The Advert Platform – Fourth Time’s A Charm?

Have you heard of The Advert Platform? Maybe you have heard of My Advertising Pays?

Well, same company, different names. The Advert Platform is a re-launch of a company called My Advertising Pays. If you are considering signing up as a member, or as an affiliate at The Advert Platform, this is a must-read for you.The Advert Platform Review

In this review, we will cover the basis of what the company offers if you join as an affiliate, and give you a lot to think about before joining.

Spoiler alert: Run. ?


The Advert Platform Review


The Advert Platform Pros And Cons


What is The Advert Platform?

In a nutshell, The Advert Platform (TAP) is an online advertising company and MLM, claiming to bring a ton of traffic to your website, product, or service via your advertisements that they will place for you.

The ads could be placed within TAP website, allowing for members and visitors to see them. They could also appear as pop-under ads (which are admittedly less obnoxious than pop-up ads- slightly). Or, other members of TAP would use your advertisements on their blogs or websites.

The company also guarantees a large volume of viewers will see your ads when they post them to their social media accounts, such as Twitter and Facebook.

Advert Platform Services

They also have an affiliate program, in which they claim that you can earn 10% commission on personally recruited affiliates, and you would also earn up to 10% commission on the recruitment of affiliates in your down line.

Sounds good, right??

The Problem

As stated above, TAP is a re-launch of the company known as My Advertising Pays, which came to a screeching halt in 2015.

The CEO, Mike Deese – because Ponzi schemes are frowned upon here in the U.S – tried to relaunch in Europe. Where they are also frowned upon, by the way ?

The business again imploded, and after some legal stuff, has now been relaunched in Europe as TAP. But not before he again tried to relaunch under the name MAP. 

The issue at hand is that there is no retail product being sold. The only thing that you are earning money with when you sign up as an affiliate, is the recruitment of other affiliates. That’s it.

The only source of revenue for the company was/is affiliate investment.

In legitimate affiliate marketing, there should be some item or service at the end of the rainbow. 

Most affiliates are not paid, because all the money made by the company by the new investors (affiliates) goes directly to pay off investors in the highest tiers of the program. Only a select few people are receiving any money.

There are even Facebook pages that are connecting people who were invested in the company, only to never receive any sort of payout.

The Advert Platform Scam

A Book Written By Simon Stepsys – Promoter Of TAP

It seems as if things are moving along legally now, however slowly, and these people will hopefully receive some sort of ROI.

The reason for lack of payouts?

Deese claims that VX Gateway, their former payment processor, robbed them of 60 million dollars.

Price To Join?

You can join TAP for free. However, in order to bring in the big bucks (please don’t think I am at all leading you in this direction when I mention money. I am being totally sarcastic. In no way do I recommend this program.), you have to invest.

I believe the current amount is an investment of 25 Euros, for a ROI of 27.50 Euros.

You are supposed to repeat this process over and over again.

And of course, unless your down line is investing or recruiting, you are earning zilch. But you might not see any money back anyway, so there’s that.?

Can I Earn Any Money If I Don’t Sign Up To Be An Affiliate?

Well, only if you feel comfortable posting spam and clicking on other people’s ads to give the illusion that the public is finding their ads and clicking on them.

And even then probably not.

What’s The Final Word?

Review Thumbs Down

I strongly recommend not messing with this company.

Besides the people who are obviously in the high tiers of the company and receiving mass payments, you probably won’t find a positive review, and these kinds of things aren’t worth the risk.

There are people still waiting on payments from when the company ran under its previous name.

There are legitimate ways to make money online. This is not one of them.

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I hope that this article has helped you in your search!

Have you been a member of TAP? If so, please share your experience in the comment section! We are all better off when we are informed!

Have a great day!


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4 Responses

  1. Nia M says:

    Wow! So glad I came across your post! I read about this on FB and decided to look into it. However, it looked fishy. I’m glad I did additional research before signing up. It’s crazy how there are so many programs available online nowadays, however, one has to be careful because they could just take all of your money, time, and hard work, ha. After the first 3 times Mike should have just left this program alone, aha. Thank you soooo much for this review! You have saved me and I know your review will help save others! 

    • admin says:


      You are quite welcome, and I’m so glad that you did your research before signing up for something that could have been a huge mistake! 

      It’s important to be incredibly careful when you are putting your time and money into an online business! 

      Best wishes, 


  2. Louise says:

    An insightful piece about the pitfalls of this type of company, there are so many when you search online for information and/or looking for an online opportunity.

    It’s good to have a review about this site and to have fair warning about them and their ilk. 

    A really good, informative and well written post. 

    • admin says:

      Thank you, Louise! 

      We are all better off when we are informed about some of the sneaky operations out there!

      Best wishes, 


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