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Titan Capital Markets’ website doesn’t have information about who owns the company or who runs it.

The website domain for Titan Capital Market, “,” was registered privately on March 31, 2022.

A marketing presentation from Titan Capital Markets says that “Howard Yan” is the CEO.

Yan does not exist outside of the marketing done by Titan Capital Markets. Still, some work has been put into making a fake digital profile.

On June 8, 2022, the domain name “” was signed up.

The website shows a picture of Yan along with a made-up story about his past and forex trading filler fluff.

In a promotional video for Titan Capital Markets, we meet “Klaus Huber.”

Huber is an actor who, in 2016, played a pedophile in a public service announcement for a charity in Malaysia.

A Malaysian marketing company called Naga DDB Tribal put together the campaign.

I want to make it clear that work is work and that I’m not making any assumptions about the actor’s role. The main point is that “Klaus Huber” is not real and is being played by a Malaysian actor.

Howard Yan doesn’t either, but I couldn’t find anything else about him besides the fact that he might be from Taiwan.

Some of the videos from Titan Capital Markets are weird, like this one for Fulham Football Club.

Early videos from Titan Capital Markets show that the company’s first advertising was in south-east Asia. Since then, it seems like recruiting has stopped everywhere except in India.

Today, SimilarWeb tells us that all of the traffic to Titan Capital Markets’ website comes from India.

Titan Capital Markets pretends to be an Australian shell company so that it looks like it is a real business.

Based on our research, we think that whoever is in charge of Titan Capital Markets is probably in south-east Asia.

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 of Titan Capital Markets
Titan Capital Markets has no products or services that can be sold.

Affiliates can only sell membership in the Titan Capital Markets affiliate program.

As a Titan Capital Markets affiliate, you can take “financial courses.”

The pay plan for Titan Capital Markets
Those who work with Titan Capital Markets pay a fee. How much can be invested in Titan Capital Markets’ passive investment opportunity depends on how much is paid in fees:

Basic Level: For a fee of $30, you can invest between $10 and $45
Standard Level: For a fee of $100, you can invest between $10 and $200.
Advanced Level: For a fee of $300, you can invest between $10 and $900 (bonus of 0.15 percent per day).
Pro Level: For a fee of $1,000, you can invest between $10 and $5,000 (bonus of 0.2% per day).
Affiliates at the Standard level and above can invest in a “Wise Wings” plan, which gives them returns.

The Wise Wings Plan gives a return on investment of 7% to 8.8% in 15 days.

Keep in mind that there is a 5% withdrawal fee at Titan Capital Markets.

Titan Capital Markets’ MLM side makes money when affiliate investors are brought in.

The Affiliate Ranks of Titan Capital Markets
The Titan Capital Markets compensation plan has five different ranks for affiliates.

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

Earn $500 as a JNR Partner
SNR Partner: Make $3,000
Earn $10,000 as an Executive Partner
Earn $30,000 as a JNR Executive Partner.
Earn $100,000 as an SNR Executive Partner.
Recruitment Commissions
Affiliates of Titan Capital Markets get paid a commission for each new affiliate they bring in.

The rate of commission on recruitment is based on how much an affiliate spent on membership:

Affiliates in the basic level earn a 10% commission rate for bringing in new customers.
Affiliates at the standard level and above earn a 15% commission rate for bringing in new members.
Commissions that don’t end
A binary compensation structure is how Titan Capital Markets pays out commissions that keep coming in.

A binary compensation structure puts an affiliate at the top of a binary team, which is split into two sides (left and right):

There are two positions on the first level of the binary team. The second level of the binary team is made by splitting the first two positions into two more positions each (4 positions).

The next levels of the binary team are made as needed. Each new level has twice as many positions as the level before it.

Affiliates are hired for positions on the binary team in both direct and indirect ways. Note that a binary team can grow as deep as it wants.

Titan Capital Markets adds up the new fee volume on both sides of the binary team at the end of each day.

Affiliates get paid 12% of the fee volume made on the side of their binary team that isn’t as strong.

Once the payout is made, the fee volume is matched with the stronger binary team side and the transaction is flushed.

Any extra volume on the side of the stronger binary team stays there.

Match Residual Commissions
Titan Capital Markets gives a residual commission match down three levels of recruitment (unilevel):

level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 10% level 2 (must recruit three affiliates to qualify) – 5% level 3 (must recruit five affiliates to qualify) – 5%
Note that the Residual Commissions Match has a daily limit of how much an affiliate has paid in fees.

Titan Partner Rewards
Titan Partner Rewards are a bonus percentage that is added to the fees paid by affiliates that you personally brought in.

Partners in JNR get a 2% bonus.
Partners in SNR get a 4% bonus.
A 6% bonus is given to Executive Partners.
A bonus of 8% is given to JNR Executive Partners.
A 10% bonus goes to SNR Executive Partners.
Match ROI
Titan Capital Markets matches the profits that its downline affiliates make.

The ROI Match is paid with the same unilevel team that pays the Residual Commissions Match (see above), but this time there is a limit of eight levels:

Affiliates on the basic level get a 5% ROI match on levels 1 through 3.
Affiliates on the standard level get a 5% match on levels 1 through 5.
Affiliates at the Advanced and Pro levels get a 5% match on levels 1 through 8.
Results of Super Leadership
Titan Capital Markets matches 20% of all company-wide returns. This match is put into the pools for the Super Leadership Dividend.

Hermes (must have one SNR Executive in your downline) (must have one SNR Executive in your downline) – Join the 5% Super Leadership Dividends Pool
Athena (must have two SNR Executives in your downline) (must have two SNR Executives in your downline) – be eligible for 10% Super Leadership Dividends Pool
Poseidon (must have three SNR Executives in your downline) (must have three SNR Executives in your downline) – be eligible for 15% of the Super Leadership Dividends Pool
Zeus (must have four SNR Executives in your downline) (must have four SNR Executives in your downline) – get the full 20% of the Super Leadership Dividends Pool
Note that SNR Executives who are hired must be in different legs of the same-level team.

Joining Titan Capital Markets
Affiliate membership in Titan Capital Markets costs between $30 and $1000:

Basic Level – $30
Normal Level: $100
$300 for Advanced Level
Pro Level – $1000
The more fees a Titan Capital Markets affiliate pays, the more money they could make.

The End of Titan Capital Markets
Titan Capital Markets says that it makes money from outside ROI through a “3-way arbitrage system.” This is a typical Ponzi scheme involving trading bots.

Titan Capital Markets doesn’t show that it makes money from outside sources, either through a trading bot or some other way.

Titan Capital Markets has to register with financial regulators and give them audited financial reports because it is a passive investment opportunity.

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission is the only financial watchdog that Titan Capital Markets seems to have signed up with (ASIC).

Titan Capital Markets seems to be run from south-east Asia, and all of the traffic to its website comes from India. This makes ASIC registration pointless.

Even though ASIC has a terrible track record when it comes to regulating securities fraud related to MLM.

At the moment, new investments are the only thing that can be proven to bring money into Titan Capital Markets. Titan Capital Markets is a Ponzi scheme because it uses new investments to pay back old ones.

This fits with the fact that Titan Capital Markets hires actors to play executives who don’t exist.

Also, Titan Capital Markets’ MLM opportunity is a pyramid scheme because it doesn’t market or sell anything to retail customers.

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

This will stop Titan Capital Markets from making money from ROI, which will eventually cause the company to fail.

Math shows that most people who take part in Ponzi schemes will lose money.

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