Initiative Q A Scam

Initiative Q A Scam? I Hope Not

Is Initiative Q a scam? That was the first thing I asked myself when my son-in-law sent me a link to join Initiative Q. Naturally, the first thing I did was to go online to see if it was a scam. I couldn’t find anything to say that it was. Perhaps, that’s because it’s early days yet.

I looked into it a little more and found that all they required for me to join was an email address and my name.. I didn’t have any qualms about supplying that as it’s readily available online anyway.

I did find one site though, Forbes.com, that asked the Initiative Q founder if it was a pyramid scheme. I’d already come to the conclusion that although it looked like a pyramid scheme, there was no exchange of money so it couldn’t be one.

So, I joined, and I can now invite 5 other people to join using this link. Once those 5 join, they need to contact me so I can verify them. After that, that link will no longer work.

Initiative q A scam

The image above shows how many Q’s I have just for joining. That will rise when each of the 5 new members joins by clicking my link. I don’t know how good the Initiative Q will turn out to be. All I can say is I missed out on the BitCoin roll out, and I’m not going to miss out on the possibility of striking it rich with Initiative Q.

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  1. Twitter:
    A friend recently introduced it to me never took it serious. After hearing his experience on Bitcoin how he lost the opportunity of a life time. I quickly joined. Hope things Wil turn out well.

  2. The man behind this initiative previously founded a company that was acquired by PayPal.So I think he is pretty sure about this new idea. As Peter has said there is no money involved so there is no benefit for running such a grand scheme if it is a scam.


    1. Twitter:
      Yeah, seems like a no-brainer. Why wouldn’t you want to give it a shot considering it’s free? You’d kick yourself if it took off and you missed your chance to make some real money.
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