And in this quest for knowledge, one of the questions on some peoples' minds is this: "Is AGLOCO a pyramid scam?
Is AGLOCO A Pyramid?
The simple answer, of course, is this: No, AGLOCO is not a pyramid. In fact, due to its very means of operation, there's no possible way AGLOCO could be considered a pyramid. The first rule of a pyramid scheme is that it involves a monetary investment. AGLOCO is free.
Unfortunately, there are a handful of partially-uneducated bloggers who are writing about AGLOCO and calling it a pyramid scheme. Heck, I've even seen one person say it was a Ponzi. Now that's laughable!
It would certainly be wise of these folks to educate themselves on Federal law before erroneously blogging about it. Of course, I believe that goes without saying.
AGLOCO - Not A Scam
In addition, AGLOCO's Chief Privacy Officer is none other than Ray Everett-Church. OK, so who's Ray Everett-Church? Fair question. Here's a brief history on him...
Ray Everett-Church was dubbed "the dean of corporate Chief Privacy Officers" by Inter@ctive Week magazine. He was also profiled by the New York Times as "one of the most influential advocates of responsible online advertising."
Ray Everett-Church's current activities include:
- Principal at PrivacyClue LLC, a privacy consultancy based in San Francisco.
- Columnist for JupiterMedia's eSecurityPlanet.com
- Co-founder and counsel to the Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email (CAUCE)
- Member of the National Advisory Council for the George Washington School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS).
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