Control Traders Review  –  Ponzi Scheme –  MLM Scam

Website & Company Information

The web domain of the company was privately registered on the 03rd of February 2020. The website provides no information about who owns or runs the company. 

Most of the content provided on the company’s site is stolen is plagiarized. 

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.

Control Traders’ Products

The company has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Control Traders affiliate membership itself.

Availing the affiliating membership provides one to access various digital marketing material.

Control Traders’ Compensation Plan

The affiliates of the company invest $300 to $10,000 on the promise of advertised returns:

  • Beginner — invest $300 and get $12 a week for 52 weeks ($624)
  • Entrepreneur — invest $500 and get $20 a week for 52 weeks ($1040)
  • Executive — invest $1500 and get $60 a week for 52 weeks ($3120)
  • Gold — invest $3000 and get $120 a week for 52 weeks ($6240)
  • Premium — invest $5000 and get $250 a week for 52 weeks ($13,000)
  • Challenger — invest $10,000 and get $500 a week for 52 weeks ($26,000)

Control Traders pays recruitment commissions via a unilevel compensation structure, capped at five team levels:

  • level 1 (direct recruit) — 20%
  • level 2–5%
  • level 3–3%
  • level 4–2%
  • level 5–1%

Joining Control Traders

Joining Control Traders affiliate membership is tied to an initial investment of $300 and it goes as high as $10,000.

Conclusion

We already know that all their claims are fake and the program is run by faceless scammers. New affiliates invest and Control Traders use that money to pay existing affiliates a weekly ROI.

We couldn’t find any proof that backs their claim of generating external revenue to pay off their affiliates. Just like other Ponzi MLMs, the only verifiable source of income going into the company is the new investment and the company is using these funds to pay existing affiliates. And as with all MLM Ponzi schemes, once affiliate recruitment dies down so too will new investment — triggering a system collapse where the majority of the investors are destined to lose money.