Maya Group Review – Legit Biz Op or Just Another Scam?
Welcome to my Maya Group Review!
There has been some buzz going around about this company lately, so it’s time for another review!
I always say the best way to make sure you are making a good investment is by thoroughly researching the company before jumping in.
You work hard for your money and you want to be sure that it’s going to be in good hands, right?
My review will go over the company, the products they offer and the compensation plan.
Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about Maya Group.
Maya Group Review – The Company
Maya Group is described as a “software startups investment and development company”.
Their company website doesn’t offer any information about who owns or operates the business.
The domain was first registered as “maya-group.me” back in 2014 and was most recently updated on the 7th of November, 2016.
Andrey Seregin is listed as the owner of the Maya Group website domain.
A quick peek at Seregin’s personal LinkedIn profile revealed that he credits himself as the CEO of Maya Group since 2014.
Maya Group Reviews – The Products
Maya Group does not have any retail products or services to offer affiliates or retail customers.
Affiliates who join Maya Group simply market the affiliate membership.
The Maya Group Compensation Plan
Affiliates who join in on the compensation plan must invest in virtual shares that the company sells for €10 EUR.
Every week, the Maya Group generates 200 virtual shares.
Affiliates can also buy virtual shares from other Maya Group affiliates through an internal marketplace, with the price per share rate going no higher than €20 EUR.
180 days after purchase, affiliates can sell their virtual shares back to the company for €10 each.
Transfers of up to €1000 EUR can be made into their share purchase balance.
The company states that they distribute 10% of the daily company-wide generated revenue equally to affiliate shareholders.
Maya Group charges a 20% fee on any commission withdrawals affiliates wish to make.
Residual commissions can be earned on deposits into sponsored affiliate’s share purchase balances.
These commissions are paid out through a unilevel compensation structure and are capped at 3 levels of sponsorship.
- Level 1 (Personally sponsored affiliates) – 25%
- Level 2 – 5%
- Level 3 – 1%
Cost To Join Maya Group
The cost to join Maya Group as an affiliate is free.
However, should you wish to participate in the compensation plan, an investment in at least one €10 EUR virtual share is required.
Verdict on Maya Group
There are a few problems with this company…
First offering virtual shares and paying a dividend on them is a security offering, but Maya Group offers no evidence if they are registered…
It looks like May Group’s “LLC” is registered in Montenegro, but it looks like it’s not registered to offer securities there or anywhere around the world.
Personally, I would proceed with caution and ask the company owners on how “legal” their virtual shares are…
If they can prove they are legit, well then that’s great…
If they can’t, well I would run and never look back lol.
Anyway, I hope you enjoyed my Maya Group review and if you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below…
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