“Invest a minimum of 20 USDT to earn a maximum of 16200 USDT”, isn’t it astounding?
Yes!! The above statement is enough to blindfold the wit of investors and make them a victim and culprit of their own battle-field. The statement might look exaggerated but it is the simple explanation of the deceiving compensation plans of the ADV website.
For those who don’t know ADV, here is another puzzle for you
Fill the space rationally, EsomApp, RaysBot, WorldOTC and _________.
Yes, you guessed it right. According to reliable sources, privately registered, ADV is sooner or later ready to join the mentioned array.
Based on ADV review it is crystal clear that the website does not provide its roots in the public domain. After going through threads of source code, ADV links could be stretched to China. Cognoscente could easily trace back ADV’s linkage to the Chinese scammers famed for their audacity of creating and running the fraudulent applications. However, the core issue does not cease here itself. ADV review could not even provide a single name to clarify the ownership to tone-down the raising voices against the website.
How exactly does a Ponzi scheme operate?
An investment fraud known as a Ponzi scheme draws investors with claims of great returns and no risk but fails to invest the money as stated. Instead, it pays off earlier investors with money from future investors while maybe keeping a portion of the profits. These schemes typically fail when recruiting investors becomes challenging or when multiple investors attempt to cash out. They depend on a steady flow of new buyers to operate. They are called after Charles Ponzi, who ran a similar scam using postal stamps in the 1920s.
ADV is not the first group to give panic strokes to its investors, it merely needs a superficial touch to dig out the economical wounds, industrially advanced countries like Russia, Germany and Dubai had to face in the name of MLM schemes. Moreover, the recent reports describe the failure of Russia’s CapitalX and TafaBot trading bot of Dubai, along with providing elemental information regarding the potential fraud in Blackfort wallet securities of Germany.
MLM Schemes effortlessly clasp the pockets of participating individuals by promising them higher gains and immense sources of incentives. Although, individuals could repel by participative fee, enclosure of fixed earning and veiled ownership and hence, MLM websites are smart enough to frame the commission structure quite confusing for investors.
ADV Review: Modus Operandi
ADV review claims that the website does not charge any membership fee, which makes investors even more vulnerable for the disguised scam. However, the ADV website sneaks in the bank accounts of its affiliated members by imposing a minimum, 20 USDT investment in the name of full participation. Eventually, individuals invest their precious time and resources in marketing the website, without fetching a single penny out of it. For months people keep investing and participating in the ponzi applications in sake of incentives and one day bag-up immense losses or no gains at all.
ADV website has no other way to fetch hard-earned money out of people’s pocket rather than trapping them in the name of investment and participation fee. The website has no retailable product or service to market and generate revenue, it solely tries to penetrate through the crypto trading universe by making participants sell its membership.
ADV Review: Multiverse of madness?
If you too have tried your luck in network marketing then ADV could make you one of its scammers, too. Confused? Let’s follow the networking done by ADV. ADV tries to scam people at three levels, first is when the individual invests himself/herself personally by recruiting people, second is when the individuals recruited recruit other individuals and the same follows in the next level. With each level passing by, the commission percentage is reduced, being zero in fourth level.
ADV does not guarantee a lifetime return, nor it is concerned about the multi-level networking penetrated by any individual. The referral commissions are paid, solely on USDT invested down three levels of recruitment. Nevertheless, according to the ADV review even the assured referral commissions could not be guaranteed in the ponzi applications with controversial MLM strategy.
|Personally recruited affiliates
|Affiliates recruited by first level recruits
|Affiliates recruited by second level recruits
The USP of ADV website lies in its affiliation based on the most advertised compensation plans:
|Return a day
ADV website has an alluring plan but it needs to be brought in notice that ADV locks up its “welfare plan” after 10 days. After which investors need to unlock their bank accounts to avail the returns.
ADV Review: “One click investment???”
Since pandemic unemployment tried to gain their bread and butter by several ways, where crypto trading promised to provide them with a lavish dinner. This was jaw dropping for many who believe in being optimistic when it comes to, “Lower risk with higher gains- schemes”.
ADV website comes with one such scheme and registered itself privately on May 24th, 2023 by the website domain (“advvip.com”).
Like other MLM websites, “advvip.com” too, assures “one click investment”, higher gains, lower risk and promising future for participants, but truth lies beyond the reach of investors.
In accordance with ADV Review, ADV claims to be a representation of simplistic trading, by enabling cryptocurrency trading by merely clicking a button inside its app. Anyway, the users claim the contrary.
ADV review explains how investment and withdrawal is made complex, evidently, to perplex the simplicity of trading. The reason behind creating complexity is to shut-down the urge of being mindful while trading.
ADV website also states that with each click on the, “Click a button” application, an investment is made. But, Contrary to showcased, ADV website needs to be logged in multiple times a day for even a single button click. If we dig down the ADV review we would be able to conclude that, even several times logging has a reason. A reason, which led to the flourishing of the MLM scheme.
ADV Review: The reason
There are 61 Ponzi applications exploiting the MLM strategy to hinder the economy of several countries. These ponzi applications, convince the masses that their, “Click a button” app/website will make their financial transactions easier and make them rich within no time but, investors are left with losses, collapsed applications and failed websites, within 2-3 months of investment.
Despite being aware of past incidences the victims of unemployment & greed fall prey to such alluring traps. However, once they have invested money, the application claiming to ease their lives becomes more complex to use. The reasoning for intentional collapsation of Ponzi applications is that, as mentioned, ‘Click a button’ does not enable trading for the investors, but only, recycles invested funds to pay ROI withdrawals.
ADV Review: Conclusion
After going through in depth research of ADV review, it could be concluded that ADV website and application has links with the Chinese scammers, who exploit MLM schemes to create applications for economic fraud and forgery.
ADV review is enough to be certain that like other MLM schemes, ADV will collapse sooner or later, which makes it unreliable for investment.
ADV review provides not even a single executive and fails to gain public trust, which makes the share value and market value of advvip.com doomed.
ADV website and application are intentionally complex to use, as the “Click a button” application does not correspond to cryptocurrency trading with a single click. Even the commission structure is made complex for the same.