OnPassive Review- Scam

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OnPassive’s “The Top Live” event stream has been open on a browser tab for more than a month now, and I’m confessing.   

It’s been through a few browser updates and a system reboot without breaking.   

I couldn’t watch more than a few minutes of the 4.5-hour stream each time I tried. Before I knew it, I was frantically clicking to distract myself from the excruciating pain I was experiencing.   

A while back, I used a different strategy. Before I went to sleep, I retrieved the webinar from my YouTube account and downloaded it to my phone.   

In the past, I’d settled into a comfortable position in order to attend webinars, only to wake up the next morning with no memory of the event and no charge on my cellphone. 

The “mega event” continued for a few weeks, and I was no closer to overcoming it.  I’ve had it. I’ve had enough. I was going to get through this one way or another. I was surprised to learn that I only had to watch about twenty minutes of footage.   

Ash Mufareh’s OnPassive Dubai event got off to a slow start because of technical difficulties and time-wasting.   

This is strange coming from a company that describes itself as an “AI Software product development company (that) brings a competitive advantage, innovation, and new perspectives to business and technology challenges.” Speaking of technology, OnPassive hosted the event on Zoom and broadcast it to YouTube rather than using its “O-Connect” webinar platform, billed as the “most reliable AV conferencing platform” available.   

It was Mufraeh’s irrational desire for control that prevented him from entrusting the running of the event to a competent host or an artiicial inteligence.   

An inability to flow smoothly, awkward transitions, and a lot of wasted time resulted from this    Nevertheless, I’m not here to complain. OnPassive It all began with bribes to the local authorities in Dubai:   

Ash was thanked by the Hyderabad Chief of Traffic Police, who accepted a check for $13,093 and scurried off. He was said to be in the middle of a meeting.   

OnPassive receives the majority of its visitors from India. As a result, we provided phones and cars to a group of OnPassive recruiters in India. 

Mufareh’s OnPassive supporters in the United States were forced to sit and watch. It’s not uncommon for people to wonder what happened to their recognition.  After that, it was time to get down to business. OnPassive ran a promotion on the Burj Khalifa, like many scams before it.   

When sandwiched between The Dubai Fountain Show and other attractions, it was a bit of an awkward experience.   

Mufareh then announced that OnPassive had purchased two floors of the Burj Khalifa for office space, 134 and 151, respectively. In “Dubai Internet City,” there is also a third area.   

OnPassive doesn’t need a single office in Dubai, let alone three, when Mufareh is based in the United States and all of OnPassive’s back-end work is done in India.   

As a result, I believe the third (and less expensive) office will be primarily used by OnPassive to establish itself in Dubai.   

Lastly, there was the news of an OnPassive ad campaign being launched in the UAE.   

Today marks the start of a single marketing campaign. With Emaar Entertainment, it’s the largest ever. The largest ever recorded taken care of (? ). There will be no end to this. This is the first day.   

I did a little fact-checking. Adverts for Absolut Vodka ran for 25 years without a break. Chanel’s $33 million ad campaign was the most expensive ever run. OnPassive’s Dubai campaign claims to be the “largest in history,” but I’m not sure how that’s measured. That’s all there was to it. Random OnPassives congratulated Ash and themselves for the next two hours.   

In the month since OnPassive’s Dubai ad campaign was launched, I thought we’d take a look at how it’s been received.   

SimilarWeb’s website traffic analysis for April has yet to be updated. On Passive’s website, at least. However, if we look back to December, we can see a spike followed by a dip.   

In Dubai, OnPassive’s ad campaign is so ridiculous that it’s worth taking a step back to appreciate it.   

Forget about Dubai’s reputation as the MLM scam capital of the world. If I offered to fly you anywhere in the world to promote your company, would Dubai be near the bottom of your list?   

Is a marketing campaign for anything in Dubai going to be effective in the face of all the tourists, scammers, and sheiks? But what about OnPassive’s partners?   

Are there any commissions due? None.   

Is there anything the company has done? No.  

Since the Dubai event, has there been any significant change for affiliates? No.  

In my opinion, this is a huge waste of money spent on advertising. In other words, this is money that could have gone toward actual product development instead of being paid out as a dividend.   

OnPassive’s purported Dubai offices haven’t been spotted by anyone, either.   

It’s been three and a half years since Ash Mufareh’s MLM company, GoFounders, was in prelaunch.   

It is estimated that Mufareh has amassed millions of dollars in membership fees during this time period.

OnPassive’s “The Top Live” event stream has been open on a browser tab for more than a month now, and I’m confessing.    It’s been through a few browser updates and a system reboot without breaking.    I couldn’t watch more than a few minutes of the 4.5-hour stream each time I tried. Before I…

OnPassive’s “The Top Live” event stream has been open on a browser tab for more than a month now, and I’m confessing.    It’s been through a few browser updates and a system reboot without breaking.    I couldn’t watch more than a few minutes of the 4.5-hour stream each time I tried. Before I…

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