Some Ecooperative members are complaining that after they paid money to their upline and were confirmed, they are not able to login to the website. This has caused some people to lose credibility in the system.
What actually went wrong with Ecooperative?
There’s a glitch in the system. There’s problem with the Ecooperative website.
I registered on the website few weeks ago, sent money to my upline and logged out from the website.
Later on, I logged in again. But this time around, the website logged in another person’s account instead of mine. The username and password I entered was mine but it opened someone else’s account.
I noticed that I could change all the details on the person’s account. I logged out and tried to login again, this time around, my account was logged in successfully. Now, that’s a big problem that the site owner should fix immediately.
If you are not able to login after entering your username and password correctly, there’s a high possibility that someone else logged into your account by error and changed all your details.
The implication of this problem is; This new person has gained access to an account you registered and upgraded with your own money. They can get all the money from your downlines if you have any because they would have changed the bank account numbers.
How this issue can be resolved
Ecooperative members that were affected cannot do anything about this except for the administrator. The site admin has to secure the website or else he would loose new members.
Below are suggestions on what he can do to rectify the login problem;
1. This is probably a database problem. He should fix the sites database or call experts to do so.
2. He could enable a two factor authentication on the site so that when members try to login, they receive an sms with a code on their cellphones, they enter the codes to be able to login.
3. He could add a security question feature that members would set the question and answer to the question by themselves. Then code the site in a way that, you cannot change any information on the site without typing the answer to the security question. This way, even if the problem persist, members details cannot be changed without having answers to the security question. This is how it is done on other sites like Zarfund.
4. The site protocol should also be secured. Any site that stores members information should be operated on a secured server. Ecooperative server is currently not secured. The site is still using http instead of https.
I have contacted the owner of Ecooperative on Facebook. I hope he fixes this problems on time.>>Click here to Join Our Telegram Channel for Latest Paying Scheme<<