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“Oh My.. Microsoft Is Associated With This?!”
Written on: 31/10/2020
So I have a website and I have been using Amazon Associates – which is super updated, their admin area is superior beyond anything else I have used, its easy to GET where you need to go, etc. I decided to try Microsoft Affiliate program, I sign up, and I log in and I am appalled that Microsoft is actually okay with being associated with this company. Its really weird. The main page looks like a normal, but very professional landing page, it sounds like its a great op to join up to, etc… Read Full Review
“No customer service”
Written on: 28/11/2020 by Kason211 (1 review written)
Very slow to respond to emails unless your trying to terminate! UI is archaic, performance is terrible and they don’t seem to have the expertise to assist with strategy. Will not be using again… Read Full Review
“Banner links that don’t work, and CP that is archaic”
Written on: 06/09/2020 by SarahiGalbraith (1 review written)
I joined as an affiliate because a company I wanted to promote used them, so I assumed they would be good. However, the lack of recent reviews was a concern which is why I am writing this review. I signed up to another network at the same time, which took longer to apply for but is more professional. The control panel is outdated and doesn’t even show the programs you have signed up for, the links included and banners are all out of date and don’t work. It simply wasn’t work the effort to sign… Read Full Review
“The worst service and network”
Written on: 22/10/2020 by jkPerry151 (1 review written)
I have never been so poorly treated by a business that charges over £5k a year for it’s services. The support during the implementation process was absolutely hopeless. Despite their claims to generate significant business for us the quality of their network is extremely low compared to going direct or through peers. Once the services was up and running they failed to generate any business for us at all. Once the account is active the support is even worse. The main telephone line is not… Read Full Review
“Awful customer support”
Written on: 30/05/2020 by Crowleyrh1969 (1 review written)
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Tradedoubler does not answer any emails, they just ignore you. If you have any problems with them and believe me you will! they never help. Will never work with them again. No wonder Apple does not work with them either… Read Full Review
“Never had a Payment Problem with them”
Written on: 16/06/2020
Was on to check if any one left a review about my Affiliate company and started to read all Affiliate Network reviews, I been with TradeDoubler as an Affiliate for at least 7 years now and never had any of the problems with them or any of my other top 3 Networks TradeDoubler, Affiliate Window and Paid On Results. You pretty much have nothing to lose to try them out, costs you nothing to be an Affiliate and long as you don’t do any of the bad stuff then your going to get paid if you can convert… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/12/2020
i have been using tradedoubler now for about 3 months a have been promoting cupid / girls date for free with great sucess now tradedoubler have allowed cupid to remove all my leads total of over 1000.00 gbp tradedoubler have done nothing to help me on this matter and now they have stopped all my links BEWARE DO NOT USE THIS NETWORK . … Read Full Review
“Getting the runaround”
Written on: 18/06/2020
I have been communicating by email with people at Trade Doubler. I cannot input my bank information since my bank is in the United States. Are they so parochial or whatever as to be unaware of the existence of the United States? Also Trade Doubler will not accept my address since my address is not in the United Kingdom. I have web pages of interest to people in the United Kingdom, but I happen to be located in the United States. Is that so hard to understand?… Read Full Review
“TradeDouble Affiliate Programme – Appalling, Inept Support”
Written on: 27/05/2020 by jasoncooke93 (59 reviews written)
TradeDoubler are the only Affiliate Network that have a ridiculous verification process, whereby you need to confirm the website is yours. This has cost me 2 week plus and its still not verified. I’ve been trying to verify 1 website for over 2 weeks. I sent the web page of my site showing the verification code to a guy called Pavan in TradeDoubler support. I get a message back saying ‘its verified’. I log into my account and guess what? Its still not verified. So I email them again and they… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/05/2020
Here I will tell something about my experience with tradedoubler.com I have been an affiliate of TradeDoubler for several years, and now I have my account blocked illegitimately. The problems began on 9th of this month, when trying to login inserting my correct details, I noticed that despite didn’t appear any message about wrong user/password, I couldn’t login (a problem happened also in the past) and I contacted the Italian customer care. On 10th of May, I received a mail from… Read Full Review
“TradeDoubler not want me to pay £ 6,300 in insurance. ”
