Waszupp Global Review: $35 matrix Ponzi cycler
I first came across Waszubb Global under the company name Waszupp Network.
The Waszupp Mentor Network website names Blaine Williams (Wealth Creation Alliance Ponzi), Fred Bender, Ricky Howe and Mark Campese (Paycation) as Global Directors of the company.
Further research however reveals Ash Sahib (full name: Ashraf Ash H Sahib) is credited as founder and CEO.
In Waszupp Mentor Network marketing material Sahib is credited as a “billionaire from Dubai”.
Somewhat curiously though, his name only appears on the Waszupp Mentor Network website in the description of company conference calls.
On Facebook Sahib (right) cites himself as Chairman and CEO at Waszupp Global.
As far as I can tell, Waszupp Mentor Network isn’t a company in and of itself, rather it’s a downline group within Waszupp Global.
On May 8th Sahib published an article “Success Breeds Success”, on which he used a header for “We Share Success”.
We Share Success was a failed brand of Wazzub. The company name first surfaced in late 2014 as a platform for Wazzub to offer virtual shares through.
That concept ultimately flopped, with Wazzub going on launch a Ponzi scheme in mid 2016.
Today the Wazzub website (Perfect Internet) informs visitors that it’s part of something called the “Unicorn Network”. The MLM opportunity itself appears to have finally collapsed.
I wasn’t able to tie Ash Sahib directly to Wazzub, but the similarities between the two company names is hard to ignore.
In 2014 Sahib was running 4x TradeBiz, a forex income opportunity that appears to have since collapsed.
Read on for a full review of the Waszupp Global MLM opportunity.
Waszupp Global Products
Waszupp Global has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Waszupp Global affiliate membership itself.
The Waszupp Global Compensation Plan
Waszupp Global affiliates sign up, pay $35 and are then paid to recruit other affiliates who do the same.
Waszupp Global pay recruitment commissions via a 3×8 matrix.
A 3×8 matrix places a Waszupp Global affiliate at the top of a matrix, with three positions directly under them:
These three positions form the first level of the matrix. The second level of the matrix is generated by splitting these first three positions into another three positions each (9 positions).
Levels three to eight of the matrix are generated in the same manner, with each new level housing three times as many positions as the previous level.
A Waszupp affiliate signs up and pays $35. They must then personally recruit three affiliates who fill up the first level of their matrix.
This generates a $25 commission and unlocks level 2 of the matrix.
Level two of the matrix is filled as other affiliates fill level 1 of their matrix.
Once level 2 of the matrix is filled, a $292 commission is paid out and level three is unlocked.
Levels three to eight of the matrix operate in the same manner, with commissions paid across all eight levels as follows:
- level 1 – recruit three affiliates and receive $25
- level 2 – generates a $292 commission and unlocks level 3
- level 3 – generates a $1710 commission and unlocks level 4
- level 4 – generates a $45,000 commission and unlocks level 5
- level 5 – generates a $1,017,000 commission and unlocks level 6
- level 6 – generates a commission is paid out (not disclosed) and unlocks level 7
- level 7 – generates a commission (undisclosed) and unlocks level 8
- level 8 – generates a commission (undisclosed)
Note at the time of publication Waszupp Global has yet to confirm payments across levels 6 to 8 of the matrix.
The company’s compensation plan states only that affiliates will make “more money than you can imagine” across these levels.
Joining Waszupp Global
Waszupp Global affiliate membership is $35.
At its core, Waszupp Global is nothing more than a typical matrix cycler Ponzi.
You pay $35, get others to do the same and the more people who cough up, the higher your ROI.
Revenue generated through the matrix is sourced exclusively from newly recruited affiliates paying $35. With each level passing up more and more money to Waszupp Global leaders and management.
While the business model is an uninspired cookie-cutter Ponzi, what’s interesting about Waszupp Global is how it’s being marketed.
Marketing copy sent out less than twenty-four hours ago paints the picture of one Waszupp Global affiliate having a wet dream over First Lady Melania Trump.
When Ash Sahib, the billionaire from Dubai, and the Global Directors closed the call, I couldn’t fall asleep right away.
I was deeply impressed what I just heard.
Here were men with integrity talking about the greatest opportunity for mankind in this decade…
Suddenly, I must have entered the dream state, I had a meeting with beautiful looking Melania Trump.
I was asking for her endorsement of our Waszupp Crowdfunding program.
It has been a long meeting.
Melania wanted to know everything about this global program.
She also wanted to know more about CEO and founder, Ash Sahib, and his pledge in memory of his son.
