My article has two apropos today. One is that people with too little information regularly blame multilevel systems that these are Ponzi schemes. The other is that we are all part of a financial system that can be regarded as a Ponzi scheme in principle, which is not illegal, although it will most probably fail at the end.
So let’s first see the definition onWikipédia.:
„“A Ponzi scheme is a fraudulent investment operation where the operator, an individual or organization, pays returns to its investors from new capital paid to the operators by new investors, rather than from profit earned by the operator. Operators of Ponzi schemes usually entice new investors by offering higher returns than other investments, in the form of short-term returns that are either abnormally high or unusually consistent.” meg.”
In case of a Ponzi scheme, there is no usable product. The money they pay is covered by payments of new entrants.
In case of multilevel systems, there is a useful product. In the course of selling this product, the margin is distributed to the members of the system, based on different formulas.
Recommendation of some of the managed accounts on my site – 5gulden, Perfecto and FX21 accounts – is carried out within the framework of a multi-level marketing system. The paid commission is not covered by new entrants’ money, but by a portion of the profit generated on the account. So system builders laugh or cry together with depositors. After all, if the account has no appreciable positive return, there will be no payment either. But if there are returns, a part of it will be distributed.
Who can find out what the other apropo is?
Into which financial system does every active worker deposit money each month, part of which is then distributed to the oldest members of the system? That has no product and will slowly disappear, because there will be less and less people who pay, while more and more people will demand payment?
I think of the current state pension system, because there are eerie similarities between it and the Ponzi scheme. Personally, I do not expect that I will get any pension, even though I’m over 50. Instead, I make investments with careful planning and build systems that will not only pay as long as I work on them, but as long as they work.
Many of the world’s millionaires who earned their money themselves, owe their wealth to multilevel systems. International sale of the mentioned accounts is still in its infancy. Maybe, they will spread throughout the world in a couple of years. We are standing before this opportunity now. It is only up to you whether you take part in it or not! If you are interested in it and have questions, feel free to contact me and I will help!
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