From what I was able to ascertain, USI-Tech introduced bitcoin investment in late May.
A PO Box corporate address in Dubai is provided by USI-Tech.
However beyond laundering investor funds, it’s doubtful USI-Tech has any physical operations in Dubai.
The problem with USI-Tech’s original model, at least as far as scamming people goes, is that euro is easily traceable.
This prompted USI-Tech’s anonymous owner(s) to relaunch as a cryptocurrency opportunity.
With its MLM offering clearly a securities offering, that nothing comes up for “USI Tech” or any derivatives in the SEC’s Edgar database should be of concern. With promises of magic 1% daily ROIs, it’s easy to forget that USI-Tech launched less than a year ago.
Two years on average is about the tipping point for online Ponzi schemes, with USI-Tech arriving at this point a lot earlier.
What’s particularly interesting is the claim “USI-TECH NOW IN USA” on the USI-Tech website.
Alexa estimate the US is the top source of traffic to the company’s website, meaning USI-Tech is and always has been “in the USA”.
Commissions are tied to recruitment and fees and/or investment by recruited affiliates as follows: That USI-Tech is a Ponzi scheme is confirmed by affiliate investment remaining the only verifiable source of revenue entering the company.