Bit4G-Is It legit Or A Scam?

Welcome to my Bit4G Review. There has been some vibe about this company called Bit4G,so I decided to find out what the company was all about and do some research on the company.

You are probably here because you have heard of Bit4G and what to find out if it is a legit company or a scam.

Here is a detailed review on the company Bit4G and I would walk you through the Bit4G company,the compensation plan,the products and the verdict.

Bit4G Review – The Company

On the Bit4G website, you won’t find any mention of who owns the company, who’s running things on the daily, where in the world it’s based out of, or anything else pertaining to Bit4G’s background.

The domain name for the Bit4G site was registered on October 11, 2017, and the owner is listed as “Bit 4G” with an address in London, United Kingdom that isn’t actually completed.

There is a completed London address on Bit4G’s actual website, but after looking further into it, it became apparent that the address really belongs to Garden Studios.There is a corporate address that is also located in London, which is offered up on the company website online.

After more research it was revealed another company that provides virtual office services was the true owner of that London address, and it belongs to Garden Studios.

 

 

Now, with this information it’s unclear if the company has a physical presence in the UK.

Bit4G Review– The Products

Bit4G has no services or products for retail for its affiliates or retail customers.

Any affiliates who sign up with Bit4G are only able to market and sell the company affiliate membership.

Affiliates only have the affiliate membership to offer to those that might be interested in it, and this is something that we usually only see with opportunities that exist within the MLM underbelly.

The Bit4G Compensation Plan

The breakdown for the offered earrings is as follows:

Affiliates that invest $100 to $1000 earn up to 49% for a monthly ROI for 279 days.

Affiliates that invest $1001 to $5000 earn up to 49% for a monthly ROI plus an additional 0.15% per month for 219 days.

Affiliates that invest $5001 to $10,000 earn up to 49% for a monthly ROI plus an additional 0.25% per month for 159 days.

Affiliates that invest $10,010 to $100,000 earn up to 49% for a monthly ROI plus an additional 0.4% per month for 119 days

Referral commissions are also offered to affiliates, and they’re paid throughout a unilevel system. This encourages current members to recruit other people that also choose to invest, and earnings range from 8% for level one to 0.1% on level ten.

Cost To Join Bit4G

The cost to join Bit4G as an affiliate is free, although affiliates who want to fully patriciate in the business opportunity and the company compensation plan are expected to make a minimum investment of $100.

Is Bit4G Legit Or A Scam?

Bit4G is actually legit and not a scam.However to be successful in Bit4G or any other network marketing company out there,it would depend on your lead generation technique,your ability to recruit and your marketing skills.

Verdict on Bit4G

After having done my research on this company, I can say I don’t think this company is 100% legit…

The company uses the typical “cryptocurrency lending” business model, known for its scams.

When new affiliates sign up, they are expected to give the company real money, and then in turn get some Bit4G points that have no real value.

And these points are issued by whoever the mystery staff is over at Bit4G, with whatever value they actually hold.

This company really has no value itself, they only truly make money or earn capital when new sponsored affiliates join the company and invest with the company and their points.

The company says they determine their value by “supply” and “valuation”… all total BS…

Not a company with promising longevity by the sounds of it.

This company also makes claims of having supercomputers that trade day and night, technically called ‘trading bots’ (just kidding) but if the company really did have a trading bot capable of making millions, they would not be sharing this with you, the public, they’d keep it for themselves.

When we are talking about this company, once new affiliates stop being sponsored in, the company will be unable to meet ROI payments, and this will be its downfall.

I hope you enjoyed my Bit4G review and if you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below…

 

Stampin Up-Is It Legit Or A Scam?

Welcome to my Stampin up Review. There has been some vibe about this company called Stampin up,so I decided to find out what the company was all about and do some research on the company.

You are probably here because you have heard of Stampin up and want to find out if it is a legit company or a scam.

Here is a detailed review on the company Stampin up and I would walk you through the Stampin up company,the compensation plan,the products and the verdict.

Stampin Up Review – The Company

 

This company was created by two sisters, Shelli Gardner and LaVonne Crosby, in 1998.

Stampin Up comes to us from Utah, a state located in the USA, and the company conducts its business under the fun MLM niche of arts and crafts.

