Massive Ad Review: $10,000 Ad Combo Packages
Massive Ad appears to have launched in mid 2013 and operates in the advertising MLM niche.
There is no information shared on Massive Ad’s website (“massivead.com”) about who owns or runs the business, with the company only providing the following statement on their “Who we are” page:
Massive Ad is owned by an international Company.
The Massive Ad website domain was registered on the 2nd of February and lists a “Morris Lee” as the domain owner, operating out of London in the UK.
A second name also appears on the registry entry, a “Mont Fleuri” operating out of Mahe in Seychelles.
A marketing video on Morris Lee’s Google Plus profile page provides a third location, stating that ‘Massive Ad is registered in Hong Kong, as well as Seychelles‘.
No further information about these registrations is provided on the Massive Ad website.
As always, if an 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 Massive Ad Product Line
Massive Ad has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market membership to the company itself.
Once affiliates join Massive Ad they are then able to invest in “Ad Combo Packages”, which each pay out a ROI every ten days.
Bundled with each Ad Combo Package investment are a series of advertising credits, which an affiliate can use to display advertising elsewhere on the Massive Ad website.
The Massive Ad Compensation Plan
The Massive Ad compensation plan revolves around affiliates investing money with the company at six different levels:
- Basic – $100
- Turbo – $500
- Business – $1000
- Professional – $3000
- Ultimate – $5000
- VIP – $10,000
ROIs are paid out on all investments at a rate of once every 10 days for 30 individual payments.
How much of a ROI is paid out with each 10 day payment increases depending on the amount of money an affiliate invests:
- Basic – $10
- Turbo – $55
- Business – $120
- Professional – $390
- Ultimate – $700
- VIP – $1500
Referral commissions are also paid out on investments made by personally recruited affiliates, paying out 5% of the total amount invested.
In addition to the Ad Combo Package ROIs paid out above, Massive Ad also pay out binary commissions.
A binary compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a binary structure, with two positions directly under them.
In turn these two positions branch out into two separate positions and so on and so forth down a theoretically infinite number of levels. Each of the positions in a Massive Ad binary represents an Ad Combo Package investment, made by an affiliate themselves or their up or downlines.
Commissions are paid out using a pairing system, with Ad Combo Package investments paired between the left and right side of the binary. When a binary position is paired on both sides of the binary, an affiliate earns 10% of the amount invested.
Daily Earnings Cap & Fees
Daily earnings in Massive Ad are capped at $1000. The company also charges a 20% fee on all commission withdrawals.
Joining Massive Ad
Affiliate membership to Massive Ad is free, however an affiliate must invest in one of the company’s Ad Combo Packages if they wish to generate any commissions.
With no retail, a ROI commission structure and all revenue within the MLM side of the business sourced from affiliates, Massive Ad functions as your standard “advertising credits Ponzi scheme”.
Affiliates join the company and then invest in at one of the six levels available. The more money the invest, the higher the ROI Massive Ad pay out.
ROIs are sourced from new affiliate investment, with the scheme dependent on a constant stream of new investment money. If the new investment money falls below the amount Massive Ad have to pay out, the scheme collapses.
This is further evidenced by Massive Ad’s “no refunds” refund policy, which states
You agree that all payments to MASSIVE AD Admin are final and that MASSIVE AD has a strict no-refund policy.
The reason Massive Ad can’t offer refunds is because when an affiliate deposits money with them, it’s immediately used to pay out existing affiliate investors.
Due to the 300 day maturity period on all investments, it is unlikely that Massive Ad affiliates will have any idea the scheme is on the brink of collapse, until it is too late.
What happens then?
From time to time, the MASSIVE AD managers may import the entire MASSIVE AD membership into another program, maintaining the MASSIVE AD genealogy.
This will also be done on the basis that people imported into the other program will have to activate their accounts by a certain deadline in order to become members of the other program.
It’s worth noting that the above copy, taken from Massive Ad’s “member agreement” appears on no less than 937 search results. This can be confirmed independently via a Google search for the phrase “membership into another program, maintaining the”.
Due to the failure of Massive Ad to adequately disclose exactly who is running the company, whether or not the company is related to the page after page of Ponzi and pyramid schemes it shares its Membership Agreement terminology with is unclear.
