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IQUnite Review – What is Going on? Is This a Scam?

Welcome to my blog… There has been some disturbing news that IQlife first became IQ Konnect and now they changed their names completely to IQUnite.  What is this company trying to do?  Why so many name changes and STILL no launch?

I am going to get to the bottom of this in this IQUnite Review!

IQUnite-Review

IQUnite Review – The Company

Website:  https://iqunite.com/

I don’t know what is up with this company.  I can’t find ANY information on their site and everything seems to be so secretive.  I wrote another review showing you how IQ Life came about which made a social network called IQ konnect.

 Check out my IQLife Review here.

Once you go through that review, you will know exactly what this company is all about.  In this blog post, I am not going to make it long…

…I am going to straight to the facts.

Before IQUnite, this social network was called IQ konnect which FAILED to launch.  It has been in PRE-Launch for the longest time.  If you read my review of IQLife, you will know what I am talking about…

An EX- IQ member has come out with this new breaking information that they changed their name to IQUnite… Why?  Keep reading.

IQUnite Scam – Why did they change Their Name?

An insider source told me some disturbing information.

Here is what this Ex-Member Said…

They are now IQUnite and have launched a basic no frills platform that will never compete with FB. If you say something or ask a q you are yelled at have your posts deleted and are eventually kicked off if you continue to not conform. There are also a lot of bible quotes used to encourage the masses. With 10,000 followers at $9.95 a pop someone is making nearly 100,000 a month after only investing a few hundred into the Dolphin Boonex social media building site, after claiming to have invested millions. If you state the facts they claim you are being negative and misrepresenting them. Please update that they are now IQUnite. They changed because when IQKonnect was googled the scam was the first thing to pop up and they did not want that to be the first thing you saw when you researched them.

This was directly from my blog post I made about IQ LIFE.

IQUnite-Scam

 

IQUnite Reviews – Conclusion

I will be honest with you… I don’t usually call companies a direct head on scam, but this seems to be one.  So they changed their name because people were calling IQ konnect a scam?  LOL…

Oh man…

Get involved at your OWN risk.  I know $10 per month isn’t a lot, but imagine you spent thousands of hours into this business and suddenly they disappear… It’s not the $10 per month that’s going to bother you, it’s the time that you put into it which you will NEVER get back.

THAT is the risk and not the $10 per month.

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Susan - November 21, 2014

http://scamiqunite.com/
This is the first thing that comes up when I google IQUnite scam. It is obviously more propaganda they wrote up to release with the new name change. If you google IQUnite scam you will see this is the only thing that will pop up in relation to IQUnite and all of the posts about IQKonnect being a scam are magically gone. These guys are master con artists and know exactly what they are doing. It sounds like iq ignite energy ( A completely different Compnay) so you also only get those scam reports in the mix with http://scamiqunite.com/ Coincidence, I think not!
Another way to try to flood out the simple truth that they are a scam. Gotta give them credit for being ingenious enough to get to be this sneaky.

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    Jesse Singh - November 21, 2014

    Susan,

    I will out rank them in a week or two. There is something I can do better than IQUnite…. Rank on the top of Google 🙂

    Thank you again for shedding this information… You possibly helped thousands of people not getting ripped off.

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    Yeshe - January 30, 2015

    Do you think Apple is a scam? What about MacDonalds? What about any great venture? Do any of you REALLY know what’s going on? Jesse is lying to promote his own company. Anyone who goes with such a corrupted person is a fool!

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      Jesse Singh - January 30, 2015

      Yeshe,

      Those companies are well established and actually LAUNCHED. IQLife, IQ Konnect and now IQ Unite is still launching or trying to.

      I am promoting alternatives that actually work and launched. Not only that, I am promoting things that actually work.

      You are the typical IQ rep getting all angry.

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      Cynthia - March 2, 2015

      You don’t even know how to spell McDonalds lol Obviously another dumb hick who bought into Yvy’s scam.

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Michelle - November 21, 2014

I have also witnessed what has been said above. I had several of my posts deleted for not being conservative enough and not praising the new beta platform I was so “blessed” to get to try first. Will they censor like this once they let the public on? I doubt the public will even convert for free unfortunately.

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    Jesse Singh - November 21, 2014

    I don’t know what they are trying to pull, but I never seen this ever before.

    They change the name of the social media platform because people wrote it was a scam on Google?

    LOL…

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    Yeshe - January 30, 2015

    You are wrong!

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bryan - November 27, 2014

I’ve been digging around a bit to see what I could find out about iqkonnect / iqunite, and this is what I’ve found so far. Four names come up, Ivy Johnson, Dalton Dooly, Keith Reid, and Marty Johnson. More research is needed on these guys, but so far, from what little I know, I wouldn’t trust these guys with a single dollar much less ten. As for their social platform, I seriously doubt they have the ability to code something as complicated as a fully functioning social network. I believe one of us here with some computer tech skills should delve a bit deeper in this and see exactly what these clowns are up to by joining to see what is really going on. My ideas on this are: They are making money in a couple ways.. The 10$ a month, collecting names and emails etc to sell, using the info collected for a ready pool of marks for their next “business”. What do you think??
Bryan

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    Grant - December 9, 2014

    Dalton Dooley used Dolphin Boonex to create the current platform. It only cost a few hundred, not millions to create, and a kid could put it together. No real knowledge needed to put together a platform with Dolphin. I would also like to see someone dig deeper, such as the IRS on these scammers.

