Find Out What Is GoFounders.Net – The GoFounders.Net Review. Also, What Is OnPassive.com about?
You are very welcome in this Review on What Is GoFounders.Net at www.gofounders.net. Is GoFounders Net a scam, fraudulent, deceptive, crooked or is Go Founders Net legit, safe, genuine, real and a great way to earn online? In this GoFounders Review we are simply aiming to determine their legitimacy or lack thereof. We are not getting into anything else except to take a look at What Is OnPassive.com aswell. All are welcome to leave their own reviews, complaints etc, below this article. And yes, success stories are very much needed as well.
After the briefest research, I have seen the terms like ‘MLM‘, ‘Pyramid Scheme,’ in connection to the name ‘GoFounders’. MLM’s are legal, but with the unfortunate side effect in most cases, that most members won’t earn much or anything. Comes with the benefit of mostly getting products at a great discount. Pyramid Schemes on the other hand are completely illegal and need to be avoided. Now you see, this is why I am asking ‘YOU’ for your own reports. Let us now get on with this ‘GoFounders’ Review.
GoFounders.Net Review – What Is ‘GoFounders’ and also What Is OnPassive.com – A Legal Business Model?
We will cite sources in this article to save you time researching online. As stated, we will try to answer What Is GoFounders.Net, but in our research, we will also be answering What Is OnPassive.com. We begin our own research on the registration date of their site, founder name, real world location of their business operations and contact data. This is crucial and where we find this kind of data suppressed, then we have to ask why. Legit opportunities are very open on this issue. OnPassive Compensation Plan will also be explained.
Registration began for ‘GoFounders’ in 2018/08/31 until same time in 2019. So 1 year? That is not long at all and that is only the start of any online venture. This is a little odd because, businesses that want long term earning prospects, tend to register for longer.
14455 N. Hayden Road, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85260, US not their address. That address in use by tons of other sites. This is given to sites as a proxy i.e. in this case, to represent their address while it not being their actual location. This info is sourced from WHOIS.
Founder name is absent at registration however, we found out that the founder appears to be Ash Mufareh. Yet when we go to www.gofounders.net we do not see that name. We do not see any name. Moreover, we see nothing regarding what they are about, phone number and only an email address of email@example.com. Why are they so closed off? Why are they not informing their visitors what they are about? How am I supposed to sign up to something that I have not been informed on?
Not a good sign at all.
They have intentionally made themselves ‘mysterious’, by doing this they will peak peoples interest, and so many may just sign up to see what they are about. That is intentional as we are by nature curious enough about ‘mysteries’. That is a marketing trick that you should watch out for and is something that does put me on guard.
Signing up to their site I see they want my full name, email address and phone number. Well, that is a bit much. Never give out your personal email, full name, phone number to any site online that you do not know. They are being invasive and actually, since they are asking for so much without even giving us any info about them, they are completely put me off signing up to them.
Further researching on their company, I see that there is a Gofounders.com as well. When I go to that site, it is now re-directing to NameAlpha.com. Another worrying sign.
OnPassive.com was registered in 2018/06/27 and registered up until same time in 2028. It is still in Pre-Launch stage, where it seems, they may indeed be extending their deal of $97 to fill all tier positions. These are called ‘Founder Positions’ and the prices will be different for those that join after this stage is over, per reports online.
Ash Mufareh And The OnPassive.com, GI Fusion, AshMax, Global Domains International, TelexFree And PayDiamond Connections.
Per website behindmlm.com, and also, onlinewealthchronicles.com, these are the connections to Ash Mufareh. We will be leaving the links to those reviews bottom of this article for those interested. The founders of these website’s says PayDiamond and TelexFree are Ponzi Schemes from the past. Ponzi Schemes are illegal and very destructive things to get into.
While you may make a reasonable, or huge, investment for insane returns, there is no defined product, and is wholly dependent on similar investments by others. Where others invest then you get an ROI that is very high indeed. Typically, the founders of such schemes get the lions share of the overall investments. Where investors run out then most participants will lose their money.
- PayDiamond ceased in mid 2018 at that time he began work to create OnPassive.