This is how their story was expressed to us:

When sisters Shelli Gardner and LaVonne Crosby were young, their family moved from California to Kanab, UT, on the Arizona border.

Both sisters eventually married, and their husbands, who knew each other, decided they should all move to Las Vegas
and operate a custom home building business in the booming real estate market.

When they were introduced to rubber stamping, they immediately became intrigued with the craft, since neither
of them felt artistic enough to draw freehand, and using stamps with ink was creative and fun.

They discovered stamping was popular with women, mainly housewives, who like to design their own greeting cards, tags and gift wrap, decorate walls and lampshades, and keep family scrapbooks.

In 1988, with no experience in operating a company, the sisters invested their family’s nest egg to launch Stampin Up!

Their business plan was fairly simple:

They studied the business models of Tupperware, Discovery Toys, and Mary Kay, and developed their own approach for a direct sales company that reflected their own methods and techniques.”

Now in late 2017, it’s claimed that Stampin Up has “tens of thousands” of different affiliates all throughout not only the United States, but also Canada, Australia, Japan, and the Netherlands.

LaVonne Crosby decided to leave her position as CEO and left the company in 1998, and when this happened, Shelli Gardner took her spot until recently in 2016.

A couple years ago in 2015, Gardner made the announcement that she’d be leaving Stampin Up because she wanted to take on “a full-time mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.”

Sara Douglass – Shelli Gardner’s daughter – was the appointed as Stampin Up’s new CEO in March of 2016.

Per the Stampin Up website, Gardner still “continues her involvement with the company, playing a vital role as Board Chair.”

 Stampin Up Review – The Products

In 1992, the company finally stopped using third-party stamps and started making their own.

Their line up of products offered are a wide range up rubber & photopolymer stamps, and also some accessories if needed, such as:

·         Accents and embellishments

·         Adhesives

·         Big Shot (die-cutting machine)

·         Coloring tools

·         Ink

·         “Memories and more” (albums and card presentation accessories)

·         Paper

·         Hole punches and

·         Stamping related tools

Right now, you can find a decent variety of products being sold by Stampin Up, including adhesives, coloring items, ink, paper hole punchers, stamping accessories, and – of course – stamps.

We don’t have nearly enough time to run through every single product that Stampin Up sells, but you can find a complete catalogue on its website if you’d like to browse through everything that’s available for purchase.

You can buy Stampin Up’s products either individually or in bundles, and you can also sign up for the Paper Pumpkin subscription services that costs $19.95/month.

The Stampin Up Compensation Plan

Affiliates who want to participate in the company compensation plan are required to sign up with a membership fee, and also buy the catalog book.

Based on the sales volume production, the company will pay out retail commissions.

The residual commissions are paid down to level 3 of sponsorship, where more performance bonuses are presented.

Stampin Up Affiliate Ranks

In the company compensation plan there are 8 ranks for the affiliates.

Here are the ranks and the criteria needed per rank:

·         Bronze – Sign up as a Stampin Up affiliate

·         Bronze Elite – Generate at least 1800 GV over a rolling 12 month period

·         Silver – Generate at least 3600 GV over a rolling 12 month period and sponsor at least one affiliate

·         Silver Elite – Generate at least 7200 GV over a rolling 12 month period and sponsor at least five affiliates (one must be Silver or higher)

·         Gold – Generate at least 10,800 GV over a rolling 12 month period and sponsor at least ten affiliates (one must be Silver Elite or higher)

·         Gold Elite – Generate at least 14,400 GV over a rolling 12 month period and sponsor at least fifteen affiliates (two must be Silver Elite or higher)

·         Platinum – Generate at least 18,000 GV over a rolling 12 month period and sponsor at least twenty affiliates (four must be Silver Elite or higher)

·         Platinum Elite – Maintain at least 10,800 GV over a rolling 12 month period and sponsor at least thirty affiliates (six must be Silver Elite or higher)

GV: means “Group Volume” and it is the sales volume achieved by an affiliate’s orders, which include their personal and retail customers orders, and also the retail orders made by their downline team

Retail Commissions

The company will divide retail commission rates among those affiliates ranked at Bronze and Bronze Elite or higher.

