On its website, Pegasus says nothing about who owns or runs the company. The website domain for Pegasus (“pegasus.cx”) was registered privately on August 31, 2021.

The official social media accounts for Pegasus were set up in February 2022, which suggests that this is when the company began.

“Peter Nab” is the only person who is in charge of the official Pegasus Facebook group. This is a brand-new account that was created around the time that Pegasus came out.

Pegasus shows that the company is based in Dubai. This can’t be proven to be true or false. No matter what, any MLM company that says it is based in Dubai is automatically a red flag.

Pegasus uses ePayCore, a Russian company that helps people with their money.

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 Pegasus:

Pegasus has no goods or services that can be sold. Affiliates can only promote becoming a Pegasus affiliate.

Pegasus’ Compensation Plan:

Pegasus affiliates invest in cryptocurrency with the promise of a 1.5 percent daily ROI up to a maximum of 300 percent. Both investments and withdrawals are charged a fee of 5%.

There are ways to invest, but Pegasus says that withdrawal requests can only be paid in bitcoin. The MLM part of Pegasus gives referral commissions based on the amount of cryptocurrency invested.

Starting in May 2022, affiliates of Pegasus will need to have an active investment in order to earn commissions from referrals.

Pegasus pays referral commissions via a unilevel compensation structure. With a unilevel compensation structure, an affiliate is at the top of a unilevel team, and every other affiliate they personally recruit is right under them (level 1).

If an affiliate on level 1 brings in new affiliates, those new affiliates join the original affiliate’s unilevel team on level 2. If any level 2 affiliates bring in new affiliates, they move to level 3, and so on, down a theoretically infinite number of levels.

There are two levels of referral commission in Pegasus:

Basic and team leader. Simple Referral Payouts At the first, second, and third levels of recruitment, Pegasus pays basic referral commissions on cryptocurrency investments: 

Level 1 (personally recruited affiliates). Team Leader Referral Commissions: 8% at level 2, and 4% at level 3. % level 3 – 2% For a Pegasus affiliate to be able to lead a team, they must:  put in at least $500 yourself and get others to put in at least $25,000 (personal recruits only). 

Team Leader: Qualified Pegasus affiliates get a commission for recruiting people down to nine levels.  Level 1–9% level 2–5% level 3–3 percent level 4–1 percent level 5–0.6% level 6–0.5% level 7–0.4% level 8–0.3% level 9–0.2%.

Bonuses for Team Leaders: 

Affiliates of Pegasus who have reached the level of Team Leader are also eligible for the following one-time bonuses: I qualify  as a team leader, and you’ll get $500 plus $250 to invest.

I can persuade people to invest $50,000 and get $1000 plus a $500 investment position in return.

I can persuade other people to invest $100,000 and get $2,000 plus a $1,000 investment position in return.

I can persuade people to invest $250,000 and get $5,000 plus a $2,500 investment position in return.

I can persuade other people to invest $500,000 and get $10,000 and a $5,000 investment position in return.

I can persuade other people to invest $1,000,000 and get $20,000 and a $10,000 investment position in return. 

As with becoming a team leader, only affiliates you personally recruited count toward the required downline investment. Signing up to be a Pegasus affiliate is free. To fully take part in the attached income opportunity, you must invest at least $50.

Through ePayCore, Pegasus asks for USD investments. There are also a lot of different cryptocurrencies that can be used. Pegasus Conclusion Pegasus says that your money is managed by a team of professional traders who are ready to make you a profit every day.   

We can say with certainty that a return of 1.5% per day is possible. Not only that, but we can make much more than 1.5 percent in just a few minutes.  

This doesn’t pass the Ponzi test. Why do they need your money if Pegasus can already consistently make “much more than 1.5 percent in a few minutes”? The answer is that Pegasus is running a Ponzi scheme because it hasn’t registered with the government and hasn’t turned in audited financial reports.

As with all MLM Ponzi schemes, new money will stop coming in once affiliate recruitment stops. This will stop Pegasus from getting money from ROI, which will eventually cause it to fail.

Because Ponzi schemes are based on math, when they fail, most people who took part will lose money.

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