- In 2014 TelexFree was closed down by SEC (Securities And Exchange Commission) for fraud on charges of being a Pyramid Scheme. Allegedly this Pyramid Scheme gave only 1.3 million dollars revenue shared to its members of TelexFree while the umbrella company kept $1.1 billion dollars to themselves. You may read more on that from forbes.com here.
So, I looked into OnPassive on Facebook, and it seems there is an Anotonia Fradique is part of the team running that page. AntoniaFradique.Live is a site that has information on how to earn online.
That site says:-
“For The First Time In The History you can get an automated business — TOTALLY HANDS FREE!! With automated and unlimited stream of income on autopilot.”
The language of that pitch is disturbing to me. ‘Automated’, ‘unlimited stream of income’, ‘autopilot’, ‘automated business’. These are typical and very well known scammer buzzwords. I am not saying that site is fake but the choice of words is interesting and actually puts me on guard, once again.
OnPassive has been stated online as having no products and seems to run on membership fee’s. Thank you to behindmlm for that illuminating article.
‘GoFounder’ and ‘OnPassive’ Compensation Plan.
After some rummaging around online, we did find Antonio Fradique’s Video on OnPassive, and since ‘GoFounders’ and ‘OnPassive’ seem to be connected per at least 1 other site online, then here is more information on them both:-
That video is 8:55’s long. We did also find an AnotonioFradique.com website that seems to give out more information on the products. They appear to be free to get set up and no monthly recurring fee’s.
One thing is bothering, if Ash Mufareh is the founder, why are we running into Anotonio Fradique so much? Perhaps his one very successful affiliate of this program?
Founder name not declared on their websites is something that I actually find strange as well.
Anyways, here is one report that states the founders have attracted 11500 founders for the price of $95 (others say $97) sign up. That is only 1% of the original price. So it clearly is not all free. With that payment fee, the following is the matrix of how the money earnings run.
$95/$97 gets you qualified for all four tiers in their matrix scheme (presumably) and lasts while Founder Positions are available.
Once all Founder Positions are Filled, here are the Fee’s and ‘OnPassive’ Compensation Plan:-
Since ‘OnPassive’ and ‘GoFounders’ are inextricably linked, and we could not source the compensation for the later site, then here is OnPassive.com’s plan.
Matrix Tier 1 – fee of $25 to take part:-
- 1st level:- $2 earned when one of your referrals takes up one of these positions.
- 2nd level:- $3 earned when one of your referrals accepts one of these positions.
- 3rd level:- $2 earned at this level of enrollment for each of your sign ups.
- 1st – 8th levels:- $1 is earned from level 1 up to level 9 for all referrals you make on these levels.
- 9th level:- $2 for all sign ups to this level via you.
- 10th level:- $1 for all that sign up on this level through you.
Matrix Tier 2 – fee of $125 to participate:-
- 1st level:- You earn $10 per person that signs up on this level.
- 2nd level:- $15 is earned per sign up on this level.
- 3rd level:- $7 is your earning per sign up on this level.
- 4th level:- $5 for all that sign up on this level.
- 5th level:- Same as the 4th level for compensation per successful sign up that participates.
- 6th level:- $3 for all affiliates on this level.
- 7th level:- $2 is earned for all on this level who sign up via you.
- 8th level:- $3 is your earning on this level per everyone that signs up through.
- 9th level:- Same as 8th level for compensation.
- 10 level:- $2 for all that come in on this level.
Matrix Tier 3 – $250 to participate:-
- 1st level:- $10 is earned for all that are actively sign up through you.
- 2nd level:- $25 for all that participate in this level, that is your compensation.
- 3rd level:- $10 for all new affiliates.
- 4th level:- $8 for all that sign up onto this level via you.
- 5th level:- Same as 4th level.
- 6th level:- Identical earning to 4th level.
- 7th level:- $7 on this level for all that register to participate on this level.
- 8th level:- Same as 7th level.
- 9th level:- $8 for all new member signs ups on this level.
- 10th level:- Same as 9th level.
Matrix Tier 4 – $500 fee to participate.
- 1st level:- $20 per new active sign up.
- 2nd level:- $30 for every new active member.
- 3rd level:- $15 for all members on this level.
