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iJango Company Overview
Rayner Smith / Chief Executive Officer
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Steve Smith is the Co-founder of iJango, and previous Network Marketing Expert and Co-founder of Excel Communications. Almost three decades ago, Mr. Smith, then a well known entrepreneur, realized that a compensative marketing strategy would be an effective tool in the marketing and distribution of services, formulating a successful business model....
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Quite a bit of commentary has been generated on Cameron Sharpe, founder of iJango. Cameron Sharpe was the founder of at least three other MLM companies, Everyday Wealth, Ultimate Match and Ultimate Choice Travel....
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Steve Smith of iJango has a considerable business history with Cameron Sharpe in former ventures. Smith is also known for his success with Excel Communications....
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The Better Business Bureau has been particularly critical of iJango. The St. Louis Business Journal published an article regarding the BBB's allegation that iJango is a Pyramid Scheme:...
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iJango MLM is essentially aiming to use its web portals as a means of consolidating the Internet world by partnering with large online companies in the social network, search engine, and retail industries, such as Facebook, You Tube, and Google....
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The iJango network was started in the summer of 2009 and has grown rapidly since. iJango claims to cater to Internet marketers and online entrepreneurs world wide, via web portals that allow individuals to transact and do business, or simply surf the Internet while making a profit....
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The latest installments of iJango news are on the Internet in various places ranging from business partnership announcements, company disaffiliations, accusations suggesting pyramid schemes, and rumors of scams. iJango was recently the subject of an investigation by the Better Business Bureau....
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iJango published a September Press Release that in part addresses BBB criticism of the company:...
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Many bloggers on the Internet have posted lengthy articles stating the opinion that iJango is a Scam. One blog, Click Sniper, catalogues several links to Cameron Sharpe and his business history, as well as former partners....
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Reports of an iJango scam began shortly after the prelaunch of the beta version of the portal, when the BBB compiled a review of the iJango business model and stated it seemed to be a pyramid scheme. Opponents of iJango claim that they cannot determine what the product is and how money will be made based on the company training materials....
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iJango was in the news over the summer of 2009 relating to their Better Business Bureau review. The iJango BBB review uses consumer information and the length of time that a company has been in business as a partial basis for their ratings. Other factors in BBB ratings include how long issues take to resolve, and any concerns the BBB may have with the industry they are reviewing....
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