30% a day Ponzi scheme targeting Uganda

SuperDeal fails to offer possession and government info on its web site.

The truth is as I write this, Tremendous Deal’s web site is nothing greater than an affiliate login type:

Sarcastically, regardless of the whole lack of transparency, SuperDeal’s web site meta description is;

Tremendous Deal’s skilled funding workforce goals to offer clear, trustworthy investing to everybody.

SuperDeal’s web site area (“superdeal.professional”), was privately registered on October sixth, 2022.

As all the time, if an MLM firm shouldn’t be overtly upfront about who’s working or owns it, assume lengthy and onerous about becoming a member of and/or handing over any cash.

SuperDeal’s Merchandise

SuperDeal has no retailable services or products.

Associates are solely in a position to market SuperDeal affiliate membership itself.

SuperDeal’s Compensation Plan

SuperDeal associates make investments 5000 or extra Ugandan shillings (denoted as UGX).

That is executed on the promise of a 30% day by day ROI.

SuperDeal pays referral commissions on invested funds down three ranges of recruitment (unilevel):

  • degree 1 (personally recruited associates) – 8%
  • degree 2 – 2%
  • degree 3 – 1%

Becoming a member of SuperDeal

SuperDeal affiliate membership is free.

SuperDeal Conclusion

SuperDeal is a low-effort Ponzi scheme focusing on Uganda.

Funding is processed by way of BPAL Applied sciences LTD, a regionally registered shell firm.

Some effort has gone into BPAL Applied sciences LTD. An accompanying web site describes the corporate as

An Inteligent [sic] Digital Platform for making collections and funds.

Past laundering Ponzi cash out of Uganda, BPAL Applied sciences doesn’t seem to have any enterprise operations.

If the scammers behind SuperDeal have been in a position to legitimately generate 30% a day on a constant foundation, they wouldn’t be providing you with entry without spending a dime.

The truth is at 30% a day I can assure you they’d preserve the golden goose to themselves.

All SuperDeal are doing is recycling invested funds to pay withdrawals, which can collapse when recruitment slows down.

At 30% a day, along with being low-effort, SuperDeal might be nicely on the best way to break down.

SuperDeal’s early October launch coincides with the collapse of BLQ Soccer, a “click on a button” Ponzi that precipitated widespread losses in Uganda.

Persuade sufficient individuals who misplaced cash in BLQ Soccer to spend money on SuperDeal, collapse the Ponzi and double-scam them.

As Ugandans noticed with BLQ Soccer, the mathematics behind MLM Ponzi schemes ensures the vast majority of contributors lose cash.