Warning - HQ Solo Ad Managers - targeting you as well?
I have been approached via FB messenger (Yesterday Tues 4 April), by a few people (three women) claiming to be Managers of HQ Solo Ad, love to hear any and all feedback. I suspect they may be targeting newbie in Internet Marketers, especially WA members who are promoting WA.
Are they Legitimate. Recommended. Questionable, or promoting just another Scam etc
I will present here actual Facebook profiles is up to each person to conduct their own investigation / research necessary to satisfy your own judgement.
Nadia Abramov: https://www.facebook.com/nadzabramov
Danilla Bennett: https://www.facebook.com/daniella.bennett.39
Today - I did notice that on the Facebook timeline that yesterday morning one of our WA members posted a WA invitation to Daniella Bennett's timeline - strange coincidence? or could this confirm my suspicions of WA members being targeted could be true. Or maybe these people are also WA members if that is the case then is this activity acceptable or not???
I've NOT had the time to actually review the HQ Solo Ad business, although the Facebook profiles appeared real... When I asked one of the women how they made money from being an HQ Solo Ad Manager (& if I could as well if I wanted to?) I was told they receive a monthly salary... They all look very young, and claim to be self-employed. Anyway I would love to know if anyone has or can find genuine reviews for them... they were repeatedly asking if I have 'capture pages' on my websites, again are they searching to 'collect my data' to build lists to sell?.
They claim to be "helping people scale up their businesses taking to the next level thru getting them targeted traffic, that Wealthy affiliate is a great company... blah blah blah - yet when I asked how could help me - specifically... and what it would cost... their response sounded suspicious".
When I asked how they could help me find specific people for one of my websites they responded they could only help for websites that offer an "opportunity" like promoting "Wealthy Affiliate"
One of my websites is an enterprise that is offering an opportunity for people to find genuine seasonal work so people can make some money and fund their continued world travels... so it does market to a 'target audience'. We do get good signups from our own marketing but could help more people.
Their response tells me that the 'leads' may not be actual qualified leads at all, just a "random list to push on to someone for profit'
Following with interest cheers for now Tracey