Either way, as with all Ponzi schemes once the new affiliate investment dries up, so too do Massive Ad’s promised ROIs. Good luck getting your money back from London… or Seychelles… or Hong Kong… or wherever else Massive Ad claim to be based out of.
This new generation of HYIPers are so damned lazy they don’t even try to hide their true intentions any more.
They seem to think all it takes is to put on a shiny suit and pose in front of somebody elses’ desk in somebody elses’ office and the money will come rolling in.
Is that even a real desk and a real office? Looks green-screened to me. 🙂
In fact, he’s done several other videos for Massive Ads which are even more obviously green screened.
Like I said, modern HYIPers are just damned lazy.
A “friend” of mine put 3000€ in this ponzi, he really things it is a real business. He talks directly with the owner, the company is based in London, they have real clients and so on… His up line invested 50.000$!
Is not the first time he offers me this kind of investments. And every time I say no he got pissed off with me. Saying things like: “you don’t want to make money?” and when the system collapses he always says: “all businesses can shut down”.
Every 6 months comes with a new incredible business: World Games Inc, Finanzas Forex, Zeek Rewards, World Capital Market, Unetenet, Massivead…
And he just laugh at me because I work in an office and I have a salary! He may think is a super entrepreneur or something…
Is this upline also a retired brain surgeon/astronaut with a degree in accounting, an MBA from Wharton and whom Warren Buffet described as “The most savvy investor of our generation?”
I think I’ve heard of him.
Ask your friend how much money he made in ZeekRewards? I’m just curious about it, 80,000 user names made a profit in ZeekRewards.
Your salary clearly outperforms the average salaries in his business investments, and it will outperform his salary in the long term. He’s just fooling himself.
Recruiting people into business opportunities isn’t even classified as real work, other than for tax purposes. It isn’t classified as “professional entrepreneurial behavior” other than among the scammers themselves. It’s “cult behavior” rather than “professional behavior”.
I can even show some court documents identifying it as “consumer behavior”. Joining pyramid schemes is a typical consumer behavior when a consumer has been misled.
Rational people will try to separate parts like that from their normal social life, i.e. they won’t recruit family and friends into the opportunities they’re joining themselves. People prefer to have some “normal” areas in their lives separated from “professional areas”.
“BIGGER FOOL THEORY”
If you have ended up on his “Bigger Fool” list, it’s not a good sign. It becomes even worse if you join it, confirming his ideas about that there’s plenty of “Bigger Fools” than him out there.
The “Bigger Fool Theory” is about that. People will need to become a “Bigger Fool” themselves first before the theory can work, e.g. by joining a “Bigger Fool” opportunity. Then the theory predicts that there will be MANY “Bigger Fools” out there joining after them (“a new sucker is born every minute”), so they will make money on all the “Bigger Fools”.
The theory will be correct most of the time. There is plenty of “Bigger Fools” out there.
It sounds like your friend belongs to a Norwegian or Swedish group of pyramid scheme organizers and participants?
WGI World Games Inc. was headed by Norwegians only, e.g. Mads Østvang, Frode Jørgensen (PlexPay, Bidify), Tor Anders Petterøe (Towah), and many other names I don’t remember now. Some of the have connections to Spain, others have connections to other European countries.
The typical “World Leaders” in WGI were people who couldn’t get normal jobs. Mads Østvang was a former police man, for some reason permanently unable to continue to work. He didn’t have much other choices than to join whatever he could find.
Most of the others share similar stories, either bankruptcies or disabilities. Most of them have generated much damage around them, e.g. among family, friends and former colleagues.
No, he is from Spain. German Cardona (referred to as Spanish Madoff by the press) had direct contact with a Norway WGI leader and he promoted the “opportunity” in Spain until collapsed. He promoted my friend and then me. I signed into WGI when I was around 21 and since then that guy is introducing me new business.
I have to say that I was quite impressed with WGI, it seemed to me a great idea and the website was cool. At least they had a service, the casino, that worked well. I made some money promoting it but then lost almost everything in the stock market game.
I was young and didn’t realise it was a scam until they closed.
All scams (and cults) look good… until they don’t.
Which is why it’s so amusing, AND SAD, that the victims keep insisting that “it’s working for them”, “it can’t be a scam”, “show me a victim” and so on.
