Polnur’s website contains no information about who owns or runs the company. On April 24th, 2022, Polinur’s website domain (“polinur.me”) was privately registered.
However, the company was only founded in June. In an attempt to appear legitimate, Polinur provides incorporation information for “Polinur Me Limited” in Hong Kong.
Basic incorporation anywhere is meaningless for MLM due diligence. This is because scammers can easily incorporate shell companies with false information.
If we look at the source code of Polinur’s website, we can see that the company is using Jivo’s support platform:
Jivo is a Russian firm. GrenMiner is a deceptive Ponzi scheme. Jivo was recently mentioned by us.
GrenMiner’s website, which was launched only a few months ago, is currently inactive at the time of publication.
According to additional research, the Ponzi scheme collapsed just a few days ago.
A fraud warning issued by the Central Bank of Russia on July 6th adds to Polinur’s ties to Russia.
This strongly suggests that Polinur is most likely run by Russians. Polinur is most likely the work of the same scammers who created GrenMiner.
As always, if an MLM company is not open about who runs or owns it, think twice before joining and/or handing over any money.
Polinur offers no retailable goods or services. Affiliates can only promote Polinur affiliate membership.
Polnur’s Compensation Plan:
Affiliates invest funds with the expectation of earning the advertised returns.
Hermes—invest $20 to $49,999 to earn 1.4 percent per day.
Dionis—invest $5000 to $19,999.99 and earn 0.8% every 12 hours.
GEFIT-Invest $20,000 to $4,999.99 and receive 0.45% back every 6 hours.
Invest $50,000 to $99,999.99 in Promethei and earn 0.26 percent every three hours. If you invest $100,000 to $1,000,000, you can earn 0.1 percent per hour.
Polinur’s MLM division pays for the recruitment of affiliate investors.
Affiliate Positions at Polinor:
Polinur’s compensation plan includes five affiliate ranks. They are as follows, along with their respective qualification criteria:
Become a Polinur affiliateInvestor: personally recruit affiliates with a total investment of $20,000 Partner—personally recruit affiliates who have invested a total of $20,000.
Leader—personally recruit affiliates with a total investment of $60,000.
Best Leader-personally recruit affiliates with a total investment of $120,000
Meta’s star: personally recruit affiliates with a total investment of $250,000.
Commissions for Recommendations:
Polinur uses a unilevel compensation structure to pay referral commissions on invested funds.
In a unilevel compensation structure, an affiliate is placed at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly beneath them (level 1):
If any level 1 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are assigned to the original affiliate’s unilevel team at level 2.
If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are promoted to level 3, and so on, down an infinite number of levels.
Polinur limits referral commissions to ten unilevel team levels.
Referral commissions are paid as a percentage of funds invested at each of the ten levels, according to rank:
Investors earn 8% on level 1 (personally recruited affiliates), 1% on level 2, 0.7% on level 3, 0.7% on level 4, 0.5% on level 5, 0.4% on level 6, 0.4% on level 7, 0.4% on level 8, and 0.14% on levels 9 and 10.
Leaders make 14% on level one, 3% on level two, 2% on level three, 1% on level four, 0.8 on level five, 0.6 on level six, 0.5 on level seven, 0.4 on level eight, 0.3 on level nine, and 0.2 on level ten.
Best Leaders receive 16% on level 1, 4% on level 2, 3% on level 3, 2% on level 4, and 1% on level 5, 0.8 percent on level 6, 0.7 percent on level 7, 0.6 percent on level 8, 0.5 percent on level 9, and 0.4 percent on level 10.
Star of Metas earns 18% on level one, 5% on level two, 4% on level three, 3% on level four, 2% on level five, 1% on level six, 0.9% on level seven, 0.8% on level eight, 0.7% on level nine, and 0.6 percent on level ten.
Bonus for Rank Achievement Polinur offers the following one-time rank achievement bonuses to affiliates who qualify as Partner or higher:
Qualifying at Partner earns you $250, a $500 investment bonus, and fifteen 6% vouchers.
If you are selected as a leader, you will receive $500, a $1000 investment bonus, and twenty-eight 8% vouchers.
The best leader will receive $1,000, a $2000 investment bonus, and thirty 12% vouchers.
If you qualify at Star of Meta, you will receive $2000, a $4000 investment bonus, and 45 percent vouchers.
Vouchers are used to make new investments, and the bonus amount is added to the amount invested. If you invest $100 and receive a 15% voucher, your investment is increased to $115.
Polinur vouchers can be used by an affiliate or given away as a marketing incentive to recruits.
Bonus for Partner of the Week:
Each week, Polinur rewards the company’s top recruiters based on investment volume.
The first prize is $500, the second is $300, and the third is $200.
The winner receives $200.
Participating in Polinur:
Polinur affiliate membership is completely free.
A minimum investment of $20 is required to fully participate in the attached income opportunity.
Polinur accepts cryptocurrency and USD investments via PerfectMoney.
“Metaverses” is Polinur’s marketing ploy.
Our company is built around a team of developers who specialize in creating software for metaverses.
“We specialize in metaverse software development. Effective solutions from an experienced team will allow you to create full, open worlds with many functions and features in the future.”
What does this have to do with an opportunity for passive investment? Nothing. It’s just marketing speak for a Ponzi scheme.
Polinur affiliates sign up, invest, and then steal the funds when they withdraw. The MLM business model is a pyramid scheme.
As with all MLM Ponzi schemes, once affiliate recruitment is exhausted, new investment will dry up.
This will deprive Polinur of ROI revenue, causing the company to fail. At the time of publication, Manny Delgado was the weekly leader of Polinur’s Partner of the Week Bonus.
Delgado allegedly recruited 87 investors in Polinur, who have collectively invested $33,113.
On YouTube, Facebook, and Telegram, Delgado promotes Ponzi schemes:
According to his Facebook profile, Delgado is based in Florida. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulates securities in the United States.
Polnur and Delgado are not registered with the SEC.
The Securities and Exchange Act makes it illegal to promote unregistered securities.
The math behind Ponzi schemes ensures that when they fail, the vast majority of participants lose money.
Funds are lost to Ponzi scheme scammers as well as early promoters like Manny Delgado.