ZNZ Experience with Libby Robles

Updated on: by Miranda Grimm

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Today’s post is sort of a difficult one for me. ZNZ or Zip Nada Zilch is a company I have been asked about multiple times. While I never really considered it a scam- I was definitely quick to file it away under the ‘not worth your time’ category. ZNZ is an affiliate marketing company. They pay you for bringing new customers to try out their client’s products. Many ZNZ affiliates can be slimy about how they advertise the ZNZ products and gain new referrals. Which is why I was quick to brush off ZNZ. But, it seemed every time I turned a corner there was another person I knew becoming a ZNZ marketer.

When I learned Libby Robles, a long-time Facebook friend of mine was making a LOT of money- I realized I couldn’t continue to ignore ZNZ. Libby helped me understand all about Zip Nada Zilch and although I have chosen not to pursue this myself- I decided to face this opportunity head on.

Check out the conversation Libby and I had on Facebook Chat:


Libby Meet ZNZ

Miranda: How were you introduced to ZNZ and what were your initial thoughts?

Libby Robles: I was introduced through a friend of mine. At first I thought, Hmmmm I’m not to sure about this. I need to make some money- I’m a single mom and don’t have time to waste on a what if …

Miranda: At what point did you become more excited about the ZNZ program?

Libby Robles: I prayed about it and watched my friend post the money she was making. I knew she was an honest good person. I knew if she was making money so could I. At that point I decided to set a goal. I started Nov 26 and I gave myself until Dec 15th to do this with a positive attitude and give it everything I had. I prayed and said, “with your help God” ….

Then, I set a “money goal”: If I could just make 500.00 by Dec 15th I would be thrilled. I asked my friend, “do you think I can make 500.00?” she laughed and said, “YES I think you are selling yourself short. I think you will make a lot more than that if you work at it.”

On Dec 15th I had made OVER $2,000! That was doing ZNZ part time while still keeping my other Work at Home Job, running my kids to ball practice and doing everyday life as a single mother

Miranda: So was all of the $2,000 from ZNZ?

Libby Robles: YES, Every penny of that was from ZNZ . That 2000 does not included my other Work at Home Income.
To date: in one month I am well over $3000 and knocking on the 4,000 door. Today alone I made $303.


How it Works

Miranda: So, ZNZ- is a marketing company who has a unique way of gaining customers for their big-name clients. ZNZ affiliates, such as yourself, are rewarded for getting referrals or their friends to sign up as customers for their clients- correct?

Libby Robles: YES. That’s exactly how it works. They have great clients.

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Miranda: I have looked through ZNZ’s clients and they include companies we all know like Blockbuster, Gamefly, Vista Print and so on. Can you tell me briefly how you make money by referring customers to ZNZ’s client’s?

Libby Robles: Each link has trial offers to companies like you mention . You must do the offers yourself first. The offers must add up to 1.0 credit value. (There is a credit value above the offer.) The offers must be done in Google chrome or Firefox, you must keep the offers active 80 percent of the time. And then if you feel the offer is not right for you , you may cancel and will not be charged as long as you cancel before the trial period is over. I Decided to keep Gamefly for my kids. They LOVE it. And we also decided to keep Blockbuster. There are credit monitoring and reporting companies on there as well where you can get your credit report and SCORE FREE. I did those as well. I am sure glad I did because they had someone else with a Social Security number one off of mine on my report!! I would have never known unless I did the offer. I was able to get that all cleared up and removed from my credit.

Miranda: Do all of the offers require you to register for trials and do they cost anything initially?

Libby Robles: All the offers do require you to try them and there are PLENTY at no cost however there are some that do cost . It depends on what offer you would like to try. I did Cooking Club and it cost $3.00 HOWEVER, I get three months of magazines and they send you kitchen gadgets to try and keep.

Miranda: So do you earn anything for your first credit?

Libby Robles: Your first credit(s) earned will pay whoever referred you to ZNZ. Then, EVERY person who signs up under you, completing the offers, earns you 20.00 per person from ZNZ and on ZNZ Big Cash you are paid 80.00 per person.

Miranda: So, there are two portals? ZNZ and ZNZ Big Cash? Can you choose to just focus on one?

Libby Robles: you can but I am not sure why you would … They both have great offers. And why stop at 20.00 when you can make 100.00?

Miranda: Okay, to be sure I am clear- your first credit doesn’t earn YOU money, it earns your referral person money. (kind of obvious now that I type it out lol)

Libby Robles: Right, you don’t make money until someone does the offers under your link. The person you signed up under makes money from the offers you do. It’s not a Multi-Level- so you don’t earn anything additional from the earnings of people who sign up under you.