Written on: 08/01/2020
TradeDoubler not want me to pay £ 6,300 in insurance sales, are not a good company
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“I’ve not had any problems with Trade Doubler paying me. ”
Written on: 27/11/2020 by aidrenegade (1 review written)
I’ve not had any problems with Trade Doubler paying me so far. Possibly one difference, I think the merchant I promote has a pre paid affiliate account to help ensure the money is there. I don’t know if this is a difference to the other commentors problems… Read Full Review
“We used Tradedoubler and were impressed with the. ”
Written on: 05/05/2020 by pgwbell (1 review written)
We used Tradedoubler and were impressed with the content available. However after personally making a booking with BA worth over 2,000 UK pounds via a tradedoubler link to BA (using the code generated from the tradedoubler site) shown on our website (www.yougodo.com), we were never paid, despite receiving emails from Tradedoubler support staff stating that they recognised the booking came from one of our websites (although the site they stated originated the booking was not the one we used)… Read Full Review
“No doubt Trade Doubler(TD) is one of the largest. ”
Written on: 17/03/2020 by jibono (7 reviews written)
No doubt Trade Doubler(TD) is one of the largest affiliate networks in Europe. TD monthly charges are very high or I would say inaccessible for the small/medium size businesses(Merchants). Good for affiliates :-). If you are mechant then try other good affiliate networks: Affiliate Future, Affiliate Window, OMG… Read Full Review
“Trade Doubler is a European Affiliate site with. ”
Written on: 05/09/2006 by aquastar (1 review written)
Trade Doubler is a European Affiliate site with hundreds of merchants on their books, with most of them being brand names like John Lewis and Currys.
So let’s go through the basics:- They pay directly into your bank account, and they have loads of ways to generate reports, including graphs etc. They have also got content generators for some sites to help increase the chance of commission. The support is good too.
There really isn’t much else to say about this fine company, as they don’t… Read Full Review
“Trade Doubler is going down in my estimations.”
Written on: 18/10/2005 by judgeandjury (4 reviews written)
Trade Doubler is going down in my estimations… Read Full Review
“Trade Doubler is full of excuses for not paying me as. ”
Written on: 05/05/2004 by willow2178 (1 review written)
Trade Doubler is full of excuses for not paying me as an affiliate – still waiting for my commission after 2 months… Read Full Review
Welbee’s Response to willow2178’s Review
Written on: 09/01/2006
It’s horrible, but this is business as usual for Trade Doubler. As much as they charge to get advertisers set up, I really don’t understand why it would be a problem to create accounts for each of their advertisers so affiliates could be paid on time. Almost all of the larger US networks like CJ require this to even get set up. You have to have a certain amount in your acocunt so that they don’t have 2, 3 and sometimes even 4 month delays in paying people who are working to help build their brand. It’s disgusting that they’re so affiliate unfriendly and continue to grow.
Hamiltongroupadvertising’s Response to willow2178’s Review
Written on: 16/06/2020
Same issue here. We advertise their merchants for 5 months and we never received any payment. I sent an email to inquire for my payment since I reached the threshold and we were questioned how we generate traffic. I sent them all proof and yet after a week they suspended my account. Awe full customer support and they are just using publishers to get traffic for free. Worst Network.
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Сайт очень дешевый, он не вызывает абсолютно никакого доверия. Сразу же видно, что его делали очень быстро, можно сказать, что из подручных материалов. Все самое дешевое, либо вообще бесплатное. То есть, на создание Doubler.to было потрачено максимум полчаса времени и несколько рублей.
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С контактной информацией очень большие проблемы. По факту, ее здесь нет. Все что нам предлагают – это форму обратной связи. Кстати, обратите внимание, что сам Doubler.to на английском языке, тогда как эта форма – на русском. Так кто тогда админ, иностранец или отечественный деятель, который лишь делает вид, что его площадка является зарубежной? Ну, чтобы сюда активнее шли люди? Это риторический вопрос.
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Reports of investment scams have doubled in 2020: ACCC
Scams from overseas are becoming more common.
Australian consumers and investors are being targeted by overseas scammers, with reports of investment scams doubling in 2020.
Financial loss due to fraudulent investment schemes doubled to over $24 million with 1,262 complaints received over the last year, according to a report by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC),
The Targeting Scams report released today highlights the financial loss of Australians due to scams in a number of categories including investment scams, dating and romance scams, inheritance scams and ID theft.
