given that Google is quite clever nowadays.

So, what happens then, the US companies that use the services of ALifelong will soon be penalized and they will discontinue the service.

When more and more companies realize this Blackhat strategy is a mistake, the fundamental business model of ALifelong may be broken.

The long term survival of ALifelong is my main concern. If you have a different view, please, feel free to share your thoughts by leaving a comment below.

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Why the Majority will not progress in this Opportunity?


It is definitely not enough to earn by pure clicking.

You need to learn how to recruit members in order to succeed in this business.

Problem is, the majority will have a hard time with this business opportunity and here’s why:

1. Lack of recruits

The standard practice for most members is that they will try to join some “Make Money Online” Facebook groups and post their ALifelong affiliate links in hope for people to join.

What you don’t know is that people in those Facebook groups are accustomed to see this kind of advertisements, and rarely anyone acts on it.

What’s next, people will turn to their friends and family for recruitment, and we know that most of the time, the people who are close to you are not the best type of people you’ll want to recruit.

It takes skill to recruit people online and if your sponsor or upline isn’t teaching you how, the chances of you succeeding is extremely slim.

For a business opportunity like this, I wouldn’t recommend anybody to recruit their family members or close friends unless they came to you.

Finding suitable candidates online is still possible, but you need to know how. If you are struggling to find suitable candidates online, I highly suggest that you check out this training program.

2. This business is tough

Not everyone is suitable for this business.

There are a lot of naysayers in this world, and if you can’t handle the discouragements, ALifelong is probably not the business opportunity for you.

In this business, you’ll face a lot of rejection, and you have to constantly learn how to handle them.

You need a great mindset to overcome the adversities that comes with this business.

3. Lack of Leadership

As I’ve said above, your success is mainly determined by your sponsor or team leader.

If you join a team who would care less about your success, and don’t provide the support and training that you so require, you’ll lose interest in the business and you’ll most likely fail.

Before you join this business opportunity, please take the time to study the group that you’ll be joining.

Like I’ve said, if your group has members who are successful in recruiting new members online, its best that you learn from them.

My Sincere Opinion


This company offers many rewards, but it is still young that’s why I cannot tell how long it can sustain its business. I’ve shared the fundamental issues of this company above, and I hope you’ll be wary of it.

More and more people are becoming engaged with Alifelong which is a good sign for any multilevel marketing company, and if you want to join, this is probably the best time. It doesn’t take much ($30) to join this business, unlike many others, but still, money is still hard to earn, and you’ll want to know that you are taken care of.

This business opportunity is not suitable for everyone. People who are successful in this are those who will perform in the face of adversity.

I hope I’ve given you everything you need to know to make a well informed decision.

If you are having a hard time finding suitable candidates online, I highly suggest that you check out this training program, however, if recruiting is not your cup of tea, then what is?

You see, I’ve reviewed hundreds of make money online programs, and many of those are scams or unworthy programs. There’s only a handful that is worth your time.

I highly suggest that you check out this program that has turned me from a nobody to a somebody online, best of all, you do not need to face any rejection, and it cost almost nothing to start.

Wishing you all the best in whatever decision you’ll make, and thank you for reading this review!

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If you’d like to discuss more about ALifelong, please, feel free to leave a comment below.

Your pal,

Jack

About the Author

Jack is an experienced online marketer who would like to extend his help to whomever wants to learn more about building a successful online business. Connect with me on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus. Read more about Jack and BareNakedScam.com here...

Leave a Reply 21 comments

Von - Reply

hahaha. alifelong is a scam

Tang ina - Reply

Putang Inang Scam na Alife!!!

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thank you so much for this Jin!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Mark Anthony Borabon - Reply

check out (alifelong dot me) you can see Mark Anthony Borabon the creator of the Alifelong Asia website scam that as soon as it went live he quickly removed the website 😉

but nothing ever gets deleted on the internet. Once you put it out there it remains forever.

Mark Anthony Borabon of Shore360 from Mexico Pampanga is the creator of Alifelong.Asia website 🙂

you’re welcome.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks for your insights Mark!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

ron - Reply

I have a friend who claims he earned 40,000 + just for clicking. He shows me his account and it really has 40,000+ in it. The problem is if he can withdraw it, sure ALifeLong can show and print you numbers and digits on their website, but the problem is can they withdraw it? I’ve been browsing FB posts about members posting pictures or screenshots of their earned money online, but no one can show a picture of a receipt.

