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LZTrade Fund is a player in the MLM trading bot market.

The business claims to be incorporated as

In the BVI, Leizan Capital Limited

St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ LZTD Investment Holdings

Africa’s LZTD Investment Holdings

BVI and St. Vincent and the Grenadines are two jurisdictions that are notorious for being scam-friendly. MLM-related fraud is not well regulated in South Africa.

But more crucially, each of these incorporations is a shell firm. Regarding MLM due diligence, simple incorporation of any kind in any country is worthless.

According to reports, CEO Alejandro Morales and CTO Zhao Hua are in charge of the LZTrade Fund.

There is no information given regarding Morales or Hua.

Further investigation shows the following webinars with Alejandro Morales for LZTrade Fund:

Alejandro Morales is a leading contender to lead Boris as CEO because of his British accent and lack of presence outside of LZTrade Fund marketing (i.e. played by an actor).

Although I couldn’t find a name, “Alejando Morales” may be a Thai citizen. He frequented Bangkok’s Invite Wine & Cocktail Bar multiple times in 2017 and 2018.

Even if it was at most four years ago, Morales is well-suited to be an actor whether it’s in Thailand or somewhere else.

I’ll include the multi-socket adapter in the webinar screenshot above as one further piece of proof. It is compatible with a variety of power outlets found in Thailand.

Zhao Hua is too ambiguous of a name to get any particular results. Nothing is readily verified, which means he’s probably an actor as well.

The domain name “lztradefund.com” for LZTrade Fund’s website was privately registered on March 29th, 2022.

According to SimilarWeb, the top three countries driving traffic to LZTrade Fund’s website right now are Colombia (46%) Honduras (28%), and the US (27 percent ).

Always consider joining and/or giving any money to an MLM firm very carefully if it is not transparent about who owns or runs it.

Products of LZTrade Fund

LZTrade Fund doesn’t offer any goods or services for retail.

Only the LZTrade Fund affiliate membership itself may be promoted by affiliates.

Plan of Compensation for LZTrade Fund

Tether (USDT) is invested by LZTrade Fund affiliates with the promise of a monthly ROI:

Jones: Pay a fee of 15.90 USDT, invest 100 USDT or more, and earn 10% to 20% a month.

Kreiger: Pay a charge of 29.90 USDT, put in 300 USDT or more, and get 20 to 35 percent of your investment back each month.

Soros: pay a 69.90 USD charge, make an investment of at least 500 USD, and get 35 to 50% of your investment each month.

The returns given out are subject to a 20% cut going to LZTrade Fund. Additionally, the business levies a withdrawal fee of either 10% or 8%, whichever is higher.

Please be aware that LZTrade Fund only handles withdrawal requests once every week.

LZTrade Fund’s MLM division pays commissions on the acquisition of affiliate investors.

Affiliate Ranks for LZTrade Fund

The pay structure of the LZTrade Fund has six tiers.

They are as follows, along with their respective qualifying standards:

S1 – Make a minimum investment of 100 USDT and gather investors to make a total investment of 500 USDT.

S2 – Make an investment of at least 500 USDT, bring in new members who each invest at least 1000 USDT, and make a total downline investment volume of 2000 USDT.

S3: Make an investment of at least $1,000, bring in new members who each invest at least $2500, and produce an overall downline investment volume of 8,000 USDT.

S4: Invest in at least $2500, and find recruits who each invest at least 5000, for a total downline investment volume of $25,000 USDT.

S5: Invest at least 5000 USDT, find recruits who each make an investminvest0 USDT, and make a total downline investment volume of 100,000 USDT.

S6: Invest at least 10,000 USDT, bring in new members who each invest at least 50,000 USDT, and produce a total downline investment volume of 500,000 USDT.

Advisory Commissions

A 10% referral commission is given by LZTrade Fund on any fees collected from affiliates who were personally recruited.

Recurring Commissions (investment)

LZTrade Fund uses a uni-level compensation system to pay investment residual commissions.

An affiliate is put at the head of a unilevel team in a unilevel pay system, and each affiliate they recruited is positioned immediately under them (level 1):

New affiliates brought on by any level 1 affiliates are added to the original affiliate’s unilevel team at level 2.

If any level 2 affiliates bring on new affiliates, they are promoted to level 3, and so on down a theoretically endless number of levels.

