Ad Rev Paid Review: $2 to $40 Ponzi pack investments
There is no information on the Ad Rev Paid website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The Ad Rev Paid website domain (“adrevpaid.com”) was registered on the 25th of November 2015, with “Murtuza Kanchwala” listed as the owner. An incomplete address in Maharashtra, India is also provided.
Due to Murtuza Kanchwala being a fairly common name in India, I was unable ascertain Kanchwala’s MLM history.
Read on for a full review of the Ad Rev Paid MLM business opportunity.
The Ad Rev Paid Product Line
Ad Rev Paid has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Ad Rev Paid affiliate membership itself.
Once signed up, affiliates can invest in packs and participate in the Ad Rev Paid income opportunity.
Bundled with each pack investment are a series of advertising credits, which can be used to display advertising on the Ad Rev Paid website.
The Ad Rev Paid Compensation Plan
The Ad Rev Paid compensation plan sees affiliates invest between $2 to $40 in “packs”.
Investments in Ad Rev Paid packs are done on the promise of the following advertised ROIs:
- Standard Pack ($2) – $2.80 ROI
- Bronze Pack ($5) – $7.25 ROI
- Silver Pack ($10) – $15 ROI
- Gold Pack ($20) – $31 ROI
- Diamond Pack ($40) – $64 ROI
Referral commissions are available on invested funds, paid out down three levels of recruitment (unilevel):
- level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 15%
- level 2 – 5%
- level 3 – 5%
Joining Ad Rev Paid
Affiliate membership with Ad Rev Paid is free, however affiliates must invest in at least one pack to participate in the income opportunity.
The minimum pack investment is $2, however the Ad Rev Paid website advises that the minimum amount affiliates must deposit is $5.
Thus the defacto minimum cost of Ad Rev Paid affiliate membership is $5.
Ad Pack plans for everyone’s budget starting from $2 to $40, Revenue sharing for every ad pack until 150% to 180% returns respectively!
The above certifies that Ad Rev Paid use newly invested funds to pay off existing investors, confirming it to be a Ponzi scheme.
The ad credit Ponzi combination is a well-worn, with the advertising credits being neither here nor there.
They credits are attached to pack investments solely so that Ad Rev Paid can claim to be selling advertising rather than investment fraud.
The reality however is that it is the advertised ROIs that it markets and in turn attracts affiliates with. Furthermore ad pack purchases don’t pay ROIs, investments do.
As with all such schemes, once new affiliate recruitment dries up so too will new funds entering the system. Eventually Ad Rev Paid will find itself unable to meet its ROI obligations, at which point Murtuza Kanchwala does a runner and everyone else loses out.
The math behind a Ponzi scheme guarantees those that lose money will make up the majority of investors.