As you can imagine, I did my best to answer all her questions, still not believing that I had the honor to talk with her.
I had the feeling she was asking me all these questions because of her humble background and her feeling of love for the not so fortunate people in the world.
I cannot remember if I got her endorsement.
The last thing I remember was her big smile before she disappeared.
I am still baffled.
You’re not the only one buddy.
And then there was this Waszupp Global marketing video, which at [14:10] features a Photoshop job of Ethan Vanderbuilt appearing to endorse the company:
Ethan Vanderbuilt runs a blog by the same name and refers to himself as a “scam buster”. To date he has not written about Waszupp Global in any capacity.
As with all Ponzi schemes, once affiliate recruitment dies down so too will newly invested funds.
This will see Waszupp Global’s company-wide matrix slow down, before ultimately grinding to a halt and collapsing.
Those who join in early steal the majority of invested funds and the rest of the Waszupp Global affiliate-base lose out.
Oh and if Waszupp Global truly is a reincarnation of Wazzub, expect years of broken promises and marketing hype to string you along.
Update 11th May 2018 – Following the collapse of Waszupp Global’s original business model reviewed above, the company has relaunched with a new compensation plan.
Your article is full of inconsistencies. I was never ever involved with We Share or Waszub. I have Never Ever stated that I was a Billionaire.
I posted an article “We Share Success” and you just conveniently assumed without checking for facts that I was part of Waszup. This is the first time I am even hearing of that CO.
I challenge you to provide PROOF with your BLATANT LIES and if you cannot ,then retract them and issue an APOLOGY.
I have no problems in you stating the facts and I whole heartedly welcome it but NOT LIES.
I would suggest you to be a responsible author and I will be more than happy to help you out.
Ash Sahib – Chairman / Ceo
WASZUPP GLOBAL LLC
So you say. Meanwhile the rest of your comment reveals comprehension isn’t your strong suit.
I never said you were.
You did more than that, you used their company header image and logo.
Your affiliates are running around the internet claiming so. I wonder where they got the idea you were a billionaire from?
Best of luck with the Ponzi scamming.
Can You Offer Proof That I Posted On Their Letterhead And Used Their Logo ? I Post Quotes On My Waszupp Global Page Post. Just More Lies.
You Implied That I Was Tied To Waszub. Maybe You Should Read What You Have Written.
(Ozedit: Offtopic derail attempts removed)
Yup, it’s on your Facebook page. Posted on May 8th. The image header you copy and pasted was the same used on the We Share Success page of the Perfect Internet website (long defunct).
Your copy and paste job: facebook.com/notes/waszupp-global/success-breeds-success/834412153378078/
Original Wazzub We Share Success.
No, I didn’t.
Unless you wish to discuss how you’re scamming people through your Ponzi scheme, we’re done here.
But you don’t deny it. Hmmmm….
I have had a bad experience with somebody associated with the Company called Waszupp Global. It was somebody calling themselves Jenny Jacobs.
This silly bitch was trying to recruit people but got very annoyed when asked any questions. She told me twice that they didn’t need people like me. I have all the mails from her. She was also very rude. (Ozedit: Attempt to take discussion offsite removed)
There is also another company called. This looks like a legit company with contact information. Waszuppglobal Launch (the ponzi scheme) that is refrred to here has ripped off the logo and pictures from the waszuppglobal website.
Furthermore, for a company with global app that is gonna create millionaires worldwide, they now concentrating their efforts on a ponzi/pyramid scheme, I find this absolute hogwash.
My guess is that these morons don’t even have a product. They thought that they wouldn’t get caught out. They wanting people to fall for their ponzi scheme and then they gonna disappear.
Can someone explain how waszupplaunch and waszuppglobal have so many similarities – name, logo, images – but not related to each other. Definitely no coincidence. Something wrong here.
I watched Earl Dixon’s video and what happened is that one of my videos appeared as a suggested video after they played their promotional video.
He must have been watching some of my videos before he played theirs. Ha ha. I don’t recommend individual money making opportunities, so I would never provide a recommendation for Waszupp.
After, looking at your review of them people should avoid this company.
The launch website is coming up “under maintenance” for me. Probably an affiliate site if it’s not part of the official offering.
Granted a saw the video a last week but it looked like a screenshot from their presentation? He left it on-screen for a while so don’t *think* it was a suggested video.
YouTube also usually puts suggested videos in boxes don’t they?
Edit: Went back and had another look, you’re probably right. It pops up after the video.
Must be some small ass screen he’s watching YT on. I usually get 3-4 suggestions in separate boxes.
