Usually when it’s too good to be true , it actually isn’t true.
This site is operated by affiliate mgj8tqm
Ooh , affiliates …fun
The first release of JUICE in October will be restricted to 80 million users as a SPECIAL OFFER. Anyone joining after the 80 million mark may be charged a monthly fee of Â£2.99 GBP
Righto , 80 million users and then it costs money … fun fun
JUICE affiliate support will send you marketing material and advice to help promote the offer to customers and recruit affiliates.
JUICE will make Internet life much nicer for users, however hidden away invisibly in the service are hundreds of thousands of â€œpoints of revenueâ€ that JUICE has affiliated themselves with that generate them a huge revenue.
Donâ€™t miss this opportunity. This is like the internet starting all over again, but with you at the top of the money tree.
Therefore, when you refer 10 affiliates into JUICE and they refer another 10 each who further refers 10 affiliates and each of them sign up 100 JUICE customers per month, then the income you could EARN is really phenomenal. Work it out for yourself! Your income would be over Â£200, 000 GBP a month from your own overrides and personal revenue. Â£200, 000 GBP
Ooh… a PYRAMID SCHEME !! I would never have guessed.
Lemme guess… The “hidden resident program” captures all your ip traffic , magically compresses it to a 35:1 ratio (why yes , how would i else see a 2 megabyte jpeg file on a 9600 baud modem within a second !?) and shows you the content. Meanwhile every ip traffic is logged and do i mean everything!
Then this “everything logged info” will be used for personal advertising , email and other fine scams. Since you’re on dialup and usually do not have your number blocked , it can also be used for telemarketeers to call you for even more fun products. And who knows what’ll happen when you also have a fax number…
Free ? I think Juice has reinvented 100% opt-in spam
Enjoy your privacy while it lasts.
Here’s an investigation of someone on the whirlpool forum ( http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies.cfm?t=218952&p=2&u=39139 )
Their address in the UK is real… but all thats there is an old building with offices for UFO research aka BUFORA, Consenting Adults Magazine and Akademia Magazine publishers.No signs of any other offices to do with Juice.
Of course theres another web site very like Juices also offering broadband www.onspeed.com Looks too similar to be true.
Then theres the matter of the Phone number provided. This is a UK free-Phone / special National-rate Number. 0870-7620458 . These numbers can easly be obtained free from here >> www.open-telecom.co.uk/0870_numbers.html . This would make a business appear Ligitimate and immense having its own special rate number . these numbers can divert to any number you wish… lets say an unregistered,untrackable prepaid mobile phone service…
Juice claims to offer the service based on compression systems… this would be legit to compression to make a 9.6K modem reach 2Mb is impossible totally. It might have been more believable at least if they offered a real speed. Or perhaps they’ve Hired scotty,Chief O ’ Brien and Geordy ( startrek reference) to do their networking
And finally theirs Juices own website. Surely any multi-billion business (what other kind of business can afford to offer euro â‚¬39 per signup) would have a fully operational website, protected and served on the net by a top rate hosting company. But as must of you have seen the site seems to be constantly down sometimes and up others.So it seems this site is perhaps being hosted on a PC on Someones cheap Dial-Up line Anoither thing to note that JUICEs websirte before juiceboosted.com was getjuice.now.ws which was a free domain service…
If they still exist on October 1st ( release date) and they offer a download, I’d guess it would be something that would be free like non-subscription Dial-up… where you only pay for the calls to you ISP. however what if this “free service” download tells your beloved modem to dial a premium rate number to avail of this service… you may never know you spent â‚¬10000s till you get your monthly phone bill…
No offence , stevexlr8 , but i think you’ve been had and are now a participant of a pyramid scheme in the least.