United Success Network Review – Turn $20 to $15,200 or Scam?

Welcome to my United Success Network Review!

This is one of the latest businesses in the MLM space to pop up and I decided to check it out for myself.

Maybe someone approached you about this whole turning $20 into $15,200 and now you landed here to make sure it’s not some kind of a scam.

The good news is I am going to walk you through the company, products and compensation plan so you can make the right decision.

Just pay close attention and keep reading…

United Success Network Review

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When it comes to joining any mlm company, it’s important that they are transparent about who runs or owns it.

However, that’s not the case here…

United Success Network gives you no information on their website on who owns or runs it.

I even went as far as checking the United Success Network domain registration information on “unitedsuccessnetwork.com” and found out it was privately registered in January 2016.

On top of that, the company talks about how it was established in 2008…

Which doesn’t make any sense if the domain was purchased just a few years ago.

My good friend YouTube had more information…

I found a marketing video titled “USN LAS VEGAS” and Charles Morgan is the CEO of United Success Network.

I couldn’t find any past history on him…

My tip for Charles is to make himself more transparent and have an about us section etc.

Anyway, let’s take a look at the products next…

United Success Network Products

After digging in, I found out that United Success Network doesn’t have any retail products or services and all you can do is become an affiliate and promote their affiliate membership.

Company claims they are:

United Success Network is a crowdfunding community that is committed to impacting positive changes in diverse communities by providing an innovative way to network that focuses on education, community development, cultural enrichment and economic improvement.

It looks like it’s another crowdfunding opportunity, but I couldn’t find any proof of what they are raising funds for…

Sure they can talk about it, but that’s not proof.

Another business recently took a look at that’s very similar is:  50/50 CrowdFunding Review

United Success Network Compensation Plan

Basically, United Success Network has members buy $50 positions in a five tier 2×3 matrix cycler.

Every time you fill a matrix, you cycle out and earn a commission and start all over again in the next matrix.

These positions can be filled directly or indirectly by you and your team members.

This is what the Cycle commissions look like across all five matrix tiers:

  • Matrix 1 (positions cost $50) – $400 cycle commission, generates a new Matrix 1 position and cycles into Matrix 2 (forfeit $100)
  • Matrix 2 – $800 cycle commission, generates a new Matrix 2 position and cycles into Matrix 3 (forfeit $250)
  • Matrix 3 – $2000 cycle commission, generates a new Matrix 3 position and cycles into Matrix 4 (forfeit $500)
  • Matrix 4 – $4000 cycle commission, generates a new Matrix 4 position and cycles into Matrix 5 (forfeit $1000)
  • Matrix 5 – $8000 cycle commission and generates a new Matrix 5 position

You must sponsor at least TWO people who have invested $50 to qualify for commissions.

Cost To Join United Success Network

United Success Network will run you $50 which is tied to a matrix position.


So does the United Success Network Scam exist?

United Success Networks is a crowdfunding company and claim help communities around the world with:

  • Students/Tuition
  • Sports
  • Community
  • Family
  • Emergencies
  • Cancer
  • Veterans
  • Faith
  • Non Profit
  • Funeral
  • Charity
  • Medical

That is fantastic and all, but I don’t see any partnerships for those different groups anywhere on their website…

And they don’t show any proof of it anywhere else.

Crowdfunding normally people donating money for a cause and that’s it…

There is never a matrix compensation plan around it…

That really doesn’t make this company crowdfunding specially the fact they have no proof of ANY partnerships with the causes.

They don’t even go into detail about that either.

The truth is United Success Network operates as a $50 IN for $15,2000 OUT ponzi scheme.(1)

So don’t be fooled by the positive United Success Network reviews out there, they are probably done by affiliates.

The truth is only people that win here are the people at the top…

Personally, I would stay away from any MLM company claiming to Crowdfund…

I hope you enjoyed my United Success Network review and if you have any questions, feel free to ask below…

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