BurnLounge Fees range from $30 per year to a $215 upfront setup fee and $15 per month for access to various levels of music and management software.
BurnLounge subscription levels include Fan, Affiliate, and Music Mogul.
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BurnLounge Founder Rob DeBoer Launches cPrime
According to FitsNews.com, former Burnlounge founder Rob DeBoer is now launching a new venture called cPrime which markets magnetic wristbands to athletes, claiming they will help them perform better athletically...From FitsNews.com: "Three years after he was implicated in the BurnLounge pyramid scam (a racket that was busted up by the Federal Trade Commission), former University of South Carol...
Burnlounge Lawsuit in Hands of US Judge
The federal lawsuit that alleges former USC football star Rob DeBoer was involved in the pyramid scheme is in the hands of a judge.Testimony recently ended in the case over Burnlounge, a New York online music store operator that attracted many investors from the Columbia area.The Federal Trade Commission sued Burnlounge executives and top recruiters, claiming the business was a pyramid schem...
BurnLounge in Wired News
Have you ever wanted to be a snarky record store clerk like the ones in High Fidelity, recommending the choicest cuts to a grateful and adoring public? People's Music Store lets you set up your own online storefront to sell up to 50 DRM-free albums from a decent range of high-quality electronica, rock and other music. The store won't earn you money, but it could earn you respect, plus ability to d...
FTC Settles with BurnLounge
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has announced that one of the operators of BurnLounge, a digital music distribution service the agency had determined was actually a pyramid scheme, has settled charges and agreed to give up $20,000 in ill-gotten gains.The FTC charged BurnLounge in June 2007 with operating a pyramid scheme, where consumers were recruited to operate their own online digital mus...
BurnLounge on Wired Blogs
You may remember a site called BurnLounge, which charged users upfront for a chance to make money selling other peoples' music, like a digital music version of Amway.If your reaction to BurnLounge was anything like mine, you quickly became frustrated by chirpy, overenthusiastic strangers infiltrating your favorite spots on the internet to hammer you with links to lame bands, subverting the norm...
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