Nexus Global Review Is Nexus global a scam? Is it Legit? Should I invest my money and time or take them elsewhere? Those questions haunted me day and night; I had no choice but to dig deep for answers. And like every successful investor will do, I searched all over the internet for answers – social media platforms, blog post, websites, forums etc… it wasn’t easy, but I found answers at last. I am glad to share my findings with you in this short review and believe they will guide you towards making the right decision — a decision that will put more money in your account, and smiles on the faces of your loved ones. Please pay close attention. Because, at the end of this review, you will find some free life-changing information, capable of improving your financial life forever.
Nexus Global Review – Company OverviewDuring my research, I focused my attention on the company’s profile. Its ownership info, address, staff etc… Like you might already know, Nexus Global is an MLM company that specialises on Cryptocurrencies, its aim is to leverage the already existing Cryptocurrency market. That is, getting people to invest in its Cryptocurrency plans, with the promise of returns on their investment for a period of 24 months. Nexus Global was founded by Christian Michel Scheibener, who happens to be the founder and CEO. The company presents an address in Hong Kong as it cooperates address, however; I did more research on that address and found out it is not a physical address per say, but a virtual address. The disturbing part is that that same address is also used by a host of other similar MLM companies, some of which turned out to be outright scams! Having been put on my toes by that finding, I set out to know more about Christian Michel. A quick social media research unravelled the fact that Christain Michel is from Spain, which obviously means Nexus Global is originally operated from Spain and not the false Hong Kong virtual address, as its clients are made to believe. Further research pointed out the fact that Christain Michel is the owner of the Omnia Tech scam platform which was launched last year, before Omnia Tech, Christian was occupied primarily with the promotion of ‘World International’. Chances are, Nexus Global is simply a successor of the Omnia Tech scam platform since Omnia Tech didn’t work out as planned. I honestly don’t see any other logical reason besides this, Omnia Tech only just launched last year, and looks strikingly similar to Nexus Global (identical compensation plans etc.), with a few alterations. And barely a year after its launch, it seems to be nonexistent, with its CEO launching something else.
Nexus Global Review – Product LineNexus Global has no retail products on offer, users only have the affiliate membership to promote. Nexus Global’s affiliates are made to promote its Cryptocurrency, Binary options and Forex trading Educational materials. However, I discovered that these materials are nothing special and can be gotten for free on a variety of blogs and websites. Furthermore, I discovered that, like most MLM companies without retail products, these educational materials and the promise of returns on investments (ROI) are placed in the front end to lure-in investors, and when these investors come on board, they will be faced with the challenge of either waiting countless months to earn returns on their investments (if they ever come) or pouncing on the MLM program to invite new investors and earn commissions on their investment. Either ways, it’s a win/win/win situations for Nexus Global and a possible win/loss/loss situation for you.
Nexus Global Compensation PlanThere are two ways to make money form Nexus Global
- Investment Packages
- MLM Program
Nexus Global Investment PackagesNew members are required to invest Bitcoin and earn ROI for a period of 24 months (If the company lasts that long… winks!). The investment packages are:
- Micro starter –$25
- Mini starter — $50
- Starter — $100
- Kickstarter — $500
- Miner — $1000
- Pro Miner — $3000
- Mid Miner — $5000
- Senior Miner — $7500
- Chief Miner — $10,000
- Senior Chief Miner — $15,000
- Master Chief Miner — $25,000
- Ultimate Miner — $50,000
MLM ProgramIn its MLM section, you earn 10% commissions on the members you personally invite into the program, that is, $5 from a $50 dollar investment, $50 from a $500 investment etc… Members also earn residual incomes from the people they invite through a binary compensation plan, and as affiliates invite more affiliates, they grow their ranks and earn more. Nexus Global Review
Is Nexus Global a Scam Platform?Nexus Global might not be a total scam, however; there are some red flags you should put into consideration before investing your money. Here are a few:
- Nexus Global uses a virtual address as its cooperate address, thereby concealing its actual location.
- Its CEO is known to have been involved with failed Scam schemes in the past; the most recent has been Omnia Tech.
- Nexus Global is not legally registered and can go offline at any time it chooses, along with its members’ funds. And when this happens, there will be no getting your money back.
- Nexus Global has no tangible retail products and hence no way it can raise funds to pay off its members return on investment. What it does is, rely on new affiliates to pay-up old affiliates and when new affiliates come in short supply, the company will likely close shop like MMM.