Upistic Review | Passive Income From anonymous MLM, Legit?

Upistic Review: the long charades of MLM trots out another scam, an anonymous copycat that promises 1.3%-2.3% daily profit.

The most glaring turn-off on the website is the UI, implying that an unprofessional team handles the platform. Not deterred by its lackluster UX, Upistic subsequently gets enough traction from users in the US, Canada, and Australia to hoist its business.

But the question is, what does Upistic do?

There is no telling what passes for an implicit answer in MLM. For instance, company purpose easily doubles as a profit blueprint, especially on scam websites.

Upisitic insists it uses the best data in the market to provide sustainable profit margins for its clients. The advertised bracket (stated in the percentage of the ROIs) is 1.3-2.3%.

We explain the passive income plans, compensation plans, reward programs (if any), and bonuses. Read on below for a detailed analysis.

Upistic Review: Where Is Upistic From?

Upistic plays the evasive MLM part here. Instead of posting verifiable information about its origin, the operator(s) merely switch between convenient addresses, inventing stories to cover its actual source.

The website mentions Estonia as the go-to business location for the platform. Nothing supports this piece of information on the site besides an unverified offhand claim. A quick scan through the categories on the site shows the typical inconsistency issues with MLM.

Also, the website chronicles seminars on different continents. Upisitics only booted in October (in Estonia, naturally) but surprisingly holds sessions in Asia.

Further, the lines in English may only be feints because they are preferred in Chinese during webinars. Hardly a mention of an event in English exists on the website, the only publicity portal run by the platform.

So far, our Upistic Review does not see any shred of evidence that Upistic has roots in the US or UK, further highlighting the case for MLM inconsistency. See the following section for the compensation plan.

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Affiliate Compensation

The platform has designs for crypto investments, inferring from its preference for a crypto/fiat payment structure. So, affiliates can pay and receive returns in crypto tokens.

(Also, the rather curt page for affiliate compensations cues hastily-run unreliable investment network.)

Upisistic crams other bonus lees and reward programs in this category, spicing the set-up with a unilevel reward rank. Below is how it works.

The blanket, traditional passive profit path is the 1.3-2.3% that culminates to ROIs after a trade period. And there is no limit to the ROI peak. So, you can earn profits from the procedure as long as you want.

If you want a Defi-all-through earning streak, enter the unilevel lattice to get referral commissions. It only pays on three levels, which comprise the downlines.

Unilevel starts with any member recruiting others to the platform. The recruits can repeat the pattern, branching the referral chain with every new recruitment.

Upistic Review: the unilevel downlines are also a bonus algorithm, a paycheck of sorts, building levels by increasing the downlines three times.

Percentage Profits down the Levels

By design, the levels are competitive. So, it ties weighted percentage profits to the different tiers.

Level 1 _ pays only 1%

Level 2 _ pays 2%

Finally, you get 5% on the first level, which tops the downlines.

However, our Upistic Review finds more levels for some affiliates. These categories pass for a Representative class (which requires a threshold investment volume from downlines) with access to large downlines than the general set. Below are the percentage profits for each tier.

1% for Level 4

2% for Level 3

3% for Level 2

7% for Level 1

Note that the above royalty reward programs (passive incomes, if you will) supposedly get funds from speculations in DeFi and other trades in the cryptocurrency. See the following section of our Upistic Review for more information about this.

Upistic Copying Posing as an Aggregator?

The ace card in the MLM game is to assemble all recruitment assets to function more efficiently than singly-run businesses.

However, most MLM companies often deviate from this pattern to siphon funds by promising passive profits on the strength of one revenue source: recruitments.

Upistic does exactly the same thing. Here is a clip from the website.

We analyze markets selecting the most beneficial and promising tokens and develop sophisticated trading strategies to sell them and extract the maximum from the crypto industry.

Our Upistic Review finds similar lines in other websites, scam websites at that. Also, one word for the strategy above is DeFi Aggregation. At the least, Upistic approximates the model if it doesn’t claim to aggregate listings to maximize profits.

All is well had the website shown any real-time trade. Our review finds the opposite, regardless. Upisitic merely claims to optimize profit channels without doing trading. What does this imply for affiliates? See below for answers.

Upistic Review: Verdict

What can an anonymous, allegedly DEX (Digital Finance Exchange) passive earning platform do for users besides scam? The answer is nothing.

So far, we have established that Upistic attempts to pose as a reliable plug for earning profits in DEX. But it does so in bad faith, which makes it the subject of the syllogism in this section.

The problems in Upistic are:

  • Unknown operators,
  • Zero evidence of trading or prospecting for profit margins,
  • Vague content as to the business origin and investment plans,
  • No verifiable proofs of rewarding affiliates or paying commissions on the website, etc.

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