I took it as part of their presentation… which I suppose it is seeing as he left it on screen for so long!
We will all soon know whether Ash is a crook or not.
Ponzi cyclers are scams, which makes anyone running them a crook.
Time doesn’t change the mathematical certainty that the majority of investors in a Ponzi scheme lose money.
Waszupp Global Leader audio admitting that Waszupp is a GIFTING scheme.
Sounds like the exact same pitch rhetoric used in the Wealth Creation Alliance Ponzi days…
All hype fluff and no identifiable retail product or customers.
Totally illegal business model in the US.
i have 174 leader in crowdfunding matrix but till not launched. I have confusion.
You recruited people into a Ponzi scheme but the owner hasn’t stolen your money yet. That clarify the situation?
how do you know that what you say of waszupp is an ponzi when you have no proof. prove it.
Waszupp Global’s business model (comp plan) isn’t a secret.
The company shuffles newly invested funds to pay off existing investors through the cycler. That’s Ponzi fraud.
Why are we talking Ponzi Schemes when this opportunity is all about crowdfunding. If it’s a crowdfunding platform it isn’t a ponzi scheme. (Ozedit: Offtopic derail attempt removed)
Because calling a Ponzi scheme crowdfunding doesn’t make it any less of a Ponzi scheme.
You steal from Waszupp Global affiliates who join after you. The money goes straight into your hip pocket. That’s not how legitimate crowdfunding works.
Mr. Kerin, you are located in Shirley, New York. Please look up the court case Pacurib v. Villacruz for a clear-cut description of why Waszupp violates your state’s laws, and why you, the member, can be sued by your downline for recruiting them into it.
Wow… did not know that. I wasn’t trying to start an online war. Just asking.
Why oh why doesn’t anyone do more reviews about (Ozedit: Offtopic derail attempts removed. If you wish to discuss non-MLM companies/entities do it elsewhere.)
Probably because you don’t understand what crowdfunding is. You’ve been fed a bull**** definition that has NOTHING to do with the real definition.
There is NO “Product” here to purchase = Ponzi Scheme
You ONLY make money by recruiting people = Ponzi Scheme
There are NO real “customers” = Ponzi
Put YOUR money IN the pot – get more money OUT of the pot = Ponzi Scheme
What further definition of Ponzi Scheme do you need to Prove to your Brain what you already know is true.
My husband is interesting in joining this company. We’ve been in direct sells for over 25 years. We have made an honest living at it.
I am concerned with him getting involve with this company and ruining our name & credibility.
Steve in San Diego ~ I agree with you wholeheartedly. My question is is the product they are trying to push… bitcoin & a subscription to Networking times (which we already have)?
Isn’t the product in all these PONZI schemes money. The product is never really something anyone wants to sell or buy.
If you are confused about what the product is – you are already too confused to think it is legit to begin with.
25 years in direct sales – you may need a refresher course on product detection!
That’s great. When you say direct sales, do you mean mlm? If so,
Can’t help but wonder what the secret is to finding all your customers as not many people have success? Do you sell at a booth or maybe go door to door?
Yes MLM, My product is Jewelry. My success is my attitude & focus.
I am very open about my success & failures. I have been with this company for that long. You are more than welcome to email me of even look me up on facebook.
(Ozedit: spam removed)
This isn’t the place to promote yourself.
Hey Oz, long time no chat! ‘This is how the wealthy stay wealthy for a one time $35 donation!’
In my opinion this is a crowd funding campaign. The Mission is to give $1 Billion in charities around the world (and then some), and to introduce 1 million donors before the end of 2017.
Donations of $35 are a one time only payment. As an insider, i had noticed that they will reward donors too, making this a rewards based campaign. Wow, how clever!
If you want to unlock the donations to your own crowd funding campaign, then you simply refer 3 donors! So it’s people helping others in a global movement…
What’s your dream? The intangible product is ‘hope and dreams’
Waszupp (not to be confused with another company with a similar name) crowdfunding also provides a subscription to networking times and other products such as ebooks and an ‘online university’ Whatever way you look at it, there are gifts in the form of digital products!
You are welcome to refer 3 or more, but this is not mandatory unless you want to use the crowdfunding platform and your own self replicated website for your own personal crowd funding cause(s)!
Not a bad system, only $35 and refer 3 and it’s no wonder 200 top leaders and 300,000 prospective donors had already signed up! You used a word called ‘Ponzi’, but i can see this as a legal entity and its a happy moment for me to share this campaign that will go viral. There will be massive momentum generated and ‘spilling’.
