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AllAdvantage is broke

AllAdvantage is broke

What began so promisingly as an Internet banner marketing service two years ago has now bottomed out with the bankruptcy of AllAdvantage. The system, based on the snowball principle, had already started to limit the payments to the members for some time.

The services, which were once so great for sale had to be shortened after a while. As a first measure, the hourly pay and the number of hours paid were reduced, which, while raising the payout threshold, led to a great deal of discontent among the almost 7 million members. The remaining credit should still be paid out and the data will not be passed on to third parties, at least that's what it says on the homepage. What will become of the workforce is not yet entirely clear. Of the once 600 employees, only 20 remain, who will probably make their skills and know-how available to the business-to-business market.

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