Coin Active Review – Legit Company or Big Scam? Find Out Here…

Welcome to my Coin Active Review!

There are so many new MLM companies popping up regularly online these days…

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With research, it will be much easier to find which company is the right one for you!

I want you to read and learn as much as you possibly can about a company, before jumping in too quickly.

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My blog review will help you with your research and give you the necessary info you need about this company’s history, their products and their compensation plan.

Let’s begin my review!

Coin Active Reviews – The Company

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On the company website, there is no info available on the owners or operators of the company.

However, I dug around a bit and I was able to find that the Coin Active website domain was registered privately as “coin-active.com” on the 16th of January in 2017.

“Coin Active LTD,” is the corresponding name found on the incorporation certificate posted on their website.

It was on the 20th of November in 2017 that Coin Active LTD was incorporated in the United Kingdom.

By a separate residential address listed in London, Stefan Wiggins is named as the only Director of Coin Active LTD.

It should be noted that it is quite easy and inexpensive to get an incorporation from the UK.

Coin Active Reviews – The Products

Coin Active products

Coin Active doesn’t have any products or services for affiliates sell for retail or to purchase.

But anyone wanting to sign up as an affiliate with Coin Active can market the company affiliate membership.

Coin Active Compensation Plan

Affiliates looking to take part in the company compensation plan are required to sign up and invest into the company.

Company affiliates are to invest capital (funds) with the agreement of a promoted ROI on a daily basis:

  • XRP Plan – Invest $10 or more and receive a 225% ROI after 42 days
  • Dash Plan – Invest $100 or more and receive a 200% ROI after 35 days
  • BTC Plan – Invest $1000 or more and receive a 180% ROI after 28 days
  • ETH Plan – Invest $500 or more and receive a 160% ROI after 21 days
  • LTC Plan – Invest $20 or more and receive a 130% ROI after 21 days

NOTE: The company has named their investment plans after many different cryptocurrencies, but the named plans are not associated with cryptocurrencies.

The company does pay out referral commission on funds invested down to level 3 of sponsorship (unilevel):

  • Level 1 (personally sponsored affiliates) – affiliates who invest $30,000 or more receive a 10% commission, everyone else is paid 5%
  • Level 2 – 3%
  • Level 3 – 1%

Cost To Join Coin Active

The cost to join Coin Active as an affiliate is free, although those affiliates with the free membership can only earn commissions on referrals.

If affiliates would like to fully participate in the company and income opportunity, they must invest a minimum of $10.

Verdict of Coin Active

Now that you’ve reached the end, there’s just one last thing I have to say about this company, I do not think this company is 100% legit…

This company offers a lot, but the truth would be a lot more beneficial than a bunch of meaningless details…

The company says they are able to achieve external revenue for ROI payment agreements made with affiliates upon singing up, and they claim to make this by “members’ funds on major investments.”

There is no proof of any external investments being made or profited by the company.

And when it comes right down to it, this company even fails at logic…

If this company was able to reliably achieve a real 160% ROI per 21 days, why on earth would they need to ask people on the internet for money?

The real money entering this company is through new affiliate investments, which occurs when new members sign up.

The newly invested funds are taken and used to pay out ROI owed to previous members, and this makes the company a Ponzi scam.

And with any MLM Ponzi scam, once new affiliate sponsorship slows down, so will the amount of money available to payout ROIs owed.

This will result in the company not being able to pay out ROI, making investors lose out on any returns, and when this prompts a collapse within the company, this will have a worse affect on the investors initial investments.

My advice? Be careful with this company as you are likely to lose your investment…

I hope you enjoyed my Coin Active review and if you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below…

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