Pure Profit Pro Review: $250 to $1000 cash gifting
There is no information on the Pure Profit Pro website indicating who owns or runs the business.
Infact there is no information period, with the Pure Profit Pro website currently nothing more than an affiliate login page:
Clicking on the “pay admin fee” button causes the site to demand an affiliate referral code.
The Pure Profit Pro website domain (“pureprofitpro.com”) was registered on the 30th of December 2015, however the domain registration 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 Pure Profit Pro Product Line
Pure Profit Pro has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Pure Profit Pro affiliate membership itself.
The Pure Profit Pro Compensation Plan
Pure Profit Pro affiliates are paid to recruit affiliates through a 1-up style compensation plan.
A 1-up compensation plan sees every affiliate pass up the first commission they earn to the affiliate who recruited them.
After this initial pass-up commission, an affiliate earns on every affiliate they personally recruit.
In turn, recruited affiliates must also pass up their first recruitment commission.
This continues down an infinite depth of recruitment, with each recruited affiliate passing up their first recruitment commission to the affiliate who recruited them.
Commissions are paid out at a rate of 100% of funds an affiliate pays for membership, with affiliates able to buy in for $250, $500 or $1000.
If an affiliate has bought in for $1000, they receive 100% of funds paid by subsequently recruited affiliates.
If an affiliate buys in for $250 or $500, they receive up to this amount with the remainder of funds paid in rolling up to their upline.
Eg. You buy in for $500 and recruit a $1000 affiliate.
You receive $500 and the system searches your upline for the first $1000 affiliate. They receive the remaining $500 payout.
If you bought in for $250 and recruited a $1000 affiliate, you’d receive $250. The system would search for either a $500 or $1000 affiliate in your upline.
If a $500 affiliate was found first, they’d receive $250 and the system would continue to search for a $1000 affiliate to pay the remaining $500 out to.
If a $1000 affiliate was found first, they’d receive the entire $750 balance and the system would stop searching.
If an affiliate upgrades their membership, funds are paid out to the upline as per the rollup rules outlined above.
Joining Pure Profit Pro
Affiliate membership with Pure Profit Pro requires an affiliate to gift funds to an existing affiliate and pay an admin fee.
How much of an admin fee is paid is determined by how much an affiliate pays to join Pure Profit Pro:
- gift $250 to an existing affiliate and pay a $95 admin fee
- gift $500 to an existing affiliate and pay a $125 admin fee
- gift $1000 to an existing affiliate and pay a $145 admin fee
The primary difference between these affiliate membership levels is income potential through the Pure Profit Pro compensation plan.
Pure Profit Pro affiliates pay 100% of their membership buy-in to existing affiliates, making Pure Profit Pro a cash gifting scheme.
Nothing is marketed or sold to retail customers, with 100% of the company’s revenue derived from admin fees tied to affiliate recruitment.
There’s not even the pretense of pseudo-legitimacy, with the Pure Profit Pro website only offering a barebones login page.
As with all cash gifting schemes, once recruitment of new participants slows down, so too will payments within the scheme.
Eventually recruitment will cease altogether, causing an irreversible company-wide collapse.
Once this happens, those who haven’t recouped their membership fees via recruitment lose out.
Owing to each affiliate required to recruit two affiliates to break even, mathematics dictates that the majority of affiliates who join Pure Profit Pro will lose money.