We Care We Can Review: Followup to flopped Team Build Income
There is no information on the We Care We Can website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The We Care We Can website domain (“wecarewecan.net”) was registered on August 22nd, 2016. Kao Ke Saetern is listed as the owner, with an address in the US state of California also provided.
Saetern (right) first popped up on BehindMLM’s radar earlier this month as the admin behind Team Build Income, a five-tier cash gifting scheme.
Alexa statistics for the Team Build Income website suggest that, less than a month after launch, the scheme has already collapsed.
Read on for a full review of the We Care We Can MLM opportunity.
The We Care We Can Product Line
We Care We Can has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market We Care We Can affiliate membership itself.
Bundled with We Care We Can affiliate membership is access to “simple advertising products”.
The We Care We Can Compensation Plan
The We Care We Can compensation plan sees affiliates gift payments of up to $800 to eachother.
Gifting payments in We Care We Can are tracked through a two-tier 2×4 matrix compensation structure.
A 2×4 matrix places an affiliate at the top of a matrix, with two positions directly under them:
These initial two positions form the first level of the matrix, with the second level of the matrix generated by splitting each of the two positions into another two positions each (4 positions).
The third and fourth levels of the matrix are generated in the same manner, housing 8 and 16 positions respectively (note that the fourth matrix level is not shown in the illustration above).
A complete 2×4 matrix houses 30 positions, with positions filled via direct and indirect recruitment of We Care We can affiliates.
Upon being recruited, a new We Care We Can affiliate gifts $20 to the affiliate who recruited them.
This in turn qualifies them to receive two $20 payments from subsequently recruited affiliates as follows:
- Matrix 1, level 1 – gift $20 and qualify to receive two $20 payments ($40)
- Matrix 1, level 2 – gift $35 and qualify to receive four $35 payments ($140)
- Matrix 1, level 3 – gift $100 and qualify to receive eight $100 payments ($800)
- Matrix 1, level 4 – gift $300 and qualify to receive sixteen $300 payments ($4800)
- Matrix 2, level 1 – gift $500 and qualify to receive two $500 payments ($1000)
- Matrix 2, level 2 – gift $600 and qualify to receive four $600 payments ($2400)
- Matrix 2, level 3 – gift $700 and qualify to receive eight $700 payments ($5600)
- Matrix 2, level 4 – gift $800 and qualify to receive sixteen $800 payments ($12,800)
Joining We Care We Give
We Care We Give affiliate membership is tied to at least one $20 gifting payment to the affiliate who recruited you.
With Team Build Income having flopped, Kao Ke Saetern has simply copy and rebooted the same cash gifting business model and given it a new coat of paint.
We Care We Give affiliates join the company by gifting $20 to the affiliate who recruited them. This payment qualifies them to receive $20 gifting payments from subsequently recruited affiliates.
The rest of the We Care We Give compensation plan is just the recycling of gifted funds in larger and larger amounts, funneling funds to early We Care We Give affiliates.
At the top of this chain is Saetern, who through one or more preloaded positions stands to receive the lion’s share of funds paid in.
As with all gifting schemes, once recruitment of new affiliates dries up, so too will new gifting payments entering through the bottom of We Care We Give’s compensation plan.
This will slow down payments at the upper tiers of the matrices, with the scheme eventually collapsing.
This is a Member to Member activity, there are no refunds.
To see this in practice one need look no further than Team Build Income, which lasted barely a month. Running a near identical business model, it’s expected We Care We Give will be a repeat performance.