Right Rise Review – Legit Company or Another Scam? Let’s Find Out…
Welcome to my Right Rise Review!
There has been some buzz about this company lately, so it’s time for another review!
Joining a new business is a big decision, so conducting thorough research before signing up is so important.
My review will go over the company background, the products and the compensation plan.
So let’s dig in!
Right Rise Review – The Company
I couldn’t find any real information on the company website about who owns or operates Right Rise.
Although, I did find out that the Right Rise website domain was first registered on the 9th of February, 2014 as “rightrise.com”.
The registration was most recently updated on the 21st of January, 2016.
The registration identifies Ronald Allison as the domain owner, listing an address in Manchester, UK.
I found the same address on the Right Rise website.
Incorporated in the UK in April of 2016, Ronald Allison is identified as the sole Director of Right Rise.
Approximately one month ago, a YouTube account listed under “Ronald Allison” started uploading Right Rise marketing videos.
A little more digging and I was able to find out that the UK address belongs to Manchester Business Center, which is a business that sells virtual mailing addresses.
This likely means that Right Rise exists in the UK in name only.
It also seems that most of the website traffic is coming from Japan.
Right Rise Reviews – The Products
Right Rise does not offer any retail products or services.
Affiliates who join Right Rise as an affiliate can only market and sell the membership.
The Right Rise Compensation Plan
To participate in the Right Rise compensation plan, affiliates must invest $30 to earn a 1-3% daily ROI.
Affiliates can also earn commissions when they sponsor new investors, which is tracked through a unilevel compensation structure.
This type of compensation structure puts an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team that places every personally sponsored affiliate placed right under them on level 1.
When a level 1 affiliate brings in new affiliates, they are put on level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.
When a level 2 affiliate brings in new affiliates, they are put on level 3, etc.
Affiliates can earn pay referral commissions on money that is invested across 6 unilevel levels:
- Level 1 (Personally sponsored members) – 10%
- Level 2 – 5%
- Level 3 – 2%
- Levels 4 to 6 – 1%
Right Rise affiliates can also be given Representative status if they meet the following qualifications:
- Invest at least $1500 (new money)
- Personally recruit at least ten affiliates
- Earn at least $1000 in referral commissions
- Re-invest at least $900 (ROI money)
- Record at least 10,000 clicks on your Right Rise affiliate link
Once an affiliate qualifies as a Representative, the referral commission rate is increased to 25% on level 1.
Cost To Join Right Rise
The cost to join Right Rise as an affiliate is a minimum $30 investment.
The moment you have been waiting for in this Right Rise review…
Verdict On Right Rise
Now they have vague information on how they generate their ROI’s claiming the following:
Our company, Right Rise LTD, with private capital controls speed limits on the roads of public use across the UK with the most modern technical equipment. Despite the very high fines stipulated in the UK for speeding – the number of speeding violations is growing every year, because of the continuing growth in the number of cars. we are helping to control the situation on the road by recording with sophisticated radar all violations related to excessive speed. Having signed a contract with the state we are receiving compensation in amount of 40% of the total amount of fines.
Great Britain is a country with one of the highest economic growth rates in the world. Here is held constant reconstruction of existing roads as well as annually construction of new highways and roads which can improve transport logistics and increase the economic benefit from the use of vehicles in all areas of the UK economy.
So they are apparently making 40% on these fines from catching people speeding…
However, there is STILL no real proof if that is actually happening…
If they CAN’T prove it, then this company is just a ponzi scheme getting new members to invest to pay off existing ones…
If they can, then great then it would be a legit business some what…
I just don’t get why would a company getting 40% from speeding fines would start a network marketing company of this nature?
Anyway something is fishy around here…
Now I just started the facts but end of the day it’s up to you if you want to join or not…
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