Magniwork Scam Is there a Magniwork scam you should know about? Sat, 26 Feb 2011 01:41:18 +0000 en hourly 1 Privacy/Disclosure Tue, 27 Oct 2009 23:36:11 +0000 Admin

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Magniwork Scam Tue, 27 Oct 2009 22:22:13 +0000 Admin Note: This is a word of advice to address your fears of a Magniwork scam that you should read before buying Magniwork.  If you’re looking to visit the Magniwork site itself and didn’t intend to find us, click here.  If not, then read on for the rest of my review.

There’s been a lot of buzz in recent months about Magniwork, a new DIY energy product that claims to give you self sufficient energy for your house.  Is this a Magniwork scam in making, or is this product as good as it sounds?  Many curious minds want to know, and I’d like to speak on the subject briefly since I’m sure it’s weighing in on your decision as to whether or not to buy the product.

The first thing that I should say is that I live in a building that includes the cost of electricity, so I personally have no use for a product like Magniwork.  That doesn’t preclude me from giving you some informative insight about the product though.

The first thing that you should know is that ALL transactions for Magniwork are handled by Clickbank.  I don’t know if you’ve heard of Clickbank or not, but they’re an extremely reputable company with a pretty spotless reputation.  Clickbank has nothing to do with the production of the Magniwork product, but since they handle all transactions for the company, they’ll directly refund you your money within 60 days of buying the product if you’re unhappy for any reason.

Click here to visit the Magniwork site.

With that knowledge in mind, I can give you my assurances that your money in protected, giving you very little reason to worry about a Magniwork scam.  All refund requests are issued promptly.  You can compare Clickbank to the same way that Paypal would back you up for bad Ebay transactions, or the way that AMEX would back you for a credit card refund on a purchase.  This, in and of itself, should make you feel secure.

Is Magniwork a scam?  Well, let’s take a look at the product’s refund rate.  Estimates have the refund rate pegged at somewhere between 6 and 10 percent.  This number really isn’t too high when you consider the facts here.  Magniwork is a DIY (do it yourself) product that requires a little bit of handy work.  As a result, there are bound to be people who are unable to (or simply don’t want to) follow through with the setup work involved in making this product work.

Having said that, the risk of losing money to a Magniwork scam is low.  The rewards involved with potentially saving tens thousands of dollars in electric bills over the years heavily outweigh the risks of spending some money before getting a full refund if you’re not happy with the product.

Know that your money is fully protected with any and all Clickbank products.

Visit the Magniwork site now with this knowledge.


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About Tue, 27 Oct 2009 21:59:53 +0000 Admin Hey everyone,

With so much information running rampant but a lack of credible reviews, I created this site to help you in your decision about determining whether there’s a Magniwork scam in the works or not.

The data I’ve gathered as far as forming an opinion goes is based on the data available in the public domain.  With that said, though, there’s some common sense mixed in that I believe will be very useful to you.

At the end of the day, I hope your experience with Magniwork is a valuable one, and I wish you the best of luck.

Click here to visit the Magniwork website.

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