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Boostpal Review: Scam Or Legit? Find Out…

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Quite a number of people have contacted me to seek my opinion about an investment program called boostpal; boostpal.co.uk.
So I thought it wise to draft this review and share it with everyone, since its popularity is growing rapidly.
I won’t talk too much about this, I’m just going to hit the hammer right on the nail.


As Cited on their website, they claim:

“Boostpal is a Paid-Video-Impression (PVI) platform that allows buyers of digital advertising inventory to manage multiple ad exchange and data exchange accounts through one interface & on a Pay-Per-Impression Model.


We’re an independent advertising technology company, born in the UK’s creative hub.
Bristol is the Birthplace of Boostpal Global We also have a commercial team in London and operational leadership in San Francisco, taking the Boostpal vision worldwide.”


I actually heard of Boostpal about a month and half ago, and at first site, I noticed a lot of Red Flags about Boostpal that you need to pay attention to.



Boostpal claim they are based in the UK, located at the address “35 Old Gloucester St, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 8AX, UK,London, United Kingdom”.
Well, the address exists, no doubt, but Boostpal is not situated there.
That is a virtual office; the owners just copied a UK address from the web.
If you know anyone residing in London, let them verify the authenticity of Boostpal at the cited address!

The website looks cheap for the type of services they render.
Looks like a group of persons just came together, paid for a server and cheap hosting, masked their concealed modus operandi with the “Paid Video Impression” business model, and voila, Boostpal was born on the internet!

3.Compensation Plan
Boostpal claims it generates revenue from the monies advertisers pay per video impression.
As indicated on their website, each 30 seconds video impression earns you $0.40!
That is incredibly horrendous!
Even the globe’s largest video streaming company; Youtube, don’t get paid a quarter of that by advertisers!
Advertisers pay Youtube around $10 to $12  per 1000 views on the average!
45% of that goes to Youtube, and the rest goes to owner of the video.
Why in your wildest thoughts do you think advertisers would pay Boostpal more than Youtube?
This should tell you a lot, unless you are convinced Boostpal is bigger than Youtube!


According to the Ghanaian investors, withdrawals and deposits via a local media: Mobile Money, is possible!
A company based in UK, accepts Ghanaian and other African local currencies, wonderful!

Lately, I don’t promote any business if it is not registered and has no license to operate in its country of operation.
Aside the worrying fact that the owners have concealed their identities, every registered business in the UK should be listed on companieshouse.gov.uk, t
hat is the first test.
Boostpal has failed even the first test.


Second test- For a more in-depth test, the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority), UK- www.fca.org.uk, holds the mandate to regulate every investment entity in the UK.
A UK company not listed on FCA, that doesn’t have the license from FCA to operate, is not legit.
Boostpal failed this test too.

Lately, I invest in, and promote registered businesses ONLY, you need to follow suit.


Boostpal only uses the videos as cover up for their Ponzi scheme.
Message their support team and demand an explanation as to how they generate such high revenue from the videos, and watch them go dumb or lie.
Even Youtube, the world’s video streaming powerhouse can’t afford to pay such returns.

They will exit after they hit their target, just like Bitworld and many others did.
Stop chasing after very huge returns and focus on sustainable programs.



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About karisma

Emmanuel Osei aka Karisma, is a blogger, a/an network/online marketer, and a content creator. Emmanuel studied Public Administration at The University Of Ghana Business School. After four years working experience in the shipping industry, Emmanuel finally decided to throw his certificate under his bed, and pursue his entrepreneurial ambitions. He is also an online business coach. Contact: smartincomeoffice@gmail.com

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  1. My Bro I was about to learn more from you until i realize the link to your free Crypto is not working………lol but thats a very good opinion but i read wide about them and realize the explained much of
    1.Why and how they accept mobile money.
    2.Though its not a lengthy thing but investing early is a huge advantage

    There is a guy eho has also earn from them and explain even how you can even withdraw from their site and here is he link to his
    page http://tiny.cc/a883zy

    So on my opinion I think one can join and make it but should not let it be where he want to make a residual or passive income and avoid investing high.Cos even betting people do it,lol.
    Thank you.

  2. So it your mining, that is real…
    You are the real scammer.

    Boost pal has been existence for 3 years,and they have never failed in payment provided you stick to their terms….

    Why would some run a ponzi scheme and pay with bitcoins,only transaction fees alone will kill such company..

    Why different bitcoin address ???

    Yes the site is under construction.

    Plz no body should fall this guys ,mining o.
    Mining is ponzi .

  3. Hello, out of curiosity I signed up for the scam and it was too easy to realize the “ponzi” scheme. It claims to pay these huge returns than what YouTube pays its creators. Note, they are asking the members to watch these same videos so they pay them huge for watching. I agree with all you have mentioned above. After careful analysis i had to advice my clients not to sign up for this scheme as they will be duped. But I realized one interesting thing after watching the person I will assume is the owner of the site post this video on YouTube to shut your review out, “Is BoostPal a Scam? Unbiased review from a User (51-day review)” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIIzKKLRduY&t=502s, videos under the YouTube Section of the boostpal membership earn page is all his. As at the time of my review, there are 5 videos by the person i assume.

    For all the hungry online investors out there, a UK claimed site won’t ask you to make deposits via Mobile money and Perfect Money when PAYPAL, VISA, MASTERCARD are their preferred method of payments online as it’s more secure.Thread cautiously. IT’s JSUT ANOTHER P2P Scheme. – I Advice on Online security.

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