Thursday, December 12, 2013

The Bonofa scam comes to Lebanon.

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The Bonofa Cube7 came to Lebanon at Le Royal hotel. Or at least its presentation did. Some people were way less than impressed, Just like their international counterparts. So what is Bonofa? It seems to be a scheme where people recruit people and earn points for it, and when the other people recruit more people everyone gets points, and... It's a social media app which is supposed to revolutionize - well, practically everything. Oh and when you pay you don't even get shares - you just get "dotcom points".
The interface was supposed to be active on Sept. 22nd, but it did not. I am sure those who paid the VIP packages of 2,490 Euros I would be interested in them keeping their word. Which they did not.
For your info, the app was pre-launched for investors on 7/7 at Pier7 but there's still no tangible product to deal with. Or tangible money for that matter (apart the one you "invest") with no paper in sight.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is obviously a fishy investment, so please watch out.


charbel nassour said...

thanks for the info Dr.

Bob Wazneh said...

Im a VIP partner and Ive been paid since my first day, now we are using cube7 its amazing.

The point of view of bonofa is to revolutionize the internet industry by allowing everyone on this planet make use financially from the internet.
And yes im enjoying it, Im making it happen.

Research about online contracts, it will answer your (paper in sight) issue.

Best Regards,

Ibrahim Wazneh

Unknown said...

I joined Bonofa a few months ago and was excited by the concept and opportunity. I now feel I cannot promote it in good faith because Cube 7 (the first product) is still in beta testing and is far from ready to launch to the world! What are all the Bonofa developers doing all day, I wonder? Also, Cube Card (another great idea) which is available on the Apple App Store, still has all info only in German! long would this take to fix? A couple of days? With all the money flowing in from Partners joining the company...

So, it doesn't look good, so far and smacks of a pyramid scheme! I hope I am wrong. Am watching, waiting. I only invested E299. Paul

Tarek Chemaly said...

Sorry for the squandered investment Paul... I do hope I am mistaken as well but it does seem fishy in the way it is being presented.