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Ponzi Programmers Claim It’s Using Pirate Script is it true?
It doesn’t really make sense to claim the moral high ground when you’re providing Ponzi scams with backend software.
My 24 Hour Income – ProXScript
Even so, the makers of ProXScript are calling out My 24 Hour Income for pirating their Ponzi script.
For those of you who are unaware of the company, ProXScript launched from India in 2012 and supply the MLM world with Ponzi scripts.
My 24 Hour Income – Pirate Script?
“Today, we have cornered the MLM script market. We love to see our clients laughing all the way to the bank with the help of our scripts. We hold all the aces in the world of MLM, HYIP and Network Marketing scripts.”
ProXScript’s leading product is ProXCore, over which administrators can cheat people through an “investment plan”, matrix cycler, revenue sharing and straight-line cycler Ponzi models.
My 24 Hour Income – Email
In spite of ProXCore costing $207.00, it appears Drew Burton and My 24 Hour Income felt the need to pirate a copy in its place.
In an email sent out to some of the My 24 Hour Income member-base, ProXScript accuses Burton of theft as follows:
The purpose of this email is to alert you of illegal activity including a major piracy breach by Drew Burton – the owner of my24hourincome.
Drew Burton is using a pirated copy of our software. As you are aware, piracy is totally illegal and whoever indulges in piracy can face legal consequences.
We have informed Drew Burton to provide an explanation about his illegal activity. Unfortunately, we have not yet received any response from his end.
We would like to alert all the members of my24hourincome that Drew Burton is running an illegal operation.
Drew has founded my24hourincome on lies and deceit and there is much more going on than what has been publicly announced.
Drew Burton is a sweet talker and you can see the same from his videos. All this sweet talk is all fake to cheat his members. He is going to face grave repercussions for using pirated version of our software.
We have been monitoring his illegal activity and will also add all the facts on a dedicated page whereby we will reveal how he is scamming all my24hourincome. We have proofs and screenshots.
24 Hour Income – Bottom Line?
We urge all members of my24hourincome to withdraw ASAP! As this illegal shame that Drew Burton has created is about to go down.
Once again we are going to take legal steps and due to this program will shut down eventually. We are warning you because we don’t want the members of this scammer to suffer because in the end he will give some excuse and close his program
So people, be aware and do not trust this guy at all.
Thanks & Regards,
My 24 Hour Income has also been added to a “wall of shame” on the ProXScript website:
At the time of this publication, the My 24 Hour Income website is down. If you go to the site, you are shown an “under maintenance” page.
The official reason for the downtime is mentioned as server migration that started on January 9. In a January 9 webinar, Burton claims “earnings were very low” on January 8.
In My 24 Hour Income marketing videos, Burton alleges to have managed millions of dollars through My 24 Hour Income. Why couldn’t he set aside a few hundred dollars for a Ponzi script?
24 Hour Income – News Recap
Unclear is how ProXScript managed to email My 24 Hour Income members. It appears the company may have access to member details, even if a company hasn’t paid for the ProXCore script.
In any event, ProXScript is pretty upset, however whether or not they will be capable of delivering on their promise to shut My 24 Hour Income down remains to be seen.
Most hosting companies would consider the use of pirated software in breach of their TOS, so ProXScript reporting My 24 Hour Income to their hosting provider is one likely consequence.
My 24 Hour Income failed in late November and was down for over a month. Certainly if there were hosting problems they would have been addressed at that time.
Drew Burton resurrected the site only just a week ago with hefty withdrawal restrictions. Taking it down again for a host migration so quickly doesn’t really make sense.