Payable uni-level team levels are capped at twenty by LZTrade Fund.

According to rank, investment residual commissions are given as a portion of further investments made throughout these 20 levels:

Affiliates in S1 receive 5% of level 1 revenue (personally recruited affiliates)

Affiliates with an S2 ranking make 5 percent on level 1 and 6 percent on level 2.

Affiliates in the S3 tier get paid 5% on level 1, 6% on level 2, and 7% on level 3.

Affiliates that are classified S4 receive 5% on level 1, 6% on level 2, 7% on level 3, and 8% on level 4.

Affiliates with an S5 ranking receive payouts of 5% on level 1, 6% on level 2, 7% on level 3, 8% on level 4, and 9% on level 5.

Earnings for affiliates with an S6 ranking are 5% on level 1, 6% on level 2, 7% on level 3, 8% on level 4, 9% on level 5, and 10% on level 6.

Recurring Commissions (ROI)

The same uni-level compensation structure used for investment residual commissions is also used for ROI residual commission payments.

ROI residual commissions are once more capped at 20 levels of recruiting and are connected to rank:

Affiliates with an S1 ranking make 35% on level 1 (personally recruited affiliates)

Affiliates with an S2 ranking make 35% on level 1 and 20% on level 2.

Affiliates with an S3 ranking make 35% on level 1, 20% on level 2, and 10% on level 3.

Affiliates with an S4 ranking make 35% on level 1, 20% on level 2, 10% on level 3, and 5% on levels 4 and 5.

Affiliates with an S5 ranking make 35% on levels 1 and 2, 20% on levels 2, 10% on levels 3, 5% on levels 4 and 5, and 35% on levels 6 to 10.

Affiliates with an S6 ranking make 35% on level 1, 20% on level 2, 10% on level 3, 5% on level 4, 3% on level 6, and 1.5% on level 11 through level 20.

Living Rewards

LZTrade Fund offers Lifestyle Rewards to S4 and higher-level affiliates.

Credits are used to compute Lifestyle Rewards.

Credits are given out as a proportion of earnings, with referral commissions excluded:

Affiliates of S4 receive credits equal to a 3 percent earnings match.

Affiliates of S5 receive credits equal to a 4 percent earnings match.

Affiliates of S6 receive credits equal to a 5 percent earnings match.

These Lifestyle Rewards may be purchased with accumulated credits:

10,000 credits to watch

50,000 credits for an automobile

Residence – 200,000 credits

enrolling in LZTrade Fund

The LZTrade Fund affiliate program is free to join.

A tether investment of at least 100 and a one-time charge of 15.90 are necessary for full participation in the connected income potential.

LZTrade Fund Summary

As advertised by LZTrade Fund

The Finest AI-Based Copy Trading System

The most prevalent type of MLM-related securities fraud is trading bots.

LZTrade Fund is promoting a passive investment opportunity, even if you accept its claims at face value:

This is a securities offering for which LZTrade Fund is not authorized to transact in any nation. The US, Colombia, and Honduras are included in this.

Therefore, the LZTrade fund is at the very least engaging in securities fraud and acting unlawfully.

The majority of the time, MLM organizations that conduct securities fraud aren’t doing it.

Here, the LZTrade Fund, which is probably led by actors, is promoting a trading bot developed by unidentified individuals with no track record that can be verified.

This is not a replacement for audited financial records submitted to regulators, before anybody responds with bUt WhAt AbOuT mYfXbOoK or something like.

You wouldn’t be able to purchase access for 69.90 USDT if LZTrade Fund’s bot could consistently generate close to 50% a month. They most likely wouldn’t even be trying to sell you access.

Trading bot Ponzi schemes that utilize a broker account of an affiliate conclude in one of two ways:

the trading bot explodes and generates substantial losses;

The administrators start rigged transactions and take money from everyone.

Since the bot is not owned by LZTrade Fund affiliates, there is no defense against either situation. Scammers now have access to their accounts and the money within.

If there is any actual money to be gained in these trading bot programs, it is by recruiting new users.

The majority of the funds disbursed across affiliate investor accounts will go to the real administrators of LZTrade Fund and the early top recruiters.

The remaining investors in LZTrade Fund may occasionally profit, but they will ultimately lose money.

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