Unicorn Adz Review: Unison Wealth cycler Ponzi rebooted
Unicorn Adz claims it is run by the same admin as Unison Wealth.
From the Admin of the amazing Unison Wealth program .. LESSONS LEARNT… 12 months of planning!
Unison Wealth was a matrix cycler Ponzi launched in late 2014. By May 2015 Unison Wealth had collapsed.
Unison Wealth is believed to have been launched by Sidhanath Singh (right), who is based out of India.
A new Facebook profile bearing the name “Sidhanath Singh” was created specifically to promote Unicorn Adz on October 14th, 2016.
Other companies Singh has promoted (often under the account name “sidhu2”), include Leafit (social network spam), Team Work Matrix (cash gifting), Banners Broker (HYIP Ponzi scheme), Wealth Podium (pyramid recruitment) and AdHitProfits (Ponzi scheme).
Read on for a full review of the Unicorn Adz MLM opportunity.
The Unicorn Adz Product Line
Unicorn Adz has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Unicorn Adz affiliate membership itself.
The Unicorn Adz Compensation Plan
The Unicorn Adz compensation plan sees affiliates purchase positions in a series of matrix cyclers.
A matrix cycler is a matrix with a set number of positions, which once filled trigger a cycle and commission payout.
Unicorn Adz offer participation in three cycler tiers as follows:
Unicorn 25 (entry costs $25, which generates a new $2 position every week for 10 weeks)
- level 1 (2 positions to fill) – receive $1 and cycle into level 2
- level 2 (4 positions to fill) – receive $3 and cycle into level 3
- level 3 (8 positions to fill) – receive $10 and cycle into level 3
- level 4 (16 positions to fill) – receive $320 and cycle into level 4
- level 5 (32 positions to fill) – receive $10,624
Unicorn 60 (entry costs $60, which generates a new $5 position every week for 10 weeks)
- level 1 (2 positions to fill) – receive $2 and cycle into level 2
- level 2 (4 positions to fill) – receive $6 and cycle into level 3
- level 3 (8 positions to fill) – receive $40 and cycle into level 4
- level 4 (16 positions to fill) – receive $640 and cycle into level 5
- level 5 (16 positions to fill) – receive $32,000
Unicorn 120 (entry costs $120, which generates a new $10 position every week for 10 weeks)
- level 1 (2 positions to fill) – receive $4 and cycle into level 2
- level 2 (4 positions to fill) – receive $12 and cycle into level 3
- level 3 (8 positions to fill) – receive $80 and cycle into level 4
- level 4 (16 positions to fill) – receive $1280 and cycle into level 5
- level 5 (32 positions to fill) – receive $64,000
When a Unicorn Adz affiliate receives a cycle commission, a matching bonus is paid to the affiliate who recruited them.
- Unicorn 25 level 2 – $1 matching bonus
- Unicorn 25 level 3 – $4 matching bonus
- Unicorn 25 level 4 – $48 matching bonus
- Unicorn 25 level 5 – $3200 matching bonus
- Unicorn 60 level 2 – $2 matching bonus
- Unicorn 60 level 3 – $16 matching bonus
- Unicorn 60 level 4 – $160 matching bonus
- Unicorn 60 level 5 – $12,000 matching bonus
- Unicorn 120 level 2 – $4 matching bonus
- Unicorn 120 level 3 – $32 matching bonus
- Unicorn 120 level 4 – $320 matching bonus
- Unicorn 120 level 5 – $24,000 matching bonus
Unicorn Adz referral commissions are paid out via a unilevel compensation structure.
A unilevel compensation structure places an a Unicorn Adz affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed 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.
Unicorn Adz cap payable unilevel levels at four, with commissions paid out each time a unilevel team affiliate purchases a new matrix subscription as follows:
- Unicorn 25 -$2 on level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) and $1 on levels 2 to 4
- Unicorn 60 – $5 on level 1, $2 on levels 2 and 3 and $1 on level 4
- Unicorn 120 – $10 on level 1, $5 on level 2, $3 on level 3 and $2 on level 4
Joining Unicorn Adz
Unicorn Adz affiliate membership is free, however affiliates must purchase a matrix subscription to participate fully in the attached MLM income opportunity.
- Unicorn 25 – $25 for ten weeks
- Unicorn 60 – $60 for ten weeks
- Unicorn 120 – $120 for ten weeks
The primary difference between the above subscriptions is income potential through the Unicorn Adz compensation plan.
If I had to guess, either the last few months of scamming haven’t been good to Sidhanath Singh, or the money he made scamming Unison Wealth victims is close to running out.
Cue Unicorn Adz, which is pretty much more of the same.
The cycler subscription model scams affiliates the same as it would in a regular cycler, only it’s spread out over ten weeks.
This generates artificial activity in the cyclers (each affiliate generates one new position for ten weeks), masking the inevitable lack of recruitment and ultimate collapse.
This is precisely what happened with Unison Wealth, which was launched during a subscription cycler boom in 2014.
There are probably a fair few Unison Wealth victims floating around the MLM underbelly, meaning this time around Singh is unlikely to make as much as he did the first time.
Fool me once and all that.
From a compensation standpoint Unison Wealth is a Ponzi scheme. The only source of revenue entering the company is affiliate funds, which are invested on the promise of an advertised ROI ($109,580 at Unicorn 25, $326,880 at Unicorn 60 and $653,760 at Unicorn 120).
These ROIs are paid out subsequently invested funds, making Unicorn Adz a Ponzi scheme.
To the put Unicorn Adz’s advertised ROIs into perspective, the following minimum subscription amounts are required for just one subscription to realize a ROI payment in full:
- 4383 subscriptions for Unicorn 25
- 5448 subscriptions at Unicorn 60 and Unicorn 120
It goes without saying that the only subscriptions that will get anywhere near the advertised ROIs are those belonging to and preloaded by Sidhanath Singh.
A few early adopters (most likely from Singh’s downline that follow him from scheme to scheme) will make a little money, but by and large mathematics dictates that the majority of Unicorn Adz affiliates will lose money.
You saw it happen once in Unison Wealth, two years later it’s set to happen again.