Artistic Universal Review- Scam

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Artistic Universal provides no information on their website about who owns or operates the company. Artistic Universal’s website domain (“artisticuniversal.com”), was privately registered on October 3rd, 2021. Artistic Universal states it’s a “New Zealand based advanced program”.

We’re not sure what a “advanced program” is, but there’s no evidence to corroborate Artistic Universal’s claimed ties to New Zealand. As always, if an MLM firm is not openly forthright about who is operating or owns it, consider long and hard about joining and/or turning over any money. Artistic Universal’s Products Artistic Universal has no retailable items or services. Affiliates are only able to advertise Artistic Universal affiliate membership itself.

Artistic Universal’s Compensation Plan\sArtistic Universal affiliates invest tether (USDT), on the promise of a 500 percent ROI (Pool Bonus below).

Dreamer – $20\sIron – $50\sBronze – $120\sSilver – $240\sGold – $460\sDiamond – $1100\sPlatinum – $2500 Challanger (sic) – $4800\sMaster – $7500\sGrand Master – $10,000 Returns are paid in Artistic Coin (ARTC), a BEP-20 token developed by Artistic Universal.

The MLM aspect of Artistic Universal pays on recruitment of affiliate investors. Although not specifically mentioned, I believe all Artistic Universal commissions and bonuses are paid in ARTC. Referral Commissions A unilevel compensation system positions an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every individually recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1): If any level 1 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.

If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 3 and so on and so forth down a theoretical unlimited number of levels. Artistic Universal caps payable unilevel team levels at 10. Referral commissions are provided as a percentage of tether spent over these ten levels as follows: level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 15 percent \slevel 2 – 7 percent \slevel 3 – 5 percent \slevels 4 and 5 – 4 percent \slevels 6 to 10 – 3 percent Pool Bonus\sArtistic Universal takes 50 percent of USDT invested and utilizes it to compute a Pool Bonus.

The Pool Bonus is an a 500 percent ROI passive investing plan. invest at the $20 Dreamer tier and receive $100\sinvest at the $50 Iron tier and receive $250\sinvest at the $120 Bronze tier and receive $600\sinvest at the $240 Silver tier and receive $1200\sinvest at the $460 Gold tier and receive $2300\sinvest at the $1100 Diamond tier and receive $5500\sinvest at the $2500 Platinum tier and receive $12,500\sinvest at the $4800 Challanger (sic) tier and receive $24,000\sinvest at the $7500 Master tier and receive $37,500\sinvest at the $10,000 Grand Master tier and receive $50,000\sUniversal Privilege\sArtistic Universal withholds an undisclosed amount from the Pool Bonus.

This sum is dispersed to Platinum, Challanger (sic), Master and Grand Master investment tier affiliates by “artificial intelligence”. From the diagram above, this looks to be through an equal share in four 25 percent smaller pools. Staking\sStaking appears to be an additional passive investment opportunity within Artistic Universal. invest $100 to $500 and receive 5 percent after 12 months\sinvest $600 to $2000 and receive 7 percent after 12 months invest $2500 to $7000 and receive 9 percent after 12 months\sinvest $9000 or more and receive 11 percent after 12 months Note that despite the sums above are listed in USD, Artistic Universal don’t mention what currency investment and returns are paid in.

If I had to guess it’d be tether in and ARTC out. Joining Artistic Universal\sArtistic Universal affiliate membership is tied to a $20 to $10,000 investment in tether (USDT) (USDT). Upon attaining a 500 percent passive return, reinvestment is required to continue earning.

Artistic Universal Conclusion As far as I can tell Artistic Universal is an ARTC bagholder dump scheme. ARTC launched on or around September 2021. ARTISTIC COIN LISTED ON MANY CRYPTO EXCHANGES LIKE PANCAKESWAP, POOCOIN, COINMARKETCAP, WAZIRX, VINDAX, ETC. ARTISTIC COIN WORKS WITH BINANCE BLOCKCHAIN IN BEP20 TOKEN. I presume whoever’s operating Artistic Universal bought substantially into the shitcoin, which to far hasn’t gone anywhere (it’s a pointless shitcoin).

Cue the introduction of Artistic Universal, via which the admin plans to unload their ARTC bags onto eager investors. Said investors are attracted into Artistic Universal on the promise of a 500 percent ROI, paid in worthless ARTC. Meanwhile Artistic Universal’s admin collects money, which they go and pay out. Based on Artistic Universal’s terrible spelling and punctuation, whomever is running it presumably from a non-English speaking country.

India is a strong possibility, given a lot of the company’s marketing is geared at a Hindi-speaking population. In any event, between the ARTC investment program and pyramid recruitment, the only source of revenue entering Artistic Universal is new investment. This is connected to affiliate recruitment. When it inevitably dries out, Artistic Universal will collapse. The arithmetic of MLM Ponzi schemes guarantees that when they collapse, the majority of participants lose money.

Artistic Universal provides no information on their website about who owns or operates the company. Artistic Universal’s website domain (“artisticuniversal.com”), was privately registered on October 3rd, 2021. Artistic Universal states it’s a “New Zealand based advanced program”. We’re not sure what a “advanced program” is, but there’s no evidence to corroborate Artistic Universal’s claimed ties…

Artistic Universal provides no information on their website about who owns or operates the company. Artistic Universal’s website domain (“artisticuniversal.com”), was privately registered on October 3rd, 2021. Artistic Universal states it’s a “New Zealand based advanced program”. We’re not sure what a “advanced program” is, but there’s no evidence to corroborate Artistic Universal’s claimed ties…

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