New Trend Network Review: Peer to Peer Ponzi Scheme

New Trend Network promises 80% ROI to those investing in the program. However, the admin is no where to be in the picture while making the promises. Isn't that suspicious?
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The website of the New Trend Network has no mention of the names of the owners of company making it look suspicious. The domain (newtrendnetwork.com) was also registered privately on 24th December 2018. Hence, I could not find the names of the domain owner.

According to Alexa, the majority of the traffic is coming from South Africa which accumulates for 85% suggesting a higher chance of owner being from South Africa.

The company also does not offer any retailable product or service to its affiliates making itself even more dangerous investment. The only way to connect with the company is to join their affiliate program. The membership is free. However, the full participation requires an investment of $40.

New Trend Network – The Compensation Plan

New Trend Network offers 80% ROI for the investment of $40 to $4000. It uses uni-level compensation plan.

In a uni level compensation plan, an affiliate is placed on the top. The personally recruited affiliates are placed directly under the one who recruited them. For example, the affiliates recruited by the top affiliate are placed on the first level. The ones recruited by the first level affiliates are placed on level 2 and so on.

New Trend Network – Referral Commission

The referral commission is paid through the uni level compensation structure.

The funds invested by the new affiliates are used to pay the old ones. A percentage of the invested funds are paid across different levels as follow:

  • Level 1: 20%
  • Level 2: 2%
  • Level 3: 3%
  • Level 4: 5%

New Trend Network – Reviews

Johan: There is no guarantee if the affiliates would be paid or not and when the entire program would be gone with the blink of the eye. The company has worst plan for paying its affiliates and seems to be shut soon.

Fedric Beyoncé: Nothing surprises me anymore. I invested in this company and they never replied to my problems. Now, I know that these guys are scammers and if you are facing the same problem, it is no surprise to me.

The Conclusion from the above Reviews

The reviews suggest that the company is no different from any other Ponzi scheme. Promising high ROI which seems too good to be true and then backing off when actually asked for payments. New Trend Network may seem to be a new name, but its fate would be similar to many more Ponzi Scheme that were shut down in few months after their inception.

The Verdict

On their website, New Trend Network has clearly stated that it is a peer to peer network which means that the affiliates pay the other affiliates. Doesn’t it sound similar, like a Ponzi Scheme? The company promises 80% ROI on all its investment.

Although, the company has tried to use fancy terms like provide help and get help, it doesn’t make them any different from the other MLM schemes currently running in the market. The company also has the referral commission plan which works as the icing on the cake to make this entire program a hard core Ponzi scheme.

It would be of no use to say that the company would be soon at the end of its legacy as it is very obvious through their bogus offers and ROI scheme.

As it happens with all the MLM schemes with no trusted product or service to share, the New Trend Network will fall prey of the affiliate recruitment starvation. As the time will pass, the recruitment will freeze.

This will further lead to the freezing of ROI being passed on to the members and investors. Those who would be joining at the start would be able to earn the profit. However, do not forget that in any of these MLM schemes, most of the top orders are always those who are running the program behind the scene.

In short, the anonymous admins will have all the money the innocent affiliates would be investing and the majority of the investors will lose all their hard earned money in the lure of 80% ROI. So, if anyone would be gaining from this fake show would be the admins and the few top investors. And, others would be running behind these scammers after the program stops responding.

Hence, I would suggest that investing in New Trend Network would be a sheer foolishness. Rather, you can try other legit programs that are running from quite a some time now and offer transparent services to its investors.

 

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2 comments on New Trend Network Review: Peer to Peer Ponzi Scheme

  1. Benson

    Hi, you are spot on on New Trend Network and https://www.thebillionairesnet.work/?ref_id=78

    Actually none of the investors gets any of their investments. Immediately after you join you get a notice saying they increased re commitment money to 35% of your investments meaning your profit is immediately cut by huge margins.

    By the time month ends, your investment recommit amount is about 80% of your investment which means you’ve lost 100%

  2. Benson

    Hi, you are spot on on New Trend Network and https://www.thebillionairesnet.work/?ref_id=78

    Actually none of the investors gets any of their investments. Immediately after you join you get a notice saying they increased re commitment money to 35% of your investments meaning your profit is immediately cut by huge margins.

    By the time month ends, your investment recommit amount is about 80% of your investment which means you’ve lost 100%.

    The scheme / Scam has infiltrated one of Banks in Sou South Africa, Capitec Bank. They opened over 2000 dodgy accounts that are facilitating cash transactions – similar to MMM scam that was also targeting the country.

    Unfortunately South African Police Services (Saps) does not have capacity to trace and arrest this kind of criminals using complex IT networks.