13 Cash Pro Review: 130% ROI in 10 days
There is no information on the 13 Cash Pro website as to who owns or runs the opportunity.
The domain ’13cashpro.com’ was registered on the 22nd March 2012, however the registration information is set to private.
As always, if a MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money.
The 13 Cash Pro Product Line
13 Cash Pro has no retailable product or service. Instead, 13 Cash Pro bundles advertising credits with each investment made with the company.
The 13 Cash Pro Compensation Plan
13 Cash Pro pays out members a 130% ROI over 10 days when they make an investment with the company.
Investments are made in $10 allotments and 30% of the ROI paid out must be re-invested back into the scheme.
13 Cash Pro also pay referral commissions on investments made by members you recruit to the company. The investments of people you directly recruit (your level 1) pay out a 10% commissions, and any investments made by members they recruit (your level 2) pay out 3%.
Joining 13 Cash Pro
Membership to 13 Cash Pro is free, however investments need to be made in order for commissions to be earnt.
Members can either invest themselves (direct ROI) or get members they recruit to invest (referral commissions).
With no other revenue other than the money being invested by members, it’s obvious that 13 Cash Pro is a Ponzi scheme.
The company FAQ describes 13 Cash Pro as ‘an online advertising program (where) members can purchase our low cost advertising units’.
Yet on the same page when explaining why 13 Cash Pro has a 70/30 re-investment rule, they give the reason that it
eliminates people from just withdrawing their earnings and not re-investing.
The fact that 13 Cash Pro is an investment scheme and advertising is not purchased is further confirmed in their refund policy:
You are purchasing the text and banner advertising. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS will be issued for any reason.
If members were actually purchasing text and banner advertising, should they not use the advertising they’d be wholly entitled to a refund. Of course 13 Cash Pro can’t refund member’s money because as soon as it’s invested into the system it’s used to pay out existing ROIs.
As 13 Cash Pro put it,
13CashPro is unique: A short term money making 13×10 plan that will last indefinitely.
Short-term and indefinite?
One of those adjectives perfectly describes the 13 Cash Pro Ponzi scheme; I’ll let you guess which one.