Money, Hurdles and Commitments

Miranda: So you can earn as much as $100 per person who signs up and fills out offers using your referral? They simply must use Chrome or Firefox browsers and must wait out their trial period by at least 80 percent before canceling? Seems simple enough.

But I am sure you have faced some difficulties with this. What would you say is the most common hurdle that someone wanting to begin making money with ZNZ will face? And do you have any suggestions from your experience on how to overcome it?

Libby Robles: Yes, you can make $100 per person. The main hurdle I have come against is people thinking they will forget to cancel their trial offer. I explain to them how I did it: I printed out a calendar page and wrote the date I need to cancel, the company and their phone number. Then I put it above my desk .

Miranda: Beyond needing to cancel any subscriptions or offers you sign up for- are there any commitments? In other words, if you decide you don’t feel like following through or lets even say ZNZ decides to shut their doors- Will you be out anything?

Libby Robles: NOT a thing !!! You don’t pay ZNZ a thing. They pay you!!! It’s zero start up cost.

Miranda: What if I am not a very social person online and don’t have many online contacts. Would I be able to succeed? Did YOUR success come from being popular online?

Libby Robles: lol lol NO. Most of the people I have under me are complete strangers. I post my ad on the internet. People need work and they are willing to work if there are no start up cost.

Miranda: Does it cost you anything to post ads or are you using sites like Craigslist to post for free?

Libby Robles: I post only on free sites. HOWEVER there are companies where you can pay $5.00 and they will post like 100 ads for you. But I post my own.

Miranda: How much time a day do you spend working on ZNZ?

Libby Robles: Hard to say. I do it here and there. When someone sends me an email etc. I would say no more then 2-3 hours a day- but that’s broken up.
Sometimes more if someone needs some help understanding how it works. I do talk to them on the phone and walk them thru step by step.

My team offers FREE training and Support. There are over 250 members in my group all willing to help.

Miranda: So you have a team? Can you tell me more about that?

Libby Robles: Sure, my team is on Facebook. There are groups made on Facebook where my team has all their training and hands on help. My team consist of my sponsor, the people under her, the people she is under and myself as well as the people under me. There is plenty of help 24/7.

Miranda: The main final question I have is, reasonably speaking, if someone was willing to spend at least 5 hours a day working with ZNZ, do you think they could make $100 a day (that would be a rate of $20 an hour).

Libby Robles: $100.00 a day is a cake walk I would say more like 200.00 to 300.00.
I have yet to go a day without making $100.00 even Christmas Eve AND EVEN Christmas Day- I still made 100.00 each day and I wasn’t even working.

Miranda: I would instinctively next ask “if it were so simple, then wouldn’t every one be doing it?” But from my research and the number of questions I have received about ZNZ, it is clear to me that there are a LOT of people signing up for ZNZ. This is sort of becoming old news!

So, I think most of the readers will expect to find out- how and when does ZNZ pay out?

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Libby Robles: As soon as your sign up completes an offer you will get a email from ZNZ telling you who signed up and that they completed their offer. You log in and there is a green banner telling you to put in your order. You click on the banner, your order is placed and you are paid out that day !!! In rare cases the next day.

Miranda: Through PayPal I am guessing since that was an option on the site? How long does it generally take for someone’s offers to complete?

Libby Robles: Yes, PayPal and 30 minutes.

Miranda: Oh wow, so you don’t have to wait it out and make sure they live out their 80 percent time period for their trials?

Libby Robles: No it pays out right then when they sign up.
No waiting!! That’s ONE of the best parts.


Get Started or Learn More

If you would like to learn more about ZNZ and possibly become a marketing partner then look Libby Robles up on Facebook or email her at [email protected]. Libby is willing to work with her team members via phone in case you need any help or have any questions.

Visit Libby’s ZNZ Big Cash link and her ZNZ link to begin earning your credits and become a ZNZ Marketing affiliate today.

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December 30, 2012 at 10:37 pm

great informative interview, not for me though. I’m not a seller at all. For those that are this may be perfect for you all.

Miranda Grimm

December 30, 2012 at 10:58 pm

I am with you TraceyJoy. My skill level for selling is really low. Seems like a pretty simple thing to do though and I must admit- I am very tempted to try it out and make a few hundred bucks. But I have my eggs in enough baskets. Just not sure I could keep up with anything else.

Kyle Quillin

March 14, 2014 at 12:35 pm

ZNZ is a great company. They have many branches. My personal favorites are ZNZ one and ZNZ two. Big Cash isn’t one i’d recommend but that’s just me. You can find more information here. http://www.admarketjobs.com

Leisa Good

December 31, 2012 at 8:49 am

Very interesting post, Miranda. I also know Libby Robles, and would consider her someone trustworthy.

