Website & Company Information
The web domain of the company was privately registered on the 20th of December 2019. The website does not provide any information about the owner or the team behind the company.
After reviewing some of the official marketing videos of the company, all we can say that it constitutes Fiverr actor gigs and content re-uploads from other channels. None of those characters are the official employees of the company.
The company’s official social handles, like Twitter and Facebook are purchased from social media vendors.
As always, if the company is not being transparent about its corporate structure, then you must think twice before handing over your hard-earned money to anonymous people on the internet.
The company has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market ArbiPayment affiliate membership.
If an MLM opportunity is operating or serving clients from the U.S and Canada, then it must have a retail option. Otherwise, the business will be deemed illegal.
ArbiPayment’s Compensation Plan
The affiliates of the company invest funds on the promise of an advertised 0.025% to 0.045% daily ROI. All contributions to ARBI are fully repaid after 24 hours.
A bonus of 20% bonus on invested funds is given to the ArbiPayment affiliates, which they initially can use on up to two investments.
Note: 20% bonus is also awarded for each new affiliate investor personally recruited.
ArbiPayment pays referral commissions via a unilevel compensation structure, capped at five team levels. Referral commissions depend upon the affiliate levels:
- level 1 (direct recruit) — 5%
- level 2–10%
- level 3–3%
- level 4–2%
- level 5–1%
Joining ArbiPayment affiliate membership is free. However, full participation in the attached income opportunity requires some initial investment. The amount of initial investment is not specified by the company.
ArbiPayment accepts bitcoin, ethereum, litecoin, XRP, monero, USD, EUR, HKD and VND.
The company claims of generating external revenue through arbitrage trading, yet, it fails to show any proof to back the same.
ArbiPayment affiliates receive a hefty incentive of 20% when they recruit new users. This is unsustainable, especially when you have a business model that is fully based on rewarding downline using new money. This ties into new investment being the only verifiable source of revenue entering ArbiPayment.
ArbiPayment is a simple Ponzi scheme because its business model uses new investments to pay existing affiliates. Once affiliate recruit dies down so too will new investment.
The ROI revenue will go down, triggering a system collapse, and everybody will lose money.