The Digital Network Review: BTC income claim fraud pyramid
The Digital Network provides no information about who owns or runs the company on its website.
The Digital Network’s website domain (“thedigitalnetwork.io”) was privately registered on December 29th, 2019.
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 Digital Network’s Products
The Digital Network has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market The Digital Network affiliate membership itself.
Once signed up, The Digital Network affiliates can purchase access to three in-house product tiers:
- The Million Dollar Starter Pack – basic information about bitcoin for $47
- The Bitcoin Multiplier – access to a “secret Facebook group” and marketing tools for $497
- Advanced Underground Secrets of the Billionaires – product information not disclosed, costs $1997
There is an “All-In” membership options which combines all three products for $1247.
The Digital Network’s Compensation Plan
The Digital Network affiliates sign up for free but have to purchase product tiers to earn commissions on them.
Purchasing the “All-In” membership options qualifies a The Digital Network affiliate to earn commissions on all three product tiers.
Commissions are paid when directly and indirectly recruited affiliates purchase product tiers down three levels of recruitment (unilevel):
- 40% on level 1
- 10% on level 2 and
- 5% on level 3
Joining The Digital Network
The Digital Network affiliate membership is free, however affiliates need to spend at least $47 to participate in the attached income opportunity.
Full commission qualification costs $2541 (products separately) or $1247 (All-In membership).
The Digital Network bills itself as providing the ‘potential to earn 10+ bitcoins per month regardless of your background’.
This SHOCKING Bitcoin Multiplier Secret Can Help You Earn 10+ Bitcoins Per Month Without Any Prior Experience!
Mmmhmm. And of course there’s the whole “Hay guyz, I know billionaire’s secrets” shtick.
Fair enough if you want to make such income claims, but in order to operate legally you need to back said claims up with verifiable evidence.
So who’s behind The Digital Network?
Apparently some guy who goes by “Rahman” and only accepts bitcoin.
Putting aside marketing digital products on bullshit income claims, the rest of MLM side of The Digital Network is your typical pyramid scheme.
You sign up, pay fees across three tiers to qualify and get paid when you recruit others who do the same.
When recruitment inevitably slows down, The Digital Network collapses and the majority of participants lose money.
I’ll leave you with two points to consider:
- If 10+ BTC a month was obtainable through “secrets”, wouldn’t you want your name all over the methodology?
- If you truly knew billionaire’s secrets, why sell them through a pyramid scheme for ~$1200? Shouldn’t you y’know, be a billionaire?
You know how this ends.