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On its website, MetFi omits to include corporate ownership or leadership details. The voices in the official MetFi marketing videos are robot dubs.

The domain name “metfi.io” for MetFi’s website was first registered in March 2021. On March 12th, 2022, the private registration was last updated.

Given the launch date of May 21st, 2022 listed in MetFi’s whitepaper, it is fair to presume that the current owner(s) acquired the name in March.

Despite claims to the contrary, MetFi’s owners engage with investors via a Discord chat group.

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 from MetFi

No retailable goods or services are offered by MetFi.

Affiliates can only promote MetFi affiliate membership in and of itself.

Compensation Plan for MetFi

A ten-tier investment program is offered by MetFi in Binance USD (BUSD).

The BUSD stablecoin is said to be tied to the USD, meaning that 1 BUSD is equal to 1 USD.

The 10 investment tiers of MetFi are:

100 BUSD for shrimp

200 BUSD for a crab.

Octopus costs USD 400.

800 BUSD for fish

1600 BUSD for a dolphin

3200 BUSD for a shark

6400 BUSD for Orca

12,800 BUSD for a whale.

25,600 BUSD for a whale shark.

51,200 BUSD for a humpback

These levels line up with positions for NFT investments.

A certain number of MFI tokens are given to MetFi affiliates who make investments. Then, MFI tokens are stored with MetFi in exchange for an annual ROI that is computed and paid every day.

Invest at the Shrimp tier and get $10 worth of MFI tokens, with the guarantee of a 100% yearly return on investment.

Invest at the Crab tier and get $20 worth of MFI tokens, with a 200 percent yearly return on investment.

Receive $40 worth of MFI tokens when you invest at the Octopus tier, with the assurance of a 300 percent yearly ROI.

With investment at the Fish tier, you may get MFI tokens worth $80 that will yield a 400% yearly return.

With investment at the Dolphin tier, you may get MFI tokens worth $160 that will yield a 500% yearly return.

Invest at the Shark tier and get $320 worth of MFI tokens, with a 600% yearly ROI guaranteed.

The Orca tier offers a return on investment of 700 percent a year in exchange for $640 worth of MFI tokens.

With a $1280 investment at the Whale tier, you will acquire MFI tokens with a yearly return of 800%.

With investment at the Whale Shark tier, you can get MFI tokens worth $2560 in return for a 900 percent yearly return.

With investment at the Humpback tier, you can acquire MFI tokens worth $10,230, with the expectation of a yearly return of 1000 percent.

The current internal MTI trading value is not shown on the MetFi website, as you may have noticed.

The Mets MLM division compensates for the acquisition of affiliate investors. It is presumed that all commissions and incentives are paid out in MTI tokens, even if this isn’t stated officially.

Quick Start Bonuses

Within the first thirty days following an affiliate’s recruitment, Fast Start Rewards are paid out.

A MetFi affiliate must bring on at least five new affiliates to invest at tier 4 or above to be eligible for Fast Start Rewards (Fish Tier).

The affiliate receives a 10% Fast Start Reward on all BUSD invested by personally recruited affiliates after that criterion is met and they are still inside their first 30 days.

Recurring Commissions

Through a 310 matrix, MetFi pays residual commissions.

An affiliate is positioned at the top of a 310 matrix, with the following three slots immediately behind them:

The initial level of the matrix is made up of these three places. By dividing each of these three locations into an additional three positions, the second level of the matrix is created (9 positions).

The matrix is constructed from levels three to ten in the same way, with each level containing three times as many spots as the one before it.

There are ten 310 matrix tiers altogether since each MetFi investment tier has a corresponding 310 matrix tier.

Affiliates who have made investments in that specific investment tier are recruited both directly and indirectly to fill positions in each matrix.

For each individual brought into the matrix of a MetFi affiliate, regardless of tier, the affiliate receives:

investment of 5% of the BUSD;

1% of any further MFI token investments made at the same time as BUSD investments

To be clear, MetFi affiliates only profit from the levels of the matrix where they have directly invested.

Comparative Bonus

On residual commissions and daily ROI payments made to personally recruited affiliates, MetFi affiliates receive a 50 percent match.

A MetFi affiliate must find five affiliates who have each made investments at tier 4 or above to be eligible for the Matching Bonus (Fish Tier).

getting on MetFi

Membership in MetFi Affiliate is free.

It costs 102,300 BUSD (USD 102,300 equivalent) to fully participate in the associated income opportunity.

MeFi Summary

Introducing MetFi as a

Collectible NFT ecosystem with an emphasis on fostering Web3 and metaverse unicorns and distributing financial gains to all MetFi NFT owners.

MeFi turns out to be a straightforward Ponzi scam connected to a matrix-based pyramid scheme after the crypto bro marketing lingo has been stripped away.

The Ponzi aspect of MetFi is rather simple: You deposit BUSD, receive MTI tokens, and receive a daily ROI on your MTI token investments.

The staking process for MetFi NFTs generates payouts every 12 hours.

As long as there are invested BUSD remaining to steal, MetFi affiliates are allowed to pay out.

A BEP20 token is MTI. These are inexpensive to set up and take five minutes.

Since they are created on-demand, MTI tokens are worthless outside of MetFi’s pyramid scheme.

The pyramid system of MetFi is just as simple as its Ponzi scam. Affiliate investors are compensated for both direct and indirect affiliate investor recruiting through a variety of matrices.

To increase the withdrawal pot, MetFi’s two fraudulent components depend on the unstable ongoing recruiting of new affiliate investors.

The con artists behind the scam humorously outline their fraudulent business plan in MetFi’s whitepaper to persuade investors that MetFi isn’t a scam;

The legislative framework governing the blockchain and cryptocurrency industries is ill-defined and susceptible to misuse by dishonest actors as well as well-intentioned actors who ventured into dangerous territory using other people’s money.

Too many projects fail and outright frauds take place, damaging the reputation of the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry and providing authorities greater justification to crack down severely on the sector.

Regulation of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology is completely unimportant. The passive investment option offered by MetFi is a securities offering, and its regulation is clear-cut.

If MeFi and its owner(s) aren’t registered with financial regulators and don’t provide audited financial reports, they’re either conducting securities fraud or they are registered with financial regulators and do so.

Because MetFi uses a Ponzi scheme, a fraudulent business model that is prohibited everywhere in the globe, it chooses to conduct securities fraud.

By violating the principles of arithmetic, the con artists behind MetFi further attempt to persuade investors that a collapse is unavoidable;

To make MetFi rug proof for 5 years, 25,005 LP tokens valued at about $2.5 million were locked to a smart contract on June 9, 2022.

MeFi is a Ponzi scam that will ultimately fail as withdrawals surpass fresh investment. With the fraud now losing money, it will ultimately collapse, or “rug pull” in crypto bro lingo.

Mathematical fundamentals are unaffected by locking up worthless coins in some useless smart contract.

Expect uncontrollable bragging from MetFi crypto dudes boasting about their rapidly increasing MTI token balances till recruiting slows down.

Of course, it will be too late by the time they discover there is nothing left to withdraw.

The mathematics behind Ponzi schemes ensures that when they fail, the majority of investors lose money.

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