SuperSage Review –  Ponzi Scheme  –  MLM Scam

Website & Company Information

The web domain of the company was privately registered on the 15th of July 2020 and was later updated on 2020–09–13. The website provides no information about who owns or runs the company.

It is impossible for a platform to have no manager. Why would someone start a scheme out of no interest? This website looks to be the exact clown for Forsage Tron which was founded by Lado Okhotnikov.

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.

SuperSage Products

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

On top of that, you can buy positions in their matrix compensation plan to receive money from your downline members.

SuperSage Compensation Plan

The affiliates are required to invest in 250 TRX matrix cycler positions. Matrix sizes used in this company are 3×1 and 2×2.

These positions can be filled directly or indirectly by downline members.

Cycle commissions across Forsage’s two cycler tiers are done in the following way:

  • 3×1 matrix (entry is 250 TRX of the initial 500 TRX buy-in) — generates 500TRX in gifting payments and entry into a new 3×1 matrix
  • 2×2 matrix (entry is 250TRX of the initial 700 TRX buy-in) — generates 750TRX in gifting payments and entry into a new 2×2 matrix

Joining SuperSage

Like other matrix cyclers, joining SuperSage affiliate membership is not free and it is tied to a 500TRX matrix position. All you are doing here is buying matrix positions so you can recruit others to do the same and earn commissions.

All of the commissions inside of this company are paid in the TRON (TRX) cryptocurrency.


First of all, it is a typical matrix cycler that runs on the Tron blockchain. Matrix cyclers are always a scam!

Second, the website is hiding the administrators of the scheme, which pretty much implies that they are here to take your money. Also, the company doesn’t have any real product or service to offer, with affiliates only able to market Super Sage affiliate membership itself.

Forsage is a similar scheme with a different name, and it recently got a notice from the SEC. So its also pretty much evident that Super Sage will have the same fate.

SEC sees these crypto-matrix cycler schemes as SECURITIES and its just a matter of time, Super Sage either gets a warning from the SEC, or they get hammered without any notice.

End of the day they are illegally offering securities…

If they don’t get hammered from any financial regulators, then they will eventually collapse because the only valid source of income entering into the company is the new investments and using these investments to honour existing withdrawals makes it a Ponzi Scheme.

Once recruitment slows down, so will the withdrawals — triggering a system collapse where the majority of the investors are destined to lose money.

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