Welcome to my Yota Review!
There has been a lot of buzz about this new company, so I decided to investigate…
Since last year, this company has pegged highly on the Google Trends charts, continuing to hover from anywhere around 100 to 75.
And now you must have some questions that need answers!
Do you just want to ultimately know if this company will show you the profits you want?
Well, you came to the right place because in my review I am going to take you through the company history, the products and compensation plan, so you can make the right decision to join or not…
Let’s take our first look at the company!
Yota Review – The Company
Okay let’s start with some info I couldn’t find posted on the company website…
There seems to be some important info missing, for instance, who the owner is and who is running the operations of the business.
I did some digging in the company and I was able to learn that the Yota domain name was registered privately online as “yota.biz” on the 22nd of November, 2016.
The last update for the domain registration was on the 22nd of July, 2017, which tells me that’s when whoever currently owns the company took over.
Regardless of this, the company still states that the:
story of Yota starts in 2013 when we were one of the first ones to use our work experience in financial markets in country.
Years of working in financial market turned us into advanced, fast-developing and innovative investment company.
As expected, there is a lack of evidence of the company even existing before July of this year.
However, there are signs that lead me to believe that Russians are in charge of the company and/or even based in the country of Russia.
- The Yota domain uses Russian name-servers
- Testimonials on the Yota website are in Russian
- Alexa estimates Russia is currently the largest source of traffic to the Yota website (23%)
All good businesses are transparent.
Next, let’s take a look at the products inside of this Yota review…
Yota Reviews – The Products
The company has no services or products available for retailing purposes.
If an affiliate wishes to join Yota, they can market the company affiliate membership itself.
Alright let’s take a look at the compensation plan in this Yota Review…
The Yota Compensation Plan
Affiliates who want to participate in the company compensation plan are required to sign up for the membership and invest in the company.
The company affiliates are to invest a capital (funds) of $35 to $2.5 million dollars on the agreement of a ROI (return on investment) on a day-to-day basis.
The amount of the ROI payment expected is decided by the amount of capital that was invested by the affiliate:
- Quick Start – Invest $35 to $299 and receive a 122.5% ROI after 12 days
- Sya – Invest $300 to $5999 and receive a 1.8% perpetual daily ROI
- Shan – Invest $6000 to $19,999 and receive a perpetual 2.2% daily ROI
- Tsin – Invest $20,000 to $69,999 and receive a perpetual 2.5% daily ROI
- Han – Invest $70,000 to $499,999 and receive a perpetual 3% daily ROI
- Mara – Invest $500,000 to $2,500,000 and receive a perpetual 3.5% daily ROI
Affiliates can make a request for the removal the initial capital invested if they have invested in the higher levels of Sya and above.
The amount withdrawn and returned by the company to the affiliate will be equal to the amount originally invested, and any accrued ROI payment will be deducted if necessary from this capital returned.
The company affiliates can earn referral commission from the company through a unilevel compensation model.
This compensation model puts an affiliate at the top of unilevel team, where every new personally sponsored affiliate is put directly beneath them (onto level 1).
When level 1 affiliates sponsor new affiliates, they are then put onto level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.
When level 2 affiliates now sponsor new affiliates, they are then put onto level 3, and this level addition goes on in this manner down a hypothetical never ending amount of levels.
The company does cap the payable levels at level 5, where the company pays commissions as a percentage of the ROI payments made to affiliates across these 5 levels.
- Level 1 (personally sponsored affiliates) – 7%
- Level 2 – 5%
- Level 3 – 3%
- Levels 4 and 5 – 2%
Yota Reviews – Video Summary
Cost To Join Yota
The cost to join Yota as an affiliate is free, however, I must point out that in order to participate fully in the business opportunity and partake in the company compensation plan one must be willing to invest $35 at a minimum.
Verdict on Yota
Another company I reviewed today where they are not transparent about who they are and have no retail products…
Not to mention their promise ROI’s which is a big NO NO.
The other company I am talking about is Ensis by the way.
Because of that I personally don’t recommend them at all…
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