FutureCash Review: Ponzi promising 40% monthly ROI

FutureCash claims to be the new critically acclaimed service which is lined to gold rush. It offers worthless tokens in exchange of bitcoins and Ethereum and promises a 40% return monthly. However, the admins seek privacy and have not disclosed their identity.
FutureCash Review: Ponzi promising 40% monthly ROI
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FutureCash website has no information about the founders of the company. There is no name provided for the admins of the scheme. I checked the WHOIS for the domain (futurecash.io) of FutureCash. But the domain was registered privately, and I could not find any lead regarding the name of the owner of the domain. The domain was registered on 2nd December 2017.

The company does not offer any verifiable products or services apart from its affiliate membership program. If you wish to join their program, you will have to spend a minimum of $200.

However, I would suggest staying away from companies that are not transparent, especially if it is an MLM company offering no retailable products or services.

FutureCash – Compensation Plan

FutureCash offers FCH points to its affiliates for $1 for each point. After the affiliates acquire these points, they are further encouraged to lend back these points to the anonymous owners in the promise of monthly ROI that can reach up to 40%.

  • Plan 1: You must invest $200 – $1009 for receiving up to 16% monthly ROI for 179 days
  • Plan 2: You must invest $1010 – $5009 for receiving up to 18% monthly ROI and 0.1% bonus daily ROI for 159 days
  • Plan 3: You must invest $5010 – $10,009 for receiving up to 20% monthly ROI and 0.12% bonus daily ROI for 149 days
  • Plan 4: You must invest $10,010 – $20,009 for receiving up to 22% monthly ROI and 0.14% bonus daily ROI for 139 days
  • Plan 5: You must invest $20,010 – $40,009 for receiving up to 25% monthly ROI and 0.16% bonus daily ROI for 129 days
  • Plan 6: You must invest $40,010 – $60,009 for receiving up to 30% monthly ROI and 0.18% bonus daily ROI for 119 days
  • Plan 7: You must invest $60,010 – $100,009 for receiving up to 35% monthly ROI and 0.2% bonus daily ROI for 99 days
  • Plan 8: You must invest $100,010 or more for receiving up to 40% monthly ROI and 0.22% bonus daily ROI for 89 days

FutureCash – Referral Commission

FutureCash uses unilevel structure to pay referral commission to its affiliates. In unilevel structure, an affiliate is placed on the top order. The affiliates who are recruited personally are placed directly under the recruiter.

For example, the affiliates who are recruited by the top affiliate are placed on level 1. The affiliates who are recruited by any of the level 1 affiliate are placed on level 2 and so on. The levels can go to infinite rows.

FutureCash pay the referral commission to the affiliate till level 3. The percentage of funds invested by the new affiliates are paid as the referral commission to the existing affiliates.

  • Level 1: 10%
  • Level 2: 3%
  • Level 3: 2%

FutureCash Review

Dixen: Another scam! There is nothing new in the scheme. For sure, it’s a Ponzi Scheme. How people can still be a part of this scam knowing that it is just another ponzi scheme. You should be beware.

Ruth J: Still confused. They have mentioned that they accept bitcoin and Ethereum. But, I could not go through their account creation link. Never reached the buying process. Tried to reach the support, but no luck. Fake and scam.

Conclusion from the above Reviews

The reviews are enough to say it all. The anonymous admins have brought nothing new on the table. The ponzi scheme with similar lending program. Instead of accepting money, FutureCash accepts bitcoins and Ethereum.

The Verdict

If you would check out their website, you would understand how clueless the company is. They have mentioned about the smart investment system for generating ROI for the members. However, there is no details provided of their so called ‘Smart Investment System’.

On top of that, they have provided no evidence to back their claim. Even if we consider this claim to be true and believe that they are able to make 40% monthly ROI for all its members, why is the company asking for funds from random users over internet. And why are they being so generous and want to share the revenue with others.

FutureCash have compared itself with BitConnect and HextraCoin.

“FutureCash helps investors recover their capital faster, within 89 days in comparison with Bitconnect 120 days, Hextracoin 99 days respectively.”

However, both these companies collapsed few weeks back. HextraCoin collapsed on 4th January and BitConnect followed a week later. What a coincidence?

As per the Ponzi Scheme cycle, once the recruitment would freeze and the minimum threshold will reach, the admins will stop paying ROI and the platform will collapse. As soon as it will happen, the unknown admins will run away with whatever is left with the platform.

Few affiliates who would be joining early would be able to make some profit. But, majority of the affiliates will lose money in the hands of anonymous scammers who calls themselves experts in investing.

So, I would suggest staying away from these people who do not have the nerve to disclose their identity. If you wish to save yourself from pain, try to find other alternatives.

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