Statements of what people are saying about it on the net and responded
them for you accordingly. My responses are based on what the company
itself has stated and some investigation of myself.
There are some articles out there on
the Internet that state some “Facts” about the project and/or the
company and then draw conclusions, most of them are not based on in
depth research. You know how people can be, sometimes people just wanna
destruct and not accept the fact that there’s still some good in the
world, they don’t believe something, blinded by negativity, and want to
drag the majority with them, due to their fear of loneliness. I’ll give
you some general answers as follows divided in the most expanded scam
statements which are being held by some wussies around there. It’s
free, thus I don’t know what point there is in doubting. Let’s go to
Wazzub Scam Statement #1: Wazzub is a fake company.
WAZZUB is a real company registered
under the laws of Oregon, USA and running its headquarters in Las
Vegas, Nevada, USA. We are an early-stage startup company that is still
before launch of their main website. That means, we are still in
development and many things will change during pre-launch.
Wazzub Scam Statement #2: It has no “Headquarters” or a real office.
Their Las Vegas office is a real
office. They are using the services from Regus, that means, they have
their own office space but they share receptionist area, conference
rooms, kitchen and other services with other companies.
They are an early-stage startup and
until they earn “real” money after launch they are on a budget. There
is no need to invest into a fully owned office right now.
Wazzub Scam Statement #3: There are a lot of companies registered at the same address, this is scam!!!
For tax reasons most U.S. based
companies have their companies registered in a different state than
their HQ is located. There are special companies offering services as a
registered agent but they are not involved in the actual business of
the company. The name of their registered Agent is Cathy Halverson and
she is the registered agent for several hundred companies. That does
not mean that their company is related to any other company that is
registered at this address and for sure it is no sign that they try to
hide something or that they are a scam.
By the way, the most famous “registered
office” address is used by more than 200,000 businesses. This address
has its own page at Wikipedia. Check it out: 1209 Orange Street.
For example, Coca Cola is registered
there, as well as General Motors, Google and Verizon. Nobody would
conclude that they are hiding something or that they try to scam
people. It is their goal to make WAZZUB one of the big brands on the
Internet and, following the advice of their CPA and attorneys, they set
up their company structure as it should be, right from the beginning.
Wazzub Scam Statement #4: The data on the Whois database for wazzub.com and wazzub.info changed twice within a few months.
When theyfound the perfect name for
their project – WAZZUB – back in June 2011, the company was not yet
founded; therefore one of their main investors registered the domains
under his company name. After their company, GIT Global Investments
Inc., was registered, they changed the Whois data including the address
of their registered office. Now they opened their HQ and so they
changed the Whois data to their operational address.
Wazzub Scam Statement #5: Wazzub has no company owner.
WAZZUB is owned by several investors.
Right now they are building the team of directors and managers that
will run their project after launch. There will be a page with all the
important members of their team after the team is completed. Their
Marketing Director Gee DaCosta is not one of the initiators; he is the
team member that is most important now – during pre-launch.
Wazzub Scam Statement #6: Wazzub claims not to be MLM but Gee is a top MLM and Network Marketer.
WAZZUB is not a network marketing
company and it is not MLM. But they needed the skills of an experienced
online marketer and Gee was the perfect match. They say that WAZZUB
will change the life of many, many others who are still on the search
for the perfect internet opportunity as Gee was.
Wazzub Scam Statement #7: Wazzub invested more than $2 million, but the pre-launch website and members’ area is too “simple”.
The money has been invested into the
main project, not into the pre-launch pages. They are totally
overwhelmed by the hundreds of thousands of members signing up.
Unfortunately, this huge traffic caused some “challenges” like a lack
of server capacity and more than 350,000 verification and password
emails needed to be sent out. Most of their bugs and glitches are
caused by the huge number of members that like their project.
If they would have a pre-launch website
with a lot of flash and video content it would slow down their servers
dramatically. That is why they just kept it simple.
They allege that their state-of-the-art
home page that will be launched on April 9 is a totally different
story. Secured by several pending patents, it will be a totally new way
to surf the Internet
Wazzub Scam Statement #8: WAZZUB is just another useless search engine.
Oh, WAZZUB is so much more than a
search engine. Imagine this: you start your Internet browser and find
yourself on the perfect home page. There is a powerful search engine,
the latest news exactly on those topics you are interested in,messages
from your friends and family, the best deals on the Internet and useful
links to your favorite websites. Imagine receiving valuable gifts and
bonuses, just for using this powerful tool as your personal home page.
That is Wazzub.
Wazzub Scam Statement #9: They promise to pay 50% of its profits, but where does the money come from?
They will monetize their website
exactly the same way as companies like Google, Facebook, AOL and Yahoo
do – by displaying ads and special offers. The big difference is that
they share profits with their pre-launch members. 50% of all profits
will be paid to the pre-launch members just by joining for free and
setting up Wazzub page as your home page.
Wazzub Scam Statement #10: There is a huge risk when joining WAZZUB.
They claim to keep your data safe and
never share it with third parties, to me this is enough and if they do
which is very doubtful, what is the worst that could happen, Spam?! O_O
That’s not a reason for me not to try. You never have to pay them a
single $ to get your share of their profits. Your only risk is
investing time to invite other members. If nobody likes our final page
we would earn no money and there would be no profits to share…BUT…
GUESS WHAT? – I know for sure that this won’t happen! These Wazzub Scam
Statements are based on no rigid arguments and to me it seems pretty
legit, plus the insane amount of traffic that it’s already getting can
only promise something very BIG.
Join right now (ignore claims out there, it is free and if you lose anything
then it was a bit of time, don’t let the negative people pull you into
their negative world) and then share your link with all your contacts
and promote it, so that you can be a part of this huge birthday cake
called Wazzub. It will pay you 1$ per person who joins through your