RevPayingAds Review: $5 a month Ponzi pyramid hybrid
There is no information on the RevPayingAds website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The RevPayingAds website domain (“revpayingads.com”) was registered on the 21st of May 2015, however the domain registration is set to private.
An official Facebook group is linked off the RevPayingAds website, listing Bogdan Lončar and David Spadoni as the sole admins:
Neither individual claims to openly own RevPayingAds in their respective Facebook profiles, leaving it unclear whether or not they are running the scheme or are just affiliates.
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 RevPayingAds Product Line
RevPayingAds has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market affiliate membership with the company itself.
Once signed up, RevPayingAds affiliates can positions in the compensation plan and participate in the RevShareAds income opportunity.
Bundled with each of these positions are a series of advertising credits, which can be used to display advertising on the RevPayingAds website itself.
The RevPayingAds Compensation Plan
The RevPayingAds compensation plan sees affiliates invest in revenue-sharing and matrix cycler positions, with newly invested funds used to pay off existing investors.
RevPayingAds affiliates can purchase $10 “ad packs”, with each pack paying out an advertised 130% ROI ($13).
The best option is to be a Gold Member – Just $5 monthly, buy Ad Pack that earns you 130% on maturity.
Only $10 Per Positions!
Matrix Cycler Positions
Using a series of 3×1 matrices, RevPayingAds offer affiliates positions in a five-tier matrix cycler.
A 3×1 matrix requires three subsequent positions to be invested in before a commission is paid out, with the five tiers offered advertised as queues.
- Queue 1 – positions cost $10, pays out $10 and cycles into Queue 2
- Queue 2 – positions cost $20, pays out $20 and cycles into Queue 3
- Queue 3 – positions cost $40, pays out $30 and cycles into Queue 4
- Queue 4 – positions cost $80, pays out $60 and cycles into Queue 5
- Queue 5 – positions cost $160, pays out $350 and generates one new position in Queues 1, 2 and 3
Referral commissions are paid out when personally recruited affiliates cycle out of Queue 3, 4 and 5 positions, paying out
- $10 on cycled Queue 3 positions
- $20 on cycled Queue 4 positions and
- $50 on cycled Queue 5 positions
Both free and paid affiliate membership is available in RevPayingAds.
Free affiliates can only participate in the matrix cycler.
Paid RevPayingAds affiliates ($5 a month) are able to participate in both the matrix cycler and revenue-sharing components of the compensation plan.
With nothing being marketed or sold to retail customers, all RevPayingAds do is shuffle newly invested funds around to pay off existing investors.
In combining both revenue-sharing and a recruitment-driven matrix cycler, RevPayingAds qualifies itself as a Ponzi pyramid hybrid.
The revenue-sharing side of the business is straight-up Ponzi fraud. Affiliates invest $10, then sit around and wait for newly invested funds to pay them a $13 ROI.
The matrix cycler pretty much does the same, with recruitment of new affiliates tied to the purchase of new matrix positions (existing investors will only deposit so many funds into the scheme).
Once enough new funds have been invested in matrix positions, a ROI is paid out to the position at the top of the queue and the process repeats itself.
A collapse will likely present itself in the matrix cycler side of the business, as over time this will create the largest drain on the system.
Each Queue 5 cycled position generates three new positions, with no new funds entering the system.
As more and more of these phantom positions are created, larger and larger amounts of funds leave the system with no new funds covering withdrawals.
Despite the obviously fraudulent nature of the scheme, and abundance of investment-related terminology featured on the RevShareAds website, the admin(s) of the scheme professes it’s legal:
Is RevPayingAds An Investment Opportunity?
No, we are not an investment opportunity as stated on our terms and conditions.
Is RevPayingAds Legal?
Yes, we are. We are paying commissions from actual purchases of advertising within our system.
We are not paying a percentage… we are paying you commissions from other members who paid already. So the money is real.
Percentages are indeed quoted all over the RevPayingAds website, with funds being real or not neither here nor there.
Mathematically you cannot pay out more than you bring in, so quite obviously RevPayingAds will be generating monopoly money ROIs as it heads towards an inevitable collapse.
Of note is that RevPayingAds appears to have already stalled, with a failed launch advertised on June 10th:
News Date: June 10, 2015
Good day member of RevPayingAds, RevPayingAds is launching tomorrow at 10am EST.
That appears to have fallen through, with a relaunch over the next few days announced shortly thereafter.
Don’t get your hopes up…