SuperDeal Review: 30% a day Ponzi scheme targeting Uganda
SuperDeal fails to provide ownership and executive information on its website.
In fact as I write this, Super Deal’s website is nothing more than an affiliate login form:
Ironically, despite the complete lack of transparency, SuperDeal’s website meta description is;
Super Deal’s experienced investment team aims to provide transparent, honest investing to everyone.
SuperDeal’s website domain (“superdeal.pro”), was privately registered on October 6th, 2022.
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.
SuperDeal has no retailable products or services.
Affiliates are only able to market SuperDeal affiliate membership itself.
SuperDeal’s Compensation Plan
SuperDeal affiliates invest 5000 or more Ugandan shillings (denoted as UGX).
This is done on the promise of a 30% daily ROI.
SuperDeal pays referral commissions on invested funds down three levels of recruitment (unilevel):
- level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 8%
- level 2 – 2%
- level 3 – 1%
SuperDeal affiliate membership is free.
SuperDeal is a low-effort Ponzi scheme targeting Uganda.
Investment is processed through BPAL Technologies LTD, a locally registered shell company.
Some effort has gone into BPAL Technologies LTD. An accompanying website describes the company as
An Inteligent [sic] Electronic Platform for making collections and payments.
Beyond laundering Ponzi money out of Uganda, BPAL Technologies doesn’t appear to have any business operations.
If the scammers behind SuperDeal were able to legitimately generate 30% a day on a consistent basis, they wouldn’t be giving you access for free.
In fact at 30% a day I can guarantee you they’d keep the golden goose to themselves.
All SuperDeal are doing is recycling invested funds to pay withdrawals, which will collapse when recruitment slows down.
At 30% a day, in addition to being low-effort, SuperDeal is probably well on the way to collapse.
SuperDeal’s early October launch coincides with the collapse of BLQ Football, a “click a button” Ponzi that caused widespread losses in Uganda.
Convince enough people who lost money in BLQ Football to invest in SuperDeal, collapse the Ponzi and double-scam them.
As Ugandans saw with BLQ Football, the math behind MLM Ponzi schemes guarantees the majority of participants lose money.