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Let me begin by saying that of all the compensation plan breakdown’s I’ve done, One Coin is one of those companies where it’s almost impossible to find their detailed compensation plan online… it usually implies something fishy is going on.
And for reasons that are irreparable. Gold bullion will always be a commodity that has a set value and cannot be marked up (an ounce of gold is worth an ounce of
currency (like selling Susan B. Anthony silver dollars for $1.00). Therefore, trying to network market such a product will always create an illegal pyramid scheme.
The straight fact is that in the past 70 years or so of direct selling, no silver or gold bullion, bar MLM has ever been legal nor successful. Take a look at this list articles I found online, read through them, and it’s pretty much what I would have broken down myself.
As reported by Bangladesh news service Bangla Tribune, a group of individuals involved in the promotion of multi-level marketing schemes including OneCoin were arrested in mid-June. The arrests reportedly involved the country’s counter-terrorism forces.
So in short, there’s not much point in doing a breakdown for companies that are illegal. GAME-OVER!