webeturbo-logoWeBeTurbo operate in the advertising MLM niche and claim to be based out of Seychelles.

Our headquarters, based in Seychelles, offers our members the highest level of privacy protection.

This gives us and our members around the world many advantages in terms of absolute discretion and confidentiality of member information at werbeturbo.

Why “absolute discretion” and affiliate confidentiality are selling points for an MLM opportunity, I’m not sure.

Curiously, the address provided in Seychelles is a PO Box. WeBeTurbo appears to only exist in Seychelles on paper, there is no “headquarters”.

Also the image used to represent WeBeTurbo’s headquarters appears to be an image of a building in England. A Google search reveals multiple websites using it to represent an address at 7 Birchin Lane, London.

Why WeBeTurbo are using an image of a building in England to represent a PO Box address in Seychelles is unclear.

Sammy Antoine Freminot is cited as WeBeTurbo’s Director, with further research suggesting he is a lawyer based out Seychelles.

Whether or not Freminot is actually running WeBeTurbo is unclear.

All of this seems pretty suspect to me, so I’m flagging it as highly suspicious.

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 WeBeTurbo Product Line

WeBeTurbo has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market WeBeTurbo affiliate membership itself.

Bundled with WeBeTurbo affiliate membership are a series of advertising credits, which can be used to display advertising on the WeBeTurbo website itself.

The WeBeTurbo Compensation Plan

The WeBeTurbo compensation plan sees affiliates pay €8 EUR annually and get paid to recruit others who do the same.

Commissions in WeBeTurbo are tracked through a 3×9 compensation plan.

A 3×9 compensation plan places an affiliate at the top of the matrix, with three positions placed directly under them (level 1):


These three positions form the first level of the matrix, with the second level generated by splitting the first level positions into another three positions each.

In this manner the matrix goes down nine levels, with each new level generated by splitting the previous level’s positions into another three new positions each.

In total, a 3×9 matrix houses 29,523 positions.

Commission payments are paid out of €8 EUR fees all WeBeTurbo affiliates pay. This €8 EUR is split monthly, with each filled position in the matrix paying €0.05 EUR a month.

A completely filled WeBeTurbo matrix thus pays out a theoretical €1476.15 EUR a month.

Joining WeBeTurbo

Affiliate membership with WeBeTurbo is tied to the purchase of an €8 EUR matrix position.

This €8 EUR fee is renewable annually.


As per the WeBeTurbo compensation plan;

Working as a team with the same goal is fun and profitable.

There is no better deal for your investment of only €8.00 in the first membership.

Contribute to hold on to the rule and deserve!

With nothing being marketed or sold to retail customers, WeBeTurbo functions as a recruitment-driven pyramid scheme.

Affiliates pay €8 EUR a year and are paid when recruited affiliates do the same.

If you visit the sites, only 3 members in 5 days, the invest of €8.00 in their basic income and advertise in 5 days also three members who invest in their income, your compensation plan in 53 days is full.

As with all pyramid schemes, once recruitment of new affiliates dries up, so too will commissions paid out.

WeBeTurbo’s annual fee structure sees each affiliate’s €8 EUR fee paid over 12 months, with those at the bottom hoping enough newly recruited affiliates pay in to cover their own €8 EUR fee.

If that doesn’t happen, affiliates are unlikely to renew their €8 EUR fee, meaning those above them stop getting paid.

This lack of retention will inevitably wind its way up the company-wide WeBeTurbo matrix, resulting in a collapse once enough affiliates have failed to renew their €8 EUR fee.

That’s of course is Paypal don’t shut down WeBeTurbo’s payment account first:

We recommend for countries with other currencies, the deposit and withdrawal with PayPal.

Paypal traditionally has an aversion to MLM opportunities and are known to freeze suspected accounts for T&C violations without notice.

So take your pick, either WeBeTurbo will collapse when recruitment slows down or Paypal will seize invested funds. Those at the bottom of the scheme lose either way.