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The full name of Royal Q is “Royal Quantify Investment Management Co.”

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

The domain name for Royal Q’s website, “royalqs.com,” was registered privately on February 22, 2021.

The main purpose of Royal Q’s website is to point people to its app.

Even though Royal Q’s business seems sketchy, its app is available in both the Google Play and Apple App stores.

This is not a sign that something is true. That boils down to a look at how Royal Q makes money.

When you look at the source code for Royal Q’s website, you can see parts that are written in Chinese:

The posts that Royal Q makes on social media are also written in Chinese.

This means that whoever is in charge of Royal Q at least knows how to speak Chinese. They probably live in China or other parts of south-east Asia.

Alexa says that India (15%), Nigeria (12%), and Mexico (9%) are the top three places where people visit Royal Q’s website.

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.

Products made by Royal Q
Royal Q has no products or services that can be sold.

Affiliates can only sell membership in the Royal Q affiliate program.

The pay plan for Royal Q
The compensation plan for Royal Q gives money to affiliate investors who bring in new investors.

The Ranks of Royal Q Affiliate
There are six levels of affiliates in Royal Q’s pay plan.

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

VIP1: Become a partner and put money into Royal Q.
VIP2: Get three affiliates and get a total of 20 affiliates in your downline.
VIP3: Get 5 affiliates (three of whom must be VIP2 or higher) and 100 affiliates in your downline.
VIP4: Recruit 8 affiliates (three of whom must be VIP3 or higher) and get a total of 300 affiliates in your downline.
VIP5: Sign up 12 affiliates (three of whom must be VIP4 or higher) and get a total of 800 affiliates in your downline.
VIP6: Get 20 affiliates (at least three of whom must be VIP5 or higher) and get a total of 1,500 affiliates in your downline.
Affiliates you recruited directly or indirectly must be paid up for them to count toward your rank.

Recruitment Commissions
Affiliates of Royal Q get paid a commission for each new affiliate they bring on board.

Affiliates of VIP1 get paid $30 for bringing in new members.
Affiliates of VIP2 get $40 for each new member they bring in.
Affiliates of VIP3 get paid $50 for bringing in new members.
Affiliates of VIP4 get paid $60 for bringing in new members.
Affiliates of VIP5 get paid $65 for bringing in new members.
Affiliates of VIP6 get paid $70 for bringing in new members.
Recruitment Bonus
A unilevel compensation structure is used to pay out the recruitment bonus at Royal Q.

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.

At the VIP2 level and above, Royal Q affiliates get a bonus for each new affiliate they bring into their downline.

VIP2 affiliates get $10 for each new member they bring into their Unilevel team.
VIP3 affiliates get $20 for each new member they bring into their Unilevel team.
VIP4 affiliates get $30 for each new member they bring into their Unilevel team.
VIP5 affiliates get $40 for each new member they bring into their Unilevel team.
VIP6 affiliates get $50 for each new member they bring into their Unilevel team.
Note that the Recruitment Bonus ends when an affiliate in the same unilevel leg as the qualifying affiliate has the same rank.

E.g. You are VIP, and someone on one of your team legs is VIP2.

Now, you won’t get the recruitment bonus for recruiting in that leg of the unilevel team.

Dividend Bonus
Affiliates pay Royal Q a “performance fee” of 20% on trades that turn out well.

The Dividend Bonus is paid with this fee.

Affiliates of VIP2 get 30% of the performance fees paid by their downline.
Affiliates of VIP3 get 40% of the performance fees paid by their downline.
VIP4 affiliates get 50% of the performance fees their downline earns.
VIP5 affiliates get 55% of what their downline makes in performance fees.
Affiliates of VIP6 get 60% of the performance fees paid by their downline.
Joining Royal Q
It costs $120 a year to become a Royal Q affiliate.

Note that all Royal Q payments are made in tether.

The End of Royal Q
Royal Q is just another trading bot Ponzi scheme like many others.

Royal Q says that it makes money through a “intelligence algorithm.”

Artificial intelligence algorithm provides intelligent tracking 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with powerful data analysis and processing tools and the ability to carry out the right operation strategies.

There is no proof of the algorithm or trading activity. There is also no proof that Royal Q uses any outside money to pay affiliate withdrawals.

Royal Q is a passive investment opportunity, as they say themselves.

The Royal Q quantification system uses an intelligent fusion of several different strategies and technologies.

Users only have to choose the type of investment they want to make and click a key to get started. This is smart fool-style money management.

When MLM companies offer a way to invest without doing anything, they are making a securities offering.

Royal Q doesn’t show any proof that it has registered with financial regulators in any country where it looks for investors.

So, at the very least, Royal Q is cheating investors and breaking the law.

Only new investments can be proven to bring money into Royal Q.

Royal Q is a Ponzi scheme because it uses new money to pay back old money.

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

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

“They can’t touch our money, though!”

“Ponzi schemes end in one of two ways: an exit scam based on rigged trades or a meltdown of bot trading.

No matter how Royal Q falls apart, math says that most people will lose money.

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