Saivian Review: $125 in, $5 to $3000 daily ROIs out
The Saivian website domain (“saivian.net”) was registered on the 30th of October 2015, however the domain registration is set to private.
Identified as President of Saivian on its website is John Sheehan.
As per Sheehan’s Saivian corporate bio:
Mr. Sheehan achieved success in complex organizations such as, network marketing, retail and non-profits.
John has worked and sold products to mlm companies, owned wireless stores in 6 states and have set records in membership and donations for non-profits.
Despite these claims, I was unable to find any specific information on Sheehan’s purported MLM history.
Of note is that his Saivian profile photo was the same used on his LinkedIn profile. A Google image search still ties the image to Sheehan’s LinkedIn profile, however the profile itself was recently deleted.
An additional point of interest is Saivian’s Marketing Director, Steve Gewecke.
Gewecke first popped up on BehindMLM’s radar back in 2012, as a VIP Founder of US Utility Direct.
Who owned US Utility Direct was never disclosed, with the company failing to launch on its advertised June 30th, 2012 launch date.
In August 2014 Gewecke resurfaced as the President of MyNyloxin.
MyNyloxin saw affiliates pay between $300 and $1500 for affiliate membership, with commissions paid out when they recruited new affiliates.
Today the MyNyloxin website domain is unresponsive.
Read on for a full review of the Saivian MLM business opportunity.
The Saivian Product Line
Saivian has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Saivian affiliate membership itself.
Bundled with Saivian affiliate membership is access to a third-party ecommerce portal. This portal however has nothing to do with the Saivian MLM business opportunity.
The Saivian Compensation Plan
The Saivian compensation plan sees affiliates pay $125 every 28 days, with commissions paid out when they recruit others who do the same.
Commission sin Saivian are tracked via a unilevel compensation structure.
A unilevel compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1):
If any level 1 affiliates go on to recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.
If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 3 and so on and so forth down a theoretical infinite number of levels.
Commissions in Saivian are paid out daily, with how much of a commission paid out determined by the size of a Saivian affiliate’s recruited downline.
- recruit three affiliates = $5 a day commission
- a downline of 12 recruited affiliates = $20 a day
- a downline of 39 recruited affiliates = $30 a day
- a downline of 80 recruited affiliates = $50 a day
- a downline of 150 recruited affiliates = $100 a day
- a downline of 300 recruited affiliates = $150 a day
- a downline of 500 recruited affiliates = $200 a day
- a downline of 750 recruited affiliates = $300 a day
- a downline of 1000 recruited affiliates = $500 a day
- a downline of 2000 recruited affiliates = $750 a day
- a downline of 4000 recruited affiliates = $1000 a day
- a downline of 6000 recruited affiliates = $2000 a day
- a downline of 8000 recruited affiliates = $3000 a day
Note that three personally recruited and paid up affiliates must me maintained in order to qualify for commissions.
Also note that no more than 50% of the required affiliate downline can be counted from any one unilevel leg.
At the 1000 recruited affiliates pay rank this percentage decreases to 35%.
Affiliate membership with Saivian is $125 every 28 days.
The math behind Saivian is pretty simple.
You cough up $125, people join after you and you get a cut of their $125 fee.
So long as everyone continues to pay their 28 day fee and new affiliates are recruited, the scheme stays afloat.
The shopping side of Saivian might be legit, but ultimately has nothing to do with the MLM component of the business opportunity.
That being straight up chain-recruitment, which drags Saivian into pyramid scheme territory.
Of note is that, due to purported chargeback abuse (people at the bottom of such schemes don’t like getting screwed out of money), Saivian only accepts funds through checking accounts.
Why can I only use my checking account to pay for my membership?
Your checking account that you use for your membership payment will also be used to send your verified and approved Cash Back redemptions through ACH.
We do not accept credit cards due to chargeback abuse.
As with all pyramid schemes, once recruitment of new affiliates dies down, so too will Saivian’s commission payouts.
Being a daily ROI setup ($125 in, $5 to $3000 out a day), this will manifest itself via payment problems.
Numbers on a screen payments will likely continue, with Saivian affiliates only realizing the scheme has collapsed once they attempt actual withdrawals.
At the top of the scheme are likely a bunch of positions held by John Sheehan and friends, who will head up the company-wide unilevel.
This will see them reap the lion’s share of monthly fees paid in, with everyone else bar a few early adopters losing out.