Bronze affiliates will earn:

·         A 20% retail commission rate if they generate up to 599.99 GV a month

·         A 24% retail commission rate if they generate 600 to 899.99 GV a month

·         A 25% retail commission rate if they generate 900 to 1199.99 GV a month

·         A 27% retail commission rate if they generate up to 1200 to 1499.99 GV a month

·         A 29% retail commission rate if they generate up to 1500 to 2499.99 GV a month

·         A 31% retail commission rate if they generate up to 2500 to 3499.99 GV a month

·         A 33% retail commission rate if they generate up to 3500 or more GV a month

Bronze Elite and higher affiliates will earn:

·         A 25% retail commission rate if they generate up to 599.99 GV a month

·         A 29% retail commission rate if they generate 600 to 899.99 GV a month

·         A 30% retail commission rate if they generate 900 to 1199.99 GV a month

·         A 32% retail commission rate if they generate up to 1200 to 1499.99 GV a month

·         A 34% retail commission rate if they generate up to 1500 to 2499.99 GV a month

·         A 36% retail commission rate if they generate up to 2500 to 3499.99 GV a month

·         A 38% retail commission rate if they generate up to 3500 or more GV a month

Residual Commissions

The company will pay residual commissions down to level 3 of sponsorship (unilevel):

Residual commission rates are calculated from monthly sales and downline sales volume achieved monthly, as such:

·         Generate 300 GV and 300 CSV a month and sponsor at least one affiliate = 3% on level 1 (personally sponsored affiliates)

·         Generate 600 GV and 1500 CSV a month and sponsor at least three affiliates = 5% on level 1, 2.5% on level 2 and 1% on level 3

·         Generate 900 GV and 2500 CSV a month and sponsor at least six affiliates = 5.5% on level 1, 3% on level 2 and 1.5% on level 3

·         Generate 1200 GV and 5000 CSV a month and sponsor at least twelve affiliates = 6% on level 1, 3.5% on level 2 and 2% on level 3

·         Maintain 1200 GV and generate 10,000 CSV a month and sponsor at least eighteen affiliates = 6.5% on level 1, 4% on level 2 and 2.5% on level 3

·         Generate 1500 GV and 15,000 CSV a month and sponsor at least eighteen affiliates = 6.5% on level 1, 5% on level 2 and 3% on level 3

·         Maintain 1500 GV and generate 20,000 CSV a month and sponsor at least thirty-two affiliates = 6.5% on level 1, 5.5% on level 2 and 3.5% on level 3

CSV is the sales volume accumulated through an affiliate and their personally sponsored affiliates, used for residual commission rate calculation.

Residual commissions are paid using a unilevel system, and once again, generating a higher GV total will result in greater earnings.

Cost To Join Stampin Up

The cost to join Stampin Up as an affiliate would be a $99 membership, but this will include a $125 value of company products (at retail value).

Also, new affiliates will need “a copy of Stampin Up!’s current catalog(s)” at the price point of only $5.

Is Stampin Up Legit Or A Scam

Stampin Up is actually legit and not a scam.However to be successful in Stampin Up or any other networking company out there,it would depend on your lead generation techniques,your ability to recruit and your marketing techniques.

Verdict on Stampin Up

I can tell you that this company does seem a 100% legit…

They have a good product to sell with the help of affiliates, so if this is a company with the products you like and are interested in, then enjoy yourself while you make profits.

The company has a specific product within a specific niche, with a targeted demographic of mostly Caucasian women, older women, ladies with children, and married women.

If this is your thing and you don’t like spending money on things you could make (like buying an expensive card and feeling that buyer’s remorse kicking in) this company would be a good fit for you…

This company is giving scrapbooking products a good old college try and that’s vital, because there are a lot of competitors ready to ship your order right away to you, all you’d have to do is find them and place your order.

Stampin Up is doing all the right things to stay in business by creating a culture around their product and keeping it fresh by constantly updating their catalog.

Overall, Stampin Up offers a pretty decent opportunity if you have a genuine interest in what’s being offered and believe you have access to a market that would be interested in buying scrapbooking products.

The compensation plan itself is pretty well-balanced, but your biggest challenge is going to be finding people that are willing to hand over cash for what you’re selling.

Scrapbooking is something of a tough niche to crack, but if you’re up to the challenge and have an area where you think this could do really well, Stampin Up just might be worth checking out.