I have one ‘special’ leader position in the matrix available for someone who can refer 3 leaders, is that you? We have enough time to position you and your team of 3 leaders before we launch to the world on October 1…
In my opinion, there will be donations coming into my Bitcoin wallet on October 1 and i can get ‘paid’ daily!, and in my opinion when you take up this opportunity, then with my help you will be ‘positioned for success’
Disclaimer: I cannot guarantee you wil receive any donations or make any money at all!
I look forward to hearing any further comments by email!
If you’re expecting payback, it’s not a donation but investment. Your definition is about as scrambled as your brain.
when can we expect to see verifiable, outside source proof of this?
When you join the crowdfunding campaign you can monitor it’s progress. Before making comments, please listen to the audios and watch the video presentation, thank you!
Filling up all 8 levels would result to pyramid of 9 840 people who in turn have paid $35 x 9 840 = $344 400. How can level 5 already generate over a million in commission as there won’t be that much money in the system?
I’ll help everyone with this:
3 x $35 = $105 (commission: $25)
3 x 3 x $35 = $315 (commission: $292 – just $23 of the money paid by new entrants could be paid to somewhere else, so people at level 1 cannot be paid)
3 x 3 x 3 x $35 = $945 (commission: $1 710 – more than the investments of new entrants)
3 x 3 x 3 x 3 x $35 = $2 835 (commission: $45 000 – almost 20 times the investments of new entrants)
3 x 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 x $35 = $8 505 (commission: $1 017 000 – over 100 times the investments of new entrants)
I don’t think I fail this bad in basic math, how is this system supposed to work beyond level 1?
you clearly missed ‘VERIFIABLE, OUTSIDE SOURCE’.
Indeed, “Before making comments, please” actually read what’s posted. though I know what people are looking for can never be presented. Words from the scam are not independent.
You sound like a parrot repeating “please talk to my master, my master will explain everything”. Tsk, tsk, tsk.
In one ear and out the other…
Affiliates paying affiliates in MLM = cash gifting.
Legitimate donations don’t qualify you to receive donations from other people, who are only making donations because it qualifies them to receive donations etc. etc. That’s cash gifting, an illegal scam the world over.
No opinion, just fact.
Located FL. corporationwiki.com/p/2xzwds/waszupp-global-inc
Thanks for the excellent article, Oz!
We were amazed by the verbiage in the video.
Imagine being able to join the revolution of the art of noble giving, raising a billion dollars for needy people around the world and at the same time receiving the finances to build the lives of OUR dreams!
For a one time ‘donation’ of $35, Waszupp (after holding back a measly $10 for ‘operating costs’) allows us to ‘harness the power of collective resources’ to help start small businesses, support innovation, promote prosperity, help entrepreneurs and small investors, provide disaster relief, fund community projects and poverty and hunger initiatives in a “noble endeavor to change lives around the world.”
And just by giving, we can also pay our debts, go on vacations, take care of medical bills and college costs, make a down payment and pay off our mortgage, buy a new car, and live the life of our dreams. All for $35!
It’s magic! Or maybe witchcraft. Or maybe just another Ponzi …
This noble endeavor sounds more like the art of noble taking.
Thanks again for exposing this scam.
Bob and Anna Bassett
Well Done Truth Be Told!
Otto, I Have Checked the Official Numbers (Not your numbers.. lol) and They All Work;
*Launch Date to The World Has Been Announced!
You Can View The Launch From The Inside of Your Own Crowdfunding Platform and Get Donations, Funding Your Goals and Dreams!
Ponzi math never works. You can’t beat ever-increasing unsustainable numbers.
Leo… you just hammered a nail into the coffin of your Tutorman business. Waszupp’s business plan is definitely criminal under Australian law.
And if you are currently in China as one of your Facebook pages suggests, you’ve dug yourself an even deeper hole.
China gives lifetime sentences for fake “crowdfunding” ventures. Tsk, tsk, tsk.
Dear MD, I will definiately be making a donation or 2 in Bitcoin to a legitimate crowdfunding entity and worthy causes such as: Shelter the Homeless; Feed the Hungry; Humanitarian Causes; Disaster Relief; Children’s Hospitals; Personal Goals and Dreams; etc etc.
This has nothing to do with business, it’s not a business, it’s a crowd funding project. Thank you for your enquiry, MD.
I’m sorry, not a business?
Cut the crap Leo. You invest $35 or more in Ponzi cycler positions and then steal money from people who join after you.
What you do outside of that core business mechanic in Waszupp Global is neither here nor there.
Ain’t the internet grand ???