- 4th level:- See 3rd level.
- 5th level:- Same as 3rd level.
- 6th level:- $10 per sign up on this level.
- 7th level:- See 6th level.
- 8th level:- $15 per new member that signs up through you to participate at his level.
- 9th level:- Same as 8th level.
- 10th level:- Lastly, for all new active affiliate members via you then you receive $10.
Points Of Concern – What Are They Selling Us?
Per the compensation plan there appears to be a lot of money to make. They also appear to have their own internal ads going on for their own internal traffic. However, what is the product?!
Where we see a business model that appears to depend on making sign ups for profit, then that is a very shaky business model indeed. Early on in these projects there will or may be a huge ‘buzz’ surrounding them. Here we may or will see many people signing up.
Why? Because those that get in first have the greatest chances of success! That is always the way with such offers. Since most of the cash floats up to the founders and a maybe a select few, the masses are left out in the cold. Many could lose money with such a business model.
Since the founder was connected to past and destructive activities then its possible we could be looking at another scheme, a scheme that could at any moment in time, collapse without notice.
We see that those that sign up after the founder positions are closed, stand the greatest measure of financial success, while the rest will or may struggle to build out their own network for financial success.
Sooner or later though, the whole system may likely run out of new sign ups, and when that happens, then the fall out could affect negatively a great number of people.
I am assuming, for their members to make good returns per the compensation plan, that those fee’s are recurring? If so, Imagine paying $500 a month and not make that back, if anything? One thing is for sure, that money is gone and in someone else’s pocket…
FTC states excellent guidelines on MLM’s, for which I suspect the aforementioned sites are(at this point) , and you can view FTC Guide Lines Here. Does the aforementioned sites fall into these guidelines?
Well, I still do not know what they are selling! IF they are not selling some kind of physical real world product, or digital services that are not considered worthless, they very well could be in breach of the law.
What are your thoughts on this?
Many are calling them an MLM which they appear to be. Ponzi Scheme is also a term being flung at the aforementioned sites. Product in exchange for monies is not defined. ‘GoFounders’ led me to ‘OnPassive’ that led me to ‘AnotionioFradique.com’ and ‘AndtonioFradique.Liv’e. Those digital products are not asking people for cash. They are saying there is no monthly fee’s. And then we find the compensation plan where fee’s are clear and evident.
They say one thing and I found out another = this smells like a scam to me.
It does not help that the credited founder of ‘OnPassive’ and ‘GoFounders’ past schemes were shut down, by arguably one of the biggest customer protection resources in the world, for being fraudulent. Has he changed now? Well, please define me the product that is being exchanged for up to $500 per month (I believe that fee is not applying to ‘Founder Positions) for the promise of good returns.
Seems that people who sign up, pay their fee for which ever tier they can afford, and so that money is trickled up through the MLM. As a referrer you make a cut, but it may transpire, that the founders and maybe a close knit group of people, will profit the most. That is not an accusation, but only, that is the nature of this kind of business model, if other MLM’s are anything to go by, where well over high 80%/low 90% make nothing.
‘On Passive’ seems to be the main launch pad for ‘Go Founders’ etc and so another term being used against their sites is – SCAM.
So they ‘appear’ to be an MLM, but I was unable to locate any products, then so they maybe a Ponzi Scheme. A Ponzi Scheme is worse, and without an extensive network below you, MLM’s may soak you dry of your finances.
Those that knowingly enter into a Ponzi Scheme that turns out to be very damaging to a local economy, where they are responsible for pulling in many other members (whom as a consequence) suffered financially, then ‘YOU’ could hunted by authorities on serious charges. I stay away from both biz models.
Where sites are clearly scams, I have no problem saying ‘SCAM’. But MLM’s and Ponzi Schemes are murky waters, and so I believe NOT RECOMMENDED is a fair verdict.
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That just about wraps up this article and I learned much from researching What Is GoFounders.Net, but also on OnPassive.com. Strangely enough, I saw another very similar name to one of their sites on Facebook, and so I will be heading there next. Very much looking forward to hearing from you all in the comments and take care until then. For those interested, you may view the other two reviews where some of our information has been sourced just below.
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