It’s been a while since I last reviewed an income program over here, and it’s for a good cause. I’m spending a lot more time on my laptop to prepare something interesting, and it’s here, finally.
You might have heard of Starworld, and you might even be contemplating signing up for it. Although it has no unique features, its borrowed features are great enough to attract even the best of us.
But the main question is: “is Starworld.com.ng designed to last long?”
In this objective Starworld review, you’ll learn all there is to know about Star world, the registration fee, the offering, and most importantly: “if Starworld is legit or a scam.”
Without further ado, let’s jump into this Starworld review.
What is Starworld?
Starworld is “just another” income program that promises returns when you perform certain activities. It is open to anyone, and you can just sign up, perform the required tasks, and start earning.
But is that really the case?
Can you just sign up and start earning?
You and I know that no income program will pay you just like that. There must always be strings attached.
In the subsequent sections of this Starworld review, I’ll be analyzing the features of Starworld.com.ng, and you’ll learn how this income program differs from the rest, and why you should, or should not join Starworld.
How Starworld works
Starworld isn’t a unique platform by any means. It copies from the features of previously existing (or crashed) income programs, just like everyone else.
In that sense, anyone who is experienced with online investments should be familiar with most of Starworld’s features.
Starworld, like other similar income programs, requires a registration fee and has a number of tasks that you’re required to complete to make money from the platform.
At this juncture, you should be anxious to learn more about the details that actually fetch you bucks, and that’s exactly what is next on the list.
How to make money on Starworld
When you sign up for Starworld, you’ll be required to complete some activities that will enable you to earn, as is the case with most other income programs.
On Starworld, there are two divisions of activities that you’ll be paid for; referrals and activities earnings. For someone with experience with similar income programs, these terms won’t be strange.
However, I’ll go into details for the rest of us.
Activities earnings on Starworld
There are a couple of activities that are rewarded on Starworld. When you carry out any of these activities, you will be credited with the corresponding amount.
Here is a list of activities that you’ll be paid to do on Starworld.
- Daily Login
Starworld pays you N150 to log into your account once every day. This only applies to your first login for the day. Any subsequent logins after the first won’t be rewarded, so you can only get a peak login bonus of N150 every day.
- Sponsored post
Starworld publishes a sponsored post at least once every day. Every registered member is expected to share this sponsored post to their Facebook profiles.
When you share the sponsored post, you’ll be rewarded with N500, and if you do this consistently for the full week, you’d have earned N3,500 in extra revenue.
- Sign up bonus
Once you sign up for Star world, you’ll be rewarded with N1,000 instantly. This sign-up bonus will be paid with your earnings when you exceed the minimum withdrawal threshold.
- Selling coupon code
If you become a coupon distributor for Star-world, you’ll be paid on a commission-based structure. Your earnings will be proportional to how many coupons you can sell.
You earn N100 as a profit for selling the coupon, and you can sell as many as you like daily.
Referral earnings on Starworld.com.ng
In addition to earning from certain activities carried out on the platform, you can also get paid for inviting others to Starworld.
The commission you’re paid for inviting others is known as referral commission, and it is N1,700, according to information gotten from their website.
However, rumors have it that the amount might be reviewed downwards to N1,200, but we could not verify those claims.
How to register for Starworld.com.ng
If Starworld looks like a great idea to you, you shouldn’t be amazed when I tell you that you’re required to sign up to get started.
While signing up isn’t a big deal, you’ll actually be required to purchase a coupon before you’ll be allowed to sign up.
The coupon sells for the registration fee, which is N2,500. Once you have the money handy, you can follow the steps below to register for Starworld.
- Open the official Starworld website URL (starworld.com.ng), and click on Vendor at the top menu.
- Choose one of the official coupon vendors and purchase a Coupon. You can contact any vendor on WhatsApp.
- When you have a coupon, head back to the website and click on “Register” from the homepage.
- In the space provided for your coupon code, enter the code you got from the vendor and click on “Apply.”
- Complete the rest of the form as required, and click “SUBMIT” when you’re done.
Is Starworld Legit or a Scam?
It depends on how you define legit.
Legit, as in paying right now, or, legit, as in paying consistently over the long term. As for the former, Starworld passes fine, but for the latter, we have to rely on guesses and speculations.
In this section of this Starworld.com.ng review, we’ll see if Starworld is considering to be alive for the foreseeable future.
As is the practice here, we’ll be analyzing some points about the website, before making (or leaving you to make) a conclusion.
Here they are.
Starworld.com.ng is relatively young. It’s currently 1 month and three weeks old as I write.
However, it has been exploding in popularity, which means it is paying members at the moment.
At the moment, I couldn’t verify the brains behind Starworld. It is such a sad thing that creators and managers of income programs nowadays do not reveal their identities; sounds more like planning failure from the start.
Is Starworld a scam? | Starworld review
All has been said about Starworld, and it’s exactly about the time when we decide if the income program is a legitimate one.
Currently, there are speculations that Starworld is paying, and will continue to pay for a while. However, we at The Tech Ninjas generally don’t think the income program is designed to last long, due to its striking similarities to failed programs.
However, you don’t take our word for it, as firsthand experience is always the best way to determine the legitimacy of a program.
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