There are numerous online investments I wish to let many people know about, but I can only do that one at a time due to research purposes. However, I’m bringing to you another investment platform called Actify which unsurprisingly doesn’t seem to stray much away from other investment platforms when it comes to how it works.
We’re going to take a good look at how this platform works, the red flags and green flags to help answer the question if Actify is legit or not, and note that we’re not paid to write about it. We’re doing this on our own accord.
Actify stands for ‘Activating Financial Stability.’ This platform pays individuals for sharing sponsored ads daily to their social media handles. Like I said before, this is a familiar way to run a platform as we’ve seen platforms like Billion TraderX, Holex, and so many other sites utilize this business model in recent times.
They claim to be making money from sharing sponsored ads for companies. However, all the ads are geared at promoting Actify alone. This leaves us with the question, where do they find the money they pay to members?
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We won’t go into how Actify works because we’ve got an insight about this platform one way or the other already, so let’s see how members get to earn on this platform.
How do you earn on Actify?
There are basically four ways through which you earn (make money) on this platform. They are:
- Daily Login: You earn 143 points when you log in daily.
- Ads Share: You earn 250 points when you share an ad on social media.
- System Share: 200 points are shared automatically by the system on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.
- Referrals: You earn a sum of N1,000 when you refer a friend to the platform. However, it is optional.
The number of points you earn for daily login and ad sharing differs from one package to another, and you get to withdraw after 30 days of making your subscription purchase. There are seven subscription plans in total that you can go for. They are:
- Invest: N3,000
- Daily Return: N220
- Total ROI: N6,600
- Referral Bonus: N1,000
- Invest: N5,000
- Daily Return: N383
- Total ROI: N11,490
- Referral Bonus: N1,500
- Invest: N10,000
- Daily Return: N633
- Total ROI: N18,990
- Referral Bonus: N2,000
- Invest: N20,000
- Daily Return: N1,133
- Total ROI: N33,990
- Referral Bonus: N3,000
- Invest: N50,000
- Daily Return: N2,600
- Total ROI: N78,000
- Referral Bonus: N5,000
- Invest: N100,000
- Daily Return: N5,300
- Total ROI: N159,000
- Referral Bonus: N6,000
- Invest: N150,000
- Daily Return: N8,100
- Total ROI: N243,000
- Referral Bonus: N7,000
If you’ve given it a thought on joining this platform, here’s how you can go about it. The first step you need to take is to:
- Get an E-Pin (You can get this from any of their vendors). Click here to see the list of their vendors.
- Go to Actify.ng registration page.
- Select the membership plan you purchased, enter your E-Pin where necessary, fill in your account information and click register.
You’re now a member. You can start sharing ads to earn daily. It’s as simple as that! Actify.ng was launched on the 4th of January, 2021, it’s more than a month old, and they’ve been paying up till now, which is a positive sign. This platform also introduced a new reward program that gifts you a free investment package when your 5 referrals subscribe to packages worth at least N50,000.
Not minding that fact, there’s still a huge problem with knowing who the management is. This platform lacks a recognized owner.
To conclude, we’ve come across similar sites like this, and they’ve all paid up to an extent. We can’t stop you from joining this platform or forcing you to join either. What we can do for you is to provide information about this platform to alert you of what you’re going into.
Always know that if you want to join a platform like this, always invest what you can afford to lose just in case things go sideways. So, what do you think about this Actify review? Do you think it’s legit or a scam? Let us know in the comment section below.