I hope that you are able to use my research in my Stampin Up Review to make a decision.

I hope you enjoyed my Stampin Up review and if you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below.

Mail Out Ad-Is It Legit Or A Scam?

Welcome to my Mail out ad Review. There has been some vibe about this company called mail out ad,so I decided to find out what the company was all about and do some research on the company.
You are probably here because you have heard of mail out ad and want to find out if it is a legit company or a scam.
Here is a detailed review on the company mail out ad and I would walk you through the mail out ad company,the compensation plan,the products and the verdict.

Mail Out Ad Review – The Company

Mail Out Ad’s official website doesn’t show any information in regards to who owns the company, who’s running things on a daily basis, when it was founded, or anything along these lines.
The domain name for the website (mailoutad.com) was first registered on November 21, 2017, and the details provided for the name and address at which the registration took place are clearly boloney.
I did come across incorporation documents on Mail Out Ad’s site, claiming that the company is incorporated in Seychelles, the Dominican Republic, United Kingdom, and Delaware in the United States.
The incorporation info for the United Kingdom and United States are very obviously fake, and although I wasn’t able to confirm it, it’s very likely that this holds true for the incorporation info for Seychelles and the Dominican Republic as well.
The company’s corporate address provided is a UK based address, which belongs to another company called Level 39.
Level 39 has a website that describes itself as a provider of workspace for, “fast-growth tech companies”.
No details were give about a forwarded mailing address posted on the website for Level 39.
When the publication of the website occurred, the data from Alexa shows the main source of traffic to the company website was from the USA at 54%.
With the data showing 54% from the USA, this tell me that the company is likely run out of the USA.

Mail Out Ad Review – The Products
Mail Out Ad has no retail products or services for its affiliates to purchase or sell.
However, those affiliates who wish to sign up with Mail Out Ad can market the affiliate membership.

The Mail Out Ad Compensation Plan
Speaking of the affiliate membership, the biggest draw to it is the advertised ROI.
Affiliates can earn an ROI by investing their hard-earned money into the company, and the six available “packages” for investing are as follows:
 Package 1 – Investing $100 will earn you an ROI of $300 after 300 days
 Package 2 — Investing $500 will earn you an ROI of $1650 after 300 days
 Package 3 — Investing $1000 will earn you an ROI of $3600 after 300 days
 Package 4 — Investing $3000 will earn you an ROI of $11,700 after 300 days
 Package 5 — Investing $5000 will earn you an ROI of $21,0000 after 300 days
 Package 6 — Investing $10,000 will earn you an ROI of $45,000 after 300 days
Payments for the offered ROI are made every 10 days, and this takes place until the total amount is paid out to you.
However, something to note here is that all withdrawals you make are subject to an “admin fee” of 10%.
In addition to the ROI, Mail Out Ad affiliates can also earn on referral and residual commissions.
This encourages members to recruit others that also choose to invest, with referral commissions being paid as a 10% direct payment and residual ones handled through a binary system.

Cost To Join Mail Out Ad
The cost to join Mail Out Ad as an affiliate is free for those whom wish to sign up.
However, affiliates are expected to invest a minimum of $100 if they want to fully participate in the business opportunity and the company’s compensation plan.

Is Mail Out Ad Legit Or A Scam?
Mail Out Ad is actually legit and not a scam.However to be successful in Mail out ad or any other network marketing company out there it would depend on your marketing techniques,your ability to recruit and your lead generation techniques.

Verdict on Mail Out Ad
Mail Out Ad says that it markets “ad & bitcoin based products”, but this is honestly all the company has to promote when it comes to explaining how it can offer such high ROI rates.
There’s naturally no proof that any real investment or mining activity is taking place, meaning that the only funds coming into the company are that of affiliate investments.
Newly invested funds are used to pay ROIs and commissions owed to existing members, and as you’d expect, this turns Mail Out Ad into a Ponzi scheme.

Bitcentrix-Is It Legit Or A Scam?

Welcome to my Bitcentrix Review. There has been some vibe about this company called Bitcentrix,so I decided to find out what the company was all about and do some research on the company.

You are probably here because you have heard of Bitcentrix and want to find out if it is a legit company or a scam.