In 2020, investment scams overtook dating and romance scams as the category with the most financial loss. The report shows financial loss almost doubled in this category from $12,462,624 in 2020 to $24,447,716 in 2020.
Australian Security and Investment Commissions (ASIC) deputy chairman Peter Kell said overseas investments and other “get rich quick” scams, older Australians are most at risk.
“Overseas based scammers in particular commonly target consumers in wealthier countries such as Australia,” he said. “People over 55, many of whom are looking for investment returns in a low interest rate environment, are often most at risk.”
The report shows over 40% of complaints to Scamwatch and Australian Cybercrime Reporting Network (ACCORN) were made by Australians over 55 years old.
Kell also highlighted that modern scams can be “slick and believable” making it increasingly difficult to differentiate between genuine and fraudulent opportunities.
Do not send your money overseas for an investment offer that has come out of the blue. It’s as simple as that,” he said.
Key indicators of fraudulent opportunities highlighted by ASIC includes:
- When scam offers claim offer high, quick and sometimes tax-free benefits
- When claims of big rewards are made but you’re only required to make a small upfront payment
- When there are discounts offered for early-bird investors
- Watch out for phrases like ‘no risk, ‘low risk’, ‘you can sell anytime’ or ‘guaranteed transactions’
- Where offers provide inside information upfront or the opportunity to invest before a public float
- When offers refer to ‘magic’ software that predict results
Before committing to any financial investment:
- Do not rush the decision to invest
- Check ASIC’s MoneySmart list of unlicensed companies
- Check the company’s listing on the stock exchange to review the company’s performance and history
- Call any public-listed number to verify
- Seek a financial adviser
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I received a call from a someone called Adam Wilson the legal representative of a company called Asia Alliance. He was asking to speak with my husband about shares he has in a company that is insolvent and has been recently taken over by another company. I did not tell this person that my husband passed away a few months ago, as I was trying to find out as much information as I could. I know that my late husband WAS SCAMMED by many different companies, but I have no details as all these companies have turned out to be scams. This is the first time anyone has tried to contact him since his passing. What can I do as I am desperate to try and find out any information and try and get back some of the money that gone. PLEASE HELP ME.
Thanks for your comment. We are sorry to hear about your situation.
We are a comparison website and offer general advice only. If you believe you are dealing with a potential scam, our guide on How to report a scam might help. For financial and investments scams, you can report them to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission. They may also be able to provide you with some guidance.
If you are still unsure, we recommend seeking legal advice.
Hope this has helped.
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8 High-Risk Investments That Could Double Your Money
When an investment vehicle offers a high rate of return in a short period of time, investors know this means the investment is risky.
Given enough time, many investments have the potential to double the initial principal amount, but many investors are instead attracted to the lure of high yields in short periods of time despite the possibility of unattractive losses.
Make no mistake, there is no guaranteed way to double your money with any investment. But there are plenty of examples of investments that doubled or more in a short period of time. For every one of these, there are hundreds that have failed, so the onus is on the buyer to beware.
- Finding an investment that enables you to double your money is almost impossible and would certainly involve taking on risks.
- However, there are some investments that might not double your money, but do offer the potential for big returns; while they provide risk, the risk is manageable, as they are based on fundamentals, strategy or technical research.
- They include the Rule of 72, options investing, initial public offerings (IPOs), venture capital, foreign emerging markets, REITs, high-yield bonds and currencies.
The Rule of 72
This is definitely not a short term strategy, but it is tried and true. The Rule of 72 is a simple way to determine how long an investment will take to double given a fixed annual rate of interest. By dividing 72 by the annual rate of return, investors obtain a rough estimate of how many years it will take for the initial investment to duplicate itself.
For example, the Rule of 72 states that $1 invested at an annual fixed interest rate of 10% would take 7.2 years ((72/10) = 7.2) to grow to $2. In reality, a 10% investment will take 7.3 years to double ((1.10^7.3 = 2). If you have the time, the magic of compound interest and the Rule of 72 is the surest way to double your money.
Investing in Options
Options offer high rewards for investors trying to time the market. An investor who purchases options may purchase a stock or commodity equity at a specified price within a future date range. If the price of a security turns out to be not as desirable during the future dates as the investor originally predicted, the investor does not have to purchase or sell the option security.
