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Pegasus’ website contains no information regarding who owns or controls the company.

On August 31st, 2021, Pegasus’ website domain (“pegasus.cx”) was privately registered.

Pegasus’ official social media profiles were made in February 2022, implying that the company was founded at that time.

“Peter Nab” is the sole administrator of the official Pegasus Facebook group. This is a new account that was created around the time Pegasus was released.

Pegasus represents it is headquartered in Dubai. It is impossible to know whether this is true or not.

Regardless, any MLM company situated in Dubai raises a red signal.

The utilization of ePayCore, a Russian financial services company, is also noteworthy.

Remember: if an MLM firm is not honest about who oversees it, consider twice before joining and/or turning over any money.

Products by Pegasus

Pegasus offers no retailable goods or services.

Affiliates can only promote Pegasus affiliate membership.

Pegasus’ Compensation Scheme

Pegasus affiliates invest USD or cryptocurrency equivalents in exchange for a daily ROI of 1.5 percent, with a maximum of 300 percent.

Both investments and withdrawals are subject to a 5% fee.

While there are investment possibilities, Pegasus specifies that withdrawal requests are exclusively fulfilled in bitcoin.

Pegasus’ MLM division gives referral commissions on bitcoin investments.

To earn referral commissions, associates must have an active investment as of May 20, 2022.

Pegasus compensates referral commissions using a one-tiered compensation scheme:

In a unilevel compensation structure, an affiliate is at the top of a team, with every personally recruited affiliate put right under:

If any level 1 affiliates bring in new members, they are assigned to the original affiliate’s team at level 2.

If any level 2 affiliates bring in new members, they are automatically promoted to level 3, and so on for an unlimited number of levels.

Pegasus offers two levels of referral commission: Basic and Team Leader.

Commissions on Basic Referrals

Pegasus pays basic referral commissions on cryptocurrency investments at three stages of recruitment:

  • Level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 8%;
  • Level 2 – 4%;
  • Level 3 – 2%.

Commissions for Team Leader Referrals

A Pegasus affiliate must meet the following requirements to become a Team Leader:

Contribute at least $500 yourself, and persuade others to invest at least $25,000 (personal recruits only).

Pegasus affiliates that are Team Leader qualified earn referral commissions down nine layers of recruitment:

  • level 1 – 9%;
  • level 2 – 5%;
  • level 3 – 3%;
  • level 4 – 1%;
  • level 5 – 0.6 %;
  • level 6 – 0.5 %;
  • level 7 – 0.4 %;
  • level 8 – 0.3 %;
  • level 9 – 0.2 %.

Bonuses for Team Leaders

Pegasus affiliates who are Team Leader eligible can also qualify for the following one-time bonuses:

  • Qualify as a Team Leader and receive $500 plus a $250 investment position ;
  • Persuade others to invest $50,000 and receive $1000 plus a $500 investment position;
  • Persuade others to invest $100,000 and receive $2,000 plus a $1000 investment position;
  • Persuade others to invest $250,000 and receive $5,000 plus a $2500 investment position;
  • Persuade others to invest $500,000 and receive $10,000 plus a $2500 investment position;
  • Persuade others to invest $1,000,000 and receive $20,000.

As with the Team Leader certification, the required downline investment only includes personally reeqruited affiliates.

It is completely free to become a Pegasus Pegasus affiliate member.

A $50 commitment is required to fully participate in the attached income opportunity.

Pegasus seeks USD investment through ePayCore. A broad variety of cryptocurrencies are also accepted.

Conclusion 

Pegasus promises that invested funds are safe:

“Handled by a professional trading staff ready to make your daily profit,

we can confidently state that a 1.5 percent per day return is achievable. Not only that, but we can earn considerably more than 1.5 percent in a matter of minutes”.

This does not pass the Ponzi logic test. Why do they require your money if Pegasus is currently capable of reliably delivering “far more than 1.5 percent in a few minutes”?

Pegasus is operating a Ponzi scheme since it has not registered with financial regulators and has not filed audited financial reports.

As with other MLM Ponzi schemes, once affiliate recruiting is exhausted, new investment will dry up.

This will deprive Pegasus of ROI revenue, eventually leading to its demise.

Ponzi schemes’ math ensures that when they fail, the vast majority of participants lose money.

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