MASSIVEAD is also registered in Uk as well. you can check the registartion details of the company here
Company Name:- MASSIVE WORLDWIDE LIMITED
Coi Number :- 8606850
and a post regarding the member agreement it is a clause which has been added in many websites.. which has to be added in the terms and conditions..
finally my suggestion to the writer of the so called blog.. if you find negativity in massivead then you are a person who has no sort of experience in this market and any company which launches in the market you write about them as you do not have the guts to take risk.
regarding the dates of sharing publicly..
company domain is registered on 2nd feb 2013 and they have taken 6 months to develop there business website,, tutorials and plans and then came in market not just entered the market with out planning..
Not the old “fear” line. Come on son, it’s a Ponzi scheme. You can write off people who crack a hard-on at the thought of losing their money just so you can get paid, but Massive Ad is what it is – a $10 Ponzi scheme.
So, Ronnie, what does that registration mean to those looking to get into a legitimate MLM business
* The business was only incorporated on July 12, 2013
* Incorporation protects the company and its’ employees, NOT its’ customers
* “Registered” to do what, run a ponzi business ??? I don’t think so
* Registration and / or incorporation means what, exactly ??
My local deli is a “registered company”
* Every major ponzi scam is a “registered business” It’s how they trick people who think registering a business makes it legal.
hi thanks for the info.
this Massivead.com start to grow in my country (Indonesia). our people like such a business. a third emerging country is always tempted to do a get rich-quick-scheme.
So many people are blinded to seeing the reality here. Have anyone considered their (massivead) clients and who they advertise for?
Is anybody got cheat or lost money for nothing on Massive Ad??? I guess not!!!
“10 fishies talking not compare to you touched one”
“My friend lost money on there…bla bla bla bla”
Every single way to earn money has a different risk, even employee that some one so sure of it. That risk of employee is “future in the mist”!! You never know when will you get fired or the company have shut down.
What I wanna say is, you have to study befor you hopping in every business have both real and scam.
MLM or Piramid or Binary is just a type of marketing that psid comission to who can sell the business plan. What ever!!! The source of money that the company pay to you is the most important thing you have to study on!!! If it from a register’s fee!! Its scam for sure…!! In the other way, if that company has real product (no matter what the product is) and real clients you also can hop in.
The Massive Ad. already paid to me more than I paid to them by no one have recruited. Is that enough for influenting you to study on???
Please don’t try to justify your participation in a Ponzi scheme by claiming every MLM company is a pyramid scheme.
There are no “real clients” in Massive Ad, no legit advertiser in their right mind wants to advertise to Ponzi participants. The only advertisers are affiliates, just as the only revenue-source is affiliate money.
Massive Ad use this money to pay out existing investors.
No. You withdrawing more than you put in whilst sitting around with your thumb up your arse only reaffirms it’s a Ponzi scheme.
1.I never ever say MLM is the same with piramid.
2.Real clients is who pay to someone for something even for affiliates!!
3.If they didnt pay, how I can withdrawed??? It have a prenty type of online business that a cave man cant in to it!!
My advise from me to you is “keep you mouth behide your brain”!!! Like I said “study before hopping in”.
This is would be my last post! I dont like to debate withe a cave man.
Sure you did, right here: “MLM or Piramid or Binary is just a type of marketing”.
They aren’t “just types of marketing”, there’s fundamental differences between them.
Nope. Don’t exist. That’s the Ponzi facade.
Because after you invested, others invested after you. Penny dropping in 3…2…1…
And I don’t particularly enjoy engaging with idiots, but hey welcome to the internet. Toodles.
The hallmark of every ponzu scheme!!!
Is it possible that I withdraw part of my ROI before the 30 times maturity period. How?
They don’t let you withdraw until after 300 days?
Wow that’s harsh. Plenty of time for the admin to slink away under that model.
MassiveAD has not been functioning for the past 2weeks now, does this mean they have folded up? Just being curious cause cash has been deposited with no withdrawer yet.
Sounds like they ran out of money. This is what happens in these advertising based Ponzi schemes.
They typically don’t last very long these days.
Yes, the points mentioned here’s are true, I have also made my research and found that massive ad is fake and scam.
Moreover their website is no where to be found anymore on the Internet.
Let us see how the program will go. we will tell many people to join if the program will not end abruptly and become a 419 business