V-One Review – Legit Company or Just Another Scam? Find Out Here…

Welcome to my V-One Review!

I have heard some major buzz about this company, so I decided to examine what it was all about…

Chances are you were approached by a company rep or maybe you were contacted on Facebook about this business opportunity.

You are not alone, and that’s probably why you are here, because you want to make sure this opportunity is actually legit, right?

Doing your research is a great first move!

So many people jump into opportunities without enough research beforehand and then end up feeling burnt in the end.

In my blog review, I am going to walk you through the company, the products and compensation plan and maybe put some rumors to rest.

Let’s hit the ground running!

V-One Review – The Company

V-One Review

On the company website, there is no info offered on who the owner is or who the operator of the business is either.

A little more research and some more digging revealed that the V-One website domain was registered privately as “v-one.io” on the 30th of October in 2017.

On the 30th of November, the official company Facebook group was formed by Lucas Santino.

Santino seems to be the one operating the business and talks about the company with a possessive undertone.

Like to give you all a peak at my coding behind the scene! still working on internal exchanger  🙂 wont take long to complete.

There is no info available on Lucas Santino apart from the company Facebook group.

Santino’s personal Facebook account was only made on the 26th of November.

V-One Reviews – The Products

V-One Products

V-One has no retail products or services available to buy or sell.

Affiliates wanting to sign up with V-One simply market the company affiliate membership.

The V-One Compensation Plan

Affiliates who want to participate in the company compensation plan are required to sign up and invest into the company.

Company affiliates are expected to invest capital (funds) in VONE points with the agreement of a promoted ROI from the company.

  • Invest $100 to $1000 and receive a 0.35% daily ROI for 199 days (69.65%)
  • Invest $1010 to $5000 and receive a 0.45% daily ROI for 179 days (80.55%)
  • Invest $5010 to $10,000 and receive a 0.65% daily ROI for 129 days (83.85%)
  • Invest $10,010 to $100,000 and receive a 1.1% daily ROI for 99 days (108.9%)

“Company profit shares,” are also offered by the company to investing affiliates, which is added to the ROI offered every day.

The hope is that ROI earned everyday and the company profit shares will give affiliates more of a return that they originally invested into the company.

The referral commissions offered on invested capital are paid out to down to Level 3 of sponsorship (unilevel):

  • Level 1 (personally sponsored affiliates) – 5%
  • Level 2 – 3%
  • Level 3 – 1%

Cost To Join V-One

The cost to join, V-One as an affiliate is free, but with this free membership, affiliates can only earn commissions on referrals made.

If a company affiliate wanted to fully participate in the business opportunity and the company compensation plan, the company would require affiliates to invest $100 at a minimum.

Verdict on V-One

After finding out more information on the company while doing my research, I’ve come to the conclusion that this company may not be 100% legit…

At the time of writing this blog, VONE was not publicly traded, and it’s still not…

You won’t be able to trace your investment at all.

This is another company that’s out there creating a niche similar to a legit business, but is actually a scam, so be careful when investing with this company.

They started off with VONE points being worth 10 cents, then went up to 50 cents, now they’re at around $1, and it’ll keep going up, but to what point?

You’re paying into this company and that’s how they are able to raise their worth, not from any true investments or trading secrets.

And they continue to gain personal success through affiliate sponsorship, but this is mostly by their business model that’s based on a Ponzi scheme.

As new affiliates bring in their investment, the money going in adds to the pool of money the company can use to pay out their promoted ROI, as this is the only verifiable source of money entering the business.

This real money is then exchanged for points…

This doesn’t sound like a real investment opportunity when it’s broken down like this…

What it does sound like is that they’ll keep taking other’s real money and paying out real money until enough money is made by the company that they can stop paying out and just run with the rest in their pockets….

Once they run, you can never get your money back.

You’ll be left with your points, and all you’ll be able to see is the worth off those VONE points devalue until it’s shown to be worth nothing.

This “lending” MLM niche is a tricky one, think of it like this…

If someone you know doesn’t have money, but they say they’ll pay you back plus interest…can you really trust once your money is gone that you’ll get it back?

If you have a hard time lending money to friends, try doing that with people or investors you don’t know at all!

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

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