daily-profit-always-logoThere is no information on the Daily Profit Always website indicating who owns or runs the company.

The domain ‘dailyprofitalways.com’ was registered on the 30th March 2012 however the domain registration information is set to private.

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 Daily Profit Always Product Line

Daily Profit Always have no retailable product or service. Instead members are required to invest with the company.

Bundled with each investment are advertising credits, which can be used by members to display advertising on an advertising network hosted on the company website.

It is not possible to purchase advertising credits from the company without participating in the investment scheme.

The Daily Profit Always Compensation Plan

Daily Profit Always guarantee their members a 250% ROI paid out over 50 days (5% daily). Investments are made in $10 allotments with members capped at investing a total of $10,000.

In addition to the ROIs offered, Daily Profit Always also pay out referral commissions on the investments made by recruited members.

Investments made by members personally recruited (level 1) are paid out at 10%, and any investments members they recruit (your level 2) are paid out at 5%.

Joining Daily Profit Always

Membership to Daily Profit Always is free, however members must invest if they wish to earn any commissions.

Free members can earn by recruiting new members and encouraging them to invest, however they themselves will need to invest at least $10 if they wish to cash out these earnings.


Daily Profit Always bill themselves as an ‘online advertising platform‘ yet you can’t actually purchase any advertising from the company.

Meanwhile the company repeatedly states that it’s not an investment opportunity:


However with members not being able to purchase advertising, it is clear that this is exactly what it is.

If you look at the source code of the Daily Profits Always website, they themselves refer to money being deposited with the company as “investments”:

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Furthermore if advertising was indeed being purchased, given that it is paid in the form of credits, logic would dictate that should members not use these credits, they’d be entitled to a refund.

ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS will be issued for any reason.

With 100% of the revenues being generated by members and this money being used to pay off existing returns, refunds are of course not possible. Again confirming that Daily Profits Always is just another investment Ponzi scheme.

Speaking of returns, the company ‘Terms and Conditions’ states

DailyProfitAlways.com never give and make any guarantee of earnings or profits.

Yet the FAQ quite clearly states that

each advertising unit will enable them to earn 5% daily from our profit sharing pool for 50 days. After 50 days you will receive a total of 250% earnings.

The website homepage also makes an income guarantee:

Earn 5% daily for 50 days (Total 250%)

Both sure look like guarantees to me.

Finally, despite claiming to not be an investment scheme, Daily Profits Always attempt to reassure members that the regulators won’t come knocking by claiming that

DailyProfitAlways.com is not available to the general public and is opened only to the qualified members of DailyProfitAlways.com, the use of this site is restricted to our members and to individuals personally invited by them.

Every upgrade is considered to be a private transaction between DailyProfitAlways.com and its Member.

As a private transaction, this program is exempt from the US Securities Act of 1933, the US Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the US Investment Company Act of 1940 and all other rules, regulations and amendments thereof.

We are not FDIC insured. We are not a licensed bank or a security firm.

If you weren’t operating an illegal investment Ponzi scheme, why would you need to claim you’re exempt from the US Securities and Exchange Act and Investment Company Act?

Despite these colorful claims, at the end of the day we’re just looking at yet another Ponzi scheme that will collapse once members stop making new investments.