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On its website, Senexa says nothing about who owns or runs the company.

The domain name for Senexa’s website, “senexa.biz,” was signed up on July 6, 2020.

The owner is listed as Donald Mao Wong, who has a Gmail address and a street address in public housing in Hong Kong.

After doing more research, I found a Senexa marketing video with CEO Donald Mao Wong:

In the “China News” video, “Leila” talks to Wong through a Mandarin interpreter as she asks him about his life.

Leila sounds like she is from eastern Europe. Wong speaks Mandarin to answer Leila’s questions (note the interpreter is cut out after the first translation).

This is a typical CEO video from Boris, shot in a rented office. Wong, Leila, and the person who translates for them are all actors.

You can look up Donald Mao Wong’s digital footprint to see if this is true. All you’ll find is spam press releases from “China News” from early 2021.

Alexa says that most people who visit Senexa’s website come from the United States (55%), Madagascar (16%), and Australia (7%).

If an MLM company isn’t clear about who owns or runs it, you should always think twice before joining or giving them any money.

The Products of Senexa
Senexa has no products or services that can be sold.

Affiliates can only sell membership in Senexa as an affiliate.

Senexa’s plan for getting paid
Senexa affiliates put money into the company with the promise of returns.

The best plan is to put in at least $50 and get between 1% and 1.7% a day for 270 days.
Conservative Strategy: Invest $5000 or more and get 1.1% to 1.8% a day for 300 days.
High-yield Strategy: Invest $3,000 or more and get 1.3% to 1.9% a day for 300 days.
Ranks Senexa Affiliate
In Senexa’s compensation plan, there are ten ranks for affiliates.

Here are their names and the qualifications they need to meet:

A1: Sign up to be a Senexa partner.
A2: Invest at least $100 and find three affiliates, one of whom has also invested at least $100.
A3: Invest at least $500, keep three affiliates you recruited yourself, and build a downline of at least ten affiliates who have all invested at least $5000.
B4: Invest $3000 or more, recruit ten affiliates, and create a downline of at least 30 affiliates who have all invested at least $30,000. B5: Invest $5000 or more, recruit twenty affiliates, and create a downline of at least 50 affiliates who have all invested at least $50,000.
C6: Invest $8,000 or more, recruit 30 affiliates, and create a downline of at least 80 affiliates who have all invested at least $70,000. C7: Invest $10,000 or more, recruit 50 affiliates, and create a downline of at least 120 affiliates who have all invested at least $120,000. C8: Invest $12,000 or more, recruit 70 affiliates, and create a downline of at least 188 affiliates who have all invested at least $180,000.
Commissions for referrals
Senexa pays referral commissions via a unilevel compensation structure.

With a unilevel compensation structure, an affiliate is at the top of a unilevel team, and every other affiliate they personally recruit is right under them (level 1):

If an affiliate on level 1 brings in new affiliates, those new affiliates join the original affiliate’s unilevel team on level 2.

If any level 2 affiliates bring in new affiliates, they move to level 3, and so on until there are no more levels to go down.

Senexa caps payable unilevel team levels at ten.

Based on rank, referral commissions are paid as a percentage of the money invested across these ten levels:

Affiliates with the A1 rank earn 6% on level 1 (affiliates they personally recruited), 4% on level 2, and 3% on level 3.
Affiliates with the A2 ranking make 6% on level 1, 4% on level 2, 3% on level 3, and 2% on level 4.
Affiliates with the A3 rank earn 6% on level 1, 4% on level 2, 3% on level 3, 2% on level 4, and 1% on level 5.
Affiliates with a B4 rank earn 7% on level 1, 5% on level 2, 4% on level 3, 3% on level 4, 2% on level 5, and 1% on level 6.
Affiliates with a B5 rank earn 7% on level 1, 5% on level 2, 4% on level 3, 3% on level 4, 2% on level 5, and 1% on levels 6 and 7.
C6 affiliates earn 7% on level 1, 5% on level 2, 4% on level 3, 3% on levels 4 and 5, 2% on level 6, and 1% on level 7.
Affiliates who are ranked C7 earn 7% on level 1, 5% on level 2, 4% on level 3, 3% on levels 4 and 5, 2% on level 6, and 1% on level 7.
Affiliates who are ranked C8 earn 7% on level 1, 5% on level 2, 4% on level 3, 3% on levels 4 and 5, 2% on level 6, and 1% on levels 7 and 8.
Affiliates with the S9 ranking earn 7% on level 1, 5% on level 2, 4% on level 3, 3% on levels 4 and 5, 2% on levels 6 and 7, and 1% on levels 8 and 9.
Affiliates with the S10 rank earn 7% on level 1, 5% on level 2, 4% on level 3, 3% on levels 4 and 5, 2% on levels 6 and 7, and 1% on levels 8 through 10.
Rank Achievement Bonus
Senexa gives the following Rank Achievement Bonuses to affiliates who rank A3 and above:

qualify at A3 to get $100, qualify at B4 to get $300, qualify at B5 to get $500, qualify at C6 to get $600, qualify at C7 to get $1000, qualify at C8 to get $1500, qualify at S9 to get $5000, and qualify at S10 to get $10,000.
Getting in Senexa
It’s free to become a Senexa affiliate.

To fully take part in the attached income opportunity, you must invest at least $50.

Senexa Bottom Line
Senexa represents it generates external revenue via loan commissions.

The company makes money from the commissions that lending companies pay us when they finance loans through SENEXA.

On the SENEXA platform, loans are offered by more than 17,000 lending organizations from all over the world.

This trick fails the Ponzi test of logic. What does Senexa need your money for if they already have a loan business set up?

Senexa doesn’t show any proof of the loans business it says it runs.

The company is also not registered to sell securities anywhere, even though it is clearly advertising a way to invest without much work.

At the moment, new investments are the only thing that can be proven to bring money into Senexa.

Senexa is a Ponzi scheme because they use new money to pay affiliates a daily return.

As with all MLM Ponzi schemes, new money will stop coming in once affiliate recruitment stops.

This will stop Senexa from getting money from ROI, which will eventually cause it to fail.

The math behind Ponzi schemes makes it clear that most people will lose money when they fail.

After AntUSDT, it looks like Boris CEO is the second Russian/Chinese Ponzi scheme that we know about.

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