Traffic Lead Income Review: $9435 cash gifting scheme
There is no information on the Traffic Lead Income website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The Traffic Lead Income website domain (“trafficleadincome.com”) was registered on the 10th of January 2016, with Sukhminder Singh listed as the owner. An address in New Delhi, India is also provided.
Singh first popped up on BehindMLM’s radar as the owner of World Ad Pays.
World Ad Pays launched in late 2015 and saw affiliates pay $25 to qualify to earn on the recruitment of new affiliates.
Alexa traffic statistics suggest World Ad pays has since collapsed, which has likely prompted the launch of Traffic Lead Income.
Read on for a full review of the Traffic Lead Income MLM business opportunity.
The Traffic Lead Income Product Line
Traffic Lead Income has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Traffic Lead Income affiliate membership itself.
Once signed up, Traffic Lead Income affiliates make $5 to $5000 gifting payments in order to participate in the income opportunity.
Bundled with each gifting payment are a series of advertising credits, which can be used to display advertising on the Traffic Lead Income website.
Traffic Lead Income paid affiliates are also given access to the Private Label Rights ebook library.
The Traffic Lead Income Compensation Plan
The Traffic Lead Income compensation plan sees affiliates gift $5 to $5000 to existing affiliates, which in turn qualifies them to receive gifting payments from subsequently recruited affiliates.
These gifting payments are tracked via a unilevel compensation structure, which places an affiliate’s personally recruited affiliates directly under them (level 1):
If any level 1 affiliates 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.
Traffic Lead Income affiliates must “unlock” each level of their unilevel team, which sees them pay their upline as follows:
- level 1 – pay $5 to your immediate upline (the affiliate who recruited you), which qualifies you to receive $5 from your personally recruited affiliates
- level 2 – pay $10 to your upline once removed (the affiliate who recruited the affiliate who recruited you), which qualifies you to receive $10 from your level 2 affiliates
- level 3 – pay $20 to your upline second removed, which qualifies you to receive $20 from your level 3 affiliates
- level 4 – pay $50 to your upline third removed, which qualifies you to receive $50 from your level 4 affiliates
- level 5 – pay $100 to your upline fourth removed, which qualifies you to receive $100 from your level 5 affiliates
- level 6 – pay $500 to your upline fifth removed, which qualifies you to receive $500 from your level 6 affiliates
- level 7 – pay $750 to your upline sixth removed, which qualifies you to receive $750 from you level 7 affiliates
- level 8 – pay $1000 to your upline seventh removed, which qualifies you to receive $1000 from your level 8 affiliates
- level 9 – pay $2000 to your upline eighth removed, which qualifies you to receive $2000 from your level 9 affiliates
- level 10 – pay $5000 to your upline ninth removed, which qualifies you to receive $5000 from your level 10 affiliates
Joining Traffic Lead Income
Affiliate membership with Traffic Lead Income starts at $5.
Participation in the entire Traffic Lead Income compensation plan requires a total gifting payment of $9435.
Following up on Sukhminder Singh’s failed World Ad Pays pyramid scheme launch, Traffic Lead Income sees Singh dip his toes into cash gifting.
The premise sees affiliates gift $5 to $5000 to existing affiliates, which in turn qualifies them to receive gifting payments from subsequently recruited affiliates.
Around this Singh has added the usual suspects, an ebook library and advertising credits – neither of which are here nor there.
Nonetheless and all but acknowledging the cash gifting nature of the scheme, Singh attempts to address the glaring compliance issues with Traffic Lead Income:
Is this a pyramid or gifting, and is it legal?
A: Only someone new to the Networking Industry would ask this question, and it is a legitimate question because no one wants to be involved in something illegal.
So to answer the question, no this is not a pyramid or cash gifting.
In pyramid schemes and gifting programs there are no products involved. People are just moving money around. We have real products, and when you send money to someone or someone sends money to you, it is for the “purchase” of one of our 8 Product Packages.
The notion that a product or service negated the nature of a business model was popular back in the 1990s and early 2000s.
Today nearly every modern cash gifting and/or pyramid scheme comes bundled with a product or service, with several high-profile scams busted despite professed products and services.
Ultimately what Singh attaches to Traffic Lead Income is irrelevant. It is the payment of funds to existing affiliates by new affiliates, thus qualifying them to receive the same, that defines Traffic Lead Income as a cash gifting scheme.
As with all such schemes, once recruitment of new participants dies down, so too will gifting payments between affiliates.
Given that progression down the ten offered unilevel levels requires enough payments to be made to cover the fees, it’s likely that the preloaded positions Singh created are the only ones that will push through.
Do you give refunds?
A: Your membership is NON-REFUNDABLE. All payments are final. We cannot refund money to you that has already been paid out to our members (or your Uplines).
We never even handle that money – it is paid directly to our members.
This leaves everyone else out of pocket and Singh free to launch his next scheme.