Is Word Empress legit or scam? Let’s find out in this review.
I know someone invited you to join Word Empress. Or, perhaps you saw their advertisement on Facebook enticing you to invest in their company and make money at the comfort of your home. For Php150, the earning potential is unlimited.
Are you excited to join and invest?
I made this review to uncover the reason why you should think a thousand times before giving your money to Word Empress.
What is Word Empress? Who is behind it? Can you make money with its bot? Is Word Empress legit or scam?
Give us few minutes of your time to read this review.
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What is Word Empress
Word Empress is a DTI-registered company under the name Wordempress Online Gaming Place. According to its founder, it is an MLM company that offers a bot as an income opportunity.
Based on its DTI registration, Mariz Tano De Guzman registered the company on August 19th, 2020. It started operating sometime in October 2020.
The bots can be used in messenger, FB lite and messenger lite. It can be used using free data or Wi-Fi.
The bots offer typing jobs but no qualification is required. No age limit and anyone can join. Sometimes, the promoters call the bot Word Empress Learn and Earn Bot.
Products and Services
Word Empress has no retailable products or services. Members are able to market the affiliate membership itself.
Word Empress Bot Versions
Word Empress Bot has several versions. These are versions 1 (V1), 2 (V2), 3 (V3), 4 (V4), Web 100, and Web 150.
V1 offers captcha typing only. Rate is around Php0.03 per correct answer. Meanwhile, V2 adds two additional ways of earning namely: jumbled words and guess the color at the same rate with V1.
V3 gives general knowledge multiple choice questions at Php0.05 per correct answer. Answers to these general knowledge questions are posted in a Facebook group for easy reference.
In case you aren’t sure about your answer, just copy the questions from the bot and paste into Facebook. Within few seconds, you have a search result popping up with the correct answer highlighted with emoji.
In Web 150, you need to solve simple math problems at a rate of Php0.01-0.03.
Versions have 10 seconds intervals for the next question/problem to be solved.
How to Join in Word Empress
Joining Word Empress and making money from bots require an activation fee of Php150. You need to register via a referral link. Once your account is activated you can now answer questions given by the bots.
How to Make Money
Word Empress bots offer typing jobs at a very low rate. There is no money in typing jobs.
Do the math.
Granting that you can answer 6 general knowledge questions in 1 minute. That means you can make Ph0.3 per minute (using the Php0.05 rate). In 1 hour you’ll get Php18 or Php144 in 8 hours.
Sounds good, right?
Not really. My estimate did not include an allowance for slow internet connections. In fact, many of its members could not even make Php50 in 8 hours.
If you want to make money with Word Empress, you must promote it and get a profit from the payments of your recruits. It gives Ph40 as a direct referral, Ph20 for indirect, and Php10 for second-level indirect.
Is Word Empress Legit or Scam?
Word Empress is a scam. It has a characteristic of a pyramid scheme. It relies mainly on the entry of new members. You make more money recruiting other people to the scheme than doing the actual typing jobs.
The company uses bots as a front to entice prospects to invest in their scheme. However, there is no real money to be made out of these bots.
Promoters argued that recruiting is optional. However, if recruitment stops, Word Empress will definitely fall.
Because the company only makes money by recruiting new members to the scheme. Who would finance the profit made out of the typing jobs?
Remember. The bots are not selling anything. Clearly, profits from typing jobs are financed from investments of new members.
In a pyramid scheme, only the founder and the early promoters will benefit from the operations. Once new investments are drying up, the scheme will collapse while leaving the majority at the bottom of the pyramid to lose all their money.
Word Empress is a scam. It is a pyramid scheme. The person behind it uses bots as the front to hide its illegal activities from the authorities. Avoid it at all costs.
You won’t make enough money from the typing jobs. But you can earn a lot if you recruit more people to join the investment scheme.
The company is financed solely from the investments of new members. When recruitment stops, it will eventually disappear because it can no longer sustain its operation.
We recommend you report their activities to the DTI for appropriate actions.
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