that's a classic pyramid scheme
Ripped from http://www.smart-electro.net/faq.html
"In a straight line matrix, for each person to receive an item, you must fill the matrix. What this means is best described by the following scenario. Based on a 5 person matrix, someone will receive an item every time 5 new people join:
5 - Person 1 receives item
10 - Person 2 receives item
15 - Person 3 receives item"
That pretty much means stay away, m'kay...
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I know man, I've read all the FAQ's as well, but I want someone with some real experience with this place.
Don't do it. Plain and simple.
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This is a pyramid, or Ponzi, scheme. It only works for people on the first one or two levels. http://members.impulse.net/~thebob/Pyramid.html
It is also illegal in many states.
C'mon, don't tell me why it's not good, someone give me an experience. Good or bad, with smart-electro.
I signed up for a PSP. If it doesn't work, I get my money back, plain and simple. I signed up once for a PS2, but then backed out, and got my money back. But I've never actually got anything from them yet.
My gf received a laptop from them BUT she was the second one on the list.
She also asked for a refund for her less expensive item and received it without problems a few days later.
I would not sign up for anything that has alot of people on the ladder..
it nice that you can always ask for a refund too