This form of investment is especially risky because it places time requirements on the purchase or sale of securities. Professional investors often discourage the practice of timing the market and this is why options can be dangerous or rewarding. If you want to learn more about how options work, read our tutorial or sign up for our Options for Beginners course on the Investopedia Academy.
Initial Public Offerings
Some initial public offerings (IPOs), such as Snapchat’s in mid-2020, attract a lot of attention that can skew valuations and the judgments professionals offer on short-term returns. Other IPOs are less high-profile and can offer investors a chance to purchase shares while a company is severely undervalued, leading to high short- and long-term returns once a correction in the valuation of the company occurs. Most IPOs fail to generate significant returns, or any returns at all, such as the case with SNAP. On the other hand, Twilio Inc. (TWLO), a cloud communications company that went public in June of 2020, raised $150 million at an IPO offer price of $15 a share. In its third day of trading, Twilio was up 90 percent and by mid-December was up 101 percent.
IPOs are risky because despite the efforts make by the company to disclose information to the public to obtain the green light on the IPO by the SEC, there is still a high degree of uncertainty as to whether a company’s management will perform the necessary duties to propel the company forward.
The future of startups seeking investment from venture capitalists is particularly unstable and uncertain. Many startups fail, but a few gems are able to offer high-demand products and services that the public wants and needs. Even if a startup’s product is desirable, poor management, poor marketing efforts, and even a bad location can deter the success of a new company.
Part of the risk of venture capital is the low transparency in management’s perceived ability to carry out the necessary functions to support the business. Many startups are fueled by great ideas by people who are not business-minded. Venture capital investors need to do additional research to securely assess the viability of a brand new company. Venture capital investments usually have very high minimums, which can be a challenge for some investors. If you are considering putting your money into a venture capital fund or investment, make sure to do your due diligence.
Foreign Emerging Markets
A country experiencing a growing economy can be an ideal investment opportunity. Investors can buy government bonds, stocks or sectors with that country experiencing hyper-growth or ETFs that represent a growing sector of stocks. Such was the case with China from 2020. Spurts in economic growth in countries are rare events that, though risky, can provide investors a slew of brand new companies to invest in to bolster personal portfolios.
The greatest risk of emerging markets is that the period of extreme growth may last for a shorter amount of time than investors estimate, leading to discouraging performance. The political environment in countries experiencing economic booms can change suddenly and modify the economy that previously supported growth and innovation.
Real estate investment trusts (REITs) offer investors high dividends in exchange for tax breaks from the government. The trusts invest in pools of commercial or residential real estate.
Due to the underlying interest in real estate ventures, REITs are prone to swings based on developments in an overall economy, levels of interest rates and the current state of the real estate market, which is known to flourish or experience depression. The highly fluctuating nature of the real estate market causes REITs to be risky investments.
Although the potential dividends from REITs can be high, there is also pronounced risk on the initial principal investment. REITs that offer the highest dividends of 10% to 15% are also at times the riskiest.
While these investment choices can provide lucrative returns, they are marred by different types of risks. While risk may be relative, these investments require a combination of experience, risk management, and education.
High Yield Bonds
Whether issued by a foreign government or high-debt company, high yield bonds can offer investors outrageous returns in exchange for the potential loss of principal. These instruments can be particularly attractive when compared to the current bonds offered by a government in a low-interest-rate environment.
Investors should be aware that a high yield bond offering 15 to 20% may be junk and the initial consideration that multiple instances of reinvestment will double a principal should be tested against the potential for a total loss of investment dollars. However, not all high yield bonds fail, and this is why these bonds can potentially be lucrative.
Currency trading and investing may be best left to the professionals, as quick-paced changes in exchange rates offer a high-risk environment to sentimental traders and investors.
Those investors who can handle the added pressures of currency trading should seek out the patterns of specific currencies before investing to curtail added risks. Currency markets are linked to one another and it is a common practice to short one currency while going long on another to protect investments from additional losses. Currency, or forex trading, as it is called, is not for beginners. If you want to learn more, check out our tutorial or take our Forex for Beginners course on the Investopedia Academy.
Trading on the forex market does not have the same margin requirements as the traditional stock market, which can be additionally risky for investors looking to further enhance gains.
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