I actually haven’t heard about this particular affiliate marketing company, but it does sound like there is money to be made.

Thanks for the article.


December 31, 2012 at 10:33 am

I have been signed up with them for quite a while. I completed the offers, but didn’t receive credit, so I just put it off to the side. I still receive emails of new leads. I really need to get back into it and see what I can make of it. Thanks for this post Miranda!

Miranda Grimm

December 31, 2012 at 10:56 am

That would be frustrating though, to not get credit for your trials. Normally I wouldnt even suggest anyone try somethign like this. I would just worry it would end up being a waste of time that might be better spent elsewhere. But Libby is someone I have known online since before the existance of Work at Home Adventures! lol. I am extremely impressed by how much money she has earned. The cool thing is that she is taking part of it and giving back to her community. I think she is paying for several kid’s memberships to the Boys and Girls club or something like that. But it is great to see her having an excess of money and so excited about what all she can do to help others with it. Very inspiring!


January 2, 2013 at 5:39 am

Yeah, it got me frustrated because let’s face it, canceling trial errors with some companies is like pulling out teeth! Lol


May 5, 2013 at 2:37 pm

oh, all you have to do is file a support ticket thats what i had to do also


January 23, 2014 at 10:42 am


Ervin Conde

January 26, 2014 at 12:21 pm

Hi Starnella, I am about to sign up for this and I have a great sponsor that is guiding me through it and also have signed up for other companies, if you are interested in making money, please contact me.


January 2, 2013 at 10:36 pm

This is very tempting … but I just have a hard time asking people to sign up for things 🙁 But wow, that seems like a lot of money!

Lennie M

January 8, 2013 at 11:12 am

I did znz with the promise that I’d get help from my sponsor. She was there loyally up until I signed up then she was so busy to help me. I did cancel the trials with no hassle, but, I must admit they get you somehow and someway. I mean you still have to pay the shipping on some and if you don’t keep the product some companies will still charge you a small fee so you do end up losing in the end if you don’t get someone to sign up under you. I did not feel it was worth my time at all…it was more hassle and a waste of money than anything. Nowadays, people are not easily convinced to sign up for a trial for which you have to use a credit card and then get them to cancel….it’s a lot of work. I do not recommend it although they are legit.


March 20, 2013 at 2:43 am

I wish I had the guts to put the effort into this. I see lots of money being made with it, and I’d certainly like to get my hand in that cookie jar, but I just suck at this kind of stuff.


September 11, 2013 at 3:11 am

hi, I was just wondering what was the facebook group that libby robles talked about.


September 28, 2013 at 7:12 pm

Hi, I’m reading the pros and cons of ZNZ. They shouldn’t advertise this as “free” since we have to put out money here and there. I have lots of time to do this, but am skeptical. I sure wish I knew someone personally to encourage me how to do this business. I know this can be done with proper training and support. Since I’m not computer literate, it will take more time for me to understand the marketing techniques.


October 3, 2013 at 8:38 pm

Awesome post! I like how you turned it into a conversation. That’s cool never seen that before. I also been a PROUD member of ZNZ for over 2 years now and can’t say anything bad about it yet.

I have been using free system that capture leads, automatically follows up with your leads and there is a step by step tutorial explaining how to get started and set everything up. It works like magic just send traffic and cash out.

Just thought I would let you know, makes like so much easier.. Check it out when you get a chance. http://ezopds.com

Keep up the good work! your website looks awesome!


October 16, 2013 at 9:51 am

Hi I need someone to explain to me in spanish the znzn I’m a memeber already but i dont understand to well this plese contact me in my e- mail thanks.

Ervin Conde

January 26, 2014 at 12:38 pm

Hola Janiris, I speak spanish and I can explain this to you a bit more if you want.


November 17, 2013 at 5:33 pm

This is a helpful review. I see that they don’t offer residuals and it seems like you have to keep referring people in order to get paid. I don’t know if I like that program. I’m looking at doing North American Power, a green energy alternative with no products to sell. I get tired of selling products after products.


November 22, 2013 at 2:39 pm

Does anyone recommend a work at home site that is better then znz?

Fernando Salas

November 26, 2013 at 4:07 am

Hey, wanna know what happened with this, did you join?

Also, is it only available on the US?

Bill Mckenzie

November 28, 2013 at 10:01 am

Yes I did join, and guess what? I’m making money with minimal effort, it’s amazing!