I asked my friend if did he ever had the chance to withdraw, and he keeps on telling me that the the company’s pay system crashed and still cannot dispense their money, all these excuses and reasons cannot fool me.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Their operations has just been shut down by the authorities. So, my only concern are for people who are stuck with this program. I hope they can draw out their cash. And, for whoever that is still promoting this, please stop! You don’t want people to get into a program that is not operational.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Mark Santos - Reply

I am a member of Alifelong. I already received a payout after 5 days of requesting for encashment. They are saying that the problem for delayed encashment is due to the newness of the company. They are doing many updates on the system so a lot of new guidelines have been coming out.

I invested 10.5k in the company and hoping that it will become 20k (as promised by my upline) after 21 days. It’s already 2 months since I invested it and what I received is only 2k. I still have 17k pending cashout and I’m still hoping it will come.

Will give you update as soon as I received my payout.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks Mark! I look forward to your update. Hope everything goes well.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

jungraesun - Reply

I am a member of Alifelong as clickers, as of now our payouts are pending,… so what happens next? Still they are trying to encourage us to go further with there new working plans hahaha… we can avail that if they give our backlogs payouts sad to say 🙁

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hey Jungraesun,

    Unfortunately I don’t have an answer for you. Alifelong is a short-lived program, and I think I have no other ways to find a recourse for you.

    Hopefully, there are some members who were able to find remedy on this situation. If you were successful, please reply here so that other victims know what to do.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Tony - Reply

True .. Alifelong is Scam.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Seems to be one, as it is shut down by the authorities.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

leng - Reply

What will happend to the back acct. that we input in their system? since you will only receive payments thru bank, would they be able to access it.? I’m just worried the bank accts. will be hacked.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    I honestly do not know Leng. I hope someone can answer this here.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Learn Pinoy - Reply

Check out the SEC advisory ALIFELONG MARKETING AND SERVICES INC. Posted on 05 January 2018. The site is down because they have an issue. Here’s the details. Copy pasted PDF file from SEC.

“The public is hereby informed that ALIFELONG MARKETING AND SERVICES, INC., despite having been registered with the Commission as a corporation, is not authorized to solicit investments from the public as it has not secured the necessary license or permit from the Commission as required under Sections 8 and 12 of the Securities Regulation Code (SRC).
Those who act as salesman, brokers, dealers or agents of ALIFELONG MARKETING AND SERVICES, INC., in selling or convincing people to invest in the investment scheme being offered by ALIFELONG MARKETING AND SERVICES, INC. including solicitations or recruitment through the internet may likewise be prosecuted and held criminally liable under Section 28 of the Securities Regulation Code and penalized with a maximum fine of Five Million Pesos (P5,000,000.00) or penalty of twenty one (21) years imprisonment or both pursuant to Section 73 of the SRC.
Accordingly, those who invite or recruit other people to join or invest in this venture or offer contracts or securities to the public may be held liable or accordingly sanctioned or penalized in accordance with the Supreme Court decision in the case of SEC vs. Oudine Santos (G.R. No. 195542, March 19, 2014).
In view thereof, the public is hereby advised to exercise caution before investing in these kinds of activities and to take the necessary precaution in dealing with ALIFELONG MARKETING AND SERVICES, INC. or its representatives.
Should you have any information regarding the operation of the subject entity, please call the Enforcement and Investor Protection Department at telephone numbers 818-6047 or 818-6337.”

Ayla - Reply

Can you access Youclick? It’s been down since yesterday and I doubt that it’s because of the online traffic. Seems a like it has already been shut down

    Jack Cao - Reply

    I guess it’s been down. It says that the domain has been redirected. If you have a link for logging in, it says you should login to update your contact info. I think it is going to send you somewhere else later on.

    In my opinion, it is really unfortunate for hardworking people to experience such down time. If a person depends heavily on alifelong for survival, this would be disastrous.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

TechGuide - Reply

Alifelong is a Ponzi.. cliking ads is only a disguise. This is a typical scam exist long time ago over the net.. HYIP program.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks for your input! It seems that the website is down for now (6 January 2018). Not sure if its still alive. Maybe they’ll change their business name.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

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