Ads Division Review: 150% ROI adcredit Ponzi scheme
There is no information on the Ads Division website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The Ads Division website domain (“adsdivision.com”) was registered on the 25th of April 2016, however the domain registration is set to private.
The official Ads Division Facebook group has one admin, Jeff Martinez.
On his Facebook profile Martinez (right) claims to be based out of the Marshall Islands, a known tax-haven.
Martinez’s Facebook profile is a little suspicious, having only been created in mid June.
Other than a YouTube video appearing on the Ads Division website that confirms Martinez is an actual person, no other information on him appears to be available.
Read on for a full review of the Ads Division MLM opportunity.
The Ads Division Product Line
Ads Division has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Ads Division affiliate membership itself.
Once signed up, Ads Division affiliates are able to invest in “ad packs”.
Bundled with each ad pack investment are a series of advertising credits, which can be used to display advertising on the Ads Division website.
The Ads Division Compensation Plan
The Ads Division compensation plan sees affiliates invest in $5 adpacks, on the promise of an advertised 150% ROI.
- invest less than $1000 and receive a 105% ROI
- Green – invest $1000 and receive a 110% ROI
- Blue – cumulatively invest $5000 and receive a 120% ROI
- Yellow – cumulatively invest $10,000 and receive a 130% ROI
- Red – cumulatively invest $25,000 and receive a 140% ROI
- Violet – cumulatively invest $50,000 and receive a 150% ROI
Note that Ads Division affiliates must watch ten supplied advertisements daily to qualify for their ROI.
Ads Division affiliates are able to increase the rate of ROI paid on their adpacks by up to 100%.
The bonus ROI rate is determined by the total amount invested by their downline:
- $505 in cumulative downline investment = 5% increase
- $2505 in cumulative downline investment = 15% increase
- $10,005 in cumulative downline investment = 30% increase
- $50,005 in cumulative downline investment = 50% increase
- $125,005 in cumulative downline investment = 100% increase
Ads Division do not disclose the default rate at which daily ROIs are paid out.
Investment Referral Commissions
Referral commissions are available on funds invested by recruited affiliates, paid out down three levels of recruitment (unilevel):
- level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 7%
- level 2 – 2%
- level 3 – 1%
ROI Referral Commissions
ROI payments to recruited Ads Division affiliates also attracts a referral commission on earnings by personally recruited affiliates.
How much of a ROI payment referral commission is paid out is determined by how much an Ads Division affiliate has invested:
- Basic – 5%
- Green – 6%
- Blue – 7%
- Yellow – 8%
- Red – 9%
- Violet – 10%
Daily Withdrawal Limits
Based on how much they have earned in investment referral commissions, Ads Division affiliates are subject to the following withdrawal limits:
- $499 or less in investment referral commissions = $150 a day
- $500 in investment referral commissions = $250 a day
- $1500 in investment referral commissions = $1000 a day
- $5000 in investment referral commissions = $2500 a day
Joining Ads Division
Affiliate membership with Ads Division is free, however affiliates must invest at least $5 to participate in the attached MLM opportunity.
Ads Division presents your typical adcredit Ponzi scheme with a few twists.
In favor of a low initial ROI (comparative to other adcredit Ponzi schemes), Ads Division affiliates are able to increase their ROI only through recruitment and subsequent investment.
This rewards those who recruit new investors into Ads Division, which all Ponzi schemes need to survive.
That said even a 105% ROI Ponzi scheme will eventually collapse, with Ads Division unable to pay out more than is invested.
Referral commissions on affiliate ROI payments is uncommon, with most adcredit schemes only paying commissions on investment.
Again, this is advantageous to Ads Division investors who are able to recruit a large number of investors.
Attached advertising credits to Ads Division investment are neither here nor there, serving only as pseudo-compliance for financial fraud.
In typical Ponzi fashion, early Ads Division investors will withdraw funds invested by those who join after them.
Those who didn’t “get in on the ground floor” will lose their money if subsequent investors aren’t found, and so on and so forth until Ads Division collapses.
In order for a small group of Ads Division investors to make money, mathematics dictates that the majority of affiliates must lose money.