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      Jesse Singh - December 9, 2014

      Grant,

      That’s for that information 🙂

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      Yeshe - January 30, 2015

      You people know NOTHING! Instead of wasting your time on false accusations, lies, conjecture and slander, consider that people who put iQ down may have something to gain from it.

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        Jesse Singh - January 30, 2015

        I think you are living in a box and don’t realize what IQ is really doing.

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          Empowered - March 14, 2015

          If you spent as much time actually working on this, instead of immersing yourself in lies and negativity, you might see a totally different story.

          Btw, did you know that you could be sued for all this slander?

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          Jesse Singh - March 14, 2015

          I am going on people’s experiences so far with the company.

          I would never work this business after getting feedback of so many people 😉

          Good luck anyway.

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Ronin - January 17, 2015

you stupid morons think you can get away with this Slandering ?(:

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    Jesse Singh - January 17, 2015

    Stupid morons?

    Another IQUnite brain washed member. How mature of you, people are going to jump in your business now.

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      Mark DeForest - January 20, 2015

      I was threatened today on Facebook hahahah with legal action form saying the only ones making a profit are the guys at the top. My opinion, these people are worse than a cult.

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    Mark DeForest - January 20, 2015

    How is the truth slander? bring it on!

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      Jesse Singh - January 21, 2015

      People like Ronin are the people who ruin it for everyone.

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      Yeshe - January 30, 2015

      Why are you all so threatened by iQUnite? You have NO idea what you are talking about and your accusations are groundless! You are trashing something you know NOTHING about!

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        Jesse Singh - January 30, 2015

        Yeshe,

        They are going on experience with the company so far.

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        Charlotte - March 2, 2015

        As an ex member, I can attest to the facts that are posted here. So can the many others who were sucked in by those they trusted most only to discover the truth. This is a cult, and Yvy is amazing at swaying people with hyped up religious garbage, while censoring or kicking people out who do not go along with his views and choose to ask educational questions. There should be a forum for ex-members to educate others. I think everyone is too afraid to do it, because Yvy is a very threatening man

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George - January 19, 2015

Ronin must be Yvy. Sure sounds like his arrogant demeanor lol. Guy thinks he is God. As another stated, just move your cult to Guyana already. I am sure they will love the Kool Aid and you will continue to get the power trip boost you so desperately need.

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    Jesse Singh - January 20, 2015

    It’s said people use God to take advantage of people…

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    Yeshe - January 30, 2015

    If anyone is arrogant it’s Jesse. Ivy, a southern name, btw, is one of the most modest, humble heartfelt people you could ever meet.

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      Jesse Singh - January 30, 2015

      Ouch,

      You really hurt my feeling there.

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      Cynthia - March 2, 2015

      Have you seen Yvy’s pictures of the lifestyle he leads? Clearly not very down to earth in my opinion living in a mansion in CA, and living the life of a celebrity on money that is being scammed from people are not well educated and actually really need the money to support their families. I will give Yvy praise for being an amazing scammer. Wow, if I wasn’t a person with morals I would also do something like he is, but I could not live with myself for doing this to people. Karma is a …… It is bound to catch up with these people eventually! Ironic he uses religion as a key motivator to suck in and pray on the religious folks. He does have a lot of members from the bible belt who would easily fall pray to these tactics.
      I really don’t care what Jesse is doing here. You don’t have to sign up for anything if you don’t wish to. I am just grateful he has a platform to discuss and inform people of the truth.

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Mike Sportun - February 23, 2015

Hey everyone, any word on a launch date for this company yet?

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    Jesse Singh - February 24, 2015

    Hey Mike,

    I am not from this company, but haven’t seen this launched.

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      Mike Sportun - March 6, 2015

      Crazy, I have friends involved in this fiasco and I frightens me that they honestly believe they are in for great riches. I love MLM but this here is bad news for all of us.

      Don’t drink the kool-aid!

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The watcher - July 6, 2015

Is there any further news concerning iq unite?
Have they launched there company to the public?
Are they still receiving 1st inviters?
Thanks for any information….

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Oxford Guy - January 12, 2016

Still no launch lol. What a joke. I must admit the guy on top is genius. He goes about living it up, but it saddens me he targets and scams the most vulnerable people. It seems they religious and southern are most naive and buy right into this mans scheme.

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Jennie - January 13, 2017

So whatever happened to this? Did they actually launch?
There should be a class action lawsuit to get the money back!t
This is insane how they disappeared and nobody ever talked about it again since 2014. Now what do the morons who defended this scam have to say lol.

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