November 30, 2013 at 6:34 pm

I joined and I have yet to make any money. I’ve contacted for assistance, but she disappeared from the face of the earth. I don’t want to give up because i need to extra income. So, you’re successful and is willing to share of helpful tips, can you please contact me?

lisa hamilton

December 14, 2013 at 2:15 am

Isn’t it contradictory to say that you cannot cancel the offers before you’ve completed 80% of the free trials for ppl to get credit but then turn around and say you get the money that day or the next? I mean if you get paid and then the person cancels at say 50% complete what do they do? Deduct the payment back?? Just sounds like a scam. It dosent even make any sense what so ever.


December 18, 2013 at 11:18 pm

Lisa, with ZNZ you are getting paid to refer people to TRY an offer whether they keep it or not. If they decide to cancel before 80% of their trial is up they are the ones that don’t receive credit so they cannot be a part of ZNZ and start their own bussiness. You still get paid without ANY deduction! It’s their loss. 🙂

Kurt Speno

April 26, 2014 at 4:27 pm

Hi Miranda,

Being a Christian as well, I’m questioning just how ethical ZNZ actually is. Do you think all of the participating companies have full knowledge of and are ‘okay’ with a company that is set up specifically for profit by bringing in 1000’s upon 1,000’s of people that for the most part, are looking to (in advance) opt in and then opt out solely for the benefit of ZNZ?

I’m not trying to be a ‘naysayer’ here as I’m really wanting to get involved but just can’t imagine their being full disclosure and the entities involved welcoming this type of practice. Sure, some ZNZ reps will sign up for certain services but that would be rather insignificant in light of the vast multitudes who won’t. Please advise, thanks!

Miranda Grimm

April 27, 2014 at 5:24 pm

I think you are absolutely valid on your concerns. The right way of doing business, if interested, is to be completely straight forward about your intentions and the way ZNZ operates. If you feel you cannot do that without feeling “wrong” then I believe the Holy Spirit may be telling you this isn’t for you.

The problem a lot of times is that people feel the need to lie about ZNZ or cover up the ultimate goal. But the service itself is exactly what the businesses want. Now, they want committed referrals who have a genuine interest. But I imagine that they are happy to get as many people to test out their service as possible- in hopes you may fall in love and keep it.

My personal opinion is that this is an ethical opportunity- but it requires ethical people to market it and not make it ugly, untrue and scammy. Does that make sense?


October 9, 2014 at 1:18 pm

i was hooked on this for awhile. but then after signing up and finish all the credits i need, suddenly i realized it is a waste of time for me. because doing all the offers take a lot of time to consider like signing up and canceling it right after. in the long run, the marketer who ask u to sign up earns money from you first.

what ever she asked you to do is the same exact way you will do for the future people who can fall (believe) on this marketing strategies too. I myself is not good in marketing schemes like that. it sounds too good to be true but it takes a lot of time to build an audience who are willing to risk this kind of scheme. (their time, credit card–or even their SSN) it is legit! but this ZNZ thing is a “TALENT”. i believe, if they are making money out of it i guess they have the skill to encourage people and almost “brainwashing people” to try and sign up. if you don’t have the power to do the same thing like what you guys said about “ethics”… then this is not for you.

i would rather work at home and stand for 6-8 hours baking cake and design it at least I have a good product to sell that people can actually appreciate it and taste it, in exchange to their “HARD EARNED MONEY”.

please like my page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CakesbyjVenerick/339610616134709?ref=bookmarks

The person who teaches me to do this schemes is Marta Bogart and seems like she’s too busy training you after she makes you signed up. It looks like she looses interests training you after all. But then again i believe thats their scheme and hey! It works for her—she earns money out of it! but that doesn’t mean it will work for all of US. 🙂


December 16, 2014 at 1:58 pm


Well, I would say ZNZ is a good money making site and trying new offers, THOUGH i am from India. Not a member. People all around the world shoot something if don’t like or even tried or failed to do so.

Let them bark. Any program they find..they find flaws because they can’t join or promote…I read about ZNZ is good way to make money. Guys join and earn money…Cheers..


January 18, 2015 at 1:56 pm

Don’t waste your time with ZNZ, it’s not worth it!!!
Until I completed my credit and my registration, my “coach” was constantly calling and emailing me ( of course, so he can get his money ) after that he disappeared, I tried calling him for help, finally he sent me a text that he can be reached only on Facebook, because he’s not checking his phone very often ( nowadays who doesn’t check his phone ? )
I joined the Key Network Marketing group on Facebook and I asked questions / help from the co-founder John Fillipi who was extremely rude, asking if I’m playing games…. That was it for me, I immediately cancelled my account ( was still in the trial period )
Again this is a big scam!!!