Is Phoenix Power Rising a scam? Yes, absolutely, and when you watch these reviews you will see why especially when you see the 2nd and 3rd reviews…
Product Name: Phoenix Power Rising
Owner: Terri Petty
So, this guy says it’s easy to earn $180 to $7500 over and over again. But this just looks like a pyramid scheme to me. It’s all about getting people to sign up underneath you so that you can earn a percentage of what they pay. Each person joins for free, and when other people sign up they automatically get put under you as if you had referred them. You earn money from these people under you, and once you have earned $120 that $120 gets deducted from your balance.
But you can upgrade to Level 2 which costs $500 but enables you to earn a lot more money. Then there’s level 3 which costs $2,000 to join but can earn thousands of dollars from your referrals. But where does the money actually come from if nobody is paying anything up front? Lynne talks about this in her video below.
Of course, he’s positive about this and thinks you should sign up because he will get money for anyone who signs up under him. And one thing I noticed in his video is when he showed his account balance. He’s only earned $60 so far at the time he made that video. So he’s not earned $7,500. He hasn’t even earned $180 yet. So this whole thing about being able to earn lots of money through this is just what he hopes to achieve, not what he has already achieved.
What does Lynne Huysamen think?
I often like to see what Lynne says about these types of money making schemes. She’s always brutally honest and never falls for stupid scams. Anyway, here’s her video. WARNING: contains swearing. Although I have to say, if you don’t like swearing or are too young for it, what are you doing on the internet unsupervised anyway?
As she says, when you sign up to Phoenix Power rising, there don’t seem to be any products within the member’s area. Also, as Lynne points out, nobody needs to pay anything to sign up, so where does the money come from that you end up earning from the people under you? It doesn’t really add up, does it? Where does the money come from? It just doesn’t seem to make sense.
Also, if there is no actual product, and Phoenix Power Rising exists just so that people can earn money from people who sign up under them, this is a pyramid scheme. These are illegal and for good reason. Only the people who join early will make any decent money, whereas the people who join towards the end will get screwed.
Then there is the issue of the owner of Phoenix Power Rising, Terri Petty, who is known for having previously scammed people. So, would you sign up for a scheme which is owned by someone who has already scammed people?
Lynne’s second video
About a month after that first video, Lynne posted an update:
Well, according to Lynne, the free membership quickly came to an end and they started charging all new members $120 to join level 1. So it seems that they only had the free memberships at the beginning to get the first load of people who would then try to get other people to sign up.
But there was a problem with people cashing out their money. People were not allowed to withdraw their money, and apparently, this was because members had incorrect email addresses in their accounts. But then after that, lots of members had some money go missing from their Phoenix Power Rising accounts, and apparently, this was because the accounts had been hacked. I’m not sure I believe that. Do you?
But Lynne thinks that what’s happened is the money probably doesn’t exist because not enough people have paid the $120 to join level 1. So it seems like the whole thing has collapsed. And when you think about it, there’s no way it could ever really work anyway.
And, according to one of the comment’s on Lynne’s video, the way these kinds of websites work is this:
- They get loads of people to sign up for free on the false hope of earning lots of money.
- People end up not being able to withdraw money from their accounts.
- Meanwhile, lots of people are visiting the website to check their accounts, etc., and the owner of the website earns a lot of money in advertising revenue from all the visits to the site.
Is Phoenix Power Rising a scam?
Yes, almost certainly. It is a scam for two reasons:
- There is no product, and it has a pyramid membership structure, so it is a pyramid scheme. Pyramid schemes are illegal, and for good reason, because they always end up collapsing under their own weight.
- People have been unable to withdraw their “earnings”. It’s one thing to base a money making scheme on a flawed system (a pyramid scheme), but it takes it to a whole other level of scam if nobody can ever actually get the money they were promised.
It makes me wonder, what kind of person would so blatantly rip people off like this? Surely only a psychopath with no sense of fairness towards others would behave in such a way. I have read that there are often psychopathic tendencies in extremely successful business people. It’s the ability to do whatever it takes to achieve success for themselves no matter what damage it does to others.
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I hope you found these Phoenix Power Rising review helpful. If you have any comments or questions, feel free to post them in the comments section below. I will reply as soon as I can.
All the best,