You can type any nonsense you want and pimp ponzi schemes to your hearts’ content, knowing full well your anonymity will protect you from any fallout.
Now I begin to understand why you thought that howtokissfish.com was a worthwhile website name, Leo. You have lost the capacity for rational thought.
How are persons who donate $35 stealing money? (Ozedit: Snip, see below.)
Legitimate donations aren’t made with the expectation of receiving donations from other donors.
That’s cash gifting, which when combined with a matrix cycler Makes Waszupp Global a Ponzi scheme.
Referring to cash gifting payments as “donations” doesn’t make it any less of an illegal scam, and you as a participant a scammer.
You’re stealing money from people who join after you in an unsustainable business model. Own it and stop lying to yourself.
I’m turning this over to my state atty general to see if it breaks this states laws. I’ll post here as soon as I find out.
I’m so sick of cheating tricksters relying on the hopes of people desperate for money.
I was made aware of this Ponzi scheme by a guy down on his luck. He hocked his wedding ring for the $35 then tried to get me into it.
These hucksters better start to believe in God before its too late for redemption. I’m just sayin’.
Has this stupid fake “crowdfunder” finally launched? What happened? Has it failed faster than expected?
The Waszupp Global website is Alexa ranked 1,430,713 in the world and the last entry on its’ Facebook page was made on October 14.
Make of that what you will.
Ash is a scammer! He is a liar! Of course, this is a scam.
Is this thing still in business, or has it collapsed?
Alexa stalled as Waszupp Crowdfunding. Doesn’t appear to have gone anywhere.
It is so interesting to read all of these comments… I live in the south of france and as frenchy I work with a few MLM’s for the last 15 yrs.
I need the english language and I teach MLM to my fellow french friends who do not understand english. Waszupp is one of the groups we work with and after having received the 25$ et 292$ on my bitcoin account, I can share this straigtforwards to people.
(Ozedit: recruitment spam removed)
When you invest 35$ and you gain 320$ in return, we cannot complain…
If you’ve truly been working in MLM for fifteen years then you should know better than to invest in Ponzi schemes.
Whether you and your friends are comfortable with being scamming thieves is neither here nor there.
I’ve been a leader for a year already in Waszupp … it’s normal on the internet to be attacked being accused by fraudsters and illegal thieves.
every single step by the company has been gradual and the ignorance of any digital creature or site that creates income can rightly scare.
Waszupp’s step is gradual but anyway having been present for a year now we should not be more conceived as a scam since we are in close contact with the administration that is pre-existent in our groups ….
what can we say? in Italy they say if they are roses will flourish and if it is a scam we will keep you informed about it and from my side I have a deep trust, esteem and faith in this company …
If by leader you mean someone who stole money from others, then the motive for you’re silly attempt to defend Ponzi fraud is obvious.
Meanwhile Waszupp Global’s Alexa ranking continues to decline, which for a Ponzi scheme spells collapse.
I don’t understand what is this
Is this thing still in business, or has it collapsed?
Waszupp Global is a huge scam. I joined beginning of October 2017.
By Jan1 2018, they switched visions of the company out of the blue after almost disbanding, and then asked for more money…. I immediately asked for my money back and the money back of my entire team.
After months of being ignored and told I’d be contacted by ash Sahib himself, nothing.
Come to find out, I have it on good authority to someone who was close with Ash, that he made 2 million dollars from the “pre-launch” of the crowd funding project, and never launched!
I obviously know now they have no intention of paying the money back. A shame since they do all this in the “name of God”.
Absolute cowards. No integrity. But it’s OK, because the God I know, doesn’t take pleasure in people who get wealthy off frauding others.
Ash and his pals will get what’s coming to them. One way or another.
Blaine Williams and Mark Campese took what they earned and went off to start their own scam, Noble 8 Revolution.
Waszupp Global collapsed last year. They recently introduced some VIP membership BS, but it’s still attached to the same Ponzi cycler model.
Oz, one other thing you might mention is that when a “donation” is given in “lieu of a consideration” (i.e., expectation of a benefit in exchange for giving the money), it is no longer legally considered a donation, but an investment, which would require a securities license on the part of the company and those representing the company.
And without a securities license on the part of the company and all of its reps, it would be automatically classified as a ponzi/pyramid scheme.
Getting paid for the act of the recruiting is just another nail in the coffin…
Ash Ponzi how can you say you didnt get the idea from Wazzub? Minus the $35 you were charging to join, Waszupp is exactly like Wazzub!
Only you stole and still are stealing $35 from each person signing up! But you dont give a flying shit because you made 2 million dollars!