Welcome to my Rockwall Investment Review.
Is Rockwall investment a scam? Is it legitimate?
Can I trust them to deliver on their promises?
These and many more questions have come pouring in my mail and as a response; I decided to gather as much information as I can on Rockwall, and I am glad to share my findings with you.
Before going further, I will like you to be aware of the fact that I am in no way affiliated with Rockwall or any of its services. All information you will find in this review are products of thorough research, intended to give you a better understanding on what Rockwall is about.
This Rockwall investment review will illuminate the grey areas, secrets and hidden features that the admins of this platform want hidden from you.
In the end, you will have a better understanding of what Rockwall is about, so you know what to expect should you choose to get involved with them.
Rockwall Investment Review: Background
Rockwall is a recently launched MLM company. It initially entered a pre-launch phase sometime in 2017 and for some unknown reasons didn’t launch until this year.
There isn’t much to see on their website concerning the company’s background information. However, two names are given as the company’s owners; they are “Wiktor Zajaczkowski” and “Rafal Krakowiak”.
I felt apprehensive at first and thought the names were cooked up, as is a common practice with most scam schemes.
However, upon a little more digging, I was able to verify their existence. A picture was shared on Rockwall’s official Facebook page on the 22nd of September, 2018. It was purportedly taken in the recent “Crypto Future Expo” in Warsaw, Poland.
The image clearly shows Wiktor Zajaczkowski and Rafal Krakowiak and suggests that Rockwall investment is being operated from Poland.
Furthermore, the fact that Alexa lists Poland as a major traffic source (45%) to Rockwall’s website is a clear indicator that the platform is definitely run from Poland.
Rockwall Investment Review: Products on Offer
On the product side of things, Rockwall investment offers none.
The absence of any goods or services on sale points to the fact that no retail activities are being carried out to generate revenue, and as such, the only monies coming into this platform are from new affiliate investments.
It has become apparent from past experiences that a majority of MLM companies with no retail products actually turn out to be Ponzi schemes.
Affiliates for these platforms have just their membership plan to promote.
“Be wary of such platforms”.
All new members are given access to Rockwall’s compensation plan.
The compensation plan entails that you either invest in Rockwall’s mining plan or Crypto trading setup. The mining plan starts at 25$ and will earn you a daily ROI for 14 days.
On the Cryptocurrency trading side, you are to invest between 50$ to $100,000 and earn 1.5% daily for 150 days (Total of 225%).
To smoothen things up, Rockwall has a referral program that dishes out commissions to its affiliates who recruit more affiliate into the system.
The commissions are handled through a uni-level system and pay affiliates for up to 5 downline generations.
If this setting sounds familiar to you, then you might want to check your account records for the losses you may have incurred on Ponzi schemes in the past.
At this point, it is important that we look at the signs critically and draw conclusions based on what we believe.
However, whatever you may be thinking right now – I advise that you put the following facts into consideration.
- Rockwall claims to mine Cryptocurrencies but provides no proof of actual mining activities.
- Rockwall claims to have experienced Cryptocurrency trader that guarantee steady daily profit for its investors. However, it still does not provide any proof (names) to back up this claim.
- Rockwall pays referral commissions from monies invested by new affiliates.
From my experience, I can clearly tell you that platforms like this spring up on a daily basis and vanish before anyone knows what is happening.
Sadly, they don’t vanish empty, they vanish with investors monies.
From the platform’s structure, one can clearly see that it is nothing more than a Ponzi scheme, taking monies from new investors to pay up old investors while the owners keep the rest for themselves.
The whole mining/trading thing is obviously a façade, intended to draw your attention away from what is really happening.
Want my sincere advice?
Stay Off This Platform!! Lest you throw your hard-earned money down the drain.
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