Palm Alliance Management: A Ponzi Scheme? Exposed (Latest Update 2023)

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Palm Alliance Management falsely states on its website that it was "founded in 2010" even though it has been around for less than a year.
Palm Alliance Management

On its website, Palm Alliance Management omits to list ownership or leadership details.

The domain name “palmalliance.com” for Palm Alliance Management’s website was initially registered in April 2016. The present owners took ownership on April 10, 2022, after the private registration was last updated on April 19th, 2022.

The Palm Alliance Management website began up around May 2022, according to the Wayback Machine.

Palm Alliance Management falsely states on its website that it was “founded in 2010” even though it has been around for less than a year.

According to SimilarWeb, the US (72%), Australia (9%), and Germany (5%), respectively, account for the majority of visits to Palm Alliance Management’s website as of December 2022.

Indonesia came in at 4%, an 87% decrease in traffic from the previous month.

Although the fact that the majority of traffic is coming from the US is indicative, it’s difficult to overlook the fact that Indonesia collapsed first.

Always consider joining and/or giving any money to an MLM firm very carefully if it is not transparent about who owns or runs it.

11/12/2023 Update
As of now, Palm Alliance Management has not responded, nor has it apologized for its misdeeds. They have ignored our efforts to highlight the problems faced by their victims. Furthermore, they have only focused on propagating their fake PR.

Products of Palm Alliance Management

Palm Alliance Management doesn’t offer any services or goods for retail sale.

Only the Palm Alliance Management affiliate membership itself may be marketed by affiliates.

Compensation Plan for Management at Palm Alliance

Affiliates of Palm Alliance Management make cryptocurrency investments using USD equivalents with the hope of earning the promised returns:

Invest Receive (Every Weekday)Duration
$100 or more0.9%6 months
$100 or more0.83% to 0.85%10 months
$10,000 or more1.12%6 months
$10,000 or more1.03% to 1.05%10 months
$50,000 or more1.53% to 1.55%8 months
$50,000 or more1.63%6 months
$100,000 or more2.13% to 2.53%8 months
$100,000 or more2.8%6 months
$300,000 or more1.13% to 1.15%6 months (daily withdrawal)
$300,000 or more1.18%6 months
$1,000,000 or more1.53% to 1.55%6 months (daily withdrawal)
$1,000,000 or more1.58%6 months

The 6-month plan differs from other plans in that the money invested in it is locked up for 6 months. The other schemes permit the withdrawal of distributed returns.

Down three tiers of hiring, Palm Alliance Management provides referral commissions on bitcoin invested (unilevel):

Ik zu05Ply58L16wyHEgoMP3qTzJBh NVE BuQiEN30iKqb5GaURA6xAD7Aj9qIWqDHlQPD3g8o8FcEgqC883nZm fSpKZQk3gEtoLsGM6ruI pMweM1tE5ekt
Level 1 (personally recruited affiliates)10%
Level 25%
Level 32.5%

Enrolling in Palm Alliance Management

Affiliate participation with Palm Alliance Management is free.

The associated income opportunity requires a minimum commitment of $100 to participate fully.

Investment in various cryptocurrencies is sought for by Palm Alliance Management.

Conclusion for Palm Alliance Management

The website of Palm Alliance Management is jam-packed with financial lingo that has nothing to do with their MLM opportunity.

According to Palm Alliance Management, “globally diversified investment portfolios” produce external ROI revenue.

These portfolios are not supported by any evidence.

Furthermore, the passive investment possibility offered by Palm Alliance Management unmistakably qualifies as a securities offering.

There is no proof that Palm Alliance Management has registered with financial regulators in any jurisdiction.

The US now accounts for the majority of website traffic for Palm Alliance Management. Securities are registered with the SEC in the US.

By looking up Palm Alliance Management in the SEC’s Edgar database, we can confirm that it is not a registered company.

This implies that Palm Alliance Management is at the very least engaging in securities fraud.

The only time MLM organizations choose to engage in securities fraud is when they fail to live up to their claims.

Periodic audited financial reports must be filed to register with financial regulators. This is the only way to confirm that an MLM organization providing profits is indeed using invested monies as they claim to be.

Currently, new investment is the only verified source of income entering Palm Alliance Management.

It is a Ponzi scam since new investments are used to pay affiliate withdrawals from Palm Alliance Management.

As with all MLM Ponzi scams, fresh investment will cease as soon as affiliate recruiting does.

Due to the lack of ROI revenue, Palm Alliance Management will eventually collapse.

The mathematics underlying Ponzi schemes ensures that when they fail, the majority of investors lose money.

What exactly is a Ponzi scheme?

In a Ponzi scheme, investors are promised a high rate of return on a short-term investment; however, the return is paid from the funds of later investors rather than from the profits. A Ponzi scheme requires the perpetrator to either consistently attract new investors or prevent his present investors from withdrawing money for the scheme to continue to function.

Here’s an illustration: Consider the scenario where someone claims to be able to earn you a spectacular 20% return on a 30-day investment. You put in $100. You get your $20 dividend (which is paid from your $100 initial investment) after a month. You share this fantastic offer with five friends, who each contribute $100. You then reinvest the $100 you originally invested plus your $20 profit. They each get a statement a month later stating that their investments are worth $120 and their investments are now worth $144.

You have now given the phony fund manager $600 along with your buddies. If you “cash out” now, the fund management will send you your $144, deduct it from what your friends invested, and leave you with $456. No red lights are raised because the investment seems to pay off as it should.

The culprit will probably give you an even larger return if your invested money is “frozen” for a longer amount of time, such as 25% every month if you freeze your investment for a year if you show signs of wanting to cash out. You decide to leave your money there after calculating that your $144 investment generating 25% per month will be worth $1,676.38 after a year (due to compound interest).

Even if you decide to leave after a year, the offender will have attracted more investors, which will be enough to reimburse you for your $1,646.38. In Ponzi schemes, the early investors frequently make money; the late investors typically lose everything.

Ponzi schemes can persist as long as they can draw in new investors consistently. However, all Ponzi schemes fail in the end. Either the scam is discovered and the government intervenes, the culprit flees with the deposited funds, or everything falls apart when investors try to withdraw their funds.

Palm Alliance Management: A Ponzi Scheme? Exposed (Latest Update 2023)
Palm Alliance Management: A Ponzi Scheme? Exposed (Latest Update 2023)

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  1. Ponzi firms should be uprooted and this can only be accomplished by buckled-up authorities.

  2. Palm Alliance and various such firms offer nothing except membership. And people without even acknowledging the fact take membership and get bluffed.

  3. That is why education is needed. Marx says, money is generated in making and selling of product. So, if there is no product, money is not generated. It is only the subscription amount that keeps circulating. Before trading, at least read the rules of trade.

  4. They would never be able to give the claimed ROI, its clear its a ponzi.

  5. These firms make fake claims without even noticing that internet is a open book.

  6. I am so glad I am not one of the trapped individuals.

  7. Invest $100 for 6 months and get .9% returns. Also, invest $100 for 10 months and receive .83-.85%. Do both the statements make any sense? No..

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