Yunooh Review: Matrix cycler ad directory
There is no information on the Yunooh website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The Yunooh website domain (“yunooh.com”) was first registered on the 25th of September 2013, with a “Remmar Pidong” listed as the owner. An address in Quezon, Philippines is also provided.
On his LinkedIn profile, Pidong (right) lists himself as being the CEO and Founder of Yunooh since 2013.
He also lists a website called Kalzada, which advertises a “500 peso reward” if an affiliate recruits five people. Pidong also cites himself as a “Team Manager”, having worked at East West Banking Corporation since August 2014.
Possibly due to language-barriers, I was unable to find any further involvement by Pidong in the MLM industry.
Read on for a full review of the Yunooh MLM business opportunity.
The Yunooh Product Line
Yunooh has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Yunooh affiliate membership itself.
Once signed up, Yunooh affiliates can then purchase $4 matrix queue positions.
Bundled with each of these positions is a directory ad placement, which is displayed on the Yunooh website.
The Yunooh Compensation Plan
The Yunooh compensation plan sees affiliates pay $4 for positions in a matrix queue, with commissions paid out when they recruit others who do the same.
Yunooh use a 2×1 matrix structure, which sees each position requiring two subsequent positions to be purchased before a 50 cent commission is paid out.
Although not explicitly clarified, I believe these positions are then re-entered back into the bottom of the queue.
Affiliate membership with Yunooh is free, however affiliates must purchase at least one $5 matrix queue position in order to participate in the income opportunity.
As such the defacto minimum cost of Yunooh affiliate membership is $4.
When I first began researching Yunooh I clicked “business opportunity” on their main homepage.
I don’t know if it’s supposed to be a joke or what, but what’s listed there are ads for escorts, lottery jackpot spells, spiritual power rings, money and business spells.
I’m not kidding, that’s what’s there. Oh and then there’s also the Google ripoff logo. Seriously?
An obviously bogus ad directory and shonky logo design aside, Yunooh otherwise operate as a straight-forwards queue cycler.
You sign up, you pay $4 for a position and once enough subsequent positions have been paid for, you get paid 50 cents.
The positions I believe are then re-entered back into the bottom of the queue for another 50 cent payout.
The problem is this process requires four cycles just to break even, with each requiring an ever-increasing amount of new position purchases to push the matrix queue along.
One position requires a minimum two positions to push through. Those positions require four, those four require eight.. and that’s not including the re-entered positions.
Once Yunooh affiliate recruitment dies down, naturally the queue stalls and commissions are no longer paid out.
The scheme then collapses, with Remmar Pidong keeping any funds still tied to uncycled matrix queue positions.