Ma Vie International Club’s website provides to leads about the names of the owners of the company. Or, any information about the minds running the company being anonymous. The domain (mavieint.com) of the company was registered privately on 13th April 2018. Hence, I wasn’t able to get any clue about the name of the domain owner as well.
The company does provide an address on their website at Mauritius. However, a simple google search clears the doubt of this company being real. The address provided on the website is linked to much other business and is pretty obvious that the address is virtual.
During the publication time, the company wasn’t accepting any affiliates outside of South Africa. According to Alexa estimate as well, the entire traffic was generated tinSouth Africa during the publication. This very well suggests that the admins of the company are from South Africa itself.
The company only provides the affiliate program. There is no product of services that can be retailed from the company. If one wishes to join the company, he has to become one of the affiliates. For accessing all the benefits, one needs to pay a minimum of $100. Those entering through free membership programs, are only provided the access to the referral bonus.
The opportunity seems pretty much similar to all the other pyramid scheme and one should avoid falling for the bait the company has showcased. Firstly, it is an MLM scheme and secondly, its entirely opaque which makes it even riskier.
Ma Vie International Club Connection with Other Businesses
Black Marlin was one of the many scams operating in Mauritius for which the country’s regulators have also issued warnings. And, Ma Vie International Club seems to have a connection with this company.
If you would check the website of Black Marlin, you will find a link to the Ma Vie International club listed as the Premium saving plan.
Black Marlin operated with many names and Mauritius FSC has already issued warnings for two of those companies.
Hence, it is highly evident that Ma Vie International Club is one of the companies Black Marlin has opened to scam people.
Ma Vie International Club – Compensation Plan
The admins of the company promise variable ROI in exchange for the points parked with the Ma Vie International Club.
- Plan 1: You must invest $100 – $1000 for receiving a variable ROI (daily) for 12 months
- Plan 2: You must invest $1001 – $5000 for receiving a variable ROI (daily) for 10 months and 0.1% daily bonus rate
- plan 3: You must invest $5001 – $10,000 for receiving a variable ROI (daily) for 8 months and 0.2% daily bonus rate
- Plan 4: You must invest $10,001 – $20,000 for receiving a variable ROI (daily) for 6 months and 0.25% daily bonus rate
- Plan 5: You must invest $20,001 – $40,000 for receiving a variable ROI (daily) for 4 months and 0.3% daily bonus rate
- Plan 6: You must invest $40,001 or more for receiving a variable ROI (daily) for 4 months and 0.35% daily bonus rate
Ma Vie International Club – Referral Commission
The referral commission is paid to three levels of recruitment via uni-level compensation plan. In a Uni-Level compensation plan, an affiliate is placed on the top. The affiliates recruited personally are placed right under the one who recruited them.
For example, the affiliates who are recruited by the top affiliate are placed on level 1. Those who are recruited by the level 1 affiliates are placed on level 2 and so on.
- Level 1: 4.5%
- Level 2: 3%
- Level 3: 2%
Ma Vie International Club – Reviews from Around the World
Max: I was scammed. This is not a legit platform. They are scammers. They have got my $500 but won’t refund.
Shawn: I do not trust this company. They are completely ignorant to our queries. Tried to contact them many times for the affiliation.
The Conclusion from the above Reviews
The above reviews are lucid and very well sing the deeds of the company. Ma Vie International Club is a bogus company with no real product or services to offer. Much like any other pyramid scheme.
The company calls itself the investment club. It tries to demonstrate itself as the financial institution. However, there is no evidence to back that part. On the contrary, the compensation plan is similar to that of the ICO lending Ponzi Scheme.
In the compensation plan, the affiliates are encouraged to invest for variable ROI. The invested funds by the new affiliates are used to pay the existing affiliates. Once, the recruitment will dry, the ROI will also stop.
While most of the affiliates will lose money, few joining early would be able to take some advantage. The anonymous admins will run away with the money left with the platform, enough to get them the fortune.
Hence, I would recommend not investing in this scam. You would be cheating others by referring to them as well.