Here is a detailed review on the company Bitcentrix and I would walk you through the Bitcentrix company,the compensation plan,the products and the verdict.

BitCentrix Review – The Company

 

While I was doing some research on the company, I went and visited their website and there I was unable to find any posted info on who the owner of the company is or who was running the business either.

The facts and figures posted were very common marketing copy and offered up stock pictures, which I found under the “About BitCentrix” section of their company website.

After a little more research, some digging revealed that the BitCentrix website domain was registered as “bitcentrix.biz” on the 2nd of September in 2016.

And as of the 12th of September in 2017, it was found that registration for the website domain was freshly renewed.

The owner of the website domain is registered as Farhan Khan, with an address located in Pakistan.

“Dailymining.biz” and “miningprofit.biz” are two additional domains which are also owned by Khan, both having the HYIP sound to these domain names

Aside from the domain registrations listed above, I couldn’t find any more info about Khan.

Farhan Khan is listed as the one and only owner for the domain, and there’s also an address listed in Punjab, Pakistan.

After doing a bit more digging, I was able to see that Khan also owns the domains of “dailymining.biz” and “miningprofit.biz.”

However, aside from the domain registrations, there’s no other info to be found on Khan.

BitCentrix Review – The Products

BitCentrix has no services or products that are available for retail.

Nothing is being marketed or sold to retail customers, and this means that affiliates have only the affiliate membership to offer to those interested in it.

Affiliates who want to join BitCentrix are only able to market the company affiliate membership itself.

The BitCentrix Compensation Plan

Affiliates who want to participate in the company compensation plan are required to sign up and invest into the company.

The company affiliates invest capital (funds) on the agreement of a promoted ROI (return on investment):

·         Invest $10 to $200 and receive a 110% ROI in 24 hours

·         Invest $501 to $2500 and receive a 140% ROI in 3 days

·         Invest $2501 to $50,000 and receive a 200% ROI in 10 days

The company uses a unilevel compensation model to pay out referral commissions to its affiliates.

The unilevel compensation model puts an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, where any personally sponsored affiliate is put directly underneath them onto level 1.

When a level 1 affiliate sponsors new affiliates, they are then put onto level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.

When a level 2 affiliate sponsors new affiliates, they are then put onto level 3, and the level creation in the unilevel team continues in this manner down a hypothetical never ending amount of levels.

BitCentrix also allows its affiliates to earn on referral commissions, and these are paid using a unilevel system.

You can earn up to ten levels of recruitment, with 10% being paid on level one and levels two through ten paying 2%.

Cost To Join BitCentrix

The cost to join, BitCentrix as an affiliate is free, although if you wanted to fully participate in the business opportunity and the company’s compensation plan, the company will need a investment of a $10 minimum.

Is BitCentrix Legit Or A Scam?

Bitcentrix is actually legit and not a scam.However to be successful in Bitcentrix or any other network marketing company out there it would depend on your marketing techniques,your ability to recruit and your lead generation technique.

Verdict of BitCentrix

Overall this company seems a little to good to be true, not quite feeling like its 100% legit…

And again, where is your money really going once you’ve invested it into the company?

There would not be much evidence to prove it’s not staying with the company and then invested elsewhere, like bitcoin and other coin businesses, but with the company’s set-up it seems like that’s the most it can achieve with the Ponzi scheme they’ve cooked up.

Their compensation structure is not soundly structured, because if the company was able to achieve a constant rate of 200% ROI every ten days (think of that per year) then why would they be sharing this goldmine with anyone and everyone?

Keep in mind the only real investments made into this company is when new affiliates join and dump money into the company, and this is also the only real money trail to follow in this company, anything else has no proof.

Clearly, they use new funds invested to pay off old funds owed.

Once new affiliate sponsorship decreases, so will the business’s capital, and then company will be unable to pay out the ROI promoted, and inevitably a total downfall of the company will occur.

Unfortunately, like a lot of other opportunities I’ve reviewed lately, there’s no proof to show that this activity is actually taking place.

The only money that’s evidently making its way into BitCentrix is that of affiliate investments, and because of this, newly invested funds are being used to pay ROIs that BitCentrix owes to existing members

Be smart and take what you’ve learnt here today and run…not to the bank to invest, but rather run away from this is poor example of a business opportunity.