Often, users who do not really understand the YagiPay platform very well tend to accuse us of being scammers. Amazingly, most of these users do not use this platform and has no personal experience nor tangible evidence against the platform. A huge percent of these accusers often draw their conclusion based on their personal assumption and/or by comparing us with other platforms.
… but what can we do in such a situation? –#They_Are_Entitled_To_Their_Own_Opinion#
We can only try, and proof that we are not scammers.
Yes!, we have discovered that most of these accusations are based on either the accuser’s past experiences, the accuser’s assumptions, and/or the accuser’s mindset. Hence in scenarios where we are faced with such accusations (questions and/or statements), we tend to give some credits to the accuser, then we try to figure-out the actual reason(s) behind his/her accusation; based on the his/her reason(s), we then try our best to proof to the person that we are actually genuine (we use facts, figures, and evidences to backup our proofs). If the person is still not convinced, we then encourage him/her to carry out his/her own personal research about the platform, and if he/she is able to get any tangible/valid evidence which proofs that our platform is a scam, then we will cease our operations, and he/she can go ahead to publicize that we are scammers.
If you are a member on the YagiPay platform, then there is a very high tendency that you will also face these accusations when you are trying to convince people or invite people into the platform. Therefore, we deem it ideal to assist the YagiPay members by publicly publishing some of these accusation questions and statements, as well as providing answers to such accusations.
Some Accusation Questions/Statements
Note:: When someone accuses our platform as a scam, then you should ask him/her “Why did you think/say so?” … His/her reason could be any of the following::
Reason – 1 :: I have a strange/strong feeling that the platform is a scam
Response to Reason-1 ::
- Like I told you earlier (OR .. As you may know), I am merely a member on the platform. Just before I joined the platform, I had the same feelings that you are currently having, I went as far as carrying out some background researches on the reliability and authenticity of the platform, but I could not find any tangible evidence to proof that the platform is a scam… that enthused me into giving them a try. Sincerely, am still searching for an evidence to proof that the platform is a scam, because I will stop at nothing to let everyone know that the platform is a scam. Do you have any tangible proof against them? … If you have, please I will like to have the proof, but if you don’t, then I guess you should also give the platform a trial just like I did. Do not let your assumptions/mindset deprive you of this opportunity.
- ##_At this point, if you have received any payment from YagiPay, then you can send a screenshot of the bank alert to the accuser in order to proof that the platform truly pays._##
Reason – 2 :: Because I have seen so many of such platforms (most of them are scams).
Response to Reason-2 ::
- My Dear, I vividly understand your dread and you reserve the right to be scared based on the high rate of such scam acts currently online. But your statement is similar to concluding that all “All Africans have a dark skin colour (…simply because you know that most Africans have a dark skin colour)” which is better referred to as a Fallacy of Faulty Generalization. What am saying in essence is that although there may be a thousand and one similar platforms which has turned out to be a scam, but that does not truly imply that each and everyone of such platform is a scam ((just like in the illustration above, although most Africans have dark skin colour, but in reality, there are also some Africans with a light skin colour)). I personally understand the situation as “There are a greater number of fraudulence platforms than the genuine once”. Before I joined the platform, I did my research about the platform but did not find any negative evidence against the platform. You can also carry out your own researches, if you find any tangible negative proof against them, please get back to me with the proof. But if you didn’t find any, then I suggest that you give the platform a trial …just like I did.
Reason – 3 :: They sound to good to be true.
Response to Reason-3 ::
- Personally, I do not see that as a valid reason to back-out from the platform. What we should be concerned with is the fact that they keep their words. Moreover, every networking business that I have ever known (such as GNLD, H2i, etc) also offers such amazing lifestyles. Come to think of it, who does not want a good life? … The better the platform promises, the better for its members. What do you think?
Reason – 4 :: They use a private bank account information (instead of a corporate bank account information) for their transactions
Response to Reason-4 ::
- Before I joined the platform, I also has some negative feelings about the platform because of the private bank account information being used on the platform. In order to verify, I contacted Mr. Christopher (check www.yagipay.com/contact_us.php) and he properly addressed the issue. He also directed me to this public post (www.yagiblog.com/why-yagipay-currently-uses-a-private-bank-information-and-not-a-corporate-bank-information) for more clarification. I was still have some doubts such that I went further to carry out my own researches on the reliability and authenticity of the platform, but I could not find any tangible evidence to proof that the platform is a scam… that enthused me into giving them a try. Sincerely, am still searching for an evidence to proof that the platform is a scam, because I will stop at nothing to let everyone know that the platform is a scam. Do you have any tangible proof against them? … If you have, please I will like to have the proof, but if you don’t, then I guess you should also give the platform a trial just like I did.
Question – 1 :: What if they disappear with my money?
Response to Question-1 ::
- I do not believe that they have any intention to do such. If they had, they won’t have been bold enough to place a physical contact address/location on their contact page (www.yagipay.com/contact_us.php).
Question – 2 :: Have YagiPay paid you before?
Response to Question-2 ::
- NO,… I have not been able to make my first withdrawal from the platform because I have NOT earned up to the minimum withdrawal threshold.
- YES,… I have received a payment from YagiPay before. Check the picture that I will send to you now for a screenshot of the payment alert. ##_At this point, you send a screenshot of the alert to the person _##
In conclusion, we recommend that you apply the following strategies when responding to peoples accusations::
- Let the accuser understand that you are a mere member on the platform and can not intentionally promote a scam platform.
- Let the accuser understand that you did a personal research about the platform, and did not find any tangible proof against the platform.
- Give the accuser the option to carryout his/her own research about the platform and get back to you with his/her negative findings.
- Assure the accuser that if he/she is able to find any negative proof against the platform, then you will stop at nothing to publicize that YagiPay is a scam.
Please Note that the questions/statements above, as well as the response being provided on this page is NOT intended to put/force words into your mouth. It is your sole responsibility to ensure that you remain sincere to your prospects/people. Always tell them the truth about the YagiPay platform, as well as your true personal experience on the platform.
Also notify us whenever we are not on the right track. .. We are mere humans like you, we are not perfect.. we only try!!
Thank you for stopping by. … YagiPay is truly concerned about your financial success and independence.